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  • Gravity13


    March 10, 2015, 6:35 pm

    ># huge numbers of physicists focused on one possible explanation

    There aren't that many physicists working on dark matter. That's just popularized because it's a pop physics subject. The same goes tenfold with string theory, which, in my experience, is not taken all that seriously unless you're with PhDs in mathematical physics, by which point, you're already arguably wrapped up in theory that you've loss all basis of reality.

    Mocking will happen in any community, I just don't think it's as common as you think in the scientific community. Most of the mocking occurs when older stubborn physicists refuse to reject the ideas they've been working on their entire lives because they don't want some young punk coming in and revealing to them that everything they've been doing is wrong and rendered pointless.

    But if history tells us anything, it is *these* young punks that have caused the revolutions in science.


  • Tlide


    March 11, 2015, 8:33 am

    Overpopulation isn't the problem, overconsumption is. There is such a ridiculous differential in consumption between the first and third worlds that looking at global population as a single number tells us little. People who beat the overpopulation drum love to castigate the third world and praise the first world based on rates of population growth, without any regard for actual rates of consumption.

    It's easy to say that a few billion dark-skinned foreigners need to off themselves (because we've already _been_ telling them what to do for centuries, so why stop now?) to make room, rather than advocate something sane like legal limits on consumption (that's socialism!), or something equally insane (but more soundly reasoned if you accept the omnicidal logic in use) like a complete genocide of America and most of Europe (if this triggers a sensation of shock and revulsion, congratulations, you're still human).


  • chromacolor


    March 10, 2015, 7:19 pm

    1: I would like to make some films independently and try out some online distribution models, some of which involve distributing via torrents with a small advertisement attached and things like that. I am very interested in doing the whole thing differently than its been done before.

    2: some of my favorite films include "La Haine," "Francis Bacon(documentary about the artist)" and I was really inspired by the story in "District 9."

    3: I may learn more about filmmaking by just taking that money and doing it, but most of the money is in student loans - so if I took 30,000 in student loans and DID manage to shoot a film that anyone wanted to see, I would have to hassle through distribution and basically HOPE to make any of that money back. It would be a huge risk to try and do it with no education. I do appreciate having the teachers I do and the chance to get feedback on the work I am doing, so I guess it is in a way worth it to go to school for it.


  • UnificationDotCom


    March 11, 2015, 3:51 am

    I wouldn't suggest interpreting him having sex with you again as a sign that he wants to be in a relationship. The desire for sex can be strong and lead to a feeling of temporary closeness, but it sounds like he is clearly communicating that he doesn't want to be involved. It would probably be best to respect his wishes. If you keep pressuring the situation and don't respect his desire to be apart, you'll probably just push him away further. Let go, get comfortable with yourself, and allow him to experience himself separate from you since that's where he's at.


  • EmpiresCrumble


    March 10, 2015, 6:47 pm

    Straw man argument. He's not bashing the "U.S. olympic bid". It's called spin, trying to lessen the effects of us not getting the bid. I don't see where he said anything about our effort for Chicago 2016 was a weak effort. He's looking at things through hindsight, and coming to the conclusion, that no, from an international standpoint, we didn't deserve the olympics. He's saying we didn't lose it because our effort was weak, or we didn't try hard enough to get it. He's saying there were numerous issues that lead to us losing in the first round of voting (again, from an international standpoint, which is the proper standpoint to consider in the context of an Olympics bid): Our foreign policy was retarded, we said "fuck you" to the rest of the world for 8 years straight, and (most importantly, it seems) South America has *never* hosted an Olympics (meanwhile, we've had LA, SLC, and ATL....all taking place since 1984). Again, what he's reporting is the view from outside the US. He wasn't actively rooting for our failure, like the right-wing has been every step of the way. That truly *is* anti-American, and I think there is something wrong with you if you don't see the difference.

    This is why your pissy rant misses the point of the article. From an international standpoint, we didn't deserve to be chosen to host the Olympics *at this moment in time*. Re-read the article, because you either barely skimmed it, or you're not very good at reading comprehension.

    In conclusion, fuck you contrarian of reddit. ;)


  • Gedrah


    March 11, 2015, 12:00 am

    I think the argument is all about evolution. Assuming that the game does have some sort of evolution, the 750 years spent in light is not enough time to evolve dark pigmentation. On top of that, evolution only occurs when mutations take place in the offspring of a species over dozens of thousands of years. Apparently, the races of Aion live for hundreds of years, thus in 750 years (only 1 generation) there would be no chance at all to evolve. The fact that they even changed colors is a bit silly, since it would be due to illness.

    750 years in sunlight would give you mega-wrinkles and cancer.

    If, over the course of thousands of years, the creatures of darkness are darker, logically that could only be due to a survival trait. They would most likely be dark-skinned because the darker people had an advantage over the lighter ones. Perhaps they were being hunted and the darker ones could be camouflaged and hide better.

    If it is a purely arbitrary decision on the part of the game-makers to make those that dwelled in darkness be dark, it could definitely be interpreted as racist. Especially since Koreans are mostly light-skinned.

    On defense of the game-makers, the race descriptions on their webpage do not make either side evil and paint both sides in a fair light (benevolently).


  • marblelion


    March 10, 2015, 11:07 am

    I disagree that the information is relevant. Whether someone made false accusations because they were mistaken about identity, or did so intentionally, does not change that someone currently stands accused of rape.

    If the victim is going to be discredited b/c of past actions, then the accused needs to have their history brought up as well to show if they have a history of violence or not.

    But neither of these is relevant b/c past behavior does not necessarily indicate future behavior. Such a correlation is possible, but not always probable. In the case of rape and murder, only the facts of the night in question should be considered, nothing else so the point of the trial is not obscured.

    We try people not to punish them or their accuser for past misdeeds but to determine if a specific incident happened as someone claims it did.


  • Snorple


    March 10, 2015, 8:13 pm

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  • megatom0


    March 10, 2015, 6:47 am

    That is highly dangerous, for many chemicals where synthesized there are things called isomers, which are identical chemicals just a mirror image. Many of these isoforms particularly with medicines like ibuprofen the other isomers is toxic to the human body and can cause liver failure (we lack the protein to metabolize the other isomer). These are of course filtered out of the stuff on the shelf but making it yourself then eating it without any sort of process is dangerous. Although i think the process of making aspirin is pretty straight forward there still could be some toxicity if you used sulfuric acid as a catalyst (odds are you did).


  • mredd


    March 11, 2015, 1:58 am

    The Israelis think the Palestinians are _inferior_ to them. Israelis do not listen to Palestinians, not even the ones that are citizens of Israel since the founding of the country. Non-Jews are second-class citizens there and they obviously listen even less to the ones they occupy. Israelis think Palestinians are terrorists. Just ask an Israeli and you'll see.

    The Palestinian leaders do not call for destruction of Israel and it's people. People have called for the end of Israel as an Apartheid state that occupies other people's land but that's like calling for the destruction of South Africa during Apartheid or the Soviet Union.

    Read some history. In Hitler's Mein Kampf he identified two enemies of Germany: Communists and Jews. He thought they were out to destroy Germany.


  • corby10


    March 11, 2015, 5:50 am

    I've been an embedded coder for 15 years. I've learned to live with the short comings of C and especially C++. I'm now to the point where I recomplie gcc to get rid of all the crap I will never use and to eliminate the components of stdlib and STL that double the footprint (for an intterator!! what the hell).

    What I really hate is when coders come into our company professing that Java/C# can do everything C/C++ can. When you need direct control of the registers and timing control of DSP and DAC/ADC circuitry, Java/C# will completely screw you over.

    That being said, I have had great success with scripting languages to build very nice GUI components where C/C++ is a complete pain in the ass. With bindings such as PyQT, C# GUI bindings, etc. it really takes the pain out of building front ends.

    But I still use C/C++/ASM to do the low level mechanics and hardware control.


  • backpackwayne


    March 10, 2015, 10:51 pm

    Did you even read the article?


    "Grayson got into Harvard, and in order to cover expenses worked as a night watchman and cleaned toilets. After earning a law degree and a master's in public policy, he went on to work for legal titans with names like Ginsberg, Bork and Scalia. But he made his money when he and a college friend rented space over a funeral home in the Bronx and founded IDT Corp., a telecommunications company.

    He didn't stay with the company long and went back to law, where he gained the reputation of fighting for the little guy - just as he's doing today in DC."


    I think he has proven that money has nothing to do with his motivation.


  • Gravity13


    March 10, 2015, 6:48 am

    Tweaking an equation comes with much more consequences than you might think. The point of 'equations' is to make them as general as possible, so that we can apply them to other things and reveal that there may be unobservable mass somewhere out there.

    Adding in a small term has some far-reaching consequences as to whether or not observations still fall under the same theory. This is, in essence, what MOND is doing, they're adding a small, nearly quantum extra term to F=dp/dt+ß or something. But this translates down to many other things that might not jive within the accepted norms of physics, such as the well-accepted notion that all physics relationships be CPT-symmetric. I'm not sure if MOND maintains symmetry, though.


  • sonicon


    March 11, 2015, 9:10 am

    Don't know about animal, but I felt like somekind of plant, bacteria, mushroom while on Ayahuasca one time. It was one of the worst feelings I've felt. I felt no need to breath and had to force myself to do it and I was afraid of never being human again. I think it was so negative because my stomach felt like it was going to explode and I vomitted over 10 times in 5hours after ingestion. My mouth kept drying up, if I drank water I'd vomit it after 20mins or so. It was like hell, something might have gone wrong that time. I probably needed to fast longer, taken a lesser dosage, used a different container, or something. Would be easier if someone would just sell DMT to me.


  • Chaoticmass


    March 10, 2015, 2:21 pm

    I work at a medium sized online reseller. We ship about 400 packages a month on average, more during the 4th quarter. We use UPS and our claims rate for lost or damaged packages is actually very low. I've probably only had to file two damage claims this year so far. When we do have to file a claim UPS is usually pretty easy about it. Our regular UPS driver is cool too.

    Does UPS treat packages from high volume accounts better than the average package? We have a local UPS rep and discounted rates because of our volume. I have to turn down a Fedex rep about twice a year who is trying to get us to switch (as a customer I like Fedex, but for our business UPS is cheaper).


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