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/bun/ - Rabbit and Bunny Anonymous 11/08/2019 (Fri) 20:08:01 No.395 [Reply]
Bunnies or things related with bunnies
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I'm more into dogs and birds, but there's something really cute about the way rabbits look.

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/heavy/ Anonymous 03/02/2021 (Tue) 05:49:09 No.1079 [Reply]
This is your dark cave for discussion surrounding everything from the musical genres of rock and metal, along with its rolling prototype form. "Quick" riff samples and licks of history from its creators right here for your back & forth movement necessities. Nowadays i only listen to certain sub-genres, mainly the psychedelic, but sure as hellfire will upload artists of old playlists of mine ranging from progressive to the classic hardies and heavies. Check our mother thread /musicprod/ as well for more discussion: >>42 Not to be confused with the fine lads at /rocks/: >>2
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4 releases, 595MB in size (100+ are due to a scanned booklet lol), 320kbps converted from SACD or 8track-sourced FLACs. >(1968) Iron Butterfly ~ Heavy https://mega.nz/file/yUwmTTLY#evzNt-D_0RBgL0xiaShM1FnwdcslJs2KsGnpoVmJAmU >(1968) Iron Butterfly ~ In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida https://mega.nz/file/bBg01BJb#Iaz7PISijTAqM9asil2sjTxnyKh_IMaD3q0N_C6rNG4 >(1969) Iron Butterfly ~ Ball https://mega.nz/file/WF4EnZII#g9DrZjv0qMSkJrbGC2IcpgvU0SR5MdqRNfyANkAK13c >(1970) Iron Butterfly (with Pinera & Rhino) ~ Metamorphosis https://mega.nz/file/WJoUCRSA#sk2JN7Q6WV_cnmB6cePi6U7YxR6yRqpe-QR7mUxk5NY
How popular is rock with young people nowadays? I imagine it's kind of a niche thing nowadays. I went to school back when its glory days were over, but it still seemed to be the music of choice for adolescent males. I might dislike the metalcore music that was popular then, but at least it wasn't rap.

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/fusion/ Anonymous 03/21/2021 (Sun) 08:08:03 No.1109 [Reply]
The in-spot for appreciation of Jazz and its multiple off-shots, chiefly among them the flamboyant and ever-shifting Fusion genre along with some House and its evolution into Nü-Jazz. Pieces and solo-ing samples along with actual tiny bits of history (usually) will be served once in a while for performer context. These genres usually have the particularity that the bands are very temporal and/or have members with extensive side works so i will probably post the line-ups too in the webm dumps. Also fusion albums move very closely in the border of jazz, rock and funk so it won't be rare to post music that could very well fit into other genres, especially progressive rock. Check our mother thread /musicprod/ as well for more discussion: >>42
I was supposed to make this post earlier but i wanted to wait specifically on a March 21 to commemorate the birthday of what is, in my humble opinion after having heard plenty of music, the most advanced electric guitarist to have ever lived Two years ago was the date but procrastination impeded me, then one year ago i had most of it but J.W got the spam and today there's no limits other than never having completed it fully. I might wind some things and rush a bit, along with the topic being a bit too leaned on the Hard Rock side, but i want to express my fondness to this particular individual whom i never met but had in its scarce bio, but rich hearsay, the example of a man who lived life like not many did: In relative NEETdom, taking his careful and methodical time with his hobbies and reaching a technical pinnacle still seen as unreachable to this day, and without harming anything or anyone to the point of being considered a genuinely good person by most people who met him. If there ever was a kind of superior entity living among us in contemporary times, be it an "angel" or an "alien", this guy surely was one.
I don't really know anything about the genre, but I've loved this piece ever since I heard it.

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/fringe/ - Esoteric thread Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 20:52:56 No.78 [Reply] [Last]
Practices, spells, symbolism, etc
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>>1019 >>1034 >>1037 The great Pyramid's features align with many features of the Earth. The pyramids measures and details correspond to historic events and astronomical bodies. It is an "altar unto the lord", holy proportions set in stone. In A.D.33, the date marked by the end of the First Ascending Passage, Jesus announced to the Jews then inhabiting Palestine,"Your house is left unto you desolate." The Jews were thus cast off from Divine favour, in the meantime at anyrate, because of unfaithfulness. This indicates that Divine direction to the end in view continued, and must therefore have been switched from the Jews to another people. Druidism never opposed Christianity and eventually voluntarily merged with it. The old Druid religion taught the truth of the one great supreme God. The Ancient Britons of the British Isles were the first race to recognise Christ and became the pioneer nation in missionary work. Christ is a title meaning messiah - "the anointed one" which basically means "the savior having holy worth of god".

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>>1034 It's not Aryan/Jews but Sol/Saturn. (1) pure aryans don't exist anymore; (2) jews aren't at the top of the societal food chain—woe to those who believe so. But, the points made above dot disprove the jews' involvement.
>>1040 >(1) pure aryans don't exist anymore; What do you mean?
>>1034 >I find the people who believe the divine white man spirit narrative to be utter fucking morons I agree with white nationalists on a lot of things, but it's absolutely retarded to believe whites are members of some kind of god-like race. I don't see whites as being inherently great but everyone else tending to be even less competent. >>1041 I'm not sure if it's what he means, but in terms of population genetics pure proto-Indo-Europeans aren't really around anymore.
>>853 I don't think getting rid of negative thoughts is even necessary. From what I've read, it's the subconscious mind that you should be looking to change rather than the conscious mind.

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/caffe/ - Comfy Lounge Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 13:19:07 No.13 [Reply] [Last]
Chatposting, waifus and general discussion

No spam or repeated messages
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/pro/ - Raccoons Anonymous 02/13/2021 (Sat) 12:41:20 No.1053 [Reply]
This is the coon thread. Wanna see if there's any interest here. Post and discuss anything procyonid related.
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>>1074 Seals are more closely related to coons than tanukis
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>>>/pro/ is arrived

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/space/ - Space Anonymous 03/17/2021 (Wed) 12:22:49 No.1097 [Reply]
Outer space, constellations, astronomy & space travel
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>>1111 Nice digits Anon. Not to put too fine a point on it, but that image doesn't match the caption at all. A) That's clearly a dust-cloud within the Milky Way (note the stars, not galaxies in the background being obscured). B) At the (relatively near, cosmically-speaking) distance mentioned, something 1Gly in scale would obscure probably 30% of the background galaxies across the entire sky. No such phenomenon exists. One interesting phenomenon that does exist is the so-called 'Great Attractor'. It's basically the 'invisible' central mass of our local galactic super-cluster -- about which all it's galaxies co-orbit.
>>1113 Are you an astronomer? From my perspective its difficult to tell anything for sure without pics, graphs and so on to back it up, but its interesting that such things could be out there somewhere, if anyone says otherwise its on them to prove that there aren't any (which seems far fetched given current technology level and knowledge) The further out you go, the bigger the area for things to explore
>>1114 >Are you an astronomer? An amateur Astronomer, yes. I don't have much time for observations beyond simple stargazing a few times a week. >...if anyone says otherwise its on them to prove that there aren't any Actually, science and logic both operate in just the opposite way. The observable substantiates claims. The in-observable constitutes nothing more than speculation. Here's a simple example that might clarify this better. We have abundant, diverse observations in both astronomy and cosmology (as well as numerous corollary physics/chemistry data) that establish far beyond any reasonable doubt that the universe itself began in a hot creation event ~13.8Gya. This event is commonly referred to as 'The Big Bang' after the term derisively coined by the Astronomer Fred Hoyle in 1949. Along with many other scientists of his day, he wanted to ridicule the very idea that the universe had a beginning, because that implies directly there was a First Mover (another, even more ancient philosophy). This is, God created the universe. However, over decades of observations and using ever-newer instruments, the evidence mounted and was eventually irrefutable; the universe did have a very distinct beginning. Those are the science facts, again backed up by mountains of observational evidence. However, the controversy hasn't ended, with many scientists morally offended by the very idea there is evidence for the handiwork of a god. But, the evidence is now undeniable insofar as the origin of the universe goes, and the obvious metaphysical implications still abide. Accordingly, one of the many 'loopholes' that have been speculated is the so-called Multiverse Hypothesis. This is a fallacy. There is neither any way to observe a supposed other universe (more or less by definition), nor is there even the slightest shred of evidence for even one other, scientifically speaking. On the one hand, science has shown there is a temporal history to the universe. On the other hand, men have conjectured that proves proves nothing, and 'anything goes' could possibly be real.

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>>1115 I wonder if all these new satellites being launched might have any impact on stargazing >The observable substantiates claims. The in-observable constitutes nothing more than speculation. Observing of something that isn't there isn't any less valid than observing something that is there, now is it? I mean in this case its something that is observable (that there's seemingly nothing there) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Void_%28astronomy%29 Science merely means applied knowledge. As you say, it depends on what is known. Fact of the matter is there's this thing we call a universe, for now that is good enough.
A lot of intriguing observations have been made, some of them turn out to be something other than originally thought, some have yet to be explained and some have been confirmed (like some of the things in our solar system) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wow!_signal https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CA%BBOumuamua >>1098 https://www.space.com/exoplanet-candidate-spotted-alpha-centauri-a

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/musicprod/ - Music (and music production) Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 15:08:55 No.42 [Reply]
This thread is more general than the board was, you can share whatever songs or content related to music here (as long as its allowed by board and site rules)
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And there we go, jumped 4 as i am not too familiar with it and Armageddon is mostly his associates doing either remakes or one-offs, along with previously made songs from past games.
>>1010 Williams were really good with their pinball machines. Although I'm not a pinball fanatic, the two tables that stuck with me the most were Swords of Fury and The Twilight Zone. The former because the music was kinda dynamic as it starts off kind small, then it builds on top of itself as you progress further into the game. The multiball theme is kinda rockin', too. Twilight Zone was different since I was a fan of the classic series, and I really liked the gumball mechanic and the references to some cut material like The Power. I didn't know the main theme for the table was taken from Twilight Zone by Golden Earring, specifically around the middle section when it breaks down and it is just the riff playing followed by a guitar solo. Honorable mention goes to Black Knight 2000 since Ritchie provided his voice for the soundtrack and Forden also worked on it, too. I've seen the table for Black Knight a few years ago, but I didn't get to play on it sadly. Pinball machines are a sleeper when it comes to good music, and Williams were one of the few American companies with a competent sound team in terms of FM. Fun fact: Brian Schmidt, the composer of BK 2000 and SoF, would go on to work for Microsoft, specifically in the Audio department for the Original Xbox and created the start-up sound for the console. I liked the theme song from BK 2000 so much, that I composed it on the online nokia composer: https://zserge.com/nokia-composer/#eyJicG0iOiIxODAiLCJzb25nIjoiOGUxIDhlMSA4ZTEgOGUxIDhlMSA4ZzEgOGExIDRiMSA4YjEgOGIxIDhiMSA4YjEgOGcxIDhiMSA4YTEgOGcxIDhnMSA4ZzEgOGcxIDhnMSA4YjEgOGMyIDRkMiA4ZDIgOGIxIDhhMSA4ZDIgOGIxIDhhMSA4ZzEgOGUxIDhlMSA4ZTEgOGUxIDhlMSA4ZzEgOGExIDRiMSA4YjEgOGIxIDhiMSA4YjEgOGcxIDhiMSA4YTEgOGcxIDhnMSA4ZzEgOGcxIDhkMiA4ZzIgOGIxIDRkMiA4ZzIgOCNmMiA4ZDIgOGcyIDgjZjIgNGQyIn0=
I just got a Prophet-10. It seems pretty neat so far, although I still need more practice with subtractive synthesis.

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/hover/ - Hovercraft & Advanced Tech Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 12:30:32 No.4 [Reply] [Last]
Means for thrust, lift and things related
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>>1017 Some of what you mention may have merit, but I think Mehran Keshe may be a fraud. I did actual experiments like with those "bottle reactors" and never got anything out of it. I had a totally open mind while working on those experiments but was forced to conclude that Keshe's claims are dubious or that my setup was lacking something. Anyone can spout a bunch of unprovable things and claim them as true. I think a better approach is to do as Boyd Bushman said and "Follow the data". If you're getting something practical out, like in the case of the electrostatic lifters, or litting lightbulbs with cold electricity, then you got some result which can be worked with. If the result doesn't give anything useful (like with my attempts at reproducing Keshe's designs) then its pretty useless. In my view the aether is right on the border between the physical and non physical. How does one work with such a thing? Even working with hydrogen is pretty difficult. The cone spiral shapes are prominent also in Otis Carr's design (which is also kinda difficult to prove because it needs a lot of materials to make and the controlling of said craft had to rely on the operator instead of physical controls) a pretty alien design. A new field of explorative merit is emerging, called psychotronics. I admit that maybe some of Keshe's and others devices may have such qualities as to only allow certain users to get effects out. But in those instances it can become difficult to work with. Like John Hutchison alluded to becoming "a part of the circuit" would then be required. Most scientists don't do that consciously.
herro? according to new research, it may now be possible to construct the alcubierre warp drive using currently-known physics. the press release for it is here: https://www.uni-goettingen.de/en/3240.html?id=6192 >what are alcubierre warp drives? these type of ftl drives move the space around them in order to achieve ftl speeds. some long-standing problems for the warp drive were that it would have needed the existence of exotic matter/energy and tons of conventional energy to work, but this might not be necessary anymore. more info here: https://www.andersoninstitute.com/alcubierre-warp-drive.html
>>1094 I think I read about something like that, but it wasn't "alcubierre" warp drive, just warp drive which be less than light speed (which is still a good achievement if made) But this article you linked does seem to be about faster than light travel, its good that someone else considers it possible because travelling at sub light speeds may generally make it take very long to get anywhere in our outer space neighbourhood.
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