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  1. Thread: ms surface

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    Technology Gizmodo says that the pro version has a pressure...

    Gizmodo says that the pro version has a pressure sensitive pen, responsiveness looks pretty good from the video.
    Would anyone know if this is likely to have the grunt to run programs like zbrush? If...
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    At least there's a few sci-fi films coming up...

    At least there's a few sci-fi films coming up that could be good, like Elysium and Gravity, and they're making a movie of Snow Crash now.

    Communion, that movie scared the crap out of me as a kid....
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    I disagree about it being stupid to mention...

    I disagree about it being stupid to mention Darwin, Darwin did talk about abiogenesis, he wrote of a "warm little pond" of chemicals. And the movie was clearly about humans being created specially in...
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    I entered this contest too. ...

    I entered this contest too.
    http://www.instructables.com/id/A-sandstone-block-built-from-lego-blending-real-o/
    Good luck samohtep!
    1137 entries, yikes.
  5. I apologise if I interpreted Kev's words to have...

    I apologise if I interpreted Kev's words to have a meaning that he didn't intend. His comment struck me as sounding pretty sexist, so I was just asking him to clarify, is that so unreasonable?

    ...
  6. Ughh, no. I'm not a misogynist, I'm not assuming...

    Ughh, no. I'm not a misogynist, I'm not assuming that women are lesser, I'm assuming that Kev might hold a sexist viewpoint. Him saying that "nobody's equal" in the context of the question "For...
  7. Hehe, "Every mistake I make is not really a...

    Hehe, "Every mistake I make is not really a mistake, it's just me being so super extra smart that you can't even understand it 'cos you're so dumb". I remember playing as a kid, eventually some kid...
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    The jewel caterpillar:

    The jewel caterpillar:
  9. Wait, are we to take it from that comment that...

    Wait, are we to take it from that comment that you think that men and women aren't equal? So you're a total misogynist Kev?
  10. It seems pretty difficult to deny that there's a...

    It seems pretty difficult to deny that there's a diversity of views surrounding aesthetics (if I'm wrong in that regard then I'm happy to be corrected). Views in science converge upon the facts,...
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    Ants, via antweb...

    Ants, via antweb
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    You don't think that the presence of a nervous...

    You don't think that the presence of a nervous system is a significant difference between the two? To my way of thinking that's all that matters, the capacity to feel.


    Would it be fair to...
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    I'd argue that "I find it scary" is not an...

    I'd argue that "I find it scary" is not an adequate justification for killing a living creature.
  14. Thread: Gay Marriage

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    In Australia the overwhelming majority of people...

    In Australia the overwhelming majority of people support gay marriage, yet both major political parties oppose it. Its kind of astonishing that the more progressive and left wing political party is...
  15. I really liked Dark Light Years by Brian Aldiss,...

    I really liked Dark Light Years by Brian Aldiss, sort of a PK Dick or Kurt Vonnegut feel to it's very dark and misanthropic yet hilarious story.
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    Art: Just got my copy in the mail, just so...

    Just got my copy in the mail, just so spectacular, frigging amazing. I haven't read through the whole thing yet, but I really like the text so far. Is the "champions breakfasting" line a reference to...
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    It's a misconception that climate scientists are...

    It's a misconception that climate scientists are NOT subject to sufficient scrutiny, that's what peer review is for. The IPCC made some poorly researched claims about Himalayan Glaciers, and it was...
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    An argument from authority is not a logical...

    An argument from authority is not a logical fallacy if the authority in question has the relevant expertise and knowledge. If I deferred to authority of celebrities or politicians on the subject of...
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    After reading a bit more, the flatness in the...

    After reading a bit more, the flatness in the 21st century that Kev focuses on is attributed to the solar cycle, El Niño, and the sea absorbing more heat from the atmosphere. Note also that the model...
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    I apologise if it appeared that I was calling you...

    I apologise if it appeared that I was calling you a liar, though to be fair you did clearly say "NO COMPUTERS DURING THIS ERA THEREFORE THERE ARE NO CLIMATE PREDICTIONS TO CHECK", up to 1979, which...
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    My problem is that arguing that "nobody knows,...

    My problem is that arguing that "nobody knows, therefore I know" is logically unsound. Kev argues that we don't know how much warming doubling co2 will cause, therefore he knows that it won't be...
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    30 seconds on wikipedia:...

    30 seconds on wikipedia:
    http://www.grida.no/publications/other/ipcc_tar/?src=/climate/ipcc_tar/wg1/figspm-4.htm

    Look, I've already acknowledged that scientific papers are usually too technical...
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    Kev, I don't mean to be rude but your "Climate...

    Kev, I don't mean to be rude but your "Climate models for dummies" image is both factually wrong and logically unsound. Computer simulation started in the 50s, the first successful climate model was...
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    Anecdotal stories about what Freeman Dyson's...

    Anecdotal stories about what Freeman Dyson's friends think hold little weight. Smart counts for little if you're not an expert in the field. To quote Dyson, emphasis is mine:
    "I don’t claim to be an...
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    You insist on focusing on the past 13 years, when...

    You insist on focusing on the past 13 years, when I pointed out the problem with that you corrected yourself by focusing on an even smaller time, going smaller makes it a worse cherry pick when...
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