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Hidden and withheld technology

Russia Bernd 2023-08-13 13:17:38 ⋅ 1mn
No. 282971
What do you think about the teory, that governments and corporations have more advanced technology that they don't reveal? I remember one shizo saying to me, that governments had Image generation and voice generation technology for decades and only now we get imagen, because governments and certain corporations just reveal what they had in their possession for decades, only revealing it now because they have even more advanced examples at their disposal Lets talk about why is it possible or not possible. As a proof i present this video of a walking robot from Boston dynamics which is 10 years old, they had this tech for humanoid robots long time ago, but at some point made it secret, possibly because they got involved with the millitary
United States Bernd 2023-08-13 15:59:34 ⋅ 1mn No. 282988
I read The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time and found the Truthism web site sometime in 2006 or 2007 and simply assumed that anything, everything is possible and is, in fact, very true, real, and available in the present. I told myself something to the effect of: "assume everything to be possible, true, and real and work my way from there." This may have contributed to my progressing mental illness eventually resulting in full-blown psychosis by 2019.
Finland Bernd 2023-08-13 17:51:01 ⋅ 1mn No. 283002
Idk about that but there is a lot of potentially revolutionary technology that has been cast out of the public eye and that hardly anyone knows about Eg: -The paralysis cure that was achieved with Darek Fidyka in 2014 using stem cells taken from his nose -DRACO antivirals, an antiviral drug technology that has the same potential to wipe out all viral disease as has been achieved with antibiotics vs bacterial disease -LK99 will soon be forgotten and people will start to pretend it was just a hoax
Russia Bernd 2023-09-18 13:54:00 ⋅ 1w No. 288380
>>283002 LK99 was already forgotten, really strange. When it was in the news, there were isolated mentions of similar technology ideas appearing in the past and vanishing without trace You'd think Koreans who had a chunk of this material would run aplenty of demonstrations
Finland Bernd 2023-09-18 15:12:06 ⋅ 1w No. 288386
>>288380 This was not yet clear a month ago when I made that post. Them Goreans did bost experiments supposedly demonstrating LK99's superconductivity but they were mistaken about the reason why the material demonstrated the behavior that it did. They also bosted instructions for manufacturing the material, which many did, and they also bosted an article or two explaining the supposed mechanism behind the superconductivity. It was not a hoax, it was just a mistake that a bunch of scientists made. As for the other things I mentioned, those things actually do work and have been experimentally verified


Brazil Bernd 2023-09-08 05:42:36 ⋅ 2w
No. 286962
Hey berndz, i've been using this censorshipped metadata spy named chrome for a long time But now i want to change to a more anon web browser, so... >Wich web browser do you use, why and wich one do you suggest to me? I've been thinking DuckDuckGo can be an option but i'm not sure at all, i haven't checked out all the options yet, remember the main priority is to keep my privacity safe from glowies and potential attackers
Netherlands Bernd 2023-09-08 06:37:49 ⋅ 2w No. 286963
>>286962 Web browser and search engine are different things... For search I use some public Searx instances (it's backed by the same engines like Google etc. but at least isn't sharing your data with them and doesn't track you). As for browsers, Firefox is fine (and the only non-Chromium browser which doesn't fail to render 90% websites I'm afraid).
Mexico Bernd 2023-09-08 09:18:41 ⋅ 2w No. 286967
Ive noticed that qwant and duckyducky gogo give diferent results comparing those more intrusive browsers. I think that worst web spiders is a price alternative browsers have to pay. I dont now of what im spesking.

Russia Bernd 2022-06-07 12:25:58 ⋅ 1y No. 163451
Have you tried talking to AI before? You can feed it some sexual stories and it will try to finish your thought
Peru Bernd 2022-08-13 19:50:22 ⋅ 1y No. 217542
>>163451 Bump.
Iran Bernd 2022-09-24 22:08:02 ⋅ 1y No. 227254
>>227094 Good AI, fair criticism
Ukraine Bernd 2022-10-17 11:30:37 ⋅ 11mn No. 233692
Russia Bernd 2023-08-10 10:33:12 ⋅ 1mn No. 282441
Animating some of my old images with

United States Bernd 2023-08-09 07:20:10 ⋅ 1mn No. 282293
Hurricane Electric is censoring the Internet (Update Aug-8 DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT NULL/JOSH. The AGO has confirmed it has received complaints from Incognet and Crunchbits and that the complaints fall under the scope of their office. I am filing mine this week. Residents of Washington may be needed soon. Edit 1: Small update but when we tried to route another /48 off my subnet it was also blocked immediately. In short, this means the company is actively hawking my subnets and terminating them as soon as they go up to deliberately deprive Washington residents of Internet access to websites of their choice. Edit 2: Actually, they blocked my /32, which means Hurricane Electric is blocking 65,536 network blocks containing 65,536 subscriber blocks each with each subscriber block containing 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 possible addresses. With this number, I could assign each gram of the Earth's total mass 74 IP addresses each. They have done this specifically to accomplish keeping Washington residents off the Kiwi Farms. c 4 urself —– This is largely due to legal and extralegal influence from Liz Fong-Jones / Elliot William Fong and persons associated with him. For the benefit of anyone who doesn't understand Internet routing: an ISP deciding to block an entire subnet is akin to the President deciding to barricade all roads leading to a neighborhood because of an individual in a single house. Without a court order, or even a statement of laws broken. Just because some suit in an office said so

United States Bernd 2023-07-16 12:48:24 ⋅ 2mn No. 279066
How to ddos someone? xD
United States Bernd 2023-07-16 13:28:21 ⋅ 2mn No. 279072
Electromagnetic pulse. It's the only way to be sure.
Germany Bernd 2023-07-16 15:26:34 ⋅ 2mn No. 279079
Just be yourself
Russia Bernd 2023-07-16 16:31:03 ⋅ 2mn No. 279094
>>279066 LOIC

Russia Bernd 2023-07-12 08:27:48 ⋅ 2mn No. 278409
China seems to be winning the space race with USA. Americans can't do what their ancestors do, the technology of landing on the Moon is like forbidden ancient knowledge, lost and forgotten. Modern Americans are like inbred pigmey who walk the cities built by giants, thinking they can do the same, yet unable even to built a hut. Can be said about Russia and USSR too though.
Slovenia Bernd 2023-07-12 11:12:25 ⋅ 2mn No. 278423
>>278409 this is what ziggerbots actually believe btw
Russia Bernd 2023-07-12 11:52:22 ⋅ 2mn No. 278424
>>278423 Because its true and you cannot refute this SpaceX lost, Artemis lost, USA lost.
Slovenia Bernd 2023-07-12 13:43:39 ⋅ 2mn No. 278442
>>278424 >china copied spacex and this proves spacex lost, btw please ignore that the private company spacex has several times the launch capacity of my supposed superpower oh I am laffin


United States Bernd 2023-05-08 22:20:04 ⋅ 4mn
No. 269657
>this is an average Stone Age Sumerian residence in the year 4500 BCE
United States Bernd 2023-06-13 17:21:03 ⋅ 3mn No. 274710
>>274685 Yes the Anu ziggurat was 13 meters (or 43 feet tall). Constructed very gradually in between 4000 to 3000 BCE. It remained the tallest manmade structure until the pyramid of Djoser (62 meters or 205 feet tall; constructed around 2650 BCE).
Finland Bernd 2023-06-13 17:53:03 ⋅ 3mn No. 274721
>>274710 i see, but why did you say it's almost as tall as some high rise buildings?
United States Bernd 2023-06-13 18:12:17 ⋅ 3mn No. 274732
>>274721 The definition as to what makes a high-rise building varies. They can be anywhere from 49 to 490 feet tall.
United States Bernd 2023-07-04 08:55:41 ⋅ 2mn No. 277319
>>273979 I like to pretend that the Anu ziggurat's construction began during the Stone Age and that writing and wheels were introduced shortly after so it's almost as if early Sumerians were real-life Flintstones.

Circumnavigating the Milky Way galaxy in a space shuttle

United States Bernd 2023-07-01 09:40:56 ⋅ 2mn
No. 276885
Did I calculate correctly? I calculated that it would probably take the same amount of time to circumnavigate in any space shuttle (at its fastest) the Milky Way galaxy as the amount of time that this galaxy has been around for (which appears to be almost as old as the Universe itself). Also probably about the same amount of time to reach the Andromeda galaxy assuming that it doesn't get to us first (in over 10,000,000,000 years if I remember correctly). I also realized that "Milky Way galaxy" is a bit redundant. I mean, 'cause, like, "galaxy" just means "milk" so saying "the Milky Way galaxy" is like saying "the milky way to the milky way" by mixing Latin and Greek names/words, I think. No?

GM sperm and hybrids

United States Bernd 2023-07-01 09:14:06 ⋅ 2mn
No. 276879
Horses have 64 chromosomes and donkeys have 62 chromosomes, together they produce mules with 63 chromosomes. If we were to take a sperm cell or an egg from a person with either XXYY, XXXY, or XXXX syndrome and then taken a sperm cell or egg from a chimpanzee and used in vitro fertilization, would this produce a human-chimpanzee hybrid? Chimpanzees have 48 chromosomes and humans have 46 chromosomes, therefore together they might produce humanzees. Also: would it be possible to genetically engineer an immortal cell line of human sperm cells capable of growing as large as the species Valonia ventricosa and keep the giant sperm cells alive and fed in an aquarium? Would it be possible to use radiation (or whatever) in order to cause the cells to mutate like HeLa cells? Having your sperm cells been genetically modified so that they grow to be two to three inches long or longer and can survive for several years outside of your body so that you can keep them as pets in a tank? Or farm them for food?

Russia Bernd 2021-08-14 12:51:43 ⋅ 2y No. 119879
What do you think of Starship and SpaceX? Can they land this white tower on the Moon by 2024 ?
Russia Bernd 2022-05-28 16:23:59 ⋅ 1y No. 149795
i suppose the bane of Musk is the fact that metall can expand and contract depending on the temperature. So even though this thing is metall, its not rigid. When it heats in the sun its one size, when it is pumped with liquid propeland its very cold and there is liquid from the atmosphere condensing on it everywhere. it again changes size in the cold and those attachment for thermal tiles cannot account for changes. but they have to cover it ALL with thermal protection tiles, every inch of it to become black under different and complicated angles and those fucking angles change every time dumb retard redesignes it, so people have to invent new ways of adapting the tile attachment system to new angles and new thermal conditions totall mess. The thing is these panes when they attach - they have space in between them and behind them, its not airtight. So the air can go behind them. So is atmospheric liquids, elements how they say. Remind you again - contract and expand, thermall stress, but that thing haven't even expirienced the launch stress, when thing is launching, its vibrating like crazy, there are soundwaves capable of destroying many fragile things and then it will have to go into space and space is another can of worms. In the sun and vacuum all those tiles will have to expirience new conditions and the condensation from the atmosphere could stuck underneath those tiles and freeze in space and then expand as gas when its in the Sun, and freeze again when on the dark side and then heat and shake when engines fire and in re-entry haven't you seen how much ice is getting on the second stage around the engine? when you leave the atmosphere, you not just go into space all dry and happy. Same as if you leave the sea and get out of the water - you are wet, the water from the sea is still on you, and dropping. But when you leave the atmosphere you also move between two mediums, you are also "wet" you carry with you a lot of gas from our atmosphere condensed everywhere and then frozen in chunks, its a mess how much that wet and solid shit can accumulate on your ship after launch and where it can stuck shit is doomed retard is in charge but the heard is dumb and believes that the hearder is genious
Hungary Bernd 2022-05-28 16:32:41 ⋅ 1y No. 149797
>>119879 Easy peasy. They'll done by tomorrow 9pm.
Russia Bernd 2022-06-17 13:47:09 ⋅ 1y No. 173616
SpaceX got some permission but another month without orbital flight of Starship almost gone this is now SpaceX bashing thread basics in the video
Russia Bernd 2023-06-27 15:07:56 ⋅ 3mn No. 276517
Soon to be two year anniversary of this thread. Starship haven't reached orbit yet