Monthly Archives: January 2017

It would be really helpful if …

It would be really helpful if you could get a speaker hooked up to an algorithmic process trained on a semantic and/or verbal library from EEG headset readings (potentially associated with EMG), and then get it to parrot back whatever … Continue reading

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Reading Trump’s suggestions about black CIA prisons

The main thing to point out is that this can only occur with the complicity of foreign countries. Any country whose head of state and/or other major responsible officials are not able to provide credible reassurance that they will not … Continue reading

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Welcome to Copyright Week 2017

As opposed to being all about locking up intellectual property to protect creators or people who financialize their creations. However, accessing copyright often also involves being able to make reasonable use of some other work. For example, one might use … Continue reading

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Journal of Applied Econometrics reserves space for some replications. It’s a big issue. It’s probably worth saying a lot about this, but for some reason it’s a real pain in the ass to think about at this moment.   There’s … Continue reading

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The 10,001 st time, the first microfraction of the process was kickstarted (before trammeled again), therefore the other 10,000 times are irrelevant

Imagine if you were to interrupt a person 10,000 times in a row, and then the 10,001 st time, you pre-empt what they are about to say and then go prancing about telling everyone how helpful you are with helping … Continue reading

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One strategy related to brainwashing; negative stimulus to be associated with other, brief offerings of positive stimulus to be associated with wannabe puppetmaster

Say, you want to get someone to hate one group and also to love you and become your ally in screwing with that other group. First, find whatever kinds of things the person does not like. Then make sure stuff … Continue reading

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The honesty and apology approach to committing crimes

So long as you announce what you are doing and then apologize for it, then you’re allowed to do whatever you want. Christians are so fucking brainwashing and retarded that this is how they actually always thoguht “God” works. And … Continue reading

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Using political opponents as experimental subjects

Even better than bringing diverse voices to the table and learning from mistakes through constructive dialogue, there is also the option to treat political opponents as vermin. Since extermination is legally not-at-all complicated, at least by treating them like lab … Continue reading

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How to do NGOs in Beijing

While looking for something else, I stumbled across this resource through the search engine, which details a fair number of contacts points for those wishing to operate an NGO. The list is for Beijing alone, and surprisingly expansive. http://chinadevelopmentbrief.cn/articles/beijing-overseas-ngo-supervisory-unit-list

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When I decided to leave Gmail, for sure

In the last 10 years, I’ve sent out a grand total of zero spam messages. This month, I decided to send a message to my full contact list, informing them of a new project I’m starting. Naturally, I expect some … Continue reading

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