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SquallStrife last won the day on September 17

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  • Birthday 27/04/1985

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  1. SquallStrife

    PAX AUS 2019

  2. SquallStrife

    Anyone seen Cybes lately ?

    Glad to hear you're safe, feller.
  3. SquallStrife

    PAX AUS 2019

    Hell yeah fellers!! I've got my business cards and stickers ordered, flights and AirBnB booked, badges arrived in the mail, ALL SET BOIS!!! Come find me and say hi
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    You (and millions before you) have thusfar failed to demonstrate this claim. For 50 years, a million dollars was available to anybody who could demonstrate a superpower. Nobody did.
  5. SquallStrife

    What's on your mind?

    No it's not.
  6. SquallStrife

    PAX AUS 2019

    3-day badges are 90% sold out! If you're planning to be there all weekend, get in now! 1-day badges still plentiful, and flights+accommodation haven't gotten crazy yet. Still plenty of bargains to be had on Skyscanner and AirBnB!!
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    For instance... for the "Water into wine" trick - An empty room with no access to outside materials - Water supplied in transparent containers - If necessary, a workbench, but one with open sides for observation purposes - The performer to be searched for concealed apparatus, and not permitted to bring any equipment with them. - Analysis of the provided water for contaminants prior to supply, and during the procedure - Continuous observation of the entire room, and of the performer from arrival at the facility until conclusion of the trick, with constant video (visible and non-visible, eg. IR) and data recording. The idea is to eliminate the opportunity for the person performing the "miracle" to conceal their method, and for the observations to be recorded in a meaningful and reproducible manner. Which is to say, the CONDITIONS for the "miracle" are CONTROLLED.
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    It doesn't strike me as thorough to look for confirmation of miracles only in other Abrahamic religions' holy books. Looking at the Quran (or, say, the Torah) as examples of "nonbiblical" sources is lawyering your way around the thrust of the question. Are Christ's so-called miracles documented in any scientific journals? Did he perform his miracles under controlled scientific conditions for impartial observers?
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    How so? At least "There is a teapot orbiting Jupiter" is a claim that can be tested through observation. As inconsequential as it is. What does "seek and you will find" add to the discussion?
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    "It talks about XYZ" is scantly a reference. "Seek and you will find" is as pointless a thing to say as "There is a teapot orbiting Jupiter. Prove me wrong."
  11. SquallStrife

    PAX AUS 2019

    My AirBnB is booked and paid for. Hell yea. Anybody else from the AtomiSphere going to be there? Mini m33t?
  12. Prompted by some tweets by @hawkeye I went looking for some of the awesome cover photos from at0mic's past. Bois.... We found em. https://www.10wallpaper.com/list/Australian_computer_gamers_magazine_Atomic_MPC_hardware_wallpaper.html The newer batch anyway, including the one I was specifically after: Enjoy, fam.
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    The rate at which we could complete S@H WU's was a bragging right among my old LAN party friends. We had a team, and the top spots on that leaderboard were as hotly contested as any shooter game you care to name. I'm talking 2001-2004. https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/team_display.php?teamid=31546 There we are!
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    My Adventures with 4G

    The Nighthawk M2 is a Cat20 device. Up to 2Gbps.