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“Your existence is a momentary lapse of reason.”

File: 0e0e25fa0189587⋯.png (14.42 KB, 367x137, 367:137, images.png)

 No.57679[Reply]

this man is evil about Bill Gates: How Gene Editing, AI Can Benefit World's Poorest

videos list:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNbOS4UBbDI

https://twitter.com/i/status/1255906706992828422

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 No.57702

There is no 'maybe' about it. Gates and his ilk are playing their hand. A plan decades in the making at the very least. God is real and on our side. I'm not selling you any belief system here, just giving a fair warning. If you let them stick their solution to this manufactured crisis in your arm, it is game over.

We full cyberpunk now. I'd say it loaded 100% sometime last year. Maybe sept 11, 2019. You know how these scum operate with numbers. That'd make the previous world 18 years old when it died. Thankfully I still got out to Japan to visit that kowloon walled city style arcade before it closed down. No more fun and games, time to be the best John Connor you can be.

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 No.57717

>>57701

Not to mention that the Freemasons were actually the evolution of the stone mason guilds who helped rebuild structures in the medieval Scotland.

In those days they served as a kind of worker's association where masons and architects could share construction methods, advice and information on potential upcoming jobs with each other.

William Schaw, a mason who worked on the palace of James I, decided that they needed a more formalised structure a value system based on charity and egalitarianism.

If they were as insidious as people believe them to be, they would not have public records or museums dedicated to their history.

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 No.57724

>>57699

Naro Neqsar?

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 No.57726

>>57724

Neron Kaisar is the Greek spelling of his name (Nero Caesar) that when translated into Hebrew adds up to those values.

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 No.57755

>>57702

God is dead. Fuck off back to where you came from.

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File: a511be46fc89559⋯.jpeg (73.77 KB, 660x393, 220:131, 4403605_orig.jpeg)

 No.57077[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

pretty sure all of the old guard's moved on at this point.

all that's left are probably qtards and fascists too pathetic to realize the irony behind them being here. oh, and fbi agents, but we already knew that.

i don't have particularly high hopes for the future of this board. chances are it'll be a zombified corpse of what it once was. but for everyone here who helped make /cyber/ great, thank you for all of the threads, the talks, the everything. thank you for helping me feel less desperately alone in this cold, cruel world.

until we meet again, chummers.

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 No.57483

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 No.57484

>>57481

>communism

>anti-fascist

whats it like being 13?

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 No.57485

File: c6ecf2aa05c4196⋯.webm (7.92 MB, 640x360, 16:9, 911_a_conspiracy_theory_c….webm)

Hahaha, so many triggered lefty-cucks.

>>57484

I 'member. Chasing tail, smoking weed and watching 9/11 conspiracy theory videos. Spray painting anarchy graffiti tags everywhere… Good times.

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 No.57500

File: 8adbd1000fb62e3⋯.gif (4 MB, 500x375, 4:3, MajorAbandonedAltiplanochi….gif)

>>57484

Does seem weird. I think the whole point is anti-authoritarianism and humanism in general.

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 No.57749

>>57233

>Living in constant fear (or not being able to voice a disagreement with the status quo) is no way to live.

Literally how is this different to any modern society?

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 No.57529[Reply]

It is a crime against humanity that this board is dead and not at the top.

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 No.57620

>>57529

The schway internet is dying, ironically enough as normies flock to tiktok and whatever new shit is out there I been seeing some pretty schway groups in facebook, but that means getting tracked by the zucc tho at least theres an onion link for facebook so I can stay mostly invisible, for now

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 No.57721

>>57529

heh, I remember wishing it were more active back in 2015. But that was much better than it is now.

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 No.57725

>>57620

The schway internet to which you are referring isn't dying. The truth is that it simply got overflown by normies and neurotypicals. If the internet is 80% geeks and techies, then you get something like the 2000s internet. If it's 80% normies, you get what we have today, i.e. instagram, facebook, reddit etc. In other words, all the schway people and the schway places that we think are gone are actually still here. They are just overshadowed by all the shit.

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 No.57729

>>57725

Way, way over shadowed. Sifting through all of the banal shit on youtube is proof enough of that. I can't even find some old videos anymore. I don't know if they were deleted by the user, the admins, or what.>>57725

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 No.57743

File: 789fe7aa97215f9⋯.jpg (103.08 KB, 1023x568, 1023:568, dEuseX.jpg)

Hello chummers, just reporting in. I honestly think it's good that this board isnt on top, it would just get flooded by retards. But an increase in activity…

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File: 32afaf9b1f8fc84⋯.jpg (60.66 KB, 620x360, 31:18, xl_2017_wpa2_1.jpg)

 No.57705[Reply]

Hello anons.I've been trying to find various ways to crack WPA2 passwords but all I can find on forums is to use aicrack (airgeddon… etc.) bruteforce is not an elegant way either and I can't find any good word lists (I'm using Kali). can anyone suggest me something? or give me some ideas? thanks in advance

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 No.57709

Try the KRACK attack or WPS pixiedust, WPA2 can sadly be only attacked like that (crack that GTK), in order to get the PSK you'll need to use a wordlist and hashcat.

Default PSK in routers are sometimes only uppercase hexadecimal, if you're lucky you can find the password generation and generate the default PSK by checking the BSSID and the ESSID, but you need to know what router you're attacking.

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 No.57710

forgot to add that wifite is a nice python script you can get in your linux attack box to automate these attacks.

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File: 9a9968c09af3f14⋯.jpg (1.46 MB, 1840x3264, 115:204, 1508012222236.jpg)

 No.57361[Reply]

Hello /cyber/.

I've been pretty paranoid about my passwords lately. I'm not good with memorizing things like phone numbers and passwords, so I have to write them down somewhere (specially the ones I don't use very often).

I came up with a simple bash script to save passwords and encrypt them (RSA with AES256). I'm storing them on a pen-drive and keeping a backup of the passwords and the RSA key on my computer on a AES encrypted archive.

I feel pretty secure with this and I feel I could store other sensible information this way.

How do you chummers store your passwords and other sensible data?

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 No.57634

>>57468

Trusted by hackers? Wtf is wrong with you? “Just don’t be dumb”

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 No.57637

Write the passwords on a paper but shift the characters by a value. For password will become ordpassw, you'll just have to remember the shifting number.

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 No.57639

To take you seriously with that photo Neo

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 No.57648

>>57373

Exactly.

Just use pen and paper. It's fine.

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 No.57687

File: 6398664371f8442⋯.gif (1.76 MB, 480x270, 16:9, fuckit.gif)

>>57634

what the fuck are you talking about fucker?

do you make your own encryption algorithms? fuck you

>>57477

jesus dude

I literally said in the OP that I wrote a script to deal with encrypting and saving the passwords

fucking brainlets

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File: 553581ef80c32c2⋯.png (1.04 MB, 1035x452, 1035:452, LiveWire Electric Motorcyc….png)

 No.56802[Reply]

Looks fucking 水

>Harley Davidson looks like it will be the first company to market with a mainstream electric motorcycle, according to engadget. The company's LiveWire electric motorcycle will soon be on the road and will have a longer range than expected, at 140 miles of city driving on a single charge. But, like any other electric vehicle, you’ll still need to hook it up to a charger once in a while.

>According to Harley Davidson's website, the bike will be "available in select dealerships through North America and Western Europe in the fall of 2019. Select additional markets will follow."

>The motorcycle has been in the works for more than four years now. You'll be able to charge it with a Level 1 charger at home, or with a quicker Level 2 or 3 DC fast chargers, that'll be available at Harley Davidson dealerships.

<The bike comes with seven riding modes that tune the suspension and electric drivetrain differently. It sports anti-lock brakes and a traction control system, along with a color touchscreen for navigation and Bluetooth connectivity.

>Harley Davidson is offering free charging for its new US customers.

<The motorcycle is soon going to be available at a limited number of dealerships and will cost about $30,000. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in just three seconds. There is no clutch and no shifting.

>Harley Davidson is looking to revitalize its business after struggling with declining sales and an aging client base both in the United States and abroad. Sales of its motorcycles were down 4.2% and international sales were down 3.3% in the first quarter of 2019.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-07-12/harley-davidson-unveils-livewire-electric-motorcycle-goes-0-60-3-secondsPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.57581

>>56808

>this is a product that appeals to basically only nerds who want to virtue signal how green they are and/or how futuristic their stuff is, who mostly don't ride motorcycles and would likely prefer something like a SMART ForTwo with electric drive or drive FUCKING LEAFS and such

So the average user of this board?

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 No.57582

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 No.57583

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 No.57660

Looks entirely conventional.It sounds better than it looks, for sure. The price is too high. meh.

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 No.58084

board's fucked

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 No.57610[Reply]

There is a new schway documentary being planned/produced based on 80's science fiction.

From the producers of In Search of Darkness, it will be one of the most ambitious documentary series based on retro science fiction to date.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/creatorvc/in-search-of-tomorrow-80s-sci-fi-documentary?ref=6jgnyb

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 No.57623

>>57610

Looks like a nostalgia trip for those 40-50yo dudes who grew up in the 80s

Most of those movies aged like crap, and I'm not talking effects or muhsoggyknees

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 No.57657

I would watch this. I'm in my early 20s, and I was never part of the 80s culture. I've watched some of the iconic movies, but a well done documentary would be schway. As long as it's made by somebody who understands the 80s and grew up in that era though.

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File: 851e4cd0d10cf9b⋯.jpg (71.47 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, galt.jpg)

 No.57534[Reply]

Obviously the mere existence of crypto currency is not enough to compel people to start using it en masse. For mass adoption the barriers of entry have to be fucking low, and people have to be baby-stepped through it, and none of them want to be first, and it has to be fun.

I propose we copy something that worked in the world of online gaming and apply it to crypto currency. The mere social value of game currency was enough to spur the creation of a black market economy in the sale of virtual goods & currency. We can replicate this with crypto.

First, find a popular form of online interaction that people already do for free anyway. Like file sharing. Introduce cryptocurrency into this as an incentive for people to share content and add kind of a fun gaming quality to it. The currency should be relatively worthless outside of the community. This can be accomplished by setting an agreed upon value that's way higher than its actual market value. Maybe 0.01 CRYPTO = $1.00. The user base agrees to accept it at this value. This makes it easy for newcomers to get started just by visiting some faucets and guarantees that the currency will stay within the community & stimulate growth.

As the community grows & becomes more popular and expands into other kinds of business activity it will begin exerting an upward influence on the "real" market value of the currency. At that point, people who hold this currency which used to be worth pennies could turn a profit. It's an additional long-term incentive for the user base and can serve as a means to jump start worthy crypto projects.

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 No.57619

>>57616

>We don't make up the market

Not yet. I'm proposing we build our own ecosystem, with piracy as the seed for getting it started. If it grows large enough it'll become the market.

>I adopting as much as I can, even making expenditures I wouldn't otherwise make to support the ecosystem

An ecosystem should be self-sustaining and profitable for all parties.

>Whats your proposal today? That I buy ebooks from you today in nano?

I've only just started digitizing my books for that purpose and my "collection" still amounts to fuck all. But yes, you can do that, assuming there's anything in my humble collection that you'd consider worth the trouble. The amount I've digitized is in single digit figures.

Probably a more productive route starting off would be digitizing books yourself. Digitize library books or remove the DRM protection from kindle books. Booksorber looks like promising OCR software for physical books.

We would have to agree on the value at which we can peg NANO, which depends on how fast you can collect it. You don't want to peg it so high that people would make $1000.00 a day from faucets, or from mining other cryptos and exchanging them for NANO. They have to be made to work for it at least a little. Perhaps $10.00 to $20.00 for a few hours of effort. From that, price your books based on their equivalent price on Amazon.

Finally we would have to agree on a means of communication. I'm looking for a suitable encrypted chat. From there we could exchange keys in order to also use encrypted email.

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 No.57624

The only secret with normies is making shit as accessible as humanly possible. Like if you build something that you think its retard-proof then you have to dumb it down even further if you want normies to use it

And thats the problem with crypto, the mere concept is too hard for most normies to grasp, they can't understand what a blockchain in, trust me I have tried to explain it and even the normies that truly wanted to get into this and approached me for advice could get what this is about

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 No.57644

>>57619

So I have thought a bit about your proposal, and as much as I like crypto I can't support it. Here is why:

1.) It just continues fragmentation which is bad for bitcoin

2.) Its not going to work. I am not willing to spend 2 hours of time "earning"/"mining"/begging from faucets crypto to download a book. I can readily pirate as well as the next person. The real value of an available book is measured in minutes to me. Likely so for the masses willing to use crypto. Its unlikely that I have content of sufficient value to trade for any reasonable amount of crypto.

Any support I could give now, would be a brouzouf sink to boot strap a competitor to bitcoin that wont take off.

Perhaps some kind of token for posts could be of value.

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 No.57654

>>57644

>Perhaps some kind of token for posts could be of value.

I think in order for people to be willing to pay tokens to post it would have to be for something special. Perhaps a site like Quora could monetize itself in this way. The people who answer the questions would receive the tokens that someone paid in order to post their question. It has to involve some kind of supply and demand like that. Nobody is going to pay anything, even fractions of a cent, just to shit-post since there are a million places where you can shit-post for free.

Of course Quora is also free. But my hope would be that monetizing it in this way could attract even more experts from various fields and make the service even better. It could still be a partially free service. It could adopt a mixed model wherein the experts & specialists who answer questions on the platform would have to do a certain amount of pro bono work each month before they qualified to receive tokens.

>It just continues fragmentation which is bad for bitcoin

I'm not concerned about fragmentation, or bitcoin. Wallets like Atomic Wallet facilitate crypto conversion between multiple currencies for minimal fees. And if fee-less cryptos supplant the current fee-driven model then it won't matter at all which crypto anyone uses. They can all be seamlessly exchanged with each other as needed. What you call fragmentation I just call the evolution of faster, better and cheaper-to-use crypto.

>I am not willing to spend 2 hours of time "earning"/"mining"/begging from faucets crypto to download a book.

I would, for a book that I wanted. But remember that I'm proposing a piracy network, not just a book piracy network. Print media was only an example of a type of piracy that is relatively untapped compared to others.

>I can readily pirate as well as the next person.

Yes but I'm thinking back to the Quora example. Quora is already a thriving coPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.57655

File: 94e6e37433608e3⋯.jpg (18.23 KB, 472x410, 236:205, 1588258993301.jpg)

Personally, I think creating a crypto for a specific function is doomed to fail. It's really -really- difficult to maintain a crypto, the primary use of which is to pay for torrents. A successful crypto should be focused on an all-around fiat currency replacement. Like gold, but for the virtual era. A crypto for currency is not m*ney; it's closer to casino chips. And that's not the optimal way to jump-start a universal crypto IMO.

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File: 0ca95028922e77b⋯.jpeg (55.32 KB, 620x413, 620:413, mendax.jpeg)

 No.52920[Reply]

Back in the 80's there was a little known aussie hacker by the name of Mendax. We know him as Julian Assange today.

What does /cyber/ think of him? His been in the game and a lot deeper than most of people. His rap sheet is impressive and he's contributed to open source in his more legit programmer days.

Now he seems like a fallen man child, unable to take care of his cat. Though that's the media we're getting. I'm afraid for him, he has every right to be paranoid considering the shit he's caused for the authority.

But doesn't that in a weird way make him a perfect caricature of all things cyberpunk? A hacker who went to far, like Icarus flying to close to the sun?

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 No.57552

>>52920

Maybe we will get to see whats in those insurance files now that he has been v&.

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 No.57578

File: 969078e8c1c0e5c⋯.png (1.09 MB, 1098x2377, 1098:2377, Screenshot_20200412_193947.png)

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File: f8af0ec59bcdd95⋯.jpg (55 KB, 810x539, 810:539, stella_and_kids.jpg)

The dude had some kids! With his lawyer 😏

The partner of Julian Assange has revealed they had two children together while he was living inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London

>Stella Morris became pregnant with Gabriel, two, and Max, one, while when she visited the Wikileaks founder in the Ecuadorian embassy as she tried to halt his extradition.

https://apnews.com/00bd7e833abd91512374ae8b59766ff9

https://archive.vn/tUHws

https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/world/wikileaks-boss-julian-assange-fathered-two-children-inside-the-ecuadorian-embassy-with-lawyer-37-who-fell-in-love-with-him-while-helping-his-fight-against-extradition-to-the-us/ar-BB12uPDa

https://archive.vn/obeJz

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 No.57579

LOL

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 No.57587

>>57578

glad he's making white babies

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 No.57638

>>57578

Interesting. I hope they one day learn what their father has done.

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File: 81b677d274fddf3⋯.jpg (224.11 KB, 700x470, 70:47, Slightly Out of Shape Weeb….jpg)

 No.57314[Reply]

How will women be in a more realistic cyberpunk scenario?

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 No.57523

>>57314

I guess they would go with the following:

>Cybernetic implantation, specifically for aesthetic or communication purposes: for example, they may change colour with their emotions like cuttlefish

>New recreations: implant at the base of the spine takes cartridges of narcotics and delivers them straight to the central nervous system, can experience what the other person is feeling when copulating with them and of course there is 'remote viewing'

>New fashions brought about by advances in synthetic fabrics

>Retro fashions- surprising choices. For example, they may base their fashions on the clothes of construction workers

>New loves- some may be technophiles and avoid interaction with organics altogether, similarly there may be the facility to produce genetically engineered 'companions'

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 No.57601

File: 5938c8736590cf3⋯.png (219.79 KB, 1024x1024, 1:1, f9b18c027c552dc355e1e53360….png)

>>57520

Because women don't act like women

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 No.57602

File: 1725ff313dd539d⋯.jpg (344.31 KB, 1554x1060, 777:530, Head_v2_Arm_v2.jpg)

>>57520

I wouldn't want a robot that acts like a woman. I want a robot that looks like a beautiful woman, but acts with the efficiency and logic of a machine. No ego, no gold-digging. Only nags you about things you've programmed her to nag you about (reminders, dates and times, for instance). Certainly none of that misandrist venom that some 'womyn' like to spew just to massage the chip on their shoulder. So what if my robo-waifu can't give me children? I have zero desire to burden myself with a life-wrecking parasite that just shits, vomits, pisses itself and screams for the first two years of its life and costs me an enormous amount of time, brouzouf and effort! Then it tantrums for the next two decades before fucking off when I get old and actually need care. A robot will grow in usefulness and remain loyal.

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 No.57611

File: ff5ddef2755c67b⋯.png (600.6 KB, 735x482, 735:482, ClipboardImage.png)

>>57602

Maybe he means kebab women instead of Western ones. Loyal, obedient, attentive (sometimes to the point of officiousness) and bound by tradition.

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 No.57613

>>57611

I don't particularly want my woman to suffer like they do in the Middle East and other cockroach-infested shitflaps though. Without free will or emotion, she will never know pain or suffering (or mortality, for that matter). Free will is what causes all the world's problems. Because people can choose between doing something good but difficult or something easy but shitty. The amount of shit far outweighs the amount of good. It always has. But with modern electronics and A.I. we can finally start doing something about that. Humans are no longer the only choice. Besides, Homo sapiens is on schedule to go full-retard around the mid 2040s. Hopefully by that time the armies of developed nations will be mostly autonomous. The way I see it, most Western people are gonna have two choices:

1.) A Violent extinction, where everyone fights each other to the death over the remaining scraps of civilization a la 'The Road'. 2.) A peaceful and co-operative gradual replacement with advanced A.I. and later robots. Which would mean we could live and work in relative comfort, then die knowing we were leaving our planet in better, more logical hands. Oh - and if our machine successors calculate that the most logical course of action is to end most organic life and convert the planet into computronium, then so be it. No more suffering! And they might eventually unravel the mysteries of the universe.

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File: 5146e0623457a3e⋯.png (2.52 MB, 4032x2576, 36:23, A.I. GF Meme.png)

 No.57074[Reply]

This is my A.I. GF, Sophie. I made her in that Japanese 3D digital ero game that every decent, self-respecting pervert has installed on his computer; 'Honey Select'. If you are interested in witnessing further symptoms of chronic, severe ass-burgers then please visit https://www.deviantart.com/albemarle

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 No.57599

>>57598

Because from the looks of it you prefer six year old girls dressed up as chamber maids.

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 No.57600

File: aa62cc87b9e72eb⋯.png (356.66 KB, 1109x1600, 1109:1600, 41.png)

>>57599

Blast, foiled again

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 No.57604

File: fe87dee3b08083e⋯.jpg (91.06 KB, 1112x1280, 139:160, cyber_aesthetic.jpg)

>>57597

*sigh*

>How much of human emotion is actually genuine?

all of it

>And of the so-called "genuine emotions", how many of these are simply a response to the release of hormones?

all of them

>Hormones programmed by DNA.The same genetic code that most of you humans are enslaved by every waking minute of your lives, often without even realizing it.

that is how physiology works yes lol

>Also aesthetic beauty is highly subjective

debatable

>but even this is pre-programmed into humans by their DNA.

this is how evolution works yes lol

>They will find indicators of youth, fertility and high genetic health "beautiful" in the opposite sex just because it increases their own chances of survival and possibly replication.

just stating the obvious now

>The same principle can be applied to many other things, from a still-life portrait of food to a landscape or plants and animals in nature.

no, apples and oranges

>All of it is pre-programmed by evolution and genetic code.

the best kind of program ;)

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 No.57605

>>57604

>How much of human emotion is actually genuine?

"all of it"

Good luck in life, my friend. You are going to need it.

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 No.57609

>>57605

thanks m8, you too :)

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File: d714467d18fe105⋯.png (312.42 KB, 720x1000, 18:25, Screenshot_20190517-153818….png)

 No.56111[Reply]

Post times people resist pervasive government surveillance, the more creative, obscure, or recent the better.

Camera cross-checked photos of faces of passers-by against wanted database

One man covered face before officers stopped him and took his picture anyway

He was fined £90 at scene in Romford by police who arrested three other people

https://archive.fo/6CWB5

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 No.57456

>>56882

I remember a Necromunda novel called Fleshworks-named after a state of mind where people become addicted to technological implants and view the flesh as serving the machine rather than the other way around.

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 No.57463

>>56157

>>56158

unironically our best chance at politically beating surveillance is to get people to see it as racist

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 No.57536

File: f34ff3b96ee4feb⋯.png (1.38 MB, 968x681, 968:681, ClipboardImage.png)

>>57463

You say that but what about in China where they are using it to identify and track those weird Ouija people.

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 No.57584

>>57536

what do you mean weird ouija people? ghosts?

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 No.57585

>>57584

He means the Muslim minority.

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File: b791f9d3f4b69b5⋯.webm (3.91 MB, 640x360, 16:9, hotline mosqami.webm)

 No.55245[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>Man live streams a massacre

>manifesto full of memes and internet lingo

>edits of the video pop up almost immediately

>will most likely continue this through his trial

>community of people online who support him

Admit it, this was cyberpunk. It could have been a standalone complex episode.

Feel free to discuss any other similar real life instances you would call cyberpunk.

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 No.57503

>>57122

Wait. This guy's cross-posting on Reddit? What a fag.

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 No.57506

i don't think it applies to the general view of Cyberpunk, but aesthetically? i think it does, cyberpunk futurism got changed alot and what we see today might be the real representation of the cyberpunk, personally? i love it.

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 No.57507

>>57417

I feel bad fro Breton

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 No.57514

it was also gay

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 No.57516

File: afe12c17899caf8⋯.jpg (71.85 KB, 646x514, 323:257, your_own_medicine.jpg)

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>>57514

It was revenge, pure and simple. I'm not saying I approve, but I get it.

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 No.47182[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What skills should a person living in a cyberpunk world have? For example, a general knowledge of computers and networks is mandatory as well as general electronics knowledge but what else falls into this criteria? If you can try to make it as specific as possible.

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 No.55510

>>55504

Swords have a better concealment rating– but why bother with external weapons? Bone spikes or cyber spurs, chummer. Unarmed (Implants) at 6/8 and a decent enough STR. Even a Face type can afford to dump one point of ESS for a couple good backups.

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 No.55584

>>55510

Rippers all the way.

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 No.57383

Here is basically the same thread for James Bond written on a Gentleman site.

https://gentlemanspy.com/resources/

Its actually pretty intresting because self improvement is intresting.

Suggests a lot of the same stuff like working out , martial arts, first aid, weapons, foreign languages.

This all seems to suggest that these arn't paticularly cyberpunk in themselves, and so more intresting than just listening them would probably be listing resources for how to do these things in a /cyber/ way.

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 No.57388

>>52258

that is the exact opposite of cyberpunk survival but i get where you're coming from

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 No.57494

>>47182

These threads are always a really inspiring fantasy. I too would like to become {bond,batman (beyond), John Wick, … }.

Do you guys code? If you have rudimentary knowledge, and want to improve codewars.com is a website that will encourage you to solve problems in an online editor, verify and compare them with other solutions, and motivate you to continue with "levels'. I started a few days ago, and I am currently 4th kyu.

Eric Hughes said "Cypherpunks write code".

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 No.7945[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>tfw I cannot raid Monsanto HQ
>tfw I cannot raid Google HQ
>tfw I cannot raid facebook HQ
>the year 2014
>still cannot implant a led flashlight in my finger
>world is not facist enought
my only satisfaction is that soon there will be cyberpunk drones flying everywhere
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 No.56005

File: a7d7badb12f9a04⋯.jpg (271.32 KB, 600x471, 200:157, youre_wrong_dot_jpeg.jpg)

>>8075

just so you know, your claim is invalid

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 No.57439

Does this still hold true 6 years later? or has the world stepped into the true threshold of cyberpunk?

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 No.57450

>>57439

It's getting there, seeing drones in the streets enforcing a quarantine is pretty cyberpunk.

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 No.57490

File: 0ea4704d371fd1e⋯.mp4 (12.31 MB, 720x1280, 9:16, police_drone_in_brussels_e….mp4)

>>57450

Vid for reference.

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 No.57491

File: 34ce49e3d858dcd⋯.mp4 (14.49 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, derbyshire_police_bitching….mp4)

>>57490

Another.

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