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Comment: Re:Yawn. (Score 0) 302

by Famak1994 (#47813143) Attached to: Study: Antarctic Sea-Level Rising Faster Than Global Rate
Oh no life is going to end as we know it...FOR !2 fucking time! Who gives a fucking shit! You're not going to stop it. I'm not going to stop it. The corporate ologarchy in washing isn't going to stop. NOT SING FUCKING MOTHER FUCKER IS GOING TO DO A GOD DAMN FUCKING THING., Climate this, climate that, you're all a bunch of degenerate fucking monkies and NOT one of you knows what the fuck is really going on.. Neither do I, so just shut fuck up with all over nonsense.

Comment: Yawn. (Score 0) 302

by Famak1994 (#47801959) Attached to: Study: Antarctic Sea-Level Rising Faster Than Global Rate
Even if all the ice in the world melted tomorrow we'd still have more than enough land mass for nature and humans to thrive on. Sure, many coastal cities would vanish under the waves, but that would force us to build in smarter places instead of wasting tons of resources on something that will eventually get swallowed.

Comment: Re:As a girl working in tech... (Score 0) 117

by Famak1994 (#47793745) Attached to: Google's Megan Smith Would Be First US CTO Worthy of the Title
Unfortunately, we live in a world where 'publicity' generates profits....There was a time in the 60s when feminism was a legit cause, but now it has become a tool for advertisers. I mean, Google does generate $5 per person per day that utilizes their services...That's nearly 2k a year they're leaching off of each and every one of you... The problem is not with not enough women in tech, the problem is with ads.

Comment: Re: Pussy Power! (Score 0) 117

by Famak1994 (#47793671) Attached to: Google's Megan Smith Would Be First US CTO Worthy of the Title
The problem with equality is that it assumes that one size fits all regardless of race, sex, or culture. It's not a cut and dry subject, there needs to be boundaries that all parties can not only establish but agree upon. But we must also accept the fact that we will be arguing about this until the end of time. In which case, we need to establish certain rules that will cater to future generations as time goes on so that we're not tied down by rules, in ages passed, that may no longer apply to said generation.

Comment: Re:It is more akin to property, not to money... (Score 1) 135

Money is nothing more than the control of a nations' debt in the form of imaginary numbers which is why the FEDs can print endless amounts of it. Currency on the other hand is a 'medium of exchange' which is exactly what bitcoin is. While money is a form of debt aka financial slavery. Case in point, the value of the US Dollar has continuously dropped for the past hundred years because of monetary practices: http://www.intellectualtakeout...

Comment: Anything against monetarism is a crime (Score 1) 135

Of course bitcoin is a form of laundering. But then again, monetarism is a form of financial enslavement by a central entity which of course is the exact opposite of what bitcoin is since it's completely decentralized among other things. All in all, this argument of whether or not bitcoin is 'money' is moot given the fact that it is under no centralized control...That and money is not a currency given the fact that it's simply an imaginary number invented by those in control of a nations debt. However, bitcoin can be called a currency since it embodies the very definition of what a currency actually is: a medium of exchange. While money on the other hand is a form of debt....Take a look at any dollar and it will read it is a form of debt rather than a medium of exchange no thanks to centralized banks taking control of our nation at the turn of the 19th century. Just remember, money is not currency and currency is not money.

An age is called Dark not because the light fails to shine, but because people refuse to see it. -- James Michener, "Space"