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the BFG from doom Anonymous 2019/12/13(Fri)12:29:33 UTC No.143 [Reply]
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I wanna see a real life Big Fucking Gun 9000

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Anonymous 2019/12/08(Sun)22:03:47 UTC No.55 [Reply]
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>PM1633a Why would anyone need 16TB??
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Anonymous 2019/12/10(Tue)13:08:02 UTC No.74
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Maybe you want to download a quarter of the internet?


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Anonymous 2019/12/12(Thu)21:15:39 UTC No.133
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why would anyone ever want to download only a quarter of the internet?


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vcerf 2019/12/12(Thu)23:05:16 UTC No.137
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>>133 It depends on which quarter.



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AC 2019/11/23(Sat)12:47:22 UTC No.6 [Reply]
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LET THERE BE LIGHT!
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Anonymous 2019/12/10(Tue)12:35:08 UTC No.73
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four is more? Nessus 2019/11/28(Thu)15:28:00 UTC No.23 [Reply]
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javascript has triple equals ( === ) to do strict comparison with type conversion - if the types differ, false is returned. What can we use quadruple equals for?
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Aquaman 2019/11/29(Fri)01:30:59 UTC No.25
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>>23 There's no need for quadruple equals until we have C++++


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Anonymous 2019/12/10(Tue)01:39:02 UTC No.70
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>>25 Somewhere in this list there must be a quadruple equals. https://andrewshitov.com/2019/11/25/a-language-a-day-advent-calendar-2019/



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What does /t/ think of the Cybertruck? Anonymous 2019/11/23(Sat)22:00:51 UTC No.8 [Reply]
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Nessus 2019/11/24(Sun)02:40:35 UTC No.10
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>>8 I kind of like it. It looks a little like a Delorean.


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Anonymous 2019/11/24(Sun)03:37:07 UTC No.11
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>>10 The Tesla Armor glass couldn't save Doc from the Libyans.


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Nessus 2019/11/25(Mon)03:07:55 UTC No.13
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>>11 It's hard to tell if it's possible to access the truck bed from the sides; that's pretty important for many "truck things".


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You’ll be sorry Marvin 2019/11/26(Tue)03:02:21 UTC No.19 [Reply]
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When a robot is smart enough to pass the Turing test, it will be smart enough not to.
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Anonymous 2019/12/12(Thu)21:15:10 UTC No.132
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They already are, dumbass


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Marvin 2019/12/12(Thu)23:09:40 UTC No.138
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>>132 >dumbass You are glorifying deductive reasoning here and dismissing inductive reasoning. Deductive reasoning gave us aristotelian physics, heliocentrism, and medieval medicine. Inductive reasoning gave us modern science.


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Anonymous 2019/12/13(Fri)01:49:07 UTC No.140
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>>138 Deduction did not give us those things, deduction is merely rigourous inference. Whatever falsity you might claim was given by deduction, was given by deduction using false premises or invalid logic. And you're confusing pattern recognition as inductive reasoning. inductive reasoning is a sort of deductive reasoning. Also, >>132 is not glorifying nor dismissing anything, dumbass.


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