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  • sisko_i_presume

    sisko_i_presume

    March 10, 2015, 12:06 pm

    This was disappointing. The graphics were cute and the smileys reminded me of those scratch 'n' sniff stickers you'd get as a kid. Was the site online when the link was submitted or was the purpose of the link just to foster a discussion on a daily check-in as to the world's mood?

    On the plus side, the information visualization that this site promised made me tingly, but I'm graph nerd.

    Since the site doesn't really tell you: does anyone know who made it? was it the project of some commercial entity or just bored individuals?

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  • epicsexmetalquestwin

    epicsexmetalquestwin

    March 11, 2015, 4:48 am

    Look, about the (sic) thing, I was genuinely mistaken. (sp?) will be what I use for now on.

    But wrong is something I am not accepting, because I am not trying to prove anything. This is my *opinion* on the subject - something my credentials in math make so very negligible.

    And yes, I'm sure it is very heroic to explain the same proofs I have seen and *understand*. Like I said before (but I guess not clearly enough): yes, 0.333... * 3 in the current mathematical system is correct. We accept 0.333... as the equivalent of 1/3.

    However, I am *of the opinion* (remember, my *very, very* inconsequential opinion) that 1/3 * 3 will yield only 1. Not 0.999... just 1. The fraction is not 0.999.../3, it is 1/3. Doesn't that take precedent?

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  • therealjerrystaute

    therealjerrystaute

    March 10, 2015, 11:07 pm

    I've been blogging since the internet first became mainstream, and have never switched to any of the new blogging platforms. Partly out of inertia, and partly out of not wanting to face yet another new learning curve that I don't have to (I'm old).

    But it's also true that some blogging sites CENSOR their users-- so you'll want to avoid those. Some of them also crap out when you need them most. That is, if you succeed in attracting lots of traffic, they quit on you, and thousands of visitors just get 404 errors when they click your link. At least that's my impression from observations over recent years.

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  • Eat_the_Rich

    Eat_the_Rich

    March 10, 2015, 10:31 pm

    > If the Taliban would give us Bin Laden and ban Al-Qaeda from Afghanistan we would accept that deal in a second.

    Com'on now. I realize you're probably a true believer in all the US gov't lies and propaganda, but you've got to let a little *reality* slip in there, don't you?

    Two points:

    1) The Taliban offered to turn Bin Laden over to the US in 2001 as long as the US would agree to show the Taliban some evidence and to try him in an int'l court.

    The US refused to even answer the Taliban on the topic -- the US wanted war and we got it.

    2) What is "Al Qaeda"? First, the US gov't invented the name and organization -- research it, it's true. It was invented by the US Dept. of Justice in the 1990s to try Bin Laden under the RICO laws and DOJ needed an "organization" to be corrupt.

    What the US gov't calls Al Qaeda now is basically "anyone that we don't like". It's analogous to "Communist" during the Cold War. The Cold War ended, so the military-industrial complex needed a new enemy -- voila! -- Al Qaeda is born.

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  • MarkByers

    MarkByers

    March 10, 2015, 11:03 pm

    You're wrong.

    Firstly, the circumstances are given in the question. You can't change them. But I'll overlook this, because there's something even more wrong... Even if you know that your envelope contains $100, the first proof is still wrong.

    Consider this variation on the game: You are offered two envelopes as described, and you announce whether or not you wish to swap. Then you must open your envelope, see how much money there is inside, and then you are allowed to change your mind if you want. By your logic, as soon as you have opened your envelope and seen how much money there is, you would always swap, *no matter how much money there was*.

    This is clearly wrong. Proof 1 is always wrong, even when you know what your envelope contains.

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  • perryjon1

    perryjon1

    March 11, 2015, 9:20 am

    Are you Pro?

    I've been into nature photography for about 2 years now, I've invested in some decent SLR equipment...

    If you're professional, I'd really like to see how you would rate my work. A completely honest rating. I can PM you a link to some of my better shots if you'd be cool with that...

    I realize everybody views it differently, and it's more of a personal thing... I'd just really like to know if I'm wasting my time and money on all the equipment and such I've invested in...

    Thanks in advance.

    Edit: I've never sold anything, in fact I give a lot of my photos away.. that's more of my style, Making somebody happy is better than a few bucks.. Several friends/family state my work is really good, but as we all know friends and family aren't really the best to get a truly honest answer on something like this...

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  • Rasheeke

    Rasheeke

    March 10, 2015, 11:32 pm

    The space in between galaxies is expanding, as well as space, but we can't notice the expansion of space when looking locally.

    Looking at stars in our galaxy we cannot notice the expansion of space. So on an even smaller scale, Earth, the expansion would also be minimal unless you went back a few billion years.

    You're comment about making it on the proper planet makes sense, but it's also moot because once you start talking about space-time travel there are so many other factors to consider.

    Still a very good thought experiment. Think about this, (idea proposed by another reddit post). The only way we can theorise teleportation is that we make a copy, that is, the information in the atoms that make up *you* would be copied and atoms in another area would be transformed into you. So *you* would die while the copy of you would continue living as if nothing happened. The essence of you would continue unhindered, whereas *you* will cease to exist. So, except for the most extreme cases when a person's essence is needed to perform a task only they can do, is teleportation something we would adapt on a day to day?

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  • Fixhotep

    Fixhotep

    March 11, 2015, 9:55 am

    I'm not arguing that it's a job that gets you a free pass. I think Polanski deserves to be in jail. It's disgusting what he did and it's disgusting, and laughable, that celebrities are publicly supporting him thinking they can help sway the tide.

    My point is that movies can and do change the world, even if it's one person at a time.

    "12 Angry Men" and "To Kill a Mockingbird," among others, were books, sure. But they still hit a large, perhaps different audience when adapted into exceptional movies. They were huge hits as movies.

    And when I say that SW changed the world, I don't necessarily mean that the change in the industry is their mark on the world. What I mean is that thousands upon thousands are earning a living now because of SW. These people are living happy lives doing something they love because of a movie that inspired them when they were 10.

    As for "Truth" and "Super Size," it doesn't matter whether you agree or like it. They played large rolls in changing many people.

    By changing individuals, you change the world.

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  • auburnjp

    auburnjp

    March 11, 2015, 1:48 am

    I don't know if this would apply to you, but there is a psychiatric illness called bipolar disorder that sounds very similar to what you experienced. In bipolar disorders, you can experience depressive symptoms and mania symptoms and "switch" between the two; if these people are given SSRIs (paxil, zoloft, celexa) it can push them into mania (elevated mood, partaking in risky situations like excessive spending, gambling, sexual indiscretion,racing thoughts). This is why these people are generally prescribed mood stablizers (like lithium) to provide a "roof" to prevent them from going into mania.

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  • posborne

    posborne

    March 10, 2015, 5:21 pm

    I've been tempted to do things like this but generally agree with epicRelic that it is not the way to go. There are cases where I find it beneficial to implement alternate implementations to core language parts... when I do this however, I try not to cover up the builtin names.

    For instance, the other day I found the need to create a more full-featured version of threading.Timer which supported repeatable timers with cancel() as well as restart() methods. In the past I would do something like this:

    from mypackage.xthreading import Timer

    # ...

    mytimer = Timer(5, myfn, repeat_count=5, args=[arg1, arg2], kwargs={'foo': bar})

    This is probably not as bad as covering up a builtin like map or max but after working on a project of substantial size I feel it is better practice (though a bit more verbose) to user more explicit full namespacing as a general rule.

    import mypackage.xthreading

    # ...

    mytimer = mypackage.xthreading.Timer(5, myfn, repeat_count=5, args=[arg1, arg2], kwargs={'foo': bar})

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  • lbrandy

    lbrandy

    March 10, 2015, 10:49 am

    A unary operator is one that operates on a single operand. A binary operator is one that operates on two operands. The & symbol, in C, is "overloaded" and is both a unary and a binary operator (same with *, and a few others).

    In the unary form, it represents the address-of. In the binary form, it represents bitwise-AND. The statement:

    c = a & b;

    Can only be interpreted one way, and that is as a binary operation (and so is bitwise and). If you wanted to add one to the location of a variable, you'd write:

    c = a + &b;

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  • jimssc

    jimssc

    March 10, 2015, 1:47 pm

    But what's the solution? You can't increase taxes - that will just spur this behavior. You could completely block US borders to foreign companies or companies with foreign head quarters and then block any transfer of funds between the US and any outside country. But, I imagine that will hurt the average US citizen quite a bit (lost jobs / higher prices). Or you could acknowledge that we live in a global economy and recognize that companies (and individuals) really do have a choice in which country they conduct business in. Nah, that'll never work either!

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  • dpouliot

    dpouliot

    March 10, 2015, 2:32 pm

    Just 2 days in to this thread let's recap:

    so far we've heard from

    - control freaks and professional stalkers telling you to track her whereabouts on GPS and restrict her cash flow

    - violent drunks who've strangled their bitch wives while in a drunken stupor

    - people who've told you to frame her with drugs so you win custody

    - people telling you to drug her

    - people telling you to kill her

    - people telling you to kidnap the child and leave the country (at least one felony)

    - teenagers

    - those who have never been married

    - divorcees

    - the pity party brigade

    The pity party brigade is filled with people who support your emotions rather than your goal. They know almost nothing about your wife other than that you say "she's very bitchy". Yet somehow that is enough information for them to convict her. There are two sides to every story and this one smells like it would come across very different if we were to hear from both sides.

    It sounds to me like you're young, and in the very short span of four years you went from being #1 in your life to #3. This is a very hard transition to make, and a lot of guys screw it up in the process, and in doing so --gues what-- royally piss off their wives (who, by the way, tend to be more emotionally mature than the guys). What happens next is either the guys grow up or they get a divorce. You say she gets on you for "little things", but what may seem little to a guy may not be little to a new wife and a mother. So a little perspective is in order. I'm not saying this is all on your shoulders, clearly it takes two to tango, and she's probably being just as much a little girl as you are being a little boy. But if you want her to start taking responsibility for her contribution to the stressed marriage, then you need to start taking responsibility for your part.

    If you had a goal to climb mt everest and you found it was difficult and wanted to quit, would you seek advice from other people who quit everest? would you blame the mountain for being too difficult? or would you ask someone who's climbed successfully? Or a mountain climbing trainer? Or would you post the matter on reddit? The problem with posting on reddit is the right people to answer your question may not be listening, but there will be plenty of people completely unqualified to answer your question chiming in.

    While I won't try to say that I am a professional on this topic, I seem to be about as close to one as anyone here. When my wife and I first met we did 4 years of intensive self help workshops, and we both went through three years of "teacher training", and we received diplomas as "prosperity teacher". that sounds pretty flaky, but what is involved in that is being able to listen to others stories, and separate the wheat from the chaf, or rather, the emotion from the goals, and then to assist them in meeting their goals. Your goal 4 short years ago was to marry this woman whom you loved and start a family. Your current emotion is "HOLY FUCK THIS SUCKS!!!". Well, many worthy goals are mighty difficult to acheive, that doesn't mean they should be abandoned. Successful people understand that emotions are an obstacle to goal acheivement, so they take their emotions with a big grain of salt.

    Based on what I _haven't_ heard you say about your wife, I must conclude that she:

    - isn't hitting you or the child

    - isn't stealing

    - isn't cheating on you,

    and even (believe it or not):

    - isn't emotionally abusive (there's a big difference between emotional abuse and someone just riding your ass)

    Given that, I'd say for you to bail now is completely irresponsible. It looks to me like you've made your mind up and you just came here looking for the pity party to pat you on the back and say 'there there, you made the right decision by leaving'.

    What you need to do next (in fact, I'd say you are obligated by your marriage vows to do) is to seek professional help. Support groups, relationship groups, counselling, self help videos and books (my wife and I have done each of those). It is best if you do it together, but I don't think it is mandatory. If for some reason you need to do this stuff solo, you can. Trust me, when my wife and I were first together, I was doing support groups. At first she resented them and didn't do them. But eventually, she saw that I was becoming more mature, and she wanted to try them too.

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  • valkyrie123

    valkyrie123

    March 10, 2015, 8:50 am

    Yes I can operate all of those tools and a lot more. I have a shop full of wood working tools, metal working tools and a forge where I make Damascus blades. I live on a farm and am constantly building. I just finished building a half mile of fence, I am about to build a small barn for the cows. I am in the middle of building a brooder house for the chickens. Next summer I have to rebuild an old greenhouse. This summer I built a 32'x64' breeding building for my birds. I have built 42 pens on the farm in the past 2 years. Tomorrow I cut the springs off an old snowmobile trailer and weld on new brackets and install heavy duty springs. Get out of the city and move to farm country, you will learn, or you will die.

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  • outhere

    outhere

    March 10, 2015, 12:11 pm

    I have been offered several student loans, but I don't want to borrow money. I don't have any debt now, which allows my family and I to live a decent life on a moderate income and pay for school without getting into debt. However, I can only pay for one at a time.

    My dilemma is, do I go ahead and take out a loan, going into debt for the first time, so I can continue my education or do I quit and keep my 'pay as you go' philosophy and live debt-free? The ironic thing is, if I quit I can afford to pay for my kids without going back to work, but if I continue, I'll need extra income.

    I am a full-time student, but my classes are early and my school day ends in the early afternoon because I have to pick my up younger kids from school. I guess I could go part-time, but that would mean I'd still be in school when my son starts in 2 years, then I'll be right back with this same problem. My original plan was to get my degree after the oldest graduates and before the next child starts.

    It's a tough situation...I appreciate your thoughts.

    edit: punctuation

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  • rikAtee

    rikAtee

    March 10, 2015, 8:05 am

    I'm a student at uni (Yanks call it college?). My brother, 18 months my senior, has also moved out into a house with his girlfriend and 3 year old stepson.

    My mum gave the family house up as her chicks have flown the nest. When I am not at uni i live with my bro.

    My creepiest thing happened a few months ago, during the break between year two and three of uni. I was at his house, sleeping poorly on the couch. I couldn't sleep as I had a really bad feeling. No idea what it was. Anyway, it got to 4 am when I heard the sound of creeping upstairs, as if something was being scraped/dragged along the floor upstairs, directly above my head. The thing is, that is the area that my nephew's bed is.

    I tried to ignor it. I tried to sleep but the creeping continued so I eventually checked it out, thought...no idea what I thought really.

    His door was open (normal) and the small child safety bar thing was in place (normal). He was sound asleep and there was nothing abnormal.

    I went back down stair and retreated to the couch. I tried tried to sleep but the creeping continued. I checked another 3 or 4 times. Nothing.

    i did not sleep one wink.

    At about 8am, when everyone got up, my bro carried Curtis down stairs and sat him in his breakfast high chair thingy. Curtis was fine but as soon as my brother left the room he stared directly into my eyes and started mumbling words i cannot remember but know a 3 year old shouldn't sound like that.In the tangle of creepy words I made out the sentance "...they are coming for mummy..." he was still staring at me when my bro walked in. As soon as he was in the room Curtis acted normal again. I told my bro, he shrugged it all off.

    About dinner time he was put back in his chair and then my bro left the room again. Curtis started mumbling again and stared at he in his crazy was and all I could make out was "...they have found mummy..."

    I had enough! I got my bro back in the room and showed him Curtis. As soon as my bro was back in the room he acted normal again.

    All this from a 3 year old who can barely speak at all.

    I now refuse to sleep at that place!

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  • nolotusnotes

    nolotusnotes

    March 11, 2015, 12:21 am

    It's been really bad.

    No raise for years and years and years now.

    The last year was the worst. Justifying my existence at work daily. As in "X will be shadowing you for the next several months to see what you do at work." Really.

    Company tanking and we're now at about half the staff as we had two years ago. There are empty cubes EVERYWHERE. You can tell what month/year a person was fired just by looking at the calender on the cube wall. Dead people don't change their calender.

    Whole floors are abandoned.

    It causes a shift in mental perception. I stopped paying bills on time. I stopped getting the mail from the mailbox. I stopped buying anything.

    I started doing mental gymnastics nightly about "how long could I survive starting tomorrow..." It shades everything I do. How I act, react, and plan. It's post-apocalyptic thought 24/7 and it has to stop soon.

    And, I haven't lost my job - yet. Others have it worse. Much worse.

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  • recreational

    recreational

    March 10, 2015, 11:03 pm

    Traditionally, it's been the opposite. Republicans have been the educated, white collars, whereas Democrats have played to a populist, workers/labour driven base. That was the history of the 20th century.

    This last presidential election was the first one in which most people with college degrees voted Democrat. The Republicans are losing their base. All they're being left with are a few racists, fundamentalists and xenophobes cooped up in the South. Not so long ago the Republicans regularly swept New England and the West Coast. Now they're down to the Bible belt- and even in danger of losing that as the latino population increases.

    The Republican party is definitely at the latter end of the phoenix cycle, where the Democrats were in the 80's. They'll reform eventually- probably along the lines of the more rational, libertarian and civil rights conservatives you see in the UK and Germany now. But it's going to be some dark times while that process is ongoing.

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  • tommy255

    tommy255

    March 11, 2015, 12:01 am

    I already responded to your question above, but I'll give you more here:

    from wikipedia:

    "It is unclear how many of the women Smith had sexual relations with. No allegations of Smith progeny from any of the alleged plural wives have ever been proven. As of 2007, there are at least twelve early Latter Day Saints who, based on historical documents and circumstantial evidence, have been identified as potential Smith offspring stemming from plural marriages. In 2005 and 2007 studies, a geneticist with the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation showed "with 99.9 percent accuracy" that five of these individuals were in fact not Smith descendants: Mosiah Hancock (son of Clarissa Reed Hancock), Oliver Buell (son of Prescindia Huntington Buell), Moroni Llewellyn Pratt (son of Mary Ann Frost Pratt), Zebulon Jacobs (son of Zina Diantha Huntington Jacobs Smith), and Orrison Smith (son of Fanny Alger). The remaining seven have yet to be conclusively tested, including Josephine Lyon, for whom current DNA testing cannot provide conclusive evidence either way. Lyon's mother, Sylvia Sessions Lyon, left her daughter a deathbed affidavit telling her she was Smith's daughter."

    "Some of Smith's wives were older women and some of them younger, the youngest known being Helen Mar Kimball, who was 14. Heber C. Kimball, Helen Mar's father, was a devout Church member, Church leader, and close friend of Smith. Heber C. Kimball later married 39 wives. Some historians have viewed these types of unions not as a marital connection but as a dynastic relationship sealing families together, in this case, linking the Kimball family with that of Smith's."

    But perhaps the strongest proof that these marriages were not always physical is **"A number of Smith's "marriages" occurred after his death, with the wife being sealed to Joseph via a proxy who stood in for him."**

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  • RobotBuddha

    RobotBuddha

    March 10, 2015, 10:13 pm

    The big problem in this thread is that people seem to want girls to be this static thing instead of people. I've been with girls who'd think I was a dick for not randomly buying things, even if it was just a card or flowers, to show them I was on their mind. I've been with girls who'd think that kind of thing was a sign of weakness.

    The only real dating advice that's ever done much for me was to just treat women like human beings and find out what each individual likes. But talking's hard, and men and women both want an easy answer they can just write on the back of a flash card.

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  • adamhayek

    adamhayek

    March 10, 2015, 6:46 am

    Is the goal to have a system where the plates affect the terrain on an ongoing basis or is it just to set up the terrain initially?

    I've wanted to try (static) terrain generation with an approach that would start by dividing a land mass with it's continental divide. Then from there add branches that further segment the areas near the divide (the divisions of course end as you get closer to the oceans). You would divide each area further and further until no land area is bigger than some size. Once all the divides are established it would compute a height along all points of the divides, starting at sea level up from peak to peak on the divide and meeting at the highest point in the middle, and then fill in between the divides which are essentially all valleys.

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  • Alprovan

    Alprovan

    March 10, 2015, 8:26 pm

    I'm also recovering from a confirmed case of swine flu. I, very much like the OP, was out of it for several days. I slept for three and a half days, with brief waking periods. I ran a 101 degree fever which gradually eased over the three days.

    Then the crap in your head and lungs starts breaking up, and for the next week, you cough your head off. I'm on my eighth day, since I began having symptoms and I'm nowhere near getting back to normal. I feel good for awhile and then it feels as if I'm getting sick again. I sleep for a couple of hours and I feel good again.

    It's a rough bug. I don't remember being this sick since I was about 5 years old. But I think I've made it through the worst of it.

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