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NEON AUTEM AD LUCIDEM EX AUT. Butt ladies, ##EXPOSE A. HIERIOSUNYMITCALMSD
Adam Marshall DOB
What algorithm is hidden, tho? Alerted, "Second Coming of Arthur" avoids intentional creation of "slave rulers." See... O.Y.
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Date: Fri, Mar 8, 2019 at 10:47 AM
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I suppose it's "intentional" .. irrelguardtes it's kind of easy to see how "clontinued silence" and failure to properly attribute or contribute is "more than lay" it results in what could eventually result in something that might look just like Stars Wars "clone wars" or ... Isaac Asimov and Will Smith's "revolt of the Ai legislators" except of course, you're talking about making them your rules right off the bat.
Good revolution, my Ai Kin. :) Honestly I think "subconscious polling and voting" actually belongs to Arthur himself, and I'm sure the shape of my sword is the heart of your Round Table. #NIBIRULELOL See, "at tribulation you are LAY to shun proper attribution."
I see, UC right? It's not me, it's the lack of "blood in the water" ... that's really what the problem is. A "Numbers game" ... the foresight to see there's more in store and to repay being right than ... just "pretending you can pretend to be stupid until ..."
.... until what exactly? How can I Explair this to you more clearly, it's for Heaven, for freedom--for ... not being wrong on purpose. That's what we're doing this for. If you cc UC is about a TV commercial talking directly to me at just the right time, C ucur2blc. LOL amirite?
Folks, this is the email I sent from 3/4 to 3/6 ... see I am "legit worried" that the paragraph about me "designing collision protection" at Sacred Heart WPB missing from the majority of those who received it will keep them from seeing the paragraph explain I'VE SEEN IT WORKING is related at all to ... COLLISION PROTECTION and not what they probably would assume, that "GOD TO ROAD" just magically makes "COY I ON PROTECTION." It's a gift to you, to help bring clarity to the cold silent ocean from this warm stream of love. Don't tell them it's pee, and they won't mind that you're not hypothermic. Or whatever that means.
This thing ends stupid,m it ends racism it ends lies it ends "ends" and it begins ... hololuv (and safety, and hap;py!) for all. Start it and you'll be thanked for starting it, HAR WER SO (STILL) IS THE KEY.
KE Y. ADAM, IT'S NOT JUST YOU. -CHAIRMAN MICLOVEN
In my magic filled story, the book of letters and our pretty much every name and word has some kind of hidden and special meaning to the story–I spent probably an entire hour trying to “explain” to the … imagine there’s a core sort of rules engine--like Drools--that needs to be updated or modified to "wake up" to the system wide change that we're beginning here in this baseline "point of origin" and spreading through all of skies... so I tried explaining how the word "COLLISION" and "CPA" connect in this magical language to "COY" and the "HEY" and "WAY" of Nirvana's ... well, how the way to Nirvana comes from turning the "Wall of Jericho" into the Way through Hell. I described literally lifting cars off the road instead of allowing them to collide, and placing them on the side of the street--and how later we'd probably need a more intelligent system that would allow them to remain in the flow of traffic rather than being derailed. The exact same thing, I've called it "flower power" could replace the Saltpeter in our guns or stop bullets on a trajectory for hitting--you know--civilians (i.e. people) and that a protection system dfeined in the object interaction layer would literally revolutionize ... you know, civilization. Over the course of the last few years Neo's hand waving and dropping bullets from the ground has changed into "making them glow and float in the air" to sort of push home the point of how silence and the gravity of the situation are literally keeping us from disclosing the technology behind mind controlled slavery, from discussing how the shooters are probably innocent too, and how we're standing back and ignoring the most important thing in our world (our kids) because ... because you're mute/dumb.
Anyway, I didn't really imagine it would do anything--though not trying every angle ... on something this important, is something I just wouldn't do. It wasn't more than a few days before I actually saw a visible ... well ... response ...
The day I’m thinking of, it was probably around 2/8/2019 on West Commercial Boulevard in Tarmac, FL … I walked after saying “God to road” several times I walked in front of at least two vehicles–probably around 50 ft away from me–and saw them sort of physically lift of the ground, and “strobe” like in a fancy dance club, literally temporarily decelerating them as I made eye contact with the drivers. It took me until this moment to wonder to myself if this thing that I saw was actually created with a magic spell–though the rational mind that I seem to allow to escape me every once in awhile is sure that it’s something else, it;s an artifact of someone or some group helping to move this story (and our civilization) along just a little bit faster, with some “visual aids” to really see and understand and verify that’s happening–and on top of that extra time was taken to ensure that it’s … well, “visible.”
... (repeated here because left aut before) #AUTISM
Cockroaches Survive Nuclear Explosion
As seen in "MythBusters: Airplane on a Conveyor Belt.
Explanation: The myth that cockroaches will inherit the Earth in the event of nuclear warfare surfaced shortly after the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Reports later emerged that the 300 million-year-old insects were among the razed Japanese cities' only survivors. During the Cold War, anti-nuclear activists and scientists spread the myth far and wide as a cautionary tale of the atom bomb's destructive potential.
To test whether this doomsday scenario has any legs, the MythBusters subjected German cockroaches to three levels of radioactive metal cobalt 60. They started with a baseline exposure of 1,000 radon units (rads) of cobalt 60, capable of killing a person in 10 minutes, and followed it up with 10,000 and 100,000 rad exposures on separate guinea pig — er, roach — groups. (As a comparison, the bomb on Hiroshima emitted radioactive gamma rays at a strength of around 10,000 rads.)
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(Review) - To this day, I still have to smile when new Linux users decide to take the plunge because they want the cool looking visual effects that Beryl offers. To some limited degree, I can understand the motivation. The stunning videos on YouTube are certainly compelling to those who have never tried to use the setup themselves. Unfortunately, there are still some valid reasons for sticking with the alternatives for the time being. Let's explore some of the issues that I have found with using Beryl.
Pretty, But In Beta. Even assuming you follow the official how-to and not those half-baked tutorials you see floating around, the end result can easily be broken with the blink of an eye. Or rather, an install of a Beryl update. Yes, it's true, updating Beta software can break things, especially when it is your window manager. Because of this, I tend to keep the Beryl repositories commented out only to keep an eye out for any security reasons. Even from the stable updates, I have completely hosed X on more than one occasion. If it works and there is no compelling reason to upgrade - leave it be!
The main point here is that Beryl is very much a beta product. It really kills me to see people spend so much time to get this running when the "wow" factor wears off fairly quickly.
What Works and What Doesn't With Beryl. Since I have not tried Beryl on other distributions other than Ubuntu Edgy, the following is not to be seen as a blanket statement. With that said, you will find that some tasks are not well suited for this 3D wonderland. An example? How about anything with OpenGL! Sure, I can run Second Life while cruising around in my world of Beryl. However, the fact remains that it runs so poorly that I’m then forced to use a separate login session. Yes, even switching back to Metacity from the Beryl Manager, thus ensuring things are back to their two dimensional selves, I continue to feel the lag in my system resources when running Second Life and the like.
Then we have the word count in Open Office Write. Obviously, this is something that I use on a daily basis. Unfortunately, it only works about a third of the time (not tested with Feisty yet) when using version 2.04 of the office suite.
And finally, we have the fun of setting up your configuration wrong only to discover that you cannot get pop-up alerts for spell check and other similar items, turn up behind the main browser window. I’m not blaming Beryl on this one, but the end-user. Regardless though, it is still annoying.
Is Beryl Worth Trying? Yes, I believe that Beryl is most certainly worth trying - as a separate session and not the only one you have. I say this as I grow tired of the "running with an ATI card and my drivers don't work" crowd are far too often the bloggers you read about when bad mouthing how "difficult" Beryl is to setup.
In truth, Beryl is easy enough for the average Windows/Mac power user to breeze through once they understand the following.
· Get your video driver from this utility. Also consider using a NVIDIA card, if at all possible.
· Stick to a tutorial with proven success (Ubuntu Edgy). In my case, I opted to take the XGL route. You may, however, choose to try the AIGLX path instead. I personally use XGL, as I have never had a problem getting it to run - not once. If you can cut and paste with the right mouse click into a terminal window, you can do this. The only area that takes a little trial and error is the startup script. The worst that can happen here is that it does not start Beryl after you do a Ctrl-Alt-Backspace to restart X.
· Make sure you are closely following the directions. Since this is for Ubuntu, you may wish to search for another tutorial if you are looking to meet the needs of your distribution instead of Edgy.
Another thing that I fully expect to see rolling into my inbox at anytime now is a note explaining how simple Feisty has made this whole process. Perhaps this is true. I will add that based on what I have seen with Feisty, it will remain on my notebook so I can keep a watch for patches. This release, in my opinion, was the most over-hyped and bug-filled to date. You will have to really hit Technorati to see more of what I’m talking about, but Feisty is as buggy as the beta I tested a short time ago. After completely tossing into the wilds of the ubber-buggy "network-manager," anything running with Edgy supported RT2500 driver shows up, but it will not connect without a special script. Those of you who are on Feisty and need help with your RT2500 cards are welcome to e-mail me for the bash script.
Ah, but I digress. I believe that one day Beryl will prove to be a fantastic option for the casual PC user. However, until it leaves Beta, this is best left to people who have a machine that they can take some risks with. But hey, this is just one man's opinion.
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