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January 20, 2019, 06:00:50 PM
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Why did Jew Dave Kleiman and Craig Wright (who, you think, was Satoshi) mine over a million, when Wright could have just kept mining by himself until he acquired more than the million the real Satoshi is known to have acquired early on.  Why did he (Wright) KEEP mining, when he could have, by programming and mining, grabbed 2 or 6 or 8 million at the outset?

 From your lawyer's filing, the attorney asserts "two others" (besides Jew Dave and Craig Wright) sent each other bitcoin transactions on January 12th 2009.  Those, supposedly, were Hal Finney (unidentified by the lawyer, though Hal's address is well known) and my "1DUD...sfc...VW" address?  The supposition the lawyer is floating is that Craig Wright is Satoshi and his friend Jew Dave worked together in earnest.  The lawyer, I suppose, counting on the high proportion of money-grabbing, money-grubbing Jews who will be in the jury pool of that district, and (judging from their Holocaust shower/low-temperature railroad ties funereal pyre/shrunken head/Sandy Koufax apple-pitching teen girls whoppers they tried to foist on far more educated city people of the time and the present)...will be willing to overlook the address particulars of the fantastical insinuations and just give the billions of dollars to the Jews hanging about.
 
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On January 12, 2009, Craig, Dave, and two others sent each other bitcoin transactions recorded on the blockchain. (Ex. 1 at 31)

James Bowery has tweeted recently about Hal Finney and Jew Kleiman.  (When are the Jews gonna apologize profusely to the planet and seek forgiveness for their tall-tale Paul Bunyan "control whoppers" they've laid on the planet about two bearded Sanford and Son Jews of indefinite, probably amorphous Castro District-like sexuality running the cosmos....from their spaceship?)

Mystical Fakir Craig Wright has been resolutely, over and over and over proven NOT to be Satoshi Nakamoto, yet here you are with the same ole saw.  It is already accepted fact Wright is not and never was Satoshi Nakamoto.  Even that lawsuit doesn't claim Jew Kleiman was-- they might have to prove that beyond a reasonable civil doubt.  A lower bar is to throw the Faketoshi mud on the wall and count on the jury's built in prejudice  (the jury will be about 60% most ethnocentric tribe in the history of mankind, 20% black and 20% poofter) to lay the cash on Gawd's Illustrious Chosenites, the Kleiman Klan.  Might as well give the bitcoin to the Federal Reserve Jews.
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January 20, 2019, 06:15:09 PM
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Satoshi Muramoto is the wellknown designer and coder Murat Pak. I asserted this and you haven't refuted my assertion, which tends to bolster my contention that you, Pak, Bowery, Remnant, and Weev are working together in the greatest troll operation ever seen, probably coordinated on the dark web, or even some unknown ultradark superweb.
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January 20, 2019, 06:17:54 PM
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Dave Kleiman  End of..

Thread has run it's course.

Doublespend Timestamp i'm afraid your research is weak sauce.
Nothing conclusive about this "James"  The text analysis is super sketchy at best and the story is not fitting in that with the line of history we know,.

Now explain this to me and where "James" fits into the picture..

https://www.scribd.com/document/372465601/Complaint#from_embed

Here is my take..

Satoshi was indeed more than one person I believe though only one person ever used the name to communicate in public regarding the project.
I thought for many years that Dave Kleiman Craig Wright were the guys behind bitcoin.

Now we find this lawsuit talking about the creation of bitcoin and its IP and vast funds the pair mined together in a trust.

My theory is that Craig was the guy behind the Satoshi white paper.  
Its very much in his style of writing.

I believe Craig reached out to Dave to help him with the idea and bring it to life.

From the indictment it seems this is being pushed the other direction that Dave was the guy who did the paper and Craig was the coder.

I think there is a lot of valuable info in this that people are missing out on.

Craig indeed did reachout to the family asking them to save any wallet.dat that dave might have had on his machines and promissed the family they would be paid out Davids estate.

I think your idea of this Jmes being the main guy behind bitcoin had many flaws and seems like your trying to push him to the limelight for whatever reason.

just my theory behind it but your welcome to try tear it apart.


One of the more interesting and relevant facts regarding Craig's claim that he and Dave created Bitcoin can be found via Craig's wikipedia page:

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Steven_Wright

"...17. ^ Wright, Craig; Kleiman, Dave; Sundhar R.S., Shayaam (2008). "Overwriting Hard Drive Data: The Great Wiping Controversy". In Sekar, R. Information Systems Security: 4th International Conference, ICISS 2008, Hyderabad, India, December 16–20, 2008, Proceedings. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 243...."

- https://www.vidarholen.net/~vidar/overwriting_hard_drive_data.pdf

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- https://gizmodo.com/this-australian-says-he-and-his-dead-friend-invented-bi-1746958692

"...Shyaam Sundhar, a computer security professional who coauthored an academic paper with Kleiman and Wright in 2008, doubted and expressed dismay at the idea that either man was involved in Bitcoin’s creation. “Our conversations has only been pertaining to HDD project,” he responded to an inquiry via email, referring to their research on hard drive data. “I would hope that what you have stated is mere rumors, since I have never heard any such thing about Craig or Dave...."

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Sundhar R.S., Shayaam (Big Data / Security / Gov. contractor) ... a.k.a snaos on SourceForge.

- https://sourceforge.net/u/snaos/profile/

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Truth (IMO) is that Bitcoin's creation goes way back (1992 etc.,) ... Edu., Gov., Cypher Punks, Toads, HAR and all!

I wouldn't be at all surprised if it transpires that both Dave and Craig simply discovered Bitcoin, decided to start mining and then created the Trust etc., going forward, until the unfortunate circumstances surrounding Dave's death ...

Craig has provided no solid proof or evidence whatsoever (yet), that he created Bitcoin. I'd imagine that in regards to the pending court case that it would be useful for him to continue to present himself as 'Satoshi', what with all of the 'work' he has been doing of late on 'Bitcoin SV'.

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Sadly, I can no longer participate in this thread as some of the views expressed (along with the other seemingly inaccurate fabrications) by OP 'doublespend timestamp' are both offensive and intolerable to me.

Whilst Free Speech is important, thankfully one is not required to read or to listen.

Satoshi Nakamoto built Bitcoin for everyone, everywhere. Bitcoin, in this regard, is a neutral and unbiased technology.

OP is continuing to post false information in regards to myself and to others (see below post for reference) ...   Roll Eyes

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Thanks, BitcoinFX.  You are right, of course.  I know many people are aware of his fraud.  I agree with your take that they both just chanced to glom onto bitcoin mining relatively early.  Then the knives came out for the treasure.  As if there wasn't enough to go around.

Soren Renner Partch, you can do better.  The shrooms?

The signatory attorney is a Lubavitcher Jew cultist.  Here are his pics. Do reasonable people need to know anything else about the case?

I'd be proud to truly testify in the civil trial "for" the Wright side that the January 12th 10 bitcoin send from Satoshi James Bowery to my "1DUD...sfc...VW" address in real time while we were both on Skype proves James is Satoshi Nakamoto.  It just hit me-- I wonder if the Lubavitcher Jew is going to try and claim Jew Dave had my address.  I really wouldn't like that.  Maybe I will have to at least attend the Florida trial to prevent that sneaky young Lubavitcher from suggesting nonsense without challenge.

http://crownheights.info/chabad-news/47419/lubavitcher-honored-for-high-scores-in-bar-exam/

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Sadly, I can no longer participate in this thread as some of the views (and inaccurate fabrications) of OP 'double timestamp' are both offensive and intolerable.

I don't blame you, BitcoinFX.  Your profile says you live in the UK and joined the forum in 2010.  I figure they'd give you about 10 years in that laughable Muslim Caliphate for your continued participation in this thread.  As it is, you are only facing 5 to 7.  

Here's an educative link-- from me to you-- specially designed for your high historical and moral sensitivities, BitcoinFX.
https://www.stormfront.org/forum/t19831/?postcount=4#post116607

I am Craig Cobb, Federal Reserve/World Bank thought kwantrol kwaps, and Satoshi.
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One thing you have revealed to me which I did not previously know is that Bitcoin is inextricably linked to the Archillect hoax.
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Mr. "Pak", the mechanical Turk inventor of bitcoin, sez:

https://blog.archillect.com/archillect-faq-3b22342c352a

Soren, your comedic diversions away from James are helping me.  Thank You.
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One memory I have been mulling of late is the time period James told me he couldn't code because he was doing an expansive survey of Facebook.  That seemed odd to me at the time-- that he'd be obsessed with FB, even their code.  I haven't looked into the 'rise' of FB... I recall net mentions of it from around 2005-2007 when I was first in Estonia, but James' mentions were much later, which stumped me at the time.  To the best of what I can dredge, it was around spring or early summer of 2012 (but it could have been late 2011), when I was working in the general Williston area and environs and wanted to bring podblanc back online from when Agis let it lapse (about the time I walked 60 miles over the Columbia range https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Columbia_Mountains at about 4400 ft. at the highest point I hit, all of that on the Canadian side prior to the Roosville entry point into Montana, about 8 miles north of Eureka...and leading in Whitefish and Kalispell.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roosville,_British_Columbia

So anyway, the time detail is fascinating to me, as, per remnant's citing of James' post that he, James, was the tech on virtually every early bitcoin exchange (I see now there were way more of them than I thought from the reading of NYT Nathaniel Popper's book, Digital Gold).  None have survived.

This was the run up to the proximate time I visited James at his home in Shenandoah, Iowa, i.e. late Oct./early Nov. or so, 2012.  By that time, James was available to code and had been doing some work before my arrival.

The lead up to that time frame seems to match many of the events on the exchanges.  

Another interesting time was the shellshock attack in Bali of 2014.  I think a bitcoiner in Bali lost something like $300K (valued at the time).  You could google it.

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James' post of yesterday.  Most bitcoiners follow economic politics, I'd say.  Some of this should be of interest to many here:


James Bowery
Yesterday at 11:23 AM
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This video, like "propertarianism", gets enough right compared to most commentaries on the increasing division between "left" and "right", that its more worthy of your time than most.

In particular, it gets that:

* We are in a grace period of preparation for civil war -- a war that has become probable if not inevitable.
* The "right" will win this civil war.

* Trump is _not_ the deus ex machina that many on the right imagine him to be.
* Separation is the preferred moral alternative to this civil war -- particularly by the "right" -- but that this is increasingly improbable.
* LEGAL immigration is an even bigger problem than illegal immigration due to the voting patterns of _all_ immigrants.

* The left's abandonment of the white working class in favor of immigrants.
* etc. I could go on but the point is that people need to wake up and prepare for civil war.


Now... I could go into great depth about what it gets wrong or misses entirely, but rather than doing that, I'll just post below my response to an email I received -- out of the blue -- from folks around the country who are reacting to the Republican Party's capitulation to the NYT's scurrilous attack on probably the best of all members of Congress, Steve King, as a line in the sand that has been crossed triggering war-prep in earnest:

The veterans in SW Iowa I talk to tell me civil war is imminent and they're preparing. However, if you look at the geography of voting patterns, it's not "brothers and sisters" that "may well very have to blow each other brains out". The divide is urban vs rural.

This civil war will be very short work once the rural populations realize their life-support infrastructure is far less vulnerable to strategic attack and The Rule of Threes than is that supporting the urban populations.

The first strategic target will be the electric grid. If this happens during winter, people will be subject to the rule of 3 hours of extreme cold. Assuming they make it past that, 3 days without drinkable water. Assuming they make it past that, 3 weeks without edible food.

Look, I've been thinking about this potential ever since my early work on the Internet circa 1980 made me aware that something like the Trump phenomenon would happen within my lifetime, as The American Pioneer disintermediated the mass media via the Internet.


https://tech.slashdot.org/comments.pl

When the WWW went big circa 2000, I was in Silicon Valley warning people that a false flag would occur around then in order to get us embroiled in the middle east. The morning of 9/11, young guys were showing up at my apartment asking what they should do -- among them, a founder of Peter Thiel's private intelligence gathering company, Palantir. When in 2008, as Jan and I crossed the Missouri River on our move back to Iowa, I told her to look at all the grain silos because that was real wealth. What I didn't tell her just then was that the people of Iowa still retaining their pioneering values were the real wealth, and that we would need those kinds of people as she lost her capacity to Huntington's Disease.

I was nearing 30 years of age when I wrote the aforelinked prophecy. I'm turning 65 this month so I don't have that many years left before I become useless.

Please listen to me.

The preparation for these eventualities needn't be onerous if it starts reasonably before hand with a county currency backed by county taxes in the following manner:

The county accepts up to 1% of property taxes in currency that it issues to Sheriff's deputy reserves as a "County Dividend". I call this a "dividend" because these young men, selected and qualified by the Sheriff, are the foundation of property rights -- placing their flesh, blood and bone between chaos and civilization. They are, by that investment of flesh, blood and bone, in a very real sense, the owners of civilization.
https://www.facebook.com/jabowery/posts/10218022680309304

This is doublespend timestamp.  Let me add that a single high caliber bullet in the grid relay stations along relatively remote highways north of Los Angeles and, I think, San Francisco, would knock out electricity to millions for days or perhaps weeks, depending upon the scope of such an attack.  (I assume the relative manufacturing scarcity of those large, complex relay boxes comprise the problem).   I mention these as responses to James' post above.  This is common and general knowledge, (not illegal or repressed knowledge in any way at all) even though video surveillance of these areas has been vastly stepped up in the last decade or two of photographic improvements.

These are extraordinary public ruminations, in that the man making them invented bitcoin, has personal wealth somewhere around $6 billion to $10 billion, and can shake the market at his daily or minute to minute whim.

I don't know how far back IT provider records go-- to 2008/2009?-- but James' Iowa IT provider's chief engineer would.

James' 2002 post:
https://tech.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=2702791&cid=39217853&fbclid=IwAR1w_y8072msseozPLv8INGEUGXroxwe-wiOLnDksjygPGy1wCYBCUk85bg

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Spooner also cited by the record of the proven Satoshi writings, as I recall:

t Tax Net Assets, Not Actions (Score 2) 79
by Baldrson on Thursday March 26, 2015 @11:55AM (#49346609) Attached to: NY Times: "All the News That Mark Zuckerberg Sees Fit To Print"?
The primary function of government is protection of property rights. Early anarcho-capitalist Lysander Spooner described all legitimate government as a mutual property insurance company. Guys like Gates, and now Zuckerberg, should be taxed on their net assets, not on their actions (ie: not on income, capital gains, sales, value added, inheritance, etc...) as that is the closest thing to a property insurance premium.
https://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=7156107&cid=49346609

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System Development Foundation (Score 1) 45
by Baldrson on Thursday February 26, 2015 @04:40PM (#49141679) Attached to: The Believers: Behind the Rise of Neural Nets
Its "System Development Foundation" not "System Development Corporation" and Charlie's full name is Charles Sinclair Smith. He's semi-retired now and living the next county over from me in southeast Iowa where we've been collaborating on a couple of projects -- one of which is to photosynthesize all of the CO2 effluent from US fossil fuel power plants (as Charlie got his start co-founding the Energy Information Administration of the DoE under Carter).

Its ironic that in the 80s I was living in La Jolla, which was an epicenter of the neural net revival at UCSD, had taken neural net courses from Robert Hecht-Nielsen and by 1990 had prototyped the highest performance neural network image processing system (as Neural Engines Corporation) -- but I then later worked with Charlie for almost 15 years before discovering he had had played such a key role in the revival of neural nets. Even more ironic is that, circa 2005, I came up with the idea for the Hutter Prize for Lossless Compression of Human Knowledge -- based on Hutter's entirely different, top down mathematics approach to AI -- and Shane Legg, founder of Deep Mind, which is largely identified with deep learning neural nets, actuality studied under Hutter and achieved Deep Mind's famous ability to learn to play video games using Hutter's approach but everyone thinks that capability is uniquely attributable to deep neural net learning alone.
https://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=7016583&cid=49141679

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Satoshi Nakamoto on the thieving lying Z, lulz!:

Pay These Geniuses What They're Worth! (Score 5, Insightful) 261
by Baldrson on Sunday September 21, 2014 @02:38PM (#47960241) Attached to: Mark Zuckerberg Throws Pal Joe Green Under the Tech Immigration Bus
Its tragic that Mark et al are being forced to put up with just sort of OK US workers.

You know one step that Mark et al could take that would grease the skids on their immigration reforms?

Pay the geniuses they want to import what they're worth. See The Bottom of the Pay Scale: Wages for H-1B Computer Programmers.

In fact, Mark et al should either pay back salaries to all of the H-1b workers they've ever employed or Mark et al should be thrown in prison for fraudulent abuse of the H-1B guest worker provision.

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Can't see the humorous background context for this JAB post.  Deleted?  If it is a ref. to his pvt. BTC keys, it's even funnier:
https://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=8002019&cid=50515265#comments

If I Don't Get My Watermellon
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I'm going to give the private key ring to my Nigerian girlfriend.

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Kaminsky ticked off the skills Nakamoto would need to pull it off. “He’s a world-class programmer, with a deep understanding of the C++ programming language,” he said. “He understands economics, cryptography, and peer-to-peer networking.”

“Either there’s a team of people who worked on this,” Kaminsky said, “or this guy is a genius.”

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2011/10/10/the-crypto-currency
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Comment The Exchanges Aren't Cryptocurrency (Score 5, Interesting) 357
by Baldrson on Sunday March 23, 2014 @11:41PM (#46561463) Attached to: Cryptocurrency Exchange Vircurex To Freeze Customer Accounts
Cryptocurrency is a platform and the exchanges are an app built on the platform. The security problems have been with the apps built on the platform. The peer to peer architecture is not what is being exploited. Its reckless abandonment of P2P for client server.
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Tacit or overt support for when bad bitcoin guys get hacked in 2012? -doublespend timestamp:

Comment Network Effect Freedom (Score 1) 124
by Baldrson on Monday February 13, 2012 @01:30PM (#39022133) Attached to: An Open Alternative To Kickstarter
Any platform that purports to be "open" cannot truly be open if its data is not in a distributed store (eg: Usenet) to which anyone can connect in a read-write mode (eg: Bitcoin).

If a closed group maintains control of the data, it controls the platform's use and represents a takeover target by interests inimical to the purpose of the platform.

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Comment Day Wunt Ur Jubzzz!!! (Score 1) 512
by Baldrson on Friday April 05, 2013 @06:48PM (#43374391) Attached to: H-1B Cap Reached Today; Didn't Get In? Too Bad
funny luking frenurz wont Ur jubzz!! ur jubbzzz!! deay wunturjubzz!!
(You will notice how I am not only a xenophobic racist in the above exclamation, but I am inarticulate if not down right illiterate. This merely goes to show that people of my race/gender/age (white/male/old) not only must, as an urgent economic necessity, be displaced by importing hundreds of thousands if not millions from abroad, but that we deserve to be displaced.)


Comment Good for Bitcoin??? (Score 1) 385
by Baldrson on Sunday March 31, 2013 @01:11PM (#43325605) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Should Bitcoin Be Regulated?
The "respectable" institutions will be forced to use Bitcoin for the same reason they were forced to use Bill Gates's DOS: The network effect.
Bitcoin doesn't need the "help" of regulators to make that happen anymore than did Gates need their help to spread DOS.


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The Curse of the Network Effect
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by Baldrson on Friday December 21, 2012 @07:47PM (#42366077) Attached to: How the Internet Became a Closed Shop
The Network Effect is often praised because value increases for each user the more users are connected to a platform, but the problem is that it shifts rewards from being good to being merely big. This is the origin of the MS-DOS/M$ tragedy. It is also the origin of the Facebook tragedy. There are many other examples, probably the biggest tragedy of all being the Federal Reserve currency being the international reserve currency. Its bad enough when you have something like the QWERTY (rather than the Dvorak) keyboard creating lock-in to a standard but at least when you have an open standard into which people are locked by the network effect, no one is becoming a Bill Gates or Carlos Slim. Its when the network effect is turned into a business model that the really nasty effects on the society start working their dark magic.
The solution is to stop taxing economic activity (capital gains, income, sales, value added, etc) and instead tax market-assessed liquid value of assets.

Of course, not many people are going to really understand this idea so it must be demonstrated by those who do get it.

That's why we need Sortocracy.

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Directly from Leith time frame, as I have already truthfully cited in this thread:

Comment The Real Crime Against Humanity (Score 1) 674
by Baldrson on Friday October 04, 2013 @01:17PM (#45037859) Attached to: The Luddites Are Almost Always Wrong: Why Tech Doesn't Kill Jobs
It is supremacist for the government to test its social theories on unwilling human subjects.
It doesn't matter how much "evidence" one can bring to bear in sociological journals, let alone pundit pieces in the fashion press of the intelligentsia, in support of this or that social theory; imposing them on unwilling human subjects violates humanity.

Quite aside from the fact that "correlation doesn't imply causation", thereby rendering any mountain of data-collection incapable of scientific proof of causality in the social sciences, it is more compassionate to let people learn live out their strongly held beliefs and thereby learn from their mistakes then it is to engender their unquenchable hatred.
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Hate Speech (Score 0) 236
by Baldrson on Saturday September 07, 2013 @12:37AM (#44781829) Attached to: Most Tor Keys May Be Vulnerable To NSA Cracking
I find it offensive that you would disseminate information about how to circumvent the NSA's need to know what is going on to protect us. In truth, aren't you accusing the government of a conspiracy? What's the difference between that and accusing Jews of an international Jewish conspiracy? Are you going to start loading up government employees and officials into box cars and transport them to "relocation" camps? Its a slippery slope you're on!
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Comment Re:Shit... Now where do I move? (Score 1) 103
by Baldrson on Saturday June 22, 2013 @07:35PM (#44081825) Attached to: Server Farms Flourish In Iowa: Microsoft Plows $700M More Into Des Moines
Intriguing idea. Its an engineering tradeoff:
Nebraska: Local teenage girls are being used as black tar heroin dealers vs Iowa where the person you contact to apply for energy grants from the state of Iowa is Paritosh Kasotia who assures me that the grant they gave to the ethanol plant a half mile from here to grow algae just HAD to hire folks from India and that it is wonderful because these tax dollars are going to be spent right here in Iowa by these highly skilled gifts from abroad. You see, these geniuses are are making up for the fact that Iowa's scholastic aptitude is ranked near the top of the world, if counted as a separate country, and lord knows Iowans like Norman Borlaug just couldn't have figured out how to grow things without help from these geniuses from India. In fact, its Normal Borlaug's fault that there are so many of them so we have to find SOMEWHERE to give them jobs and, hey, Iowa fits the bill don'it?
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Hate speech causes genocide! (Score 1) 190
by Baldrson on Saturday April 06, 2013 @05:53PM (#43381253) Attached to: Hatebase Tries To Scan For Precursors of Genocide In Language
Let's see, just prior to their demographic collapse, creating a population vacuum now being filled by invading populations from around the world, people of European descent were being labeled as"whites" and "racist" and "xenophobic" and "prejudiced" and "discriminatory" and "imperialistic" and "genocidal" and "supremacist", there being "no place for" them if they wanted to be left alone as that would be "segregationists".
Yep, clearly hate speech causes genocide.
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e:Recalculate for the crisis (Score 1) 465
by Baldrson on Saturday December 20, 2008 @11:27AM (#26184175) Attached to: Hardware Is Cheap, Programmers Are Expensive
It's true that for permanent on-site work my compensation requirements are much higher, so my advertised $8/hour for remote temporary consulting is apples to the $50/hour permanent salary annualized to $99k given in TFA. But I think it trades fairly when you consider that employers don't want to commit to fixed recurring costs in the present economic climate, and the vast majority of programming work can be done remote.
https://slashdot.org/users2.pl?page=57&uid=78598&view=userhomepage&fhfilter=%22home%3ABaldrson%22

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James Bowery's entire posting activity on Slashdot between December 21st, 2008 and January 2nd, 2009, a time frame during which Satoshi Nakamoto might well have been extremely busy and excited.

Between January 8th, 2009 and January 13th, 2009, James had zero posts on Slashdot.  Good readers will remember the known communications between Hal Finney and Satoshi Nakamoto of the latter part of this period (cited word for word earlier in this thread) in which Satoshi tells Hal how he fixed the technical probs Hal was having with the software, and how he accomplished that fix.
https://slashdot.org/users2.pl?page=58&uid=78598&view=userhomepage&fhfilter=%22home%3ABaldrson%22
https://nakamotostudies.org/emails/bitcoin-list-bitcoin-v0-1-2-now-available/
James did post on Majority Rights during this period, though NOT on January 11th and 12th, 2009.
https://nakamotostudies.org/emails/bitcoin-list-bitcoin-v0-1-2-now-available/
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/46375e5e3db3a23366715c56db19159e/P600

Again, James did not post on Slashdot during this period.  You can go to Slashdot and see for yourself:

https://slashdot.org/users2.pl?page=57&uid=78598&view=userhomepage&fhfilter=%22home%3ABaldrson%22

Comment "Shut up!", he explained. (Score 1) 210
by Baldrson on Friday January 02, 2009 @05:31PM (#26305271) Attached to: More Evidence For a Clovis-Killer Comet
From Wikipedia's article on Atlantis:
In Plato's account Atlantis was a naval power lying "in front of the Pillars of Hercules" that conquered many parts of Western Europe and Africa 9,000 years before the time of Solon, or approximately 9600 BC. After a failed attempt to invade Athens, Atlantis sank into the ocean "in a single day and night of misfortune".

That's 11,600 years ago for Atlantis's destruction but TFA says it was 12,900 years ago which is 1,300 years off you idiot!!!

Oh, I can hear the loons whine now: "But but but 10% is a pretty good margin of error for a third hand report from an Egyptian priest that long ago!"

PuhlEEEAZE go back to your Illuminatus Trilogy and leave the theorizing to the Proper Authorities!


Comment Re:Recalculate for the crisis (Score 1) 465
by Baldrson on Sunday December 21, 2008 @10:40AM (#26191411) Attached to: Hardware Is Cheap, Programmers Are Expensive
Unless there is some study showing a good correlation between marketing savvy and technical savvy of which I am not aware, then even assuming you are right, there should still be a market segment for rationality at the upper end of the bell curve.

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by Baldrson on Saturday February 07, 2009 @02:39PM (#26766037) Attached to: Phantom OS, the 21st Century OS?
The mathematics of objects are poorly formalized. The mathematics of relations, on the other hand, are inherent in the very idea of formal language, subsuming functional as well as object oriented programming. Object orientation is being brought into philosophical question by advances in Structural Realism. I suspect something like Informational Realism will be a more appropriate approach for a mathematically strong culture like Russia to use for setting up an OS for the 21st century.
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Also, unless the posts have been deleted, if that is even possible, James made zero posts between the first day of December, a year earlier, 2007, all the way until December 1st, 2008, a time during which (especially post fall 2008 economic crisis) Satoshi was surely coding Bitcoin Core as his response to the crisis.  On December 2nd, 2008, Satoshi Bowery began posting again after a year off.
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Have any of these people been observed in the same room at the same time?
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Soren Renner, please stop pitching to the stupidest people in the room.  Thank You, Sir.

Also, please buy a few hundred bitcoins of Apollo and then dump it at a near 100% loss (.00000006 to .00000012 would be good) so the tens of millions of we non rent-collecting white peons out here can buy Apollo cheaply for a few weeks or months.  If you won't do it, ask James. Don't you bitcoin gentry have any benevolent comMUNity hobbies?  Pretty soon he'll have to upgrade to a 94 or 95 Saturn.  Maybe Warren Buffet 100 miles away in Omaha will buy his old 93 Saturn ride.  

When I hit Eureka, Montana in 2010, walking in from Roosville, BC and further, my feet were so swollen, I could barely walk, so I stayed in a motel kaddy corner from a casino on the north side of town.  Two days later, about 18 or 22 miles south, a couple picked me up.  I wasn't hitchhiking-- just walking south.  The insisted I ride.  I stayed at their home in Kalispell a night, where I met their 29 year old son who had done 8 years for crystal meth distribution.  He'd been sentenced for a high level of distribution as a very young guy, and had been out only a year or so.  He told me the story.  Turned out he had, as a prisoner, been assigned at Florence, CO, the big supermax...as a prisoner trustee, in a separate prison on the grounds.  That was interesting.  The criminal classes ability to think differently has always fascinated me.  I guess, in the technical and legal sense, I am one, albeit only having been in county jails.

Anyway, it must have been a lot of meth. He told me.  I forgot.  But I do recall his account of there being no windows in Florence's cells, and particularly, that the showers in Florence move on some type of hydraulic system built into the floor and twice or thrice a week (I think just twice) the showers move in that conveying floor monstrosity and clank-bolt in front of each man's cell so he can enter the shower directly from the cell.  Then they move on.

I thought of this last night, as the Luddite Ted Kaczynski is there.  That prison is considered barbaric.  It seems I read Ted's IQ is 155, 157-- something like that.  Not googling it; just memory.  I think James is smarter.  

Some are saying bitcoin will go to $1200 or $1500 in the coming months.  I hope so.  These corrupt govts are killing young people, particularly the USA govt is preventing the young Millennials from enjoying their peak years-- women, wives, families, houses, autos.  Their massive gen should be enjoying the relative wealth boomers had, at least we somewhat did in some measures for a while.  Some of us.  

More young people need to acquire cryptos-- maybe like the ones I've mentioned several times, Insolar https://www.insolar.io/community.html , Smarc https://smartcontainers.ch/en/ , Hedera Hashgraph, Holochain, Radix DLT, Hydro (a fintech already-working project) PIVX  et. al.   Used to like NEO, but they aren't moving fast enough with goals, though they have plenty of Falun Gong/Amway-type international meet-ups.

I wouldn't buy Zcash, the Israeli professors' coin which can mint more whenever they push the button or Beam, also a pvt. Jewish coin.

It is hard for me to see how emotionality, tradition, and a proven (aged though not totally antiquated) crypto such as bitcoin will pokily propel itself through time.  It would be like Model A or Model T Fords prevailing through the 1960's.  Almost everyone in crypto disagrees though.
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I don't think the person you are trying to dox, even if he really exists, is a bitcoin whale. I myself am CERTAINLY not a hidden BTC mogul. But I think I do now see what you are trying to do. You used to be friends with these people and now they have "abandoned you" (this is your petulant thought) -- so if you post these vague threats and mention them by name, they will find this thread, take pity on you and invest in your crypto scheme. After all, they are wealthy now! It is proven by the fact that they dropped you socially!

Also: If Uncle Ted's IQ is 155, then yes, JAB is smarter.
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I have no illusions anyone I know is going to sell bitcoin.  It is merely humor.

I do think Apollo may overtake bitcoin.  I hope so.  It is a more efficient, must faster and private model of crypto.  I understand it was predicated on bitcoin, just as bitcoin was predicated on the 1995 blockchain of photos which was created.

Satoshi Nakamoto has never been willing to sell me bitcoin.  He told me a few times he "didn't have very many".  He did give me ten though, on January 12, 2009.  That is what I have.  That history.  He traded it off over the years.

I also do believe he was one of the primary techs-- maybe the main or sole 'outside' tech-- of Mt. Gox, and most probably also of a slew of the other earliest bitcoin exchanges.  There are a considerable number of people who know the answers to this question--even if James, as he is wont to do, was using a fake name in some cases-- and may be reading or soon to read this thread.  I would guess James was usually paid in bitcoin by most of those exchanges.  For the guy who invented bitcoin and holds more than anyone in the world, he surely has a bitcoin jones.  

Bitcoin has held pretty steady between 52% and 55% of market, a market which is today just $120,451,000,000.  

I am sorry James didn't get you to generate bitcoins, Soren Hans Renner of Franklin, Maine.  I don't believe you.

Do you think it's possible for James to have more or less singlehandedly driven the price of bitcoin in any direction he pleased since 2009?  I do.
After buying cheap for years and having his original million, he could have liquidated large quantities (say, at $19,000+) converted to tether, and then dumped it, buying again when it hits $3300, $1500, $1200 or what have you.  That is the most extreme example; other examples would just involve less extraordinary buy and sell rates. Maybe only doing this "many days"? Still fun and controlling in the infinite.

Now that the world knows who Satoshi Nakamoto is, investors have this to consider.  You may all be jumping to James' invisible daily tumbler tunes!

I have read a communist bitcoin cadre kind of controls the twitter bitcoin major conversation drifts.  Is this true?  That's pretty bad when the commies snag a right wing coin.  That's the breaks.

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At the time of Satoshi’s e-mail, difficulties would have been far lower. Block 10, which was mined 10 years ago today, had a difficulty of just 1.

Satoshi Nakamoto said, on January 8th, 2009:

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You can get coins by getting someone to send you some, or turn on Options->Generate Coins to run a node and generate blocks. I made the proof-of-work difficulty ridiculously easy to start with, so for a little while in the beginning a typical PC will be able to generate coins in just a few hours. It’ll get a lot harder when competition makes the automatic adjustment drive up the difficulty.
https://www.ccn.com/bitcoin-10-years-ago-satoshi-nakamoto-announced-first-version/

From James' twitter motto:

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A few σ out.
https://twitter.com/jabowery

One of the definitions of 'σ':

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The number 200,000 in Greek numerals.

From moving the bitcoin markets, even at a tremendous loss when necessary?
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%CF%83

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Yesterday, the attractive 25yo native West Virginian boss where I sometimes do manual labour (labor with a "u"-- the Satoshi effect) told me her grandfather had given her half a bitcoin which she still has. She showed it to me in her wallet on her phone, though I didn't have my reading glasses on. He had taken to investments after suffering a major, life-changing car accident and receiving a huge settlement.  She herself had bad, crazy dope hound parents, yet somehow managed to become just the opposite of them. Quite admirable and surprising.

Then, shortly after my last post, in which I quoted Satoshi's January 8th message (a less usual date in the public narrative) I recalled James telling in that very general time frame-- January 8th, 2009 to the actual send, January 12th, 2009-- people would "get someone to send them some", or use the "generate coins" [function].  Huh? This struck me as humourous (my Canadian mysterious Commonwealth spelling again) as nobody or next to nobody had any.  I voiced this thought then. Of course, as mentioned, my Generate Coins function wouldn't work. More happenstace 'funniness'. Tough luck, eh?  Like antifa and Africans, and urban Syrian Jew Charlie Shrem playing with bitcoin-- becoming a mega-millionaire, not just humanly warm (not living in a hole in the ground through a Montana winter) or with food...some gotta win, some gotta lose, goodtime Winston Smith has the blues. You gotta understand, it was conceptual, not $3577 per, ha.  Why would anybody send anybody any? After a little friendly back and forth parlay,  James felt obliged to prove up his theory and sent it.  The big 10.  I even told him, you are the only person I know with bitcoin, if even you have any. He claimed to have gotten it for 2 cents, 3 cents, and 4 cents the coin.  The competitive vagaries of the bidding market in his mind's eye imagination on January 12th, 2009.

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A faceless person called Satoshi Nakamoto has bagged a rank among the world’s top 100 global finance leaders, leaving well-known personalities like Mark Zuckerberg, Kristalina Georgieva, and Paul Krugman behind.

Worth.com has named Satoshi Nakamoto the 44th most powerful individual in finance.
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It is a great resume and this is worth noting. I know that the concept of blockchain which Satoshi and his team gave to the world is innovative as it cuts across the whole facets of human endeavour.
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I concur, but James not bullish on helping the cited groups, and I support him in that. It was unavoidable residual.  Would he be stoked the Israeli profs made Zcash which has a built-in ability to be clicked for more Zcash?  I doubt it.  He actually spoke well in a social media post for Monero a couple of years ago.

Blockchain was invented in 1995 as I understand it, with a series of NYT photos having been strung. In a blockchain.  Satoshi Bowery mightily proved the monetary methodology.  Apollo seems to have successfully built upon his historic proving ground.




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somehow Satoshi identity discussion has turned into the goat simulator advertising  Grin
I'm pretty sure Satoshi Nakamoto is not  a single individual, but rather a group of people
could be wrong, but I have had this hunch for quite some time
but even if his identity is revealed and proved I can't see how can this change anything at all
other than tickle some curiosity bones around the world


Tomorrow on Ellen, Satoshi Goatamoto ...



"I met Satoshi Goatamoto at an undisclosed barn in the Midwest and he proved to me beyond doubt that he's the real Satoshi."


"Somethin' doesn't add up!"


"Back from visiting my mother ship, signal theory dictates that if it smells like a goat, walks likes a goat and fucks like a goat, then it's not an alpaca."

Thanks for the merits, guys.

Back on-topic, I don't concur with dt's assessment but won't diss him for his beliefs. Further, unless his diatribes are too far out there, I do enjoy the reads.

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Thanks for the merits, guys.

Back on-topic, I don't concur with dt's assessment but won't diss him for his beliefs. Further, unless his diatribes are too far out there, I do enjoy the reads.

Can I take back the smerit that I sent to you?   hahahahahaha

Put BTC here: 35EVP8EePt8dyvKHaB7bXaRmKLm22YgRCA

How much alt coin diversification is necessary? if you are investing in Bitcoin, then perhaps 0%?
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Thanks for the merits, guys.

Back on-topic, I don't concur with dt's assessment but won't diss him for his beliefs. Further, unless his diatribes are too far out there, I do enjoy the reads.

Can I take back the smerit that I sent to you?   hahahahahaha

Gulp! Too late, bud, for I just gave it away --> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5084077.msg48689200#msg48689200.

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Holy Cow, Phinnaeus gave away a merit, hell is freezing over, and the Eagles are getting back together again.

https://metro.co.uk/2018/09/28/the-eagles-announces-huge-reunion-tour-with-career-spanning-hits-7988302/

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Thanks.  A very enjoyable thread.

Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of this forum, is super C++ coder, James Allen Bowery, 64, of Shenandoah, Iowa.

https://twitter.com/jabowery

He used to work for Control Data Corporation which morphed into [Robert] Cray [Supercomputers].  He has been programming since 1972.

I hope this helps.

Most enjoyable post I've seen in existence on here.
Thanks for the laugh! Cheesy
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