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Anyone with a passing knowledge of the cypherpunk (cryptocurrency) community in the early days can appreciate that one of their main contributions was to preemptively mitigate the risk of those technologies falling into one set of wrong hands by decentralizing their efforts and making them open source from the beginning.
Also, anyone with a passing knowledge of the progress being made in brain computer interfaces (BCI's) can apreciate that to avoid a dystopic worldwide society, the progress in this field must be decentralized, open sourced and with a very strong focus on limitation and attenuation mechanisms for the capacities of these systems. Don't think so? Go downlowad the Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis, read it, think about what someone can do with that knowledge and perfected invasive BCI's and come back when you have stopped crying.
So, I am looking for any community of people in this field contributing in their own pace, my faith in humanity tells me there must be something like that already: a bunch of serious researchers bouncing around their wildest ideas and personal projects.
I haven't been able to find something like that, and I dread the inmense responsibility to create it from the beginning if necessary. However if I find that there is no such thing up until now, I will.
I would apreciate a discussion and anyone pointing me in the right direction in my search.
Also, one of the main arguments against this effort is that it's different from cryptocurrency in the sense that BCI projects need multi million dollar funding and equipment. And that's one of my main arguments, progress with non-invasive and cheap BCI is not far behind state of the art invasive BCI's. If we can leverage analysis and methodology to make the hardware not as important, we can make important contributions and mitigate the risk.
I want to be clear, my main objective is to create general purpose safelocks for technological development. I just think we should start with BCI's, which is the field I am most familiar with.
too bad. Get over it. You don't do brain surgery at home. I mean you can, but it's really fucking risky. Some crazy new agers trepan theirselves. Pretty fucking hard to get anesthetic though.
>>13283084 >cheap BCI is not far behind state of the art invasive BCI'
it's quite far behind compared to what we can do in monkeys
Absolute and perfect mind control.
>>13283081 >muh big tech >muh 1984 dystopia >muh totalitarian socialism
Take you meds, poltard/lolbert retard.
Open source is a con by big corps to trick wagies into working for free. Stallman is a jew.
Any math/econ guy here?
I don't want to ask /pol/ because they're retards who are into conspiracy shit.
If we keep going how we're going up to now, how long until the US is bankrupt or suffers a severe debt crisis?
Never all the numbers are fake, lol.
They can just take average and trimean or mean of quantitive measures from the average of expanding democracies or republics or governments in general and compare it to the average rate of expansion of government/republics/democracies over time.
The Lucifer Principle.
The Illuminati uses it all th
Candlejack! Candlejack! Candleja-
Will science ever cure idiots?
will diamonds ever the hardest metal?
Science is the idiots. Intellectualism is a coping mechanism for failing to compete in ways that genuinely matter.
>chad might have all the girls and money, but thats only because hes dumber than me. >i'm not a loser, its everyone else whos an idiot >they're all too busy breeding and acquiring property and wealth to even study the pythagorean theorem in depth for years on end like the truly important people do >what a waste of life chad is >but also i spend my free time masturbating to harem anime >tfw nogf >i wish i was chad instead of a nerd loser >REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
So, what can give that? Math?
No, but science can suggest how to model society so that idiots can be a productive part of it. For example a lot of manual labor can be done by idiots, and they can in fact get really good at it through sheer repetition and experience. Mildly idiotic people can also be good caretakers of the elderly, work in kindergartens etc.
Steady schedules and routine is a good environment for idiots, where smart people might even be more likely to lose discipline and focus.
science makes life easier and lowers the minimum cognitive power one needs to live long enough to reproduce and raise children
science will only create more idiots
Help me understand this paper. Am I understanding it right, and does it really imply that the vaccine causes almost all women to miscarry
your gf is riding a bull right now and you are being a cuck. Pussywhiped retard
>>13281143 >im smurt cuz i dount reed
>>13281603 >get some damn virologists > Scientists are not priests
just listen to yourself
>>13284551 >putting doctor in your name when you're an MD and medical errors are the third leading & most rapidly growing cause of death in your country
medical errors will take over 2nd place on the "most common causes of death" list from cancer in a few years if things keep on going the way they are
What's the current consensus on dreams within the scientific community? Why do they show us these elaborate and surreal windows of a pure emotional reality? Why are they so powerful? What does it suggest of conscious reality if we're processing both realities the same way?
I have been dreaming every morning for a long time. They are always extremely vivid and adventurous. They rarely lead into nightmares which have been frightening in the past.
dreams are just your brain touching itself at night
Islamic scientists Ibn Arabi and Mulla Sadra, and their scholarly Western admirers Henry Corbin, William Chittick, and James Hillman, have proposed that there exists an imaginal world where dreams, and figurative thought generally, takes place. The imaginal world acts as an isthmus between the material world and the world of pure ideas or forms. More here:
He's serious. It's the refresh period where all dead cells are dragged away. How do live brain cells know if one is dead and needs to let them go? Light them all up. Like a firework funeral.
There was a post last week asking about raising a child properly, one response mentioned type of food and linked a video about food quality and effects on generations of cows. I can't find it anymore, does any one have the link?
>>13282631 >no flour >no salt
ABSOLUTELY FUCKING DISGUSTING
DELETE THIS AND YOURSELF
You're not gonna trick me into making mustard gas, bud.
This will explode everywhere, sending shrapnel.
Used the key words and archives found something similar (probably what I mis-remebered) but no video. Only an article on height of cattle and corn. Guess I'm a schizo now.
Can someone with a brain please explain why there are two doses of the vaccine? Why two separate shots?
So the vacc company makes more money and you get more harmful spike proteins in your body
The other poster is a tranny
One for your left brain one for your right brain
Wrong 2 shots is to activate the sleeper vectors that are injected. Why haven’t they shown the adverse effects that WILL happen in years time or why aren’t they confirmed if pregnant ladies can use it or not... because it can spread by air so they’ll stay as low as possible so it they have plausible deniability against critical thinkers.
Because the goal isn't to half-ass the killing and sterilising.
I am sure it is not this simple but I will ask anyways: there is a video telling you how to 3D scan for free at .5mm.
I was wondering if I got a 4K res camera would that help lower the resolution to .0x? Would a magnifying glass help lower the mm?
If not why or how could I make it work?
I would like to get it down to .01mm.
object reconstruction should be scale invariant. You just need a camera with sufficient resolution and sharpness.
On the computer, the only limitation is probably the ratio between the full model and the smallest feature.
>>13282883 >Would a magnifying glass help lower the mm?
You could try a macro adapter, they're pretty cheap usually
Say a 6’0 155lbs male ate a 10mg edible on sunday. How much longer till it not show up in da piss
>>13283352 >that’s bullshit.
oh boy here we go
>smoked, it’s 6 weeks. eaten,
Unrelated anecdotal evidence. No one cares.
> i donno but i doubt it’s that long
So you admittedly dont know shit but are still talking?
it's based on how much you store in your fat but edibles are slower to digest than smoking it. i would guestimate like 7 days and you're safe. you can always buy one of those test kits from smoke shops for like $10 and do a home test
It depends on whether or not you were clean before if yes you should probably be good in about a week maybe less. If you weren’t however it could be upwards of a month depending on how much you smoked or consumed prior. Most tests need a minimum of 50ug to detect it go to a cvs or Walgreens and you should be able to find a dipstick test.
Doesnt matter if they demmand a hair sample. drugs deposit in your hair as it grows, as long you have the hair on your head from the moment you ate that crap they can tell. And if you are a long haired stoner they can even tell the cadence in which you consume for many months to years it took to grow that hair, they read that hair strand like the rings on a tree. you better shave your head
nobody does hair follicles outside of government tests, it's too expensive and unreliable for people who dont use a lot. most do the 5 panel cause it's like $5 and weed is basically the only one that's testable anyway
do you guys have any idea of how james simon used math to beat the market? I hate how all these hedge funds got magical leaders that somehow make it all work. would mastering mathematics give me a key to figuring out how they do it? Its all connected somehow these quants, physicists, applied mathematics, imo kids like the leader of 2 sigma john decker leading his own hedgefund. read somewhere that the market is inefficient and that its this inefficiency that is being exploited by these guys? also name something that you think can make me smarter?
he changed his business model. instead of hiring business guys he hired math and physics guys. that’s about it
it's a cool trick called "insider trading"
having data the goys can't have is how they make money.
SEC is just goy control.
Statistics based arbitrage
This. Having good connections is usually more important than having good brains.
Also, I don't know a lot about Simons but it looks like what he did was simply put together a bunch of computers and hard drives with LOTS of storage data and LOTS of data points. He has data about nearly everything that happened in the past few decades and tries to find connections among all kinds of information. Like, for example, when a certain stock went up two points on a certain day ten years ago, in Tokyo there was good weather. He has all kinds of data of this sort and his computers try to find patterns and connections among all kinds of things. It's mostly just about having a lot of processing power and a lot of data; the rest is just linear algebra.