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Comment: Re:Yeah, no. (Score 1) 412

by Culture20 (#49765313) Attached to: What AI Experts Think About the Existential Risk of AI

we've had quite a few very high intelligences in our society over time. None of them have posed an "existential crisis" for the the planet, the the human race, or my cats.

Only because the Vice Presidential Action Rangers stopped them from creating a singularity with the LHC. And that was when they were led by Biden but before they restored Gygax with the vampire bacillus.

Comment: Warning: RAID 0 (Score 2, Interesting) 226

by Culture20 (#49742991) Attached to: Linux 4.0 Has a File-System Corruption Problem, RAID Users Warned
RAID 0 is unstable to begin with. Medium case scenario here (for legitimate use) is some data gets corrupted on a compute node. Run the program on two nodes; if you get the same result on both, that result is probably fine. If you're running RAID0 on any filesystem that isn't temporary or at least easily replaceable, you're doing it wrong.

Comment: Re:Sue Storm has always been powerful (Score 1) 228

by Culture20 (#49736727) Attached to: Marvel's Female Superheroes Are Gradually Becoming More Super

Another that gets forgotten is the Scarlet Witch, magneto's daughter.

In one arc her powers run amok and completely change the whole of reality for nearly everyone, including most mutants.

*Begin Spoiler*

* Spoiler: It's not 100% her fault. A retcon in Children's Crusade revealed that she meddled with forces beyond her control to try and recreate her children. Those forces caused her to attack the Avengers in the Disassembled arc and eventually House of M.

*End Spoiler*

Human beings were created by water to transport it uphill.