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Comment: Exotic Matter (Score 0) 76

by lazy genes (#47390767) Attached to: What Came First, Black Holes Or Galaxies?
Blackholes have been here since day one. They are simply matter that came from our neighboring universes. They follow different quantum laws than the matter in our universe. Our universe is a stream and it is flowing in one direction. The big bang is only an allusion. If the Andromeda galaxy was moving away from us, we would see that the universe was shrinking instead of expanding.

Comment: Know thyself (Score 0) 333

I can do thought experiments that last for months. When I am awake, I do research and when I am asleep, I dream about the problem and find alternatives. I can stay awake for days and sleep for days. The only way to do this is to know thyself so it does not interfere with your thought process.

Comment: Weather Prediction Gene (Score 0) 133

by lazy genes (#47381231) Attached to: Tibetans Inherited High-Altitude Gene From Ancient Human
I win sports handicapping contests by using only weather variables to predict if a home team is going to win or lose. I have been doing this for several years. I won the NFL contest the last 2 years in a row, beating over 200 other contestants for the $1000 prize and I am the top MLB handicapper for the last three contests that I have entered. I believe that there is a gene that hunter gatherers depended on to warn them of poor weather conditions. I find certain weather conditions make the home team preform differently than the away team. So if bad weather is in the area the home team is not as productive (lazy and tired) and lose more often. This would help the hunter gatherer by subconsciously keeping him home if bad weather was coming in the near future and it would make the away team more alert so they could have the energy to get shelter.

Comment: Helmet Laws for Pedestrians (Score 0) 577

by lazy genes (#47373981) Attached to: Unintended Consequences For Traffic Safety Feature
Humans cannot be this stupid. The current auto transportation system is the most unsustainable way to move. 90% of the weight of the car can be disposed of when you put them on rails and let a computer drive it. You then can move 20 times faster on 20x less energy with no accidents. This type of system would pay for itself in less than 1 year. The wars we fight to fuel this system is just a symptom of how unsustainable it truly is. Who in their right mind would think that people can drive at 55 mph and only have a painted line on the road to protect them. You people are fucking idiots if you think our species will survive another 40 years with the system we have now.

Comment: Galaxies Orbit (Score 0) 74

by lazy genes (#47339863) Attached to: Trio of Big Black Holes Spotted In Galaxy Smashup
Galaxies usually orbit around a massive round one in their cluster. The shape of spiral galaxies is produced by the shape of the fabric of space time as they approach each other at the end of their cycle. After they pass each other they change shape and will evolve into every type of galaxy shape until they finish the cycle as a spiral. The orbiting galaxies flip when they reach the farthest distance from each other and start back on another collision course. Each shape is specific to their position of the cycle.

Comment: Help Wanted (Score 0) 50

by lazy genes (#47338153) Attached to: Visualizing Algorithms
I have been working on an algorithm that predicts the outcome of sporting events based solely on weather variables. I have improved each year and now I am winning handicapping contests and making money every year. I have developed another algorithm that predicts the temperature that is based solely on lunar cycles. I know that they can be improved, but I lack the knowledge and skills to do it. If anyone is interested I would be happy to share what I discovered.

Comment: Eveyone here is a retard (Score 0) 380

by lazy genes (#47328333) Attached to: New Chemical Process Could Make Ammonia a Practical Car Fuel
The sustainability issue with transportation is not related to fuel. If you put automobiles on rails and let a computer drive them,you can go 10x faster on 10x less fuel with no accidents. The biggest benefit is that you no longer need to wait in line at a bus stop or train station. There are soooo many other things that you could be doing instead of driving, like talking on your cell phone. The energy savings are enormous with this system and would pay back construction costs in less than 5 years.

Comment: Re:Trains (Score 0) 501

Those systems are good, but they are still not sustainable. The trains are only efficient if they are full and if they only stop once. The other sustainability issue is the waiting time and scheduling. We need a system that would give a person the ability to travel anywhere and at anytime and never stop until they reach the destination they desire. Lost time is sooooo unsustainable. The physical energy and stress that humans spend moving from point A to point B is another factor. We have the technology but lack the wisdom to actually build a system that is sustainable. It would only take several years to build and would pay itself back in less time. Its almost like we are designed to waste energy.

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