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Also by bibbitybobbitybacon+70Buckethead is the easiest celebrity ever to pass yourself off as. amirite?
Also by bibbitybobbitybacon+113It must be very fun for criminals to see police sketches of themselves come out and see how inaccurate they are, amirite?
Also by bibbitybobbitybacon+31Evolution is about making a creature that doesn't need evolution. amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+138Saying someone is 'Dead to you' isn't really accurate, since people usually soften to people after they die, amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+155Our society where „everybody is great the way they are" and „everyone should do what they feel like doing" is counterproductive in the long run, amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+156Someone under 25 buying a money counting machine is very suspicious, amirite?
And this is why I don't travel by airplane
It also helps the bigger stuff is the more people worked on that stuff, lessening the chance for failure. Apes together strong
The normalization of deviation is the scariest thing. Like the Challenger disaster. Those rubber seals were not rated for that cold weather... But they had done fine all the other times they went against the recommended temperature... Until it wasn't fine.
I work at an Amazon sort center and I say this nearly every night I work. I'm amazed that most packages get to where they're going, and quickly, because the process is pretty archaic.
I am amazed at how many people do not know what they are doing and just wing it hoping for the best.
And while at it, some of them end up stumbling upon beautiful innovations and ideas. Motion is a force in itself.
In the IT support sector we say that 80% of tickets are caused by something known as PEBKAC: Problem Existing Between the Keyboard and the Chair.
Another good one I saw from software developers: we try to make our software fool-proof, but they keep making better fools
It's almost impossible to make 100% bug free software
Never look into how the current x64_86 architecture actually works, it is temporary fixes that became permanent.
This is basically my hypothesis as to why conspiracy theories are all bunk
Otoh the Manhattan project was largely kept a secret, at least for most of the duration of the war.
Pretty much every thing that works does so as a result of our previous mistakes.
There's a reason why making mistakes is quite often the best way to learn
Mistakes are how people learn to make things work.
And this is why stuff like medical/defense technology is so expensive, when you really need to know something will actually work it costs like 10x more.
Once you learn about how computers work, your mind will explode at how anything goes right in technology.
I've been in CS for over 30 years. I think I know how computers work, yet my mind has not exploded.
Please tell me what one simple trick do you know?
Yeah noise/signal stuff in machines is pretty cool but people have so many more variables