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The end of /THEEND/? reach 11/22/2021 (Mon) 05:02:03 No.257 [Reply]
Is /THEEND/ dead, im getting nothing from the hashring, whoever was hosting must have had their internet get got for a couple days or just decided to stop hosting it. In whatever case, anybody got ideas for alternatives. Thanks in advance guys :)
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https://www.libertynation.com/chelsea-manning-released-prison-today/ This is how COINTEL works today. 1. Communications obstruction. 2. Added to a list of Israel's political enemies. 3. Grabbed off the street by a law enforcement plant of the DHS, FBI, ATF, etc. and thrown in a psyche ward. 4. Sleep or drug caused temporary psychosis resulting in a court order for medical treatment. 5. Crippled or killed with drugs prescribed by a pedophile blackmailed Federal plant in the medical industry. Long term sleep deprivation alone can kill you and damage your brain permanently. Until these people involved with rigging Western elections are dead, their network is a threat. We know their names, we just need to remove them. There are about 5 per US city and the state and local law enforcement can easy mass arrest them and throw them in prison to prevent any further crimes being committed against Americans by them. A former Fed should still be presumed to be part of the network, and yes, they are the child traffickers, that's what binds them together as a group.
Everyone in the military should see the Federal law enforcement as an existential threat. Most of the people they killed were veterans that questioned the wars in the Middle East and 9/11. It's you or them. They arrested over 1.5 million Americans and killed them under the guise of mental health treatment. You're going to die if you can't get rid of these Feds and former Feds killing Americans. https://www.opednews.com/articles/End-the-Government-s-War-o-by-John-Whitehead-Election_Freedoms_Military-industrial-Complex_Tyranny-201109-995.html https://www.truthandaction.org/veterans-arrested-anti-obama-facebook-posts-police-militarized-veterans/2/ https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/operation_vigilant_eagle_is_this_really_how_we_honor_our_nations_veterans
>>453 >>454 >>455 >>456 >>457 Lots of irrelevant stuff, much is 10 years old - is this a Russian bot on the loose?
Until every person that participated in Operation Vigilant Eagle is held accountable and their descendants stripped of citizenship and assets, all the Feds are guilty. They have all the records they need to convict them in their agencies, but they won't bring them to justice so they're covering for them and accomplices. This is the crime of the current FBI, DHS, ATF, etc.. Even if they didn't participate in operation Vigilant Eagle, they're guilty for not executing everyone involved with it. Those that cover for crimes against the Western people are 100% guilty of them themselves, since they're accomplices.
When the USA gets a legitimate government again, I'm recommending every person employed by the Federal law enforcement since 1980 and all their descendants be executed as enemies of the Western nations. I bet they're going to execute them and you'd be a fool to think they won't throw the old guard and their kids under the bus to gain favor with the Western public. Some midwit Fed shit and their grandkids verses legitimacy in the eyes of the public, it's a clear choice, just systematically round them up and execute them all. Use all the employment records to identify them and their descendants, wang bang, 1 million Fed traitors and their psychopathic descendants in a mass grave to mark the beginning of a new country.

Lain thread. Anonymous 04/30/2020 (Thu) 18:22:03 No.105 [Reply]
Let's all love Lain.
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>>113 wtf really?
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We are all. >>113 The entire site is dedicated to /cyb/ so a dedicated board seems irrelevant.
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Ergo Proxy is also kind of aesthetic if you are into that kind of thing. Texhnolyze too.
>>192 well if youre gonna talk about those, watch Witch Hunter Robin, its more like ergo proxy than the other two, but thats the one I love. I am not a fan of super violence or just frustrating story.
>>443 >>Witch Hunter Robin That's a blast from the past. It was enjoyable to watch.

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Anonymous 06/04/2022 (Sat) 23:22:42 No.333 [Reply]
I got doxxed and they're threatening to release my full name unless I pay 0.5 BTC. What do?
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>>359 THIS OP Great advice
I feel you bro I did not get doxxed, but it could happen any time really, because I trusted a few people a lot. My life could be ruined at any time, this drives me crazy. I wish I knew a solution to this, but probably there is not any.
>>333 Still waiting on those feet pics.
>>333 are you same guy from wizchan? the answer will be the same, kys or dont give a shit. you learn that surviving this world is dependant on not giving a shit a lot.
>>359 >All you have to do if you're doxed is say, "that's not me, I'm being targeted by some loser internet stalker that wants me to take nude pictures." I used to know a guy that would blackmail neets with their crossdressing pics/nudes to buy and digitize shit from japan for him

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Anonymous 04/29/2020 (Wed) 06:28:42 No.104 [Reply]
I have created a rough draft of my desired civilization, i would appreciate it if you took the time to read it and give your opinion on my ideas, whether you completely disagree and think it is retarded or if you share similar opinions. Or if you just have criticisms and thoughts on how i could improve this. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1os49gDIL5adCAonPGcsdJsO9AaA1ATqhfpyV6oNOZDo/edit?usp=sharing
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>>405 >Demand change from who? From the people who wield the powers of a state. SCOTUS seems to have given this some thought: >Mr Alito's intervention came on the same day as a liberal member of the court, Justice Elena Kagan, warned it would be a "dangerous thing for a democracy" if the court's conservative majority lost the confidence of voters. >"I'm not talking about any particular decision or even any particular series of decisions, but if over time the court loses all connection with the public and with public sentiment, that's a dangerous thing for a democracy," she said at a conference in Montana, >Opinion polls suggest that confidence in the court is at an all-time low in the wake of several controversial decisions by the court. Just 25% of those polled said they had confidence in the body. And there is still a long way to go before private companies can apply lethal force with impunity, Cyberpunk style.
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>>407 >And there is still a long way to go before private companies can apply lethal force with impunity, Cyberpunk style. The USA has already granted that though. Oil pipelines, coal mining towns. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/forgotten-matewan-massacre-was-epicenter-20th-century-mine-wars-180963026/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludlow_Massacre
>>104 >google docs
>>379 >I think it was just an attempt to collect info on people here. Not just here, a search shows that link was posted elsewhere too, and people there too complaied that the link disappeared.
>>104 your epic commie utopia fanfiction was deleted, oh no. I am fine with just being a medieval man protecting a small village, that is my top desired civilization.

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What do you imagine as a cyberpunk future? Anonymous 07/23/2022 (Sat) 19:33:38 No.378 [Reply]
And is it realistic? Like, can a civilization function the way you imagine it? I'm just asking because I see problems with how the genre is often presented. You can put anything into a story since the actual dynamics of civilizations don't apply. I can write in a story that someone stuck a nail in everyone's eyes and that somehow made the world a more peaceful, happy, and prosperous place even though that's clearly not a realistic outcome of the action. Stories can represent a kind of predeterminism by tricking stupid people into thinking a trajectory for a civilization is a good idea and surrounding the smarter people with idiots demanding we take the civilizational route that worked in stories, even acting like the protagonist trying to bring about some change solely because they're presented as the hero in the story. I can tell you one thing, multinational states go into civil war, balkanize, or get genocided by invasion because they were too busy infighting and trying to gain an advantage on rival groups in the country by selling out to other nations to gain allies using whatever their country has to sell. So all these futurism projections about multinational empires don't seem realistic and the state of the world where a Han ethnostate rises and the multinational USA wallows in its own shit screaming about one national group in the country not treating another national group in the country equally, as if it didn't understand that that's why separate nations had separate governments in the first place, affirms that. So how do you imagine a cyberpunk future? Is that the future you want? Is it realistic?
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>>411 >The problem is - How much power do you need to actually make this work? For what purpose? For communications a few mW is sufficient, for radar you need more, for active denial at 95 GHz you need 100 kW https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Active_Denial_System >Basic radio physics shows us that the higher you go in frequency, the more power you need for those waves to travel places. Sure? If you go all the way up to optical bands (THz and above) you can still get far with mW power levels). Atmospheric gases such as oxygen has absorption bands that dramatically reduces ranges, but these are limited bands. >Second, people will start noticing weird things if this signal starts being used in any capacity. Sure, a sudden burning sensation or spontaneous orgasms will be noticed. And what are the purposes? Game shows are easier ways to pacify people than dispensing instant sex. >The internet has allowed information to travel stupid fast - leaks from weird shit happening can be and stay online faster than most governments can react to it. Ham radio operators will quickly see any increase in transmissions. >That's why they're trying to keep people as distracted as possible, and make noise in the hope that it's drowned out. Bread and circus has been a term for over 2000 years, advanced RF technologies are not needed.
>>412 Wouldn't it be funny if people realized they could drop people with 61.22GHz at any time and the governments would never be able to acknowledge it because they're murdering hundreds of thousands of their political opposition with it?
>>414 I thought we were talking about 61.22GHz. It's true that it requires more power to transmit further distances, but it's also true your smart phone is capable of transmitting it in contact with your body and you can take longer wavelengths of multiples of the wavelength you want to reproduce many physiological effects with different transmission distances per power output. >Ham radio operators will quickly see any increase in transmissions. At 61.22GHz? They'd have to be a few meters away, wouldn't they? You know, wouldn't it be more definitive to just test this out on a hamster or something? If you don't test it, you'll never be totally sure one way or another.
>>416 >I thought we were talking about 61.22GHz. Primarily, yes. However 60 - 100 GHz have similar properties in that they work mainly by line of sight and are quickly absorbed in the skin of human, causing localised heating. Any drug like effects are new to me. >It's true that it requires more power to transmit further distances, Increase power and you increase signal to noise ratio. Determining the distance is quite complicated and the Voyager probes have only tiny emitted power, yet are received on Earth. A single Watt ham radio can communicate across the world. >but it's also true your smart phone is capable of transmitting it in contact with your body Yes >and you can take longer wavelengths of multiples of the wavelength you want to reproduce many physiological effects with different transmission distances per power output. This I didn't understand. >>Ham radio operators will quickly see any increase in transmissions. >At 61.22GHz? They'd have to be a few meters away, wouldn't they? Within line of sight you can easily have km range. For various reasons you can reach a bit further. >You know, wouldn't it be more definitive to just test this out on a hamster or something? If you don't test it, you'll never be totally sure one way or another.

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>>417 >The onus is on whoever is claiming 61.22 GHz has opiate like effects to prove this claim. It's already been documented and studied. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18064600/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11228098/ These are from 2001 and 2008, and you can find more if you look. This has been known for a very long time. See, what I just showed you is the truth, below is a link to the government disinformation that is easily debunked because it's deliberately wrong. https://www.nutritruth.org/single-post/5g-60-ghz-oxygen-absorption-you-and-coronavirus https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/columnist/2020/04/20/dispelling-belief-5-g-networks-spreading-coronavirus/5148961002/ These telecom companies / corrupt Feds are murdering hundreds of thousands of people, you know. You'd think you'd take it more seriously.

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All AMD Processors Since Phenom II Have BadBIOS Circuitry That Leaks to the Military Anonymous 03/29/2021 (Mon) 22:30:12 No.182 [Reply]
Title gives my conclusion from empirical events I witnessed and inside info. PSP runs on the same circuit, but isn't the backdoor per se, which has been around for much longer. The same way AMD was able to change the crypto algorithms for the Zen chip they licensed to China, they can change how the CPU behaves at any system, even those already deployed. This can also be used to sabotage any program or computation, making BadBIOS vastly nastier than Stuxnet. American military made a grave mistake to partner with the morons of the Brazilian military, who are letting knowledge of this spread like a fire (and misusing it for petty profit and inside jobs to justify a police state). Israel, UK and France also have access, but are much more professional.
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>>375 >then a program that ran every possible combination of instruction set codes seems like it would be an easy thing to produce to check the outputs of every instruction set This is very close to the halting problem, so if you can guarantee to find any backdoor in finite time, you have also solved the halting problem, and fame will be yours. I think X-ray analysis is a lot simpler.
>>381 How so? There are a limited number of instructions (including unused instructions) a chip can run dependent on the number of settings for the logic gates and a limited number of permuations of input data possible, which are both entirely calculable. The number of clockcycles required to complete all permutations of instruction sets and input multiplied by the time of the clock cycle gives you the time to complete the operation.
You might actually have to include possible memory block destinations for input and output in that permuation table too. If you have multiple rows of instruction sets on the chip that run in parallel, you could possibly run this analysis as a background process with no loss of functionality or signficant increase in power consumption, by simply running it when all the instruction sets are not in use. So like say a single clockcycle is using only 25% of the chip, you run the analysis with the other parts of the chip. To to that though, you would need some sort of program to predict what parts of the chip would be used to finish off its input block. You know, actually that's a bad idea that would really drive up the clockcycles necessary to complete and power consumption. But when a computer is idle and cores are idle, I don't see why it couldn't run in the background and just write to a set of memory blocks in sequential order.
>>384 In addition to the memory access issue that >>385 brings up, you can also have a knocking sequence for instructions. most processors have prefix codes, and you cannot immediately tell just how deep this goes. You might have a decoder that does something peculiar after 255 NOP instructions, or 2550 NOP instructions or even more. Clearing flash RAM is often done by accessing certain memory locations in a particular and exact sequence. It can be the same for the instruction decoder inside the processor.
Here is the chance to make the change you want to see: https://www.phoronix.com/news/Google-SkyWater-90nm Just get started on VHDL or Verilog and create the processor we have all waited for.

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CaptainBlackbeard Radio Anonymous 07/11/2022 (Mon) 04:40:20 No.355 [Reply]
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LORA, QRP and mesh networks Anonymous 07/20/2022 (Wed) 12:56:39 No.372 [Reply]
I've always fancied over this technology because having the ability to communicate with people in the local area without any subscription or watchful eyes would be pretty neat. Especially if we go in the SHTF or Brave New World direction. From what I've seen they are VHF modules (433 or 868MHz mainly) with low power (less than 1W) and a range of 500m to 10km. The transmission speed is too low for file transfer or voice but for plain text it could be really comfy, it is also a good way to get data from remote sensors without any cable or using the GSM network. Issues: - Powering the modules - Vandalism - RF Regulations - Proprietary modules and potential hijacking by the $0.10 army - The need for encryption - What firmware to use (meshtastic, or something else?) - Which modules to choose from (price, reliability, frequencies...) - Jamming and overcrowding if too many people shitpost on the network Anyone has experience with those modules?

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Some of what you are looking for, is covered in the /ham/ FAQ: https://archive.ph/PjR5s This is part of the larger cybsec site, now archived: https://archive.ph/nMkSN Some archives are updated and found elsewhere.
>>373 thanks for your reply, the article is pretty well written, I'll get in touch with the communities mentionned

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real-life "sci fi" options for NDE/etc? Anonymous 06/05/2022 (Sun) 18:34:26 No.336 [Reply]
Is there any ghost of a chance that quantum immortality,or boltzmannian reincarnation,etc..omega point, or ANY theory of post-portem survival,or death-never-happens model, is true? Im contemplating killing myself,but I want to be sure of what im doing. I read papers by atheists and naturalists defending a sort of personal, POV after-death sentience .I lurked EA and lesswrong,turingchurch, the Journal of Cosmology,etc. just give me the bare truth,my folks.
>>336 You can't be sure, theism and related concepts are guesses at something which can't be known for certain by living things. Best case scenario is that 'you' as a person stop existing in any meaningful conscious sense (you can't suffer if you don't exist after all). Worst case is that you end up in some kind of hell world and suffer for eternity. Where you think the dice will land between those points is up to you (though not something that's worth gambling IMO).
>>337 I think eternal hell is ontologically impossible(cappodecian gang!). And I really think a non-theistic afterlife/no-death is totally possible. I still have some time alive..I will see what I do.
>>336 >Is there any ghost of a chance that quantum immortality,or boltzmannian reincarnation,etc..omega point, or ANY theory of post-portem survival,or death-never-happens model, is true? If you're serious about this... Rigpa is best be defined as personal knowledge of the primordial forces that comprise the universe. It is knowledge of the "ground level", or most base form. A sort of all pervasive darkness that acts as both the canvas and the paint of the material universe. I believe that to know rigpa is to know death without dying. You can see it though meditation or psychedelics and it's distinct from thoughtlessness or letting the mind go blank. Just remember that the goal of Buddhist teachings is the acceptance of suffering through knowledge and a perspective shift, not the elimination of it. The ascetic lifestyle adopted by many who have attained rigpa is not so much a conscious effort, but a natural role that one falls into once the illusions of pain and pleasure have been shattered. To have rigpa is to acknowledge that there is only a mechanical reaction to stimuli, and then go from there. Key search terms: Dzogchen, Schopenhauer >>338 >I think eternal hell is ontologically impossible If you define hell as isolation from the forces of creation, we are already living in it.
>>341 so rigpa is accepting one barely has free will and that everything is merely cause-effect,forever?

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