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May 04, 2018, 06:35:06 AM

Okay so you got nothing.

Yeah, "nothing"...

http://www.pnas.org/content/98/9/4850

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May 04, 2018, 06:42:09 AM

^^^without science you would still "drive around" with a horse and buggy and work back bending routines for 14hr in the fields.
That would be something.

Or sit on my horse, watching my serfs reap the harvest...

Someone's gotta do it.

I would rather chill in my self driving space car on the way to my Moon solarium loft while doing something kinky with my genetically enhanced partner in zero g, but that's just me. You can dream some dark dreams, I prefer better ones.
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May 04, 2018, 06:43:02 AM

^^^without science you would still "drive around" with a horse and buggy and work back bending routines for 14hr in the fields.
That would be something.
No, we would be poking pigs with sticks. What is with people taking something as complicated as agriculture as a given?
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^^^without science you would still "drive around" with a horse and buggy and work back bending routines for 14hr in the fields.
That would be something.
No, we would be poking pigs with sticks. What is with people taking something as complicated as agriculture as a given?

"without science" overpopulation and destructive mono-culture 'farming' would not be around either, so I guess poking a pig with a stick (or snaring some rabbits) would be reasonable.
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May 04, 2018, 06:58:39 AM

History deniers still believe that socialism can solve things.
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Those CO2 exponential growth projections are bullshit.

Time to short that shit. It clearly does look as it is topping. Dump incoming soon.

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May 04, 2018, 07:10:47 AM

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We should keep this trend up until we reach 800-1000 ppm, so humanity's IQ drops 20-25 points.

Then we're be too stupid to solve things anyway.
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May 04, 2018, 07:10:52 AM

And again all users on the last 3 pages are put on ignore list. Trolls spitting BS in the lust for public attention. I don't care. They are all rekt. The good news from the last days is that BTC is on it's way to 10K! All weak hands are biting their nails because they listened to the trolls and panic sold at 6K. I wonder whether they will die of anger when we break the ATH  Grin
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If the solution to global warming was "oh shit, looks like we'll need to shut down governments and implement anarcho-capitalism to save the planet"...then I might be more inclined to believe the scientists that are paid by the government.

When the solution to global warming (science funded by governments) is "we need to give more power to governments" makes a fella go...hmmm....

Clearly, human pollution is causing severe weather, and climate shifts on all the planets in this solar system.  It is laughable that some people think its driven by the sun.  Moar taxes will fix it all!

There have been five mass extinction events on Earth that we know about. During each one, 75% of all species on the planet died. Most of these extinctions were caused directly or indirectly by climate change. During what palaeontologist have nicknamed The Great Dying, 95% of the species on the planet was wiped out by super volcanoes that erupted for centuries, slowly turning the atmosphere to poison. Another became know as the Oxygen Explosion, during which primitive bacteria covered the planet and oops ate up all the CO2. Humans will probably be the catalyst for the sixth mass extinction, if not the driving force.
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There have been five mass extinction events on Earth that we know about. During each one, 75% of all species on the planet died. Most of these extinctions were caused directly or indirectly by climate change. During what palaeontologist have nicknamed The Great Dying, 95% of the species on the planet was wiped out by super volcanoes that erupted for centuries, slowly turning the atmosphere to poison. Another became know as the Oxygen Explosion, during which primitive bacteria covered the planet and oops ate up all the CO2. Humans will probably be the catalyst for the sixth mass extinction, if not the driving force.

What kind of cars caused the first five extinction events? If they had Teslas would they have been prevented?
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May 04, 2018, 08:09:38 AM

Back to the subject... check out this prediction from 1 year ago:

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/YRZvdurN-The-target-of-current-bubble-lays-between-40k-and-110k/

It's freaking amazing.
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There have been five mass extinction events on Earth that we know about. During each one, 75% of all species on the planet died. Most of these extinctions were caused directly or indirectly by climate change. During what palaeontologist have nicknamed The Great Dying, 95% of the species on the planet was wiped out by super volcanoes that erupted for centuries, slowly turning the atmosphere to poison. Another became know as the Oxygen Explosion, during which primitive bacteria covered the planet and oops ate up all the CO2. Humans will probably be the catalyst for the sixth mass extinction, if not the driving force.

What kind of cars caused the first five extinction events? If they had Teslas would they have been prevented?

The Oxygen Extinction was caused by cyanobacteria, the first and so far only life-form that has successfully kicked off a global apocalypse. We could be the second with that attitude.
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There have been five mass extinction events on Earth that we know about. During each one, 75% of all species on the planet died. Most of these extinctions were caused directly or indirectly by climate change. During what palaeontologist have nicknamed The Great Dying, 95% of the species on the planet was wiped out by super volcanoes that erupted for centuries, slowly turning the atmosphere to poison. Another became know as the Oxygen Explosion, during which primitive bacteria covered the planet and oops ate up all the CO2. Humans will probably be the catalyst for the sixth mass extinction, if not the driving force.

What kind of cars caused the first five extinction events? If they had Teslas would they have been prevented?

The Oxygen Extinction was caused by cyanobacteria, the first and so far only life-form that has successfully kicked off a global apocalypse. We could be the second with that attitude.

I think humans can strive to be better than cyanobacteria. Our global apocalypse will be better.
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There have been five mass extinction events on Earth that we know about. During each one, 75% of all species on the planet died. Most of these extinctions were caused directly or indirectly by climate change. During what palaeontologist have nicknamed The Great Dying, 95% of the species on the planet was wiped out by super volcanoes that erupted for centuries, slowly turning the atmosphere to poison. Another became know as the Oxygen Explosion, during which primitive bacteria covered the planet and oops ate up all the CO2. Humans will probably be the catalyst for the sixth mass extinction, if not the driving force.

What kind of cars caused the first five extinction events? If they had Teslas would they have been prevented?

The Oxygen Extinction was caused by cyanobacteria, the first and so far only life-form that has successfully kicked off a global apocalypse. We could be the second with that attitude.

I think humans can strive to be better than cyanobacteria. Our global apocalypse will be better.

Then we can just terraform the living daylights out of it and call it a day.

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May 04, 2018, 08:24:26 AM

Back to the subject... check out this prediction from 1 year ago:

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/YRZvdurN-The-target-of-current-bubble-lays-between-40k-and-110k/

It's freaking amazing.

Interesting that we have been in that middle channel for so long. Even if we followed the lower channel we'd be in decent shape long term.
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Back to the subject... check out this prediction from 1 year ago:

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/YRZvdurN-The-target-of-current-bubble-lays-between-40k-and-110k/

It's freaking amazing.

Interesting that we have been in that middle channel for so long. Even if we followed the lower channel we'd be in decent shape long term.

That chart is by PentarhUdi aka Masterluc aka Bitcoin Vanga - his forecasts are well respected by a fair few people.

His recent mid-term opinion is bearish however :

https://vk.com/bitcoin_vanga?w=wall-130254204_10525
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There have been five mass extinction events on Earth that we know about. During each one, 75% of all species on the planet died. Most of these extinctions were caused directly or indirectly by climate change. During what palaeontologist have nicknamed The Great Dying, 95% of the species on the planet was wiped out by super volcanoes that erupted for centuries, slowly turning the atmosphere to poison. Another became know as the Oxygen Explosion, during which primitive bacteria covered the planet and oops ate up all the CO2. Humans will probably be the catalyst for the sixth mass extinction, if not the driving force.

What kind of cars caused the first five extinction events? If they had Teslas would they have been prevented?

The Oxygen Extinction was caused by cyanobacteria, the first and so far only life-form that has successfully kicked off a global apocalypse. We could be the second with that attitude.

I think humans can strive to be better than cyanobacteria. Our global apocalypse will be better.

Then we can just terraform the living daylights out of it and call it a day.

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you missed proper proportions 1-3-9
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May 04, 2018, 09:39:11 AM

Back to the subject... check out this prediction from 1 year ago:

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/YRZvdurN-The-target-of-current-bubble-lays-between-40k-and-110k/

It's freaking amazing.

Interesting that we have been in that middle channel for so long. Even if we followed the lower channel we'd be in decent shape long term.

That chart is by PentarhUdi aka Masterluc aka Bitcoin Vanga - his forecasts are well respected by a fair few people.

His recent mid-term opinion is bearish however :

https://vk.com/bitcoin_vanga?w=wall-130254204_10525

Indeed, he also said to buy everything under 10 K as we'll never see it again..
Literally he said "mid-term LOOKS bearish"
Things can change quickly and markets are irrational  Cool
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May 04, 2018, 09:47:19 AM

Vitalik Buterin should get Noble price for founding most widely used Etherum and changing the world in many aspects

I for one agree that Vitalik should fetch a noble price

As long as it isn't a Nobel price I'm ok with it.
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May 04, 2018, 09:52:48 AM

Back to the subject... check out this prediction from 1 year ago:

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/YRZvdurN-The-target-of-current-bubble-lays-between-40k-and-110k/

It's freaking amazing.

Interesting that we have been in that middle channel for so long. Even if we followed the lower channel we'd be in decent shape long term.

That chart is by PentarhUdi aka Masterluc aka Bitcoin Vanga - his forecasts are well respected by a fair few people.

His recent mid-term opinion is bearish however :

https://vk.com/bitcoin_vanga?w=wall-130254204_10525

Indeed, he also said to buy everything under 10 K as we'll never see it again..
Literally he said "mid-term LOOKS bearish"
Things can change quickly and markets are irrational  Cool

Would like to know what he calls mid-term as generally in traditional investments that means something like a couple and even up to 10 years. If he is talking in Bitcoin terms it could perfectly mean a couple months.

Even if masterluc's predictions have proven surprisingly accurate... his wording often reminds to Nostradamus.
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