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January 02, 2014, 05:55:49 PM
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Here's a blatant divergence from the thread.  What the author describes should be good for Bitcoin however.  He get annoyed at Happy New Years wishes and decries disasters that might befall the world and the US in the coming year.  When he gets to the US economy he postulates:

"  But even sooner than a nuclear disaster, we may be facing an even more critical economic disaster -- the catastrophic loss of the dollar’s unique position as the international reserve currency. This is imminent, according to leading economic and political analysts, and would trigger a total collapse of the U.S. banking system, generating explosive financial panic as we are subjected – not only to massive inflation – but also the immediate seizure by failing banks of all our deposits: checking accounts, savings accounts, Certificates of Deposit (CDs), money market funds, pensions, and any other liquid assets. Can failing banks really seize our money “just like that”? Yep, just like that. It is perfectly legal; the enabling “bail-in” laws have already been put on the books in the U.S. and Europe (did you sleep through that?).

 

And don’t think the FDIC  will protect your deposits up to the $250,000 limit promised by this agency. For when the failing banks seize your deposits, they will convert your money into stock in their failed institutions, rendering you “legally compensated” for your loss, and therefore not entitled to reimbursement  by the FDIC. Not that it will matter because, by that time, the FDIC will be bankrupt, since it has reserves of only $25 billion, whereas the seized deposits requiring compensation would likely exceed $25 trillion. And even if the FDIC could lay its hands on $25 trillion (fat chance, since this is nearly twice the entire Gross Domestic Product of the United States), another statute now  on the books, namely the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, which was arm-twisted into law by Citigroup, JP Morgan, Chase,  Wells Fargo and the rest of the usual suspects (bet you slept through that, too), compels the FDIC to give preference to derivatives counter-parties over mere depositors like yourself, whose claims for reimbursement could exceed $600 trillion – or more than the GDP of the entire world economy. "



Yeah, crazy people silly nonsense...

I agree... sometime soon, you may want to have btc only, and no usa fiat for that reason....
hopefully by then btc will be wider accepted...  will be interesting to see who gets the base currency.
The problem is much bigger than most realize....
Our country is so far in debt now, there's no chance for a recovery under the current system.
They just keep printing more, with nothing to back it, and banks issuing loans to create even more,
with nothing ventured from their own stash...  like the housing bubble.  Raised everyone's interest rates
until nobody could afford to keep up the pmts, and literally re-possessed America.... THEN got compensated by the Gov't with a bailout.....
THEN Auctioned & still selling homes it has re-possessed at premium rates. Bam, we have your home you almost paid off, got a bailout from Uncle Sam for it, and now wer'e re- selling it for way more than you owed....  and remember, the money they loaned out for the home was created by the bank itself... because the FDIC & FED don't require the actual funds "loaned out" to be held by the lending institution, it's just a promissory note on both ends... Yet the bank literally owns your home at that point. NO bank reserves are even touched in a home loan. "Free money everywhere... it's like literally getting paid 3 times for a home that was never actually paid for by the lending bank, and they still own it. The pyramid goes all the way to the top... The FED(Federal Reserve), which is NOT owned by the government, it's a PRIVATE institution, held by the "Builderburgs"  supposadly formed to "Maximize employment, stable prices, and moderate long-term interest rates."   US Banks caused the entire housing crash this way...on purpose IMHO    With Ben Bernanke heading up the effort.
USA is nearly done raping it's people... wonder how long it will take is all.
The real Q is: How long can we continue to print $ backed with nothing other than a consumer's dream of home ownership?


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January 02, 2014, 07:01:07 PM
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Here's a blatant divergence from the thread.  What the author describes should be good for Bitcoin however.  He get annoyed at Happy New Years wishes and decries disasters that might befall the world and the US in the coming year.  When he gets to the US economy he postulates:

"  But even sooner than a nuclear disaster, we may be facing an even more critical economic disaster -- the catastrophic loss of the dollar’s unique position as the international reserve currency. This is imminent, according to leading economic and political analysts, and would trigger a total collapse of the U.S. banking system, generating explosive financial panic as we are subjected – not only to massive inflation – but also the immediate seizure by failing banks of all our deposits: checking accounts, savings accounts, Certificates of Deposit (CDs), money market funds, pensions, and any other liquid assets. Can failing banks really seize our money “just like that”? Yep, just like that. It is perfectly legal; the enabling “bail-in” laws have already been put on the books in the U.S. and Europe (did you sleep through that?).

 

And don’t think the FDIC  will protect your deposits up to the $250,000 limit promised by this agency. For when the failing banks seize your deposits, they will convert your money into stock in their failed institutions, rendering you “legally compensated” for your loss, and therefore not entitled to reimbursement  by the FDIC. Not that it will matter because, by that time, the FDIC will be bankrupt, since it has reserves of only $25 billion, whereas the seized deposits requiring compensation would likely exceed $25 trillion. And even if the FDIC could lay its hands on $25 trillion (fat chance, since this is nearly twice the entire Gross Domestic Product of the United States), another statute now  on the books, namely the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, which was arm-twisted into law by Citigroup, JP Morgan, Chase,  Wells Fargo and the rest of the usual suspects (bet you slept through that, too), compels the FDIC to give preference to derivatives counter-parties over mere depositors like yourself, whose claims for reimbursement could exceed $600 trillion – or more than the GDP of the entire world economy. "



Yeah, crazy people silly nonsense...

I agree... sometime soon, you may want to have btc only, and no usa fiat for that reason....
hopefully by then btc will be wider accepted...  will be interesting to see who gets the base currency.
The problem is much bigger than most realize....
Our country is so far in debt now, there's no chance for a recovery under the current system.
They just keep printing more, with nothing to back it, and banks issuing loans to create even more,
with nothing ventured from their own stash...  like the housing bubble.  Raised everyone's interest rates
until nobody could afford to keep up the pmts, and literally re-possessed America.... THEN got compensated by the Gov't with a bailout.....
THEN Auctioned & still selling homes it has re-possessed at premium rates. Bam, we have your home you almost paid off, got a bailout from Uncle Sam for it, and now wer'e re- selling it for way more than you owed....  and remember, the money they loaned out for the home was created by the bank itself... because the FDIC & FED don't require the actual funds "loaned out" to be held by the lending institution, it's just a promissory note on both ends... Yet the bank literally owns your home at that point. NO bank reserves are even touched in a home loan. "Free money everywhere... it's like literally getting paid 3 times for a home that was never actually paid for by the lending bank, and they still own it. The pyramid goes all the way to the top... The FED(Federal Reserve), which is NOT owned by the government, it's a PRIVATE institution, held by the "Builderburgs"  supposadly formed to "Maximize employment, stable prices, and moderate long-term interest rates."   US Banks caused the entire housing crash this way...on purpose IMHO    With Ben Bernanke heading up the effort.
USA is nearly done raping it's people... wonder how long it will take is all.
The real Q is: How long can we continue to print $ backed with nothing other than a consumer's dream of home ownership?

I agree.  My father was a staunch conservative, a senior account agent with a national insurance company.  Insurance companies are little more than banks that gamble but their gambles are backed by studies that qualify and quantify everything and when they bet it's like having Vegas house odds or better.  He use to say 'don't worry about the national debt, after all we only owe it to ourselves' but of course in the 21st Century that is no longer the case.  Post WWI when Germany had vast reparations to shell out they drastically devalued their currency and so major US financial entities used the devalued German money to buy up German industry.   So, maybe the Chinese will buy Century21 Inc and buy up American homes.  Who knows, maybe one day a good portion of Americans will be renting from the Chinese.  Heck, I do believe organized crime finds apartment buildings and rental homes excellent investments so why not overseas American debt holders doing the same thing.

You might have a small matza ball soup shop, a few tables and bar and popular.  You get approached and told you will launder money.  From then on every year you're saving $50k.  You start buying up real estate in the town.  By the time you retire you own a good part of the town.



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January 02, 2014, 07:22:38 PM
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Happy new difficulty 1.41 bilion, next difficulty comnig soon, (for next 10-11 days),
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I agree... sometime soon, you may want to have btc only, and no usa fiat for that reason....
hopefully by then btc will be wider accepted...  will be interesting to see who gets the base currency.
The problem is much bigger than most realize....
Our country is so far in debt now, there's no chance for a recovery under the current system
They just keep printing more, with nothing to back it, and banks issuing loans to create even more,
with nothing ventured from their own stash...  like the housing bubble.  Raised everyone's interest rates
.....
Veering off-topic but this is an interesting video that explains it all

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFDe5kUUyT0

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Well KNC is a huge force in BTC, so it's very relevant... we are re-shaping global commerce right now!
Totally all the more reason BTC is sweeping the globe by force, Banks will simply have to get with the program, or die. Your cold stored BTC-QT wallet is about a thousand times safer than a bank account, let's face it. You will never get an overdraft charge from Bitcoin, or get your account tapped by Child Support, etc....  and the fed aren't creating BTC.... KNC machines are! Hope you own one!


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Here's a blatant divergence from the thread.  What the author describes should be good for Bitcoin however.  He get annoyed at Happy New Years wishes and decries disasters that might befall the world and the US in the coming year.  When he gets to the US economy he postulates:

"  But even sooner than a nuclear disaster, we may be facing an even more critical economic disaster -- the catastrophic loss of the dollar’s unique position as the international reserve currency. This is imminent, according to leading economic and political analysts, and would trigger a total collapse of the U.S. banking system, generating explosive financial panic as we are subjected – not only to massive inflation – but also the immediate seizure by failing banks of all our deposits: checking accounts, savings accounts, Certificates of Deposit (CDs), money market funds, pensions, and any other liquid assets. Can failing banks really seize our money “just like that”? Yep, just like that. It is perfectly legal; the enabling “bail-in” laws have already been put on the books in the U.S. and Europe (did you sleep through that?).

 

And don’t think the FDIC  will protect your deposits up to the $250,000 limit promised by this agency. For when the failing banks seize your deposits, they will convert your money into stock in their failed institutions, rendering you “legally compensated” for your loss, and therefore not entitled to reimbursement  by the FDIC. Not that it will matter because, by that time, the FDIC will be bankrupt, since it has reserves of only $25 billion, whereas the seized deposits requiring compensation would likely exceed $25 trillion. And even if the FDIC could lay its hands on $25 trillion (fat chance, since this is nearly twice the entire Gross Domestic Product of the United States), another statute now  on the books, namely the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, which was arm-twisted into law by Citigroup, JP Morgan, Chase,  Wells Fargo and the rest of the usual suspects (bet you slept through that, too), compels the FDIC to give preference to derivatives counter-parties over mere depositors like yourself, whose claims for reimbursement could exceed $600 trillion – or more than the GDP of the entire world economy. "



Yeah, crazy people silly nonsense...


Yep. And more than half the country voted for them.


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wow, this thread got OTed into next week. BTW, Happy New Year!!!
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Here's a blatant divergence from the thread.  What the author describes should be good for Bitcoin however.  He get annoyed at Happy New Years wishes and decries disasters that might befall the world and the US in the coming year.  When he gets to the US economy he postulates:

"  But even sooner than a nuclear disaster, we may be facing an even more critical economic disaster -- the catastrophic loss of the dollar’s unique position as the international reserve currency. This is imminent, according to leading economic and political analysts, and would trigger a total collapse of the U.S. banking system, generating explosive financial panic as we are subjected – not only to massive inflation – but also the immediate seizure by failing banks of all our deposits: checking accounts, savings accounts, Certificates of Deposit (CDs), money market funds, pensions, and any other liquid assets. Can failing banks really seize our money “just like that”? Yep, just like that. It is perfectly legal; the enabling “bail-in” laws have already been put on the books in the U.S. and Europe (did you sleep through that?).

 

And don’t think the FDIC  will protect your deposits up to the $250,000 limit promised by this agency. For when the failing banks seize your deposits, they will convert your money into stock in their failed institutions, rendering you “legally compensated” for your loss, and therefore not entitled to reimbursement  by the FDIC. Not that it will matter because, by that time, the FDIC will be bankrupt, since it has reserves of only $25 billion, whereas the seized deposits requiring compensation would likely exceed $25 trillion. And even if the FDIC could lay its hands on $25 trillion (fat chance, since this is nearly twice the entire Gross Domestic Product of the United States), another statute now  on the books, namely the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, which was arm-twisted into law by Citigroup, JP Morgan, Chase,  Wells Fargo and the rest of the usual suspects (bet you slept through that, too), compels the FDIC to give preference to derivatives counter-parties over mere depositors like yourself, whose claims for reimbursement could exceed $600 trillion – or more than the GDP of the entire world economy. "



Yeah, crazy people silly nonsense...

I agree... sometime soon, you may want to have btc only, and no usa fiat for that reason....
hopefully by then btc will be wider accepted...  will be interesting to see who gets the base currency.
The problem is much bigger than most realize....
Our country is so far in debt now, there's no chance for a recovery under the current system.
They just keep printing more, with nothing to back it, and banks issuing loans to create even more,
with nothing ventured from their own stash...  like the housing bubble.  Raised everyone's interest rates
until nobody could afford to keep up the pmts, and literally re-possessed America.... THEN got compensated by the Gov't with a bailout.....
THEN Auctioned & still selling homes it has re-possessed at premium rates. Bam, we have your home you almost paid off, got a bailout from Uncle Sam for it, and now wer'e re- selling it for way more than you owed....  and remember, the money they loaned out for the home was created by the bank itself... because the FDIC & FED don't require the actual funds "loaned out" to be held by the lending institution, it's just a promissory note on both ends... Yet the bank literally owns your home at that point. NO bank reserves are even touched in a home loan. "Free money everywhere... it's like literally getting paid 3 times for a home that was never actually paid for by the lending bank, and they still own it. The pyramid goes all the way to the top... The FED(Federal Reserve), which is NOT owned by the government, it's a PRIVATE institution, held by the "Builderburgs"  supposadly formed to "Maximize employment, stable prices, and moderate long-term interest rates."   US Banks caused the entire housing crash this way...on purpose IMHO    With Ben Bernanke heading up the effort.
USA is nearly done raping it's people... wonder how long it will take is all.
The real Q is: How long can we continue to print $ backed with nothing other than a consumer's dream of home ownership?

Holy shit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Some who knows the truth!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for sharing your thoughts  Wink

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Does anyone notice that their miners generally runs better until the first flushwork?

I get around 1% HW errors, and after a flushwork occurs, it shoots up to 3-4%. The HW ticker goes from 1-7 a jump to upwards of 50 a jump.
YES, I noticed that all along...   I think the flush-work....still needs work!
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It seems to "Flush" with every single block detected, and not for just the pool you are on, which causes the errror rate to be higher than it has to be...drastically.
IMHO...that's the biggest tweak needed atm

You are way off on this one...

Flushwork has to run with every block detected on the network. Blocks are built on top of each other network wide, not just on your pool.
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Does anyone notice that their miners generally runs better until the first flushwork?

I get around 1% HW errors, and after a flushwork occurs, it shoots up to 3-4%. The HW ticker goes from 1-7 a jump to upwards of 50 a jump.
YES, I noticed that all along...   I think the flush-work....still needs work!
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It seems to "Flush" with every single block detected, and not for just the pool you are on, which causes the errror rate to be higher than it has to be...drastically.
IMHO...that's the biggest tweak needed atm

You are way off on this one...

Flushwork has to run with every block detected on the network. Blocks are built on top of each other network wide, not just on your pool.
Hmm, I still respectfully disagree. Here's why...
I never had that problem mining with GPU's... and it never flushed anything other than our own "Stale" shares.

In pool mining...We don't solve blocks for other pools, we work on our own blocks, and by running flush-work every time a block is detected, you literally loose every workshare you are currently solving, even though your pool hasn't found it's block yet.


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Here's a blatant divergence from the thread.  What the author describes should be good for Bitcoin however.  He get annoyed at Happy New Years wishes and decries disasters that might befall the world and the US in the coming year.  When he gets to the US economy he postulates:

"  But even sooner than a nuclear disaster, we may be facing an even more critical economic disaster -- the catastrophic loss of the dollar’s unique position as the international reserve currency. This is imminent, according to leading economic and political analysts, and would trigger a total collapse of the U.S. banking system, generating explosive financial panic as we are subjected – not only to massive inflation – but also the immediate seizure by failing banks of all our deposits: checking accounts, savings accounts, Certificates of Deposit (CDs), money market funds, pensions, and any other liquid assets. Can failing banks really seize our money “just like that”? Yep, just like that. It is perfectly legal; the enabling “bail-in” laws have already been put on the books in the U.S. and Europe (did you sleep through that?).

 

And don’t think the FDIC  will protect your deposits up to the $250,000 limit promised by this agency. For when the failing banks seize your deposits, they will convert your money into stock in their failed institutions, rendering you “legally compensated” for your loss, and therefore not entitled to reimbursement  by the FDIC. Not that it will matter because, by that time, the FDIC will be bankrupt, since it has reserves of only $25 billion, whereas the seized deposits requiring compensation would likely exceed $25 trillion. And even if the FDIC could lay its hands on $25 trillion (fat chance, since this is nearly twice the entire Gross Domestic Product of the United States), another statute now  on the books, namely the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, which was arm-twisted into law by Citigroup, JP Morgan, Chase,  Wells Fargo and the rest of the usual suspects (bet you slept through that, too), compels the FDIC to give preference to derivatives counter-parties over mere depositors like yourself, whose claims for reimbursement could exceed $600 trillion – or more than the GDP of the entire world economy. "



Yeah, crazy people silly nonsense...


Yep. And more than half the country voted for them.


Soy, link please?

It was an email so I don't have an online link.  Here it is in its entirety.


Dear WBAI Supporter –

 

I am not ungrateful, but my first reaction to someone wishing me a Happy New is, “Jeez ... Snap out of it! Who could possibly entertain the faintest hope of a Happy New Year after listening to the ongoing litany of doomsday scenarios presented every day on the airwaves of WBAI?

 

n  Rising sea levels caused by global warming will soon flood the subways and electrical sub-structures of New York (and most other port cities such as London, Tokyo, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Rotterdam, Buenos Aires, etc.), shutting off electricity to homes, businesses, hospitals, factories, schools, banks, stores; also access to fresh water (it is pumped by electricity); and gasoline (ditto); and food supplies (delivered trucks that can’t cross inoperable toll bridges and tunnels or navigate streets impossibly grid-locked by lack of traffic lights); not to mention no elevator service, no heating or air conditioning  in residential and commercial buildings; inability to access your checking or savings account, get cash or make credit card purchases to buy food, water, medicine, clothing or other necessities; or access your computer or the internet; or switch on the radio or TV to find out what’s going on; or call anyone on your home phone or cell phone in case of emergency.

 

n  According to privately circulated estimates among city administrative officials and police and fire department personnel, the result of such an event would be citywide panic and the breakdown of law and order, precipitating widespread rioting by armed gangs of looters, thieves, rapists, and ravishers from the Hamptons to Glen Cove, and from Battery Park to the Upper West Side.

 

n  And while they are looting and thieving and raping and ravishing, we might want to consider Fukishima. Another moderate earthquake and/or typhoon (a frequent occurrence) could precipitate the world’s largest nuclear meltdown, and the world’s largest single-event death toll in history. At the moment, however (thank Heaven for small favors), the Fukishima facility is “only” pouring millions of gallons a day of radioactive waste water into the Pacifica Ocean, resulting in massive and irreversible poisoning of air, water, and fish, which has already produced a notable spike in cancers, birth defects and general health debilitation – not only in Japan – but also in America’s Pacifica Northwest, soon to be repeated in Los Angeles and elsewhere across the U.S.

 

n  But why look to Japan for nuclear nastiness? Much closer to home we have the frighteningly imminent possibility of nuclear meltdown at the Indian Point Nuclear Plant, only 28 miles from New York City. Operating way past its certified end-of-life, tottering along like an arthritis-afflicted ancient, badly maintained, recipient of numerous non-compliance citations from nuclear regulatory agencies, subject to frequent malfunctions, and criminally vulnerable even to “mild” earthquakes (or inept sabotage), an Indian Point meltdown could kill 40 million people in 40 minutes, and doom untold millions more to excruciating slow deaths in the months to come, while making the entire New York Metropolitan area an uninhabitable radioactive wasteland for thousands of years.

 

n  But even sooner than a nuclear disaster, we may be facing an even more critical economic disaster -- the catastrophic loss of the dollar’s unique position as the international reserve currency. This is imminent, according to leading economic and political analysts, and would trigger a total collapse of the U.S. banking system, generating explosive financial panic as we are subjected – not only to massive inflation – but also the immediate seizure by failing banks of all our deposits: checking accounts, savings accounts, Certificates of Deposit (CDs), money market funds, pensions, and any other liquid assets. Can failing banks really seize our money “just like that”? Yep, just like that. It is perfectly legal; the enabling “bail-in” laws have already been put on the books in the U.S. and Europe (did you sleep through that?).

 

And don’t think the FDIC  will protect your deposits up to the $250,000 limit promised by this agency. For when the failing banks seize your deposits, they will convert your money into stock in their failed institutions, rendering you “legally compensated” for your loss, and therefore not entitled to reimbursement  by the FDIC. Not that it will matter because, by that time, the FDIC will be bankrupt, since it has reserves of only $25 billion, whereas the seized deposits requiring compensation would likely exceed $25 trillion. And even if the FDIC could lay its hands on $25 trillion (fat chance, since this is nearly twice the entire Gross Domestic Product of the United States), another statute now  on the books, namely the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, which was arm-twisted into law by Citigroup, JP Morgan, Chase,  Wells Fargo and the rest of the usual suspects (bet you slept through that, too), compels the FDIC to give preference to derivatives counter-parties over mere depositors like yourself, whose claims for reimbursement could exceed $600 trillion – or more than the GDP of the entire world economy.

 

n  But that’s not all. About a minute before the above-described financial collapse, the Government will suddenly announce the immediate devaluation of the U.S. dollar. (Of course, former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner officially denied that the Treasury would ever do this. But on the other hand, as British journalist Claude Cockburn, once warned, “Never believe anything until it is officially denied.”) This devaluation would wipe out (if anything was left) the last vestige of the savings and buying power of virtually everyone in the country, except the 1% who own it.

 

n  Simultaneously, the Government would also issue a proclamation officially seizing -- and harshly criminalizing the holding of -- gold and/or silver by private citizens, so that those who had been trying to hedge against collapse of the dollar by hoarding gold and silver, could not benefit. Few analysts mention this scenario, but it is inevitable. In fact, it has already been done in America -- with “fines of $10,000, or imprisonment, or both” for violators. See FDR’s Executive Order 6102, which I have attached in all its ominous glory. [The same text in more readable form is at http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=14611&st=&st1=]

 

n  At the same time, restrictive international monetary laws will be in force (many countries have already enacted them) forbidding citizens, non-citizens, or foreigners to transfer more than a token value of assets (cash, precious metals, jewelry, ownership of real property) from one country another, on pain of imprisonment and fine; so that those who sought to shield their assets by stashing them overseas may still own them, but will never get to enjoy them – sort of like being the proud owner of a magnificent swimming pool ... on the Moon.

 

n  But hey, what’s money? Food is more important. Unfortunately, a large portion -- perhaps even most -- of the crops now being grown in the U.S. are either already Genetically Modified or on the way to being “infected” and “mingled” with GM seeds. (No one really knows for sure the actual extent, and those able to find out, don’t want to know). Every day, Monsanto’s vigilant army of “crop detectives” discovers allegedly “stolen” GMO seeds on another non-GMO farmer’s land (blown by wind or dropped by birds), which gives Monsanto grounds to sue for “seed theft,” as it has successfully been doing for the last 10 years, winning huge settlements that bankrupt non-GMO farmers, and accelerate the ultimate takeover of our entire U.S. food supply by GM agriculture, dairy production, meat, and fish.

 

n  But why bother to pay attention to what’s going on around you? The Government will pay attention for you, the same way it is already paying attention to you. Unlimited NSA surveillance now allows the Government to track you wherever you are, in case they want to arrest you; or to discover and blackmail you about private and potentially embarrassing events or issues, if they merely want to ruin your life. Either way, if you pose a threat, they can crush you.

 

n  Can you resist that kind of Government pressure? Sure, if you want a broken arm or a rubber bullet in your head. That’s because the growing militarization (and brutalization) of local state and city police forces -- along with the shredding of posse comitatus – is the Government’s way of preparing for the “pacification” and detainment of large numbers of citizens by using overwhelming armed force, when (not “if”) the loss of their savings, jobs, income, food, water, and homes precipitates the anger, rioting, looting, and clamor for revolution that will follow the playing out of the various scenarios described above.

 

n  As a minor distraction, given present technology, there is also the real possibility (Dick Cheney is just waiting to say I told you so) of small nuclear devices being brought into this country piecemeal (and therefore undetectably), then assembled and sited in various locations, to be detonated randomly and terrifying by those who have nothing to lose because they believe (no doubt correctly) that they have already lost everything as a result of military, economic, or cultural predation by the U.S. or one of its proxies.

 

n  By the way, did you notice that fracking is on the rise everywhere? So huge are the profits to be derived from its ability to access and recover hitherto unusable energy deposits, that the practice will be almost impossible to restrict, let alone stop. Therefore, expect even more earthquakes and contamination of water supplies in the future, not only throughout New York State (if Governor Cuomo caves on the issue, as he expected to do) but in virtually every state of the union. But it’s not all bad – hopefully, sometime in the future, fracking will enable you to save 3 to 4 cents a gallon when you gas up (if you can still afford to own a car).

 

n  Are you ready for the solar flares? NASA predicts them to hit in force within the next 10-14 months, though with as yet unknown severity. But according to some knowledgeable analysts, they may hit with enough force to knock out electricity, transportation, and computer capability on a global basis, dragging the world back to the 15th century. That might not be so bad, if at least humanity survived. But it may not, because the international energy grid transformers, which supply the world’s electrical power, were never hardened against solar flares. So they could all be fried. Which means -- if worldwide electric power ceases even for only 48-72 hours (and some predict it could cease for months or even years) -- the 435 or so nuclear reactors around the globe will (after their 48-72 hours of backup generator fuel is expended) be unable to circulate cold water over their nuclear cores, and melt down.

 

So even if you have bought or built a looter-proof home, surrounded by barbed wire, on arable farmland, with years of canned food stored in an underground bunker, and your own private spring-fed well – all located hundreds of miles away from the nearest nuclear reactor (say, in Florida or Texas) – what good will it do? When the world’s 435 nuclear reactors all melt down at once, and start spewing radioactive fallout into every global wind current and waterway in the world, will there truly be any place to hide for anyone -- except perhaps those who are willing and able to live underground for the next 25,000 years?

 

There are (sigh) many other very probable disaster scenarios I could list,  but my fingers are getting tired. And listing more would be overkill – like trying to frighten you by threatening to slit your throat after I have already shot you through the heart. So I will stop, and thank all my friends for their Happy New Year’s wishes, some of which could – who knows? -- actually come true. 

 

But I won’t hold my breath – although, given the increasing levels of pollution, holding one’s breath might be one of the few positive actions available in the months ahead.

 

Sweet dreams, all.

 



Stephen M Brown

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Any news for new jupiter batch from knc ? Thanks.
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Any news for new jupiter batch from knc ? Thanks.

Yes, it sold out today for under 10 minutes.

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jupiter is discontinued

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Any news for new jupiter batch from knc ? Thanks.

Yes, it sold out today for under 10 minutes.

Were you just making this up? Or did it actually happen?

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Any news for new jupiter batch from knc ? Thanks.

Yes, it sold out today for under 10 minutes.

Were you just making this up? Or did it actually happen?



They only had 1200 units, I got the first 1000, Cyper got the last 200

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January 03, 2014, 02:58:32 AM
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Any news for new jupiter batch from knc ? Thanks.

Yes, it sold out today for under 10 minutes.

Were you just making this up? Or did it actually happen?



He's making it up.

It was under 8 minutes.

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January 03, 2014, 03:12:05 AM
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Hi guys,

I dont post much in this thread if ever. I do have 1 jupiter and thought I had a second procured but the seller has been non responsive (another story I wont go into here.)..

I have read speculation in this thread about lower priced Jupiters but doesnt that hurt the Neptune market?

My questions for you guys are. What do you think KNC will do with the price of a Jupiter if they were to throw another batch out there?

Do you think they would kill the antminer, BFL products with a painfully priced (to bitmain, BFL)
Jupiter?

Or

Do you think they are waiting for the price of BTC to break 900 again and then release painfully priced (to us) Jupiters?

The reason I bring this up is what I saw with Bitfury gear (doubling the price of H-cards) and antminers selling at above 4000 usd equivilent when BTC was sky high.

Look forward to your responses.

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January 03, 2014, 03:24:02 AM
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Hi guys,
My questions for you guys are. What do you think KNC will do with the price of a Jupiter if they were to throw another batch out there?

Do you think they would kill the antminer, BFL products with a painfully priced (to bitmain, BFL)
Jupiter?

Or

Do you think they are waiting for the price of BTC to break 900 again and then release painfully priced (to us) Jupiters?

The reason I bring this up is what I saw with Bitfury gear (doubling the price of H-cards) and antminers selling at above 4000 usd equivilent when BTC was sky high.

Look forward to your responses.

Best Regards,

I believe KnC will price their hardware at a percentage of the btc they think it will mine over its lifetime. If they think it will mine 6 btc, then they might price for the USD equivalent of 2/3 of that (4 btc). If btc is at a higher value when they go on sale, then the only thing that matters to us is that the entry point will be higher - but your profits will be the same (50% in this example). The higher btc price benefits both us and KnC - unless you can't afford even 1 unit.

If the btc price is low when they go on sale, then it wouldn't be bad for us, but it would be bad for KnC. Perhaps someone who planned to buy 1 would be able to buy 2 instead. The profit margin would be the same for the buyer, regardless of how many they bought.

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January 03, 2014, 03:48:39 AM
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Hey 'rama -- When can we realistically expect an update on hashing specs, power requirements, release timeframe, etc. etc.  I know we're a ways off, but especially for those of us who may need to have some electrical work done, the earlier we know some of this info, the easier it will be to plan... Thanks!
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