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 No.1[Reply][D]

This board is only for the disscusion of Science, Technology and Math. Any other topic will be deleted and/or banned.


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 No.34[Reply][D]

Seems like the right board for this.
Theories, cool shit, creepy shit, whatever you got regarding the ocean (especially the deeper parts), put it here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8xXnVkOGsA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaPZUsiiqzw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJPRW92Yqd0
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mantis_shrimp can punch hard enough to cause flashes of light, or so I've heard.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloop (Probably just an iceberg breaking up, but still pretty neat)

>tfw you'll never be a crew member on board the Nautilus

It hurts.

 No.363[D][DF]

>>34
Although cuttlefish aren't the deep sea type, they are pretty cool
https://youtube.com/watch?v=YcpzubpIhtI
Look at him, so huge, lures all over his body. looks lovecraftian!
https://youtube.com/watch?v=anDIlMVgNwk



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 No.177[Reply][D]

Show your desktop rice, rate, and share cool programs
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 No.313[D][DF]

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 No.361[D][DF]

>>177
I HATE DESKTOP THREADS

 No.362[D][DF]

>>361
elaborate



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 No.138[Reply][D]

NANO GANG BEST

Fuck all you vim faggots, nano is best editor
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 No.256[D][DF]

>>255
AHAHAHAHAHAH fucking namefagging
I always forget to remove the name on the next post

 No.316[D][DF]

what the fuck are you doing not using sublime text

 No.360[D][DF]

>>138
both are extremely cool



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 No.341[Reply][D]

Nuclear waste lasts a long time, like super long. We're talking longer than all of recorded history by orders of magnitude. Right now, the only way we know how to deal with this waste is to bury it somewhere and put up a bunch of signs that say "there's a bunch of radioactive material here, so put away that shovel." The problem is, language changes over time. English from a mere 500 years ago is nearly indecipherable to anyone without a college degree. How do we tell people 10,000 years in the future to stay away, without dedicating the resources to constantly maintain these burial sites? What if we get sent back to the stone age by a meteor impact, massive pandemic, or nuclear holocaust? What then?
The Sandia Report gives 9 messages that need to be conveyed:
>This place is a message... and part of a system of messages... pay attention to it!
>Sending this message was important to us. We considered ourselves to be a powerful culture.
>This place is not a place of honor... no highly esteemed deed is commemorated here... nothing valued is here.
>What is here was dangerous and repulsive to us. This message is a warning about danger.
>The danger is in a particular location... it increases towards a center... the center of danger is here... of a particular size and shape, and below us.
>The danger is still present, in your time, as it was in ours.
>The danger is to the body, and it can kill.
>The form of the danger is an emanation of energy.
>The danger is unleashed only if you substantially disturb this place physically. This place is best shunned and left uninhabited.
Humans are notoriously curious, so it's rather difficult to keep them out of the metaphorical cookie jar. Especially when said cookie jar is filled with the curses of ancient gods. Written language is useless, as has been covered, and word of mouth is dodgy at best. So it's down to symbols to communicate the message of "bad, stay away." These range from fairly tame, like a grimacing human face, to badass, like so-called "hostile architecture" (pic related)
So, my question to you and the purpose of this thread is, what is YOUR solution to the problem of communicating danger to future Post too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.343[D][DF]

>>341
if we were somehow sent back to the stone age something like those spikes would be enough. all the primitive people would need to know is, seeing the mutants and having people who go there die is enough to deter them. the spikes are probably too much though, all there needs to be is a way to mark the location so they know the entire area is the same.

 No.357[D][DF]

>>341
Why would we need to? Nuclear waste is produced from nuclear material, which itself comes out of the ground. If the original mines are not yet exhausted and ready to be refilled, just dig a big hole someplace undesirable and leave it there.
What makes anyone think the knowledge will be suddenly lost, will not be transferred or translated to the lingua franca of the proceeding eras, and will be enough of a concern that people will care more about buried nuclear material than other threats in the event of catastrophic collapse and loss of knowledge?
This is a neat linguistic exercise but not really relevant to any realistic prediction of the future

 No.359[D][DF]

>>341
Kind of related, I was watching archaeologists excavate an old Roman town in England somewhere. It was live-streaming on the internet and they dug up the blacksmith and the air filled with lead fumes and they all had to leave and cancel the live stream.



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So discord is taking IRC place for a lot of communities including 22chan, what do you think about it? Have you made the jump yourself yet?
For me I find it annoying that people with no knowledge of /t/ are more and more using Discord, it became the norm to have a discord account. I think it can evolve to the point of including business meetings and the such and this made it almost a normie thing.
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 No.354[D][DF]

>>229
Personally, I use Discord to talk to people and have personal conversation or just random chats.
The website isn't exactly a chatting place.
The site is still more entertaining but Discord is still nice.

 No.355[D][DF]

>>353
IRC *is* good.

 No.356[D][DF]

its realy fun to troll trannies and niggers i got like 20+ disabled accounts in total



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 No.352[Reply][D]

Welp,
Youtube has finaly removed the old stule.
Frigin' bullshit, in my opinion.


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 No.345[D][DF]

>>344
JDMUVPIMRYQDIGXYPQOC

 No.346[D][DF]

>>345
>TWENTYTWOCHANFOREVAH
Wicked. Respeckt.

 No.358[D][DF]

Your IP is gay.



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 No.312[Reply][D]

I started learning JavaScript today so im wondering what programming languages anons are learning

 No.314[D][DF]

haskell

 No.315[D][DF]

>>312
html & xml

 No.317[D][DF]

>>312
Python mainly
It's really good for scripts, but if you need your program to run real fast or something then use C++.
I also use C# when working on small unity projects



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 No.300[Reply][D]

Why do malware warnings scare me so much?

 No.301[D][DF]

what's with the screenshots

 No.308[D][DF]

cuz ur a pussi



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 No.303[Reply][D]

What is the coolest or "coolest" early 2000s tech you remember?
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 No.305[D][DF]

>>303
A fucking headphone jack.

 No.306[D][DF]

the iphone was mid to late 2000's not early

 No.307[D][DF]

>>303
I wish there was a N-Gage emulator.



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 No.2[Reply][D]

Which one do you use and why ?
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 No.274[D][DF]

I use Void but I dislike how it lacks some stuff in repo and I'm too stupid to make my own templates.

 No.277[D][DF]

>>274
Also Void Linux doesn't even have a forum, it only has a subreddit.

 No.299[D][DF]

>>273
I'm back, it was gay.



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 No.259[Reply][D]

Have you ever heard of the distributed internet? The idea being that instead of having to rely on a server you share content with other users directly.
Torrents are the most famous example of this. However what if a distributed structure was used not only to share anime and cracked games but also to provide actual websites? Like another internet. What if there could be an internet without servers?
Here are some of the projects related to this I've seen around:
>Ipfs: https://ipfs.io/
Slightly improved torrents really. Removes duplicate files in the network. Has ipns, which allows to have a constant link to mutable content -> we can already have static web pages with this
>zeronet: https://zeronet.io/
Peer to peer, allows you to have mutable content as ipfs, but also supports having sites updating real-time. But most importantly it allows you to have websites where other people than the site owner can post content, which means you can have sites such as youtube, forums, imageboards, twitter (hopefully not. Jk they already have a thing similar to it). All without servers. Noice. It also has tor integration.
>freenet: https://freenetproject.org/
Again peer to peer, allows for websites and for user-content sites too (it says it has forums). Citing them:
>Communications by Freenet nodes are encrypted and are routed through other nodes to make it extremely difficult to determine who is requesting the information and what its content is.
Also has some functionality to hide that you are using freenet called "darknet". Seems similar to zeronet except more concerned with security and anonymity
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 No.263[D][DF]

Yup
I think it was a honeypot, or it just was a shitty, buggy clone
The media did go nuts though so it wasn't that secret

 No.265[D][DF]

>>262
> some people make a clone on some p2p network
Really? I didn't know about that. I mean about it being distributed
> And a bunch of people hosted cp and stuff Like that unknowingly because of that.
That sucks. But I'm sure you can make moderated p2p networks, so I'd say it's the moderators fault. If someone posts cp on a normal ib it will be hosted there till a mod removes it. Same on p2p

 No.297[D][DF]

>muhhhh decdntrlaization

fuckoff with this shit. It never fucking works, its communism for content.



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 No.113[Reply][D]

Is C++ as bad as Linus says it is?
http://harmful.cat-v.org/software/c++/linus
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 No.276[D][DF]

Oh look, I use malbolge now, let's do project in that.

D'`;#po~I5Xz8Dw/4u,+aNp']\7ZF'ECUT".b`+N):xwvuWm3qpRng-kdc)aI_dcb[Z~X]\[ZYRv9OTMLpP21GkEiCHGFE>bB;_?>=<|{92V6543,+O/.-&%I#"!~De#"y~w=*

 No.294[D][DF]

>>113
C++ is niggerlicious and C is the white man's programming language

 No.296[D][DF]

what about javascript?



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 No.100[Reply][D]

Is SoloLearn a good resource for learning programming languages?
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 No.251[D][DF]

Get a book,way to go

 No.253[D][DF]

When it comes down to learning C or C++, what books would you guys reccomend?

 No.295[D][DF]

>>249
You are enlightened, based and absolutely redpilled



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