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12788619 No.12788619 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12796375

>energy curves spacetime
>gravitational field energy density of electron is so low we don’t need it in Dirac equation, use Minkowski metric instead
>Electric field energy density is singular as r->0 for electron

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>> No.12795145
Quoted By: >>12795847

it's not so much that it's difficult, it's that it's useless. what is the point of using gravity to determine precision up to the 25th decimal when the best detectors don't allow you to measure precisely beyond 5 decimals and when the order of calculations you used in qed mean that your theoretical prediction is only accurate to the 10th decimal.
it's like measuring a specific grain of sand and comparing to the size of the earth: maybe you can measure the grain with precision but that individual grain won't matter when sizing up a planet

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>> No.12795847

>determining Landé g factor analytically is useless

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>> No.12796375

>>energy curves spacetime
You failed physics in high school didn't you, OP?

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12788552 No.12788552 [DELETED] [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12789063


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>> No.12788786

just guess 2pi

>> No.12788793

just post the whole thing

>> No.12789004
Quoted By: >>12789066

just evaluate it as a riemann sum

>> No.12789063

Solve some bitches on your dick lmao

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>riemann sum
What`s that?

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12788535 No.12788535 [Reply] [Original]

hamburger cheeseburger big mac hopper

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12788534 No.12788534 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12789491

> uni forces students to take 10 credits of general courses
> 30 mins into first lecture and i'm already losing it

why are we here? just to suffer?

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Quoted By: >>12789707

>have to take intro to economics class (even though I had one in high school)
>an entire chapter is dedicated to proving that economics is a science and that economists are scientists
>had to write a paper about how the scientific method can be used on the economy

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Quoted By: >>12789575

TIL Germany is all of Europe
We can freely name them here, the worst you get is a Twitter ban.

>> No.12789575

wasn't this girl about to get thrown in jail and didn't she say something in the lines of writing her Mein Kampf behind the bars?

>> No.12789582

>falling for the Jewish scam of (((university)))
top kek

>> No.12789707

>an entire chapter is dedicated to proving that economics is a science and that economists are scientists
>had to write a paper about how the scientific method can be used on the economy

no fucking way

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12788489 No.12788489 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12792246

Are we nothing but a mere machine?

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>> No.12792190

>nobody knows
I'm pretty sure I know

>> No.12792193

The brain is a highly networked computation, each neuron being a sizable computer in itself.

>> No.12792246

>Are we nothing but a mere machine?
that's right, but look at it like this: nothing else is more than a mere machine and most things are way less than that.

>> No.12792423

Self-awareness is the only unquestionable thing for a subject, retard.

>> No.12792480

I think his point wasnt free will so much as the feeling of an 'I'. Everything you experience might be an illusion, but the feeling of existence itself cannot be an illusion.

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12788370 No.12788370 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12789604

I've been strolling around some Linkedin profiles of students who got their math or physics degree and most if not all of them are either unemployed or they're doing shit ass jobs (lab assistant at high school, the teacher helped, disabled kids assistant...), this is what you get for studying a subject without any specialization (mechanics, engineering or med).

>> No.12788408 [DELETED]

Technically the only people who deserve anything are those who do manual labor and actually build civilization with their hands. Everyone else is just a parasite stealing from those people. Studying physics and math is way more respectable than anything “specialized” as you put it. Although no person who goes to college deserves anything.

>> No.12788417

You realize all those burnouts only cite a bachelor's right? Masters and PhD are employable. Bachelor's aren't. A bs. in math is just that: bs

>> No.12789604

I work only with physics and math bachelor's. They're unemployed because those degree programs are not telling them the jobs they should be applying for. FYI if you have a BS in physics and math, work for the DoD as a civilian they eat you up and they'll pay for your masters/PhD. In addition look for jobs in the following focuses:

-Applied Statistics for physical things (if you're a physics student)
-Operations Research
-General Research Analyst

You have to look around a lot, because retards in HR and snobby mathematicians and physicists won't let you call yourself one without a PhD so all the BS jobs get filtered into these stupid obscurified names. Research Analyst especially is full of bullshit since it changes based on every company, some want fucking business majors for retards sake.

Anyway, look around on https://www.onetonline.org/ as well. Fucking job sites like glassdoor and indeed are shit for actually filtering by more obscure job titles. Onetonline is much better for finding job titles first (and skills needed/associated with them) and THEN job postings.

>> No.12789611

I'm better at my job than people with degrees.

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12788335 No.12788335 [Reply] [Original]

Why should old people be allowed to receive organ transplants when there are are plenty of young people needing them? I don't see it being unethical to deny someone an organ because they're too old but I can't find a law against old cunts stealing organs in any country. Is there anywhere that halts the OAP?

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>> No.12789173
Quoted By: >>12789187

>not everyone can be lucky
then no one should be allowed to be
weird straw man pretending people who need transplants did it to themselves. let’s say someone did destroy their own liver through drinking - it just pushes the bad luck a bit further. why do they have such horrible anxiety that they’re forced to drink themselves into a haze every day?

>> No.12789176
Quoted By: >>12789186

>all lucky people starve within a few months because there’s not a single skilled or intelligent or useful one among them
Are you seriously implying genetics play no role in intelligence? Many smart people have good genes, and over half of millionaires are self-made. There would be plenty of intelligent and skilled people left based on your arbitrary criteria.

>> No.12789186

>self made
if you’re good looking you aren’t self made anything. you were handed everything through charity. guessing that eliminates 90% of “””self made””” men.

>> No.12789187

>then no one should be allowed to be
So then you disagree with OP, age shouldn't be a factor in acquiring an organ transplant? Because that's already the case.

>> No.12789407

because only rich old people partake? like Epstein and all his good close friends.

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12788325 No.12788325 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12789322 >>12789345

So where did all of that money go, where did the trillions of dollars that have influx into the colleges/universities since the beginning of the new millennium?It feels like universities have as much capacity as they did in the early 2000s.

Classrooms are over packed & tuition keeps on going up so why haven't the schools been building additional capacity? Why do schools need to discriminate against race?

>> No.12789322

pomf what the fuck happened to you? you just disappeared

>> No.12789345

IT. The colleges have online spaces and speeds are increasing tremendously. Hence you can afford to educate the bedbound, sick and lazy.

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12788246 No.12788246 [Reply] [Original]

>oh, you need good vision so you can see your environment and not die by falling into a hole or get eaten? let me just take that away real quick
who green-lit this shit?

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>> No.12788562

It's caused by a nutrient deficiency. Not genetic.

>> No.12788708
Quoted By: >>12788798

Modern humans look at things closer to them way more often, books, tv, computers, etc. You don't often look at the horizon or those trees way in the distance
That's why this problem is becoming so large.

>> No.12788724

It's more like
>oh I give you this sophisticated and refined tool to see and you train it to only look at small print close to your face? then that's all you will ever do with it!

>> No.12788781

This goes even deeper, blindy.
You need to see reality, if you wish to make proper assumptions about it. Luckily I see very good.

>> No.12788798

when you don't have myopia you can still look at stuff up close, it just takes a little bit of effort. when you have it you can't look at faraway stuff at all, super dumb

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12788245 No.12788245 [Reply] [Original]

what the fuck

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>> No.12792059

i'm curious if anyone in this thread can actually say that

>> No.12792233

I just want to know if they gave the place 2 new names or what's the deal.


>> No.12792361

In phonetic respelling for english speakers:

>> No.12792366


/x/ is pronounced harsher than /h/ like in German "H" or "Ch" and the Jewish "Kh"

So /x?p?x???t?p??sk?c?/ is perhaps more accurately:


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12788243 No.12788243 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12789051 >>12789177


so now that the dust has settled who was in the right?

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>> No.12789051

Why did they ruin their faces with btoox? and why both of them at the same time? "My twin fucked up his face, i'll do the same i guess"

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>> No.12789103

lol what? American degrees are worthless. You have literal degree mills pumping out worthless papers.

>> No.12789177

The bogs, after all they witnessed the big bang

>> No.12789275

post sources for everything in here

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12788194 No.12788194 [Reply] [Original]

is there a device that hinder concentration remotly?

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>> No.12790350

barking dogs in neighbors yards that won't shut up

>> No.12790551

yeah its called a smartphone

>> No.12790567

Yeah it's called 4chan.

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12788189 No.12788189 [Reply] [Original]

>study engineering at european university
>everything is done except msc thesis
>the normal way around here is to get a job and write about your job
>can't get a job after numerous applications
>ask professors for a topic
>they dont really give a fuck and ironically tell you to find a job
what would you do in this situation? kys?

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>> No.12789796

Just read papers bro

>> No.12790138

>be doing MSc in mol bio
>just help out on some PhD research project and write what I did

>> No.12790224

>what would you do in this situation?
Get a job
I heard mcdonalds is looking for burger engineers

>> No.12790347
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>doing English Lit degree at some shit hole
>read books and write essays on the day they're due
I'm just gonna work at some random office somewhere and I'll be fine.

>> No.12790375

just do what your professor told you and get a job.
why did you want an msc? do you want a job that uses your msc? do you want to do a phd? what's your aim here?
why can you not just write about the research you did?

if you still have problems, then i found the two links below incredibly useful



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12788168 No.12788168 [Reply] [Original]

Is there air dust everywhere?
Are we basically eating, drinking, and breathing this all the time?

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>> No.12788178

That's why you should breathe with your nose.

>> No.12788210
Quoted By: >>12788308

Is that a crack on your favela tinshack?

>> No.12788308

it kinda does look like my favela

>> No.12788797
Quoted By: >>12788861

Its actually light dust, not air dust, notice how you never see it in the dark.

>> No.12788861

But it still exists, floats around, even without light I would guess. If not then that would be confusing & interesting
It's funny though how we live surrounded by this and it's relegated as something we see sometimes with sunlight

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12788148 No.12788148 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12788205

My historic targeted individual case

No thought required

>> No.12788205

What signal is this, what's running it?

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12788107 No.12788107 [Reply] [Original]

Do you know any violent games with cute anime girls with cel shaded graphics like pic related?

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12788033 No.12788033 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12788244

If she was a man with the same level of looks, would people still watch her videos?
Whatever the answer is in your head right now, how does this impact the academic world as a whole?

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>> No.12788234

Average is anything from 4-6. Beauty is averaged at 5 with a standard deviation of about 1 (maybe 1.5). This woman is most definitely not 2-3 standard deviations high in the beauty department. At most she's 1 standard deviation above the mean, which is average beauty. She's a 6, and on a really good day at most a 7.

>> No.12788244
Quoted By: >>12788279 >>12788283

It's a parasocial relationship.
She's attractive-ish, in an unconventional way, and does the whole shy, awkward autistic thing, which makes her seem somewhat attainable to the simps, at least in their imagination.
Her simps could never, even in their imagination, see themselves with a genuine smokeshow like Nancy PI.

>> No.12788275

>simp simp simp simp
go back to /v/, reddit or twitter, whichever one you came from

>> No.12788279

>a genuine smokeshow like Nancy PI
Nancy is 10x uglier tho

>> No.12788283

NanyPi is marginally more attractive. A stable 7, with is good without makeup. If she dolled herself up she'd be an 8. OPs girl is a stable 5-6, and if she tried really hard she maxes at a 7. NanyPi doesn't even need to try and she's a 7. That's the difference between being hot and being average.

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12788008 No.12788008 [Reply] [Original]

Scientifically speaking, what causes post but clarity?

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>> No.12788097

It is a delusion.

>> No.12788715

What causes post but clarity? The rejection of conjunctions I think

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Quoted By: >>12789267

leading up to a nut your animal brain has been filling up with hormones to trigger arousal to a point of climax, dopamine is dropped and you're high off the release of stress.
it's all about the chemical triggers carried out unconsciously, like in extreme focus or fight/flight releases cortisol, you have an endorphin rush that builds up to orgasm and a refractory period (triggered by climax)
its similar to the action potential response, including the nut shiver some people get, which is multiple retriggering at that moment (and the point that pseudoscientists try to put their sex yoga in place) until the equivalent repolarization occurs. in that refractory period, if put in simple terms, your animal brain is returning to normal arousal, which when it overshoots gives a longer period where arousal is essentially shut down, even below your normal state of mind/"hornyness."
comparative animal biology goes over the importance of these sorts of hormone cascades during times of stress or arousal.

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also what I mean with the shuttering is not "multiple orgasms like the woman's side where there are multiple retriggering, guys get one above the threshold for orgasm but it's extended with multiple cascades while staying beyond the threshold between nerves until hormones block it from firing in your head.

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12787960 No.12787960 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12787970 >>12788270

Is death the end?

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>> No.12787970

Why do you ask me, I'm just a humble shitposter.
Ask them fancypants over at /lit/

>> No.12787971

No, it's only the beginning

>> No.12788270
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No. Even if you're the edgiest of reddit atheists, death is not the end. Provided you don't selfishly cremate yourself, your body will provide nutrients to the worms and bugs that live within the soil, growing existing life so that the ecosystem you reside in may continue. You give back to the earth just as you've taken from it your whole life. It's all cyclical, anon.

>> No.12788490

Smoke DMT to find out

>> No.12788605

I doubt anyone actually believes it is, even if it is.

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12787923 No.12787923 [Reply] [Original]

If time is relative, could we theoretically experience slow-motion if our brain just ran faster?

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Back when I was into bullet hell shooters, I used to warm up by running the game at 2x speed for a while, and then start my actual run at the original speed. The bullets seemed slower than usual and it was almost kinda spooky how effective it was. So yeah you definitely could experience more "things per second" if your brain was faster.

You've probably thought of the classic "does everyone see colours the same way?" question, but have you thought of "does everyone experience time at the same speed?"

>> No.12788012

This is why it’s difficult to swat a fly. They see things at a higher frame rate so experience time more slowly.

>> No.12790249

I'm pretty sure that basically is how it works. When I've used psychedelic drugs I've experienced time slow to a crawl because each passing moment comes cascading with signicantly more information than experiencing the world straight. Conversely, another phenomenon I've experienced while incredibly fatigued is that when I'm listening to music, even a song I know well, the song seems to be playing slightly faster and I suspect this is because the brain is processing far less info due to exhaustion.

>> No.12790306

I think that's what makes some professional athletes so good. Their reaction times are just a bit faster because their perception runs a bit faster, making the world around them seem slowe.r

>> No.12790627

Even if our universe worked purely by Newtonian mechanics rather than by general relativity, we would experience our surroundings in slow motion if we could run our brains faster.

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12787895 No.12787895 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

People who claim to be able to visualize things- even simple and ubiquitous things- can't actually do so:
>In the 1970s, scientists showed that Americans were surprisingly bad at remembering visual details of pennies, one of the most common physical objects available for study. But a group of psychologists from the University of Los Angeles wondered if that weakness applied in today’s logo-saturated environment. So they put 85 students (only 11 percent of whom did not use Apple products regularly) in a logo-free room and asked them to draw the Apple logo and rate their confidence in the drawing on a scale of 1 to 10.

>The results were underwhelming. Only one participant of 85 drew the logo accurately, though seven other participants drew it without major errors. And when they were asked to pick the real logo out of a lineup of eight options, only 47 percent of participants passed the test. Though Apple users were slightly more confident in their ability to spot the real logo, they were no more confident than PC users when it came to actually drawing it.

>In another experiment, the team asked 26 undergrads (93 percent Apple users) to rate their confidence about how well they could recall the Apple logo before and after drawing it. Though they found no significant correlation in pre-drawing confidence and actual ability to draw the logo, the participants’ confidence in the logo they had drawn afterwards was strongly indicative of the logo’s accuracy (or lack thereof).

If people cannot even visualize the Apple logo, which is something simple and two-dimensional (so they should have no problem drawing it), how can they possibly visualize an actual apple, in three dimensions, with all its detail. Take a close look at an apple and you'll see it's incredibly complex. Computers struggle to render an apple, yet you think you can do so with your brain?

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>> No.12796848
Quoted By: >>12796853

Not sure if grey is the right word. It just doesn't really *pop* with color. By default it has the same lack of color as the emptiness when you don't imagine anything.

>> No.12796853
Quoted By: >>12796872 >>12796961

So what are you actually doing when you're imagining? Is it open or closed? Does it appear in your visual field and overtake the black or is it on a separate "plane" in your head? I've read people give different accounts on this, I guess because it's too difficult for people to describe personal experiences in a way that's understandable. For me everything I visualize is in the back of my head. It doesn't actually show up in my visual field, so if I closed my eyes it's just black, but I still "see" it. No issues with colors or keeping it together. Hard to describe.

>> No.12796872

Your description of it being in the back of the head makes sense to me. But if I focus enough on related memories I can get it appear in my visual field too I guess?

>> No.12796961

I have read that some people can actually superimpose their imagination on an empty sheet of paper or something. One has to wonder how many people are misdiagnosed as schizo or something just because they describe a normal visualization ability that the psych doesn't know about.

>> No.12797016

My ex had synesthesia and whe could recall dates easier by memorising the combination of colours of the digits.
I dont think there is any concrete evidence of photographic memory.

So i assume the current theories on memory are correct and you recall everything from paradigms you make. If you never pay attention to a minor detail it will never register in the list of paradigms in order to recall it

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12787793 No.12787793 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>12788494

>have genetic data
>mutates and evolves
>not living
Fuck off! That's more than enough to be a living thing.

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>> No.12788472
Quoted By: >>12788484

Stop confusing phenotype and genotype.
For the same reasons you cannot call each of your 46 chromosomes independent life forms is the same reason why plasmids are not independent living forms, you fucking dumbass.

The same reason you cannot call a mitochondria an independent living form anymore. It is part of the structure of a cell.

>> No.12788479

>at least a computer virus could conceivably build a computer with enough autism and automation
No, computer viruses are no different from memes.

>> No.12788484

a plasmid is not a chromosome
I literally have a diagram of a plasmid that reproduces outside of binary fission, INDEPENDENT of the host bacteria.

>> No.12788494

the best definition I've heard for life is :
"a chemical system that uses energy to keep itself from reaching chemical equilibrium"

>> No.12788787
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here's an article with a bit more sophistication on the individuality(selfishness, living for the benefit of the cell or for self-replication) of DNA replicators and viral vehicles to explore the living-ness of viruses compared to other non-chromosomal DNA. transformation and plasmid-induced vehicles(conjugation) are inherently down to the cells consenting to pick up or send DNA so their mode of packaging is KEY to distinguishing an f plasmid from a virus in terms of movement and independence.
viruses are still not alive in a colloquial sense and fall in the quasi-living "certainly not rocks" camp.

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12787778 No.12787778 [Reply] [Original]

topologically speaking, what is woman?

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>> No.12788106

Arteries dont pop out of the body

>> No.12788159
Quoted By: >>12788161

Women still have one more hole: the vagina.
Men only have the anus and the urethra down there.

>> No.12788161
Quoted By: >>12788170


Vagina is not a hole, topologically speaking

>> No.12788170
Quoted By: >>12788184

Topologically speaking, how many holes does a man have? The mouth and nostrils seem to connect to the urethra and the anus. Ears and cornea appear independent. So three unique holes?

>> No.12788184

>seem to connect to the urethra and the anus

Not really, the anus is connected to the mouth and to the lungs.

Nostrils are connected to each other.

Eyes are tricky because if you consider the hole of the optic nerve then you'll have that the eyes are connected to the opening of the skull.

Urethra is not a hole but a cavity.

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12787750 No.12787750 [Reply] [Original]

Here from /biz.
In practical terms, what does this paper mean? Is all electronic encryption now obselete?


>> No.12787767

Nothing. If this were true the author would literally be the most powerful human on earth.

>> No.12787774

There is no fucking way

>> No.12787784

Frankfurter here.
They were researchign thisone for quite a while. They got their hands on wikileaks (darknet archive) encryption and on DARPA leaks.
Should be legit

>> No.12787786

Nothing. More holes in that paper than Swiss cheese
The author is 77 and is clinging to his past relevancy

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