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Is the Open Insulin Project a meme?

http://openinsulin.org/

One of my friends has type 1 diabetes. Fortunately we live in Europe so he doesn't have to pay anything for his insulin, but I know this is different in other countries.
I wish there was a way for people to make their own insulin at home.
Is it even possible with the current state of tech?
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>>71591349
>you can't foster a culture that encourages good breeding without the government forcing it!
Its kind of amazing that you retards actually live and breathe without help.
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>>71591387
Go ahead and do it then if you don't need the government's help
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>>71590810
I'm ok with tech to modify existing humans or genetically modifying new ones to make superpeople.
Not ok with forced sterilization.
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>>71591337
>The options literally are eugenic outcome, or dysgenic outcome
and neither of those are the gubmint's business
private medical companies educating parents on issues relating to their genetics is one thing, compulsory sterilization and state-enforced birth rates is what is wrong, you shitbrained poltard

>>71591243
the only problem i have with the state of the world is that parents could have even more freedom in deciding whether they should have children
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>>71591387

I never said you couldn't. YOU were the one who said you wanted *compulsory* sterilization. You are free to try to change the culture as you see fit. I doubt you would succeed much in, say, the US, as we tend to follow a guilt-based, rather than shame-based method of social control.

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Is anyone seriously working on transhumanism? Or is it basically a meme?
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>>71591365
unironically this
7nm isn't too big to put in your head it's just CPUs right now are too big and inefficient
once we get CPUs working more efficiently and we need less transistors therefore making the chip smaller then it wont really matter about moore's law nor does moore's law really matter in general because his time scale was rather arbitrary
we could have a major breakthrough anytime now that would lead us to jumping and skipping all over that estimated timeline
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>>71591469
You don't need a strong cpu. As long as it can stream 5g cancer into your head.
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>>71585440
its a meme that people are seriously working on
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>>71591469
kek you Transhumanistfags are coping so hard
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>>71591491
aren't you hot under that tinfoil hat?

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now i think we all knew that google is a terrible thing. we all knew that google was attempting to become a unilateral tyranny of narrative and control what everyone believes through the use of the most advanced technological apparatus ever made, in order to tell perfect lies individualized to each individual.

but now that the veritas espionage group has confirmed that google is deliberately and consciously attempting to remove everyones ability to know whats true or not by controlling all information with algorithms, what do we do in order to delete google, or at least break it up into weaker components?
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>>71591081
Google is a surveillance company abusing people's attention in a drive for market conquest. They are not pro consumer or pro human. Just because they have nominal lefties at the helm does not make them harmless.
Fuck Putin, fuck Trump, and fuck Google. The only good news is that they're now fighting one another.
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>>71588844
>there was no 4chan in the era of TV

Bavarian beerhalls want to have a word with you.
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>>71587097
Blow it up.
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Google execs should be tried and executed for espionage.
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>>71591516
Never gonna happen. They flipped state in '09. They're cosigned.

>Veritas comes out with internal google documents and whistleblowers
>documents are an official stamp legitimizing what were theories, or fleeting "common sense" up till now, as tangible fact
>they are not a search engine, they are engaging in social engineering and social programming
>they are manipulating news, articles, and sources to satisfy their personal truth and narrative as opposed to the pure truth, meaning they've broken all the tenants and have become a political entity
>if the real truth doesn't satisfy the intended narrative, it will be sidelined and corrupted "for the greater good"
>corporate fascism put on spotlight
>both Democratic and Republican representatives are now having a bipartisan moment of aiming their edges on Google
>Google is now the "Russia"
THINGS GONNA GET GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING YEARS LADS, POP OUT THE POPCORN
https://www.bitchute.com/video/re9Xp6cdkro/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNcjX3-Ldj0
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>>71585575
So does this somehow cancel out what the Google cunt was talking about?

No? OK then.
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>>71585716
They release all the raw uncut footage on their web site actually.
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>>71591119
Yandex or searx.me.
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>>71591340
Then I have no complaints.
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>>71591316
Shoo shoo shill.

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WHY THE FUCK DOES EVERY EMAIL PROVIDER IS ASKING YOUR PHONE NUMBER FOR REGISTRATION FOR FUCKS SAKES REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE IM GONNA FUCK A BITCH UP
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>>71588750
https://cock.li doesn't have this problem.
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>>71588750
So you can use text/call to recover the account if you forget the password.
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when will phone numbers be eliminated? Why can't I have a google/facebook number that people call to contact me.
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>>71591369
Phones are already technically unnecessary as people can call using their data bundle. Using programs like whatsapp. But old habits don't die fast.
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>>71590864

If you attempt to create a new one right now on either service you won't get it done without a number.

>the absolute state of GNUshit
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>>71588287
Want to know what worse than that? It takes three lines to rewrite cat in haskell.
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>>71589536
Gee I sure appreciate saving one nanosecond every time I use a program who's only purpose is to concatenate files and send them to stdout
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>>71588287
GNU was always shit, I don't know why people are discovering that now.
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Honestly why DOES gnu need all that spaghetti to work?
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>>71590780
As someone said before, they do all that shit to improve the performance of the tool. But when that "performance improvement" is something like one nanosecond in even ancient hardware, it makes no sense to have all that.

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>tfw there's a heatwave and I'm using a Pooga 56
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>>71586130
Netherlands, living in a container with temps around 34° inside. Using a Dell XPS 15 9570 which runs at 50° idle and 70° to 90° whilst browsing.
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>>71589717
I'm in Europe and it's 34°C where I live
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>>71590572
>living in a container
Wait. What?
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dumb frogposter
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>>71590572
Dude I also live in the Netherlands in a container like structure, and the Temps are obviously similar. In which part of the country do you live?

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Where can I get my consumerist meme garbage. I need this toy junk dust collector.

Mr scissors man finally released his pi 4 in the same form factor
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>>71587698
Christopher Barnett from explainingcomputers.com. He's still got the old style of the classic nerd look so ya.
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>>71587969
Thanks anon ur a champ. I will buy some
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>>71587698
Oi, make me bring in, Stanley the knife, mate.
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>>71587698
That's how ALL computer nerds looked in 1980-2005
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rPi 4 has the shills ABSOLUTELY SEETHING itt

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Why should i learn Abstract Algebra?
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>>71590881
Take a circle radius 1 meter, bring string around. Straighten string.
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>>71590964
bro, you know what string is made of right? that stuff is discrete. while you need a continuous string (pretty much the real line) to get EXACTLY pi, you will never get to pi because string is made of discrete matter.
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>>71590999
Well you can't have "exactly" anything because of limits of physics.

Or how about you take a cylinder radius 1 meter. Make a mark on it. Roll it along plank. Cut at both spots where the mark touches.
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>>71591026
>Well you can't have "exactly" anything because of limits of physics.
>thatsthepoint.png

hence the real numbers aren't real
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Learn math to not let your brain rot. Especially if you think you are bad at math, it will reinforce your brain and you will have a healthier life. I used to be almost retarded and now I'm only half retarded.

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Uh oh spaghettio
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>>71591180
Only on older games and games with 5 year old game engines on DX11 or a shitty DX12 wrapper.
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>>71591211
>The competition can't compete.
/thread
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>>71588994
cross platform/architecture comparison using geekbench is useless, learn how it works.
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>>71588994
Exactly, we can all agree Geekbench is a fucking sorry of an excuse of a benchmark.
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>>71589113
>telling clock speed from performance
Watch this, pleb.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFgxAFdxYAQ
Already a bit dated, but you should get the basic idea.

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Are you even trying to imply that javascript isn't the best programming language known to man?
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That has been well established for a long while now
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>>71591334
A thread died for this.

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just when we thought we were free they pull us back in
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>>71591206
Dios mio!
>El Chapuzas
>Mejor a menor
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Well that explains why AMD focused so heavily on ddr4 support.
Getting 5,000mhz support was kinda redflag for me.
That fast ram is required to offset high latency.
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>>71591412
3733Mhz DDR4 won't be too expensive once you facor in the overall costs. At that speed Infinity Fabric will be running at 1 to 1 which is optimal. Wait for benchmarks.
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>>71591412
A brainlet from /v/ who doesn't understand how RAM latency works appears!
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>>71591442
>factor in

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waiting for the Mi A3 edition

If requesting purchasing advice, please provide your country and what carrier you will be using it with, along with wanted features, budget, and size.

Good Resources:
>Reviews, Specs, Comparisons
http://www.gsmarena.com
http://www.phonearena.com
http://www.kimovil.com

>Frequency Checker
https://kimovil.com/en/frequency-checker
https://www.frequencycheck.com
http://willmyphonework.net


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>>71590590
Note 7
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well my J7 finally died
whats a nice sub $200 USD phone that can run pretty much any apk Android does while not being filled with google shit? Preferably on the larger side as I have 9 inch long hands, but not necessary.
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>730
>amoled
>real 48mp

redmi note 7 owners are about to get btfo, not even 6 months after release
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Got my Moto Z4 in yesterday. Seems good so far. AMOLED screen can get retardedly bright if I turn it up all the way and everything is running smooth as butter. Its shape is a little long compared to what I'm used to but I'm sure I'll adjust.

Makes me glad I cheaped out and bought a $250 phone instead of a flagship. Would recommend if you're stuck on Verizon and looking for a cheap phone.
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>>71591256
What phone is that?

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Bless this fucking program, bless it.
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>>71556008
Why would I download youtube videos when I literally have access to the internet everywhere?
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>>71556008
Why in the world would you want to download a youtube video?
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>>71583714
4k is free? I pay nothing?
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>>71590525
so is YT-dl, and actually free like free beer
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>>71589328
Because Mr zoomer, things tend tend to disappear from sites like YouTube nowadays

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OpenBSD is a free and open-source, security-focused, Unix-like operating system.

*Please remember that this thread is not meant to be a discussion about Linux vs OpenBSD*

FAQ:
>How do I get started?
-https://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq4.html

>What are the available graphics drivers?
-amdgpu(4): AMD Radeon GPUs using the amdgpu kernel driver (not enabled by default yet, still Work-In-Progress)
-intel(4): Intel integrated graphics chipsets
-radeon(4): ATI/AMD Radeon video driver
-efifb(4): EFI frame buffer
-vesa(4): Generic VESA video driver


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>>71590595
Based and redpilled.
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>>71581855
what i need to replace in my system to get openbsd running
specs:
amd athlon fx 8320
nvidia gt630
16gb ram
gigabyte ga -78lmt-usb3 motherboard
wd blue 1tb hd
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>>71590748
You have an Nvidia card, which will not work with OpenBSD.
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>>71590769
what used amd card you recommend for under 30$
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>>71591249

Products using "Northern Islands," "Southern Islands," or "Sea Islands" graphics cores.
AMD Radeon 5000 series
Earlier AMD and ATI models are expected to work as well.


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