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Question: Oct. 23 Closing Price:
<$8,000 - 2 (3%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 0 (0%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 0 (0%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 0 (0%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 1 (1.5%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 0 (0%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 3 (4.5%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 5 (7.6%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 16 (24.2%)
$12,500-$13,000 - 12 (18.2%)
$13,000-$13,500 - 8 (12.1%)
$13,500-$14,000 - 5 (7.6%)
>$14,000 - 14 (21.2%)
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So BUY BTC skip ETH for some enthusiasts.


Great tweetstorm on the current state of ETH.  

I didn’t buy into the ETH ICO @ 2,000 ETH/BTC because I thought ETH was a scam. Turns out I was right. Doesn’t help that I could have been rich along the way.  
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There is no density problem at all.

Fusion is estimated to be around 10 million times more efficient as classic fossil energy.

Basically it looks like this:

Fossil x1 million ~= nuclear fission x 10 ~= nuclear fusion x100 ~= matter/antimatter annihilation

You are correct with regard to energy production.  Transfer, storage and consumption are where density becomes a problem.


Would you rather live in the stoneage?


Yes, I think the late bronze age would be a very fulfilling time to be a human being.  I understand and accept that this is a personal aesthetic opinion, but I find it far preferable to the miasmatic dystopia I observe around me.



I mean with fusion energy abudant we will be able to colonize space and at least have an exit strategy in case our earth is destroyed.


in case?

Its nothing short of shear recklessness on the highest order to make reactors with a service life of a hundred years at the maximum, and to have materials power it with a half life of a hundred thousand years or more. The same narrative by the same entities over and over ad nausem driving this planet towards a toxic waste heap. It is a big ask to assume viable long term custodianship over many generations of such a hazardous technology.

Fossil fuels are actually incredibly inefficient due to the second law of thermodynamics. Even with a perfect Carnot cycle efficiency has a hard limit of 78%. Modern internal combustion heat engines typically are much less than this ideal cycle and can have up to 50% less efficiency on average.

We have a near perfect energy source just sitting overhead that produces more energy per second then the entire human race combined has used. Every square meter of the upper atmosphere receives 1.367kWh of solar energy every hour, every day..year after year. It really seems dumb to me not to harness that for humanities benefit.

I desire to see the energy cartels disrupted as much as the banking cartels. Go environmental responsibility. Go solar. Go bitcoin.   
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December 28, 2018, 09:48:24 PM



https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1078682801954799617.html

So BUY BTC skip ETH for some enthusiasts.


Great tweetstorm on the current state of ETH.  

I didn’t buy into the ETH ICO @ 2,000 ETH/BTC because I thought ETH was a scam. Turns out I was right. Doesn’t help that I could have been rich along the way.  

Find some comfort in the idea that even if you had bought the ICO you would have probably dumped it all during The DAO fiasco. Wouldn't you?
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Just looked at Craig Wright’s Twitter & his tweets are now ‘protected’. You can only see them if you follow him.
I wonder why he’s done that, too much trolling?
When can we declare BCH & SV absolute, 100% failures?
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December 28, 2018, 09:56:49 PM



https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1078682801954799617.html

So BUY BTC skip ETH for some enthusiasts.


Great tweetstorm on the current state of ETH.  

I didn’t buy into the ETH ICO @ 2,000 ETH/BTC because I thought ETH was a scam. Turns out I was right. Doesn’t help that I could have been rich along the way.  

Find some comfort in the idea that even if you had bought the ICO you would have probably dumped it all during The DAO fiasco. Wouldn't you?

Hmmm I think the bigger risk would have been going into too many other shitcoins. I have seen too many OGs get wasted on Auroracoin and Storj.  

Look at CMC in June 2015 and there are already 550 coins listed.
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December 28, 2018, 09:58:46 PM

Just looked at Craig Wright’s Twitter & his tweets are now ‘protected’. You can only see them if you follow him.
I wonder why he’s done that, too much trolling?
When can we declare BCH & SV absolute, 100% failures?

Everyone can continue to enjoy touching themselves to his wisdoms here - https://twitter.com/botfaketoshi

I'm looking forward to Full Billionaire Mode when he gets to court. I'm sure he'll cow the entire legal system with his potty mouth and screechy threats.
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Its nothing short of shear recklessness on the highest order to make reactors with a service life of a hundred years at the maximum, and to have materials power it with a half life of a hundred thousand years or more. The same narrative by the same entities over and over ad nausem driving this planet towards a toxic waste heap. It is a big ask to assume viable long term custodianship over many generations

Apologies for veering into politics, but this is my number one problem with conservatives. They aren’t conservative enough.

They don’t give a damn about any problem that is more than 10 years in the future.  Including problems they are creating today.

Classic example:  a conservative faction was elected to the local government.  One of the first things they did was allow a tire waste dump to be created next to the airport.  The dump had been blocked previously.  But the conservatives were “cutting red tape”.

Of course the tire dump is an aviation hazard if it ever caught fire.  So the owner made millions but is now “bankrupt” and now the dump is being cleared out at taxpayer expense.  And the conservative politicians that approved it are long gone. It happens over and over again, private profit at taxpayer expense.  
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Haha this makes me laugh!
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As much as im liking these green candles, i wont be relaxed until we are knocking on 6k's door...
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Just looked at Craig Wright’s Twitter & his tweets are now ‘protected’. You can only see them if you follow him.
I wonder why he’s done that, too much trolling?
When can we declare BCH & SV absolute, 100% failures?



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Apologies for veering into politics, but this is my number one problem with conservatives. They aren’t conservative enough.

They don’t give a damn about any problem that is more than 10 years in the future.  Including problems they are creating today.

Classic example:  a conservative faction was elected to the local government.  One of the first things they did was allow a tire waste dump to be created next to the airport.  The dump had been blocked previously.  But the conservatives were “cutting red tape”.

Of course the tire dump is an aviation hazard if it ever caught fire.  So the owner is “bankrupt” and now the dump is being cleared out at taxpayer expense.  And the conservative politicians that approved it are long gone. It happens over and over again, private profit at taxpayer expense. 

The hypocrisy and intellectual dishonesty on both sides has reached comical levels.  What passes for "discourse" begins at essentialization and name-calling, devolving from there.

This is one of the, very few, forums where I have actually witnessed anyone reconsider an entrenched belief.

Truly, it is the end of days.
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December 28, 2018, 10:37:08 PM
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Truly, it is the end of days.

I know you were being trite, but this attitude is part of the problem

“Rome is burning anyway so we may as well fiddle”

This isn’t the end of days. There is no Second Coming.  We still have a perfectly healthy planet.  Yes there is a debt problem.  Guess what - the US government could just default and start over again.  Lots of countries default.  No one gives a shit except the bond holders. Yes pensioners would be rekt.   But they get screwed anyway.  And the baby boomers have fucked everyone else so a bit of back pay wouldn’t go astray.  

There are lots of relatively simple solutions staring us in the face.  Solar.  Batteries.  Hydro. Geothermal.  Efficiency.  We just need the will to implement them.  And we are getting there.  Just we have to deal with some bad actor politicians (and the PACs that fund them) along the way.  
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Just looked at Craig Wright’s Twitter & his tweets are now ‘protected’. You can only see them if you follow him.
I wonder why he’s done that, too much trolling?
When can we declare BCH & SV absolute, 100% failures?



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Hard to call when said entities possess 10 figure pry bars..but I would have to say the writing is on the wall. I suppose it will be in 2020 when it all become much more apparent.

I don't know this author or this rag..but interesting none the less.

https://www.cryptoglobe.com/latest/2018/12/etoro-to-pay-out-bitcoin-sv-holders-in-fiat-currency-not-obligated-to-support-forks/

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Apologies for veering into politics, but this is my number one problem with conservatives. They aren’t conservative enough.

They don’t give a damn about any problem that is more than 10 years in the future.  Including problems they are creating today.

Classic example:  a conservative faction was elected to the local government.  One of the first things they did was allow a tire waste dump to be created next to the airport.  The dump had been blocked previously.  But the conservatives were “cutting red tape”.

Of course the tire dump is an aviation hazard if it ever caught fire.  So the owner is “bankrupt” and now the dump is being cleared out at taxpayer expense.  And the conservative politicians that approved it are long gone. It happens over and over again, private profit at taxpayer expense. 

The hypocrisy and intellectual dishonesty on both sides has reached comical levels.  What passes for "discourse" begins at essentialization and name-calling, devolving from there.

This is one of the, very few, forums where I have actually witnessed anyone reconsider an entrenched belief.

Truly, it is the end of days.

No apology necessary or wanted...except from corrupt politicians and corporate shills.

Its like this government shut down the USA is having right now...everyone involved needs to be fired..period. Its like a kindergarten class or worse perhaps..."I am not going to talk to you anymore because you are saying something I dont like".

These are the "supposed" leaders of the free world...smh.
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December 28, 2018, 10:43:37 PM

That was the dip. Now we rip up.
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December 28, 2018, 10:46:03 PM

Truly, it is the end of days.

Yes pensioners would be rekt.   But they get screwed anyway.


Very few people in US are getting (or will be getting) a pension.
Those who do, typically have a "bad" pension.
49% income coverage  vs 63% for OECD.
Just numbers:
http://www.oecd.org/publications/oecd-pensions-at-a-glance-19991363.htm

The "screw" part still applies.

I plan to work as long as I can, probably.
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Watching the silver price slowly fall back to $6 over the next decade will be even worse.

  That's actually a shocking speed in reduction of supply for a resource we actually need, unlike bitcoins which nobody actually needs for anything.


You lying little low T basement dweller, your favorite website(according to you the realest website online) dailystormer.name https://www.ccn.com/hate-pays-neo-nazi-site-daily-stormer-has-raised-surprising-amount-of-bitcoin/ needs and gladly uses Bitcoin for funding because it was censored all over the world by payment processors and metals are too primitive for them to use online. Once again your typical anti Bitcoin arguments are mentally ill gibberish or lies. As we climb to 100k you will sink lower and lower into insanity as I laugh at you Cheesy Currently many sane people are nocoiners, but in the future the vast majority of nocoiners will in fact be the mentally ill, you are a pioneer of sorts Virgin Roach.

I don't know to laugh or to pity this lost soul COCKr0ach. It reminds me of some guy I knew, who slowly developed schizophrenia with exactly the same symptoms. One day he drowned himself because of his demons. RIP. Regarding this BS statement: shocking speed in reduction of supply [for the silver I guess]. This is either a wet dream or a manipulation lie. There is not even a slightest reduction in the supply and never will be. As for the price, 20 years at least are needed for the bear market to come to a halt. And even then no upward movement is guaranteed. As for the second statement: unlike bitcoins which nobody actually needs for anything. This is so true as to say that men need only food, and money are just useless paper. With that logic, silver is also not needed, except if you want to tie it around your neck and throw yourself in the water, like the guy I knew. May be writing BS posts here is the last step before this painful destiny, I guess. Imagine that - Bitcoin price went from 175$ where it bottomed in Jan 2015 (around the time our scizo-r0ach sold) and reached 20K$ in Dec 2017. At the same time r0ach bought silver because, you know, it is very useful to keep it in his basement. And the price crashed from 45 to 10$. And like a drawning guy catching a straw, he hopes some n00b can be influenced by his scizo arguments and buy silver to become like him - poor and mad.
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December 28, 2018, 10:53:58 PM
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Marcus Anonymint's posts...I mean "lambie slayer", are just too dumb to respond to now.  Micgoossens, you wouldn't happen to be a mechanical engineer?

https://www.reddit.com/r/MGTOW/comments/aa2x42/well_lads_it_happened/



actual evidence/footage of r0ach after a day @the WO
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December 28, 2018, 11:07:25 PM

That was the dip. Now we rip up.
A retest of $3.81k for support might happen first...just sayin.
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