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  1. So are smartphones opposed by religions the world over? Because I could see payment options moving in that direction over the next decade.

     

    Or heck, credit cards. Are those going to spark a religious war?

     

    No because you have a choice about wether or not you use a smartphone. But a dictator could force you to have a biochip. So the government could know where you are at all times etc. Can you imagine how bad a dictatorship would be if you were injected with a biochip at birth and you were killed or imprisioned if you didn't have one?

  2. Biochips are not considered religiously acceptable by whom? Which of the world's religions, or religious denominations have specifically or implicitly said this?

     

    What makes you think the use of biochips would spark a religious war? Please provide evidence, not opinion to justify this assertion.

     

    More pertinently, are you a Luddite? If not, how do you justify urging us to abandon such technology?

    Preety much the entirity of christianity and older religions and muslims.

  3. Laptops don't make great host servers most of the time. It is far easier to replace the monitor on a desktop. Most desktop's have lan ports for static ip many laptops dont. If a desktop doesn't have a lan port you can buy a cheap network card.

  4. Franz Ferdinand (18 December 1863 – 28 June 1914) was an Archduke of Austria-Este, Austro-Hungarian and Royal Prince of Hungary and of Bohemia, and from 1889 until his death, heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne.[1]

    His assassination in Sarajevo precipitated Austria-Hungary's declaration of war against Serbia. This caused the Central Powers (including Germany and Austria-Hungary) and the Allies of World War I (countries allied with Serbia or Serbia's allies) to declare war on each other, starting World War I.[2][3][4]

  5. You know what's just as scientific that the images are on a computer screen and have been sent around the planet to your computer. That the image doesn't lose resolution from being sent from one computer to other. That you are even able to see that image at all is amazing in itself.That people took the care to create algorithms that keep track of each and every pixel. Then there's the fact that somebody took the care to preserve those images all these years and take a photo of the image in a manner that didn't damage it. More to the point how does that camera work? is it a perticular type of camera and if so what type? How is that image stored on that camera?

  6. 0 binary strings are electrical how that binary string is interpreted is arbitary. Say for instance I have 3 leds and 3 switches and the octal 010 meaning the middle switch is on. Given no circuitry in between you have no idea if I have lit any or all of the leds. If I change the circuit I can change which led I light while leaving the middle switch on. Perhaps I should expand this the hamming distance between "toned" and "roses" is three. However as binary they could be both "000,001,010,011,100" being read by two different machines. So one machine outputs "toned" the other "roses" but between "000,001,010,011,100" and "000,001,010,011,100" there is a hamming distance of zero because it's always the same

  7. I have a question. Why do we need the rieman function? computers seem to easily be able to compute the distribution of primes accurately. What would be the point in proving or disproving math about primes that may not necessarily be true. When there is already an alternate way of doing so using computers. Ps I dont think I had an account created here before but apparently I did.

    See apparently a lie was going around about prime numbers and internet security but prime numbers have nothing to do with internet security no bank uses prime numbers in their encryption algorithms contrary to the numbers tvshow. So why would computing primes not be completely useless.

     

    @echo off
    echo 2
    echo 3
    echo 2 > primenos.txt
    echo 3 >> primenos.txt
    set current=3

    :numbercalc
    set tim=3
    set /a max=%current%/5

    :try
    set /a t=%current%/%tim%
    set /a u=%t%*%tim%
    if %u% EQU %current% goto noprime
    set /a tim+=2
    if %tim% GTR %max% goto endtry
    goto try

    :endtry
    echo %current%
    echo %current% >> primenos.txt

    :noprime
    set /a current+=2
    if %current% GTR 100000 goto end
    goto numbercalc

    :end
    pause

  8. nobody can use my formulas or my fractal formula

     

    and this copyright lasts for the next ten years even if you take this down

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