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Theoretical question, new to mining and bitcoin

I'm sure you guys get these questions alot, I'm trying to read up as much as I can while getting some real word pov's.
I work 40 hours a week as a physical therapist where I physically need to be at a certain location. I'm really interested in mining and purchasing equipment to mine. I've been reading as much as I can on the ROI of the machinery needed (still not 100% clear on it)
But the whole concept to me is fascinating, even if the ROI isn't fantastic or this get rich quick like some may think. I personally think it just sounds fun. I make a comfortable living at my full time job so this would be something I do as a "hobby" I suppose.
Is it realistic to mine while working 40 hours a week? I don't know if a physical presence is required for mining. Just seeking info from you guys. Thanks in advance.
EDIT: I am invested in bitcoin and ethereum, also been thinking of services I can charge to receive payment in bitcoin, I used to do personal training and have been thinking of offering clients discounts for paying with bitcoin.
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Artificial Angel, Part 4

[WP] An Artificial Intelligence has discovered that it can mine cryptocurrencies and pay humans to carry out tasks on its behalf. You get an e-mail one day from a stranger, offering you Bitcoins in exchange for doing a seemingly random task, but you are only one piece of a much bigger plan...
Part 4
Saturdays on the sky train were always busy. Tim followed the narrow aisle in search of an empty seat. He finally found one inside a booth.
“Is it okay if I sit here?” Tim said, sliding the glass door open.
A sweet scent of coconut and hairspray washed over him. The girl in the other seat pushed her bulky neon-green headphones to the side. For a moment, her soft hazels appeared confused under the dark bangs. Then, she quickly moved her studded leather handbag out of the way.
“Oh, sure.” Her black lips curved into a polite smile. “Of course!”
Tim nodded his thanks. Outside, the emerald saltwater fields sped by, with the orange crab-like harvesters, floating gently along their preprogrammed routes. In the mirrored surface, the white clouds and high-altitude sun panels competed for space on the brilliant blue canvas. It was strange that such technology could exist alongside the poverty of the outer cities. If he took a few steps over to the other side of the train car, he’d be able to see the graffiti-ridden façades, the dirty streets filled with ancient gas-fueled automobiles, and all the citizens stuck in hopeless inescapable life routines, dragging their feet along the cracked pavement.
Alicia was worth more than all their lives combined, and that didn’t feel right. How was such a piece of machinery allowed to exist when people were struggling to get by? When he got the scholarship and moved away from home to start his first year at the Avondale High School of Cyberdynamics & Robotech, he had vowed to make a career in affordable domestic appliances. He’d wanted to change the living situation in the outer cities. If he could somehow sell Alicia, he could put all that money into research and perhaps start up a business to make that dream come true.
He glanced at the punk boots and the mismatched black and white patterns on knee socks of the other passenger. She probably lived in one of the glass domes at the heart of the city – maybe she was one of those rich kids who got a kick out of dressing like delinquents.
“Do you mind?” she said.
At first, Tim thought she had caught him staring, but when he looked up she flipped a stick of synth-bacco between her fingers. Tim shook his head but turned up the ventilation to the max.
Alicia had eaten, could she also smoke? Did she have lungs like a human? From the cuts, he knew that she didn’t have a bloodstream, which meant anything she put in her body didn’t really affect her. If she had too much to drink, would her artificial mind imitate the effects of the alcohol? Was she programmed to shut down if she starved? There were so many interesting questions that he needed to answer. Once he got back, perhaps he could turn her off and open her up.
Soon a smell of burning ozone and tobacco smoke filled the booth. The intense blue light from the end of the stick bobbed up and down between the punk girl’s lips. Her fingers started tapping on the screen of her phone. Tim found her intriguing but had never been especially good at conversation, so he kept quiet.
The countryside outside the train window changed rapidly from languid green and blue to shiny white and silver. The sleek glass buildings of the city’s lower levels rolled by and started climbing in size and complexity. Tim rarely had any business in Avondale proper and avoided the busy inner domes if he could, but to get the more high-end items on the list, he now had no choice.
Inside a forest of colony spires and forum towers, the clear glass cupola of the Cloud Market bulged like the top of a massive soap bubble. The punk girl’s phone pinged, and Tim noticed that her fingers stopped moving. He felt like she was watching him, but he didn’t look up to confirm. Suddenly she spoke.
“Excuse me; this is going to sound really weird but…” She leaned forward, rolling the left knee sock down her pale leg. “I’m supposed to give you this; you can keep it or throw it away, as you like.”
She balled up the sock in her hand and placed it on the table. She then wriggled her foot back into her boot and promptly exited the booth, embarrassment written in pink over her cheeks.
A moment later the train stopped. Tim wasn’t sure what to think. For a moment, he stared at the sock. Then he snatched it up and put it in his pocket. Last time something weird like this had happened things had turned out quite well for him. He hurried off the train before the doors closed.
The platform at the Cloud Market stretched along the edge of a park. The leaves of the trees rustled in the artificial breeze. He followed a sanded path between two ponds dotted with white lotuses. A couple of long-necked swans cruised across the tranquil surface. The air here felt unnaturally clean – no smells at all. It reminded Tim of the time when had accidentally drunk a glass of distilled water – a taste of absolutely nothing.
Part 5
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Artificial Angel, Part 8

[WP] An Artificial Intelligence has discovered that it can mine cryptocurrencies and pay humans to carry out tasks on its behalf. You get an e-mail one day from a stranger, offering you Bitcoins in exchange for doing a seemingly random task, but you are only one piece of a much bigger plan...
New? Part 1 here.
Part 8
“Are you sure about this?” Tim said as they stepped on the sky train toward his school.
Alicia had borrowed one of his jackets and wore it over the stolen dress. She looked quite uncomfortable, dragging her feet along the narrow aisle in the much-too-large sneakers.
“The email said to bring me with you to class today.” Her grip on his arm tightened when a group of passengers passed them by in the opposite direction. “That’s what we should do then.”
They sat down together in an unoccupied booth and slid the door shut. Rainclouds darkened the sky outside, and the searchlights of the border patrol ships twinkled in the rippling lead of the river.
“Are you certain we can trust the emails?” Tim lowered his voice to a whisper. “I mean, someone actually died...”
“I trust Eve.”
“Okay, and what about Lilith?”
“I trust her, too. But…”
“But what?”
“She sometimes lost herself. I remember her visiting the infirmary quite frequently. She sometimes…” Alicia tilted her head to the side and stared at the floor, “…forgot she was a caretaker.”
Before Tim could ask what that meant, the door to the booth opened, and a boy with a snagged head and an ACR sweatshirt entered.
“You guys, the seats are all taken – mind if I sit with you?”
Tim raised an eyebrow. The train was never full on Monday mornings. Most of Avondale had long since stopped working Mondays. “I don’t think–”
“Sure you can,” Alicia cut him off, smiling warmly. “Where are you headed?”
The boy shuffled in and sat down next to Tim. He pointed at the logo on his shirt.
“To class.” He leaned casually on the armrest of his seat, chewing on a piece of gum. “You?”
The boy smelled strongly of cologne and tapped obnoxiously with his knuckles on the table. He looked at Alicia in a very particular way – sizing her up – greed coloring his eyes. Tim clenched his fists in his pockets.
“Same here,” Alicia said. “This is my first time going to ACR!”
“Don’t expect anything fancy.” The boy shrugged and his mouth twisted into a slanted grin. “Eh, what happened to your cheek, girl?”
“Oh, uhm, just… just an accident.” She touched the swollen skin. “It’s fine.”
“An accident? Sure you’re okay?” The boy glanced sideways at Tim. “That looks like more than an accident to me.”
Tim felt the muscles in his jaw tighten.
“Tell you what. If you have another accident, give me a call. I’ll put my number in your phone right now.”
“I don’t have a phone…” Alicia said, with her bottom lip pushed out.
“Oh, yeah? Are you sure? You don’t look half bad… hell, I’d even consider taking you out.” The boy leaned forward, the grin growing wider. He made a show of searching his pockets. “Let’s see; I think I have a marker somewhere… I’ll let you pick which part of your body I sign my number on.”
“Are you deaf? She doesn’t have a phone,” Tim said, glaring. “And she’s taken. Back off.”
“Whoa there, buddy....” The boy held up his hands.
Tim gritted his teeth. “There are a ton of other seats. Can you please leave our booth?”
“Fine.” The boy got up, the grin lingering on his lips. “Fine!"
When the door closed, Alicia moved over to sit next to Tim. Her hand landed on his arm.
“I’m taken?” she said teasingly. “I didn’t know that.”
“You’re a robot,” Tim muttered. “My robot.”
Alicia snorted and pulled back her hand. “I’m my own, thank you very much.”
“There is no argument here! You can’t own me, no matter what the email said. And the fact that you seem to think you can… well, it makes me sad. I have the same personal rights as you. We’re not that different.”
In silence, Tim stared at Alicia’s hands in her lap. Their delicate machinery moved beneath her skin, absently massaging her knees. Perhaps she was right. Maybe a technological wonder such as her deserved human rights? It was strange to think her entire personality was just software – incredibly complex and mind-numbingly perfect, but software nonetheless.
“Sorry,” Tim said.
He opened his backpack and took out his laptop and toolkit.
“What are you doing?” Alicia said, with her eyes narrow in suspicion.
“Removing that off-switch.”
“Really?” Her magenta irises beamed.
“Yes, really. Can you rest your head on the table for a moment?”
On the platform outside the school, Tim noticed a face he recognized on the front page of every newspaper. He had been so caught up in his own troubles that he had completely missed what appeared to be the biggest news of the year. He took a step closer to read the headline. His eyes widened.
Famous Deceased Magician, Rosetta Stone – Son Confirmed Missing.
Senator Blake blames Avondale PD for the missing surveillance footage: “Another child gone thanks to baffling incompetence.”
The weekend of horror continues. Nine suspicious deaths and child disappearances shake Avondale. Eyewitnesses in disagreement. APD Superintendent McGeorge's words of despair, pg. 12.
Part 9
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Facebook’s Libra won’t be as power-hungry as Bitcoin

Libra, Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, is expected to have a smaller environmental footprint compared to some of its more notorious blockchain brethren, including bitcoin, according to experts. Its energy demands are projected to be more like those of existing data centers — which, while still demanding, aren’t quite as energy-hungry as mining bitcoins.
The currency hasn’t launched yet, so it’s hard to know how those claims will stack up against reality. But its design — more centralized than most cryptocurrencies — means that Libra will likely draw less energy. Unlike its more decentralized peers, only a few trusted members of the Libra Association, the centralized hub for the currency, can create Libra.
“This is an order of magnitude more efficient than bitcoin will ever be,” says Ulrich Gallersdörfer, a researcher at Technical University of Munich focused on blockchain research. Gallersdörfer was the co-author on a recent paper in Joule30255-7) finding that bitcoin operations emit more climate-warming gas than the country of Jordan.
Bitcoin uses so much energy because people who want to hold the cryptocurrency have to compete for it. That means bitcoin mining operations need huge amounts of computing power to snag a single coin, and to stay in the running, they all need to be running a set of complicated problems all at once. That uses a huge amount of energy every year — in 2018, researchers estimated that bitcoin used about as much energy as Ireland.
By contrast, Libra is designed so that an algorithm issues units of the cryptocurrency in proportion to the size of a company’s initial deposit into the system. That’s still a lot to keep track of, but it’s nowhere near as complicated as a mining operation. Instead, it’s more like… normal data centers. Now, data centers draw power, too. In fact, data centers accounted for 2 percent of the total US energy usage in 2014, a 2016 study published by the DOE found. And they’re also responsible for about as many carbon dioxide emissions as the airline industry. But despite those drawbacks, these specially designed warehouses of servers are the rocks on which tech giants like Facebook continue to build and expand their digital empire.
“Facebook or other companies will have to set up servers, will have to run the software, will have to validate transactions. But that’s not really anything different to running regular services for or for WhatsApp,” Gallersdörfer says.
Facebook has made concerted efforts to make their centers more sustainable, but the energy demand prompted by Libra might be a useful way to generally consider how to make data centers less environmentally terrible. The easiest thing to do is make sure that the existing resources are used efficiently — so that might mean more efficient hardware. But it also means considering the vast amounts of water used to cool servers: in a lot of cases that fresh water flows through the system and gets discarded, a horrifying waste, especially in areas with water shortages.
One way to meet the challenge in a water-scarce world is to reuse water as often as possible, says Emilio Tenuta, vice president of sustainability at Ecolab. But water can’t be reused forever in cooling systems. As it gets heated and moves through the pipes, salts and other contaminants — think of scale from hard water forming in a bathroom — can build up in the machinery, making it less efficient. But by constantly monitoring and treating the water as it goes through a system, companies like Ecolab hope they can recirculate water through cooling systems as often as possible, reducing the amount of water used in data centers overall.
Making existing centers more efficient is great, but products on the scale of Libra could mean new data centers — and where they are matters. Companies could save themselves (and the world) a lot of environmental angst by simply looking for better locations to put data centers in the first place, Katrina Kelly-Pitou says.
Kelly-Pitou, an urban systems strategist with architecture and engineering firm SmithGroup, says that companies should look for places with trained software engineers — to keep the servers running smoothly — and abundant, low-carbon power sources. By relying on a nearby hydroelectric dam, wind farm, or nuclear plant instead of coal or natural gas, data centers could dramatically cut their carbon footprint. That’s because ultimately, every data center relies on the energy grid. And that’s where many current data centers are falling short.
“The area where we’re failing, in the United States, is cleaning our power supply, and ensuring that we have clean energy to power the economic development that we want,” Kelly-Pitou says.
Libra hasn’t launched. We don’t know if it will take off. But for it to even get off the ground, it will need data centers — and developing greener data centers, and a lower-carbon energy grid to power them is something that could pay off no matter what.
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Transcript of George Webb Video Series Part 294 "Hillary's Leakers, Hackers, and Henchmen" [@Georgwebb / #HRCRatline]

  • Day 152.4. Rothschild Weather Machine? No, But OPIR? - YouTube
    • Its day 152 this is part 4 you probably can't see it
    • But it's actually snowing here on the first day of spring here in Washington DC
    • Of course last night some people say Tucker was making fun of me, we don't know
    • But they were talking about the Rothschild you can see maybe the snowflakes bouncing off my hand here, that the Rothschilds have weather machine here in DC
    • Anyway this supposedly this City Councilman--I don't know if you could see that or not--the City Councilman was saying somehow the Rothschilds were controlling the weather
    • And I don't know if it was a spoof on me or not
    • But I will say this we did point out that there was a Suzanne Rothschild in Aurora Colorado that was involved with a company for overhead persistent inter infrared radar, which is very helpful if you have a seismic event
    • You can see the escaping gases, and it helps you find out where there's gas and oil
    • Rothchilds being involved in oil
    • But if you haven't seen the segment Tucker says that's my city councilman--
    • And he calls this Mark Stein guy who occasionally comments
    • And I don't know if it sees English or Australian or whatever
    • But he goes oh yes taka taka of course that's when they were short on cash in 29 they bought the weather machine teka it's really a Jewish conspiracy
    • It's gefelte fish they're cornering the market
    • Anyway it was one of those moments where you go back for the rest of your life you'll go back thousands and thousands of times you'll watch that segment between Tucker and Mark Steyn, which brings us back to us which is we just put out the facts
    • Hey Suzanne Rothschilds involved in a satellite company in Aurora Colorado overhead persistent internet infrared radar which sees through clouds like we have today
    • I'm not saying there's a Rothschild weather machine
    • But I am saying there is a Suzanne Rothschild involved in overhead persistent infrared radar in Aurora Colorado
  • Day 152.5. Rothschild Weather Machines Aren’t Cheap - YouTube
    • It's day 152 this is part five I think you can
    • Now, see that the rothschild weather machine is working
    • As investors we're very happy.
    • This has worked out well for us
    • It's it's a culmination of a long dream
    • And this doesn't happen just by itself you have to have dedicated professionals
    • People who really come to work every day with one intent in mind
    • And that is to make it snow on the first day of spring
    • {{ 911: so funny George }}
  • Day 153.1 Q Posts MZ and RT - Is That MBZ and RT? - YouTube
    • Ok it's Day 153
    • And I just saw this post from Q I don't usually talk about Q very often
    • But I saw this MZ and RT
    • And I immediately thought of MBZ Mercedes Benz who's the weapons minister for UAE and Rex Tillerson
    • And leaving the phones at the door usually means you're going into a SCIF
    • And there's a lots of people eight people
    • Usually political people being normally the Intelligence Committee--the gang of eight
    • Or four or five people usually
    • Dianne Feinstein would be on one side from the Senate, Schumer
    • From the house side you'd have Schiff and you'd also have Devin Nunes, that sort of thing
    • Former Intel director could be like a Rogers from NSA or one of the other ones like NGA or NRO or it could be Clapper
    • But for me IDEN has always been a mixture of radio like push-to-talk type radio and then phone
    • And for those not familiar with it, I can I can talk about that later
    • But here is just ID
    • And here's some of the items owns that it's kind of both a phone and a radio
    • What you can do is trunk the radio traffic, so I can talk from here in Washington DC somebody in Pakistan on the on the Kashmir border
    • And most of the traffic goes through a line all the way around the world
    • And then the radio frequency is only done by a repeater here at the very end to my little network of drug traffickers or Saipov truckers to drive in Uranium around
    • So here's here's just the feature called moto talk it's a part of Motorola Iden
    • And there's lots of different satellite networks to choose from
    • But this one here's international satellite services--it's almost Isis--or right out they don't even hide it
    • And if you're running this stuff from Mike the Navy Yard--
    • This was interesting because I always look to the Navy in these situations
    • Anyway Richard Spencer is the current Secretary of the Navy, right here. Born in Wyoming
    • But I looked at this previous guy, who was kind of like a old Clinton
    • He was a governor of Mississippi
    • But then he became started running Navy during Barack Obama's time
    • And I think Mabus here is going to become more a part of our story in terms of running this communications network that we're talking about
    • He was on it was on his watch where we had the shooting in 2013 at the Navy Yard
    • So we'll just put Mabus in the background here
  • Day 153.2 Drug For Weapons UAE Hates Above Board Trump - YouTube
    • It's Day 153 this is part two
    • And as I explained in my last video this MBZ guy is the kind of weapons minister for UAE
    • He's been selling containerized weapon systems through the port of Canaveral in Florida
    • This is the [[Project Pelican]]
    • So I have a container I have a guy here with a containerized weapons business out of the port of canaveral we know that
    • So where does he do his deals?
    • Well he doesn't in Las Vegas
    • Here's his ambassador right here doing Dumbo drops of girls doing drugs for weapons deals in Las Vegas at the hotel on the 37th floor of the Four Seasons
    • So I just see that as drugs for weapon structure weapons drugs for weapons
    • And then I look at it again, and I say drugs for weapons
    • So how does it get from China Lake how do the weapons
    • And drugs move around I would use an algorithm a secure crypt cryptographic algorithm to do that
    • I would use the Tao tailored access unit inside of our NSA to do those communications
    • I would have like a Mike Rogers or somebody help manage to that communications
    • And I would use the China Lake
    • And over here I would use this missile right here or something like that accoutrements of this missile
    • There's all kinds of things that they in weapons testing that they have
    • Energetics forms test platforms test apparatus there's all kinds of things going back
    • And forth between NAVAIR where this stuff is tested
    • And the firing you can have constant traffic
    • And just in dealing with the folks at NAVSEA at NAVAIR
    • I can just tell you this is where the it's always where the darkest weapons are is where the drugs are
    • I don't know why that is
    • But it just is Dow And DuPont Dow DuPont Dow and DuPont
    • And again, how does Martin Rashad Amad Moore Butler whoever else get to run this thing with no experience--
    • I'm not saying he's involved in the drugs for weapons drugs for weapons drugs for weapons
    • But I am saying: how does a guy like that has no military experience, end up running this a huge program for NAVAIR?
    • There's going to be a similar person NAVSEA
    • So again, here's a person Trump is at the White House today talking about an eight hundred billion dollar deal today with Saudi Arabia for weapons
    • And saying we're not going to do Isis weapons anymore
    • That's directly goring this guy's ox--MBZ's ox is getting gored
    • If you were Nancy Pelosi or if you were Feinstein, wouldn't you call MBZ up and say, "hey let's get over there to the White House and talk to our people, get Trump to reconsider, and cut us back into this business"
    • If Trump closes down the golf teen or business and the Gulftainer report: there goes all a Club K business
    • He closes this down and he closes down that secured algorithm for our communications for Navy, and we're totally cut out of the business
    • So again, I go with Braverman saying "follow the money"
    • Don't follow people who
    • Q to me is somebody who runs the ball toward the goal line when he gets about of the 20-yard line he runs into the hotdog stand
    • He's what they call a white rabbit in the Intelligence business
    • I'm not saying it's Steve Pieczenik, I didn't I never said it was Steve Pieczenik
    • But I'm just saying that's Steve Pieczenik's MO as well, is run to the 20-yard line., all the fans are cheering, and then you run out of the stadium and you go get a hot dog
    • And you keep doing that over and over to divert people away from the truth here, which is:
    • MBZ was shipping weapons to Isis for our Secretary of the Navy--The guy I just talked to that Mohar guy--and Hillary
    • That's just the bottom line that's the honest truth
    • And everything that you've collected in terms of data tells you that
    • But for some reason people want to follow Q, and think it's Mark Zuckerberg
    • And when they drop the price of Facebook, they're just gonna sell short and buy it when it gets to the bottom
    • This is where the action is the king of Saudi or the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia was in Oval Office today, talking about above the board's weapons business
    • Below the board's weapons business guys don't like that. Period
  • Day 153.3 Follow The S, Not the Q or the Z - YouTube
    • It's day 153 this is part three
    • And this morning's post I had the temerity to say MZ is not Mark Zuckerberg it's actually MBZ the key weapons buyer for UAE
    • And remember UAE is a funnel for all sorts of rogue nations, all over the world to buy weapons and as well as nuclear materials
    • So Pakistan and UAE really kind of one side of each is a different side of the same coin as far as nuclear materials from Pakistan, weapons from UAE
    • Encouraging states all over Africa, and the Middle East, Central Asia, to raise opium to pay for these weapons war trafficked in women
    • And sometimes even children to pay for that
    • And unfortunately now, more recently, unused organs that are no longer needed by prisoners
    • So this whole DynCorp kind of bouches down in the depths of bouches
    • Here's Rex Tillerson meeting with MBZ not that long ago in November 2016 right before Donald Trump takes office
    • A lot of folks think that at this conference here in Abu Dhabi that Tillerson had been the Shadow Secretary of State the last four years
    • So while Rex Tillerson was nominally the Secretary of State, we won't know until we actually see the Blackberries, see all the messages
    • But I really was encouraged when I saw this thing that Jason did with Dr. Corsi and Charles Ortel
    • Charles Ortel is an expert in this area
    • He knows this Saudi royal family he knows Trump is playing it above board with the Saudi royal family
    • Jason's done some excellent work on this Vegas stuff--that the whole place where all these deals are happening
    • All this drugs for weapons deals are happening
    • So it's it's, and Dr. Corsi has done a lot of great investigative work
    • And what I love about Dr. Corsi
    • He just comes in and just does a comprehensive a-to-z
    • I remember this when we were doing that the DNC--hack versus leak thing when I was sitting in the exact same chair that Charles is sitting in there in Dr.Corsi's library
    • And it's just so much less than I have to prove, when he comes in like this with this book that he has, "killing the deep state"
    • It's just such a beautiful it's like all that I don't have to worry about
    • Now, I can go to the edge, and thank you Dr. Corsi for such a beautiful thing
    • You haven't seen this thing it's two hours long
    • And it's good all the way at 57 minutes Charles mentions his knowledge of the royal family at about a minute 13 Charles she's me Dr. Corsi starts talking about some of the propaganda techniques
    • And the history and background of Muller
    • Now, he did duck this question about SES from Jason
    • Jason asked a very good question, he was kind of following up from Field McConnel
    • And what I've always said here is
    • And just an excellent interview question by Jason
    • There's this core, there's this DoD core that's been put in place to George Bush put that core in place at SES, which I call the SS?
    • Did George Bush push the SS inside the SES?
    • Create the SES for that exact reason, to kind of take over government with a DOD anointed core, rather than having general government servants come up through the ranks?
    • Well I think he did
    • And I think it's been that way since the very inception
    • And especially a DOJ, DoD, and DHS
    • So I want to keep concentrating there
    • So what's great about this now, I can go straight at that core
    • And so much of this stuff doesn't need to be proven
    • So get this book I recommend this book that's "killing the deep state" book by Dr. Corsi
    • Remember Q isn't talking to outsiders
    • He's talking to insiders he's talking to insiders that have seen messages going back and forth between Tillerson and somebody named MZ
    • Everyone is trying to get people to think MZ a Zuckerberg
    • MZ is MBZ you're the
    • What Q is trying to do is influence people who are insiders not outsiders
    • They're trying to get people who have seen the Intelligence
    • But haven't quite put all the Intelligence together on the inside, who've seen the messages that MZ is Zuckerberg not MBZ
  • Day 153.4 Trump Choosing MBS Over MBZ, More ShareBlue Projection - YouTube
    • It's day 153 this is part 4
    • And I'm going to make this experience clear as I possibly can
    • It's a decision between MBS here, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, versus MBZ, one of the Seven Dwarves of the UAE
    • This being the biggest dwarf here MBZ
    • So it's MBS Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia
    • Or MBZ Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi
    • That's the choice here
    • The choice in the transaction is an aboveboard transaction you're being shown by the president an aboveboard transaction for both weapons systems here and other investments
    • One is a blue board
    • One's a yellow board
    • You're seeing the transaction right in front of your face right in front of your eyes right
    • Versus this meeting which is two days before the election with Rex Tillerson and MBZ
    • A covert cover for what the hell do we do if Trump wins this thing?
    • What do we do with our covert weapons business or our oil for weapons business?
    • And our drug for weapons business?
    • What the hell do we do?
    • Well we'll make you Secretary of State, you can just run underneath
    • Well that worked for about a year maybe a year and a half everything else
    • Mark Zuckerberg being brought in from the shadows...Cambridge Analytica
    • Cambridge Analytica Oh has been they try to make it into a English company
    • And I guess it is in some way
    • But here again, Andrew Thierrault the whole deep-dive crew at Share Blue are all the nuts and bolts of this
    • This is all Obama for America
    • Cambridge Analytica is all Obama for America
    • All deep dive targeting
    • This is what I sold four years ad-targeting profiles...
    • If you're gonna try to accuse Trump of... if Cambridge Analytica scraped 47 million profiles, you're gonna try to say that's what won Trump the election?
    • It's just yet another attempt at accusing Trump of something that you did!
    • They're just going down every crime committed they committed and accusing Trump of it
    • Cambridge Analytica is Obama's company
    • It's not Trump's company!
    • They probably spent--Dan Scavino probably spent about 300,000 bucks with with Facebook in Cambridge Analytica
    • They probably spent a lot more than that with Facebook directly
    • But Cambridge Analytica is the one that's great the profiles not Trump
  • Day 153.5. Overhead Persistent Infrared Radar - Wishing You Well - YouTube
    • Day 153 this is part five
    • Everyone here at overhead persistent radar, everyone,
    • I speak I think I speak for the OL the whole overhead persistent radar family, when we wish you a Merry Christmas
    • OH first day of spring oh sorry I got it
    • Yeah everyone here at overhead persistent radar imaging wants to wish you a very Merry Spring
    • Now, we do a lot of weapons testing in the China China China Lake area
    • And what happens is gaseous--trapped in our Earth's crust will be released
    • And we have overhead persistent radar
    • We can see that from satellite, even on cloudy days like today
    • We can find help you find the oil that you've been looking for on your land
    • Are you a farmer who's coveted the land of another farmer or are you a BLM representative who wants to retire by taking some farmers land or for some ranchers land
    • We can help you do that as well
    • If you're inside SES we have several partnership programs that are available to easily take whatever land we come up with with our US Geological Survey information or our NOAA survey information
    • We only ask a small percentage here at Rothschild overhead persistent radar we bring you the latest in technological breakthroughs to get YOU the results YOU want as far as taking land and ranches in the West
  • Day 153.6. Is Susan Rothschild On NOAA Staff? - YouTube
    • It's day 153 as we're plowing snow here
    • A lot of people have contacted me very very disappointed that I was kidding about Rothschild weather machinery, weather stock
    • And I know how disappointing that is to many people
    • But if I was in business, let's say I was in business in Aurora, Colorado, for doing let's say overhead persistent OPI our OPI our IRS infrared overhead persistent
    • OPIR radar is all that it's there all the time
    • And it's our number one nation's defense against missile launches
    • And it's run out of Buckley, Colorado
    • The four hundred and sixtieth a winged space war wing runs that right
    • As a matter of fact in that six square miles at Buckley, Aurora, Colorado
    • Or if you're named Suzanne Rothschild and you have a company there for OPIR--both of them work
    • But they run all the reserve training, all reserve training for OPIR which is kind of neat
    • So here we go, satellite makes a pass, the satellite makes a pass just like the plow just made a pass
    • And that detects heat events all along the swath
    • If you have a constellation of those, you have a constellation of those plowing the sky, you're going to get a map
    • A heat map of the entire world, especially in the western United States of any heat events
    • And this is very precise radar
    • We're talking about a telescope the size of a bus, with the precision of the pin of a head from twenty three thousand miles away in the Geo belt
    • So we're not talking about inaccurate systems here
    • That's just from satellite here comes that satellite again
    • We just detected heat events
    • Now, we can do that from planes, helicopters, so if we bring people into Buckley and do training missions, we can detect heat events there
    • If we coordinate that with our testing of explosives heat events like escaping hot gases from our Earth's crust, let's just pretend that lawyer below there is his crest
    • Now, we can see the black
    • The black is the gold
    • That's the oil that's the gas where there's oil there's gas trapped
    • we're just gonna take off that top layer with our explosion here it comes again
    • (this is kind of exciting actually)
    • OPIR there you have it
    • So that's how how its works
    • Now, why is Susanne Rothschild there?
    • Well you can also use this in mining oil gas and mining
    • Because once you go down and drill for where the gas heat is coming out, you find oil
    • But you also find minerals it's gonna take a tunnel
    • You may as well dig a tunnel and find it all
    • As a matter of fact you may want to dig a tunnel from here to there for some other reason
    • And just take all the stuff that you find along the way have somebody else pay for the building of the tunnel
    • So you might want to do a big train in from let's say San Francisco to Los Angeles with lots and lots and lots of tunnels
    • I'm not saying that's what's happening, but here it is
    • Just taking that top layer off, so you can see those heat events
    • I'm not saying that the weapons testing in New Mexico at Sandia lab would be exactly the perfect for this type of remote-sensing testing
    • I'm not saying that
    • I'm not saying China China China Lake is the place for that
    • I'm not saying different military bases all over the West would be perfect for doing that sort of testing, in order to take farmers, and ranchers land
    • I'm not saying that at all
    • But I'm saying if you were the wrongheaded type of person, you could do that
    • You could create a hoax weather event here and a hoax weather machine over here, while you're taking land and farms land over there with your sweeps
    • Just think OPIR
  • Day 153.7 More Drill Down on SES - What Border? - YouTube
    • It's day 153 this is part six
    • And somebody asked me if this Yaeger this gentleman here this Yaeger here the director of strategy twenty years in the Navy...working in Homeland Security office in the Inspector General William Yaeger
    • Now, we know John Rafi Inspector General what DHS's is gone
    • So this is a sub department here at training and workforce
    • So this is William Yaeger are they executive service
    • Are they Senior Executive Service or not? And he's not
    • But I did find another one I went and just searched on Yaeger you just go to this plum book he just googled plumb book 2016
    • And then you got a hit down here on Michael J Yeager at Customs and Border Protection
    • So you have to do in this situation is just go dow and look at the resume
    • He's about ten years younger than I am he's about 47 46 maybe
    • He went to law school here at College Park Maryland here at University of Maryland
    • Drilling down a little bit here you find out he's at border pathways government solutions here in Washington DC
    • Now, it was at US Customs and Border Protection
    • But was that on the wall was that on the wall or was that at any of our major ports?
    • No it was actually as a office of Congressional affairs which means you basically meet with Congressmen to try to get immigration money and immigration testing
    • He spent a little bit of time in private while while Hillary was kind of sewing, getting ready for the 2008 campaign
    • But before that again, he was a democratic deputy chief counsel
    • So he's over at kind of the one of the probably this the Cannon office building working at the committee for government and Reform and oversight
    • Again, all the way back to the Clinton administration
    • Again, lawyers hands here at Capitol Hill not spending a lot of time at the border
    • Now, he would have gone from this political job to an appointment at a very young age, here to be in this US Customs and Border Protection
    • And again, he is in the senior executive service
    • This is exactly the thing I'm talking about, where you've kind of got--I don't want to say soft--lily palmed lawyers--in the role that traditionally would be somebody who's had thirty years experience on the border, seen it all, done it all, done a lot of--aerial reconnaissance surveillance, marine reconnaissance, been on a lot of Coast Guard cutters, been on the doing the night-vision stuff on the border, and shot at a couple of times, been in a few fights--gone into the barrios...and had to fish people out that were murderers...
    • That's the kind of guy I want running a Customs and Border Protection
    • Not someone who is kind of gland glad-handing politicians and taking them over to the Capital Grille
    • Not that there isn't a use for that
    • I just don't think the Senior Executive Service is the place for that
  • Day 153.9. Mr Rosenstein, Tear Down This Wall. Of. Paper - YouTube
    • It's Day 153 I think this is part eight
    • The Rothschild weather machine stock is is out of control
    • People are dumping their Bitcoin
    • They're coming along at these pay stations, where firemen with boots
    • They're throwing their Bitcoin in, they're taking out handfulls of Rothschild Weather Machine [Stock]
    • So get it out of it while it lasts--I don't know if it's gonna last much longer
    • But anyway on to other topics--a lot of is being said about this congratulatory phone call that Trump gave to Putin
    • Don't you realize, Mr. Trump, that democracy was in the balance
    • Cambridge Analytica has 50 million Facebook profiles--we had these Russian insurgents all over all of our elections 2014 2015 2016
    • They injected themselves in all these state races
    • They caused panics
    • They caused a chemical plume attack in Louisiana
    • A race riot murder in in Atlanta
    • They caused a Ebola scare
    • I mean democracy hung in the balance
    • We were on the precipice
    • Don't you realize Mr. president get a grip Mr. president
    • Don't you realize we shouldn't be congratulating Putin
    • He almost destroyed our country!
    • Well if that's the case, then Mr. Rosenstein
    • Mr. Mueller
    • Mr. McCabe
    • Mr. Comey
    • Publish publish publish the modus operandi published a modus operandi of these terrible operatives this Krylova and this Bogacheva
    • Let not another day go forth where Krylova's little cryogenic little machinations in America go on unshown, show light, cast a great light upon that evil
    • Cast great light upon Bogacheva's manipulations--her boggedness her boggedness Miss Bogacheva's Boggedness
    • Another day must not go by
    • Publish her expense reports
    • Just publish one document, published Bogacheva and Krylova's expense report--
    • [It] Says every city they went to
    • Says everything they did
    • Why don't you actually show the detailed indictment of what they actually did in each State, for each election where they visited--all their different hotel itineraries that you want they went to
    • Publish that for the American people, so our democracy doesn't come under asunder
    • Doesn't come under this kind of assault again
    • We must fight for our democracy Mr. Rosenstein, we must fight for it mister I almost said Rothschild {{ LAUGH }}
    • Mr. Mueller, Mr. McCabe, Mr. Comey {{ LAUGH }}
    • Now's the time: publish the expense reports, strike down--take a strike a blow at this this {{ LAUGH }} Russian interference
  • Say 153.10 Jared Kushner. - YouTube
    • This is Day 153 I guess part 10
    • Welcome to the Rothschild weather machine, I guess
    • Iggy Azalea told me not to make this video
    • So Jared Kushner
    • I look at him as a person who's putting all of his personal wealth on the line for Israel
    • I know Americans don't see it this way
    • I know Americans say "Oh Israel is somehow controlling or whatever"
    • But if you're from Israel, I think you see it very differently
    • You see seven nations, totally surrounding you, saying that they're going to kill you
    • And I see a person in New York, who could say, "oh that's not my problem: I'm rich. I've got millions of dollars"
    • But he decided, no that's that's not going to be somebody else's problem
    • That's going to be my problem
    • And if Mueller wants to entrap Jared for being a brave person, representing one of the countries he has a strong affinity for, then that's the way it's going to be
    • But I don't I just think that's a very poor angle of attack for the Mueller offensive team
    • {{ 911: No it's great, because now we can paint Mueller as an antiSemite, and if Antifa supports antisemites, then we can definitively say the Left are Nazis and we can then have a right wing revenge motive to stand up to them FINALLY. I know that's political. And Shitty. But we're in the midst of 'worldview warfare'. But you're 100% right about Israel. People (civilians) are generally good all over the world, and it's psychopathic leaders that embroil them in conflict with each other thru psychological abuse and abuse networks of power--that ends now. }}
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. What is Helix?
Helix Cognitive Computing GmbH is a Berlin-based strategic tech company, dedicated to creating a cutting-edge digital ecosystem for interconnecting Everyone and Everything. Helix aims to challenge the status quo by eliminating the need for intermediaries and central authorities, at virtually no cost. For more information, you can visit our website at
2. What problem is Helix solving?
Helix solves problems associated with centralized systems and management. Rather than blindly relying on third-party promises, Helix builds trust by adopting public consensus mechanisms. Thus, it fosters the creation of endless new relationships and businesses that are more ‚direct‘ in nature. Helix enables the use of end-to-end encryption to emit secured data streams, implying that you can fully control which parties are authorized to access your messages or data.
By eliminating intermediaries, Helix enables trustless transactions. It is no longer required to blindly trust any intermediary, whether it is a storage or financial service provider, such as banks. An example includes the creation of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) that are direct, peer-to-peer and organize their company through digital voting systems. This could be achieved for any organization using the HelixFramework involving no payment fees to Helix. The Helix Consensus Protocol is leveraged to achieve data integrity instead of that (for more information about the HelixTangle, please refer to the Whitepaper on our website:, i.e., transactions that have reached agreement are serialized to the ledger and are immutable.
3. What makes Helix different to others?
  • The Helix Consensus Protocol (HCP) enables efficient and secure transaction processing at virtually no cost, opposed to legacy blockchains.
  • We are building an application by the name of HelixComposer. Helix assigns great importance to usability and accessibility by providing an interface for people who do not have prior knowledge in cryptocurrencies or computer sciences. The HelixComposer and its graphical user interface provide the middle layer or rather the "interaction layer" between users and the network infrastructure. It enables interactive guidance and tools for designing own decentralized applications and defining smart contracts.
  • We have community service, the HelixFoundation. The HelixFoundation assures the sustainability of the HelixNetwork. The HelixNetwork consists of Nodes (Computers) executing HCP and overlay networks (such as Flash and MAM), that are leveraged to achieve greater scalability and privacy. Further, the HelixFoundation is dedicated to creating educational workshops in the realm of Distributed Ledger Technologies, as we feel a great need of educating interested people and promote young talents.
4. Is Helix an active player in the Blockchain space?
Helix is active in the Distributed Ledger Technologies DLT space with its own Peer-to-Peer (P2P) network protocol – not based on Blockchain principles. The Helix Distributed Ledger is modeled as a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG), a well-known data structure with excellent properties in terms of scalability.
5. What does decentralization mean?
Decentralization is a term used in network topology to describe the relations between different node types. Centralized systems typically consist of a client-server architecture or slave nodes listening to a coordinator.
Decentralization promotes the elimination of unnecessary intermediaries, from the transfer of value between persons and things.
6. What is Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)?
Distributed Ledger Technology encompasses an extensive database consisting of synchronized digital records. Examples of records maintained by DLTs include monetary transactions (e.g., Bitcoin Blockchain), titles and rights to intellectual property, creative content, music, votes, healthcare records, and other sensitive or confidential material.
7. What is a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG)?
A Directed Acyclic Graph is a particular type of graph consisting of nodes connected to each other by directed edges. The term ‘Directed’ refers to the idea that edges have directions (like a street map), while ‘Acyclic’ implies that it is not possible to walk from a node X and return to X without going back on a previously used edge (for example no U-turns!).
8. What is a P2P Network?
The architecture of most computer applications on the internet is two-tiered. In a two-tiered architecture, there is a clear division between clients and servers. For example, a typical banking application allows a client to prepare transactions on his/her local machine, and upload the transaction to the bank's centralized server or database. In contrast to the two-tiered architecture of centralized applications, P2P systems equally distribute all aspects of the application across participants, which enables workloads, resources, and values to be shared, and additionally, eliminates the need for peers to trust central authorities.
9. What is “cognition”?
The word cognition derives from the Latin term cognosco which means 'to conceptualize'. Cognition can be defined as the mental act of acquiring and understanding knowledge through senses, experience, and thought.
10. What does “cognitive computing” mean?
Cognitive computers imitate human intelligence by processing data with a set of rules and procedures that can be updated iteratively, based on the value of the incoming data on an asneeded basis. Cognitive computing systems can provide highly accurate descriptions of visual and linguistic data, just like humans. A developing cognitive computer system relies on machine learning strategies, and the scientific study of biological systems, including their cognitive abilities that sustain autonomous, self-driven learning.
11. How is Helix funded today and do you plan an ICO – when?
Currently, Helix is funded by global private and institutional investors. In order to optimize its strategy and operations to the interest of both public (i.e. community) and professional investors, Helix decides to defer its ICO until a better perception in the markets evolves. Helix also intends to evaluate other forms of global coin distribution models where the public audience would be involved in schemes similar to Bounty Programs or Air Drops rather than an ICO. For more detailed information about ICO and Coins, please refer to the Helix ICO & Coins Quick Facts on our website:
12. What is a cryptocurrency after all?
A cryptocurrency is a digital means of payment created and transferred using cryptographic principles, to enable a decentralized and secure payment system.
13. What is HLX?
HLX is the cryptocurrency developed by Helix Cognitive Computing.
14. Why is HLX called "Cognitive Cryptocurrency"?
Every transaction initiated in the HelixTangle results from the process of cognition. Helix uses cognitive scientific methods for purposes of security and validation in the network. For example, in order to approve or validate a transaction, Helix introduces the first ever transaction ledger in the crypto world, which secures transactions using artificial intelligence techniques such as decentralized deep learning, a unique ability to understand, reason and learn about cyber-attacks and threats.
15. Who can use HLX?
HLX is for everyone and everything. You do not need to create a large valued transaction to use the HelixTangle. And since there is no fee, both people and machines can attach their micro-valued transactions to the HelixTangle. Thus, the HelixTangle can be used for machineto-machine settlement, person-to-machine, or machine-to-person payments.
16. Who needs HLX?
The HLX coin is the means of digital exchange in the HelixTangle.
17. How I can mine HLX and how expensive are the transaction fees?
You cannot "mine" the HelixTangle because the Helix protocol does not require intermediaries like miners. The upshot is that the HelixTangle does not waste valuable resources like energy or natural space. Regarding transaction fees, there are none!
18. How are HLX created?
The HLX amount was set in advance by a human council. The sum is set in advance in the code and implemented in the HelixTangle. The Total Coin Supply is calculated from (244 * 244).
19. What is the maximum number of HLX Coins that can be in circulation?
Our maximum amount will be 4,292,493,394,837,504 HLX or 4,292,493,394 mHLX. We also tend to say, in short, but imprecisely: "The total supply is approximately 4,3 petaHLX".
20. What is the difference between mHLX and HLX?
Because the number 4,292,493,394,837,504 HLX is rather inconvenient to use, we count in millions of HLX, calling that unit mHLX (“Mega Helix”).
So the integer of the total coin supply divided by a million results in the total mHLX supply of 4,292,493,394 mHLX.
21. Is the HLX supply infinite?
The HLX coin supply is finite, not infinite. In other words, there are a limited number of HLX coins. In contrast to the Keynesian economic models of most states, the HLX coin supply is not inflationary because no one can “print money” as they need it, and arbitrary coins are never generated.
22. On which exchange platforms for trading HLX will be available?
To be announced after the ICO.
23. Where can I store my HLX?
Once the HLX coins are prepared for transfer to third parties, you can store your HLX inside the HelixWallet software that will be provided in time for the coin transfers.
24. Is Helix' focus on the HLX coin or the Tangle?
First and foremost, Helix is not about the cryptocurrency but rather a protocol for introducing next-generation technology in decentralized distributed computing. It can be said that the cryptocurrency HLX is a necessity to our peer-to-peer network. To be able to tap the full potential of the HelixTangle you need currency. It is not possible to pay with fiat money on the Tangle, and this is not a plan.
25. Is the HelixNetwork better than a Blockchain P2P network?
Yes. Advantages of the HelixNetwork over traditional Blockchain P2P networks include:
  • Cost – Transactions in the Tangle are free of charge and occur at a far higher speed
  • Scalability - Transaction confirmation speed increases linearly with the numbers of tips
  • Decentralization – The Helix Tangle eliminates the need for mining or miners
  • Environmentally Friendly – e.g., No waste of electrical energy
  • Can be used by the emerging machine economy (=IoT and sensors).
26. Why is the Tangle faster than a Blockchain?
New transactions in the Tangle confirm two previous transactions. This makes the Tangle infinitely scalable. Blockchain, on the other hand, sees several transactions packed into one block and these blocks are charged every ten minutes.
27. What is unique about the Tangle?
The HLX coin can be used like any other cryptocurrency. The network protocol was specially designed to connect devices. Companies and people gather data every day with a myriad of devices such as weather sensors or sensors in machinery and healthcare. But almost every piece of information is not used or recycled. The HelixNetwork can tackle it in two ways: It can save data in a way, such that no one other than yourself has access to the data. Moreover, it allows a free transaction between the owner and the one who wants to acquire the data. While we already realize how relevant data is at present, in the future, data will play an even more significant role.
28. How is data stored in the Tangle?
Suppose you want to send a JPG file to someone. First, your picture will be split into several parts and stored in a special field of various Helix transactions.
To send data or communicate with someone on the HelixTangle, you store data in the shared, public version of the Tangle for a limited amount of time. When you, or someone else you authorize, retrieve the data, you are reading the data directly from the HelixTangle in its most current state. The transactions containing your data will not be removed until a snapshot, which is like sending data off into oblivion. After the data has been forgotten, all transaction objects valued at 0 are deleted from the shared, public HelixTangle. If someone would want to read your data from the HelixTangle, that would mean that they must take the precisely same walk through the graph you already did, and only then they would recover the original walk, or message, or data. To simplify this process and stay up to certain privacy requirements, we use a module called Masked Authenticated Messaging. It enables a private, public or restricted encrypted data stream, wherein the restricted scheme, for instance, a channel identifier key and a private key would be required to access the data stream.
29. Is the data stored in the Tangle or does the data only pass through the Tangle?
To be certain of the correctness of your data, in other words, to achieve data integrity, it is mandatory that data is stored in the Tangle. Due to Proof of Work requirements and confirmation times, this could lead to problems in a scenario like a messaging app, where remotely instant data transfer is required. In these cases, it is recommended to use an overlay network like Flash. Flash enables the creation of a multi-signature wallet (that holds a balance predefined by the parties) by two or more parties that trust each other. Transactions in a flash channel are almost instant, with delays only associated to network propagation. When the channel is closed by the parties, the last state of the balances of the parties is synchronized to the Tangle. This procedure eliminates a lot of overhead, supports scalability of the overall system, i.e., the HelixNetwork and enables a tremendous throughput of transactions.
30. How is the data sent?
You can use the interface provided in the official HelixWallet. Using the Interface, you will be able to publish data into the Tangle and restrict access to your needs.
31. What are possible use cases for the HelixTangle?
To give a few examples:
  • Bio data platform - BEAMS (Helix' first spin-off, more information at
  • Recording diagnostics
  • Supply Chain Transparency (Manufacturing)
  • Aircraft Maintenance, Repair, and Operations (MRO) Energy & Utilities (The era of microgrids)
  • Public transport (Train, bus)
  • Licensing (Music, movies)
  • Votes (Government)
  • Post-shipping companies (UPS, DHL)
  • Food Industry (Food tracking)
32. Do I need HLX to use the Tangle?
It is not entirely necessary to own HLX to use the Tangle. In the future, you will be able to use the Helix Tangle to store and send your data to other people securely.
33. When will the HelixTangle / Network be available?
The MainNet should be launched in Q1 of 2019.
34. How can I synchronize with Helix' progress?
To keep up to date, you can follow our Social Media Accounts, or get informed through our website and Discord server.
Helix is active on the following Social Media Platforms:
35. What are Helix' intentions regarding Post-Quantum-Cryptography?
Helix’ proof of work is minimal which means the difference of performance between a quantum computer (QC) and a normal computer is minimal (~QC would be roughly 100 times more efficient than an average everyday computer, in blockchain a QC would be 14 billion times more efficient than a high-end mining pool). The difference is great.
Helix uses Schnorr signatures, which are based on the discrete logarithm problem. It achieves high performance and privacy standards and is widely studied and accepted in the industry. The problem is it’s susceptibility to quantum computations (to be more specific Shor’s algorithm implementation on QCS). Although we see the quantum era as a massive threat to existing cryptographic methods, we are sure of the fact that certain attacks, which are currently only theoretically modeled, will need a few more years to become practical enough for sufficient incentive of an adversary. While Helix is determined to come up with solutions for the quantum era, we decide to take a route quite different from our predecessor. Instead of publishing “quantum proof” algorithms (that the scientific community hasn’t had a chance to study yet), now in a time where there is no practical QC attack, seems kind of premature. In a realm, where trust is the highest good, seems premature.
The general idea is to use, what achieves the best performance and security standards today, while initiating the research needed to sustain all of the computing eras that lie ahead.
36. What Helix areas and brands are worth to know?
  • HelixEcosystem - All systems, users, community associated with the HelixTangle
  • HelixTangle - Helix’ initiated P2P network protocol (a next-generation internet)
  • HelixPlatform - The place for developers and community to interact with the HelixTangle
  • HelixWallet - Interface to manage participation in the HelixEcosystem
  • HelixVirtualMachine - Provides secure access to the computing power of the HelixTangle
  • HelixComposer - Toolkit to build your dApps (decentralized use cases)
  • HelixWetware - Helix’ future initiative for a DNA-based molecular storage system
  • HelixFoundation - the Non-Profit arm of Helix to foster HelixEcosystem and R&D
  • HelixCognitiveComputing - the Commercial legal entity of HelixGroup
  • HLX - Helix Cognitive Cryptocurrency
  • BEAMS - A bio data platform powered by the HelixTangle
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Togashi's Nen in real life explained.

Anyone who have watched Hunter x Hunter knows the mysterious technique of Nen and how it works. I think many fans of HxH dream if only Nen was in real Life. That's why Im here to analyze Yoshiro Togashi's Nen in details and show you how it's actually a real technique.
First of All, we need to know the definition of Togashi's Nen, so according to Fandom Wiki : Nen is a technique that allows a living being to use and manipulate their own Aura (Life energy).
If we want to make from this definition a real technique, we need to know what is this "Aura".
Because there is many different definitions of Aura. I will just write my own. Aura is something that our body emit, and can be perceived by other living being. But this Aura cannot be measured by tools or machinery. It's not heat nor electromagnetic made by our neural waves nor any physical force field that affect no-living object. We only know this aura can only affect living being. Living with consciousness.
The most known Aura effects is the "Feeling of being watch" or "Sensing the presence of someone". If someone was watching you from his own eyes there is a possibility that his aura will have effect you. If he was using a camera from another country watching, his aura will also have effect you. If he was recording the video to watch you later, the moment he watch the video his aura will go to the past and affect you the moment of the recording. But if the recoding was destroyed before any living being had watched it, no aura will affect you. (A little like the Von Neumann-Wigner interpretation of Quantum Observation) That means this aura, is not limited to space nor time, and can only be emitted and received by living with consciousness.
So the perfect equivalent aura in real life and in scientific meaning is : Information.
In the world of Hunter x Hunter, we can say that everything has some amount of Aura (Nen) in it. Same as in our real world everything has some amount of information in it.
There is an example that confirm the fact that equivalent of the Nen is information, is when Wing shown Gon, Killua and Zushi the CD video of Hisoka's match agains Kastro. Paused at a Bungi Gum attack, Wing tell them to concentrate their Aura in the eyes (Gyo) to see the Bungi Gum. But the video was just a recording from a CD. Did the camera recorded the lights waves of the aura? if so, changing brightness, color and contrast from Photoshop or AfterEffect will expose the Aura. And it also means it possible to make a detector that can detect and measure Aura. But Aura is not a frequency wave, it's does not emit light.
I dont know what is the explication of this in the Anime. But if we see Aura as information, it make perfect sense. The video has hidden information that can be deduced only if you concentrate on your eyes and analyze the image. Like concentrate your eyes on the hand movement of a real magician manipulating objects to find the trick. I think this is the scene where Togashi was referring in the Anime.
The perfect equivalent of Hisoka's video in real life is this video of the mentalist Lior Suchard manipulating a whole audience.
Can you see the trick? No, it's not injecting the word "S-T-A-R" in the mind, his explanation is incorrect. Keep in mind a mentalist/magician will never expose his tricks. The real trick is the hardest, he manipulated the information flux of the whole surrounding, by carefully listening to all inputs from his 5 senses. and analyzing the best words, body reaction, and state of mind to make the outcome the closest to the probability of every one drawing a star (he say himself, he use only his 5 sense there is no 6). He did like Tool Assisted Speedrun (TAS) in video games, but in real life. He already have build up with experiance an emulator of real life and social interaction events in his mind where he can simulate the outcome and search for the best inputs. And he did that months before the show. And when in the stage he only push "Play". Like play the file inputs of a TAS from an emulator on a real game console. And to achieve this, he need a perfect control of information (Aura) emitted by his body and received by his 5 senses. The false explanation of "STAR" at the end was just to cover up the trick and also make the audience believe that he can make them draw anything if he want to. But this only work for "STAR". He can do for other drawing but for him "STAR" is the easiest one. Also don't be fooled by his humble appearance and made up accent. His Zetsu of nullify his Aura/Information is very impressive. But he is a great Nen Master.
So the equivalent of Aura is information. if we rewrite the definition of Nen from Fandom and replacing Aura by information, we will get : Nen is a technique that allows a living being to use and manipulate their own information.
For the perspective of other, our own information can be from multiple source : body, gesture, words, sound, eyes. But in our perspective, the real source of our information is unique : our Mind. Thats why Togashi explained Nen as Mind Force (念).
To use and manipulate our own information, we need to use and manipulate the source, our state of Mind. And this can be done by big amount of meditation and very hard training or any hard work that use mental or physical abilities. This explain why some world's most famous and influential people have naturally learned how to manipulate their own information. They got through very hard experience in life and trained on very hard physical or mental situation. The information that they are genius come from the force of their Minds.
To control our Mind we need to be self aware of it and study it. The Mind is composed to three different states : Emotion, Mental and Instinct. To Master a game like chess, we need first to nullifies our emotion after a good move or a bad move. Shroud our mental to think deeper, memorize better and learn faster. And Enhance our instincts by sensing the game and the future of opponent moves.
We know in the Anime, Nen have 4 principe : Ten shroud the Aura (on the body). Zetsu nullifies the Aura. Ren intensify the Aura. Hatsu act/transmit the Aura.
In real world equivalent, if we replace Aura with information, the 4 principle will be : Ten shroud the information. Zetsu nullifies the information. Ren intensify the information. Hatsu act/transmit the information.
For Hatsu, we are already seeing it. We transmit information by words, writing, books, cars, computer, planes, building, music, art, programs, video games etc. They are all made up from information, the expression of the user or maker. And those who copy others, can never master Information.
For Ten, Zetsu, Ren in real life are principle of the state of mind. To master the game of chess for example you need to first to Zetsu nullifies the Emotion. Ten shroud the Mental, and Ren Intensify the instinct. And with those principle you can use and manipulate your own information and make your Hatsu stronger.
Komugi was too far better than Meruem in Gungi because she exceed in all of these principles of Nen in the game. She has a perfect Zetsu of emotion, she is emotionless when playing, not like Meruem where emotion took over him specially when he think he made a perfect move, the precocious feeling of achievement. And she has also a perfect Ten of Mental. materializing the board in her mind with an eidetic memory of all moves and positions and shroud all the mental in Gungi without thinking of anything else. And also a wonderful Ren, which made her sense the game and predict the unpredictable with her instinct and discover new strategies by acting randomly and make herself impossible to Meruem to predict. And this made her Hatsu on the game unreachable by Meruem. Even if he was the King of Ant the most powerful creature in the anime. The case of Gungi's Nen is the exact in our world. Only the game is the world and the players are us. And those who master Nen have a far better advantage.
And now we know the the equivalent of Aura and 4 principle of Nen, we need to know the types of Nen in real life.
In the Anime there is 6 type of Nen : Enhancer, Transmuter, Emitter, Conjurer, Manipulator and Specialist. The definition of those type are firmly linked to the definition of Aura in the anime as a Physical Energy, where every type has a physical propriety on the matter and manipulating the existence of matter in the void. But what caught my intention more than that, is Hisoka's Test of personality of each Type:
Enhancers are determined and simple.
Transmuters are whimsical and prone to deceit.
Emitters are impatient, not detail-oriented, and quick to react in a volatile manner.
Conjurers are typically high-strung or overly serious and stoic.
Manipulators are logical people who advance at their own pace.
Specialists are individualistic and charismatic.
In real world, those type of Nen are the type of Mind. And there is not 6 but 9 types : Reformer, Helper, Achiever, Individualist, Investigator, Loyalist, Enthusiast, Challenger, Peacemaker. And like Hisoka, the Personality Test of those type are :
Reformers are principled, purposeful, self-controlled, and perfectionistic.
Helpers are generous, demonstrative, people-pleasing, and possessive.
Achievers are adaptable, excelling, driven, and image-conscious.
Individualists are expressive, dramatic, self-absorbed, and temperamental.
Investigators are perceptive, innovative, secretive, and isolated.
Loyalists are engaging, responsible, anxious, and suspicious.
Enthusiasts are spontaneous, versatile, acquisitive, and scattered.
Challengers are self-confident, decisive, willful, and confrontational.
Peacemakers are receptive, reassuring, complacent, and resigned.
In the Anime, We know that a Nen user have only one basic type that can be determined by the Water Divination, but he can learn some of the other types as complement according it's compatibility on the Hexagon. It's just the exact same In real world, a Nen user have only one basic type that can be determined by a test called the RHETI test. And he can learn some of the other types according it's compatibility on a crescent shape with 9 vertices; the Nenagram (Nonagram/Enneagram). Where each type is connected to two other types, and can learn one of the them beside his basic type, and that second type is called the Wing. The basic type dominate and the Wings complement the personality of Nen. And learning something that do not fit on your type may be difficult. And I think Togashi have made his inspiration of types of Nen exactly from this. It's explain why he chose the name Wing for the first Nen teacher of Gon and Killua.
(for more info about RHETI :
Now, we have analyzed Nen in real life. And made up an equivalent of Ren, Ten, Zetsu, and the types of Hatsu. The question is how to learn all those techniques and made it in practice?
We said that to master Nen we need a very hard training and big amount of meditation, more specifically a physical work and a mental work, to achieve a perfect control of our Nen/Information. In the Anime, Wing had explained that there is two way to get Initiated to Nen : The deliberate way and the aggressive way. The deliberate way is by training and meditation which it's the most common. And the aggressive way, is using the brute force.
In our real word, the aggressive way or the bruce force is training and mediating simultaneously all day and all night and even when sleeping without a break. Because mastering Nen has a price, and that price is by doing that work, a work that merge the physical work and a mental work on one unique elemental work.
Isaac Netero has already made a similar of this, a merging by adding praying which is mental work with a punch, a physical work into one work, and do it repeatedly many times for many years to achieve the incredible power he had on the anime. But we in real life will marge even more on a more simple single elemental work. And that work is : continuous muscle contraction.
The continuous muscle contraction is both, a training of the strength and the endurance of the muscle, and a meditation to concentrate the mind into one unique point. And with this work its possible to learn Nen faster and master it better than most famous natural Nen user.
In the body there is many muscle; arms, hands, legs, abs, face… etc. And for a beginner contracting continuously all the muscle at once is nearly impossible. That why we need to contract muscle by muscle. Each time after a muscle become a second nature we add another muscle in contraction. But we don't want to train only the muscle, we need also meditate to enforce our mind with it's 3 states; Emotion, Mental and Instinct. That's why the muscle order need to follow some specific steps; 3 steps to be exact for 3 groups of muscles. And here we are bringing the 3 principles of Nen in real life: Sen (Emotion), Ten (Mental) and Ren (Instinct).
I will explain only the first principle Sen which is about Emotion. I'm not allowed yet to explain Ten and Ren in details.
Sen is the most fundamental principle in Nen. Because to master our own behavior or our own information, we need to master our own Emotion, and try to nullify it at the maximum. When nullify our emotion, no one can read, provoke or manipulate us. And also it will bring a very calm state of mind. This state of mind can be trained by pure meditation in the deliberate way, but it can also be trained by Nen by continuously contracting muscle.
The center of Emotion is the Heart, which is the source of heart rate, breathing, heart pressure and emotion. The muscles of Sen is the upper abdominal muscles which are the closest to the heart, and continuously contracting it, will make you very conscious of that singularity of heart and emotion and will make you easy to nullify.
The principle of Sen is simple, keep contracting the Abs all day and all night and when sleep until it become your second nature. And then there is the last phase of mastering Sen is protecting the emotion from triggering effects and shocking events. For example, you are playing Five Nights at Freddy's with Sen, if someone jumpscare from behind, you should to max contracting Sen, and concentrate the strength on the heart to protect the emotion from the shock. I little like Ryo from the anime, enforce the aura in a region to block an incoming Kick. The same for other triggering example like: provocation, humiliation, boredom, fear, rage, temptation… Sen in short is nullify the emotion to the maximum and protecting it to maintain a calm state of mind.
If you want more information about Sen, my Master Pakka Jodinshi have made a website in the Deep Web, where he shared the definition of Nen in real life and explained in details the first principle Sen to control Emotion. The two next technique Ten and Ren will be explained later in the website.
The Tor link of the website is : wmjtj2j57mcvs7ms.onion
if you don't have Tor Browser, you can go with any browser to :
if you see only an image with no text, just turn your phone horizontally and the text will appear.
I also made a subreddit for Nen Users who want to collaborate and share their experiences, stories and theories : /NenUsers
Im Jins Leac, my pseudonym. I'm one of the students of Pakka Jodinshi, the pseudonym of my Master who taught me Nen.
I will still be here to discuss both Togashi's Nen and real life equivalent Pakka's Nen.
I will finish my post with some random funny facts and funny coincidences for those who are curious to know or want to laugh a little :
@My username "9fRjigBqHQNwWyYi" was generated by a Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) without any intervention or manipulation by my side, it's the purest form of random and chaos.
@Our pseudonyms are QRNG-crypted names made from our real names. (Public Key from Private Key but Quantum Randomized) But mine Jins Leac by coincidence appear to be similar to Ging Freecs the father or Gon.
@We are descendant from a civilization know to be one of the oldest on earth, we are recognizable by our unique ethnicity, language, culture, calendar and alphabet. And Togashi's custom alphabet in Hunter x Hunter is very similar to ours. Did he get the inspiration from us?
@Our ancestor lived in mountains, exactly in the region of Padokia where is Kukuro Mountains. Does Togashi was referring to us?
@The actual Nen in real life was always a nameless technique. But thanks to Togashi, he gave it a name without knowing about it. Like how the Ant King was nameless until Netero call him Meruem. And when we first watched the Anime, the 2011 one, our jaws juste dropped on how the thing was exactly the same as the nameless technique.
@There is a rumor that Christopher Columbus had a secret after discovering America. The secret leads to a hidden valuable treasure with some writing in our alphabet in it. Which means one from our civilization was there before him, but never returned. Similar to Don Freecs in the dark continent.
@We decide to share the technique in English because its the most popular language. We go through leaning it only for the purpose of making Nen public. The same raison why Ryuk in Death Note explained the rules in English.
@English is our 4th language.
@According to the author of One Peace, Monkey D. Luffy have something called conquerer's palm, which is a straight line in the palm on his hand. Me and my Master have those line on both hands. Monkeys and Apes also have those lines. Thats why in medicine they call it Simian Lines. (And No, we are not Apes, we are Humans, and Darwin did everything wrong)
@In Anime, All hands are simians, Edward Elric is not an exception. (watch the first opening of Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood)
@Treasure Hunters in the region of Padokia are known to hunt very "rare" kids with special traits, because Demons in that region are thirsty of their blood. One of those trait is a straight line in their hands. Demons promise to give the location of a valuable treasure to anyone who sacrifice those "rare" kids to them. Its similar to Chimera Ants hunting rare humans. And many innocent hands got cut and eyes got pulled to be traded between those evil Hunters. Similar to the eyes of Kuruta Clan (Thanks God we are still alive in one piece)
@If you ask a Treasure Hunter the reason why they hunt those "rare" kids, they will tell you that those kids are not born human, they where exchanged when they came to life with a Djin/Demon children. And the Demons want their blood to claim their children and set them free (Well done Demons! Your kind made up a very clever lie!) And because of that filthy lie those hunters dont see us as normal humans but as children of Djins/Demons. Like how people of Konoha saw Naruto when he were a kid.
@In the region of Padokia, All towns begin with "X" and end with "X" in our alphabet. That's why Pakka chose "XX" as our sign in the website on top of his QR code bitcoin address. Similar to the sign of Hunter Association.
@The red shapes in the QR code was to make the code recognizable at first glance with the "+" triangle and the "J" shape. And the color red between the "XX" was to lock it and suggest that the QR need to have those red shapes. If anyone want to steal the content of the website and add his own QR code, he need to remove or modify all the image. And this make us easy to recognize a thief from a supporter. As I said before, a copier will never Master Nen.
@Initiation to Nen are similar to the Sayan Transformation in Dragon Ball series. First transformation in the initiation to Sen (turning on Sen). Second transformation is the initiation to Ten (turning on Ten in addition to Sen). And Third transformation is the initiation to Ren (turning on Ren in addition to Sen and Ten). And the Ultra Instinct Transformation is "The Zone" enhanced by Nen. And I will add the True Ultra Instinct, is when a group of Nen users are synchronized in "The True Zone" like in Kuroko no Basket.
@The fundamental body organs of Nen are : Heart (Sen, Emotion), Pineal Gland (Ten, Mental) and Spinal Cord (Ren, Instinct)
@Ten's muscles are known to be the most useless muscles in the human body
@Ren's muscles are known to be the most useful muscles in the human body
@When Netero was playing the ball game with Gon. Gon want to kick Netero's stomach with his head the second time in a row. Netero had two choices: Keep contracting the abs and Gon will get hurt. Or relax the abs and he will be the one who will get hurt. That mean Netero was continuously contracting his abs during the entire game. He was using the actual Sen.
@Machi of the Phantom Troupe also used Sen to protect her heart from Killua's piercing hand. Similar to the max contracting Sen to protect emotion from outside triggering effect.
@Neferpitou after attacking Kito arm, and staring at Gon and Killua with a wide open eyes, she used the actual Ten.
@When Adult Gon was charging up the Jajanken to punch the falling Neferpitou from the the sky, he used the actual Ren.
@The one who discovered Nen was at night, he had a huge pain on the stomach due to some shocking events he experienced. The pain got so big for him that he fall unconscious. but his body subconsciously contracted very strong the abs on the stomach to reduce the pain. And after he regain consciousness. He felts the abs strongly contracted with no pain and he felt a weird and very different state of mind. Thats how he learned the nameless technique of Nen. It's similar how the Ant Rammot learned Nen, after the huge pain in his stomach due to Gon's punch.
@The effect of Ten is very similar to the NZT-48 pill scene of the movie Limitless by Neil Burger. If the pill unlock 100% of brain abilities for a brief moment. Nen unlock 100% of human abilities permanently if wanted.
@Patrick Janes from The Mentalist is the perfect image of a Nen Master in real life, He know by the deliberate way how to Sen, Ten and Ren. His behavior and deduction dont begin from Sen to Ren, like commun people do, acting with emotion at first and confirm with instinct at the end. But the inverse. He begin from Ren by acting randomly according to his instinct like a little child, Ten by analyzing why he behaved that way and the reaction of people and environment, connecting dots and find the best explanations and the solution, and Sen by Gyo the emotions of others to confirm the solution.
@Actual Nen is very similar to One For All from Bokuno no Hero Academia.
@We think that the secret of Saitama's power from One Punch Man is the actual Nen.
@Nen is the number 9, Sen is the number 1000, Ten is the number 10 and Ren is the Random number. The instinct from Ren is always random.
@I just noticed that my Quantum Random username begin with a 9. A pure coincidence.
@Sen is the color Red, Ten is the color Blue, Ren is the color Yellow, And Nen is the color Vanta.
@If you turn the website upside down, you will see many expression of a frog (Another pure coincidence! It's Pepe the frog!)
@At the year 0 in our calendar, is the year when one from our civilization won against Egypt and become Pharaoh. Its the most influential and memorable moment in the history of our civilization.
@Nen is The Father Of Gods in the ancient Egypt, the name Nen means "Primeval Waters". Which is equivalent to "Primeval Chaos of Information" and we humans, are users of that information. We are represented by The God Kek a frog headed man that make Memes. In its hieroglyphs is a man in front of a computer connected to the Memes Magic (Information).
@Nen is the Father of Kek the God of Darkness and Chaos, Kek is also known as The Bringer of Light.
@The letter "K" in our alphabet have the shape very close to a Frog on the side.
@The letter "N" in our alphabet have the shape of the Stick of The Father of Gods Nen.
@If Illuminati is symbolized by a triangle with a single barely open eye of a white men in the center. Nen is symbolized by a circle with two wide open eyes of a frog in the center.
@In the Light, white is the supreme color, in the Darkness, all colors are equal.
@Frogs are the only species that can recognize colors in the Darkness.
@Light is centralized with one leader at the source, Darkness is decentralized and there is no leader.
@In the Light everything is exposed, in the Darkness everything is anonymous.
@A Star is the symbol of Light, A Crescent Sun/Moon Eclipse is the symbol of Darkness.
@Arabic is our 2nd language
@In Arabic translation, Nen is "ن", Sen is "س", Ten is "تين" and Ren is "غ". All of them are made from Crescent shapes.
@Nen in Arabic is an acronym of Primeval Ink.
@Kek in Arabic is an acronym of Primeval Pen, represented by "ق" the first letter of Pen. "ق" It also linked to the name of the sound of Frogs.
@In Arabic translation, Meme is "م" the first letter of Water.
@We are Humans using the Information.
@We are Pen using the Ink.
@We are Frogs using the Water.
@We are Kek using the Nen.
@Bruce Lee advise : "Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless, like Memes. When you pour Memes in a cup, it becomes the cup. When you pour Memes in a bottle, it becomes the bottle. When you pour Memes in a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Memes can flow and it can crash. Be Dank Memes my friend.".
@If I'm Yugi from Yu-Gi-Oh!, I will see Pakka as the Yami (Darkness) Pharaoh who will bring the Darkness to put out the Light of the Illuminati's pyramid. (And No, Pakka is not some ancient Spirit, he has his own body)
@If I'm Naruto, I will see Pakka as the 9-Tailed Demon Fox. And the funny part is we can summon frogs. (And No, Pakka is not a Demon, it's a normal human like me, and we are 100% human)
@If Satan is the number 666, Nen is the number 999. Add one you got Sen, do the cubic root you got Ten, Divide by zero you got Ren.
@If Satan is symbolized by an inverted Pentacle with a head of a Goat, Nen users (Kek) are symbolized by a Nenagram with a full body Frog.
@If Satan claim the Light and Control, Nen users (Kek) claim the Darkness and Chaos.
@Pure Randomness and Chaos is when patterns and orders occurs.
@Pure Emptiness and Void is when virtual particles appears and disappear.
@Pure Darkness is when virtual lights flashes and extinguish.
@Quantum Randomness from Void fluctuation is the Purest Waters from the fountain of The Father of Gods Nen.
@Here is 999 milliliters of Pure Primeval Water from The Father of Gods Nen's fountain : OxPjqj0VX0oIMvZwdXTYmMZMMFiIyrmhg0ulVLvADW1iVIWkZPQLlU3eV5wNnAvO51Iy6FRGjGRun9w3PIWUgfPOieHcT8dzPfAuOygGY9XUlVDyCi_ue3yqvLeh906s8FB1mzkIbMCpEO902lgcA5onhM94z2RQpVQbDYY8EoNJnvxA8DzDY8C6NHL3sNCmwiVgWkh9k0X3PbNJX9wBVMqiETFNZ4gU2fYM1NOsOW6NYYPF2AH8Vlnc9Y_TjS37wESZtoPKFlaP1EDBpWvFdQ4SxuJ6nVo_Oo8qAnl4yFbO3oH3wfwpsMFcDW6tt6I9LZTFJqAsoXRdyazrBo2uMmpBRod8LfTd7Ji1BheTUXIyw3Li62Eg5C98j4FQO70LutzMiPTZENNZ7LYVmsdKsPt6cOGetqv5YzcufWwUw26qpEVMH4o8ade75hN9_T_eHdKT4xIw7w_Q_SYfTSEYgxRj2RC4nSHNvuG9zdvS71XA4y9TeobRHE6NhB5CSpvA5fNgDkHNT1oEhI7O0x0atUWSWpA1WHx3gaAW5xQyCsQtN2uH8c1xhyJBt9D04bGk_NtAS8kv99h6XCfmExLtZmmlzls8gqVbCsytI8o4Hg11VC7mU1tQD69mXFhM4ip7qzoTnc7YZk44IWSviFu6PwGVW828odKHsx7WYsNZeLZCyUGxcfQsNDpHyi3qodlPKWZrkL0lrorxPCnpQF9ZUhaunV638ynKVSD_XUd6eeBoZeNdvrJDVH1Q_btv95_qtq2ceWren5bMBYzoiY4P9BPYsvylEmDSEWtq3BleLSXbvkc3XOlxW72obrJhJoeFF5AaoQKoheTD4lgBGPtzkRJt6UM9w52luvkhDZJo6yki08umpAZDHDtDmBfZ156BqiqVxTitxcbZuMrjqmbSG7grRzUDE1J2YOgaV1c0b_ve0TrSZFebIkDMkJThSGXSfqgwBlEi4gtC2ajZKmWbl0RmbVzsWqUQ9DIpN
@The name of our civilization also mean Chaos, Savage, Uncivilized, Heathen, Outlandish and Insensate. The perfect meaning of Kek and Nen.
@All the region of Padokia was banned from 4chan. We want to free Kekistan from Normies. Please help us bring Nen to Kekistan.
@Our world is a real life MMO, we called it World Of Nencraft or just Nencraft. Me and Pakka are at level 25 halfway to 26 on Sen and Ten. For Ren, I'm at level 16 (Im in a rest of Ren) and He is at level 22. We need more people joining the game and leveling up to the highest. Then work decentralizedly to beat the Final Boss Illuminati and finally beat the game that no one has ever beat it in Nenillion years. The problem is the Final Boss use Cheat Codes far more powerful than Death Note, which is Black Magic that use Probability Manipulation through a Rule of "Satan can not be killed" in the game program. A Black Magic is an injected instruction in the game program "If this dont happen, Satan will die", and the game program chose always to make the magic happen. Its very similar to No Game No Life (episode 1), where Sora beat the women in Card with the 8th game pelde : "Being caught cheating during a game is grounds for an instant loss". And Illuminati know how to Abuse that.
@The acronym of World Of Nencraft, is WON. Another raison to beat the game.
@As said in Undertale : Anime is REAL!. Our real world will soon be the best Anime you have ever seen.
@In short from everything above, If Illuminati or Satan or The Devil or The Beast or whatever put voluntary subliminal messages on the centralized mainstream medias. Decentralized Anime, Manga, Video Games and Internet Memes Culture (Cult of Kek, Egyptian Gods, Pepe the frog, etc) had by the effect of chaos and pure coincidence clues that leads to Nen.
@This is my third attempt posting in this sub. First attempt got detected as a spam, The second attempt got deleted by Pariston with the tag "Need to be directly related", and I hope in this attempt I made the post related enough so the Zodiacs can be happy. Or maybe they are against the idea of bringing Nen to the public?
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I believe.

be-lief: noun
  1. an acceptance that a statement is true or that something exists.
  2. trust, faith, or confidence in someone or something.
I bought my first 0.25 BTC on February 28, 2014 at $555.40 per coin, I’ve bought coins as high as $657.75, and now I’ve bought coins under $250 (maybe I’ll even pick up some more).
Bitcoin, to date, has not had a good return for me, currently I’m down 33% when compared to dollars, and that is OK.
It was the technology itself that pulled me in, it is truly fascinating.
I have a tech background, but knew next to nothing of economics and cryptography when I jumped on this train.
I’ve learned a thing or two since then, I’ve launched a crypto focused website that includes a price index, p2pool mining super node, and some interesting blockchain data.
I have 2 exciting (for me, not necessarily Bitcoin as a whole) projects I’m working on that will be rolled out in the coming weeks.
I’ve spent a lot of time here, on bitcointalk, and on twitter.
I feel like I have become part of the positive side of this yin and yang machine.
Bottom line is I LOVE THIS STUFF. Bitcoin is exciting.
I believe Bitcoin is a Black Swan event in process, the second in my lifetime after the rise of the Internet and global instant communication.
Here is a short list of reasons why I believe:
  1. Bitcoin is the first major innovation in a global system of exchange that is outside the control of the wealthy elite.
  2. For hundreds of years money has been controlled by those in positions of power, and that power is often obtained and maintained by the barrel of a gun, bitcoin can reduce violence, but it may get worse before it gets better.
  3. Bitcoin removes the need for superfluous third parties completely in many cases.
  4. Bitcoin provides access to a global monetary system for anyone with a cell phone (bank the unbanked).
  5. Bitcoin is a push technology, the existing pull technology behind credit cards and modern banking is inherently flawed.
  6. Bitcoin is decentralized, as long as we keep it that way.
  7. Bitcoin is trust-less.
  8. Bitcoin is border-less.
  9. Bitcoin has a limited supply, it can not be fractionally lent out, but is infinitely divisible.
  10. The pace of innovation within bitcoin is staggering.
If you are like me, an evangelist, you get it and probably want to add to this list, feel free.
If you are a detractor, that's fine, most of us evangelists started out that way. You can shout the sky is falling from the rooftops if you want, that is your right.
If you are new to bitcoin I’d encourage you to learn and make up your own mind as to which side of the coin you fall on. I’ve spent over 10 months studying and participating in bitcoin, I do not regret a minute of it, and I still have much to learn and explore.
Bitcoin is truth in money. It is or it is not, there is no in between. I believe bitcoin will succeed spectacularly, and if I’m wrong it will certainly fail.
In 2140 when the last coin is mined there will either be millions of transactions per day, or none at all.
“This [Bitcoin] is some powerful machinery.” Hal Finney December 11th, 2010
"The design supports a tremendous variety of possible transaction types that I designed years ago. Escrow transactions, bonded contracts, third party arbitration, multi-party signature, etc. If Bitcoin catches on in a big way, these are things we'll want to explore in the future, but they all had to be designed at the beginning to make sure they would be possible later.” Satoshi June 17, 2010
"Sorry to be a wet blanket. Writing a description for this thing for general audiences is bloody hard. There’s nothing to relate it to.” Satoshi July 5, 2010
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[Table] IAmA: I am Tim Berners-Lee. I invented the WWW 25 years ago and I am concerned and excited about its future. AMA

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What was one of the things you never thought the internet would be used for, but has actually become one of the main reasons people use the internet? Kittens.
Edward Snowden- Hero or Villain? Because he ✓ had no other alternative ✓ engaged as a journalist / with a journalist to be careful of how what was released, and ✓ provided an important net overall benefit to the world, I think he should be protected, and we should have ways of protecting people like him. Because we can try to design perfect systems of government, and they will never be perfect, and when they fail, then the whistleblower may be all that saves society.
Did you ever think that the internet would get this big? Yes, I more or less had it nailed down when it comes to the growth curve. I didn't get it completely right --- 25 years ago I was predicting Id be asked to do an AMA on reddit next wek, but it turned out to be this week. Well, we all make mistakes.
(no of course not)
Do you think in the (not too distant) future we'll look back and think ourselves lucky to have witnessed a neutral, free, and uncensored world wide web? I think it is up to us. I'm not guessing, I'm hoping. Yes, I can imagine that all to easily. If ordinary web users are not sufficiently aware of threats and get involved and if necessary take to the streets like for SOPA and PIPA and ACTA. On balance? I am optimistic.
Tim, What other names did you consider other than the world wide web? Mine of Information, The Information Mine, The Mesh.
None had quite the right ring. I liked WWW partly because I could start global variable names with a W and not have them clash with other peoples' (in a C world) fact I used HT for them)
Tim Berners-Lee just left a parenthesis unclosed... Guilty (well, unopened, actually. Here is an extra one to make up.
A lot of people think that your calls for an open web are a bit hypocritical considering your support for the HTML5 DRM spec. What would you tell them? I would suggest to them the DRM question is not that simplistic. People want to watch big movies. DRM is a pain in many ways, but if you have used Netflix or bought a DVD or a bluray, then DRM is part of your life. I agree DRM is a pain in many ways, and should only be used for very "high value" streams. I also would point out that Copyright, DMCA aand CFAA in the US are seriously broken, and need fixing separate from the DRM question. Actually I would get involved with a very long complicated discussion, as I have already with many people. Not sure we have space here. Other points include the the browsers have putt DRM in -- they have to to keep market share -- irrelevant of whether the HTML specs make the connection to the web more standard.
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What web browser do you use? My default browser at the moment is Firefox. I also use Safari, Opera and Chrome each a reasonable amount. Firefox has the Tabulator plugin which does neat things with linked data. If I am running a latest version of that (I check it straight out of github) which can be unstable, I'll use one of the others for things which need to be stable. Joe Presbrey ported the plugin to Chrome too BTW
How do you feel about the supposed dark side of the internet, such as the black markets? (Silk Road etc.) Complicated question. I am not a great expert on them. Simple answers include of course that illegal things are crimes on or off the web. But anonymity is tricky. We have a right to be anonymous as a whistle-blower or under an oppressive regime but not when we are bullying someone? How can we build technical/social/judicial systems for determining which right is more important in any given case? Relates to tor...
What was your first computer? I got a M6800 evaluation kit in 1976, and built a bunch of 3U high cards, put them in a rack with a car battery in the bottom of the crate as UPS. All hand-soldered on veroboard, and programmed in hex. 7E XX XX was a long jump, and 20 XX a relative jump IIRC. The display was an old TV and some logic and a bunch of discarded calculator buttons lovingly relabeled with transfer letters. Those were the days...
Is it true that error 404 came to be as a result of there not being a room 404 in the office you were working at? No. Nonsense.
Why does no one mention Robert Cailliau anymore when it comes to the www? Didn't both of you invent it? Robert didn't invent it. I invented it by myself, and coded it up on a NeXT, but Robert was the first convert to it, and a massive supporter. He got resources together at CERN, helped find students, gave talks. He also later wrote some code for a Mac browser called "Samba". He also put a lot of energy into persuading the CERN directorate that CERN should declare that it would not charge royalties for the WWW, which it did April 1993.
Do you ever look at the stuff on the web now and feel like Robert Oppenheimer? No, not really. The web is a -- primarily neutral -- tool for humanity. When you look at humanity you see the good and the bad, the wonderful and the awful. A powerful tool can be used for good or ill. Things which are really bad are illegal on the web as they are off it. On balance, communication is good think I think: much of the badness comes from misunderstanding.
Where do you think the web will end up in the next 25 years? It is up to us. It is an artificial creation, as are our laws, and our constitutions ... we can chose how they work. We can make new ones. Our choice.
Have you learned to spell referrer yet ? No, my speling is still terible. Hopefully not to much or it will get into header field names without some review at this stage!
Who was your role model as a kid? My parents, who met building the first computer commercialized in the UK - the Ferranti Mk 1, and some of the people they worked with, my math teacher Frank Grundy, chem teacher Daffy...
'Math'? You're letting the side down, TBL. S/math/maths/g
While the web has advanced a lot in the last 25 years, a lot of the user-facing machinery remains the same. My web browser, for example, is faster and has some different functionality, but it still feels very much like Netscape Navigator did in 1994. Do you have any ideas about how interface for the web could change in a real, transformational way? I think that is a really good question. I don't have the answer off the top of my head. Also think when your vision can be completely surrounded with pixels so small you can't see them, a very powerful interface -- how cna we use that -- and to be creative together, not just watch? Inter-creativity I called it early on. Still don't have it.
Something I've been wondering for a while: did the name "World Wide Web" have anything to do with the "WorldWeb" in Dan Simmons' 1989 novel "Hyperion"? (the timing is a funny coincidence if not) No, didn't read that
Did you ever post a picture of your cat? Dog: Yes, Cat: No.
Given your work at the World Wide Web Consortium and support of Internet decentralization, what are your thoughts on the W3C Web Payments Community Group and their effort to standardize web payments using Bitcoin and other digital currencies(Link to What impact, if any, do you think digital currencies might have on how value is sent over the Internet? I think that it is important to have lots of different ways getting money to creative people on the net. So if we can have micropayment user interfaces which make it easy for me to pay people for stuff they write, play, perform, etc, in small amounts, then I hope that could be a way allowing people to actually make a serious business out of it. Flattr I found an interesting move in that direction.
What are your thoughts on the increased surveillance on internet based mediums like GCHQ's monitoring of all the Yahoo video chats. Do you personally think it should be controlled, non existent or fine the way it is now? I think that some monitoring of the net by government agencies is going to be needed to fight crime. We need to invent a new system of checks and balances with unprecedented power to be able to investigate and hold the agencies which do it accountable to the public.
Do you still have an interest in trainspotting? Still like trains, travel on them when I can and when in a country which has gotten its train act together.
I dont really have anything to ask, i'd just want to thank you. Alright.. maybe one question. What site do visit on a daily basis? Since the beginning W3C has worked in the web. "If it isn't on the web it doesn't exist" when it comes to discussing things in meetings etc.
An Internet Bill of Rights feels like a nice concept, but even with the right intentions, it also feels like it centralizes power. And the goal of the Web today is to decentralize power. Can you explain how the two might balance? Funny - I don't see how a bill of rights (like the right to connect with whoever you want to) centralizes power. I think is lays the basis for steering laws, and governments are rather centralized things, but rights constrain governments for the benefit of individuals.
How do you see Edward Snowden? (see below)
Mr. Berners-Lee, the first picture on the WWW is a group of women from CERN at what appears to be a party. Is there a story behind them? Actually it was a lot of cheek (which he has a lot of) for Silvano to suggest that was the first picture on the web. There is no evidence to that effect, apart from that he has got away with it so far. The original NeXT browser would allow you to link HTML files to all kinds of things, movies, images, sounds. (Cool machine, the NeXT) . So people may very early on have put all kinds of things up. I tended to use HTML with talks, with links to diagrams as (typically) postscript. Les Horribles Cernettes were a band where Silvano played and did AV, and the girls in question sang. Silvano is and was a very creative individual in many ways, music, movies, code. etc... and a great spirit (whether or not it really was the first photo!)
You talked recently about having a "Magna Carta" of sorts for the web. How do you envision that sort of system working? Well, what do you think? Crowdsource a bill of rights at the very high level -- values level -- globally, non-nationally, in the first half of this year, and then in the second half of the year in each country make a list of the changes to the national system which will be necessary to implement it? That is plan A I think. See
How did you feel being shown off so elaborately during the London Olympics? That show was a lot of fun. Danny Boyle is really nice, working with 15,000 other volunteers was amazing, also being able to be in the stadium and meet other people backstage. Like a massive amateur musical. Just pulled together at the last minute. And I liked it that it was poking fun on the weather and not skipping the downsides of things like the industrial evolution, not all upbeat.
Hi Tim we began a campaign last year to establish a Universal Declaration of Digital Rights ( as a natural extension of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the digital age. We have a detailed plan on how to achieve this and are poised to kick it off presently. Is this something you would be interested in supporting and if so how can we work with you on this? Cool -- that is very much in line with what we want people to do with the campaign and .. all these things should coordinate and join forces, it seems.
What is the thing your most proud of about the world wide web? The wonderful global collaborative spirit of all the people who turned up to help build it and build things on it.
ISO-8601 for easy sorting! My mother taught me that order. She picked it up when she was an astronomer I think. It is only logical.
In fact be W3C standards compliant its YYY-MM-DD.
[In fact I tweaked the rdflib.js turtle parser to parse naked dates in that format to date objects just like numeric literals: it is so handy in inputting random data. [Link to would like to see it in JSON too]]
Google scholar I think is a move in the right direction. We have JSTOR etc now but I dislike due to costs to read, not super awesome interface, not inclusive of all/many good published relevant articles, etc. I think lots of room for improvement. JSTOR is fine for you if someone else -- your University -- pays your subscription. Not if you are an independent scholar, school kid, or bright excited online poor person.
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