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1  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Forgotten wallet password: Is there a regex brute force program? on: September 27, 2021, 05:22:50 PM
Hi y'all! A friend has forgotten his password, already several years back before mnemonic backups, and the bitcoins are now worth quite something. He has some idea of what it might be, but it's millions of possible combinations, impossible for him to try sequentially, but trivial for a computer to process if the right regex pattern could be supplied given some knowledge of parts of the password.

Is there such a brute force program that could be used to try a regex against a wallet.dat file?
2  Other / Politics & Society / Re: 2020 Democrats on: June 02, 2020, 12:58:47 AM
Fortunately the world is not limited to what you recall. Lets just call documented fact "conspiracy theory" and pretend like it doesn't exist. I guess voter fraud is only important when it doesn't serve your interests.

You have extremely flexible standards of what passes for a "documented fact". The NC 9th district case was a serious one, they had to re-run the election. A republican still won BTW so there is an argument to be made that even this case of fraud didn't really change the outcome.

How many such cases can you show let's say in the last 20 years? Proven in the court of law, with the potential to change the outcome of an election.

Weird how the only case you think is serious is the single one that supports your bias. It is almost like you have no principles and think the ends justify the means, and gaining power at any cost is acceptable to you.

Hahaha, yeah, moral relativism and social darwinism is the bread and butter of leftist NPC brainwashing.

Killary won the popular vote durr durr, cuz they were both competing to win the popular vote didn't you know? Abolish electoral college! Hell let's abolish the electorate, why can't we just choose the good guys, the progressives, the ones that will give us money?

Anyway, ima vote for Joe cuz he's senile so no longer a rapist and Trump is racist and something about Russian collusion.
3  Other / Politics & Society / Re: 2020 Democrats on: December 30, 2019, 05:58:34 PM
This isn't mean to sound rude or anything along those lines, but I don't think that the country is ready yet to elect a gay person.
That already happened in 2008 with Obama, who is thoroughly gay (although not officially).
That sounds like something people who don't like Obama made up, which is pretty messed up on multiple levels.  It's pretty accepted among historians that James Buchanan was gay though.  That was before the civil war though, so doesn't really change what squatz said.

Sure it sounds like that, but that says nothing about whether it's true or not. There is a lot of evidence showing Obama is gay and not even into women (many of the other puppet/easily-controlled politicians are perverts who are into both genders and sometimes children too). Consider for example the fascinating account of Larry Sinclair (who seemed to have nothing to gain other than getting killed) about Obama:

I stand corrected though about James Buchanan.

i like kamala harris, the most, but i don't think democrats will win, democrats have made america hedonistic and unsustainable, they are now for greed reasons hate russia.

joe biden is the biggest trash american's can vote for, he is just a career politician, claims he is fighting racist injustice but defacto thinks "after me the flood" and just turns race relation upside down, instead of seeking to boost equity.

trump is unknowingly the most communist candidate.

biden represents whats wrong with democracy

Wait, wat? You like Kamala Harris the most and you think Trump rather than Bernie is the most communistic candidate?? What MSM outlet have you been paying attention to, The Harris Post?

Did you see Tulsi Gabbard obliterating psycho Kamala in 3 minutes?:

Let me explain. Biden has been picked for you. Now the whisper campaign about Pete must be contributed to.

Hillary has been picked for you. Her rug licking will be ignored 100%. That is not one of your subjects of conversation.

Is it starting to make sense?

But they know Biden has about 0 chance of beating Trump. The guy mumbles malarkey, he doesn't even make any sense much of the time, he's geriatric. Hillary may have atrocious health to the point of traveling around in a disguised ambulance, but she is able to remain coherent. She is their only hope.

Honestly I didn't care for Biden at all until this whole Ukraine / Hunter Biden / Burisma thing surfaced. It came to light just how hard Trump was attacking Biden, and now I feel its our (anybody who doesn't like Trump) duty to rally behind Biden. Despite some people's assertions that Ukraine spelled the end of Biden's legacy, he's doing quite well in the polls, having his biggest lead over the next candidate since mid September.

That's quite insane, to think it's your duty to rally behind some super-weak candidate because Trump pointed out corruption by the Bidens and Obama (which others including myself had been pointing out well before Trump ever did anything) and the same folks who incessantly drilled into your mind the Russian collusion hoax for over two years now shifted from one country to the next, continuing to project and accuse others of what they themselves are doing. I bet you still believe there was some kind of unclear "Russian collusion", and that they have lots of solid evidence to impeach Trump.  Huh Shocked

4  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Health tips people need to know on: December 30, 2019, 02:28:30 PM
Forgot to mention, colonoscopies are also highly questionable: (cancer scares tend to be fake news, oncology being possibly the 2nd most corrupt within the medical industry behind only the lawless and amoral vaccine industry)
5  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Health tips people need to know on: December 30, 2019, 02:20:53 PM
Pap smears, breast examinations (even men), colonoscopy... a good idea to do them in recommended time frames.

Except mammograms (what often is meant by "breast examinations"), you might want to carefully consider those, as they carry some risk of cancer and there are better alternatives:

If what doctors say is true:
- then why are they often surprised when people live who are not expected to live, and that people die who are not expected to die;
- then why do many doctors not prescribe for their own families the same medications that they prescribe for other people;
- then why is it that they haven't figured out how to keep people alive for 500 years.

Doctors know a lot of stuff. But they mostly know that they don't know much of how life works.


There are a large number, I want to say a majority, of people in the medical industry who are well-meaning people, and a large subset within that who are heart-centered/service-to-others-oriented.

But the business model of the healthcare industry hinges upon people being sick. Even moreso the pharmaceutical industry. There are more incentives to keep people sick than to keep them healthy. Drug research is conducted based on how to mask a condition rather than how to expand consciousness (e.g. by ideally agonizing serotonin receptor types), how to increase well-being (e.g. by selective modulation of neurotransmitters, like a safer MDMA), how to help you meditate (say by eliminating anxiety or mind chatter), etc.

"Medicine, the only profession that labors incessantly to destroy the reason for its existence." --James Bryce

"The specific disease doctrine is the grand refuge of weak, uncultured, unstable minds, such as now rule in the medical profession. There are no specific diseases; there are specific disease conditions." --Florence Nightingale

"'Modern medicine' may well be defined as 'the experimental study of what happens when poisonous chemicals are placed into malnourished human bodies.'" --A. Saul, Contributing Editor, Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine

Try "gotu kola" for brain enhancement. Take it with Korean ginseng, and Russian ginseng (which is really eleuthero), and eat a lot of fish and walnuts.

Those are great indeed, although only small fish which eat few or no other fish is recommended, because of high mercury levels in most seas. An example is salmon, which by itself is one of the healthiest things you can eat, but due to the mercury contamination it's only worth it if it's wild-caught from uncontaminated waters in Alaska. Mercury is one of the most damaging toxins, but it's a slow gradual easily unnoticeable damage spread over its long half-lives. Farmed salmon also has several other toxins such as pesticides, antibiotics, dioxins, PCBs:

Good. I'm glad we are in agreement that all serious scientific and peer reviewed data back up my statements.

Only if by "all serious scientific and peer reviewed data" you mean the (unscientific) selective science underpinning the established/dogmatic beliefs and deliberate lies of the medical and pharmaceutical industry.

"Medicine being a compendium of the successive and contradictory mistakes of medical practitioners, when we summon the wisest of them to our aid, the chances are that we may be relying on a scientific truth the error of which will be recognized in a few years' time." --Marcel Proust

"It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine." --Dr. Marcia Angell (2009)

It's actually far more common for tolerance to side effects to develop over time, rather than sensitization to them. Still, if you have serious side effects then of course you should try a different class of drug, but that's not what you said originally. You said you should continually cycle between drug types, which is just plain dangerous.

Not continually based on some schedule based on generalities/averages as the medical industry would give you the impression is the best way to do it, but based on your own discernment of desired-to-undesired effects progression over time. The same is true for any drug taken chronically. You generally want to allow homeostasis to take hold, rather than adaption to chronic administration of some chemical.
6  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Health tips people need to know on: December 29, 2019, 10:59:56 PM
-eliminate sugary fruits and starchy carbs too (low-carb or even keto diet)
Sugary fruits are fine in moderation, and healthy starchy carbs are good because they keep you feeling fuller for longer and make you less likely to snack on junk.

Yeah, they're not the worst unless overdone, but there's also the idea of keeping stable insulin and glucose levels, and taking it to its full extent that's called a keto diet, which has clear benefits (as you might discover if you do research beyond preconceptions).

-avoid GMOs at all cost, and go organic wherever you can
There is a grand total of zero evidence to show that GMOs are in anyway harmful or that organic food is anyway more healthy.

You have done a grand total of zero research, outside of mainstream sources appealing to officialdom.

-avoid major toxins like aspartame, MSG, fluoride,
All evidence shows that recommended levels of aspartame, MSG, and fluoride are harmless.

Only if by "all" you mean the tiny sliver of selective scientific data you have received from perceived authoritative sources and are presuming represents an accurate perception of the whole body of evidence.

If you need antihypertensives, find which types work best for you and cycle between different types (there are like 7-11 types i.e. different mechanisms of action).
This is terrible advice. There is good evidence for which antihypertensive drugs are most effective in particular age groups, sexes, and ethnicities. You should only swap drugs if it is either ineffective or gives you side effects. Cycling between them exposes you to big swings in blood pressure as you stop one and start another, as well as exposing you to multiple side effect profiles, for no benefit.

That "good evidence" is in a general sense. Each individual is unique and generalizations aren't necessarily the best idea, unless you're interested in average/mediocre health. As with almost any drug, they each, when used chronically for long enough, end up causing side-effects, which many doctors will be eager to "treat" with a symptomatic patch while ignoring the root cause. You might notice that, say, chronic use of calcium channel blockers (one of the many types or mechanisms of action by which BP can be artificially lowered) cause swelling in the legs, so it might be a good idea to try switching to an ACE inhibitor or an ARB (two other types, which have a generally lower side-effects profile). I'm not saying that it would be a bad idea to consult with your doctor before making such a decision.

Quote and
These are two of the biggest pseudo-scientific scams out there. They exist only to peddle their incredibly overpriced snake oil.

That exact idea is true about the pseudo-scientific (selectively-scientific) mainstream/industry beliefs you subscribe to, having done no research of your own. Don't forget to take your flu shots and to drink enough fluoride to protect your teeth. Wink

Indeed everything you say is true but there is better than all that is the power of the mind.
If our thoughts are positive in facing the day, then every illness will not easily approach us.

This is also entirely true, though if you're a Westerner you might be operating under particular belief systems that might make keeping good health much more difficult than it needs be.

-avoid GMOs at all cost, and go organic wherever you can
Well, if scientists are crossing a tomatoe with a pinapple so the tomato is yellow, the size of a pumpink and taste like straberry I would definitely stay away.
However, humans have been doing GMO for thousands of years.

Sweet potatoes : 8 000 years Natural GMO? Sweet Potato Genetically Modified 8,000 Years Ago

And also, most scientific consider that grafting is :
It has also been discovered that the horticultural process of grafting different plants together can lead to the exchange of genes, meaning humans have inadvertently been creating transgenic plants for millennia. From genome studies, we can see that gene swapping has been going on since the dawn of life.
    Many plants are naturally GMO, research finds

There are many different levels to the idea of "genetic modification". In the broadest sense that you're talking about, the damage is limited to things like oversweet fruits contributing to things like overeating, diabetes, CVD. In the sense, it's the wild west, making a testing ground out of your body without your consent (at least without proper consideration).

Lots of useful advices! Let me add just a couple more which I consider quite important. Breathing and moderate exposure to cold. There are various methods. I would recommend Wim Hof method which combines both. Ease to do, doesn't require much time, gives you quick and tangible results. Highly recommended Smiley     

Another winner! Combine that with (careful) fasting and you've got an extremely cheap yet powerful stem cell regeneration technology at your fingertips.
7  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Health tips people need to know on: December 06, 2019, 02:00:31 PM
My unpopular health tips.

Try to avoid visiting the doctor, all they do is ro push the propaganda that they have lent from the Pharma companies.
Don't allow them to vaccinate you, it doesn't do any good, nd it is designed to damge your immune system.
Drink a few litres of water every day.
Cut out sugar, you get enough from fruit and veg.
Make sure yo get enough salt - you lose a teaspoon of salt if you drink 4 cups of coffee.
Use salt from ancient oceans ( such as Himalayan ), and not table salt with free running agents or sea salt with micro or nano plastics in it.
Use Bicarb of soda to reduce acid reflux - don't buy antacid ills.
Stop smoking or vaping
Don't take drugs - pharma or recreational
Don't use seed oils (vegetable oils ).
High blood pressure is your body trying to cope with a problem - fix the problem, and don't make things worse by reducing your blood pressure.
Get regular exercise and sleep.
There are loads more - for example, eat a cup of raw spinach every day

Remember, I'm not a doctor, and this is not medical advice. It's just the opinion of a 77 year old man with no medical problems, who doesn't take any drugs ever. The above advice may not apply if you have already messed up your immune system as a result of bad advice from your doctor.

They are popular tips to those with a clue about health. That's great advice sir! I'd only add to your list of suggestions:

-eliminate sugary fruits and starchy carbs too (low-carb or even keto diet)
-do intermittent fasting - stable glucose and insulin levels does a lot towards repairing and building good health
-avoid GMOs at all cost, and go organic wherever you can
-avoid major toxins like aspartame, MSG, fluoride, toxic artificial colorants, soy products, food/supplement products from China (high heavy metals risk), big fish/sea food that bioaccumulate mercury
-avoid non-stick cookware covered with fluoride, aluminum cookware and others:

Artificially reducing your blood pressure with antihypertensives might be necessary if it's a problem you've ignored for some time, but you should still research what the underlying causes might be and try to correct them in natural ways. If you need antihypertensives, find which types work best for you and cycle between different types (there are like 7-11 types i.e. different mechanisms of action).

I'm also not a doctor but the advice comes from some of the best doctors and health researchers on the planet, who expose the many established lies of the medical, government and Big Pharma industries. Two of the best sources of information regarding health are and - if health research is new to you, be prepared to be shocked by the degree of corruption and misunderstandings in the medical industry/field.  Angry
8  Other / Politics & Society / Re: 2020 Democrats on: December 06, 2019, 01:06:07 PM
This isn't mean to sound rude or anything along those lines, but I don't think that the country is ready yet to elect a gay person.

That already happened in 2008 with Obama, who is thoroughly gay (although not officially). The same was said by the merchants of identity politics back then: the country ain't ready for a black president. And of course one of the many reasons Killary didn't win was that she's a woman (not that she's the most corrupt candidate ever). Being gay is less of a selling point than being black or a woman though due to the Christian voting bloc, that's true.

Seems like Bloomberg is already flopping. All the money in the world won't serve you without some level of charisma. Not supporting communist dictators (because you are one yourself) could help too.

The Deep State currently have no viable candidate except Killary, and that's why More and More People Are Waking Up to the Likelihood of Trump Being Reelected.

9  Other / Politics & Society / Re: 2020 Democrats on: November 19, 2019, 08:37:29 PM
"Bloomberg Officially Files Paperwork For 2020 Presidential Primary"

Once Biden drops out, Killery will show up too, and Bloomberg will do the hand off endorsement to her last minute.

Agreed, this looks like a probable strategy. At the end it's gonna be Killary again (assuming she'll be able to drink enough terrified baby blood to keep herself standing for sufficiently long periods required for the debates), simply because Biden and Sanders are too old and none of the others are electable -- see e.g. Styx's analysis on why Warren is unelectable (also touches on Butthurtgig).

There's Killary, Bloomberg, and potentially Oprah and Michael Obama, no one else stands a chance (i.e. won't get MSM and DNC support). Oh wait, don't forget Jeb Bush! Wink

Of course, if there was a shred of decency or sanity in the DNC and MSM, the nominee would be Russian stooge Tulsi Gabbard.

One good thing about Bloomberg is, due to his status as already having much more money than he can spend in his grandchildren's lifetimes, he is not subject to the same type of corruption as most Democratic politicians (see the Clinton foundation, Obama book and Netflix deals, Biden Ukraine deals, and more). He is much more moderate than anyone currently in the race polling over 2%.

Bloomberg can also survive getting past the lack of early primary success because he can self-finance his campaign, which may give him a shot of picking up many votes once the crowd of candidates thins out. His candidacy may also be intended to try to pull other candidates closer to the middle rather than moving so far left that Obama looks like a member of the Alt-Right.

Good points, I think Bloomberg might be able to be presented as a moderate, but he's got a history of authoritarianism on the level of Killary or Kamala Harris. He's the kind of guy who'll hire corrupt mayors out of jail to join his gun control activist groups that use highly deceptive tactics (lies) like vastly inflating school shooting numbers. New Yorkers seem to be aware that he is clearly a tyrant who ruled with an iron fist (click to see the things he banned in NYC!!), for 12 years, a fact so obvious to those who experienced his rule that even leftists/MSM-believers at the HuffingPaintPost agree.

10  Other / Politics & Society / Re: 2020 Democrats on: October 20, 2019, 01:55:45 AM
Advanced analysis of Dem field:
11  Other / Politics & Society / Re: 2020 Democrats on: September 21, 2019, 06:34:04 PM
The DNC and legacy media see no choice but to resign themselves to support Sleepy Biden. The socialist camp, now led by Warren after cannibalizing Sanders, will be ignored/censored by the corporate Demonrats, unless Biden can't hang on (like Killary could). They need an Oprah or Michael Obama to have a candidate with any solidity. Trump need do little more than blow wind to knock out the existing ones in a live debate. Short of some odd surprise like Bezos running for prez or something happening to Trump, they need to cheat on a scale never achieved before.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: TrumpCoin [TRUMP] - *OFFICIAL THREAD* Funding Projects Domestically & WorldWide on: August 05, 2019, 04:35:33 PM
Works perfectly, nice work. What are Patriotnodes?
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: TrumpCoin [TRUMP] - *OFFICIAL THREAD* Funding Projects Domestically & WorldWide on: May 15, 2019, 12:51:55 PM
Okay, i just might have to get involed. Smiley

I supported Trump since the first day he announced he was running for President.

People only have a bad opinion about him because the MSM does nothing but attack him and try to slow or stop him.

I know that all it will take for this coin to go to the moon is President Trump gets real tax reform and his other promises done. I know he is trying but everyone is trying to stop him.

Btw, i'm not racist at all. I can see through the tricks that the MSM is trying to do.

You guys should be happy because everything that i get involved with grows. B)

Please keep us updated.

As a black man living in America, i have noticed that when someone goes out of there way to tell me that they are not racist, 99.9% of the time they are actually racist. And isn't it weird that you had to proclaim that you not racist for loving trump. Usually, where there is smoke, there is fire. Anyway, good luck to all of you. hopefully we be done with this by feb 2021, or worse, another 5 more years.

The MSM has been saying Trump is racist as are his supporters, resulting in people feeling the need to justify their support of Trump like that. Your "99.9%" generalization is actually a somewhat bigoted view, induced in you by the PC group-identity mind-control programs of the MSM that want you to perceive/assume racism everywhere. I recommend you check out Candace Owens to learn what's happening and then exit the Democrat-MSM plantation.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: ToominCoin aka "Bitcoin_Classic" #R3KT on: May 15, 2019, 12:33:50 PM
LOL of course it was sarcasm!  Cheesy
They have gotten to a level of ridiculous where sarcasm is hard to distinguish from their genuine beliefs.  Embarrassed
I do appreciate your clarification because I was beginning to doubt myself.
Also, I do appreciate that frequently some of the best jokes achieve their best results when they are made as if they were serious.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
Poe's law man, poe's law.

The bamboozled are going to feel pretty cheated when they figure out that I'm just some nobody that got targeted because of my lifelong promotion of freedom and privacy technology. It's probably no accident that "hacking team" was sending out newsletter claiming that bitcoin could become an establishment threat if got improved privacy and then I become a number one target, complete with an over the top disinformation laden NYT hit piece, short after after I published a design and implementation of Confidential Transactions.  Smiley

NYT=WaPo=CNN=MSNBC = CIA mockingbird gangs. When these attack you, you're being considered an enemy... XOR you're one of them, part of a controlled opposition program, being propped up with additional credibility by means of a hit piece. Wink

15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: ToominCoin aka "Bitcoin_Classic" #R3KT on: March 08, 2019, 05:57:33 PM
LOL of course it was sarcasm!  Cheesy

They have gotten to a level of ridiculous where sarcasm is hard to distinguish from their genuine beliefs.  Embarrassed
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: ToominCoin aka "Bitcoin_Classic" #R3KT on: March 07, 2019, 05:18:48 PM
Stable, simple and legal impl of the white paper will win all markets.

I can only see BSV being the true and acceptable Bitcoin.

On what possible basis?  BSV has ~650 nodes.  LN has ~6500 nodes.  It's pretty clear which one the market prefers.

Economic incentives , usability and security level will decide that.

Yeah, 2 GB blocks greatly improves security, usability, and incentives.

It is only about sending p2p cash, for fraction of a cent - stored on a public  blockchain - the world needs that new thing and the world is maximum decentralized, no need to be scared of 'central' control as we see from core and their way of dictatorship planning like in communism or kingdom.

Yeah, team Core is a communistic monarchy with King Gregory making all the decisions. Craigoshi Wrightomoto is leading a meritocracy that follows the only vision that he always intended.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: TrumpCoin [TRUMP] - *OFFICIAL THREAD* Funding Projects Domestically & WorldWide on: January 11, 2019, 03:31:14 PM
It seems that no matter what I try, V3 can't stake any coins. It says "Not staking because you don't have mature coins". (Used the TrumpCoin V3 Bootstrap Download )
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: TrumpCoin [TRUMP] - *OFFICIAL THREAD* Funding Projects Domestically & WorldWide on: July 13, 2017, 05:54:28 PM
19  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Alt-Right = Nazis on: January 19, 2017, 06:45:48 AM
Hahahahaha, great one!  Cheesy

Why Welfare Keeps People Poor, Unmotivated and Helpless - Stefan Molyneux

20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ▐ [ANN] [TRUMP] TrumpCoin ■ Pushing for Political Integration ▌ on: January 18, 2017, 02:55:31 PM

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