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November 06, 2018, 11:05:25 AM

lol well Deutsche should know all about that.^

meanwhile in the gutter press https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-46098118
Large hydropower dams 'not sustainable' in the developing world
 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent
McGrath studiously avoids mentioning the transformative effect Bitcoin has on the environment.
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Dude I never said I liked it. But it is what the science shows. Reality is what it is.
link that science shit
if you'd be so kind
link the science shit where morality is measured
and correlated with amygdala size
link the connection to stimulation of the amygdala
link where this is measured over significant history
You didn't know the Romans kept accurate records of amygdala sizes, even more so during the dissolution of the empire? So did the Egyptians. Unfortunately, in Mesopotamia amygdala screening never really took hold: they were too busy figuring out how to write their laws on clay. Luckily, we have a huge collection of fossil amygdalas coming from that area, with date tags attached. Clay tags, of course.
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November 06, 2018, 11:12:43 AM

    The cynical view of the Bcash fork is as follows:

  • November is historically the strongest month.  Bitcoin almost always goes up in November
  • The fork date is 15 November.  This is smack in the middle of a rally month
  • This date is a deliberate choice.  Of the 365 days in the year, picking the single strongest price day of the year is no coincidence
  • We know from past experience that forks cause price rallies
  • The conclusion is that this hard fork date was deliberately chosen to create a rally
  • Roger Ver has excellent skills at social media
  • Crypto twitter and Reddit love a drama
  • Roger Ver, Jihan Wu and Craig Wright all love a dollar
  • They are not the sort of guys to let a disagreement over relatively minor technical aspects get in the way of making a dollar
  • They certainly do not lose money to uphold obscure points of principle
  • Therefore the purpose of this hard fork is to make money, with a story line played out in social media drama
  • The most likely beneficiaries of a rally are existing bag holders
  • The biggest bag holders are Jihan, Ver and Calvin Ayre (who controls Craig Wright)
  • The most likely explanation is that the Bcash fork is just a whale game by Jihan, Ver and Ayre to suck the punters out of their money
  • They will probably have a Kumbaya moment at some point and all will be forgotten, after they have lined their pockets
  • Because after all, it’s just a game to them

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... and I got the behind the scenes view too ("fine conspiracy theorist", as I put it earlier). Makes sense. Thanks.
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I have over 100 pages to catch up indeed, and no time or energy for it.

As much as I enjoy this thread, there are times when it feels like a chore to keep up with it. It's almost like having to look after an elderly relative with their constant demands.

You didn't know the Romans kept accurate records of amygdala sizes, even more so during the dissolution of the empire? So did the Egyptians. Unfortunately, in Mesopotamia amygdala screening never really took hold: they were too busy figuring out how to write their laws on clay. Luckily, we have a huge collection of fossil amygdalas coming from that area, with date tags attached. Clay tags, of course.

lol Grin
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November 06, 2018, 11:30:59 AM

further eddie-fication here lol https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg47622934#msg47622934 . anyway:
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November 06, 2018, 12:07:58 PM

In honor of the Nazi red wave at the polls today:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKskpMxK074

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November 06, 2018, 02:11:31 PM
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My amygdala are absolutely huge.  Those weak, childlike women are always fawning over my massive brain almonds.
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November 06, 2018, 02:56:27 PM

My amygdala are absolutely huge.  Those weak, childlike women are always fawning over my massive brain almonds.

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November 06, 2018, 02:59:52 PM

utterly thrilled most of you take number 1 so seriously
We desperately need a code of conduct around here:
1.Do not read the thread ...
Nothing wrong with repeated themes that are on topic.  

For example, words to the effect of when moon?  When lambo? That topic is a bit different if it is presented on April 16, 2013, or July 12, or October 5, or 2am last night or now.  Who has time to read 21,547 pages or 430,921 posts in order to attempt to discuss his/her relevant topic?
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November 06, 2018, 03:07:23 PM

I have over 100 pages to catch up indeed, and no time or energy for it.

As much as I enjoy this thread, there are times when it feels like a chore to keep up with it. It's almost like having to look after an elderly relative with their constant demands.

You didn't know the Romans kept accurate records of amygdala sizes, even more so during the dissolution of the empire? So did the Egyptians. Unfortunately, in Mesopotamia amygdala screening never really took hold: they were too busy figuring out how to write their laws on clay. Luckily, we have a huge collection of fossil amygdalas coming from that area, with date tags attached. Clay tags, of course.

lol Grin

Good analogy.

My amygdala are absolutely huge.  Those weak, childlike women are always fawning over my massive brain almonds.

https://youtu.be/2gPNz9N66ms?t=32
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Relevance is so retro.
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November 06, 2018, 03:14:00 PM

    The cynical view of the Bcash fork is as follows:

  • November is historically the strongest month.  Bitcoin almost always goes up in November
  • The fork date is 15 November.  This is smack in the middle of a rally month
  • This date is a deliberate choice.  Of the 365 days in the year, picking the single strongest price day of the year is no coincidence
  • We know from past experience that forks cause price rallies
  • The conclusion is that this hard fork date was deliberately chosen to create a rally
  • Roger Ver has excellent skills at social media
  • Crypto twitter and Reddit love a drama
  • Roger Ver, Jihan Wu and Craig Wright all love a dollar
  • They are not the sort of guys to let a disagreement over relatively minor technical aspects get in the way of making a dollar
  • They certainly do not lose money to uphold obscure points of principle
  • Therefore the purpose of this hard fork is to make money, with a story line played out in social media drama
  • The most likely beneficiaries of a rally are existing bag holders
  • The biggest bag holders are Jihan, Ver and Calvin Ayre (who controls Craig Wright)
  • The most likely explanation is that the Bcash fork is just a whale game by Jihan, Ver and Ayre to suck the punters out of their money
  • They will probably have a Kumbaya moment at some point and all will be forgotten, after they have lined their pockets
  • Because after all, it’s just a game to them

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I wonder if I have to move my BCH off my original 2015 BTC wallets to claim this supposed BCH fork? Seems the kinda thing Craig Wright would do,

only allow a fork off of a BCH address proper on the snapshot? (clarify anyone)..anyway free $$$ I should probably keep up on this in some manner and get

an answer to this question on the fork. You'd think if legit it would be mentioned someplace as a yea or nay...but not a lot of clarity in all this Smiley

thanks off topic (kinda) but this crap is hanging like barnacles off my BTC blockchain...best to know I guess

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I spent all of my BCH, lived like a King for a year & absolutely loved it. Any way....I still have the private keys from my old BITCOIN addresses that I claimed the BCH from.

Quick question -  Can you still claim the new BCH fork coins from the old BITCOIN private keys or will it only be from BCH addresses/keys?

good question don't know but gonna ask my boy as well......  (you wanna extend another year of living as a KING Grin  )


There is no way you are getting forked bcash unless your bcash are still at the address at the time of the fork.

That is forkening 101. 

So if you spent your bcash from old bitcoin addresses, then you not getting nuttin.

On the other hand, if you moved your bitcoin from the old addresses, but you never claimed your bcash from those old addresses, then those old addresses would be bcash fork eligible.
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Source : https://www.coindesk.com/the-number-of-bitcoin-short-positions-hits-3-month-low/

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November 06, 2018, 04:08:01 PM

No volume. No volatility. /me goes back into hibernation.
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My amygdala are absolutely huge.  Those weak, childlike women are always fawning over my massive brain almonds.
No joke, most of us are. We wouldn't be here otherwise. The few lefties we have are bizarre aberrations, but everything has an exception.

The bad news (there is always bad news) is that people prefer their own kind. And K-type women are unbelievably rare. There simply are not enough to go around.
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November 06, 2018, 05:13:18 PM

Nice hats guys. I have been holding off because of not being sure this new trend would last. Now getting a bit of FOMO to be honest.

I like my avatar though. Never changed it after the forum finally again allowed uploading one. Good ‘old’ days..


Btw: started buying again. Can’t help myself at these prices and all the nonsense about a popped bubble. A market cap of 100 billion, laughable. For years the US and EU each have been Printing those amounts on a Monthly basis.

 You're living in the past man!  Everyone... and I mean everyone is wearing avatar hats - what could possibly go wrong?


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 Buying Bitcoin is a smart move though Smiley




Wow, animated and all. Not sure if I can take that leap, old fashioned guy you know.
On the brink though!
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November 06, 2018, 05:42:34 PM

Anybody thinking about buying a handful of BCH prior to the fork? (I already transferred all my free BCH from the original fork into Bitcoin)
I have no interest in BCH but it’ll be pumped because of this surely & then I can transfer all of it back into Bitcoin.
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