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Yeah, that's true. But I still prefer to talk to real people. AIs are still inadequate.


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You want adequate AI's?
I think that's how you start paranoia.


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... PleaSe coMmEnce BOot LicKing PrOTocol anD yoUr RepLacEmEnt shaLl bE PaINleSs.


The Game Hamster wrote:

You want adequate AI's?

I think that's how you start paranoia.

What I mean is that software alone is insufficient. You also need hardware that approaches the complexity of living, organic brains. To point, Computer processors are still two-dimensional, while brains are three-dimensional. We'd need to find a way to manufacture three-dimensional circuits in a manner that would be easy to circulate cooled air throughout.


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Ah-hah-hah-hah-hah-hah. :D Yeah, right. :P Thbbbbbpt. :P


Going to close the garage, soon. Good night, everyone.


Night john >.> (so shy)


John Napier 698 wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:

You want adequate AI's?

I think that's how you start paranoia.
What I mean is that software alone is insufficient. You also need hardware that approaches the complexity of living, organic brains. To point, Computer processors are still two-dimensional, while brains are three-dimensional. We'd need to find a way to manufacture three-dimensional circuits in a manner that would be easy to circulate cooled air throughout.

Just keep mirroring the human brain I think is the way to go. Would be liquid cooled right. then we need other little machines to clean up the messes of the bigger machines. Reminds me of the technological singularity which I've always found to be super interesting. More power to the machine maybe they will be better rulers then humans!

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captain yesterday wrote:
Somebody got another raise!

Congratulations CY!


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I need another raise... or twenty.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Owning a cat is like owning a cactus. They both lie in the sun all day. It can hurt to pet them. They both tend not to need/want much attention. And no one wants to hear you tell stories about them for 3 hours on the first date.

That actually depends. If your date is a crazy cat lady, why not?

My BF and I actually talk about cats some, like all the cats he's had, how to approach a cat... Again...cat?=)

I didnt know your boyfriend was so salacious. Can't say I'm surprised.
Arrrrghh he was telling me about the cat that followed him home and that you can scratch cats on their cheek, near their whiskers!

my, following him home? Such a handsome chap. And of course you scratch near the whiskers, that's where-

door kicked down by modesty patrol, who take Freehold into custody for gross indecency

I had no idea it even trying to explain matters was going to make things worse!

*paw palms*

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FRIEND COMPUTER IS YOUR FRIEND wrote:

FrIEnd comPuTEr is AlWays LisTening CitizEN.

... PleaSe coMmEnce BOot LicKing PrOTocol anD yoUr RepLacEmEnt shaLl bE PaINleSs.

That's making me nervous...*backs away*

You know my BF really didn't approve of the thread about what the neural network says. He said that teaching an AI to become sentient will just end in tears.

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John Napier 698 wrote:

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Yeah, that's true. But I still prefer to talk to real people. AIs are still inadequate.

Gran and Vidmaster7(on some nights) might disagree with you. I think they're just tired of humanity.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Night john >.> (so shy)

Is Vidmaster7 John's secret admirer?

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I have gotten lazy. I woke up at 7.30, did some PBP stuff, went back to bed, got up to PBP more, and by the time I was ready to eat breakfast it was 9.30 am. WTF Mort. You're a positive PIG.

I had plans to go swimming in the morning. Clearly that went out of the window.

Repeat after myself: Sloth is a sin.

I have a pizza to bake and a fishtank to clean this sunday. I wonder how far I'm going to get with those.


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I forget what it was called but there is a condition where you simultaneously hate (hate might be to strong of a word) most of humanity but still want them to do better and you can still empathize with people. Its that. Its probably not most of humanity for me just some of the ones I have to interact with from day to day. I imagine a lot of Walmart employees feel the same way.


Just a Mort wrote:

I have gotten lazy. I woke up at 7.30, did some PBP stuff, went back to bed, got up to PBP more, and by the time I was ready to eat breakfast it was 9.30 am. WTF Mort. You're a positive PIG.

I had plans to go swimming in the morning. Clearly that went out of the window.

Repeat after myself: Sloth is a sin.

I have a pizza to bake and a fishtank to clean this sunday. I wonder how far I'm going to get with those.

Gah do your chores Mort and don't eat the fish that's a bad kitty!

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I can't bake a pizza or clean the fish tank today. It's in my home and I'm sitting in my aunts house.

Misanthropic Vidmaster7?

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And the fish are too small to eat!


Misanthropic is half of it for sure but its not what I was thinking of. I'll have to find it later. Its literally just the term they use to describe someone who has that weird confliction of both being disappointed and hopeful of humanity as a whole.


Cory's I used to have some of those swimming around with my beta. He liked to chase them. fortunately they were faster then him.

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Going for a gym run, with Linkin Park on earphones. Hopefully it'll make me less lethargic or at least gimme a good excuse to flop on the bed after.


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Wouldn't it be lynxs-in parks for you?


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OMG he's even my alias and I hate him.^^^^

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Ran 1.9 miles in 20 min. Didn't know I could keep that 5.9 miles/h for more then 15 min, but now I do. I wonder where the limits of my stamina are but I think that's an experiment for another time. As it is around the 10 min mark I was getting mild stitches. Pushed on.

Of course I don't exactly warm up...

Lynxs-in Park helps. It's like an inspire courage =P


You did a lot better then I could.

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Well I don't do well for short sprints(I'm not very fast), so if you want to catch me all you need is a short burst of speed. Otherwise I could keep running for a fairly long time. I've also wondered what it's like to run 10km in the open, but I've never really tried.

I know if I'm not carrying anything or on a light load I could be on my feet the whole day np.

Though if I were really running 10 km, I would drop my running speed to 4.9 miles/h or lower. I don't think 5.9 miles/h is sustainable for me.

Anyone down here has marathon experience?


Yeah no I'm not much of a runner my left knee is all messed up so anything over 4 mph start to cause me a good amount of pain. So you would most likely escape.

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*squeals and zips away*

If it helps yeah I think that run cleared my general lethargy and sluggishness. I feel better about myself now! =D

What happened to your left knee?

The world record for 3.1 mile runs for women is 14 min, 11 seconds


I just landed on it from too high of a height. I was diving in a pool that I thought was deeper then it was. Its not to bad really only hurts when I run. I can even pedal a bike no problem.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I just landed on it from too high of a height. I was diving in a pool that I thought was deeper then it was. Its not to bad really only hurts when I run. I can even pedal a bike no problem.

Reminds me of the time I went to adventure cove with my BF. There's this diving platform 2 stories high. So yeah I took of my glasses, crossed my arms around my shoulders like that navy friend of mine told me, hopped off.

Was all fine, except she forgot to tell me one thing, which way to go up once you land in. Figured it out in a little bit, but was disorientating at first.

The walking across the right rope I managed, but ring the bell, Nadda. I don't climb well, remember?

My BF managed to climb up there and ring the bell though.


I'm a ok climber. I have absolutely no fear of heights.

My mom alwaystold me this story where she had lost me as a baby (I would say more likely I was probably a toddler) she found sitting on top of our refrigerator giggling at her. (one of the tall ones).

Its probably to the point where its unhealthy like I will walk right out to an edge and not think twice about leaning over.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:

I'm a ok climber. I have absolutely no fear of heights.

My mom alwaystold me this story where she had lost me as a baby (I would say more likely I was probably a toddler) she found sitting on top of our refrigerator giggling at her. (one of the tall ones).

Its probably to the point where its unhealthy like I will walk right out to an edge and not think twice about leaning over.

I don't have upper body and foreclaw strength to pull myself up when it comes to climbing of any sort, including climbing walls. I have to hold onto something if I go near any ledges. I can still function at heights as long as I don't look down.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:

I'm a ok climber. I have absolutely no fear of heights.

My mom alwaystold me this story where she had lost me as a baby (I would say more likely I was probably a toddler) she found sitting on top of our refrigerator giggling at her. (one of the tall ones).

Its probably to the point where its unhealthy like I will walk right out to an edge and not think twice about leaning over.

Jack-Jack style phasing powers? ;)


Possibly. She was never sure how I got up there.

but If I had phase powers as a child and not now I will be upset.

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Could I get some climbing tips for nub cats who can't climb?


Uh work out your upper body a lot... That's about all I got oh and watch your footing. Like I'm broad chested and I lift a lot of free weights. That and my innate lack of fear when it comes to falling. That's about all I got.

Also if you can learn how to phase.
IF you do learn how to phase you have to share.

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Do push ups help? I'm not very good with the upper body weights thing. Can't even pull myself up =(

Do you like lift dumbells or something?


Yeah lets see hmm this one isn't exactly like mine but Its close. here.


On the one hand, yippee, I've just found out someone made Elric miniatures.

On the other hand, £110 for a set in decidedly non-mint condition, by Xiombarg.

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Oooh I see. Yeah I was examining them and seeing what they were talking about since I can't just read instructions and follow, when it comes to physical stuff I need to watch.


Limeylongears wrote:

On the one hand, yippee, I've just found out someone made Elric miniatures.

On the other hand, £110 for a set in decidedly non-mint condition, by Xiombarg.

I'm not sure what language that was^^^


Just a Mort wrote:
Oooh I see. Yeah I was examining them and seeing what they were talking about since I can't just read instructions and follow, when it comes to physical stuff I need to watch.

The one I originally found had pictures but I couldn't find that one this time.

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Also it'd really impress my nephew if I could swing my way across monkey bars but I am not having any luck with those...

Chasing him around on paws isn't an issue.


Maybe if they made cat bars for you.


Just a Mort wrote:
FRIEND COMPUTER IS YOUR FRIEND wrote:

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That's making me nervous...*backs away*

You know my BF really didn't approve of the thread about what the neural network says. He said that teaching an AI to become sentient will just end in tears.

Yes it will... For the AI. I almost pity it having to put up with humans.

Dark Archive

I prefer people to computers every single day.

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Did you just come from a work barbeque? I've drunk before but NEVER to the point that I lose control of myself. I know I'm tipsy but I still know what I'm doing. So it's preferably not more then 3 glasses of wine, but can go up to a max of 5. That's of course on a full stomach.

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