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 No.11789[Reply]

Interlakes

based or not?
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 No.11794

This look liek early alpha or something lol



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 No.10882[Reply]

Thoughts fellas?
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 No.11682

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 No.11693

lmao soyience coomer is too retarded to actually use a loonix

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 No.11699

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 No.11705

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 No.11788

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 No.11784[Reply]

does anybody here want to talk about Fable:TLC
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 No.11785

>does anybody here want to talk about Fable:TLC

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 No.11786

I enjoyed beating my wife in this game.

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 No.11787

>>11785
rood
>>11786
not having all npcs follow you into a bar then spam heal spell so they all love you



 No.11164[Reply]

What are you guys currently reading?

At the moment I am trying to in my spare moments read Alan Moore's very first novel 'Voices of the Fire'. It's a very interesting book; each PoV takes place in a different time period in the same place in England. Right now I'm in the first portion and the character is a caveman whose family has abandoned him after his mother has died of an illness. It's a difficult read because it's written in proto-Indo European language structure so it's not conventional English grammar. It has a sort of ephemeral quality as a result; as you're reading about sky beasts and aurochs in syntax you're not used to. Helps a lot with immersion.
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 No.11749

>>11711
learn what? how to boil your piss?
why not study something useful like physics where you can actually know how to turn one element into another?

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 No.11750

>>11711
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atalanta_Fugiens

This is an image book, although you can get commentated versions of it. I enjoyed contemplating it, you can gain insight through meditations on the symbolism in the images.

I think the predominant alchemy in India and China is going to be the Tao, although I can't recommend any specific books.

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 No.11751

>>11749
>he doesn't know the esoteric secrets of boiling your own piss

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 No.11753

I should start reading "Blacklisted by History" again. It's a very good and well-researched book but I have a shit attention span and only got a third through it.

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 No.11768

>>11749
just looking to learn more about the topic, not actually conduct my own alchemy

>>11750
thanks friend



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 No.11143[Reply]

Why Quantum Computing Matters and the Race for Practical Uses

(…) “Quantum is disruptive. It will change computing, and it will enable computations that are just totally unimaginable classically. But quantum computers will not be general purpose. They will not solve all problems. They will be like purpose accelerators for problems for chemistry, material science, and we’ll find more [applications] in the future. It could be useful for machine learning or small data problems. We don’t know yet what else comes but it will be as special purpose accelerators.”

>.hpcwire.com/2021/06/29/isc-keynote-why-quantum-computing-matters-and-the-race-for-practical-uses/
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 No.11524

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The smallest quantum computer to date has been claimed by a team of researchers in Austria, Switzerland, and Germany.
>physicsworld.com/a/quantum-computer-is-smallest-ever-claim-physicists/

One of the big problems of quantum key distribution is that it only works over short distances — now this could change.
>/sifted.eu/articles/40000km-quantum-cryptography-breakthrough/

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 No.11742

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Germanic Evropean startup ships first commercially available quantum processor

>eenewseurope.com/news/european-startup-ships-first-commercial-quantum-processor

>arstechnica.com/science/2021/07/dutch-startup-hopes-to-sell-people-their-own-quantum-processor/



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 No.11149[Reply]

How germanic CRISPR gene editing will treat jew-created diseases in the future

The latest breakthrough, the result of a trial between biotech company Regeneron and Boston-based startup Intellia Therapeutics, treated a rare disease after being given as an IV infusion. Previously, other applications of the CRISPR technology had been limited to ex vivo therapy, or where cells are removed from the body for genetic manipulation in a laboratory and then reintroduced to the body.

Jennifer Doudna, who was awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in chemistry for her work on CRISPR gene editing and is the co-founder of Intellia, recently told CNBC the evolution of the technology from the publication of her early work to clinical trials showing it to be effective in treating diseases in less than 10 years represents, “One of the fastest rollouts I think of technology from the fundamental, initial science to an actual application.”

>.cnbc.com/2021/06/30/how-crispr-gene-editing-will-treat-disease-intellia-founder-doudna-.html
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 No.11151

>How soyence coomers are stupid enough to still think their AIDs is ever going to be cured.

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 No.11153

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>>11151
>"Owwww owww my butt hurts so much pls gimme attention foKy"

- U, rn

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 No.11521

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CRISPR cures yet another genetic disease

>.sciencemag.org/news/2021/06/crispr-injected-blood-treats-genetic-disease-first-time

>.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2021/06/26/1009817539/he-inherited-a-devastating-disease-a-crispr-gene-editing-breakthrough-stopped-it?t=1625722444370
>ft.com/content/ccc4132a-9a4b-4c06-ad2c-a45af3deeb2e

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 No.11741

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>newatlas.com/science/worlds-first-crispr-edited-sugarcane/
>//singularityhub.com/2021/07/01/breakthrough-crispr-gene-therapy-could-be-a-one-and-done-injection/
>.freethink.com/health/crispr-therapy



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 No.11592[Reply]

>"(…) Paul would have to have been one of the most mentally ill individuals in history (…)"

I laff at dis here line heh
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 No.11607

>>11595
Imagine the state of the asspained golem that took the time to make this compilation el oh el

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 No.11630

>>11607
B-but muh jeebus

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 No.11631

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 No.11639

This reminds me that Sperglin once got butthurt about an Mdickie game where you place as Jesus. What an out of touch retard.

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 No.11642

>>11639
Link me up famalamazam



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