Message from Sulferix in Outer Heaven #general-serious

2019-03-17 23:17:23 UTC  


2019-03-17 23:17:24 UTC  


2019-03-18 00:18:51 UTC  

cnn can't handle the truth or a guest not following their bullshit narrative on the air, cut her off right quick, the host looked like she sharted on herself

2019-03-18 00:52:03 UTC  

SIG PTG alliance when

2019-03-18 03:07:35 UTC  

Nice weather today

2019-03-18 03:09:57 UTC  

Vampire trump for future vampire space president.

2019-03-18 03:10:27 UTC  

Which means he has to lose in 2020

2019-03-18 04:06:55 UTC  

@ikillu she didn't get cut off though, I guess maybe they just ended the segment early??

2019-03-18 04:28:51 UTC  

>White names

2019-03-18 04:28:56 UTC  

ok br*wn name

2019-03-18 11:10:45 UTC  
2019-03-18 11:11:26 UTC  

Instead of being individually directed by a human controller, the basic idea of a drone swarm is that its machines are able to make decisions among themselves. So far the technology has been at an experimental stage, but it is edging closer to becoming a reality.

Swarms come in different shapes and sizes. The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), for example, has been working on a programme dubbed Gremlins; micro-drones the size and shape of missiles, designed to be dropped from planes and perform reconnaissance over vast areas.

On the other side of the spectrum is the larger XQ-58 Valkyrie drone, measuring almost 9m in length. It has been called a 'loyal wingman' for a human pilot - able to carry precision-guided bombs and surveillance equipment. It recently completed its first successful test flight, although the eventual aim is for it to work in a group alongside a manned fighter jet.

In either case, the biggest advantage of a 'swarm' is the ability of machines to work together in numbers. And when it comes to the battlefield, numbers matter.

"Swarming allows you to build large numbers of low-cost expendable agents that can be used to overwhelm an adversary," says Mr Scharre. "This reverses the long trend of rising aircraft costs and reducing quantities.

"And unlike having a large number of soldiers, robotic agents can coordinate on a scale that would be impossible for humans."

2019-03-18 13:37:15 UTC  


2019-03-18 13:37:24 UTC  

just finished reading the manifesto

2019-03-18 13:37:28 UTC  

truly powerful

2019-03-18 13:37:35 UTC  


2019-03-18 13:37:48 UTC  

and i wholeheartedly agree

2019-03-18 13:38:32 UTC  

i will be starting my own contribution to the fight soon, in every way that i can. i will start a group, i will train. i will be part of this if it fucking kills me

2019-03-18 13:39:25 UTC  

i hope im not the only one.

2019-03-18 14:37:21 UTC  


2019-03-18 15:37:10 UTC  

goodjob , no downvote

2019-03-18 15:38:19 UTC  

>recruiting grounds

2019-03-18 15:38:22 UTC  

what the fuck

2019-03-18 15:38:36 UTC  

kind of delusional horseshit are they huffing

2019-03-18 15:42:14 UTC  

this is exactly what christchurch shooter wanted.

2019-03-18 15:42:16 UTC  


2019-03-18 15:42:20 UTC  

let them censor us.

2019-03-18 15:42:34 UTC  

what comes next is far worse than censorship.

2019-03-18 15:43:38 UTC  

they come to step on you
you stab the boot

2019-03-18 15:43:53 UTC  

no step on snek

2019-03-18 15:44:11 UTC  

look at all the commies in the replies

2019-03-18 15:44:18 UTC  

this line has been drawn in the sand

2019-03-18 15:44:28 UTC  


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