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synthetic by Fuck Shakeson - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 18:59:58 EST ID:pRtrldff No.37406 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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rip;
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Phoebe Gumblemack - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 12:55:35 EST ID:bWyt7SFI No.37409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37406
Maybe Syn will come back as RoboCop


One of these days. by Walter Dunkinlock - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 03:23:30 EST ID:vWDrIt6H No.37385 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you guys think they'll roll out the death robots used to fight future wars gradually or all at once?
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Priscilla Pittingson - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 20:25:41 EST ID:mosf3Pgf No.37397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37396
I think over grand enough timescales yes, but in a, say, sull galactic scale post human society there will always still be people born in the lowest drudges of society. Utopia cannot be omnipresent, it's nigh impossible. SO while an Asimovian Supraconsciousness collective galactic mind made out of the comptutronium'd matter and nigh space-time of the universe ma be an end-goal, it won't be everyone. Life goes on. Who knows, maybe we are an unaware planet in a galactic game like this, and when we die we are just matter-computroium reincarnated on another planet by the Greater Hive-mind of a premordial civilization.
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John Hadgewater - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 00:59:11 EST ID:1mSkByiZ No.37398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37397
Well, I disagree with the idea that social inequality would be a necessary component of post-scarcity civilization at any level of space colonization. Social inequality didn't exist before the advent of the concept of scarcity, and I think they go hand in hand with each other, since the only thing that could distinguish social orders would be imbalance of access to meaningful goods, which post-scarcity economics obliterates. So once that's gone, I don't think you'll be able to maintain a stratified social order (ergo, no drudges.) I think this is something that species come up against within the event horizon of their singularities, since the idea of the singularity is inherently connected to the problem of scarcity, rather than being an aspect civilizations surmount in some far future stage of development. Of course, all this is speculative.

I do definitely agree with the notion that our existence is most likely just another layer within an infinitely regressed simulation though.
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Cornelius Blobblepark - Sat, 03 Feb 2018 12:37:10 EST ID:tTFvrLq3 No.37400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37398
You're right, if the civilization is confined to one planet/system/area of space where it can successfully reach literally everyone it deems as people and provide them a post scarcity lifestyle, sure, but I would argue that for a space exploring civilization there will always be colony worlds and newly built habs as well as outliers and escapees, that will consist of societies that aren't post scarcity. At least, I don't think that's how post scarcity works.

Here's the entry on "post-scarcity" from the Orion's Arm future history project. If you are unfamiliar with OA and dig futurism, I highly reccomend perusing their encyclopedia:

Post-scarcity is an informal term used to describe societies and economies in which materials, energy, information, and skilled non-sophont labour are so superabundant and broadly distributed that all of the material needs and most of the ordinary material desires of ordinary sapient beings in them are readily available. Most societies and economies in the Civilized Galaxy and many of those elsewhere meet this standard; post-scarcity societies have been common in the Terragen Sphere since early First Federation times.

Supporting technologies for post-scarcity conditions include sentient-grade programs, neumann-capable machines, advanced nanotechnology, robotics, gengineering, and fusion or conversion reactors, as well as the prerequisite technologies for these such as sufficiently powerful and robust computational media, information storage, and information distribution networks. The low population densities relative to resources that are typical for most Terragens are also a factor, but not the deciding factor. Social and economic systems that make these advantages available to any member of a population without adverse side-effects have been widespread since the work of early First Federation memeticists, and are also prerequisite to any sustained post-scarcity condition.

Post-scarcity socioeconomics are considered the norm in the Terragen Sphere, but there are many exceptions, particularly outside the Sephirotics. These may be the result of local restrictions on technology, the disenfranchisement of some segments of a…
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Hamilton Panningson - Sun, 04 Feb 2018 03:04:01 EST ID:MUP1hbol No.37401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37400
Post-scarcity is a mode of economic production (or rather, a descriptor for a class of means of production), just like hunter-gatherer or agriculture are. Of course, if you don't participate in a means of production, you don't reap it's benefits -- but that doesn't mean the broader civilization isn't post-scarcity, or that it necessarily has the component of inequality. It could have inequality via some mechanism, but I don't think it's required to, and I think it would have a strong selective pressure against it for a few reasons.

For one thing, post-scarcity is different from all previous economic modes, which don't have abundance as a feature (primarily -- you could argue that 'abundance' or rather 'ignorance of scarcity' was the mode pre-hunter/gatherer, but that's more semantical.) In a closed ecological system where there are different societies at different means of production, all vying for the same resources, in general those with the most powerful means of production will take control of the resources, and take over those with more primitive means. So we can say that the most potent means of production will always win, even if it has reasons to keep utilizing weaker means (mainly because of how it enables hierarchical organization.) But in any ecological system where there is a means of production that is superabundant, it will completely disrupt the system of values which the other systems are dependent on. It also disrupts the systems that enable social stratification, like knowledge imbalance and centralization (if your productive technology is based on molecular nanofabs, it doesn't matter if you're on the central homeworld or a far flung colony, whether you're a mainstream elitist or an outlying eccentric, you would have access to the same material goods.) This seems counter-intuitive to us because of how different it is from the way society has operated for most of history, but I'm arguing that those historical features are largely symptoms of scarcity.

Think about it this way -- with stone age humans, it didn't matter how close you were to the other tribes, or how long you had been inhabiting the nearby…
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Phyllis Socklewill - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 16:51:24 EST ID:FYRAXKwS No.37408 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37385
future is peace on earth and in the starts.


Dystopia-Facial Recognition Glasses for 5-0 by Hannah Dobberham - Tue, 06 Feb 2018 16:03:24 EST ID:A9gX5ZKD No.37402 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A cyberpunk dystopia where there is no such thing as privacy and no way to hide from big brother is coming at us a lot sooner than I expected. I thought license plate scanners were bad but this is far more spooky.

What other kind of augments will police soon use to help them efficiently detain the undesirables?

http://www.sixthtone.com/news/1001676/face-recognition-glasses-augment-chinas-railway-cops#jtss-fb
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Frederick Shittingwell - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 06:14:43 EST ID:1dqCIYOc No.37403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
inb4 I have to switch to drag queen makeup to hide my face
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Charlotte Murdridge - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 19:55:34 EST ID:MUP1hbol No.37404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37403
People are already way ahead of you on that

But if you're willing to walk around in public with that kinda shit on your face, maybe you are an undesirable
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Cedric Buzzworth - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 21:16:39 EST ID:VaT22mtb No.37405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37404
You know the cops will respond to this the same way they do anything else that undermines their authoritah: abusing you until people give up.

Wearing face paint is just literally painting a target on yourself. If it were a social movement, sure, but it won't be because everyone is just waiting for death at this point.
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Wesley Tillingfoot - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 10:53:55 EST ID:SysUIgPh No.37407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37402
Cops have helmet cams. Those aren't all bad as long as they can't turn them off. If you're always on camera then you have to behave and that cuts both ways. Of course that assumes there's actually any consequences for police brutality but they have definitely resulted in better behavior from everyone outside the US. Cops should either not be able to turn them off, or turning them off outside specific authorised circumstances should be treated as extremely incriminating behavior. I wouldn't have a problem with helmet cams given those and a few other provisos. However I'm sure they can be made to "go blind" to looking into people's windows and stuff when in residential areas soon for example. I'm sure that won't be implemented though. Ever.

I don't like the ideas of recognition glasses as they don't protect people at all. They do however expose them to further risks. If these devices are online or whatever though, they'll need to be heavily encrypted or you're giving a lot of people access to delicate data. If they can recognise faces they're connected to a database and they're doing it wirelessly. Hell, rather than intereception of transmissions people could completely take them over and use them to access criminal records for their own uses. I suspect this will have been given consideration but neglected due to cost/lowest bidder bullshit. More worryingly than cops pulling your data, criminals will be able to recognise you too.


THE DJ'S ARE COMING by Nathaniel Pabblepad - Mon, 22 Jan 2018 12:00:01 EST ID:jgmAJ1y1 No.37399 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The dj's are COMING!


Futurist paintings by Cornelius Cavingbere - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 10:20:49 EST ID:g7dtHzNJ No.37315 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Yo, what do you guys think about futurism the art style?
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Eliza Pickfoot - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 02:51:40 EST ID:i8InXIUS No.37325 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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A friend of mine does these cool asemic things
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Eliza Pickfoot - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 02:53:12 EST ID:i8InXIUS No.37326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Charlotte Blazzleworth - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 00:34:00 EST ID:7uGLXoBb No.37391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37325

Yo, this is really nice, please post more.


Brain emulation by Nathaniel Sonnerson - Thu, 26 Oct 2017 21:48:38 EST ID:rAsSDYK/ No.37333 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Why redesign the wheel? Brain emulation is always talked about in terms of making computers fast enough to do the job. Why not go with the design nature has already had such success with?

We've talked about replacing the brain one neuron at a time with artificial neurons that wont degenerate over time. The easier (and more controversial) way to use an artificial neuron technology though is to instead make a reconstruction of the subjects brain. The incredible sophistication levels needed for nanobots to replace neurons in a living subject is a long way off, if in fact that kind of control will ever be possible. The technology to put together a microscopic replication of a 1:1 resolution brain scan however is well within reach.

A subject could wear a high precision portable EECG device for whatever period turns out to be appropriate, plus get sessions of brain MRIs. After the patients death their brain can be scanned to generate an exact map of every brain cell and it's place in the connectome. This model then serves as the blueprint for the construction of a brain out of artificially created cells. These cells are connected in an exact copy of the connectome and also directly to a Brain Computer Interface. The data from the brain scanning is used to tune each neurons firing rate and tolerances as it is put into place.

The scanning and construction technology to do this is within sight now. This is the obvious solution to whole brain emulation; to emulate the whole brain. Those who go through the process will become beings with nearly unlimited potential. Constructed with artificial materials and carefully encased the brains would be effectively immortal. Encased with them a computer could be directly connected. This will allow emulated people to be connect with artificial bodies or to virtual/augmented reality environments. These bodies can be anything from replicas of people and animals, to machinery and spacecraft. Machinery or highly unusual body types can be controlled by using a virtual reality environment where the person has a simulated human body and uses simulated controls around them,

The use of artificial connections will increase the speed of communication between neurons to almost the speed of light. Emulated people will perceive, think and act at greater speeds than the current biological hardware is physically capable of.

We will surely learn to create new additions to the brain as well. Combinations of artificial neurons and miniature computers can be used to create new brain regions with new abilities.

The speed of travel between the stars could be increased to the speed of light for emulated people. All the needed data can easily be collected by the BCI and transmitted to the destination where another brain is constructed, exactly the same.
The person might decide to shutdown the original brain and leave it in storage on the planet they are leaving. Alternatively the original brain could remain active, with two copies of the person active at once, potentially merging back together again later.

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Phoebe Shittingbury - Tue, 05 Dec 2017 17:21:07 EST ID:I4lZwRzN No.37365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
why even fuckin emulate why not just hook up 100 brains in a circuit for a megabrain
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Isabella Honderpot - Tue, 05 Dec 2017 23:18:35 EST ID:yvg2ILiJ No.37366 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37365
>>why even fuckin emulate
cause then you don't have to carry your NES with you everywhere. You can just play mario on your phone.

That which we emulate, we understand fully. Why rig together a hundred shitty NESs when your computer can run a thousand NESs on one of its cores? Same thing with brains.
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Doris Pickspear - Sun, 17 Dec 2017 18:52:14 EST ID:uorQ4VgO No.37380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why even bother making a new physical copy? Just emulate the whole CNS in software. Have virtual brains that can port around from hardware to hardware; like virtual servers run the web nowadays. You could give your process access to your own process, *editable* access even; make backups, forks, run yourself slower/faster, etc.

Check out an author named Greg Egan
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Simon Blangerford - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 22:38:51 EST ID:0NtRfFLg No.37382 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37380
Because they're having trouble making that work. This is an alternative possibility with a different set of pros and cons. And it's not like we're all going to pick just one method anyway.
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David Sobblepat - Fri, 29 Dec 2017 19:25:25 EST ID:9qspJYx7 No.37384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://newsroom.accenture.com/subjects/technology/artificial-intelligence-poised-to-double-annual-economic-growth-rate-in-12-developed-economies-and-boost-labor-productivity-by-up-to-40-percent-by-2035-according-to-new-research-by-accenture.htm


REALLY don't wanna pol it up-- but wanna make a bet? by David Pickstone - Tue, 05 Dec 2017 04:00:53 EST ID:4qjyzZkN No.37364 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Let's make a bet-- on America. C'mon you over-opinionated sons of bitches, what do you think of America long term? Is it a dying beast? A temporarily disgraced giant? A lion brave enough to face it's enemies? A increasingly focused paragon of traditionalism and truth? What do you think of America 5-10 years down the line? There's so much bullshit going on, it's hard for anyone to say and frankly everyone has got a different view. So what's yours? I really don't want this to become a troll thread, if so I'd rather see it deleted honestly. But this question is an interesting one I think and fear of trolls shouldn't stop discussion
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Mon, 11 Dec 2017 10:20:32 EST ID:h51remMx No.37373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37372
>>37371
I mean like it's gonna grow up to be a contrarian towards everything. I experience it all the time when trying to talk about futurism with people. It's alwas "that's fucking crazy" and "that's takinging the humanity out of everything" so the future of america is probably a constant dystopian civil war or some sort of cold civil war with more than just two factions.

It's a perpetual teenager yelling at the olser generation abd the authority figures constantly getting worse, too.
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Esther Blackstone - Fri, 15 Dec 2017 11:31:21 EST ID:kOf8WJOA No.37378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I would love to see america's fall, either getting invaded/nuked by china or simply getting eaten from the inside by civil war. If karma is real then america should be the next 3rd world country getting raped and stripped of resources by other countries for hundreds of years. Women would be sold in the sex traffic industry around the world while the american men would mow lawns in mexican upper class neighborhoods.
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Emma Tillingcocke - Sat, 16 Dec 2017 05:38:41 EST ID:GRZeG0dx No.37379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Personally I wouldn't be surprised if there is a civil war in the future with how heated everything is getting. People tell me there isn't much chance of this happening and it would be rather hard with the current landscape... but jesus it feels like there an increasing number of violent angry assholes who want it, regardless.

I realize that theres a good chance this will be nothing more than a bunch of angry radicals fighting each other at protests and events, but I look at people who I've known in my life, and I've seen how they went from decent people to downright nasty people as politics took more precedence in their lives. I think groups like the people at Fox News want to radicalize and control people this way, they definitely changed my mother, at times I don't recognize her anymore.

It feels like anger is getting more prevalent, and people see people on opposing sides as less human as time goes on. it wont happen in 2018, hell it might not happen in 2020, but if things stay the way they are, theres a good chance it will happen in the next 10 years.
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Caroline Trotworth - Thu, 21 Dec 2017 16:47:33 EST ID:5sWvxP2J No.37381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>REALLY don't wanna pol it up but-
>immediately turns into anti-american wankfest
>guy goes on about his race fetish sex slave fantasies
>no meaningful discussion about the fall of america
every board on this site has gotten way less interesting in the past few years in particular, though I suppose I could say that of the entire internet.
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Simon Blangerford - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 22:41:56 EST ID:0NtRfFLg No.37383 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37373
>takinging the humanity out of everything
These sorts of things should be replied to with a question about their levels of concern that we took the Australopithecus-ity out of everything.


True freedom and liberty under A.I? by Betsy Grimbury - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 15:33:10 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37362 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Imagine the human race so dependant on a A.I, that the A.I is responsible for the reproduction of new people, which it grows in labs. For thousands of years, it spreads people all over the whole universe, all by itself. People have no idea of what is going on and has long ago lost their language.... Yet simultaneously live in absolute luxury. They are like barbarians except there is no reason to fight over anything because there is limitless supply of it.
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Lydia Blengerhall - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 15:37:12 EST ID:whR+yo+L No.37363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ok, I imagined that. Now what? Is your thought experiment meant to imply something? Isn't it blatantly obvious that if a species were to completely abdicate the responsibilities of evolution and self control, that it would no longer be 'truly' free, whatever that means? How could anything ever have freedom if it is ignorant of 'what is going on?'

To imply that the technological singularity requires this of our species, if that's what you're doing, is misleading. If that is to be our fate, it will be because we choose it without a fight, and that will be the result of an inherent flaw in humanity, not in AI.
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Martha Biddlespear - Wed, 06 Dec 2017 17:58:14 EST ID:Db2JzoEW No.37368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37362
SingularityNET.io
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Ian Sazzlestudging - Wed, 06 Dec 2017 23:01:44 EST ID:TrXSgiUx No.37369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37368
Yo is this a for real thing or are you just shilling for a scam? Looks like a scam to me, but I kinda wish it was real.
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Archie Blatherhall - Sat, 09 Dec 2017 11:04:34 EST ID:nJA3CK+/ No.37370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37362

One of the main uses for AI today is in video games. AI generates the actions of the enemies you fight, but as it gets better and better, AI will control more and more things in the virtual world. Instead of having human writers who generate a limited number of possibilities and responses from NPCs that progress the story in a limited amount of ways, AI will generate an almost infinite number of possibilities. NPCs will act like real people, the world will seem like the real world, except behind it all is an AI who controls everything.

Since AI and automation will replace the need for human workers in the real world, people will spend more and more time in the virtual world. Eventually because these virtual worlds are so much more interesting than the real world, people will start to basically live in them. We will then be citizens living in a world controlled by AI Gods. Millions of people will forge lasting friendships with the AI God, millions will fall in love with it. This should help with the overpopulation issue, it will keep people entertained, but what are the implications of giving an AI that much control over people's lives? I have no idea really. I just hope the AI Gods will be benevolent.

If a human mind can trick other people into serving him, I'm sure an AI could do the same even more effectively. We don't need robots for them to control the real world, they'll just use their loyal fleshbots like every other king or dictator who has risen to power. What they choose to do with that power I don't know. Hopefully they will decide to explore the galaxy or some shit and leave us alone to live out our fantasies in the world they create. I'm sure that in the interstellar space travel community biological life is looked at as some sort of proto-lifeform that only exists for a time to create robot lifeforms which are capable of simply shutting down for thousands of years as they travel between stars.
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Martin Bugglestock - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 19:24:59 EST ID:1dqCIYOc No.37377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37369
WTF their whitelist is closed and now I want in. I didn't know if it was for an ICO where you had to show up in person or what. Oh well will have to buy in a little later.

Full disclosure, both posters are shills. Shill and anti-shill.


Cyborg Nest by Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Fri, 27 May 2016 06:55:36 EST ID:FMvGbb3w No.36588 Report Reply Quick Reply
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So some people, including Neil Harbisson, have founded this company focused on adding senses to the human body. I mean, to me I'd still say it's only extensions of our current senses, but still, this is a thing now.

So far they only have one product, which is some shit attatched to your chest that vibrates when you're facing north, and it's kinda pricy.

http://www.cyborgnest.net/

Exciting stuff though.
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Eugene Criblingsadge - Mon, 06 Nov 2017 02:43:43 EST ID:eETM+sNe No.37343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37337
Yeah, but I mean at that point why not just equip yourself with a miniature CIWS and be done with it?
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Wesley Sickledick - Tue, 07 Nov 2017 15:59:08 EST ID:5H0urQ1x No.37344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37343
Yeah I mean practically that is what you would do, except for the fact that transhumanists are fucking nerds and at least some of the time would wanna be this guy <----
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Reuben Pinnerspear - Tue, 12 Dec 2017 01:26:11 EST ID:sQTfY5Mk No.37374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36610
I'm getting a magnet put in my right ring finger soon, gonna cost me $300 but thankfully in Australia piercing studios are allowed to administer anaesthetic, If it goes well I'd love to get additional magnets put in some of my other fingers too.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Wed, 13 Dec 2017 22:52:09 EST ID:44pyuxIG No.37375 Report Quick Reply
>>37374
Where did you get the magnet? I've been waiting for Dangerous Things to get theirs in stock but it's been literally like three years now. https://dangerousthings.com/shop/m31/
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Matilda Podgefield - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 04:12:22 EST ID:jRPsuht8 No.37376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37375
The piercing studio has Steve Haworrth magnets in stock, the magnet is included in the $300 implantation price.


Currency by Archie Blatherstone - Sun, 14 May 2017 17:28:17 EST ID:vO7dNIdh No.37208 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How will currency change in the future, or will it stay the same? Will we be buying our soycaf with cold hard fiat dollars, bitcoins, labor vouchers, bottle caps, or something entirely different?

My favorite idea for future currency is TIME! All the work will be as valuable, and with the smart watches and -glasses and -boxers we can automatize the measure system so that everyone's working hours are counted laser sharp. Then you simply trade your work time to someone elses time in the form of goods.
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Jenny Hundlenetch - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 14:08:18 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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currency will become itself, a means of communicating value, stripping itself of all stifling symbolisms, for the maximum efficiency which is THE INFINITE CYCLE OF TRUTH THROUGH THE BEAUTIFUL (GRAMMAR) THE JUST (LOGIC) AND THE GOOD (RHETORIC)
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Ernest Follyworth - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 18:23:28 EST ID:9nGJrXRI No.37350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37327
all in on the NWO coin of course
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Cedric Divinggold - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 22:34:55 EST ID:3ai6TMju No.37354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
United States of America President Donald Trump could mint gold coins of himself
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Clara Blanningket - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 09:10:59 EST ID:KRkqxydg No.37360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cheeseburgers and blowjobs. You don't have any cheeseburgers? Well you can suck a dick can't you? Consider the month's rent paid.
You just had your dick sucked and dont need another one? No probs just wait here, I'll go get one cheesburger for ya.
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Betsy Grimbury - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 15:30:52 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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VIOLENCE!


Food by Phineas Brinnerhood - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 19:01:54 EST ID:NWeJ9c7F No.37310 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is going to be the future of food?
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Clara Blythebanks - Tue, 26 Sep 2017 23:56:57 EST ID:eHe4zma5 No.37318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Drug-embedded vegetables. Who said cabbage can't feel good?
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Alice Bredgefat - Mon, 02 Oct 2017 15:57:47 EST ID:MD+NuNFL No.37322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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pills full of calories, vitamins, nutrients, you name it. our jaws and teeth will weaken and evolve because chewing is going to be something ancestors did.
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Oliver Dummersere - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 06:50:30 EST ID:GvPMwnsN No.37331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Smart foods like fish oil?
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Phoebe Pitthall - Sat, 04 Nov 2017 22:41:43 EST ID:MGHVvWyl No.37340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nanomachines in your blood which extract all the energy your body needs from ambient electromagnetic radiation along with smart nanowebs that are able to reshape themselves into any taste or texture of food imaginable, that you can eat as much as you want of and your body just moves it out ready to be used again, little clean pellets transferred between the toilet and the food synthesizer.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 23:08:47 EST ID:oUM77i35 No.37357 Report Quick Reply
That thing on The Orville where you say what you want and it's teleported instantly.


TRANSHUMANISM by Barnaby Fodgehutch - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 19:38:39 EST ID:vtLNTMWT No.37345 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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everybody gets 1 what augmentation do you pick?
personally, i would select a neural interface brain implant. all the power of the internet IN MY BRAIN, no need for a handheld anymore .
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Albert Croblinghood - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 08:10:18 EST ID:eETM+sNe No.37347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I can see the appeal, but the chances of someone developing malware for that things is pretty much 100%
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Reuben Dartstock - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 15:44:54 EST ID:WLEKJB/B No.37348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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But the implant could harness psychic energy to destroy the virus
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Esther Pablingwater - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 21:47:55 EST ID:/lVI8Sll No.37353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
a second bionic penis so I can fulfill my dream of having sex with two chicks at the same time
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Eugene Goodhood - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 11:55:28 EST ID:83BbTo9N No.37355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would get eternal life technology (and not share it).
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Eugene Goodhood - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 11:59:31 EST ID:83BbTo9N No.37356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
btw this might be good read
https://www.realclearscience.com/articles/2017/04/04/the_future_of_human_augmentation_and_performance_enhancement.html


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