The Like and Get Likes thread III

Maybe more for bodybuilding.
Some of the diet is not showing…

2. - 11 hours later, at 19:57 Tue Apr 6, 2021:

Coinbase’s IPO Gets Pushed To April

3. - 12 hours later, at 21:09:

16. Portfolio Management

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We are just days away from Ingenuity’s first flight on the Red Planet! In anticipation, we’re inviting you (yes, you!) to join us for all the #MarsHelicopter pre-flight and post-flight activities:


Time to go to sleep! Nighties lovelies!

Also: apparently VR isn’t all that dead, since games still are made and look… different

Usually it’s not a good sign when a trailer shows more non-ingame imagery than actual ingame footage… :thinking:


In information theory, the noisy-channel coding theorem (sometimes Shannon’s theorem or Shannon’s limit ), establishes that for any given degree of noise contamination of a communication channel, it is possible to communicate discrete data (digital information) nearly error-free up to a computable maximum rate through the channel. This result was presented by Claude Shannon in 1948 and was based in part on earlier work and ideas of Harry Nyquist and Ralph Hartley.

Information theory
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Mathematical statement

The basic mathematical model for a communication system is the following:
A message W is transmitted through a noisy channel by using encoding and decoding functions. An encoder maps W into a pre-defined sequence of channel symbols of length n . In its most basic model, the channel distorts each of these symbols independently of the others. The output of the channel –the received sequence– is fed into a decoder which maps the sequence into an estimate of the message. In this setting, the probability of error is defined as:

1. Introduction for 15.S12 Blockchain and Money, Fall 2018

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These below are Blizzard’s Collector’s Edition of Warcraft franchise:

I wish I had all of them. I own only one (code unused) and that is Burning Crusade. I tore away the gelatin wrapper, but never looked at its contents. On eBay the BC:CE sells for an exorbitant amount and that suprised me. Should I sell or not?


Yes, I guess so.

The question is,
when and how.

I have WarCraft II and my friend who was in Alert, Canada
had some pugs files, which were some code for the program to run.

I was offered to join one or a few WarCraft II tournaments,
but, those offers were interfered, and still are.

I don’t think I have their collector’s edition.

My boss said the key to getting employment in IT is to get certification,
with which you can get employment in IT with,
however, I know that statement to be false and how it is ,
as well as, or close to how well that I know, why it is false.

Furthermore, I also know which attacks are directed against those systems ,
while those systems are designed to divert from those attacks,
to give others contracts while attacking my work.


Soon, because TBC Classic is around the corner. Through eBay, for 450 dollars. Which would exchange into 3,667 Turkish Liras…which isn’t an amount to sneeze at.

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


Yes, that’s good.
Maybe include the shipping costs and near Mint condition.
It’s better with the wrapper seal.

I sold property before,
but it’s almost more expensive than to throw it out,
depending on value.

I have an AC ,
and so on,
even my older computer,
I don’t plan to move to Europe,
if I don’t pay my sister to store the property.

So, I have to find how to dispose of it securely and with reasonable costs.

I also do analysis of interference against the property rights and inventory related to those property,
which I do use for business,
and ,
intellectual property rights ,

they attack the rights deliberately and the army found they engaged in psychological warfare without authorization or color of right.

Can you imagine if they sought to forfeit a car or truck for moving property,
as they sought to forfeit my real-estate property for storage,
the actual costs of the storage paid to another company in extortion.

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It makes no sense that Blockchain is designed to be ran as if everyone tried to steal it,
in the sense that,
they would have the right to hide whatever they want,
even if illegal.

That means that,
the military have the right to stop them,
if they are going to endanger public interest,
and that,
the risk posed to public interest from the public encryption,
is greater than the benefit it can give to public interest.

they shouldn’t offer to protect property rights related to money from it,
while not giving people adequate and sufficient methods to protect their funds,
and then,
make falsification of reports that the information that they gave was good enough,
and that they did nothing wrong,
while trying to hide it from the party investing,
and the methods used to do so are also enforced,
against my family’s security in regards to that encryption.

So yes,
definitely a valid target for war,
as well as the damage caused from that encryption to other systems,
is also valid to gather evidence of,
due to the damage it causes to society.

Also note that,
the same society which causes the same falsification of report about damage caused to it,
also associate with that encryption system to damage others,
divert from the fact with the same intent to divert with encryption,
and encrypt the diversion,
without honesty and justice.

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#TheTerminator #TerminatorSalvation #arnoldschwarzenegger

Attack On Skynet VLA (Extended scene) | Terminator Salvation [Director’s Cut]

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Stairs can kill.


#eldddir #eldddir_space #eldddir_earth

The Most Mysterious Space Object That Terrifies Scientists

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This Will NEVER Happen Again || The Untouchable Record of Jonathan Edwards

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June 25th, 1995. The day that man could fly.


This Will Never Happen Again || The Greatest Long Jump Competition of ALL TIME

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5 RECORDS BROKEN IN ONE RACE!! | The UNBEATABLE Karsten Warholm CRUSHES Field in Stockholm

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Otter Loses Cub in Freezing Waters | Spy In The Snow | BBC Earth

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Time to go to sleep… nighties lovelies!

(I was wondering whether the otter would find her cub… and it’s a “happy ending” segment) :smiley:


Signs of a Huge Asteroid Explosion in Antarctica Long Ago

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Today I didn’t do much except reading.

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


The Sea Peoples & The Late Bronze Age Collapse // Ancient History Documentary (1200-1150 BC)

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Not surprising they think subjects are not related ,
when they create subjects to be unrelated to other contact with reality,
which contact with reality they not only invest to attack with subjects that are out of contact with reality,
try to take contact with reality our of context,
by trying to be creating subjects which are not related to other subjects,
even though they are exactly related to those other subjects,
by trying to create diversions from them,
they try to make those other subjects unrelated,
try to create loss of contact with reality that way,
attack focus about the attacks they did to cause the same problems,
which is all related.

So yes,
if and when you try to confuse language and communications and reports the same way that the multiple languages were confused back 3,000 years ago,

because of a translation problem.

the people did it too,
not only the translators.

Villani adds that it “was begun 700 years after the Flood, and there were 2,354 years from the beginning of the world to the confusion of the Tower of Babel. And we find that they were 107 years working at it; and men lived long in those times”. According to the Gesta Hunnorum et Hungarorum , however, the project was begun only 200 years following the Deluge.

They seek to create the same confusion,
as tyranny seeks to create confusion,
compared to freedom to create knowledge.

2. - 2 hours later, at 07:02 Thu Apr 8, 2021:


7 minutes ago, 03:00 Thu Apr 8, 2021 … New York time

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Instant ramen, but make it art →

Tried making Instant Ramen inside the paper【paraderumanga】【stopmotion】

#パラデル漫画 #paraderumanga #indomie

Tried making Instant Ramen inside the paper【paraderumanga】【stopmotion】

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Outliers: Why Some People Succeed and Some Don’t

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Spotlight on advancements in AI, HCI, Computing, VR, Systems Networking & more at Microsoft Research

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The Art of Code - Dylan Beattie

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#Colbert #TheGodEquation #MichioKaku

“The Mind Of God Is Cosmic Music” - Michio Kaku On The Importance Of String Theory

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Baltrom low security pirate | EVE Online Newsday | April 7

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self-driving truck with ab inbound

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The Powersharing Series

Steve Jobs demos NeXT in Boston, 1988

on SoundCloud

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Microsoft CEO and co-founder Bill Gates presents to large joint meeting of the Boston Computer Society and the MIT Computer User Group his reflections on “The Future of Macintosh”.

In this clip from Powersharing Series program #175, he speaks of the power of Object Oriented Programming. More information at:

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The Powersharing Series

Alan Kay on his work at Xerox PARC, 1985

Alan Kay talks about his work at Xerox PARC in the 1970s at a Computer Museum event on October 13, 1985. Part of Charles Mann’s Powersharing Series. Copyright © Powersharing, Inc. and used with permission. All rights reserved. More information at

Kay at the 2008 40th anniversary of The Mother of All Demos
Born Alan Curtis Kay

May 17, 1940 (age 80)

Springfield, Massachusetts
Citizenship United States
Education University of Colorado at Boulder (B.S., 1966)
University of Utah College of Engineering (M.S., 1968; Ph.D., 1969)
Known for Dynabook
Object-oriented programming
Graphical user interface Windows

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before 4 minutes left.

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Time to go to sleep! Yesterday I didn’t share an “also” because still was watching the video I want to share. Nighties lovelies!

Also: why does heavy water taste kind of sweet?

Heavy water (deuterium oxide) it’s a water mollecule with two extra neutrons (one on each hydrogen atom) and although this changes slightly the density and thermodinamical properties of water, it doesn’t alters its chemical properties… and yet, heavy water does taste kind of sweet to our tongue (like 1% sugar solution), and also tastes different in some unknown way to mice (which actualy reject it). Why? It’s still being researched but we have some clues…


We know the difference it’s a quantum effect caused by the different oscillations of mollecules due to the extra neutrons, but, we don’t really know how does it change (beyond theory) the way the proteins in our taste buds react to heavy water instead of ordinary water


You’ve never seen a 3D printer like this before

1 minute 08 seconds audio-visual.

This new 3D printer makes objects appear out of nowhere

Researchers at UC Berkeley and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory invented a new 3D printer, which they nicknamed “replicator” after the famous Star Trek device.

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Neal Barnard, MD | How Foods Affect Hormones

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#MarineCorps #FighterPilots #BusinessInsider

How Fighter Pilots Train To Fly The Marine Corps’ F-35B | Boot Camp

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NOTHING CAN STOP IT | 75-85% Housing & Stock Market Crash June | Harry Dent’s Final Prediction

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Hmm… Aeroponics is an interesting idea, but the Wiki article last mentions events from 2006, I wonder how it’s the current state of aeroponics an whether it’s become a commercially viable proposal. Using less water, less nutrients and produicng less waste looks very eco-friendly, but, can the final product be sold for a decent price? Can it compete with other commercially produced ecological products?

Guess I’ll just check some more info… but now i’m off to bed. Nighties lovelies!

Also: how, oh HOW does stuff like this end in my YT suggestions?

I LOLed actually, at the random sounds of stuff falling and breaking. :sweat_smile:


You guys aren’t even doing likes and get likes anymore.