The Like and Get Likes thread III

Must have been one of a kind experience.

No way the first Musk’s starship goes to Mars in 2022. But we can dream. :relaxed:

In case of doubt, use duct tape. In case of double doubt, use speed tape. In case of cracking walls, use whatever tape.

(I guess that tape it’s actually a movement test, but that wall is in some serious trouble…)

Also, flying kids with a kite could become a sport… just need a insanely large ktie and some kid you don’t really love that much! :rofl:

(Glad that they could catch the girl on landing, that situation was really dangerous!)

And now I’m off to bed. Nighties lovelies!

Also: bubbles inside a bubble, the non-EVE way!

Now… how do they count the bubbles? Video? Photography? :thinking:


I wish I knew.


The MOST precisely made granite object of Ancient Egypt - and why it’s NOT geopolymer!

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They record it in slow-motion and take lots of minutes to count it all while watching?


It is night now. You know what that means, right? It means I crawl into my bed and close my eyes for 10-12 hours.

Good night, lovelies! :heart:
Live long and prosper. :vulcan_salute:


Going to bed? Sounds like a plan. I may even sleep. And perhaps will not dream, and if I dream, the topic won’t be having a place of my own. I’m pretty aware consciously that living back with my parent’s isn’t that great, don’t need my subconscious feeding me with dreams about flats, houses, appartments and such… :woman_facepalming:t2:

Nighties lovelies!


I had kinda horrible dream yesterday too, it involved some dead people being brought back to life, and they were not happy… actually I dont think anyone would be, they looked horrible, some were barely looking like humans! :mask: :nauseated_face: :face_vomiting:

I am thinking now, last thing we would need would be probably such a virus now, that would make zombies possible.

It seems they could have placed the structure before 
building around it, and make the passages smaller, 
so that it would be taken out.

They would set the structure on the base or the mound, 
or internal bricks, 
before building around it after placing it inside in the 
middle first.

The 1976 Montreal Olympic stadium was built by building 
the internal race track first, before the external structure, 
which external structure were started a few weeks after.

Fri Jan 15, 2021 at 05:57:

2 minutes 27 seconds audio with animation.

It turns out that, because of my primary school education , that I can apply for a French citizenship in France, which I only learned about now.
I almost had to pay $15,000+ to get a blocked account in Germany for 1 year.

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1 hour later at 06:55, 17 minutes after the last update:

Big Tech Cleans House! - Everything We Want You To Think

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Apple, Google, and Amazon, team up to take down Parler. Freedom of speech has never been better protected, because the assault on it has never been more intense.

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The Ugly Truth about Today’s Society

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What is Qi Gong? Taoist Master explains history, philosophy and power of Qi

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#richroll #neuroscience #brainhealth

Change Your Brain: Neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Huberman | Rich Roll Podcast

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2 hours 12 minutes 41 seconds audio-visual.


That is never going to hold…

They didn’t use Gorilla Tape.


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Steve Jobs Makes Fun of DOS in 1992

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Macintosh 1984 Promotional Video - with Bill Gates!

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Another day has passed and I have nothing fun or witty to say. So I will just go to bed now and wish you a good night and pleasant sleep: Nighties lovelies!

Also: how Swiss Army knives are made

Even with all the machines, there’s still A LOT of people involved! :open_mouth:


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WATCH: Intel reveals ALL its new chips and products - CES 2021 Livestream

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Microsoft reveals its MASSIVE data center (Full Tour)

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Even though lilsteel uses this thread as his bookmark holder and shares stuff that mostly appeals to him, I too find some of his links interesting despite not saying so. But I am diligent in giving likes nevertheless.

Fixed that for you. :stuck_out_tongue:

This was before he grew a beard in mid-90s. I wonder why he did that at the first place.

Good morning, lovelies! :heart:

Also a reminder:


I didn’t watch the whole end of the Microsoft video on the Underwater Servers, however,
there was a rather interesting correlation with the previous

“Marine Arcology”

card from the Trading NetRunner Card Game.

It states:
As an Agenda-Asset, which are asset by Corporation to complete to gain point from.
This one, costs 3 to complete, and gives 2 points.
Once you reach 7 Agenda Points, the game is over and the Runner loses.
You can tap 2 cards to get 3 tokens to pay with.

"We could have accepted that bid, but
in Nipponese wet real estate there’re
ultimately two kinds of construction:
tsunami spec … and bait bucket."

This Microsoft Underwater Server system is a form of Marine Arcology,
although people are not doing research in there or living there.

Tsunami Spec are the ones able to resists damage from Tsunami,
as for the wall which was later broken by the March 11, 2011,
which was less than 1 month before I got engaged for marriage.

The earthquake triggered powerful tsunami waves that may have reached heights of up to 40.5 meters (133 ft) in Miyako in Tōhoku’s Iwate Prefecture,[34][35] and which,
in the Sendai area,
traveled at 700 km/h (435 mph)[36]
and up to 10 km (6 mi) inland.[37]

Residents of Sendai had only eight to ten minutes of warning,
and more than a hundred evacuation sites were washed away.[36]

Bait bucket would be used to be used as bait, compared to protected.

I didn’t see most of the Salt Water Rocket concept or idea, but, we need something like that to reach further than the Voyager probes are, and we would be pretty close to the next solar system even if it seems like tens of thousands of years away.
We don’t really have to go that far when our own system is more than 3 light years in diameter.

What is the diameter of our solar system in light years?

Now, 1 light year is 63,270 AU, which means that the distance to the nearest star is 272,061 AU. We took the radius of the solar system to be 39.5 AU, which means it has a diameter of 79 AU. This means you could put the Solar System about 3440 times between the Sun and the nearest star taking this definition. ~Jan 28, 2019

### What is the size of the Solar System? (Intermediate) - Curious …

If you include all the comets like we did in the second part,
then the Solar System has a diameter of about 100,000 AU,
which means it would fit 2.7 times between the Sun and the nearest star.

We have reached beyond the Oort Cloud now, which means we can reach the nearest solar system in around 100 years at our current speed.

Then, there is the fuel problem.

Still, 100 years is a lot faster than over 10,000 years to 37,000 years.

It is however longer than 1 generation,
and possibly longer than 2 generations as well.
It is more easily feasible in 3 or 4 generations.
It would take 5 generations at 20 years each.

13 hours later at 18:18 Sat Jan 16, 2021:
You can also use the 1.25 times faster with the Closed Captioning on some of those videos to speed up the viewing, listening and reading.

You can also use the time control to skip video parts, and rewind it,
run it in slow motion to extract text or words from, or other data.

You can also use the time stamps to go to the beginning and ending of some parts of the videos.


The article below is from Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Facebook page:

Also this article from Bashar’s early days in 1986:


Today I watched a B series SF film, “Monsters” (2010). The film is really low budget and didn’t set the world on fire exactly, but has an interesting premise: what if an alien invasion was not by superadvanced aliens, but by extraterrestrial animals who just happen to grow very large? The plot itself it’s a kind of roadtrip through impoverished Central America as the protagonists traverse the “Infected zone” on their way back to the USA from Costa Rica.

And now after the film, I’m going to bed. Nighties lovelies!

Also: up and down, up and down, up and down…


Today I read some LOTR:TTT. It is a very long book and I don’t read much these days.

Good night, lovelies! :heart:
Live long and prosper. :vulcan_salute:


AST Computer - Tales from Tech Support

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2. 6 hours later at 09:13:
“which sense is better in cat”

sense of smell

A cat’s sense of smell is the primary way he identifies people and objects. Cats have more than 200 million odor sensors in their noses; humans have just 5 million. Their sense of smell is 14 times better than that of humans.

### Cat Senses | PAWS Chicago › all-about-cats › kitty-basics › cat…

“how many smell sensor does a dog have?”

Dogs devote lots of brain power to interpreting smells. They have more than 100 million sensory receptor sites in the nasal cavity as compared to 6 million in people, and the area of the canine brain devoted to analyzing odors is about 40 times larger than the comparable part of the human brain.

### How Dogs Use Smell to Perceive the World | VCA Animal …


Operations security (OPSEC) is a process that identifies critical information to determine if friendly actions can be observed by enemy intelligence, determines if information obtained by adversaries could be interpreted to be useful to them, and then executes selected measures that eliminate or reduce adversary …

That’s why, when trying to make communication and processes vain,
to credit yourself while making others vain,
it’s not the most respectful possible action towards that person,
fact, work, benefit to society and so on.

It is in fact actively undermining and working towards the credit the person or fact is being attempted to be rendered and led or mislead into vanity by suggestions or other form of conditions, psychological or other,
which is not the liability of the person or fact being made vain.

It’s a vice, and against moral, and should be treated as such,
and it will eventually be treated as such,
and it will eventually be always be treated as such.

Not from 1976, or from other organizations,
against the benefit to society, to make it vain,
and to credit themselves to be of good behavior,
while trying to discrediting the good behavior they try to make seem vain,
in vain, as bad, and worthy of being discredited,
and, not worthy of being compensated,
even if the person of fact being discredited was already compensated for intentions
and actions to make it seem vain,
as they shared in security to pay each others to make it seem vain;

while their good behavior they are crediting themselves with and for,
while discrediting others with vanity, in vanity, and in vain,
and trying to be making it seem to be worthwhile for society,
because the worth they are causing the loss of, is real, and actually possible to track numerically,
is in fact bad, and vain, and in vanity, and against what is good,

and intend to use misrepresentation and coercion and extortion,
as a mean to justify their own actions.