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Comment: Re:Just leave my microbiome alone (Score 1) 21

by invictusvoyd (#47460361) Attached to: Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria
Part of the problem is people changing (upgrading?) their phones every six months . That really does not make sense. I can make a PC last for 5 years ( with linux) . The cell phone industry is a profit oriented pseudo innovative group of capitalists who dont care . The phrase "too many standards to choose from" is most reflected in the cell phone industry.

Comment: P2P helps movie buffs outside the US (Score 5, Informative) 214

by invictusvoyd (#47448169) Attached to: Economist: File Sharing's Impact On Movies Is Modest At Most
There are a lot of movie buffs in countries where good foreign and hollywood movies are not released. Video libraries are poorly equipped for the niche films and are usually expensive. P2P provides these people with movies they'd wanna watch . I dont think that'd hurt the industry much .. maybe they'll get a few foreign fans .

Comment: Re:Translation (Rough) (Score 1) 230

by invictusvoyd (#47442333) Attached to: Geographic Segregation By Education
That makes me imagine , what if people like Steve Jobs were running after jobs with their resume? There is something fundamentally wrong in this whole thing . There is something fundamentally unstable . You are just being exploited by someone whi inturn is being exploited by someone else .. something is wrong..

Comment: To form supermassive blackholes (Score 0) 76

by invictusvoyd (#47387339) Attached to: What Came First, Black Holes Or Galaxies?
There need to be supermassive stars . Like this one which is 265 solar masses ! . Chandrashekars limit tells us that a star will collapse into a black hole at >= 5 solar masses . I somehow always imagined supermassive giants collapsing into black holes and galaxies forming around them . The question is is ther only one supermassive star in a galaxy ? or per galaxy? . What if another massive star in a galaxy goes supernova and collapses. will it disturb the gravitational balance?

I took a fish head to the movies and I didn't have to pay. -- Fish Heads, Saturday Night Live, 1977.