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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

The sound of mathematics

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- Wed, 19 Jun 2019 00:47:30 EST Dm5a4wRL No.79458
File: 1560919650905.jpg -(84380B / 82.40KB, 640x360) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. The sound of mathematics
Annon how do you think the sounds that were created with the help of mathematical formulas affect a person ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9pAv_f00CA&t=1467s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juY1C68goWg&t=1025s
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Martha Wunderkog - Sat, 05 Oct 2019 07:48:27 EST 6GuGraLS No.79619 Reply
>>79478
The "rules" in art are more like guidelines to create "generically appealing" works of art, the best artists bend and break these rules to create the unexpected. Adhering to them staunchly will just net you a boring, but pretty, work.
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Martha Sonningwotch - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 15:00:16 EST 4RJtSn+h No.79624 Reply
>>79619
Yes and no. I'm thinking in a broader sense.

The rules aren't a template for creating appealing art but they do include how that works, but also how to break that and what happens when you do. Dissonance in music for example. A lot of bending and breaking of the "rules" that you are thinking of is actually described by maths and science and the toolbox I'm thinking of.

You are right that artists do bend and break the confines of this automatically appealing guideline and yes something they break new ground entirely. But a lot of the time they're still doing what those rules would indicate, just doing something different with them.

Real working lightsaber

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- Mon, 26 Aug 2019 16:47:38 EST 8UA92SFd No.79565
File: 1566852458568.gif -(32215B / 31.46KB, 600x531) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Real working lightsaber
I have come up with a method. I just lack the technical know how.
You would need basic laser technology, but modified so that the laser gas is generated from the surrounding air with an oxygen concentrator. If you could manage to push enough energy through it, you could have a cutting laser. Now, there are ways to magnify the laser into more of a blade, but the issue is a laser just goes on and on, it doesnt stop. So you would need a way to stop it. I suggest a telescoping heat resistant pole that extends when activated, at the end of which is a circular beam trap. Instead of one laser, this design would call for a circle of beams around the inner pole which would make a wider blade. The inner pole could also likely be used to block. The lasers would only be for heat.

Cons:
Cant be used for stabbing
is like a first gen prototype and not so combat worthy
im not sure a metal strong enough exists
im not sure enough power could be made portable unless a mini generator was invented

Pros:
would absolutely cut and burn,
would definitely resemble a lightsaber.
is absolutely possible

add ideas or use this stuff guys, lets become jedi
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A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 02:01:51 EST u5q+UPgU No.79576 Reply
>>79565
>pole
>laser
>circle of beams
None of these is a lightsaber. Why the fuck does A Wizard have to come to /stem/ to fix this shit for you?
PLASMA! A lightsaber should be PLASMA!
>but why
Because a plasma will work properly and allow you to go through steel with it and not have to worry about loss from reflective surfaces and all that other shit... but more importantly, a plasma can be held in form by a magnetic field. Now, by using a plasma instead of a simple laser, the only question is by what means you will be generating and shaping this magnetic field, to hold and sustain the plasma while you flail it around at things.
So, you don't need a pole, you don't need anything on the other end, you just need to generate the field in the appropriate shape and with some serious strength... hmm, well I answered the question.

life expansion pearls to swine fuck christ

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- Mon, 07 Oct 2019 18:45:00 EST MqS9VQoB No.79620
File: 1570488300148.jpg -(10608B / 10.36KB, 480x360) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. life expansion pearls to swine fuck christ
how do i realistically preserve my brain past the death of my body? must i keep blood supplied to it , harvesting more and more fresh blood, or may i simply have new organs connected to my system every few decades? obviously i will need to be fed and cared for which presents its own problems. i will most likely lose motility, unless i am some how gifted advanced robotics, even then it is unlikely i will ever again come close to the perfection of the human form. it is more likely that I will gain additional appendages such as arms and eyes that should be able to take in information, and output. access to the worlds' life center : the internet. research into xeno-transplantation and overcoming graft vs, host disease is highly suggested for study . s t i r k
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George Giggleridge - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 18:44:58 EST gpiglBfJ No.79626 Reply
>>79622

I wonder how much research has gone into the greenland shark and it's blood. maybe it's glands could be transplanted into a human. they live for 3-500 years. who knows what long living animals exist on earth and are kept secret? life extension must be one of the oldest of sciences
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George Giggleridge - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 18:48:49 EST gpiglBfJ No.79627 Reply
>>79620
well 420c i will be creating my dzoujins in the meanwhile, which will feature life expansion and lolis. wish i could get some funding for this shit . more importantly, for the research. s t i r k we can't forget that the females should be saved as well . how can i even begin to understand their physiology sigh

Schumann Resonance

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- Wed, 28 Aug 2019 11:06:47 EST Dm5a4wRL No.79568
File: 1567004807431.jpg -(77274B / 75.46KB, 640x480) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Schumann Resonance
How does a Schumann Resonance affect a person?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BHcExcSke4
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Nathaniel Fiffingseck - Tue, 03 Sep 2019 19:44:38 EST zCQgmjjm No.79574 Reply
also "brown note"
hurr durr

nb
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A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 02:02:48 EST u5q+UPgU No.79577 Reply
>>79572
Seems like circlejerk hasn't had a conversation on /psy/ before.
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Martha Wunderkog - Sat, 05 Oct 2019 07:46:08 EST 6GuGraLS No.79618 Reply
>>79572
>When "scientists" try and dismiss something as ridiculous they just say baby words until the problem goes away

Impressive

Mandelbrot Sound

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- Tue, 16 Jul 2019 11:19:34 EST Dm5a4wRL No.79502
File: 1563290374706.jpg -(7712B / 7.53KB, 299x169) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Mandelbrot Sound
How he was able to create a fractal sound ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wJY4BZhQzc
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Edwin Pickstock - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 18:33:15 EST zCQgmjjm No.79504 Reply
>>79502
>>79503
I think the video is supposed to be pretty self explanatory.
From what I've seen he is starting with a ray from the origin (0,0) and 0° degrees. Then measure the distance to the first edge of the madelbrot set that the ray intersects. The magnitude of the resulting vector is then used as the first sample of the audio.
Then increase the angle of the ray, and repeat the process.

This is an interesting idea. you could even modify the sound if you pick different origins for the rays instead of 0,0 (should work as long as it is within the set)
or alternately use the same process with different Julia sets.

All in all neat idea!
I would find it quite interesting if this could be turned into an algorithm suitable for real time sound synthesis in a VSTI and such.
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Nicholas Fellermed - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 21:56:48 EST Dm5a4wRL No.79616 Reply
>>79504
>I would find it quite interesting if this could be turned into an algorithm suitable for real time sound synthesis in a VSTI and such.

do you understand how to do that ?

Frankenstein needs a motor

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- Wed, 21 Aug 2019 16:40:16 EST JQda6AyJ No.79547
File: 1566420016760.jpg -(86174B / 84.15KB, 750x563) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Frankenstein needs a motor
That produces as much or more torque and has at least as much dynamic control as an 120 AV personal massager for female masturbation. The idea isn't actually to target the clitoris specifically as other grinders have discovered as the entire penis and forward pelvis can serve as a vibrator if done properly.

The problem is the intensity, I want to achieve the same amount of penetrating vibratory force as the machine, but since the volume of the surface that is vibrating is different, depending on the motor position a precise copy of the other motor may not be the right choice.

Essentially, you just have to make sure you can still get erect. According to another grinder who did this, it's actually quite pleasurable for the dude to turn it on as well as the woman.

The issue is putting any kind of 120v circuit in an implant is pretty much absurd but I want to test the limits of what can be. The motor is a "The motor SN3658–220-GHSF is a 6600 RPM, high voltage brush motor made by Igarashi Motors USA." I think the motor voltage is actually a bit higher like 170v.

So.. we have a willing guinea pig, and I know of a piercer who will put inside me, and I know I'll need medical grade bioinert titanium as well as sterile silicone. The other big problem is where to put the battery, but it can actually be located elsewhere as long as a wire can be run to it, but that also seems annoying.

I'm going to try to run up some basic ratios on motor torque vs battery life vs the kind of inductive charging PCB stuff you can get off shelf. The easiest part is the remote, which can probably just be made using an android integration kit for DIY electronics from amazon.
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Walter Mandlepot - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 12:25:49 EST dMB264Ep No.79596 Reply
>>79570

ded

probably from something stupid like blood-poisoning
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TRYPTO - Mon, 30 Sep 2019 22:50:08 EST 3N1MYSJB No.79597 Reply
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Thist is the second dick fatality on 420chan this year. Remember there was the dude with the dickbox on /b/? His dick got stomped on, then infected and now he's dead. Then there's this vibro dick dude. he's clearly dead.

That's wild. Two dick deaths in like 3 months.

guys guys

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- Sun, 25 Aug 2019 06:19:39 EST V+dVnopD No.79564
File: 1566728379724.jpg -(17123B / 16.72KB, 450x291) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. guys guys
so let's make a conscious computer
let's do it by modeling the lexical decision making part on the forebrain and the lowe rparts on input (like raw text input or other input) from the internet
but here's the thing, we have to make sure, however we make my artificial human dude, we have a way to artificially get him stoned, otherwise it's not ethical

Living past 122.

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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 16:35:39 EST MjqcGRw1 No.79486
File: 1562704539144.jpg -(127598B / 124.61KB, 1280x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Living past 122.
So far, humanity's all time high score for living is 122 years and 164 days.
That's using the old fashion technique of health, wealth and happiness.

What I want to know is, if we cheated nature a bit with current or future technology, how long could we live?
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James Chirringfoot - Thu, 26 Sep 2019 10:34:54 EST W+fNKKVr No.79592 Reply
>>79580
Holy shit, i didn't now that? Sure that obesity isn't a cause? It seems so likely when i see all them whales wobling around
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Beatrice Denkinshaw - Thu, 26 Sep 2019 12:04:23 EST cbqxINXZ No.79593 Reply
>>79592
Well, sometimes fat people hate themselves for being fat, which can lead to drugs (OD) and depression (suicide).
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 03:19:46 EST uEs3Hpo/ No.79615 Reply
>>79579
>>79587
Wtf my diet consists of home cooked meals made with organic and grass fed ingredients and all that shit, either grown in the garden or bought from local co-ops. I also walk daily. Plus i'm not an alcoholic, I don't even drink much really.

Unfortunately i'll actually probably die super ugly due to mouth cancer from non-stop cigar and pipe smoking. Shame it can't be prevented.

Asking a question

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- Tue, 17 Sep 2019 18:16:03 EST dG+H9zcd No.79583
File: 1568758563262.jpg -(134888B / 131.73KB, 1784x742) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Asking a question
I've been struggling with this problem I need help
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Martin Crushwud - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 12:14:10 EST abJXhD+B No.79589 Reply
The variable x assumes an infinite number of values

The decimal can always grow larger. Into infinity
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George Gellernot - Tue, 24 Sep 2019 16:07:36 EST dG+H9zcd No.79590 Reply
The answer was infinity
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Sidney Febblefidge - Wed, 25 Sep 2019 02:27:21 EST avSo+fuz No.79591 Reply
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this thread is euclidian flat earther bullshit

Home-made Dynamite / Making A Bomb

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- Wed, 11 Apr 2018 03:23:05 EST ynVJ73wC No.79055
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Hypothetically speaking, I am curious
Having rewatched Fight Club recently what with the home-made dynamite there
How would /chem/ recommend making a bomb, hypothetically speaking?
Asking for a friend. Like, not a huge bomb, but, you know.
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Bombastus !uYErosQbLM!!Mybq1UbK - Tue, 04 Jun 2019 14:26:43 EST taPIkFWF No.79443 Reply
>>79440
honestly if you need me to tell you that nitric acid is required for safe pyrotechnics, then you probably didn't plan to survive in the first place.............

Phenylethylamine (PEA) to Amphetamine

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- Fri, 27 May 2016 23:24:35 EST ccTkU6G9 No.77916
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Will this actually work?

http://pastebin.com/yk9vUHCF

Phenylethylamine (PEA) to Amphetamine :) PURE

  1. Add an OH group. Dissolve your PEA in warm ethanol (alcohol). Grain would work, i use hand sanitizer (after salted out of course). No boil off that ethanol on about 180F. Can go up to almost 300F if you want to speed it up.

2. Scrape the remaining white powder off the pan. Place in a mix of white vinegar and warm ethanol. Let it dissolve. Now boil this shit off on same temp. Now you have a Ketone aka ====O. Next you're going to methylate this and have Amphetamine.

3. Scrape this powder off pan, place in a VERY small mixture of methanol and acetone (1mL per gram). Shake it. It should react ithin 2 minutes. Now filter this and let it dry. You just fucking made pure Amphetamine. Go give some to your friends. Take some too. Keep a big stash. Sell a bit even.
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Nicholas Crarringchag - Thu, 16 Jun 2016 00:29:04 EST qwgyiW+Y No.77971 Reply
>Now you have a Ketone aka ====O
thanks OP this really breaks it down for ya

just put in my order for 5kg of PEA
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Walter Binnerdodge - Mon, 20 Jun 2016 17:53:45 EST A4nip1Ns No.77982 Reply
>>77916
I would take your PEA, throw in a base and some methyl chloride and pray to god things work.
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Jim - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 04:58:03 EST swebEcb2 No.79581 Reply
>>77916
PEA has strong base properties so the OH as a solvent to completely disolve the PEA would very possibly yield an acetylated PEA and if i am not mistaken asprin also works to acetylate compounds(DEA Microgram) and and im pretty sure a methyl group can replace an acetyl group the acetone methonol keeps the PEA(post acetylation) from becomming solute.... i think this simple reacton would make alpha-methy; phenylethylamine acetate, maybe react with a tiny bit of muritac to yeild the HCL

I don't understand the problem in making sustainable fusion happen

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- Tue, 23 Apr 2019 11:30:45 EST LIARuhXT No.79377
File: 1556033445586.gif -(2481121B / 2.37MB, 480x303) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I don't understand the problem in making sustainable fusion happen
Explain it to me a lay person.
The issue is they don't have enough energy to:
A) Create and sustain a reaction long enough
B) Also power the containment of the whole reaction at the same time
C) Generate this whole reaction not at some massive net loss of energy.

Maybe I'm stupid or over simplifying this. Why not hook one of these big fancy Chinese reactors directly to say a gigantic hydroelectric dam (or other renewable resources) that more or less generates infinite huge amounts of energy and use those to power reactors?

Pretty stoned.
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Hugh Tillingstone - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 16:34:50 EST zCQgmjjm No.79563 Reply
>>79559
Regarding a "hydro" power "battery"
It's feasible to think about a torridal container in which a superfluid slushes around friction-less. If the walls of the container are strong enough the momentum, or speed of the superfluid could be increased by arbitrary amounts.

Where it breaks down is of course we know of no superfluid that remains stable without constant cooling and no materials to build the container out of.
Furthermore every conceivable method of extracting or putting in energy from/into the fluid will have losses.
But I suppose if we can use superconductors all over the process those losses would just amount to imperfections and quantum fluctuations.

The question in OP while interesting doesn't make sense to me without some creative interpretations.
Also congrats OP of being able to continue your stoned train of thought at a later date, I'm jealous.
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James Randi - Tue, 27 Aug 2019 07:06:59 EST REIva1py No.79567 Reply
>>79563
Thanks, I feel like I learned something.

Thats why I love this site, I can have a stoned thought and follow it here for a fucking year.

Cybersecurity Youtube

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- Mon, 26 Aug 2019 23:18:05 EST TiALbS4B No.79566
File: 1566875885337.gif -(4538245B / 4.33MB, 350x420) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Cybersecurity Youtube
sup /stem/

looking for good youtube channels for background listening- but not like tutorials. like news roundup, or modern topic discussion. just wanna be up to date while i study the basics.

thanks yall


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