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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/11/01(Sun)19:23 No. 19592 [Reply]
19592

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Is it possible to copy and save the circuits of a human brain/own consciousness to survive digitally?


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/11/05(Thu)20:07 No. 19594

Yes and no.

Even if you fully copy a consciousness over to a new location -- whether digital or into another body's brain -- you end up with a copy while the original version remains intact.

"You" would not transfer over, but there would be a second entity that believes it has all of your experiences due to the copied memories. So, while "you" would still age and die, the copy of your memories would remain until it was destroyed.

A direct transfer (cut & paste more than a copy) might allow for one to survive longer, but you may simply end up with a memory clone (as above) and a dead original copy, killing "you" in the process.


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/11/09(Mon)01:58 No. 19595

Yes and no.

Copying the local storage is fairly easy. Copying the non-local data is much trickier.

Another question you might want to ask is; how much do you trust the entities doing the scanning and recording procedure.


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/11/11(Wed)03:46 No. 19597

>>19594
Hello, Soma.




The official /x/ IRC channel Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/09/19(Sat)03:01 No. 19539 [Reply]
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Join us and lets talk spooky

We're on rizon

#/x/philes

To join either get hexchat or mIRC

or click the kawaiiirc link below!

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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/11/02(Mon)13:49 No. 19593

There is some spoopy stuff that happens here.




Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/09/20(Sun)04:10 No. 19540 [Reply]
19540

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Tianjin china was rods of god,tungsten rods dropped from orbit.

Mecca crane, looked like a blast wave

refugees fleeing same week,

is there a war on somewhere

big week with obama bowing to the pope


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/09/21(Mon)09:43 No. 19546

Tungsten is particularly resilient to heat. If a rail of tungten-carbide were dropped from orbit, it would certainly survive the impact. With the reality of terminal velocity being a given, we know that creating such a large explosion with a dropped object would require a projectile of extreme mass. We are talking a ball of solid tungsten-carbide the size of a house. So -- show it to me.


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/09/24(Thu)19:24 No. 19554

>>19540

>>Refugees fleeing

>>Is there a war on somewhere?

I cannot believe that even you would be too stupid to put these 2 together.


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/10/28(Wed)03:48 No. 19588

>>19546
They could use an orbiting railgun to accelerate the spear, duuh!




Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/09/29(Tue)04:19 No. 19564 [Reply]
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Hello there users of 7chan, I am a representative of the ISN and I have been assigned with initiating a collaborative effort with members who have information regarding the actions of Cicada 3301.

There are only so many details I am able to part with though the end goal is to locate some form of organisation through the smoke and mirrors of their recruitment methods.

As of now we do not have any form of reward for such collaboration aside from exclusive, first hand experience. If we are satisfied with your abilities, we may be flying more educated members to us.

The knowledge of this operation is not classified but the details of it are, and will be protected accordingly.

Any interested individuals, please leave information below. We have our own archive so we will be watching for information that may not be in circulation.


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/10/15(Thu)10:04 No. 19585

>>19580
Answer: They don't give a shit about finding intelligent people, just wasting the valuable time of intelligent people.

Hey, the initial puzzle set forth by Cicada 3301 was cracked. It could not have possibly been done by a single person, and the designers knew that, but a community came together and did the work. After all of that, 3301 did not deliver shit. There was prize. Cicada 3301 entirely discredited itself and wasted untold amounts of man hours in the process. They are the Barney Fifes of cryptography, they talk a big game and have absolutely nothing to back it up.


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deRook 15/10/15(Thu)10:37 No. 19586
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what I know about them
1. thay are playing a game,
2. there is a lot of them
3. everything is a clue


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/10/16(Fri)00:15 No. 19587

>>19585
That makes sense.




Jeff the Killer Origins Tin Foil Enthusiast 13/08/01(Thu)03:08 No. 17901 [Reply]
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So I've been recently been intrigued with finding the origins of internet photos. Anyone know where the image of Jeff the Killer came from?


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/05/30(Sat)07:02 No. 19441

>>17901
Some fat girl was crying in a closet and people thought it was funny to fuck with her face in photoshop and they kept going lol


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/05/31(Sun)11:14 No. 19443

>>19441
Then how explain the spooky skeleton kil after evry time you look at it?


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dsfdsfsf 15/10/10(Sat)00:31 No. 19579

>>17901
Why are underaged so scared about this cheap copypasta?




Bin Ladin's personal library had some seriously weird shit That Guy 15/05/21(Thu)12:36 No. 19423 [Reply]
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The BBC has released a list of books found at the Bin Ladin compound in Pakistan where the man killed by U.S. Delta Force soldiers. All of these books on the list were discovered in ebook form, and the article implies that all the books were in English.

This list if bursting with WTFs. Among the strangeness includes

>Arabic Calligraphy Workshop by Fayeq S Oweiss

>New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11 by David Ray Griffin (Yep, Bin Ladin had a book on his hard drive written by Truthers)

>Grappler's Guide to Sports Nutrition by John Berardi and Michael Fry

>Bloodlines of the Illuminati by Fritz Springmeier

>Secrets of the Federal Reserve by Eustace Mullins

>something about Project MKULTRA
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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/09/12(Sat)13:04 No. 19532
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>>19474
Nice try


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/09/23(Wed)09:28 No. 19549

>>19516
The later videos were pretty much faked tho. If you're talking about the ones where the video would freeze and there would be different audio clips added.


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/10/07(Wed)00:27 No. 19570
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5776. End Days. He comes AnonimousUSA76%shdtp 15/05/10(Sun)14:46 No. 19402 [Reply]
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All secrets are in this picture, the existence, what is God, who are the Illuminati and his plan. Pls , send this information , they are deleting.

Beware, the snake,Tunnels inside earth, Obama will not save the world


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/07/21(Tue)23:40 No. 19495

>>19494

True enough, my friend...but if ever there was a single banner that all conspiracy-theorists could rally behind, surely this is the one. All it needs is to include a flying saucer, a Bigfoot, and maybe a Chupacabra; it could have a crest with Nessie and the Mothman shaking hands.


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/10/04(Sun)09:02 No. 19567

>>19492
This is an underrated comment.


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/10/04(Sun)09:35 No. 19569

End of days again? Thank God. I missed the last one a week ago.




TSD Tin Foil Enthusiast 14/12/14(Sun)15:12 No. 19207 [Reply]
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The Following is a Copied transcript of a blog entry unedited.



The Security Device
by Forresn, May 18, 2014, 3:27:11 PM
Part 1
They wouldn't buy it if they didn't want to.


This is the line that you are destined to hear.

For over A year and a half I have been under constant torture and harassment by our government and the corporations it is involved with.

Currently there are technologies being deployed in almost every major commercial franchise, this device is a computer that is built to simulate everything a person is going to do while inside a store.
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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/06/21(Sun)20:45 No. 19457

>>19456
I called them simulations, but they're more like calculations.

Just don't think a computer does it.

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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/06/22(Mon)21:03 No. 19460

There is a considerable amount of "science" put into grocery and convenience stores. They actually monitor foot traffic through the store and will redesign the store to make the more traveled areas harder to get to.

Ever notice that just about the time you get all of the item locations memorized and a "path" you use while shopping, they then change the lay out and move items around. You now have to "wander" the store looking for items.

This is exactly what they want. It increases impulse buys and helps sell slow moving items.

It's a form of marketing. Similar to commercials. Basically just a way to increase overall sales of an individual location.

If you go directly to the back and buy your milk and nothing else, you will not be hunted down, kidnapped, and tortured.

The milk will eventually be moved to a different area and the aisles that get to it will be changed. You will have to take a different route, might notice a few items you hadn't noticed before. May be even buy some.

Horrible right?


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/10/04(Sun)09:05 No. 19568

>>19460
This is an underrated comment.

>>19457
You just like the sounds of words, don't you. You do not seem to particularly care what they mean.




Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/09/02(Wed)11:38 No. 19519 [Reply]
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Only smart people would consider/do mass manipulation with their wealth. It can only go beyond retail at that point. And if anyone was smart enough to start following my trail, I'd eliminate them. Without putting blame on myself, of course.

It's a story too logical for idiots to accept. Hence, nobody in society accepts it, therefore the constituent proponents and practicers of society are idiots.

If there are people as cold as those who work in slaughterhouses, don't think for a minute that they would opt out of an opportunity to coldly manipulate you into doing what they want to fuel their wealth.

My main question is: Why is it so easy for them to laugh at/disregard when the logic of it is so sound that you start to think if there really is any other way.


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/09/28(Mon)07:43 No. 19562

>>19560
Cannot into.


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/09/28(Mon)09:57 No. 19563

>>19560
You are thinking way to hard about this. Which is his point. Thank you for helping anon make it.

Now go on with what were you saying...about dumb people?


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Tin Foil Enthusiast 15/10/04(Sun)08:57 No. 19566

OP, there is an inherent contradiction to this concept. You write that only smart people would manipulate masses. The smarter a person is in relation to the masses, the more that person will dislike and even devalue the masses. A person smart enough to pull off anything worth doing is exactly the person who would want nothing to do with all those people.

I am not saying it is impossible for the masses to be manipulated. I am just saying that if you proposition holds true, then it becomes proportionally unlikely that such a person will create any meaningful effect.




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