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March 11, 2019, 07:52:42 PM



What about those that says XRP is the best coin??

Or Bcash = the real Bitcoin

What about those?
Ass holes like flat earthers
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Bitcoin trading volumes today same as when the price was 11K USD Huh

Nothing unusual about that really, it’s possibly a good thing. Maybe lots of people are starting to accumulate in this period of low price volatility.

But who's selling?  Huh
Selling? Are you kidding?
I have seen 19k+ but still held strong.




Its natural, they will just be replaced with swarms of hummingbirds

Just a matter of time to rise up an alternative
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March 11, 2019, 08:27:00 PM

[...] otherwise I’ll become an alcoholic or a drug addict or something wandering around with nothing to do all day Cheesy

like, attaining ones goals is a bad thing?

cant win
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March 11, 2019, 08:33:56 PM
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Seems that ledger's wallets are not secure either.
That's why I love paper wallets, especially if encrypted they are pretty hard to hack Smiley

paper wallets worked well for me. the bulk of my btc sat in paper wallets for years till i split the bcash_lol out.

one thing to keep in mind when making paper wallets: you may want to make them with small amounts of btc. because what may be only a few hundred bucks on one paper wallet today may be worth a ridiculous amount later when you sweep them. so consider making lots of smaller ones.
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March 11, 2019, 08:45:25 PM



Bitcoin trading volumes today same as when the price was 11K USD Huh

What does that tells you?  That 3 times more BTC have to trade than back then maybe?
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otherwise I’ll become an alcoholic or a drug addict or something wandering around with nothing to do all day Cheesy



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March 11, 2019, 08:48:58 PM


Bitcoin trading volumes today same as when the price was 11K USD Huh

Nothing unusual about that really, it’s possibly a good thing. Maybe lots of people are starting to accumulate in this period of low price volatility.

But who's selling?  Huh
Selling? Are you kidding?
I have seen 19k+ but still held strong.


Yes but someone is selling. Volume is a bitcoin trading hands from one to another. I'm surprised there's this much volume at this low price at this point in the cycle.
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March 11, 2019, 08:51:38 PM

Yes but someone is selling. Volume is a bitcoin trading hands from one to another. I'm surprised there's this much volume at this low price at this point in the cycle.

Whales keeping the price down in collusion with each other?
Miners selling?

When we start heading up though & FOMO kicks in the buyers outnumber the sellers - Simples!
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March 11, 2019, 09:07:44 PM

And the number one greenhouse gas is water.

This is correct as per the link below, which was of a surprise to me as to how much it contributes (95%).
https://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/greenhouse_data.html

What is vaporizing the water then? Is there a historical data on increase in sun's activity?
The rise of temperatures is more a less a fact, AFAIK.

THE SUN IS CAUSING GLOBAL WARMING!

Edit: I'm a pickle. You can trust me. It's the sun. *nods* *nods* /sip *nods* /burp
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March 11, 2019, 09:20:11 PM

Looking ahead.
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March 11, 2019, 09:21:40 PM

And the number one greenhouse gas is water.

This is correct as per the link below, which was of a surprise to me as to how much it contributes (95%).
https://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/greenhouse_data.html

What is vaporizing the water then? Is there a historical data on increase in sun's activity?
The rise of temperatures is more a less a fact, AFAIK.

THE SUN IS CAUSING GLOBAL WARMING!

Edit: I'm a pickle. You can trust me. It's the sun. *nods* *nods* /sip *nods* /burp

I was asking for facts, not declarations.
Nevermind, I found something.
Maybe warming would soon be replaced by cooling:
https://phys.org/news/2017-03-sun-impact-climate-quantified.html

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...since we have been observing a consistently strong phase since 1950, it is highly likely that we will experience another low point in 50 to 100 years' time. It could be every bit as intense as the Maunder Minimum, which brought particularly cold weather during the 17th century.
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March 11, 2019, 09:25:23 PM

And the number one greenhouse gas is water.

This is correct as per the link below, which was of a surprise to me as to how much it contributes (95%).
https://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/greenhouse_data.html

What is vaporizing the water then? Is there a historical data on increase in sun's activity?
The rise of temperatures is more a less a fact, AFAIK.

THE SUN IS CAUSING GLOBAL WARMING!

Edit: I'm a pickle. You can trust me. It's the sun. *nods* *nods* /sip *nods* /burp

I was asking for facts, not declarations.
Nevermind, I found something.
Maybe warming would soon be replaced by cooling:
https://phys.org/news/2017-03-sun-impact-climate-quantified.html

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Exactly how the sun will behave over the next few years remains a matter of speculation, however, since appropriate data series have only been available for a few decades and they reveal no evidence of fluctuations during this time. "To that extent, our latest results are still a hypothesis," says Schmutz, "and it remains difficult for solar physicists to predict the next cycle." But since we have been observing a consistently strong phase since 1950, it is highly likely that we will experience another low point in 50 to 100 years' time. It could be every bit as intense as the Maunder Minimum, which brought particularly cold weather during the 17th century.

Fine! Here are some pickle facts.

Planets rotate around stars in an elliptical orbit. Thus our distance from the sun varies over time, and consequently, the amount of radiated energy received.

The planets tilt changes over time, changing which parts of the planet are exposed to what percentages of sunlight, thus varying local climate.

Sunspot activity. The amount of energy radiated from stars is not constant. It fluctuates. Like a witch being burnt on the stake, at different layers of flesh or muscle or bone being burned, different amounts of energy are radiated.
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March 11, 2019, 09:28:17 PM

And the number one greenhouse gas is water.

This is correct as per the link below, which was of a surprise to me as to how much it contributes (95%).
https://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/greenhouse_data.html

What is vaporizing the water then? Is there a historical data on increase in sun's activity?
The rise of temperatures is more a less a fact, AFAIK.

THE SUN IS CAUSING GLOBAL WARMING!

Edit: I'm a pickle. You can trust me. It's the sun. *nods* *nods* /sip *nods* /burp


Me thinks Ibian is imbibing again.
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And the number one greenhouse gas is water.

This is correct as per the link below, which was of a surprise to me as to how much it contributes (95%).
https://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/greenhouse_data.html

What is vaporizing the water then? Is there a historical data on increase in sun's activity?
The rise of temperatures is more a less a fact, AFAIK.

THE SUN IS CAUSING GLOBAL WARMING!

Edit: I'm a pickle. You can trust me. It's the sun. *nods* *nods* /sip *nods* /burp


Me thinks Ibian is imbibing again.
Always. Always man. That does not change scientific pickle facts.
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March 11, 2019, 09:33:15 PM
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Paper wallets are good. Print using Laser if possible as Ink based prints may get damaged by moisture, and the thermal prints use a special paper that can turn all black if you happen to store it in a hot place. Get a folder or envelop or clear book, or those clear plastic presentation pages you put in a binder.

Print two physical pages of the paper wallet, store them in separate plastic pages in that binder. Then make a duplicate of the whole thing and store it somewhere else.

While you're at it, save them in a bunch of USB sticks, easier to use when the time comes.


Seems that ledger's wallets are not secure either.
That's why I love paper wallets, especially if encrypted they are pretty hard to hack Smiley

paper wallets worked well for me. the bulk of my btc sat in paper wallets for years till i split the bcash_lol out.

one thing to keep in mind when making paper wallets: you may want to make them with small amounts of btc. because what may be only a few hundred bucks on one paper wallet today may be worth a ridiculous amount later when you sweep them. so consider making lots of smaller ones.
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March 11, 2019, 09:38:09 PM

The humans (and their activity) are insignificant in the big scheme of things. Stop blaming them for climate change, global warming and all that bullshit.

P.S.: And just buy a fucking pool FFS!
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And the number one greenhouse gas is water.

This is correct as per the link below, which was of a surprise to me as to how much it contributes (95%).
https://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/greenhouse_data.html

What is vaporizing the water then? Is there a historical data on increase in sun's activity?
The rise of temperatures is more a less a fact, AFAIK.

THE SUN IS CAUSING GLOBAL WARMING!

Edit: I'm a pickle. You can trust me. It's the sun. *nods* *nods* /sip *nods* /burp

I was asking for facts, not declarations.
Nevermind, I found something.
Maybe warming would soon be replaced by cooling:
https://phys.org/news/2017-03-sun-impact-climate-quantified.html

Quote
Exactly how the sun will behave over the next few years remains a matter of speculation, however, since appropriate data series have only been available for a few decades and they reveal no evidence of fluctuations during this time. "To that extent, our latest results are still a hypothesis," says Schmutz, "and it remains difficult for solar physicists to predict the next cycle." But since we have been observing a consistently strong phase since 1950, it is highly likely that we will experience another low point in 50 to 100 years' time. It could be every bit as intense as the Maunder Minimum, which brought particularly cold weather during the 17th century.

Fine! Here are some pickle facts.

Planets rotate around stars in an elliptical orbit. Thus our distance from the sun varies over time, and consequently, the amount of radiated energy received.

The planets tilt changes over time, changing which parts of the planet are exposed to what percentages of sunlight, thus varying local climate.

Sunspot activity. The amount of energy radiated from stars is not constant. It fluctuates. Like a witch being burnt on the stake, at different layers of flesh or muscle or bone being burned, different amounts of energy are radiated.

I actually found the reference (^^) to sun spot activity probably decreasing relatively soon, so this point is clear with a prediction of a possible minimum aka cooling in 50-100 years.
Tilting is irrelevant to the 50-100 year period discussion when tilting cycle is 41000 years, which makes the effects of tilting cycle within a 50-100 year period either minimal if not non-existing.
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March 11, 2019, 09:44:20 PM

And the number one greenhouse gas is water.

This is correct as per the link below, which was of a surprise to me as to how much it contributes (95%).
https://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/greenhouse_data.html

What is vaporizing the water then? Is there a historical data on increase in sun's activity?
The rise of temperatures is more a less a fact, AFAIK.

THE SUN IS CAUSING GLOBAL WARMING!

Edit: I'm a pickle. You can trust me. It's the sun. *nods* *nods* /sip *nods* /burp


Me thinks Ibian is imbibing again.
Always. Always man. That does not change scientific pickle facts.

That's true.
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March 11, 2019, 09:56:11 PM

So what is the WO take on Andrew Yang?  I don’t know his policies and so don’t have an opinion yet.
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So what is the WO take on Andrew Yang?  I don’t know his policies and so don’t have an opinion yet.
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