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Comment: Re:Cool idea, but never happen... (Score -1) 368

by Abuzar (#42978131) Attached to: NASA's Basement Nuclear Reactor

Oh, that's interesting. What exactly did you buy? How much did it cost? I'd love to learn more details. Maybe I can do the same on my roof.
I went to Canadian Tire this month, but with the products that I saw, it didn't look to be an enticing deal in terms of the energy produced for the cost of the products, so I'd be interested to see how you've managed to work it out.

Comment: Something's wrong cuz OkCupid works for me! (Score -1) 473

by Abuzar (#37204114) Attached to: Why Nobody Wants You On OKCupid

Uh, what do you mean no one's interested on OkCupid? It's the one site where I do get connected. The other sites don't work, but I meet a decent amount of people on okcupid. Just sayin' !

On the other hand, everytime I post on slashdot, my posts get marked down as bad karma. People here seem to have a hate on for exploring diverse ideas. I never get ANY love from slashdot geeks and they're soooooooo rude, insensitive and inconsiderate.
That's why I'm mostly on okcupid these days. I get to meet all these nice smart and sensitive people, like the girl who's into Cognitive Neuroscience I met last month, another one who's a hairstylist 6 months ago, and one who's going to college also 6 months ago, and the one-time hookup deal with another person two weeks ago, and now we're developing a friendship, etc.

On slashdot, I just come here for the news (mostly interested in Quantum Mechancis), and then I just bolt. Something about too much Machismo, it's just not sexy.
Well, this is all the time I'm willing to spend on slashdot. I'm going to go check my okcupid account.

Comment: Re:Someone assfuck the writer please (Score -1) 160

by Abuzar (#33111018) Attached to: Defeating Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle

> Heisenburg DID say that you CANNOT know these things, that they CANNOT be measured,
> that it actually kinda seems like you CAN.
> This is the difference. Newton/Einstein weren't really ruling anything out. Heisenburg kinda
> was. That changes how wrong they can be.

That interpretation is too fine-grained. You're splitting hairs.

Comment: Re:Someone assfuck the writer please (Score -1) 160

by Abuzar (#33110902) Attached to: Defeating Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle

>> Someone assfuck the writer please

> Ah, I see you're looking for an academic discussion here.

No, I'm not looking for an academic discussion. Am just posting my pov.
And I like using colorful language, and assfucking is colorful language.
Assfucking is also fun. Well, I like.

> You would call that "building" on that limit?

Yup :-)


Net Users In Belarus May Soon Have To Register 89

Posted by timothy
from the not-just-register-their-displeasure dept.
Cwix writes "A new law proposed in Belarus would require all net users and online publications to register with the state: 'Belarus' authoritarian leader is promising to toughen regulation of the Internet and its users in an apparent effort to exert control over the last fully free medium in the former Soviet state. He told journalists that a new Internet bill, proposed Tuesday, would require the registration and identification of all online publications and of each Web user, including visitors to Internet cafes. Web service providers would have to report this information to police, courts, and special services.'"

Comment: Re:As if! (Score -1, Troll) 314

by Abuzar (#30093870) Attached to: Micro-Black Holes Make Poor Planet Killers

Heh, asshole moderators... can't tell the difference between a difference of opinion and trolling. With such intellectually challenged homo sapiens in existence, I shudder to think what frame of mind those who work at the LHC... no, let's not go there. Some things just shouldn't be imagined. Suffice it to say that if major disaster does strike humanity, it shan't be such a great loss.

You can be replaced by this computer.