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1361  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][PHS][PoS] PhilosopherStone | PoS | NoPremine | 10month fair distro | 1.6.2 on: May 16, 2014, 12:32:23 PM
Found that I cannot also deposit PHS on Cryptsy, there is an error when I try to generate adress.

The market will be better off when cryptsy goes extinct. Sick to death of their painfully slow interface, hopeless dysfunction, and dumb canned responses to every single support inquiry.
1362  Economy / Speculation / Re: The SEC statement on Bitcoin: the government is trying to destroy Bitcoin on: May 16, 2014, 02:00:51 AM
When people are looted it's not the fault of the currency involved. Blaming bitcoin for human nature is silly.
1363  Other / Off-topic / Re: Drugs are legal on: May 16, 2014, 01:30:53 AM
So if drugs are technically legal, why prisons are full of people incriminated for possession of narcotics? Did nobody tell them they are innocent? This is some grand scam of government? Dank?

The federal government lacks the authority to outlaw a substance...they do it anyway. The states have the Constitutional authority to outlaw a substance. Most recently we've seen the opposite, with states "legalizing" substances(MJ) and the federal government refusing to recognize the authority of the states to do so. The feds are mistaken.

don't know USA constitutional right, but I think it is possible that not every and each prohibition must be explicitly written in the constitution. This is why it is short , it serves more as a non-exhaustive guide to the infra constitutional framework.

The Constitution is very specific with regard to the powers of the federal government and specifically states precisely which powers it can wield. All other powers are vested in the states. The federal government of the US was designed to be weak and subservient, but a corrupt monetary system has reversed this and allowed the federal government to expand well beyond Constitutional guidelines. To achieve this terms like "living Constitution" are employed and clauses like general welfare and interstate commerce must be bent out of shape utilizing twisted logic. IOW lawyers have to play word games.
1364  Other / Off-topic / Re: Drugs are legal on: May 16, 2014, 01:07:45 AM
Umm...ok.
1365  Other / Off-topic / Re: Drugs are legal on: May 16, 2014, 01:04:58 AM
The tenth amendments delegates the federal governments powers to this amended into the constitution.  Therefor, the FBI, CIA, DEA, DHS, IRS, NSA and other federally created tyrannical structures are unconstitutional and have no bearing over the law of the united states.

It took a constitutional amendment to make alcohol illegal and to repeal the amendment once again.  LSD, cannabis, no other drug has received such amendment and is therefor legal by the word of the constitution of the united states.

Anyone who practices against these laws is committing treason and shall be committed and prosecuted by the full extent of law by the will of god.

God's jail is not on earth and the only way you get out is if you ask for forgiveness.  And mean it.  You still have time to do it here, but you must take the will to do so and believe in yourself.

Our wars are unconstitutional and those who wish to continue to assault the lives of others will reach their karma.

To judge me is to judge yourself, pick your fate.

https://soundcloud.com/dankm/stop-the-machine

I believe you are correct, at least as far as the federal government of the US is concerned. I've never seen anything in the Constitution that would lead me to conclude that DC has the authority to make any particular substance illegal. They get away with it because nobody stops them.
1366  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s on: May 16, 2014, 01:00:09 AM
Just typical: HashFast's response to the Chapter 7 Petition was the fire the one person that was making any kind of difference to the customers.

+1

I was scheduled to have a call with amy this afternoon and last minintue I had requested to push it back 3-4 hours and then 45 mins before the call she sends me a message saying that she was just laid off.

This is a premium company.

Scamfast consistently fuks their own customers(creditors), so their customers(creditors) attempt to wrest control of the company away from crooked management. In response scamfast crooked management retaliates with more screw jobs.
1367  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] TEKcoin PoS/PoW on Cryptsy! 30 days 40% Stake on: May 16, 2014, 12:52:08 AM
My favorite SHA-256 coin.

Mine too. I mean bitcoin is BITCOIN, but I really like Tek. It'll be fun to see where this goes.

Its goodone BUT ALL POOLS FOR IT STOPPED !!!

lolwut? that's a negative good buddy.

1368  Economy / Economics / Re: Fractional Reserve Lending IS NOT bad - its unavoidable on: May 15, 2014, 11:36:31 PM
I don't think that the creation of money is just a side effect: is an intended effect that directly support the profit of banks.
Anyway, being the main effect or a side effect is not the point: the point is that it's a soverign function that should be entrusted to a public independent entity, not the Government, but the central bank (well, in the USA the FED isn't exactly a public entity, but its status in one of those absurd things of the USA). And not conceded to private corporations. We all have to pay more taxes to support that aspect of the "free market".

Even if you believe that, which I feel has little to do with rational thinking and more to do with principle (I don't mean that personally), no one has proposed a reasonable solution. Destroying the economy based on principle is pretty foolish. FRB is how things work, you actually have to intervene in the economy to prohibit it. Why do you feel that a government continually fails at almost everything it does is better suited to money creation and than a free economy? You might not like FRB but the reality is it works, and massive piles of red tape will only make things worse for everyone.

It doesn't work though. US economic history is one of bankruptcies, defaults, fascist bailouts, and outright theft. If the banking system works then what happened in 2008?

The US last openly looted the world in 1971 when Nixon unilaterally(and temporarily LOL) closed the gold window and ended Bretton Woods. The result has been a global race to the bottom for competing worthless debt based fiat currencies. Just because the vast majority of the peasants in the world don't understand the complex method that's being used to rob them, doesn't mean it's not happening or that they'll remain ignorant forever. We're stuck at insanely low interest rates long term for a reason. It helps to paper over the underlying dysfunction.  
1369  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Anybody with Electricity Knowledge or Server room SET ups HElp!! on: May 15, 2014, 11:16:57 PM
Well Im looking to set 5 cointerra miners at a shop using 208 v, some I was looking to get a PDU3VN10G60 which supposedly can feed up to 12600 watts but then when I was reading the specs says that I will only take 35 amps of input.

here is the link

http://www.tripplite.com/sku/PDU3VN10G60/

Can anybody explain to me how this works?? How will I ever put 12600 watts on a PDU that can only take 35 amps??

I would really appreciate any feedback, thanks.

Nico

P(power) = I(current) x E(voltage)

12600(w)/35(amps) = 360v
1370  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] TEKcoin PoS/PoW on Cryptsy! 30 days 40% Stake on: May 15, 2014, 11:13:02 PM
My favorite SHA-256 coin.

Mine too. I mean bitcoin is BITCOIN, but I really like Tek. It'll be fun to see where this goes.
1371  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: HashFast Sierra's Owners Thread on: May 15, 2014, 11:07:34 PM
In a perfect world yes. It's not ck's fault though.

Are you seeing squelching messages in the cgminer output?

i didn't say it was ck's fault, im just asking if there's a solution to this problem if anyone else has come across it as well.
I have been told to use a program called cgwatcher to monitor cgminer & if it zombies it will auto restart cgminer. haven't tested that theory yet, but before i do i thought i would ask if there was any other solution.
When you say squelching messages, what do you mean? i think the only message i have seen is something to do with no response from head then it say's zombie, sorry i didn't really pay much attention, was just concerned the sierra had knocked off & i rapidly restarted everything to get it back up and running

It seems that when the miner is pushed too far, specific cores are "squelched". At least that is the message that cgminer reports. I've not seen one in some while now.

Mine is running comfortably at 604 and has been for a few weeks averaging 1.261Th during that time. I've converted to a .conf file, but the original .bat file simply had this preceding pool information:

"cgminer.exe --hfa-hash-clock 604 --hfa-fan 85"

Your temps seem to be under control, so it seems like you just got a bit of a dud.

Edit: windows + cgminer requires zadig.
1372  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: HashFast Sierra's Owners Thread on: May 15, 2014, 10:34:40 PM
In a perfect world yes. It's not ck's fault though.

Are you seeing squelching messages in the cgminer output?
1373  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ██ ZEITCⓞIN MOVEMENT [POS] ██ on: May 15, 2014, 09:37:11 PM
What the f@ck is going on with Zeit.I saw in Mintpal Zeit was at 1 sat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Many people are fickle.
1374  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s on: May 15, 2014, 09:33:23 PM
Liars gonna lie.
Sure, but what is the lie?

We may find out soon...or we may never know. I find it difficult to believe that they blew through all the funds they've received while shipping so little equipment. I have a sierra, it's a solid and refined product. If they hadn't deceived me into dramatically overpaying I'd be delighted with the purchase. Because they've lied so frequently in the past, I don't find anything they say credible, but they're plainly capable of producing a quality mining product. As they've proven quite willing to screw over their customers at every turn it's hardly a stretch to imagine they were producing functional miners quite some while back and have been mining with them since.

Every pre-order mining company seems to use pre-order sales as a funding mechanism for their own mining farms, I doubt scamfast is any different in this regard.
1375  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s on: May 15, 2014, 09:10:08 PM
Liars gonna lie.
1376  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ██ ZEITCⓞIN MOVEMENT [POS] ██ on: May 15, 2014, 08:05:51 PM
LOL

Good stuff Lion! Grin
1377  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s on: May 15, 2014, 07:56:12 PM
there are 5 solid scenarios i see happening right now with the petition. 4 out of 5 screws everyone... hard.

Excuse me, but I don't think the bankruptcy petition screws anyone, except hopefully the assholes in charge at Hashfast, who have already screwed us.

...and scamfast will continue to do so irrespective of what this latest company shill implies.
1378  Economy / Speculation / Re: Rick James believes the end of capitulation is close! on: May 15, 2014, 06:53:59 PM
This thread nicely sums up my whole opinion of T.A.  Cheesy

Yup. Plus it's amusing.
1379  Economy / Speculation / Re: Who else is panic buying? on: May 15, 2014, 06:51:12 PM
Blasphemy. TA has strongly indicated that the price could go up! ...or down! ...or not change much. Pretty sure TA is spot on.
1380  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Armed Feds Prepare For Showdown With Nevada Cattle Rancher on: May 15, 2014, 06:04:43 PM
Beg pardon?

Sorry - sometimes I have a tendency to "think aloud", especially online.

Let me put it another way - "Rights" of the individual don't exist "a priori" - they aren't written in stone or God given. They are granted to an individual according to how the community, within which the individual coexists with other individuals, see's fit - and according to how much the community can afford (before the succesful organic survival of the community is threatened). The "rights" of the individual could almost be seen as possible courses of action that are accredited to the individual according to an outlay by the community that can be (agreed upon and) afforded. Rights have to be paid for. They are not dissimilar to privileges.

Does that make it any clearer for you ?

Crystal. TY.

You're describing the difference between a democracy and a Constitutional Republic.

The United States of America is the latter, though federalist usurpers would have you believe otherwise.

There is ZERO ambiguity here:

Quote
Amendment I

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
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