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Comment: interesting listening to him code (Score 1) 449

by Cito (#48463111) Attached to: The Schizophrenic Programmer Who Built an OS To Talk To God

Knowing he's schizophrenic , its interesting listening to him code and try to explain. You can definitely tell and hear the interruptions he has possibly as he may be hearing internal voices or whatnot.

He pushes through the mental interruptions as he tries to explain his code and write code

TempleOS: 5-Minute Random Code Walk-Thru #83: http://youtu.be/mILn4H-UehQ

His channel has over 80 5 minute coding sessions, and its wild hearing him speak as his brain internal voice constantly interrupts him.

Comment: Re:Centrifuge parts (Score 1) 260

by Cito (#48307179) Attached to: Buying Goods To Make Nuclear Weapons On eBay, Alibaba, and Other Platforms

If you read the wiki or watch the defcon video it did get hot

His property was designated superfund cleanup site, all taken to Utah nuclear waste disposal. 5 block radius was evacuated.

He had over safe limits of radioactivity readings 5 blocks away. Geiger counters were saturated off charts on the property.

The breeder was left running for days and the levels were insane

Updated story from UK

On June 26 1996 Davidâ(TM)s boyish experiment shut down a neighborhood of 40,000 residents.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/new...

Photos of the hazmat suits and barrels of radioactive material

How he got thorium

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He bought $1,000 worth of lithium batteries, sawed them down, extracted the element, put it with thorium dioxide in a tin foil ball, cooked it over his Bunsen burner and the result was purified thorium, to 170 times the amount that needs NCR licensing.

He made a list of sources of such materials: Americium-241 could be found in smoke detectors, radium 226 could be found in antique luminous clocks, uranium 238 and quantities of uranium 235 existed in black ore called pitchblende (he has a polaroid picture of glowing pitchblende stuck to his refrigerator today) and thorium 232 is in Coleman style gas lanterns.

Comment: Re:Centrifuge parts (Score 1) 260

by Cito (#48297065) Attached to: Buying Goods To Make Nuclear Weapons On eBay, Alibaba, and Other Platforms

He radiated 5 blocks the breeder got out of control.
He fucked himself up go see photo of his face now

He used radium from antique clocks found a vial of radium in a clock he also had a neutron gun from beryllium and he used to start the reactor, and over days it got hotter and before it got critical he dismantled and panicked.

The government labeled his house a Superfund cleanup site.

But it was enough to build dirty bomb. If he would have taken the radiated source and ground it down and sprayed over a salad bar , water supply, etc he could have caused a cancer increase as alpha and beta are only harmful if ingested or breathed in, the gammas can go right through.

See video link, Hahn could have killed a lot if he went the one evil step further.

But this was in mid 90s pre 9/11

He was arrested for attempting to recreate the reactor couple years ago

David's face: http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix...

From his jail photo from 2nd attempt

He had nearly thousand fire alarms he got from landfills, calling stores tossing out trash or broken ones.

He had thorium from lanterns
Radium
Uranium
Cesium
Americium

Comment: Re:Centrifuge parts (Score 1) 260

by Cito (#48296547) Attached to: Buying Goods To Make Nuclear Weapons On eBay, Alibaba, and Other Platforms

Boy Scouts can :-P

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D...

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A Scout in the Boy Scouts of America, Hahn conducted his experiments in secret in a backyard shed at his mother's house in Commerce Township, Michigan. While his reactor never reached critical mass, Hahn attracted the attention of local police when he was stopped on another matter and they found material in his vehicle that troubled them and he warned that it was radioactive. His mother's property was cleaned up by the Environmental Protection Agency ten months later as a Superfund cleanup site. Hahn attained Eagle Scout rank shortly after his lab was dismantled

Defocon 16 - The true story of the Radioactive Boâ¦: http://youtu.be/z2uXoMA1OmA

Comment: Need to clear overcrowded con? (Score 1) 126

by Cito (#48296389) Attached to: Rhode Island Comic Con Oversold, Overcrowded

Use some powder to make yourself a litle pale, rub fingers in dirt to dirty under fingernails real good, dirty hair a little. Smoke joint for some red eye.

Act sick

While standing in line act like you have flu but casually mention you and friend recently got back from safari vacation outside Liberia but you bright own food so you say its just a flu or cold.

Cough

Have friend make Ebola joke...

Watch place clear out.. :-P

Comment: Re:what a showboat (Score 1) 152

by Cito (#48265887) Attached to: Stan Lee Media and Disney Battle For Ownership of Marvel Characters

What is really sad if the inventor of Wolverine or any of the original characters were to draw and post them online to sell, perhaps in retirement for extra cash they'd be sued into bankruptcy.

Its sad when something you invented on paper you are never allowed to do it again. And if after your death your family finds old artwork of characters Disney can have the place raided and all artwork drawn during his original employment confiscated.

Comment: proof banning guns doesn't harm criminals (Score 2) 331

by Cito (#48197675) Attached to: 3D-Printed Gun Earns Man Two Years In Japanese Prison

Every member of the yakuza have pistols, and the various gangs. But banning guns keeps civilians from defending themselves.

When you ban guns it never stops criminals from getting them. It makes it easier for criminals to get and easier for them to use to take whatever. Its also why the yakuza are more powerful than their own government

Comment: Re:Ok, but (Score 1) 580

by Cito (#48117461) Attached to: FBI Says It Will Hire No One Who Lies About Illegal Downloading

But wait a minute...

Say you got mp3s legally from Grooveshark but decade later you found out those mp3s were not legal, but you were under the understanding they were.

Or for my time, when Napster first came out it was legal, Dave Grohl uploaded tracks to Napster and even bragged about their band using it on the HBO Dennis Miller show.

But it became "retroactively" illegal

FBI is horseshit

Will bitcoin militia to make ice,nsa, fbi, cia, go boom

Comment: Re:Bring back the WinNuke! (Score 1) 155

by Cito (#48099557) Attached to: Europol Predicts First Online Murder By End of This Year

I remember my Slackware 2.0.29 kernel would freeze in a winnuke I found that back then slack opened 139 by default for shared drives via samba

Samba was formed as it had exact bug windows did when a fragmented packet hit 139 both OS would crash.

I think it was 2.0.31 that fixed the problem letting those packets get ignored or something its been a long time.

Slackware was fixed fast, but widows was vulnerable for long long time.

Used to troll irc and winnuke channels watching all the timeouts.

Teardrop was fun, it brought the similar bug back

Then there was modem bugs, ctcp +++atz I think it was and it forced modems to hangup. You could also send string to hang up modem and dial a 900 number to piss off some kids parents when they got bill

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