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14 October 2016 @ 12:58 am
Herrgott, all die Moralisten, die Herrn Trumps Verhalten gegenüber der Damenwelt ganz dolle schlimm finden, aber wirklich! Würden selber niemals nicht etwas Derartiges tun oder denken!!1 Und jetzt heult Michelle Obama auch noch in New Hampshire rum...

Schon klar, es ist Wahlkampf, und da politisiert jeder auf eigene Rechnung. Aber ich kapiere einfach nicht, daß niemand zum Thema macht, wie VIEL MEHR es bringen würde, Frauen und Mädchen zu zeigen, was sie MACHEN KÖNNEN!!! Teaching agency! Feminists, I am looking at you!! Stattdessen das Gejammere, wie liederlich Trump und Konsorten sind.

So. Here is what you do: sich beschweren, notfalls lautstark, wenn man unerwünscht behandelt wird. Bei nicht sanktioniertem Körperkontakt die Person wegstoßen. Gegebenenfalls zu Schlägen und/oder Ohrfeigen eskalieren. Bei ganz Hartnäckigen zwischen die Beine treten. (Wem das unmöglich erscheint: das kann man lernen und üben.)

Nähere Informationen gibt es bei der lokalen Selbstverteidigungsorganisation.

(Weiterführender Lesetipp: Gavin de Becker, The Gift of Fear)
16 September 2016 @ 11:35 pm
Schon eine Weile her, aber immer noch super:

09 September 2016 @ 09:12 pm
...already boycotting facebook, still need (want) to use whatsapp.

I hereby suggest the creation of a messenger service modelled after the (german) Posteo email service: 1 € / $ per month, various payment methods, no advertising, total anonymity, high security, full encryption.

Pretty please.
07 August 2016 @ 09:18 pm
What is the sound of a robot clapping one hand?

edit: relevant link: http://www.smbc-comics.com/comic/2008-11-25
13 July 2016 @ 08:37 pm

"Grab your Balzac and gopher it!"

I'll see myself out.
03 June 2016 @ 08:53 pm

An Englishman, a Frenchman, a Spaniard and a German are all standing watching an American street performer. The performer notices the four men have a bad view, so he stands up on a wooden crate and calls out, "Can you all see me now?"





(From reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/4h629u/what_joke_is_hilarious_but_takes_a_few_seconds_to/d2oip7t )

03 June 2016 @ 08:45 pm
Never be the first to upload.

That is all.
03 June 2016 @ 08:42 pm
That's gr8, m8!
05 March 2015 @ 01:37 am
If you think you might like finnish socio-political satire, search youtube for:

finnish support for greece
finnish party subsidies
finnish working careers
finnish bullying boy students
finnish pre-christmas party

Oh, and Bal Sagoth, The Splendour Of A Thousand Swords Gleaming Beneath The Blazon ;-)

Thank Bob for The Good Things In Life.
10 August 2014 @ 11:51 pm
From the transcript here: http://www.aip.org/history/ohilist/4947.html

"(...) time in relativity seems to be treated in a manner which is quite different from the quantum theoretical manner. I think Heisenberg was quite aware, very early, of the fact that in quantum theory time is not to be compared with any space coordinate, but is, so to speak, far more basic. You can have all sorts of quantum mechanical systems without speaking of space and position, but you cannot have a quantum mechanical system without speaking of time. In relativity time enters in a manner which, at least apparently, is mathematically symmetrical to the manner in which space enters, and I think that this was an important point for Heisenberg to have thought that here was perhaps something quite different.

The other thing was that, in connection with the finite velocity of light, relativity brought in the necessity of considering actions with the finite velocity of propagation. That meant that the problems of the continuum would enter the game in a manner which was avoided in quantum theory. If you look back into the history of physics, especially of quantum theory, but wherever you go, I think you will always find that the continuum was the point where theories usually broke down. As soon as you treat a continuum as a dynamical entity and not just as a set of coordinates, that is as soon as you say that there is a body with an infinite number of degrees of freedom, in general theories break down. Planck's quantum hypothesis just started by eliminating certain elements of continuity. It may very well be that Heisenberg at that time already felt, as he certainly felt later, that perhaps to unite quantum theory and relativity would mean to do another step against continuity. I remember at that time, or perhaps a bit later, hearing the argument from him that evidently there are three basic constants of nature, because there are three fundamental units in Newtonian mechanics, and two of the constants, h and c, had been found; the third one, perhaps the length, was still to be found and understood."