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March 16, 2019, 07:30:50 AM

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Bitcoin Pioneer Jeff Garzik Subpoenaed in $4 Bln Lawsuit Against Craig Wright

https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-pioneer-jeff-garzik-subpoenaed-in-4-bln-lawsuit-against-craig-wright

"Jeff Garzik has been subpoenaed by a United States District Court in connection with the $4 billion lawsuit against Craig Wright, according to a document Garzik posted in a tweet on March 15.
The suit was initially filed last February with the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of Florida, with the family of David Kleiman —  a computer scientist, whom many suspect to have been one of the developers of Bitcoin and blockchain technology — alleging that Wright stole up to 1.1 million BTC after he passed away.

Following Kleiman’s death in 2013, Wright, who proclaimed himself to be Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto, contacted his estate, allegedly claiming to want to help dispose of the Bitcoin fortune. Kleiman’s family claims that Wright did not return the funds.

The official complaint states that Wright “forged a series of contracts that purported to transfer Dave’s assets to Craig and/or companies controlled by him. Craig backdated these contracts and forged Dave’s signature on them.”

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"You got served"   The #Bitcoin lawsuit drones on.   In the interest of radical transparency, here's the subpoena that just arrived for me (sans page 1):
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March 16, 2019, 08:16:41 AM

Haha. I don't even need to point it out...
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We have plenty of coal allegedly

Supposedly 100 years of coal in the US, but I don't know many people with coal powered cars.  So yea, shouldn't be a problem powering buildings in the US with a combination of coal and nuclear, but there's no substitute for oil to power the cars.  The future I imagine for the west is an oil shock and a large societal shift to where western countries are going to be riding around on little motorcycles that consume small amounts of gas like they do in Asian countries.  Then some electric cars here and there, with the big gas guzzlers only being used to transport food or other materials.

As for this ArrieMoller and Trollgoossens guy, Europe has just about no fossil fuels, so you guys are cucked unless you beg Putin to not let you die.
Can always charge batteries with electricity generated from nuclear power while transitioning to solar and fusion. The transition also won't be nearly as bad as you make it out to be if it's a necessity. Necessity implies disproportional profits, which from your perspective the Jews would be so happy to provide that they'll make it work. If they don't they'd be stuck with little to nothing and a lot of mostly useless money.
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March 16, 2019, 09:03:05 AM
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The manority of Muslims aren’t terrorists but the majority of terrorists are Muslim.

True statement.

This is something well Said .... and accurate
Any stats on this? Except the news from media..! Roll Eyes
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We will relatively soon get to a point where people will be able to create their vision at will (at first digitally only), and value will be derived based on how capable a person is to create an experience of interest to others.

I've already seen other people bring up this shitcoiner topic before, that EVERYONE will have their own coin that derives value from what they produce or whatever.  Assuming you could even make it work with all the interchangeability problems, most people simply produce nothing, so it's like....lol?  You are aware of the term bread and circus right?  

Welfare is money you bribe poor people with so they don't murder you in your sleep and take your stuff.  In that regard, any change back to a non-fantasy land, fraudulent monetary system is probably going to involve enormous taxes on 'the haves' to distribute bread to the people who produce nothing to stop them from burning down the planet.  Well, actually, just the cost of handing out food would be low and not requiring enormous taxes, but that assumes you completely abolish the entire military money laundering scam, medicare money laundering scam, and all other fraudulent govt programs.
By digitally only I mean that people will create virtual worlds and experiences that others will choose to consume. Similar to Youtube, Twitch and Patreon today but on a much larger scale.

Costs are on an exponential downward slope for any physically produced good that the government or other such players don't have their hands in. As such, there will be no need for labour in the traditional sense. And value and money will literally just be brownie points exchanged between different parties. For this even shitcoins would fit the bill. But I think that something like Bitcoin will be the common denominator, as central bank fiat currencies are inflating too much.

But do you need VR.

Dreams are full reality to you, so you have all the equipment already.

Just needs some way to tap into lucid dreaming or trigger a certain sort of dream. eg High pleasure dream sir?  
There are a few problems I have with dreams. They're somewhat hazy as well as ambiguous. You don't retain perfect memory of them, and you can't choose where you drop in and out. Also, I want some multiplayer capacities for VR.

That said, dreams could potentially be our gateway to that end-goal anyways. Memories have been manipulated already (remove, implant, activate), so using such techniques in combination with a better understanding of our neural networks as well as using the capacity to dream could well make this work. There's mind-to-mind communication already too, so perhaps "multiplayer VR dreams" could become a thing.

Perhaps we could have some of the >1000k parties in VR without any compromise to OpSec?
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March 16, 2019, 09:21:21 AM

ibian, are you really serious?
Can this child get a bann? He is telling racis things and still he can speak on this forum..

Anything I don't agree with is racist and should be banned.  Let's start by banning all the Jews, you know, the racists who took control of Russia then killed 20-40 million white Christian Russians and most of Germany too:



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March 16, 2019, 09:27:01 AM
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We have plenty of coal allegedly

Supposedly 100 years of coal in the US, but I don't know many people with coal powered cars.  So yea, shouldn't be a problem powering buildings in the US with a combination of coal and nuclear, but there's no substitute for oil to power the cars.  The future I imagine for the west is an oil shock and a large societal shift to where western countries are going to be riding around on little motorcycles that consume small amounts of gas like they do in Asian countries.  Then some electric cars here and there, with the big gas guzzlers only being used to transport food or other materials.

As for this ArrieMoller and Trollgoossens guy, Europe has just about no fossil fuels, so you guys are cucked unless you beg Putin to not let you die.
Can always charge batteries with electricity generated from nuclear power while transitioning to solar and fusion. The transition also won't be nearly as bad as you make it out to be if it's a necessity. Necessity implies disproportional profits, which from your perspective the Jews would be so happy to provide that they'll make it work. If they don't they'd be stuck with little to nothing and a lot of mostly useless money.

I instead to be 100% energy self sufficient (car & house) within the next 24 months.  Currently have a Powerwall2 on order so I can capture my solar for night time use instead of dumping it into the grid. It’s 13.5kwh so not enough to take me off the grid altogether but I’m getting close.  

Electric car is next. Big oil and the Saudis can go fuck themselves.  Looking at the Taycan, Model 3 Performance but there are some other interesting ones in the pipeline.  Like this electric Peugeot concept.





No need to muck about with nuclear, the future is already here.
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March 16, 2019, 09:28:53 AM

The manority of Muslims aren’t terrorists but the majority of terrorists are Muslim.

True statement.

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Any stats on this? Except the news from media..! Roll Eyes
Oh look, numbers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XZZ3SypO1U
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March 16, 2019, 09:32:24 AM

If it follows the 2015 pattern this move will fail to break through weekly MA20 (around $4100) and move back to weekly MA200 (above $3400 now) to bounce up from there again as I wrote here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg49980770#msg49980770

Fingers crossed for price to push right through upwards though.
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We have plenty of coal allegedly

Supposedly 100 years of coal in the US, but I don't know many people with coal powered cars.  So yea, shouldn't be a problem powering buildings in the US with a combination of coal and nuclear, but there's no substitute for oil to power the cars.  The future I imagine for the west is an oil shock and a large societal shift to where western countries are going to be riding around on little motorcycles that consume small amounts of gas like they do in Asian countries.  Then some electric cars here and there, with the big gas guzzlers only being used to transport food or other materials.

As for this ArrieMoller and Trollgoossens guy, Europe has just about no fossil fuels, so you guys are cucked unless you beg Putin to not let you die.
Can always charge batteries with electricity generated from nuclear power while transitioning to solar and fusion. The transition also won't be nearly as bad as you make it out to be if it's a necessity. Necessity implies disproportional profits, which from your perspective the Jews would be so happy to provide that they'll make it work. If they don't they'd be stuck with little to nothing and a lot of mostly useless money.

I instead to be 100% energy self sufficient (car & house) within the next 24 months.  Currently have a Powerwall2 on order so I can capture my solar for night time use instead of dumping it into the grid. It’s 13.5kwh so not enough to take me off the grid altogether but I’m getting close.  

Electric car is next.

No need to muck about with nuclear, the future is already here.

Also that powerwall thingy is still pretty expensive. If you can afford to pay the premium for the privilege of being completely self sufficient then great. For me, a couple of years or maybe a bit more for a significant cost reduction and positive ROI and I will be there.

So maybe the future (cost wise) is not already there... but almost.
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R.I.P. Jew shill Beto O'Rourke presidential campaign:

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The manority of Muslims aren’t terrorists but the majority of terrorists are Muslim.

True statement.

Debatable.
'Christian' terrorists wear suit & ties, usually lurking in the shadows - this time round.
This is exactly what they want you to believe. Be smarter than that. Take it from an atheist 'Christian'.

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<...> Funny how one can easily structure any argument pretty much any way they want to a typical low educated reader. Roach/Ibian have countless posts attempting to justify their baby killing propaganda...on a BTC forum. Anyone with half a brain cell ignored them a while back

Excellent - pretty much covers everything.
Humans are equally capable in doing 'good' and 'bad'. And the only distraction on the way is fucking 'God' & religions. I will not play.



Nobody goes on ignore for me here. I want to see what these low-lifes have to say.
That pedo pic was I bit too much I have to say. Disgusting.

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At last. Happy green dildo day guys. Grin
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Roach/Ibian have countless posts attempting to justify their baby killing propaganda...on a BTC forum.

What "baby killing" propaganda?  The Jew moneychanger puppets like Beto O'Rourke LITERALLY advocate murdering babies:


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r0achie, how about fucking off today? Chop chop boy.
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March 16, 2019, 09:43:53 AM

Also that powerwall thingy is still pretty expensive. If you can afford to pay the premium for the privilege of being completely self sufficient then great. For me, a couple of years or maybe a bit more and I will be there.

So maybe not already there... but almost.

Yes the ROI on the Powerwall2 is fairly marginal.  It has a 10 year guarantee and I should hit ROI in 8 years, but I think it should still have a useful economic life after that.
 
The ROI is driven by your feed in tariffs (revenue you get from exporting electricity to the grid).  Effectively your marginal cost of production is your night time import cost minus your daytime feed in tariff per KWh.  My solar system is oversized so I export more than I consume so power companies tend to pay me except in the depths of winter.  Interested to see how use of the Powerwall shifts the curves around.  

The Powerwall3 is coming in a couple more years and with any luck it will be half the cost per KWh of the Powerwall2 (which was half the cost per KWh of the Powerwall1).  That could very well be economic for people who are not on solar to shift to time of use tariffs, take their electricity from the grid at offpeak and consume during peak.  And of course it will be killer for solar.  
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As for a "beginner level" introduction, I'm not really aware of any that isn't gritty rigorous Math. And in that case any would be as good as any other I suppose, since the definitions are always the same (except for perhaps the symbols used). If you feel like digging deeper I'm sure you'll find any number of resources on Google. All my notes and books for these topics are in non-English though, so I can't recommend you any reference here. But alas.

[2+2 <> 4]

quite interesting, thanks for giving me something new to chew on.

initially i thought you were referring to some sort of quantum effect as applied to math, as it seems quantum effects can create temporary energy as long as its "paid back" (like say a number, but not number in abstract, more like now when there was one something there are 2 somethings or 0 somethings.

i only went as far trig and some calc.. when i hit calc, and didnt see a traditional number on any page  till like 50 pages in, my brain just stalled.

too busy then partying the best days of my life away. some regrets, but not many.

Honestly it's never to late, especially if you're interested.

When I was doing my Bachelor there was a guy well into his 50s or 60s who was taking all the "real" Math lectures with us as opposed to the dumbed down ones for Economists etc. People were very welcoming towards him and he seemed to be enjoying himself quite a lot. I changed universities throughout my Bachelor to the next city. And found the same guy taking Master level lectures at the new place when I was a bit later (first place was for Economics and Business with focus on Math, second had a proper full blown Math department). So clearly he didn't just attend, he was doing quite well too. And that appeared to be his first time at university in his life as well.

And older people have the big bonus that they may not have to perform or prove anything. You could just study for the sake of it, which takes all the stress away. And their life experiences can make it easier than for most young students who are still trying to figure out what the fuck is going on with life in the first place.


Be prepared to feel like a complete idiot as you start out, should you choose to do so though. I have not met anyone who didn't at least throughout the better portion of the first semester. But even those come back years later and still find new things they had not considered. The very first minute of the very first lecture that I took I almost fell into despair just looking at the blackboard.

Anyway, not trying to shill you into anything here. But the option is there and worth considering. Especially for those with an appreciation of just thinking about things they don't need to for nothing other than the sake of doing so. There are very few ways that are similarly efficient in breaking down all of your preconceived notions as studying Mathematics. Such as notions of regret for example. Wink
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As for a "beginner level" introduction, I'm not really aware of any that isn't gritty rigorous Math. And in that case any would be as good as any other I suppose, since the definitions are always the same (except for perhaps the symbols used). If you feel like digging deeper I'm sure you'll find any number of resources on Google. All my notes and books for these topics are in non-English though, so I can't recommend you any reference here. But alas.

[2+2 <> 4]

quite interesting, thanks for giving me something new to chew on.

initially i thought you were referring to some sort of quantum effect as applied to math, as it seems quantum effects can create temporary energy as long as its "paid back" (like say a number, but not number in abstract, more like now when there was one something there are 2 somethings or 0 somethings.

i only went as far trig and some calc.. when i hit calc, and didnt see a traditional number on any page  till like 50 pages in, my brain just stalled.

too busy then partying the best days of my life away. some regrets, but not many.

Honestly it's never to late, especially if you're interested.

When I was doing my Bachelor there was a guy well into his 50s or 60s who was taking all the "real" Math lectures with us as opposed to the dumbed down ones for Economists etc. People were very welcoming towards him and he seemed to be enjoying himself quite a lot. I changed universities throughout my Bachelor to the next city. And found the same guy taking Master level lectures at the new place when I was a bit later (first place was for Economics and Business with focus on Math, second had a proper full blown Math department). So clearly he didn't just attend, he was doing quite well too. And that appeared to be his first time at university in his life as well.

And older people have the big bonus that they may not have to perform or prove anything. You could just study for the sake of it, which takes all the stress away. And their life experiences can make it easier than for most young students who are still trying to figure out what the fuck is going on with life in the first place.


Be prepared to feel like a complete idiot as you start out, should you choose to do so though. I have not met anyone who didn't at least throughout the better portion of the first semester. But even those come back years later and still find new things they had not considered. The very first minute of the very first lecture that I took I almost fell into despair just looking at the blackboard.

Anyway, not trying to shill you into anything here. But the option is there and worth considering. Especially for those with an appreciation of just thinking about things they don't need to for nothing other than the sake of doing so. There are very few ways that are similarly efficient in breaking down all of your preconceived notions as studying Mathematics. Notions such as regret for example. Wink

My wife and I have agreed we are going back to uni when we retire.  We want to take anthropology courses together.  Maybe I will add some pure math as well following our discussions. 
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Tl;dr questionnaires are shitty ways to collect data.

The questionnaire seemed to have been valid because if I take a ritalin or adderal as a non-ADHD person it's going to make me wide awake for like 8 hours.  So in order for it to make you fall asleep, you really do have some sort of ADHD.

or some other medical condition that ritalin is used to treat.

source: me. i take it for something else (documented by many tests and several MDs). and yes i can fall asleep on it.

EDIT this may not prove someone does NOT have ADHD, as the ADHD may be masked (and also even treated as a side effect of the ritalin) by the other condition for which someone is actually prescribed it for. i have never been formally diagnosed with ADHD.
The way you argue here is identical to how you argue in Math by the way. Just to elaborate on my previous posts.


And regarding the topic. Is there any reason for me to look for whatever you might be having now, given that I don't take my prescription? I feel pretty much perfectly healthy, but wouldn't want to potentially let something unnoticed that could come back at me some day.
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