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More On the Disposable Tech Worker

Slayerwulfe Re:one word sums it up (323 comments)

"Dollar" what does that mean ? do U hate what U covet ? we r all a part of it,myself included. what is a good cig to some? cannabis?. copyrighted only prevents U from selling, Ur allowed to duplicate tech 4 personal use, even KFC Grease. if i try to sell i'll have to face some of the most intelligent ppl on this planet. patent attorney, i back off. slayerwulfe

about 5 months ago

More On the Disposable Tech Worker

Slayerwulfe disposable tech worker (323 comments)

we throw things away everyday, why ? a need 4 retraining states that there was a lack of discipline 4 the original training to be effective. retraining does not exist, only trying to create discipline in an undisciplined mind. slayerwulfe cave

about 5 months ago

The Myth of the Science and Engineering Shortage

Slayerwulfe the myth of the science and engineering shortage (392 comments)

to the wealthy investor look to individuals as an investment. a young person selling themselves on an open market is becoming an option, i think investors are familiar with that word. slayerwulfe cave

about 6 months ago

The Myth of the Science and Engineering Shortage

Slayerwulfe Re:Summary misses the interesting points ... (392 comments)

i agree, companies trying to maintain a dominant status require 'elite' laborers. i don't want to work for a company i want to be their competition and they view that as shortage. the article is about exposing how vulnerable the existing structure is. a transition is in progress, investors wanting to be rewarded for my productivity. do they deserve it ? at times yes, are they willing to invest in my education ? then i'm willing to invest in their retirement. your comment is to the point and i hope others recognize it. thank you slayerwulfe cave

about 6 months ago

Mathematician: Is Our Universe a Simulation?

Slayerwulfe Re:An analogous religious paradox. (745 comments)

the text states that god created water first. tell me what water is, tell me what water is, tell me what water is ??? God would create up to atoms and allow atoms to do whatever atoms do. i don't follow any religion i follow the intelligence. you are basing your opinion on religion not on intelligence. tell me what water is and understand why that would be the first thing created. the catalyst of life, and if you can't explain what water is, then go sit in the truck. slayerwulfe cave.

about 7 months ago

Mathematician: Is Our Universe a Simulation?

Slayerwulfe is our universe a simulation (745 comments)

this is becoming surreal, think, please define our universe before you go one step further, and the moment you say our's you are conceding that there are others. define the others. are you seeing the problem in this. slayerwulfe cave

about 7 months ago

Engineers Invent Acoustic Equivalent of One-Way Glass

Slayerwulfe acoustic equivalent of one way glass (114 comments)

i'm 15 yrs old dating a 12 yr old grrl. i'm allowed to decide the evenings activity, we are going to listen to a radio mystery from the 1940's as an experiment in psychology (i'm Mach more than Jung). i set more than several candles of various highs and lows on a table between mother/father and myself/daughter. i light the candles turn off all other light sources and say to here mother can you see us, she reply's no, i inform her it works both ways, lets listen. upon the conclusion she( the mother ask's) did i like the story, my response i was preoccupied and much of it i did not hear but don't be concerned i would never do anything wrong, you and him are a marriage were there moments when you did not hear anything ? she confesses yes. i read all the comments as more than a courtesy. don't get too caught up in theoretical as it does not require any productivity and none is produced. i have recently been conducting experiments with deer that are able to hear me through their feet. acoustics is vibration and there exist other sensory organs besides ears that are able to detect it. the study is flawed like so many others (some of you have posted comments that will see this 'mirrored' in your comment) can an owl hear it ? can tech hear it ? the study is not worthless based on productivity but based on did we learn from it. slayerwulfe cave

about 8 months ago

Review: Puppet Vs. Chef Vs. Ansible Vs. Salt

Slayerwulfe Puppet Vs. Chef Vs. Ansible Vs. Salt (141 comments)

unfamiliar with all so i did some quick research. Ansible least transparent Chef not bad, it comes down to Puppet Vs. Salt. Had to search Saltstack for information on google to find a result for Salt. i believe most would go with Salt and that seams to be the case, minimal intelligence required. Puppet is very intriguing simply because it requires a higher level of intelligence. Salt offered a tutorial but Puppet offers a direct line of communication to solve problems. in my 15 min. search i would choose Puppet as best choice for the present. slayerwulfe

about 10 months ago


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