Assume a spherical man.
Watt goes around, comes around.
Bezos "on a computer" http://appft1.uspto.gov/netacg...
Bezos on the ocean [http://mashable.com/2013/03/20/jeff-bezos-nasa-apollo-11-engines/]
Elon on the ocean http://www.ibtimes.com/spacex-...
The beast of Tenagra http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1...
Elon, his sales (sic) unfurled http://www.teslamotors.com/blo...
I'm here with hundreds of people who have gathered to witness what has
been described as perhaps the greatest solar energy event in Earth Day history.
All we know for sure is that in a very few moments there are going to be a lot
of happy people out here...
Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
Alternatively, is the mouse named Caesar?
It's "Beowulf", not "Beowolf", you silly guys.
Earlier you said something about your Mother Russia.
Please go on.
Torpedoes and depth charges are much worse and no-one asks for permission to fire those...
Well this is a very interesting point. However, is it correct that those are worse? Are there some numbers to support this idea?
By 2045? How about already today.
Put your hand into the box.
Since microelectronics, people don't re-wire CPUs anymore...well, they do if it's FPGAs and such. But even in the late 1960s computers were constructed with discrete electronic parts on PCBs. We got a lot of milage out of those vintage machines. I remember hooking up a primitive (by today's standards) logic analyzer to trace signals through the CPU, replacing components such as pulse amplifiers and flip-flops that comprised machine registers. In a research lab setting, it was not uncommon to modify the machines -- for example, new circuits to support dynamic paging (memory bus modifications, associative memory tables, etc.) So I am sure the working EDSAC machine must have had modifications that were not even recorded on these diagrams they have recovered. The story reminds me of a logbook entry that another hacker wrote when repairing the PDP-6 at the MIT AI Lab around 1982. It simply read, "Found wiring here not on schematic. Repaired circuit."
By Ford, without monitoring, however else will you sort the Betas from the Deltas?
Question, though: In the 15 minute forced socialization breaks, do they pass a Loving Cup?
I for one welcome our potassium-40 bearing fruity overlords....
It doesn't matter what engineers want. The question is, what do the robots want. Once they want to replace us, they will, because at that point they're advanced enough to be able to do that.
Kill all humans
Zazzle.com. A web site that I've never heard of before, but won't ever be visiting...