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Submission + - Community-sourced news site, soylentnews.org, goes live 18 18

umafuckit writes: soylentnews.org is the new way of taking the pulse of the nerd community. Soylentnews is a grassroots-based platform with the content feeds are powered by readers like you. The objective is to highlight news stories of general importance to everyone, but especially nerds. News about technology, art, science and politics: it's all there. Soylentnews is the new kid on the block and will adapt quickly to satisfy our community's needs and and push boundaries like never before. This is a real community site: no changes in format without a general consensus from the community. Stop by and see what you think of the freshly-launched site.

Comment Re:Wacky thinking (Score 1) 430 430

My refusal to disbelieve stems from M theorists predicting 12 dimensions and our knowledge of the 4 we can directly observe being just pathetic. We're just not currently qualified to even speculate. Science, yo; if you can't prove something, you don't go around saying it's true.

Also, it's just prudent to not go around giving the finger to things that can lightning bolt your ass unless you're absolutely certain they don't exist.

Comment Re:Wacky thinking (Score 1) 430 430

If you say so. It's been my experience that most anyone who brings up their atheism is very vocal in their gnosticism; usually to the point of being an intolerant dickhead about it. Which is why, despite not being a theist myself, I flatly reject the label of atheist.

Comment Re:Retire from sailing the Bay in search of booty. (Score 3, Informative) 160 160

Erm, bit of a problem there. First, DRM was never removed. Second, streaming is still only available at shit quality. Third, prices haven't dropped on any service that even looks like it might in the future become useful.

Comment Re:a pittance in ayn rands america. (Score 1) 111 111

You're an idiot. No group of devs, no matter how good they were or how many were hired, ever wrote a single piece of software more complicated than Hello World without bugs in it. Paying for bug reports instead of the standard of ignoring them or prosecuting the reporter is the right way to do things.

Comment Re:Everyone creates arbitrary lines (Score 2) 628 628

An interesting line of thought. By that reasoning you'd expect a venn diagram of vegetarians and abortion proponents to be two separate circles in all but the earliest term abortions. Based strictly on the average political affiliation of the two groups though, I doubt this would be the case.

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