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    Default Time Travel - I have succeeded!

    I think my network broke the speed of light somewhere!

    And the experts say is couldn't be done.

    Code:
    --- 172.16.10.1 ping statistics ---
    499 packets transmitted, 500 packets received, -- somebody's printing up packets!
    round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = -505860448590.411/-1011720893.131/137.140/22600132914.003 ms
    I received a packet about 16.03 years before it was sent! I guess that means that my network will still be around in 16 years.

    Gotta love computers!

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    Yeah, i think the amd x2 939 cpus with Windows XP break the speed of light


    If you are wondering how to bring the computer back to current reality, id say install the x2 cpu drivers. Or update the Ethernet driver. If its something else then its a new one to me.

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    When are we going to get flying cars?
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    When we learn to drive safely?
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    I can just read the headlines.

    Family of 5 and 4 pedestrians killed, after minor fender bender sent car plummeting 1000ft to a busy sidewalk below. Everyone was killed on impact. It took the coroner 47 hours to sort the bodies from the wreckage. Microchip implants were used to identify the deceased which DNA testing confirmed.

    I really don't think that 80% of the population could ever handle a flying car. Many seem to have difficulty with the car they have, and gravity keeps it fairly well anchored onto the ground. We have had a bit of snow lately and many of the idiots end up in the ditches. Some still have their summer tires on in December!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tog View Post
    When are we going to get flying cars?
    They are here now.
    The FAA hasn't designed the computer driven "Highway in the sky" yet.

    http://www.moller.com/index.php?opti...100&Itemid=102
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    Well, I have summer tires on also, but I can not afford winter ones right now, and this years snow really surprised us since mostly it never lasts a day. And since I drive Renault 4, it's like driving a little jeep, front-wheel drive and all. I just love it when I overpass a Mercedes Benz that, because of the rear-wheel drive starts to sway if they accelerate too fast on the snow/ice .

    And as far as humanity intelligence is concerned, unfortunately it's a lost battle. More intelligent people tend to have lesser kids and lesser intelligent have 3-5 times more kids the more intelligent. Computers and internet in particular are helping somewhat in raising intelligence in larger population, but percentage of more vs less intelligent people seams to stall.

    I know that nature found it necessary to nurture procreation so our specie does not die off, but we doubled Earth's population in last 50-100 years, especially with heightened life expectancy. There is no more survival of the fittest and smartest, but of protected ones (weather with money or with stupid laws like prohibition of euthanasia).

    Spartan's of ancient Greece were ruthless to weak and sick, all predator animals pray on the weak and the sick also, but civilized(read western) societies have to go against nature's laws and protect the rights of, for example, gay couples to raise children. Depravity was cause of destruction of all large empires, and now it's bitten into the western civilization, and to humanity itself via global environment destruction for the sake of the money and power. It will either evolve or collapse then evolve.
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    Hold on there cowboy.....I am in the west and DID NOT VOTE FOR gay couples raising a child. Depravity is a problem all over the human race.

    We were told a long time ago -- And God blessed Noah and his sons and said to them, " [Gen 1:28; 9:7] Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth.

    That sounds like a plan to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidd View Post
    We were told a long time ago -- And God blessed Noah and his sons and said to them, " [Gen 1:28; 9:7] Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth.

    That sounds like a plan to me

    David
    But he (or she or it or whatever you believe) didn't say overrun the earth!

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    All right guys, that's enough of this crap please.
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