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2014-07-22
It's interesting to actually apply arguments against BitCoin to accepted money and see how it plays out.

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2014-06-22
I suppose if the Soldiers are on a "soft shoe profile" that doesn't count as boots.

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2013-12-06
When in doubt about leaving a miner running ... leave it running.

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2011-02-24
It's hard to take a country seriously when their President is this stupid.

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2016-07-03
It's almost as if these engineers have never watched a cyborg apocalypse movie.

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2008-05-16
This is how USAF will distribute it's weekly safety messages to airmen.

[view] [2,373 page views]

2016-02-02
Wait ... what? #facepalm

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2017-02-16
Some in the Army call me unprofessional for hating DISA ... I don't care.

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2011-06-21
Not when WE do it ... only when THEY do it to us, right?

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2016-06-13
But can it write the movie with Zombies?

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2010-06-17
In some cultures - only status matters.

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2007-01-12
Congress does not seem to understand the authority it holds from the Constitution. The ability to end any presence of American forces overseas rests entirely in their hands.

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2006-04-12
The X-37 is certainly one of the most mysterious government space craft around.

[view] [1,640 page views]

2016-04-08
When competing vendors with different solutions can demonstrate a cooperative success across such a vast distance, over varying road laws, with live congestion, that is a sign of major progress and an elimination of human jobs.

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2008-02-21
That's one way to find unwitting participants for your cause ...

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2010-07-07
This was a fun brain teaser to model in code.

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2011-11-07
Although it's the typical Spy vs Spy exchange, other nations use their collected information for corporate, economic profit.

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2008-09-03
For the conspiracy theorists out there, the United States did NOT get the first oil contracts out of Iraq.

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2008-07-31
Surprised? China gets their way again.

[view] [3,262 page views]

2008-02-05
Fighting a peer nation-state adversary is NOT the same as the COIN fight of the past two decades.

[view] [2,694 page views]

2011-11-21
Are there really people that still believe US adversaries aren't taking advantage of the US?

[view] [1,695 page views]

2011-08-26
China got caught with their pants down.

[view] [1,198 page views]

2014-12-12
Was there value to releasing the report publicly - especially if core information is still not available publicly anyway?

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2008-05-01
It's almost as if everyone forgets these words were spoken.

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2016-06-03
Do AI's dream of electric sheep?

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2019-04-14
Because nothing is ever easy during a system upgrade, right?

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2008-07-02
Personally, I'm okay with this ... terrorists be damned.

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2007-12-06
Politicians and their plotting are why we can't have nice things.

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2019-05-24
As if the Internet wasn't already untrustworthy, it's becoming too easy to fabricate everything.

[view] [935 page views]

2017-10-29
Okay it's not that sensationalist, but the DoE just released a podcast discussing the real physics research into things like Stranger Things.

[view] [2,235 page views]

2013-07-10
No personnel would have survived the mass firing that would have ensued had this rollout been done at a commercial entity focused on productivity.

[view] [2,537 page views]

2008-12-16
Viewing the "sandal thrower" as success is not obvious - until you consider this never would have happened under the prior regime.

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2010-06-18
It's always nice to export something other than opium.

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2012-01-13
I wonder if there ought to be a separate doomsday clock unrelated to nuclear weapons so more appropriate "timekeepers" can be tied to it.

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2011-01-31
Americans don't realize how easy they have it in political change compared to everyone else in the world.

[view] [1,339 page views]

2011-10-25
That's ... not the way I want to leave this world.

[view] [1,303 page views]

2013-10-26
They always object until they're caught doing it, too.

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2012-07-25
Iran's SCADA is the Poland of Cyberspace

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2016-04-27
The Pentagon Wars was not so much a comedy as it was both "sad documentary" and "sad prophecy."

[view] [2,234 page views]

2007-05-01
It's like they're not even trying to be independent.

[view] [7,178 page views]

2019-08-12
Unfortunately, it's a $100 part for breaking a single wire ... but do it yourself in 20 minutes and save on labor fees.

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2019-03-04
Quality Control seems to be an option for manufacturers these days.

[view] [2,102 page views]

2015-12-02
I would like to watch AI racing!

[view] [947 page views]

2010-07-17
It doesn't matter who is in charge ... nothing changes.

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2013-05-01
I only WISH I had bought them at $4 each.

[view] [1,409 page views]

2014-01-09
Now that CPU and GPU home mining is not cost effective, how does one get involved with BitCoins?

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2017-11-28
It's the special time of the year when it's oh so fun to make fun of the Naval Academy.

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2010-02-04
... awkward.

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2015-11-09
Now we can all make SkyNet.

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2011-11-01
It was interesting they had to teach the cars to be more aggressive.

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2019-06-01
Who thought it was a good idea to train an AI to efficiently engage in combat killing people? Apparently researchers.

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2009-08-06
Considering Bill Clinton's history with North Korea, this particular one just defies logic.

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2012-04-17
Considering they have all the seized counterfeit money, this should have been easier.

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2014-01-15
The days of mining Bitcoins at home are gone, but several alternate digital currencies like Litecoin, Peercoin, and Feathercoin are still within reach.

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2014-08-29
Don't pay hundreds of dollars to a dealer to replace your disc brake pads. With a few tools and about 30 minutes, you can do it yourself easily.

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2015-12-18
Humans are always the weakest link.

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2011-11-07
... and they wonder why they can't have nice things?

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2008-07-17
Do the ends justify the means if it endangers everyone going forward?

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2013-02-09
And they would've gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for those meddling kids.

[view] [705 page views]

2011-10-13
But it's cool, Iran swears they don't do this stuff!

[view] [1,102 page views]

2011-11-30
It's almost like embassy storming is an Iranian past time.

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2013-12-21
I wonder what his offspring will be like?

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2010-11-24
57 years these two countries have been fighting each other.

[view] [1,414 page views]

2012-09-05
People put a lot of trust into AI without really understanding how miscreants can corrupt it.

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2016-03-25
Not even our Artificial Intelligence can play well with others.

[view] [1,453 page views]

2008-06-29
Despite a general poor turnout of American voters and terrible electronic security, compared to other countries, US voters have it pretty good.

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2014-12-19
Now I wish I'd kept it going!

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2010-03-26
There's an inevitable trust paradox when it comes to working with nuclear weapons.

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2008-01-26
"$50 dollar bills! $50 dollar bills!" ~ Data, the Goonies

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2009-04-05
And just like that ... the years of failure were finally legit.

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2008-04-28
Kim Jong-Il and Bashar al-Assad walk into a bar ... nothing funny happens, it's shady as shit.

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2010-06-29
Sometimes the simplest examples have the most convoluted answers.

[view] [2,468 page views]

2008-01-14
Everyone wants privacy until it protects pedophiles and terrorists.

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2016-06-02
Oh - it seems so obvious now.

[view] [748 page views]

2011-05-31
I'll see your bet ... and raise you FREEDOM.

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2011-12-12
Awww damn, that remote pilot was probably like, "Do I get to respawn?"

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2009-12-20
It almost doesn't make sense to even have manned vehicles anymore.

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2008-02-03
The art of military deception is timeless and practiced by all - though its best when it works in your favor.

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2009-05-25
The DPRK took advantage of the world's attention being turned elsewhere ...

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2014-12-18
For the record North Korea, I loved The Interview.

[view] [782 page views]

2019-06-30
Self driving cars should make things safer by taking unreliable human drivers out of the mix - unless we mess with them.

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2010-06-15
Face it - humans aren't the traders anymore.

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2016-10-04
According to the Netflix series Stranger Things ... the Department of Energy uses children to summon monsters from other dimensions into our world and then cover it up through violence.

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2009-03-29
A cat backed into a corner is not an ideal situation ... a crazy cat in a corner is completely unpredictable.

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2006-08-24
This is basically why nobody respects the European militaries or the UN Security Council.

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2007-09-13
They never really went away ...

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2000-05-01
An historical look at the German roots that formed America's Airborne in WWII.

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2009-06-30
... the beginning of an end. Or is it?

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2010-09-27
I want to make up a useless job and get paid well, too.

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2005-11-20
And now ... we have a new Pacific hegemon.

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2012-06-05
I suppose that's the prerogative of an original classification source.

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2015-10-07
I don't think "our bad" is going to get them out of this one.

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2013-08-13
Cover-up or Security?

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2013-03-15
You just can't make this stuff up.

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2018-09-30
It's almost too easy to fabricate fake videos now.

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2013-08-18
EU hypocrisy at it's finest.

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2012-04-28
"No Touchbacks" only works on the playground apparently.

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2011-11-09
Everyone smiles yet everyone hates each other.

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2011-02-17
I used to lose on Jeopardy to the Nintendo ... now all of humanity loses.

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2013-01-11
Do you want snarky robots, Lana? Because that's how you get snarky robots.

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2011-05-02
Mission Complete right?

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2010-09-28
... perhaps one of the most epic cyber attacks of all time.

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1999-05-01
An explanation of why China normalized it's foreign policy relations with the United States in 1972 can be found using the Balance of Threat and Hegemonic Stability theories.

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2010-11-30
So ... what was in there anyway?

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2013-09-12
North Korea is that kid who agrees not to take your lunch money in exchange for not hitting you and then hits you again for more lunch money.

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