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Sakuriru

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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Kilrah in Do you prefer DuckDuckGo over Google search?   
    Learning from my search history is a feature.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from 12345678 in If humans cant solve the halting problem does that mean we can be simulated by a computer   
    The amount of ignorance in this post is embarrassing. The kind of infinity being discussed is mathematical, which can then be used to solve real finite problems. This much you should have rudimentary understanding of from pre-calculus.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Deflowerer in Logic what is equal to if then   
    You mean the conditional in symbolic logic →
     
    P  → Q ≡ ¬P ∨ Q
    Which, really, is the material implication's actual definition.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from CT854 in If humans cant solve the halting problem does that mean we can be simulated by a computer   
    The amount of ignorance in this post is embarrassing. The kind of infinity being discussed is mathematical, which can then be used to solve real finite problems. This much you should have rudimentary understanding of from pre-calculus.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Eigenvektor in If humans cant solve the halting problem does that mean we can be simulated by a computer   
    The amount of ignorance in this post is embarrassing. The kind of infinity being discussed is mathematical, which can then be used to solve real finite problems. This much you should have rudimentary understanding of from pre-calculus.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Sauron in If humans cant solve the halting problem does that mean we can be simulated by a computer   
    The amount of ignorance in this post is embarrassing. The kind of infinity being discussed is mathematical, which can then be used to solve real finite problems. This much you should have rudimentary understanding of from pre-calculus.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Linus No Beard in If humans cant solve the halting problem does that mean we can be simulated by a computer   
    The amount of ignorance in this post is embarrassing. The kind of infinity being discussed is mathematical, which can then be used to solve real finite problems. This much you should have rudimentary understanding of from pre-calculus.
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    Sakuriru reacted to Uttamattamakin in Using 6000 CPU Cores for SCIENCE - HOLY S#!T   
    @AlexTheGreatish would you be interested in doing a video about the LISA mission and its technology OR just talking to us about how you make videos.   LISA stands for Laser Interferometer Space Antenna.  We (I am a TINY part of it) are going to do the same thing as LIGO but using a space probe.   As I write this I am on Zoom with our social media group and the scientist in the collaboration they are so lost when it comes to making videos and social media.  

    We are talking about how to build a social media platform and sounding so very lost.    You guys make videos about what could be boring technical things INTERESTING.  

    If this breaks some rule I throw myself on the mercy of the moderators.  Email is a black hole... thought about just reaching out that way.   Y'all must get a bjillion emails. 

    Alex or somebody DM me if this sounds like it could be of interest.  What do you have to loose by looking into it?  You gain doing a video like this again ... but with space technology.   For the good of mankind. 

    Just to give a little proof to this.   Yes there is such a international meeting happening right now. https://www.eventbrite.com/x/lisa-consortium-meeting-9-tickets-154835151105?utm_source=eventbrite&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=reminder_attendees_event_starting_email&utm_term=eventname&ref=eemaileventremind

    (Don't worry the links to actually join in are a bit hidden.)
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from HarryNyquist in Nicehash petitioning against Microsoft   
    I disagree, this increases trust in Windows Defender for me. It's not a random block of a legitimate program, it's a block of a program that's attempting to mine cryptocurrency, which is what a lot of malware attempts to do once it infects a computer. Microsoft should continue to block mining.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Jet_ski in Nicehash petitioning against Microsoft   
    That's just reductio ad absurdum. Encryption and coin mining have an entirely different scope, purpose, and scale.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Master Delta Chief in Nicehash petitioning against Microsoft   
    I disagree, this increases trust in Windows Defender for me. It's not a random block of a legitimate program, it's a block of a program that's attempting to mine cryptocurrency, which is what a lot of malware attempts to do once it infects a computer. Microsoft should continue to block mining.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from JewBear in Dell Customer Support, WORSE than my lowest expectations. My 2 hour journey with Dell Support.   
    I'm entirely convinced Dell's support team could be replaced by a recording of someone telling me to go fuck myself.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Murasaki in Dell Customer Support, WORSE than my lowest expectations. My 2 hour journey with Dell Support.   
    I'm entirely convinced Dell's support team could be replaced by a recording of someone telling me to go fuck myself.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Caroline in Dead Internet "theory"   
    damn ive been found out
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from LAwLz in Everybody hates the windows store: Microsoft releases it's own *nix like package manager, bypassing the windows store.   
    This isn't for regular users and I doubt the windows store is going anywhere.
     
    Personally I've been using scoop so I'll give winget a shot.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from ARikozuM in Does having multiple user sessions on your computer lower your performance?   
    Only if you're out of memory. Even then, it would just get paged. So no, not really.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Radium_Angel in Are UFO's and Alien's Real ?   
    Sir this is an Arby's.
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    Sakuriru reacted to LAwLz in [UPDATES] Facebook, Instagram, Twitter could get blocked in India tomorrow[6 months now]   
    I've been reading the limited amount of information available regarding this Indian law and it does NOT at all seem to be about privacy or protecting people.
    I mean, the government tries to force companies to track things like who post what so that the government can track down the source of claims. I really don't see how that is meant to improve privacy for Indian users. Seems like the opposite to me.
     
     
    Let's remember that the Indian government has been trying to get a lot of negative news about them removed from the Internet, quoting "security of state and public order" as the reason for why they want it removed.
    https://www.reuters.com/world/india/india-asks-twitter-take-down-some-tweets-critical-its-covid-19-handling-2021-04-24/
     
    The Indian government seems to have taken a look at China and went "oh wow, they have so much control over social media. We want that too". Then they say they need all these new laws and rules in order to help their people. Yeah right...
     
    Also, the new rules were only announced 90 days before they went into effect. If we are going to liken it to GDPR (which we really shouldn't because they are pretty much the exact opposite to one another), companies had 2 years to implement it. Not 90 days.
     
     
    Here are some of the new rules social media platforms have to follow:
    A "grievance redressal mechanism". I had to look this up but it's apparently quite common in India. Basically, it's a system where people can complain to a company about something. Seems pretty fair to demand that if you ask me. Appoint new executives whose responsibility is to coordinate with law enforcement. Remove content within 36 hours of receiving an order from the Indian government. So basically, if the government doesn't like something, then it should be removed within 3 days. This is very, very bad. Companies will be required to assist in probes or other cyber secuirty-related incidents within 72 hours of a request from the government. Social media sites will have 1 day to remove any post depicting an individual in a sexual act or conduct. For those wondering, pornography is illegal in India and the government has previously tried to get pornographic websites blocked but failed.  Companies has to be able to track the "originator of a message or post" if the Indian government requests to see who posted something.  
    This happened because Twitter refused to comply with the Indian governments' demands to remove some tweets about the farmer's protests in India.
     
    Also, companies have not refused to comply or answer questions.
    Facebook said they welcomed the rules.
    WhatsApp initially declined to comment but their lawsuit kind of does the speaking for them.
    Twitter said they would have to study the rules before they commented on them.
     
    Source: Reuter
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Beerzerker in Are UFO's and Alien's Real ?   
    Sir this is an Arby's.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Wictorian in Free websites like leetcode hackerrank and projecteuler   
    elevator saga is one my personal favorites
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from shadow_ray in Free websites like leetcode hackerrank and projecteuler   
    elevator saga is one my personal favorites
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from Wingfan in Are UFO's and Alien's Real ?   
    Sir this is an Arby's.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from FakeKGB in Are UFO's and Alien's Real ?   
    Sir this is an Arby's.
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    Sakuriru got a reaction from King of Memes in Are UFO's and Alien's Real ?   
    Sir this is an Arby's.
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