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Comment: Re:Of course we can (Score 1) 135

by flyneye (#47907159) Attached to: If We Can't Kill Cancer, Can We Control It?

Go to Youtube and search for "Run from the Cure"
It seems marijuana cures most cancers and many other diseases.
Of course, this will never be official news due to the Medical Industry, the Government with their U.N. treaty against marijuana, the Media with their livelihood dependent on government and all the people who see it as "too good to be true" because they never heard it from a doctor, the government or the media.
Not actually medicine that makes you high, this comes from vegetative plants in the pre-flower stage. You can't patent marijuana, so the medical industry will never be producing this cure.

Comment: Re:What are the bounds of property? (Score 1) 159

by flyneye (#47907127) Attached to: Justice Sotomayor Warns Against Tech-Enabled "Orwellian" World

According to the UCC, the monster can use the land under jurisdiction of the Fed, meanwhile the land is part of the state. Not yours.
You can buy and sell value, but when it comes down to it, Eminent Domain, or Debt. can flick you like a flea at any point. You actually own shit. You use land.
The statement that you own land is a laymans perspective that isn't questioned often enough for the public to realize, that isn't the case.

Comment: Re:enh (Score 1) 159

by flyneye (#47907073) Attached to: Justice Sotomayor Warns Against Tech-Enabled "Orwellian" World

Wasn't actually talking about city property. If you live in the city, you don't expect privacy anyway.
If you want to take pictures at night, don't expect to see much.
I envision a sky filled with drones, armed drones downing camera drones, home radar systems, anti-drone EMP missles.
Necessity fuels the future.

Comment: Re:enh (Score -1, Troll) 159

by flyneye (#47898321) Attached to: Justice Sotomayor Warns Against Tech-Enabled "Orwellian" World

Peeping toms are bad, mmmkay? Left up to me, I'd put a deer rifle on ANY drone over my "Ponderosa", just to be sure.
Best to fly higher than I can shoot and take less detailed pictures. You don't need to SEE what's going on on my property. If you think you do, you don't.
If you come around looking for your missing drone, don't expect to make it home.

Comment: Re:What are the bounds of property? (Score -1, Flamebait) 159

by flyneye (#47898249) Attached to: Justice Sotomayor Warns Against Tech-Enabled "Orwellian" World

I think flying above others property is fine, but once you begin taking photos clear enough to illuminate ones private life, you are as good as a peeping tom.
The last peeper I found outside my window, I put a small shovel across the back of his head, threw him in the trunk, drove him out of town a couple of counties and dumped his sorry ass after a good beating. I think that hunting drones over your property and the owner at the controls is perfectly acceptable. Righteous too.
Don't like it? Tough shit, think twice.

Comment: Re: hahaaa.... (Score 1) 181

by flyneye (#47898195) Attached to: The MOOC Revolution That Wasn't

I agree with your post and would add; that people DO educate themselves via internet methods. Given their preferences, rather than being directed on a course of study to complete someones requirements to a path of employment, filled with information not wanted, therefore time wasted, people tend to learn the parts they need to complete the education they need, for the purpose at hand.
Youtube has enabled me to study many things, to my satisfaction, or at least put me on to the paths I need to attain my goals. I can count at least 4 fields of study I have indulged in, during the last 3 years or so. Without it, I wouldn't have had the time, money or resources to have done this.
I believe the Massive Open Online Courses are successful, but in a way they do not desire them to be. People filter out the parts they do not want. Schooling has always been a one-size-fits-all proposition. The self taught may have no degrees, but find success in their own ways by making their education work toward the ends they desire. This doesn't always involve working for someone else, which is a more desirable goal for the sort of people who make their own educations.
Perhaps the dissatisfaction with the Open Courses is; it isn't producing the drones that classical education does.

Comment: Re: Read the GP's comment, fuckface. (Score 1) 280

by flyneye (#47898089) Attached to: California Declares Carpooling Via Ride-Share Services Illegal

By deleting the Unions, the ability to charge actual overhead and a reasonable profit margin, would then be possible. When you add the extra wages of every union hand that has touched your goods, it adds up to waaaaay more than taxes ever did. Another perspective is; non union people (the majority of us) would be able to enjoy a higher standard of living. The unions account for that missing value for cost. It's artificial, it's inflation. Capitalism is still far better than the alternatives.

OS/2 must die!