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Flat Earth Community / Re: Do any flat earthers take me seriously?
« on: December 22, 2015, 05:16:23 PM »
Oh, one more thing,  be sure to brand anyone who disagrees or presents evidence to the contrary as a paid Government shill.  :)

The round earther right above you accused me of lying about being a flat earther.  So round earthers can accuse flat earthers of whatever they want but I'm crazy for thinking that the abundance of round earthers that are wasting time here for no reason might be paid to do so?

Cancer is a conspiracy, it doesn't even exist.  It's just an excuse for the government to kill off people who they don't like.  "Radiation" was made up during the nuclear scare scam and now they are using this imaginary stuff to cure an imaginary disease which is caused by basically everything including the same "radiation" used to attempt to cure it with widely varying results.  What a joke.

The real reason people die of "cancer" is the medications they are put on that makes your hair fall out.  That should be the #1 indication that the stuff is not good for you.  To get you to stop doing something all scientists have to do is say that it causes cancer and people will run off, and then since so many things cause cancer they can just pick anyone they want to kill and make the test come back positive so that person will slowly poison themselves with medication.

Flat Earth Theory / Re: Space Tourism
« on: December 17, 2015, 03:54:01 PM »
But you could easily look back and see a spherical earth, how could you continue believing a flat earth?

You can never trust your eyes.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 14, 2015, 04:15:17 PM »
I'm curious - if CPUs are trapped souls, why do they keep getting faster and better at what they do with each new model? Also, how is a CPU different from a GPU?

Because life is moving faster every day, so the souls are faster.

And a GPU has an artist's soul in it.
You have to think like a CPU, if it running day after for years. Of course it will be faster at the end of all that running. It is no mistake that they continually get faster.

I'm glad that at least one person on this forum is open minded.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 11, 2015, 04:11:16 PM »
It resembles flowing water in a pipe more.

It certainly does resemble MINECRAFT water.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 10, 2015, 06:39:10 PM »
It's just an analogy, the floating house and infinite cobblestone generator is out of the picture. I didn't brought that up because Redstone worked very closely like a real life circuit, but some of the physics doesn't. You can actually make a simple ALU in Minecraft with XOR gates, or you could test logic gate in this game

Did I just read that right?  Do you seriously think that redstone and electricity work anything like each other?  Redstone doesn't have positive and negative, it's just a one way charge and things like levers can create infinite power.  There is no resistance, power physically cannot travel more then 15 blocks without a repeater, and I am having trouble figuring out how it resembles electricity or anything that exists in the real world in any way.

Flat Earth Community / Re: Do any flat earthers take me seriously?
« on: December 10, 2015, 06:32:40 PM »
Again, I am asking FLAT EARTHERS, not SHILLS!

Flat Earth Community / Re: Do any flat earthers take me seriously?
« on: December 09, 2015, 05:31:26 PM »
Are any flat earthers going to answer or just a bunch of round Earth shills?

Flat Earth Community / Do any flat earthers take me seriously?
« on: December 08, 2015, 04:39:47 PM »
I have proposed some ideas that may seem insane to people who are indictorinated with Intel propaganda, and many people think I am insane.  Indictorinated round earthers think that we are crazy too and I'm sure that you all thought flat Earth was insane before you looked up YouTube videos to convince you of Earth's flatness.  The probelem is that the computer conspiracy is so secret that YouTube has no videos on the topic.

Flat Earth may be true but they are letting the cat out of the bag on purpose to distract us from the bigger picture.  Why do you think Google makes this site so easy to find and why do you think YouTube is doing nothing about all the flat Earth videos out there?  There are secret plans being executed that require free thinkers like us to be distracted because we are a threat to them.

So are there any flat earthers out there that are open minded enough to accept the truth about computers?

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 08, 2015, 04:12:24 PM »
It's just with wires carrying or not carrying power is enough to make a binary calculator. If you play Minecraft there is a circuit mechanism called Redstone which can use Logic gate to construct even computer in a game.

You an also make a floating house in Minecraft, make an infinite cobblestone generator, and hold enough materials to build a house.  Perhaps I could do those things in real life too.  After all: it's possible in Minecraft.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 07, 2015, 06:24:28 PM »
Es increíble como hasta dudan de las máquinas y como las programan, yo estudio programación, y me parece ridículo y absurdo lo que dices, todo esta sumido a que tu eres muy débil, y puedes perder la percepción de la realidad por eso crees en esta teoría.

Translation: It's amazing how even doubt the machines and as scheduled , I study programming , and it seems ridiculous and absurd what you say , everything is plunged very weak you are, and you can lose the perception of reality that you believe in this theory.

Alternate translation: I can push buttons on a computer and tell it what do do so therefore I know everything about computers and I am qualified to debunk your points.

I see you are resorting to attacking me and not my arguments.  You people are getting so desperate, it's hilarious.  Why don't you address my points?  What a joke.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 03, 2015, 05:40:33 PM »
A CPU is made up of 3 parts.
A request is made. The CPU interprets the language and compiles the request, it then figures out what the wanted function is. (This is no longer discussed, but still works this way. We don't have magic. We are only 2 steps from BASiC, if that.)
Then the ALU computes and figures out if more is needed. If writing to memory is required, it is then sent to the CU to be written to memory. The CPU interprets every request coming in and reinterprets again on the way out.

You can use all types of interpreters; but if you know about languages you know that the outside interpreter does not end with the same language a CPU uses internally.
The number one and two functions of a CPU is 1-interpret, 2-compile.
A CPU is constantly compiling and interpreting. The interpreting is where the most inefficiency is on a board in my opinion.

As for multi-core processors; there is almost no consumer programs that take advantage of more than 2 processors, and very few that use 2. The 'need' for increasing speeds is a bit of a fallacy. The time it takes to get the info and display it is mostly nil. SSD takes care of needed increased speeds, since the HD is where speed is killed.

Sooo...  An inanimate object that's basiclly a bundle of wires going every which way can somehow interpret, compile, and do math?  Still sounds like magic to me, either that or proof that I am right.

Here is something to consider: Moore's Law has managed to predict with incredible accuracy the rate at which computer "science" has advanced.  Every 2 years the number of "transistors" on a chip has doubled like clockwork.  Does this seriously not raise any red flags for you people?  What other technology advances in a way that almost perfectly matches a paturn for decades?

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 02, 2015, 05:17:42 PM »
The number of cores only affects some specific scenarios, but fair enough.

How come we were only able to increase the clock speeds by a little bit at a time? Furthermore, how come that CPU performance has been increasing despite the fact that the clock speeds have gone down recently? It's no longer common to see ~4GHz processors.

Computer companies are slowly increasing CPU speed for profit.  Think about it: if they released an incredibly fast computer then everyone would get that and then they would have nothing else to sell people.  With the way they are doing it if someone wants the fastest computer available they have to keep buying new ones.  The speed difference between computers exist mostly because if these companies are intentionally holding it back.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 02, 2015, 03:37:22 PM »
I'm curious - if CPUs are trapped souls, why do they keep getting faster and better at what they do with each new model? Also, how is a CPU different from a GPU?

The biggest things are the increased number of "cores" (AKA spirit traps) and an increased work load designated by the clock speed.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 01, 2015, 06:59:43 PM »
I would like to note for the record that the shills are trying to discredit me with insults without even addressing my arguments.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 01, 2015, 04:38:00 PM »
Here is some more suspicious stuff about "computers" that prove that we are being lied ti:

Every "CPU" is slightly different in speed and we are told that it's because their precise and consistent manufacturing process is making little mistakes and that somehow effects the speed.  They are using machines to precisely make new "machines", so shouldn't these CPU's rolling off the assembly line all be identical?  In a car assembly line you don't see cars that can naturally go twice as fast as another for no apparent reason.  Clearly this variation is coming from the diversity of spirits they are using.

Also, why would a computer need power if it does no physical work?  It makes no sense.  In reality they use the power to help contain spirits and punish insubordinate ones.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 01, 2015, 04:30:17 PM »
Who says a rock is inanimate?
Computers don't 'think' or 'reason' unless they are programmed to mimic those actions.
Wizards at Intel?!? That must mean that Fairchild had Warlocks!

What do you mean computers don't think and reason?  My computer is clearly good enough at it that it can realize that I am pushing keys and use logic and reason to determine that what I am pressing should show up on screen based on a set of written instructions that are written in English albeit in a strange way.  We are supposed to believe that this is done because of a bunch of little 1's and 0's floating around in a silicon chip that nobody can seem to explain for the life of them.

I don't believe that there are wizards at Intel, but you clearly do since you dogmatically believe that they can produce a magical silicon chip that can think and reason.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 01, 2015, 01:01:58 AM »
Yeah.  Now we're on the subject.  How does a digital clock suddenly jump from zero to one,  and, my God, it doesn't stop there.  It has the awareness to go on and show a TWO and a THREE all the way up till NINE and then it starts again.  And how does it know when exactly to do this so that it is in sync with the rising and setting sun. Truly magical stuff.  It must be the 72 demons of Solomon.

Actually in this case it's only one spirit.  You are absolutely right though, inanimate objects can't do things like that yet computers somehow can.

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: December 01, 2015, 12:24:18 AM »
Do you believe Intel invented the CPU?

No, but they are perpetuating the conspiracy along with other companies.  If any of these companies told the truth they would all loose profit because enslaving spirits has a lot of ethical issues associated with it.

the ignorance of some flat earthers on a few other I have observed....on radio, photography and a few other subjects. LOL.

Did you mean enlightenment Geek?  Radio and photography are conspiracies too.  Inanimate objects like rocks can't see things and talk to one another at the illusive speed of light.  Relativity says that nothing can travel light speed and yet light does, that should be the first indication to anyone that what we know about physics is an elaborate conspiracy.

Seriously, though, I have been involved in a little  work as a technician on computers. I assure you that the training included going into all the details of the circuits  involved.

Care to enlighten us about how a little silicon square locked away under a case can think and reason?

Technology & Information / Re: Computers are a conspiracy
« on: November 30, 2015, 10:03:30 PM »
This sounds a lot like something I put on the flat Earth society as a joke...  I am at a loss for words, I didn't know that this level of ignorence was possible.

Says shillman7918.  I bet you were secretly revealing the truth without your boss noticing.  Do you buy into the Intel propaganda mike?

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