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Comment: Re: Better known as... (Score 1) 45

by FatdogHaiku (#48546619) Attached to: A Common Logic To Seeing Cats and the Cosmos

I also think they're underestimating cats. But If they're connecting deep learning systems to telescopes (which is not explicitly stated), when a cat is positively identified, perhaps somewhere millions of light-years away and hundreds of thousands of light-years across, I guess we'll be sorry.

And then all we would need to do to contact extraterrestrial beings is turn our solar system into a giant can opener and broadcast the sound for about ten seconds. This would have the added benefit of allowing our study of the seemingly faster than light response cats tend to exhibit...

Comment: futhermore... (Score 1) 452

by FatdogHaiku (#48461153) Attached to: The Schizophrenic Programmer Who Built an OS To Talk To God uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is only valid for the following names:,,,,,,,,,,,,
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Comment: Re:They're thinkin' Big! (Score 1) 588

by FatdogHaiku (#48418823) Attached to: Marijuana Legalized In Oregon, Alaska, and Washington DC

I demand more intelligent trolls! Why does /. only have stupid trolls?

Once they attain a moderate level of intelligence they run for public office and are then too busy to come back and visit us.
Or they might be getting baked and looking at LOLcats...
Like this guy: Internet Troll

Comment: Re:But but but (Score 1) 55

by FatdogHaiku (#48382217) Attached to: HYREL 3-D Printers Were Developed by 3-D Printer Users (Video)

...The filament coming from the reel is obviously too curved, but a bigger reel would be less practical (PLA would absorb significant moisture before the reel is used up).

A small incandescent bulb might relax the filament with a touch of radiated heat...
You might need to add a reflector or back reflector depending on the size of the area but I'd start with just a night light blub.

Mediocrity finds safety in standardization. -- Frederick Crane