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November 21, 2013, 02:14:18 PM
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It's pretty funny actually, it exists because people are evil. Let me explain this a bit more in-depth. All of us humans are untrustworthy, we all have this darkness inside us, if we are forced, even the most "good natured" person can steal,kill and whatnot. Why do people keep secrets? Because they did something bad. Why the need to lock our doors, keep our "data" safe? Because someone can steal it.

Bitcoin exists because encryption exists, and encryption exists because people were evil and didn't want their war plans to be discovered by the enemy. Get it so far?

Everytime I hear new encryption was discovered, I giggle a bit, because the reason they make encryption/ciphers is because one the first chance they get, humans will compromise some data.

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November 21, 2013, 02:40:25 PM
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It's pretty funny actually, it exists because people are evil. Let me explain this a bit more in-depth. All of us humans are untrustworthy, we all have this darkness inside us, if we are forced, even the most "good natured" person can steal,kill and whatnot. Why do people keep secrets? Because they did something bad. Why the need to lock our doors, keep our "data" safe? Because someone can steal it.

Bitcoin exists because encryption exists, and encryption exists because people were evil and didn't want their war plans to be discovered by the enemy. Get it so far?

Everytime I hear new encryption was discovered, I giggle a bit, because the reason they make encryption/ciphers is because one the first chance they get, humans will compromise some data.
That's a kinda dark view on humanity, isn't it?  Cheesy
But, well, you have a point. But, then, I guess most things can be traced back to selfish purposes if we want to?
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November 21, 2013, 02:56:11 PM
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It's pretty funny actually, it exists because people are evil. Let me explain this a bit more in-depth. All of us humans are untrustworthy, we all have this darkness inside us, if we are forced, even the most "good natured" person can steal,kill and whatnot. Why do people keep secrets? Because they did something bad. Why the need to lock our doors, keep our "data" safe? Because someone can steal it.

Bitcoin exists because encryption exists, and encryption exists because people were evil and didn't want their war plans to be discovered by the enemy. Get it so far?

Everytime I hear new encryption was discovered, I giggle a bit, because the reason they make encryption/ciphers is because one the first chance they get, humans will compromise some data.
That's a kinda dark view on humanity, isn't it?  Cheesy
But, well, you have a point. But, then, I guess most things can be traced back to selfish purposes if we want to?
I see the world differently. What most people see as obvious, I don't. And what I see as obvious, most people don't.

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November 22, 2013, 03:59:56 AM
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To prove you're not evil or bad, please post your social security number and full name & address.
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November 22, 2013, 04:35:24 AM
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Curious people seek flaws in the current best thing, and when found, they correct them in new versions.

Now it boils down to if the curious fella is a good or bad guy. Wink

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November 22, 2013, 07:32:04 AM
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It's natural for humans to think like this. We are born hunters and really, would do a lot of different things to get an advantage over most other fellow 'hunters'.

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November 22, 2013, 11:34:16 AM
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Curious people seek flaws in the current best thing, and when found, they correct them in new versions.

Now it boils down to if the curious fella is a good or bad guy. Wink



Usually people seeks flaws in things so they can abuse the , if they don't own that thing.

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