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Anonymous 11/22/2019 (Fri) 15:55:34 No.25 [Reply]
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Stop being disingenuous. We're both saying collisions are bad. You're the one arguing that we shouldn't be worried about them becoming vastly more likely and most destructive.
>>50 A lot of people praise china and japan, but that's obviously just propaganda, like every country and town does. japan isn't clean or high-tech. they have a lot of neon-lights in some of their cities, but that's about it. It's just as tacky as those middle-eastern stores that sell all kinds of garbage with neon-ilghts in the window because they think it looks cool. most japanese and chinese don't have phones even made within the past 15 years. and neither of their "people" are intelligent either. just more lies/propaganda pushed by the insecure effeminate "people", lie how blacks pretend to be tough and tall, when in reality, most of them are shorter than the majority of asian and so are their "dicks".
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>>326 There are so many odd things about this writing, it makes me wonder if you have ever lived in Japan.
>>63 This is peanuts compared to what will happen if China attempts to take down Startlink: https://www.scmp.com/news/china/science/article/3178939/china-military-needs-defence-against-potential-starlink-threat The debris field from 1000 destroyed satellites will be a huge problem for decades.
>>329 >The debris field from 1000 destroyed satellites will be a huge problem for decades. Most definitely. That's one of the issues with these quite-eccentric collision orbits; the tidbits are generally well-outside the typical LEO atmospheric 'event-horizon', and thus avoid the common scenario of autonomous de-orbit after a few years or even less. This would be an effective end of safe orbital trajectories -- manned or unmanned -- probably in perpetuity for the lifetime of mankind to remain. It will be a field indeed, and represents an utter disaster for spaceflight if/when it occurs. In fact, it's a likely scenario IMO, and moreso over time. >tl;dr Enjoy space while you still can, Anon! :^)

/cyber/ hobbies 03/25/2021 (Thu) 09:05:07 No.179 [Reply]
Post about your hobbies and favourite /cyber/activities here chummers. Explain why you do it, and what's so /cyber/ about it. I'll start: >Repairing old tech. I enjoy giving old stuff a second life, instead of throwing it out. Buying new stuff everytime something breaks is consumer-tier shit. Fixing your shit is cyber as fuck.
I'm constantly trying to figure out how to piece together the smallish resources I have (RaspberryPis, Beaglebone Black/Blues, Arduino R3s & Nanos) into distributed computing systems suitable for building my own robowaifu. I also spend time learning to program C++ for the same reasons. Seems like it's pretty much becoming a major focus in my life. I feel like if we all make a breakthrough with this tech, then /cyber/ will both be real, and at least slightly less dystopic. :^)
>>179 n-o-d-e has some pretty /cyb/ projects. I have been getting into self-hosting my own infrastructure. I run my own DNS, and Mail server. I also host a local DNS resolver to filter traffic (like a PI hole) , but I use BIND with DNS Response Policy Zones (RPZ) to block domains.
I like coding in HTML/CSS and learning javascript. but to be fully honest there's nothing much cyber about it sadly, it's just plain old coding.
>>318 That's very cyber. Anything to do with computers, electricity, robots, etc. are part of cyber.

Anything cool on the deep web? Nate 05/04/2022 (Wed) 01:11:46 No.320 [Reply]
I am looking for something that'll be pretty interesting to me, or my friends since we're looking for something that can probably scare us or gives us the vibes.

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Anonymous 06/20/2021 (Sun) 19:51:59 No.187 [Reply]
Pirate Radio From The DarkNet endchan.org/CaptainBlackbeard https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX3SW08hnrU
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Anonymous 12/13/2019 (Fri) 23:45:30 No.79 [Reply]
hi i'm the person who has the old jinteki site up on neocities, i don't really know what happened to the akitaro guy other than that he was looking for hosting before
i want to update the site with newer stuff (like new android info since xposed is dead) and fix some broken pages
if anyone has good content to put on the site, it'd be appreciated!
alternatively if the guy is still around and there's a updated version already please let me know because i can't find your contact since nobody uses tox anymore
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>>79 You've got a section about phones on your page, which is pretty schway. I was looking for something spyware-watchdogish for different OS for phones, especially with KaiOS in mind. That'd be interesting content imo, but I haven't found anything related to specifically KaiOS yet.
>>79 Are you still here? Quite a few of your links are broken, specifically the links to the Mega archives.
>>79 Thanks for keeping this up.
Hi. I don't know where else to ask. It's a long shot, but there was, maybe is, someone who posts cyberpunk and infosec related links on various imageboards. On one of them was a link to a Pastebin in which he said he was willing to help people getting into infosec. I don't think this is the place, but I don't know where I saw the link and I lost all my browser history and sessions shortly after reading it. If this sounds familiar, help a brotha out. Thanks.
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>>307 Long shot here but could that have been Maderas? He wrote a collection of pastes while active on 4chan. You could also check out the library thread on this board, there might be links there that will jog your memory.

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need help PLATO_OS 09/13/2021 (Mon) 02:36:56 No.212 [Reply]
need help
>>212 This looks interesting, but I don't currently have the time, unfortunately. Looks to be a google maps view, to me.

Financial rewards for future suppliers. new marketplace 01/10/2022 (Mon) 18:38:41 No.285 [Reply]
Hi, We are looking for future suppliers for a market that is in finalization of development. All fields are wanted, if you are cheap, many customers will frequent this market. No scam, the suppliers will be controlled one by one with security to guarantee their goods. Please contact me at this email and share it: hamidbenabbou@protonmail.com Financial rewards for future suppliers.

What about cyberadio? V2UgQXJlIExlZ2lvbgo= 08/21/2021 (Sat) 08:39:47 No.202 [Reply]
Hi Anons, recently cyberadio.pw is down. Have you informations about? Other good online cyberpunk radio to hear even using terminal app such as cmus, mocp or others ?
>>202 I was not aware of that. Some more media sites is listed in the archived FAQ https://archive.md/ZhxA8

mundane science fiction fantasies filterme#VXAnzg 11/18/2021 (Thu) 22:01:19 No.245 [Reply]
A mouse scroll wheel that does not deteriorate in function overtime so scrolling will not jump backwards and forwards randomly. Shoes that fit your feet every time so you won't get blisters. Cars that will just run and don't require replacement of parts every four months. food that grows without having to spill your own blood on the soil for it to grow. Goddess Waifu descend from heaven so she will cook the best meals you ever had and other things. Feeling safe in current order of things to know that you will not be persecuted for simply trying to stay alive when people want to kill you. true herm vat labs replace human population which negates the thesis and antithesis of the sexual dimorphism of sapients and their perversions and degeneration that inevitably results from these differences. Houses not built under the waterline. Houses not built in the middle of a lahar flow path. Residential dwellings that are resilient to both flooding resulting from tsunamis and Typhoon and Volcanos.
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>>245 >A mouse scroll wheel that does not deteriorate in function overtime so scrolling will not jump backwards and forwards randomly. I retired my Sony Ericsson P1i only because the scroll wheel failed. It was a comfy phone and many aspects of that design should have been brought back with better hardware. >Shoes that fit your feet every time so you won't get blisters. How about toe socks? Something like pic related but thicker soles? >Cars that will just run and don't require replacement of parts every four months. I see your point but I think this is a problem of aggregating a huge number of parts, each having an acceptable MTBF but together something will always fail. A return to simplicity and some redundancy would be good. A modern car has about 100 micro controllers, these are hardly bug free. >food that grows without having to spill your own blood on the soil for it to grow. Now that is probably simpler: growing algae at sea. You will need iron salting, which many want to forbid since it solves the CO2 issue, but it could work.

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