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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Ethereum Network Crashing?? on: December 06, 2017, 06:12:27 PM
Crazy that one browser based cat game can bring Ethereum to its knees.

I guess that kills my idea of using Ethereum for a phone app I had planned.

Many coins have low transaction rate capabilities it seems, Dash boasts high rate but you cant insert custom information into TX for games etc.

2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Flixxo, a social economy based on video sharing platform PopcornTime+RSK on: November 20, 2017, 01:07:50 AM
I hope flixxo succeeeds.

What mechanism/s will prevent value being extracted by bots?

The propositions I have heard in presentations about flixxo include: Gradual trust ramps (having users build up rep before flix sale allowed) and the mention of user behavior heuristics, but both of these are relatively simple to exploit.

Something more complex will be needed, Turing tests within the videos; a general comprehension test at the end of the video (would also encourage users to be more attentive).

Or perhaps make the videos have interactive components within them, make the ads into a game.

However: the technicalities of doing this and making it secure with minimal centralized traffic seem challenging, if not impossible. Should the market grow large then incentive for hackers to exploit will be high.

3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] MIROCANA.COM - FIRST ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR TRANSPARENT INVESTING on: October 16, 2017, 12:43:12 AM
Hi, When back testing are you training against some prior subset of the price signal?

That is:
assuming the signal ranges time t0 .... tx
You train against t0 ... t(x-k)
You test against t(x-k) ... tx
4  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Cortex7 Trading Client - Multi Exchange - Multi OS on: November 15, 2016, 04:25:21 PM
Hello,

Just downloaded the client and set up my Cortex7 account with api key and secret generated at BTC-e, but when I open the workspace an error message pops up telling me it can't access my account data on the exchange.   In my BTC-e account for the api keys,  I have checked the boxes for 'info' and 'trade' as well.   Any ideas?

thanks

Yeah, I recommend having a dedicated box to just run a 24/7 tradebot on.

I'm using a $30 second hand Android tablet velcrod to my bedroom cabinet, it makes a nice room clock with live BTC chart and modest power consumption that also bot trades on BTC-E 24/7.
5  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Cortex7 - Bitcoin Trading Robot Software - Windows, Linux, Mac, Android. on: November 15, 2016, 04:22:53 PM
I just renewed the SSL certs on cortex7.net site, I let it lapse because I've been mad busy with contract work on non bitcoin stuff.
So everything is back up for free charting etc with good HTTPS.
6  Other / Politics & Society / Re: World War III on: December 18, 2014, 01:50:39 AM
Don't worry, there is no world war III.
Because of the nuclear weapon.
There is no good for anyone.
None of dominant country can conquer the other dominant country.


 

It may not be the "countries" orchestrating this, the "countries" may be mere holding pens for us cattle.

Maybe this is being orchestrated by the farmers and the farmers may have fireproof suits in which to enjoy the pyrotechnic spectacle.

http://scholar.google.com/scholar?start=10&q=p53+radiation+protection
7  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin is failing, People are getting out, $550 in 24 hours on: December 17, 2014, 03:06:38 AM
Guys, falllling is really telling you it's time to buy. wink wink  Wink

Thanks falling, will do!

Just make sure before buying always look at what huobi is doing. Last week I saw a bunch of bull on stamp being 10 dollars higher than huobi and then eventually stamp went down to where huobi prices are.

That is due to failed pump attempts... my team and I will attempt to increase our shorts every peak, good luck to all

Provided you increase your longs every trough then you should do well.
8  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 15, 2014, 04:56:52 PM
Atheism is a religion. It is a religion of hate for God.
Atheists don't hate god. They simply just don't believe he exists.
I don't believe in Santa Claus, by your logic I also hate him.

Wrong. Rather, there aren't any true atheists. Why? Because everybody knows in his heart that God exists. Why? Because the Spirit of God is in the heart of everybody, holding every person alive. All know Him instinctively - "no atheists in the foxholes." Extreme joy, or extreme fear or pain in the life of anyone, shows him/her that he/she believes in God.

Those who claim that God doesn't exist are liars. Because of this, essentially there aren't any atheists. Those liars who adamantly claim they are atheists, do so because they think that their claims will make Him go away. They hate Him.

Smiley

I don't believe anyone can be 100% atheist, as there will always be that little bit of doubt however small.

But....

I also don't believe anyone can be 100% religious, as there will always be that little bit of doubt however small.

It works both ways you see.

Your comments suggest to me, that the possibility of god not existing is terrifying to you. Why is that? The only hate I am picking up on is your hate of those that have a different opinion to yourself.

Buffer is correct. Everything exists between 0 and 1 probability.

It's probably impossible to get pure vacuum and just as impossible to get infinite density.

Reality and probabilities (real ones) have to exist within this real range.

Besides that it's far more interesting to keep ones mind open.

9  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 15, 2014, 04:51:55 PM
The proof given below is the most acceptable scientific proof for GOD's existence.

In every cell of our bodies there exists a very detailed instruction code, much like a miniature computer program? As you may know, a computer program is made up of ones and zeros, like this: 110010101011000. The way they are arranged tell the computer program what to do. The DNA code in each of our cells is very similar. It's made up of four chemicals that scientists abbreviate as A, T, G, and C. These are arranged in the human cell like this: CGTGTGACTCGCTCCTGAT and so on. There are three billion of these letters in every human cell!!

Well, just like you can program your phone to beep for specific reasons, DNA instructs the cell. DNA is a three-billion-lettered program telling the cell to act in a certain way. It is a full instruction manual.

existence of God
Why is this so amazing? One has to ask....how did this information program wind up in each human cell? These are not just chemicals. These are chemicals that instruct, that code in a very detailed way exactly how the person's body should develop.

Natural, biological causes are completely lacking as an explanation when programmed information is involved. You cannot find instruction, precise information like this, without someone intentionally constructing it.

You are incorrect here.

Emergent complexity is very easy to prove to yourself.

Just learn a little about simple genetic algorithms and try for yourself.
10  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 09, 2014, 03:28:50 AM
Checkmate atheists. Take off your fedoras in defeat.

It's a game with no end.

There is no ultimate truth, and that's not a problem for me as I'm agnostic.

Let's say that we all wake up one morning and we all have a popup box in our field of view reading "you are in a simulation".

Would we all discover any truth...?  no, there will always be more questions... do the creators of our sim exist in a higher sim, or are they "real" etc. steps would have to be taken to determine possible causes for the shared popup, was it some weird virus dropped by ETs etc.

Only an egotistical fool would think they could find ultimate truth either way. Everybody should apply the best-fit solution to their own perceptions. But it does puzzle me how many theists sit like stubborn toddlers trying to push a square peg in a round hole, still if that pleases them then so be it.

I also note that those with polarized minds (theist and atheist) tend to stop researching and playing. Once they've labelled the box it gets shut, after that their faces drop a little and they become "adults", me I'm a 42 year old boy, I try to hold the same awe when I view the stars as when I was 10. I guess a simple term for agnostic is "keeping an open mind".
11  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 09, 2014, 02:47:58 AM
A domesticated animal is still operating within evolution, be it a domesticated cat or ape (human).

That does not help to explain the gaps. Such an explanation ("evolution did it") fails to address the anomalies with a plausible explanation. Pye's article has some anomalies, and here are some more; a challenge for you:

http://www.us.net/life/

Almost all arguments against evolution are "but the gaps".

There needn't be gaps.

People find it very hard to understand that a seemingly clever design can have happened without prior plans or blueprints, but they do!

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How did molecular evolution generate metabolic recipe and instructions using a representational symbol system?

The concept of the metabolic recipe was not forethought and engineered, it was not designed.

The working recipe emerged through evolution. Many many non working recipes were tried and failed.

Evolution only favors a surviving replicator (obviously).

The complexity of life emerges.

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What programmed the error-detection and error-correcting software that keeps life from quickly deteriorating into non-life?

The self correcting mechanisms within a genome were not programmed, they themselves emerged trhough an evolutionary process. The simplest start down this path probably happened by a genome having informational redundancy possibly having multiple copies of the same information and then choosing best of (have 3 copies choose 2 if 1 is different), the life that could do this more efficiently (by consuming less energy) would be favored survivors/reproducers. And so there is a driving force to make the correction mechanism more elegant (use less energy).

Error correction mechanisms were themselves mutated, most failed miserably, the best replicated onward.

Evolutionary drive for self correction mechanisms will be highest during times of turmoil, for example times when earth had alot of incident ionizing radiation for one reason or another.

I am sure of my answer here because I have myself used synthetic genetic algorithms to optimize various lossless audio compression codecs. I have witnessed complexity beyond which I entered as the programmer. This complexity emerges and will not be understood by the programmer.

I have also used evolutionary genetic algos to optimize parameters on very complex systems (neural net topology and weight setting), to brute force tune such systems would take far too long (years), but the evolutionary algo performs multidimensional gradient descent to good solutions very quickly.

I cannot stress enough how amazed I was to see such complexity and order arise from VERY simple operators.

These operators are: Crossover and Mutation.

These operators happen naturally in any self replicating chemistry.

I recommend learning a little about the subject you seem so keen to dismiss:

http://www.obitko.com/tutorials/genetic-algorithms/crossover-mutation.php

NOTE: The above page uses far clearer and simpler language than the text you linked, which reads like it's written by a dunce with a scientific thesaurus.

EDIT:
Incidentally, Self correcting codes, when you visualize the information flow topology, have very simple repeating patterns.

These codes also appear to be in the very quantum fabric of spacetime itself:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1LCVknKUJ4&feature=player_embedded#!
To me that's more interesting than them existing in life (which is kind of to be expected).
12  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 07, 2014, 05:45:22 PM
@Decksperiment

Bravo! You seem to have quite the flair for gay porn. No doubt you mastered the art from solid experience. Perhaps you could earn some satoshis in this field? Best of luck to you you haggis brained kestrel super strength fueled peg toothed balding buffoon.
13  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 07, 2014, 01:10:42 AM
Better go get laid again...

14  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [CLOSED]Minion Chip Assembly GB on: December 06, 2014, 10:59:35 PM
I may never recover the costs just kept mining as I'm stubborn lol, I never took the PR post as anything more than a joke chap Smiley

Well you have helped secure the block chain so that's cool. Smiley
15  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 06, 2014, 10:27:47 PM
...Admin currently recieving priv msg's to ask who I have ignored.. pmsl...

Admin are receiving messages from you.

And those messages are asking who you have ignored?

Do you not know who you have ignored.

Lay off the pipe dude.


16  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 06, 2014, 10:21:40 PM
C'mon guys, I'm missing a comment from one of the six.. show the admin who you are!!

Admin of this board are like us, nerds.

You need to fuck off. you're a troll, just because you loaded reaver onto a laptop does not make you worthy, you're a low grade user and have never coded anything in your addled life.
17  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 06, 2014, 10:20:13 PM
I found an easy way to place all my writings in one straight line for easy copy and paste.. ignore the TIT's and epic arse's, and suddenly I can read my own shit almost post after post.. I never knew bitcointalk had a dedicated team for decrying anything called the truth..

Holy fuck, don't tell me you read your own post history. That's sad as fuck.

Come at me bro...
18  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 06, 2014, 10:11:41 PM
...this pussy is away to get laid..

295 seconds elapsed (~5 mins) and...

Oh look, a blocked comment..

Lets see how many more people talk to themselves..

Haha, did that include foreplay or did you just go straight to the vinegar strokes! Cheesy


YOU EEEDEOT!
19  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 06, 2014, 10:09:40 PM
20  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: December 06, 2014, 10:05:11 PM
Fuck me, I must have too many folks blocked here.. thats another epic arse answering himself..

Anyway, to quote a bit of blackjag: Darwin himself made the observation that humans were surprisingly like domesticated animals.

Because we trained them to be domesticated. Monkey see, monkey do. I'm not Darwin, who are you?

Clearly you can read our posts, otherwise why would you assume we were talking to you? Well you do have delusions of grandeur so you probably would. Fuck this is getting complicated!

But anyway, Fuck You again! Kiss
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