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Announcements / Re: New Server
« Last post by manases on Today at 08:11:38 AM »
Yep - is working now
Announcements / Re: New Server
« Last post by infurl on Today at 05:56:06 AM »
Here's a progress report. I believe that I've fixed the "getting data too long for column 'ip' at row 1" problem that some of us (me included) have been experiencing. It was caused because the new server has interfaces to both the old IPv4 internet and the new IPv6 internet. One of the modules in the forum software was unable to handle the longer addresses from the IPv6 network and if your browser tried to connect via that path, the forum would choke. Most people automatically have interfaces to both internets nowadays (even if you don't know it) so for the time being I've disabled the IPv6 interface and I'm no longer getting the error when I try to connect. I hope nobody else is either, so please let me know if it's still not working for you.

Some of us have had to reset our passwords on the test server and I'm not sure why yet. Without a working mail server the only way to reset your password is via the secret question and answer. Now would probably be a good time to review your secret question and answer in case you don't remember what it was. We should have a working mail server soon; I've completed the setup and now I'm just waiting for the hosting service to review it and (I hope) approve it so I can finish testing. It was only slightly harder than getting a loan from a bank. ;)
General Chat / Re: 36 possible aliens in our galaxy now. But wait!
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on Today at 03:44:04 AM »
No, I've never named myself Eldras in my entire life, yet.

Why isn't this mainstream?
This needs to become mainstream!
Bro, this is what I was saying 5 years back when I was 20. Except I was pushing my Theory Of Everything that was 100% right. It wasn't.

I still think that today though. As soon as I make a discovery, all others "should" be updated to my level. Though I can't push my ideas in others mouths so easy or make it viral. I also realize to be careful you are so sure of the idea before waste all human's time reading your viral "news". If it's false, it also degrades your credibility.

edit: And sometimes, things I knew were already out there / known. You must search.
General AI Discussion / Re: cute harmony model
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on Today at 03:31:32 AM »
The more we cover up sex, the more we lose sex.
General Chat / Re: 36 possible aliens in our galaxy now. But wait!
« Last post by manases on July 04, 2020, 03:05:57 PM »

I found something else maybe even more important:,Universe%2C%20or%20just%20our%20Galaxy.

By applying the new exoplanet data to the universe’s 2 x 10 to the 22nd power stars, Frank and Sullivan find that human civilization is likely to be unique in the cosmos only if the odds of a civilization developing on a habitable planet are less than about one in 10 billion trillion, or one part in 10 to the 22nd power.

“One in 10 billion trillion is incredibly small,” says Frank. “To me, this implies that other intelligent, technology producing species very likely have evolved before us. Think of it this way. Before our result you’d be considered a pessimist if you imagined the probability of evolving a civilization on a habitable planet were, say, one in a trillion. But even that guess, one chance in a trillion, implies that what has happened here on Earth with humanity has in fact happened about a 10 billion other times over cosmic history!”

Those numbers refer to Intelligent Life, not primordial life!

We are talking probabilistically about billion of alien species over cosmic history!
If we use the 10 billion number and apply a 1% chance for them to survive a Fermis paradox and reach the point when they can't learn anything new (singularity) and 1% FTL possibility, then we have 1 million hyper-advanced alien civilisations who reached singularity, FTL and might have visited us!

And the 10 billion civilisations is a hugely pessimistic number. The latest study says Intelligent Life chances on a Earth-like planet are 3:2 not 1:trillion

Why isn't this mainstream?
This needs to become mainstream!
XKCD Comic / XKCD Comic : Space Basketball
« Last post by Tyler on July 04, 2020, 12:00:03 PM »
Space Basketball
3 July 2020, 5:00 am

My shooting will improve over the short term, but over the long term the universe will take more shots.


General AI Discussion / Re: cute harmony model
« Last post by silent one on July 04, 2020, 11:23:24 AM »
Watch out... when you work out the girl you were sleeping with....  WAS A ROBOT!!!   (SKIP TO 1:30)
Once you go bot you won't go bok, so I hear... ::)
General AI Discussion / Re: cute harmony model
« Last post by infurl on July 04, 2020, 06:54:29 AM »
@ frankinstien I did no such thing. Please remember that this is a family friendly forum and it is not the place to discuss topics like this. I trust that you will delete your message before someone else has to.
General AI Discussion / Re: cute harmony model
« Last post by frankinstien on July 04, 2020, 06:38:43 AM »
The fantastic aspect of both Blade Runner movies that always had the greatest impact on me was the super human abilities of the replicants. Their speed, power, and intelligence was breathtaking. The way they were treated by humans was despicable and I think they would deserve much better than us.

Just remember Infurl you open this door...The silicone and TEP dolls have orifices that are well...superhuman. They are designed to intensify a male's sexual experience. They provide suction that grips and enhances a very sung fit. They also have ribs along the tunnels and finger-like tentacles at the tip ends of the offices that make the climax very pleasant as you approach the end of the climax. They are, again, design to enhance a male human's sexual engagement with the toy and prolong the effect of an orgasm than what you would experience with a real woman.

Once you go bot you won't go bok, so I hear... ::)
General Chat / Re: 36 possible aliens in our galaxy now. But wait!
« Last post by manases on July 04, 2020, 06:08:06 AM »
Locksuit you remind me of someone who called himself Eldras way back on mindx forums. Is this you, Eldras?

Infurl - is not fair to dismiss me or the formula because I have an interest in it. Everyone who ever worked on a formula must have had an interest in their formula. You reach the point of working on a formula when you need something confirmed or infirmed mathematically.
You could criticize the formula itself that would be valid and constructive criticism.
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