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|Cockroach AI in Half Life|
Love how cockroaches looked like pie wedges.
|Cockroach AI in Half Life|
You realize that 'AI' is just scripting as well, right? As a coder myself, this definitely looks like 'flocking' and basic 'when this happens, do this' behavior. A scripted event would be something that happens only once. This looks like it's just reacting to environment changes (ie "When the light goes on, randomly run in any direction")
|Oreo Separation Pump Gun|
I love this man.
|What causes AIDS?|
So the Male colon causes aids. I think that's just a load of shit, honestly.
|The Story of Menstruation|
I've been here for years and never saw this, so I'm not gonna throw the book at you, Jimmy. Just do better next time. :D
Also, five for the Constipation section. That was wholly unexpected and graphic enough to get me giggling for a few minutes. I may be a sick person.
|6,600 Dead Pigs found in River|
Five for the tagline alone.
|Neil deGrasse Tyson has asteroid fear.|
Think bigger. It's all about degrees in space. A laser can heat up the asteroid enough to cause gas to evaporate off the surface. That tiny amount of thrust can change the trajectory of that asteroid by maybe a few inches when the laser hits. That few inches turns into thousands of miles after the asteroid continues on that slightly new trajectory for a few weeks or months. Done early enough, it could set the asteroid far beyond it's original path so that it doesn't hit the earth at all.
Think of how a bullet is deflected by wind over large distances. Ever scoped in a rifle by changing the scope or sight left or right, or up or down? That is compensating for the effects of the wind on the bullet during that day. If the wind is moving 5mph from right to left, it's not pushing the bullet much, but it's changing the trajectory by a lot over a larger distance.
|News Anchor tries to tell us about an obese swimming cat|
Cat lost one pound in six months. AMAZING!
|rc plane crashes into a gate|
|What is Hentai?|
I end up in, uh, JUH-Paan.
|Vintage porn collection worth $7500 stolen|
An extra phantom sixth star for the guy's name being 'Johnson'.
|Penis Park, South Korea! (maybe NSFW)|
My god, how hard is it to hold a fucking camera level and still for more than a quarter second?
|Russian meteor dash cam compilation |
Holy Shit. I have to admit, if I were there I'd have probably pissed myself. It's eerie how much it looks like what they put in movies as well.
|Parrot annoys cat|
Just another guy making money off of Poetv. Stop submitting your own fucking videos!
|The Best Songs of 1992|
London Beat looks like a Key and Peele skit. No joke.
|Funny cat gets stuck|
Yup. Oops. Submitted another of his own videos. Mihai Francu doesn't get it. And yeah, not a good cat vid.
|Russian Basketball Team Makes a Power Play|
I had no idea they had that many black people in russia...
|Ray Kurzweil and the Singularity - Lew Keilar |
I did a ton of research and wrote a term paper on transhumanism in college a few years ago. I don't for a second believe that Kurzweil is correct. But I also don't think that we're going to just lumber along like always.
Detractors point to the "slowing of moores law" as evidence that Kurzweil is wrong. Moores law has fluctuated greatly over the year. The law was 'invented' during the time of transistors and was originally meant to apply only to them. In time, it came to describe microprocessors. Companies like Intel have taken up Moore's law as a challenge and kind of motto. Their tic-toc development cycle is really pushing this law further along. They want to meet it so that the law stays true. It's a kind of cyclical self-fulfilling prophecy in a way.
Kurzweil's, and really, most trans-humanistic/futurists, in my personal opinion, have a very flowerly outlook on the idea of a singularity. I'm convinced that our human nature will keep us from approaching anything close to the vision they want to believe in. However, I'm not ready to say that their ideas aren't based in reality or that their vision won't happen - eventually, or in some way.
Awful video though.
|Jobs Movie Clip (Steve Jobs Biopic - 2013)|
This entire movie's subtitle should just be "According to Wozniak, this didn't really happen"
|Cat vs Trash can|
horrible sound effects added for what reason? And also: bad taste throwing your own video up. Not in the spirit of Poe.