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    I have considered your wise advice and ignored it completely. Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)19:34:12 No.2685381  
    Bought with first paycheck:

    ~Keyhole stickercams
    ~Slimline apple optics
    ~Complete first season of beauty the beast
    ~Pocket LIPC w/registration app
    ~A dime (drug implant) and refill kit
    ~Some hair, eye, bone and muscle horomones.
    ~Day passes to the lunar gardens resort
    ~Pearl earrings

    Those last two are so I don't get beat down for blowing my paycheck but I didn't forget what you said, I put away about $3500. It's better than nothing and I do feel a little more responsible for it.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)19:35:31 No.2685400
    your late
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)19:37:04 No.2685420
    2nd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    inb4mootblux
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)19:37:40 No.2685433
    >>2685400

    Nonsense, it's been a while but I remember promising to post again on the 7th of January 2009, between 6 and 8pm. I settled on 7:30 and it took a minute or two for the streams to sync up.

    So what's happened while I was gone?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)19:38:14 No.2685439
    Seriously, explain in detail those things you bought.
    I mean wtf. It's like saying "yeah, i bought a macbook" to someone in the 1800's.
    EXPLAIN YOURSELF.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)19:38:30 No.2685443
    Save more.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)19:38:49 No.2685449
    Hey, future, mind if I ask a few questions here?

    What date does Fidel Castro die on?

    also

    what date does George McGovern die on :3
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)19:39:41 No.2685466
    Future, what is fashion like in 2096! I mean, t-shirts and jeans have been around for 50 years and are still pretty standard. Have there been any paradigm shifts in fashion in your time?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)19:39:45 No.2685468
    How accurate is the photo you posted with regards to your advanced technology?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)19:44:04 No.2685535
    Does anybody famous/important die in 2009?

    if so, please please give dates :3
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)19:54:40 No.2685653
    >>2685439

    Keyhole makes these little transparent stickers that use some kind of micro surface hairs to stick on shit instead of adhesive so you can use them over and over. There's a little black sliver you can barely see embedded in the center that is a row of cameras, all angled differently. There's a little point to the circle so you know which way is up when you place them, and when you pair them with a display (like for instance my new optics or I guess my panel) you can get a decent resolution full color/3D feed from it over a distance of about half a mile. They need to be within range of an MCR access point though because their batteries are tiny and only go for a few minutes otherwise.

    But yeah basically spycams that are hard to spot that you can stick anywhere.

    The apple optics are definitely a step down in image quality from my microsoft ones (which now belong to Siane I guess since she borrowed them permanently) but I can wear them in public which is a plus. Looks like a white band that curls down over your ear, runs in an arc out in front of your eyes and widens in shape slightly in two places, over each eye, and ends on the other side of your face, with another ear rest. I had an older pair before but they weighed enough that the nose rest would make red marks on either side of the bridge of my nose and it'd get uncomfortable. I can't even tell I'm wearing these.

    Beauty the beast is a 60s reality show about a family of neandertals in the Canadian preserve, it follows them from the point that the anthropologists in makeup posing as their parents leave them on their own all the way until the show went off the air in '81.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)19:56:34 No.2685675
    The LIPC is a sidearm, it discharges 50k volts down a UV laser, you can knock someone out from like 200 feet away depending on their BMI, but there's settings for that. It won't work until I complete the registration and training app which activate it.

    The dime is an implant that goes at the base of your spine, it slowly releases the horomones and shit you'd normally get by taking metabs so you don't have to remember to take them.

    The horomones I got for it are because I've been on the moon for nearly two months now and I'm just feeling shitty in general. I'm losing muscle mass, I'm cold all the time, and I don't have anything for bone density. I didn't think to buy any, I had too much going on at work I guess.

    The day passes and earrings are so Siane doesn't care about all the other stuff I picked up.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:01:37 No.2685730
    >>2685653
    >>2685675
    thank you very much.
    and that camera thing is extremely awesome.

    what's your history with apple v. microsoft? is there any success with linux?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:02:18 No.2685738
    Dammit another of these threads. I was going to do some work too.

    How has the education system changed?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:02:29 No.2685740
    >>2685730
    by "your history" i mean "our future", the companies as a whole; not just which ones you bought and your experiences with them.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)20:04:18 No.2685765
    >>2685468

    Not at all. But it sort of conveys the situation with the outsiders, which is why I like it. Reminds me of postwar propaganda, if you wanna call it that.

    >>2685466

    Back in Cali helio was pretty big, they're non-powered helio panels built into parts of clothing that can only show one image and only when lights hits them. They make powered ones that charge over MCR but I haven't seen anyone wearing them in person yet. It creates freestanding images of stuff like wings, horns, flames or whatever coming off their bodies. Even cheap tees and tunes have display fabric though, and the new ones are autostereo so the skin you choose for it can have depth and texture like tree bark or reptile scales or whatever. Some have piezo so you can touch and it'll affect the skin, like if it's water and you run your hands across it, the water ripples, stuff like that. Not that you want to invite random people to touch you obviously.

    The thing in swimsuits is display fabric that can be transparent. I saw this girl on Island 8 whose suit was opaque, pretty pattern but I noticed right away that there was a roving circle that was transparent that would move around by itself and randomly change size and shape. Siane belted me one before I got to see anything good though.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:06:56 No.2685803
    >>2685765
    Soooo... no more t-shirts and jeans then
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)20:06:59 No.2685806
    >>2685730

    Apple and Microsoft are mainly producing competing optics and panel chipsets/panels now. I just got an Apple Ribbon, it's a thin pair with decent res that's only really good for watching apps while you're out. Microsoft produces the real shit, 1600*1200 per eye, doesn't compare to the image quality on a panel but it beats anything apple puts out and it's way better for driving/flight sims plus anything in first person.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:08:42 No.2685831
    >>2685765
    but what does the basics of clothing look like, without all the add-ons you described?
    >> ‮‮oknow‮‮eat‮‮‮‮‮‮ ‮‮what‮‮‮‮‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ 01/07/09(Wed)20:11:03 No.2685858
    >>2685806
    >1600*1200 per eye

    And you call this the future?

    Eat a dick
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)20:11:22 No.2685863
    >>2685831

    That's a big question. All sorts of shit. I'm not a tunic person so most of my wardrobe is plain highneck tees and plush hiphuggers. Same material as cold suits but they don't do anything except look cool.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)20:13:20 No.2685887
    >>2685858

    They're optics. Optics have never had panel quality resolution. My thin film pane at home is SHV quality, 7680w 4320h. That should be good enough for you.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:16:26 No.2685917
    Isn't the old thread still going?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:17:00 No.2685922
    Explain the primary energy sources in your time. Also explain the meterological situation on Earth.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:17:30 No.2685927
    >>2685535
    Answer this please
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:21:41 No.2685968
    In order to prove your existence again, we hereby request that you predict specific stuff about what will happen on inauguration day, Jan. 20th. If you can't find anything significant, then we'll find some other recent thing.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:23:49 No.2685987
    >>2685922

    Can't ask anything more specific? Those are huge questions that I've largely answered in past threads, but I guess it can't be helped.

    Habs produce their energy at the point of consumption via wind, geotherm, solar stirling dishes and various kinds of hydro. There are still leftover radioisotope stirling generators outside lunarhab but they're spent, all the power for lunarhab and the resorts comes from the two reactors, owned by EMC2 and VPD, which like almost everything else on the Moon, is owned by Virgin Bigelow. Most of the power for habs on Earth still comes from the fission plants, since they still work fine and they were converted over to autolabor maintinence a long time ago. There are a few polywells on Earth too but only four in America, I think there may be as many as ten total across Europe, and I know there's one in Oslo because when I visited Lapland they had brochures for the other aeriums and one of the tours offered at the Oslo aerium was of the reactor facilities.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:24:20 No.2685994
    Greetings again FutureGuy!

    Can you please let us know how the show Lost ends? Or atleast which theory turned out to be correct?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:25:41 No.2686017
    >>2685738
    compulsory until puberty. Then you basically just seminar with professional in your field and then you eventually get a degree. Oh, and everyting is with technology somehow.
    >> Dome Guy 01/07/09(Wed)20:31:08 No.2686089
    >I didn't forget what you said, I put away about $3500. It's better than nothing and I do feel a little more responsible for it.

    I'm proud of you for starting it. Good job, man.

    So, what are your plans for the spycams? Going to set them up in your room or around your living space to make sure some Lunaran thugs Clavian hired don't get the chance to sneak up on you?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:32:47 No.2686118
    Does GRRM ever complete the A Song of Ice and Fire series? If so, is the ending any good? What happens to characters like arya, dany and tyrion? Granted, I doubt you'd be much interested in it. It's quite the good story though. Unless he dies before finishes it, then it sucks.

    How does LOST end?

    Since I can't really talk about anything other than fiction, what kind of TV shows are good over there?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:32:48 No.2686120
    >>2685994

    According to the summary on its page, There's a buried spatial displacement engine built using principles discovered during "the philadelphia experiment".

    I've watched this before at your guys' request. A few eps anyway so I know who is who and the just of what's going on but then I skipped to the last season because I don't have time for this shit. Using equiptment stolen from a trapped Russian vessel, the crew implodes the "spatial reduncancy bubble" while the entire island is passing through some other plane of existence. The end of the clip has the whole island perched on this ugly black mountain as it pans out and there are these fuzzy black ghosts or something, millions of them spiraling down towards the island.

    If I bought it on the shop I could get the commentary and it would probably explain what the ending means.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:33:28 No.2686131
    Sup FutureGuy/Alex. I was belting out the ecological questions last night. Just wondering if folks ~80 years from now have figured out how to run sustainable agriculture without soil depletion or nitrogen runoff. I take it the majority of it is hydroponics run by autolabors.

    Also, in an unrelated question: How does the European Union fair in the next 4 decades or so? Is Turkey ever allowed to join?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:36:09 No.2686157
    >>2686118

    They escape the island, but then go back, fuck with the reactor, and get stuck in hell or something.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:37:39 No.2686176
    >>2686131

    Yeah, agriculture is also done by autolabor. I told you about food animals I assume.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:38:30 No.2686192
    >>2686120
    >>2686176
    Either an anon fucking around or you've somehow lost your trip.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:41:58 No.2686229
    Thank you for answering about Lost.

    Where is some place you wish you could have visited on the planet while outside? I feel like I should go visit a lot of places before everything gets fucked up.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)20:41:59 No.2686230
    >>2686192

    Fuck, thanks. If you see garbled text also let me know, it happens when the streams go out of sync briefly. I've got premium but I guess that doesn't garauntee there won't be glitches.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:42:45 No.2686242
    >>2685535
    >>2685535
    >>2685535
    Please do this :(
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)20:44:43 No.2686256
    >>2686229

    I'd still like to see Alaska for the historical significance.

    Russia next I guess, during the Summer. I'm not chained to Lunarhab you know, I even make enough that I could get back down on one paycheck if it was life or death, I'm just trying to save up like >>2686089 this guy suggested last week.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:47:17 No.2686276
    >>2686256

    Well, if you're trying to save....the best advice we have for anyone in our time are Roth IRAs. Compounding interest for the win....

    Chances are they haven't been around for a couple of decades in your time though...
    >> Dome Guy 01/07/09(Wed)20:47:32 No.2686279
    >>2686256
    What if you go a month or two of saving, and then - if she's up to it and not busy - take Siane down to Earth and visit a place or two?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)20:48:49 No.2686290
    >>2686242

    Henry Kissinger apparently. Also Steve Jobs dies in 2012 due to botched horomonal supplements used to treat his cancer.

    >>2685449

    Castro died on February 8th, 2007.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)20:50:11 No.2686307
    Oh, apparently the president of North Korea dies in 2009 also.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:50:41 No.2686315
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    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/07/09(Wed)20:51:12 No.2686323
    >>2686176

    Yeah...blobs of meat with nervous and organ systems clustered together for easy removal before packaging.

    Which begs the question: How did animal rights groups deal with this emerging trend, or had they disappeared by that time?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:51:42 No.2686335
    >>2686290
    Uh.

    Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

    Castro is still alive today, 7 Jan, 09

    uhhhh.
    >> Dome Guy 01/07/09(Wed)20:52:29 No.2686343
    >>2686307
    By the way, Future Bud; did you see this image?

    >>2679295
    Here's the inter-thread link to it. The artist of the last couple Lunaran images tried again with another shot at Siane.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)20:53:54 No.2686363
    I have a few questions for you guys, if that's all right.

    ~Do you have any implants? Do your pets?

    ~What kind of technology is involved in advertisement? Like public displays and such. I was reading about the stock ticker in new york and how it used to be electromechanical, I assume there's 3D projection involved, maybe motion sensing of some kind?

    ~Do any of you own guns? What kind? What did you have to do to register/activate?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)20:56:57 No.2686409
    >>2686335

    It's a double, I'm assuming. It says one was employed for public appearances but it doesn't say when Castro's actual date of death became generally known.

    You won't hear about the North Korean presidents death for a few years after it happens either. It's pretty common I guess?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:59:31 No.2686445
    >>2686409
    Anybody important die in 09 though? Can you give a date, because you gave one for the Obama assassination attept in '11, so
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)20:59:47 No.2686449
    Have they remade Star Wars yet? Or is there any new live action movies in the series?

    Is Hollywood still pathetic or is it in ruins?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:00:17 No.2686460
    >>2686363
    No implants beyond pacemakers and such so far. Pets can be fitted with microchips for tracking, but that's about it.

    All our guns are still the "firing metal slugs" kind. Tazers and other nonlethal weaponry has been developed and is usually standard issue, but it's still supplemented by "normal" firearms.
    No energy weaponry or anything yet.
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/07/09(Wed)21:00:54 No.2686470
    >>2686363

    On implants...

    Everything is pretty basic at this point. The most technically complicated implant in common use, at this point, is a pacemaker for individuals with weak hearts or that have suffered previously from heart disease.

    Personally, I've had implants for chronic ear aches as a child (amounting to small tubes inserted into the ear canal to equilibrate pressure. I've also had nails in my wrist from when I broke it while skiing. Both have since been removed.

    In terms of organ implants...yeah, there's been several successful cases for various things. The easiest is are things like skin grafts and kidneys. The hardest problem, at this point, is getting the host to accept the donor tissue. Most implantees have to take immunosuppressant drugs for the rest of their lives.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:01:10 No.2686473
    >>2686343

    I saw, and the shape of the face (especially the nose and cheeks) is spot on. There's no slant or almond shape to the eyes though, they're rounder than that although if it's stylization I guess it makes sense.

    Also that looks like an unmixed lunaran, Siane is slightly mixed. I asked her why she would have only slight mixing when she's a second gen lunaran and both her parents are unmixed but she wouldn't say anything about it. I assume they hit up repro before she was born and had them added in or something.

    So yeah it would be spot on if Siane were unmixed and I'm keeping copies of all of these since I have the bandwidth to get them all now without spending my whole session on it. I'll put 'em up in my room somewhere.
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/07/09(Wed)21:02:22 No.2686488
    >>2686460

    Actually, we DO have energy weapons, they are simply in their early stages of development and prototyping....which OP has already alluded to.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:02:38 No.2686495
    >>2686363
    The only types of implants we would have would be artificial hearts or something of the sort--replacements for parts we already have.
    Pacemakers are something not along those lines though.
    >3D displays
    AHAHA. HAHA. AHA. HA.
    no.
    holograms are still the things of dreams without glass and smoke and mirrors.
    Still LCD displays at best.
    And motion sensing is technologically viable, but I've never seen any advertisement use it.

    Plenty of us own guns. I don't, so I don't know the exact route you have to use to be able to own and use a gun, but there's no hi-tech problem solve that disables the gun from use if you aren't registered to use it.
    You have to register for a license, I know that, and that takes a few days to go through before you can actually buy a gun.

    And concealed weapons are, at least where I am, forbidden (although I live in california, in a rich-ish area, so such things are *gasp* uncouth
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:02:55 No.2686500
    >>2686445

    I'm looking for a "notable deaths in 2009" page but if you specified someone by name it'd be easier. To be honest we go through this in every thread and I was really looking forward to asking *you* guys some stuff this time around....
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:03:00 No.2686501
    >>2686363

    Nothing like what you've described. Artificial limbs, pacemakers and the like I suppose.

    Television and internet, along with radio and good ol' billboard ads. Not sure about the stock ticker, though I'm pretty sure it just displays a scrolling message.

    Depends on where you live, but for the most part you can just fill out a registration card, wait for it to come back in the mail and go buy a gun. Some states (Texas lol) even allow you to carry a concealed weapon.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:03:11 No.2686505
    How cheap and popular is plastic surgery in the future? If it's very reliable and affordable, are there any ugly people left?

    Also, have scientists been able to recreate dinosaurs, like in Jurassic Park?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:05:02 No.2686537
    >>2686505

    He once described people from our time as "laughably ugly", so no, I think they're all beautiful in the future.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:05:22 No.2686540
    >>2686500
    I'm sorry for being such a dick, I just kinda want to know

    George McGovern
    John Cleese
    Andy Rooney
    Don Rickles

    if they die please give a date ;_;
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:05:52 No.2686549
    hi future guy, enjoying your threads. Here's my question- is our time period remembered as being particularly tumultuous? It seems that way to all people in their time but things do seem very hairy right now. How do people from your age look back on us? Does consumerism wane in america?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:06:07 No.2686554
    You sound far too much like us, probably just to fit in I'm sure, but I'd like to hear some of your common verbiage and slang.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:09:26 No.2686591
    >>2686554
    This really gets asked like every thread.
    I could dig up a post or two where he's done it, if you want.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:09:45 No.2686597
    When does oil run out? Is the country ready and prepared for it with alternative fuels for cars or do we just make a quick transition into PRTs?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:10:38 No.2686609
    >>2686591
    That would be nice. I was reading the last thread but I don't remember this question.
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/07/09(Wed)21:10:45 No.2686610
    >>2686500

    Oh yeah, and regarding advertising. You may be interested in viral marketing, which is an increasing trend for movies and videogames, and has also seen some success for food products.

    For examples, look up Ilovebees (Halo 2 marketing campaign), the movie Cloverfield and its viral campaign, and Cheetos.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:11:37 No.2686623
    Does anyone from 4chan get famous in the future? I mean, like, does some famous actor or something start referencing a website he used to go to as a teen in interviews that is obviously 4chan?

    I'm certain this will happen.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:14:08 No.2686655
    >>2686540

    #1. 2012. Spooky.

    #2. Dies May 13th, 2038 at the age of 89, stroke.

    #3. 2014, huh. It doesn't say how.

    #4. 2013, in his sleep.

    No more of these, it's like research projects. I have school for that, I come here to relax.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:14:42 No.2686661
    >>2686609
    Here's two different posts.

    Future !GUYX/6jp3w 12/21/08(Sun)03:24 No.24491279

    >>24491181

    >>I must have missed the thread where you did '40s slang, could I hear something like that?

    "If we all agree the old spiderman is def. crispy I would say it's basic fair that you should put up benefit of the doubt on the new one since you were obv. the one spergin over it all over last month, and you're the slope that made us preorder anyhow. We're buying it and if it's invalid then you're putting up the cash. Swallow it."

    Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/06/09(Tue)04:40:46 No.2669469

    >>2669433

    Basic, crisp, invalid, 'off my shit', and most adjectives that end in y (like "quickly) are simplified (to "quick") and the word "basic" gets stuck in every sentence the way "like" did in the 1990s. Anyone under 15 overuses it and it grates on the ear.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:15:28 No.2686673
    Just a thought:

    If youre from the future, isnt telling us (people from the past) messing with stuff in the future?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:15:33 No.2686675
    >>2686655
    Must not be the same John Cleese considering he's pushing into his 70s now.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:15:37 No.2686676
    So, do you people use The Grid instead of the internet now, as we predicted? Apparently it's several hundred times faster than our current average connection..
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:18:32 No.2686710
    >>2686597

    There's no real transition, they exist alongside one another for decades. PRT doesn't kill the auto, it kills things like streetcars and light rail.

    And yeah, forget about oil. Unless your past drastically differs from mine, your Grissom will roll back legislation enacted during Obama and Chelsea's administration and invest in hundreds of new nuclear fission plants. The state funded renewables from the Obama administration are still plugging away by the time they break ground on the first few plants. We're still using many of those same reactors.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:20:37 No.2686734
    >>2686673

    No, he's said before that any changes that occur because of his actions would blahblahblahsameratetimepassesasmeasuredbyentropy. Or something.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:21:10 No.2686750
    >>2686710
    Obama and Chelsea clinton?

    Obama meaning obama's second term or will biden be assassinated or do you mean barack obama's daughter?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:21:27 No.2686753
    >>2686675

    Nope, right guy, just a typo. 2028 instead of 2038.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:22:20 No.2686769
    Did we ever detect the Higgs Boson particle?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:23:34 No.2686782
    >>2686676

    It's a mainly compound FiOs, plus something similar to ETP that drives solarnet.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:24:55 No.2686800
    >>2686769

    Yes, in the course of the LHC experiments, which also reveal the heim effect and pave the way for solarnet.

    >>2686750

    Obama was a single term president on account of the threats on his family and the assassination attempt.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:26:01 No.2686814
    I know technology is fascinating and all, but am I the only one curious about how his personal life is going?

    Anything notable happen since we last talked, or has it not been much time for things to happen?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:26:12 No.2686820
    >>2686800
    So what do you mean by Obama/Chelsea Clinton?
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)21:26:15 No.2686821
    What do people do for fun ?
    Is there clubs / bars?
    Interactive video games?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:27:02 No.2686834
    DOES THE TERM POKEMON MEAN ANYTHING TO YOU?
    IF SO, WILL THERE EVER BE A GOOD POKEMON MMORPG?
    PLEASE GOD SAY YES
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:27:20 No.2686839
    >>2686820
    Obama started it, Chelsea continued.
    I'm assuming.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:27:54 No.2686847
    Will plastic surgery and such ever get to a point where people can get gender reassignment surgery that effectively changes their gender?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:29:51 No.2686882
    More questions:

    ~Anyone here ever had a run-in with Christian nationalists? How common are they by 2009? In the south mainly I would assume.

    ~Any wet parts in consumer electronics? At all? Even simple stuff?

    ~GM foods, exactly how big of a controversy is it? It's hard to judge whether the docus are exaggerating or not and I have a hard time believing that anyone would sincerely object to it. Enriched staple crops got China and India through some hard times.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:31:43 No.2686906
    >>2686710
    No nuclear fusion yet? hmm... disappointing

    Cloud Mario sounded very interesting, which Nintendo system does it come out for? The one following Wii?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:31:50 No.2686910
    >>2686882
    Christian nationalists:
    -If you mean the people who are "HURRRR GOD BLESS THE UNITED HOLY STATES OF AMERICA" or whatever, then theyre pretty common. Extremely common.

    Wet parts:
    -Wat.

    GM foods:
    -WAT. I hope you mean General Mills.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:32:05 No.2686912
    >>2686882
    GM crops in principle aren't that controversial to people who aren't retarded.

    However, corporations like Monsanto are copywriting genes with no ability to fertilise after 1 generation, and when the pollen blows down wind, and mixes with an independent farmer's crops, they sue for copywrite infringement. Its fucking ridiculous
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:32:05 No.2686913
    >>2686882

    I personally have no idea what you're talking about. Christian Nationalists may be something happening but I wouldn't know, I don't pay much attention to religion.

    Also, wtf is a wet part? and GM? You mean genetically modified? Right now we only have foods that have been modified to get rid of allergens and such, from what I can tell.. we can't synthesize food or anything, really.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:32:46 No.2686924
    >>2686882
    >
    ~GM foods, exactly how big of a controversy is it? It's hard to judge whether the docus are exaggerating or not and I have a hard time believing that anyone would sincerely object to it. Enriched staple crops got China and India through some hard times.

    I think the issue is that the GM food at our time is not as sophisticated as that of your time. Also it is still kinda new to people and they are usually scared of new things.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:32:57 No.2686927
    >>2686882
    Worst I've seen are the bible-thumper christians who basically make all normal christians look like shit.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:33:00 No.2686928
    What's the next Zelda game after twilight princess? Is it really Valley of the Flood?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:33:06 No.2686929
    GM foods are less of a big deal in the USA than in europe.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:33:08 No.2686930
    (>>2686910) here.

    OHHH WAIT WAIT WAIT You mean genetically modified foods.

    I dunno, I remember hearing some ruckus about hormone treatments in cattle and livestock, and something about "Frankenfood" in the 90's/early 21st, but other than that, nothing major sticks out in my mind.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:34:42 No.2686945
    >>2686882
    I never had any, but I'd assume that's where they'd be coming from, southern US.

    Not sure what you're referring to, but I can assuredly say that the closest thing to it is water batteries. There are these little silly calculators that "run on water", not sure how the chemistry works, but apparently it does.

    I fucking hate the "if it's natural, that means it's good; if it's made from chemicals [in a lab], then it's bad 4 yuu" mentality in the early 2000's.
    EAT A COBRA, I DARE YOU, YOU FUCKING NATURALISTS.

    Genetically modified foods are basically the worst things that these people can think of. "You edit the DNA of natural things?? HEATHEN!"
    FUCK THAT SHIT.

    Good to hear all that shit's died down.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:37:44 No.2686948
    >>2686847

    Yes, in conjuction with the appropriate metabs.

    >>2686821

    It took we a while to work this out from millenial accounts but vacations are what, a yearly thing for you? They're more of a monthly thing for us, I did Island 8 and the lapland aerium last Summer and nothing has come close since then.

    >>2686814

    Glad you asked, out of nowhere I got a series of messages all at once from Clavian. Huge walls of scale 28 text with full tags, photos oh Clavian and Siane playing together when they were kids, I haven't gone through it all yet but what little I bothered to read was predictably vicious. That part actually comforted be since not hearing from him at all was freaking me out. But then while skimming the others I noticed they got tamer and some were even civil offering me all sorts of shit like shares in VB if I'd move back to Earth, and then randomly it was back to graphic threats and fucking blinking text again

    I do not ever want to meet Clavian in person.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:38:49 No.2686958
    Futureguy: the nationalist fundamentalist christians are rare outside rural areas. The big trend right now is toward 'megachurches' that play modern music instead of traditional hymns and so forth. Some fringe fundies do the Joel's Army thing but there's no more than a handful of those guys at best. If you can get media from our time, check out the movie 'Jesus Camp'. muffleblockle
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:40:19 No.2686968
    >>2686948
    I'm assuming the sudden influx of shit from Clavian is why you bought the spycams and the pocket LIPC, then?

    Shit would be kind of scary, even in the future. Hell, I wouldn't be surprised if (assuming the relationship goes that far) he tried to fuck up your wedding day.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:41:47 No.2686991
    >>2686928

    No it's some isometric shit, I pulled it up back when I was posting on /v/, I forget what it's called but it averaged 9.7

    >>2686910

    Wet parts = organic components. Like in phones or other portables. My old microlite that I used to take out flying in the winter had a few wet accelerometers that were basically moth heads embedded onto chips with all of the nutrients and shit necessary for an operational life of about 6 years. Sounds dangerous but you get a warning when they need to be replaced and they're a lot more reliable than dry accelerometers, at least for aircraft.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)21:41:58 No.2686994
    Does moon poon feel different then regular poon?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:42:13 No.2686997
    can someone repost the lunaran sketches? i can't find the old topic.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:43:22 No.2687011
    >>2686994
    He touched on this subject briefly in an older thread.
    Suffice it to say, both sexes are smaller down there.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:43:50 No.2687016
    >>2686968

    You guessed it. The optics are so I can flip between the cams while I'm at work in case he breaks into my apartment or something. I'm gonna ask Siane if I can stick a few on her walls and ceiling too. And uh, in her bathroom. Clavian might..I dunno.....Security is important and you have to be thorough. I'm sure she'll understand. :D
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:44:46 No.2687033
    >>2686948
    Forgive me for being a newfag to your threads, but what are metabs? And can, er, can girls grow male genitalia in conjunction with their regular ones, and vise versa for guys? I want to ask a lot of sex related questions but I'm not sure how awkward it is for you.

    What is porn like in the future? Are there computer simulations that work better than masturbation / the same as sex?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:45:32 No.2687043
    >>2686834
    answer this pWHAT ARE YOU DOING? WE DONT'VE THIS KIND OF MONEY! I'M TURNING OFF THE LINK IF YOU DON'T GET OFF THIS INSTNTlease!!!!!
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)21:45:42 No.2687046
    Christian nationalism is pretty bad. I've been looking into it and waking up to it.
    Sarah Palin ran for VP and this controversy over her being an insanely brainwashed militant christian turned most people off but the people who support it are fucking zombies. Really freaked alot of people out.
    Like there's people out there who think science is shit just because it doesn't fit with their view man I swear they're channeling their ancestral dna from the dark ages or something it's fucked.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:45:51 No.2687049
    These threads always remind me of how much I want to work on automation of farm labor and factory production. That shit gives me a total nerdboner.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:46:11 No.2687056
    >>2687016
    >And uh, in her bathroom.
    Most definitely. You never know what kind of sick people might try to spy on her while she's bathing or taking a shower, so it's better to be prepared.

    I mean, you're certainly not going to take advantage of it or anything.

    wink wink, nudge nudge
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)21:48:45 No.2687086
    hey man did you check on one piece yet? i know its lame but its just a comic i follow..
    or does anything cool happen in american comics?
    are there any big TV shows or trends in the near future? Big movies?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:51:42 No.2687132
    http://news.cnet.com/2100-1041_3-5111637.html

    You asked about implants.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:52:29 No.2687147
    >>2687049

    Well wait for a company named Kiva Systems to start popping up in the news and apply for a job with them. I dunno what they're doing in 2009, computers I think but they design the first proof of concept autolabor compounds most of which are set up in Australia, which attracts the ire of the Chinese. Think I've mentioned that.

    >>2687046

    I was expecting more of you guys to know what I was talking about, the CNPA wikinet says the core movements that form in the 1980s.

    >>2686906

    What? Yeah, the two plants that power the lunarhab and resorts are fusion. I didn't think to make any distinction because I thought you were pretty close to that by 2009. One of the plants is run by EMC2 holdings and the other is Virgin Polywell Designs.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)21:52:30 No.2687149
    >>2687046
    And this Middle East shit is only fueling the maniacs into thinking it's the "end of times", so not only do all these people think with half a brain they think the worlds going to end soon in fire and bloodshed so they'll support wars in the middle east because they think they're 'fighting for jesus' and shit like that.. and never want it to cease.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:55:49 No.2687202
    >>2687147
    You've mentioned a group known as "The Family" when you talk about Christian Nationalism. Do you mean "Focus on the Family"?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:56:12 No.2687210
    >>2687147
    Polywells are in existence today, and a lot of people acknowledge Christian Dominionists but honestly it's tough to take them seriously right now. They are scary as fuck though.

    Also, I don't really want to work under people, that doesn't seem like much fun. I'd rather blaze my own trail. :(
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:56:38 No.2687213
    >>2687132

    Yeah, ADS and Vericorp were the ones I was thinking of. I was gonna say, nothing past pacemakers? In 2009?

    >>2687086

    I grabbed a ton of eps off solarnet last time and the episode I checked out had an undersea prison/castle thing. Pretty sci-fi/paleo for a cartoon about pirates.

    >>2687056

    I like the sound of that. I think that's how I'll pitch the idea to her. I have absolutely zero confidence she'll buy it though.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:57:28 No.2687224
    >>2687210
    then just START kiva systems.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)21:58:49 No.2687242
    >>2687202

    Maybe. But I remember them too, so I think The Family is a different org. I know that they organized politicians with Christian Nationalist leanings through annual "prayer breakfasts", so pay attention to who attends them.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:59:10 No.2687248
    >>2687213
    Is there a way for multiple optics to interface with them?
    You could put one in your bathroom and give her the access code/whatever is needed to interface with it.

    And then you could watch each other use the bathroom.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:59:17 No.2687249
    So much samefagging going on in this thread. Whatever gets you off OP...
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)21:59:32 No.2687254
    >>2687224

    Uhhhh.....I think he may be too late.

    http://www.kivasystems.com/
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)22:00:52 No.2687273
    >>2687147
    Alot of it isn't overt.. they seem to be suckering people in through things like religion being past down to their parents.. I've seen the militant side rise up recently.. though im not that old.. ever since Bush took office is when it really started.
    He's a descendant of some hardcore leaders of crusades back in the dark ages and it's his code and creed.
    There was actually a huge controversy over this movie Jesus Camp.. it's some camp run by fat ugly women who tells children to give themselves up to the lord and worship a cutout of george w bush because he's "doing gods work".
    alot of people think whats going on is "gods work".. the slaughter in the middle east.. the restriction of rights in the US under the patriot act..
    It's funny people don't pay much attention to it because they're used to seeing all the time.. and they'll bash muslims for even acting like this way in the slightest and use that to justify murdering them.
    A huge problem is the televangelists.. Pat Robertson, Falwell, Copeland.. they all turn faith and spirituality to the lowest common denominator and spread it vehemently and structurally throughout the nation. And it's all sick at the top.
    I know people at the top are running child sex rings and the like. I've been thinking on heading to Vancouver to try to fight it myself recently but there's judges in their pockets and everything and I'm broke right now.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:01:17 No.2687276
    >>2687248

    Brb, patenting that idea. Although I mean, it's not like it'd be hard for you to beat me to it...
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:01:23 No.2687279
    >>2687254

    Holy shit that is fucking rad.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:03:32 No.2687304
    you probably already have, but could you explain the meaning of the insult "invalid" that you've used a lot?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:03:53 No.2687311
    >>2685420
    wow go suck donkeydick newfag

    rfnmz
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:04:33 No.2687318
    >>2687276
    Go right ahead.I just think outside the box too often, and the chances I'll even remember the idea some fifty-odd years in the future or however long it takes for them to come around will be slim.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:05:17 No.2687332
    >>2687279
    "Warehouse robots increase productivity"
    "Leading Medical Device Provider DJO Incorporated Chooses Kiva to Enhance Distribution Center Efficiency "
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:05:18 No.2687333
    >>2687304

    Well it's more of a general term of derision now but it refers to people who live off the minimum basic stipend, eat out of their vendor and don't do much of anything with their lives. They're typically fat because they can't afford metabs and they stereotypically come from four-share families with no repro edits.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:06:10 No.2687340
    >>2687333
    So metabs are like vitamins that keep you thin, etc?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:06:34 No.2687344
    >>2687332

    You're shitting me. I'm trying to load the page but it won't, it says it's got some kind of embedded media in it that is fucking up the ETP parser. What do they look like? Humanoid?
    >> Trappan Gaems !O42zslyatY 01/07/09(Wed)22:06:44 No.2687346
    >>2687254
    This is ridiculously cool
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:07:53 No.2687356
    >>2687304
    Invalids are people who live strictly off the weekly/monthly/however-long-ly stipend the corp gives every shareholder/resident of their cohab.

    The stipends are enough to buy food, essentials, and some recreational things, basically; but if you want to afford stuff like metabs and other more expensive stuff, you pretty much have to look into getting a job.

    Invalids tend to be out-of-shape and stereotypically lazy (or at least that's my understanding of it.)
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:08:30 No.2687363
    >>2687333

    thanks for answering, future guy. :D
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:09:26 No.2687374
    >>2687340

    Well, some do. There are metabs for just about any change you can effect horomonally or metabolically.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:09:28 No.2687375
    >>2687254
    Wah wah wah. I guess my actions are of no significance in the future, then.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:09:28 No.2687376
    >>2687344

    No, they're just steel racks mounted on a mobile unit. They're used to move products around warehouses so people have yet another reason to be fat and lazy.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:09:43 No.2687379
         File :1231384183.jpg-(32 KB, 589x120, news-main.jpg)
    >>2687344
    Nope, apparently they look like this. Looks 3-D, not real, though.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:11:39 No.2687395
    >>2687376

    ....So boxes on wheels. This guy >>2687346 is jizzing himself over boxes on wheels.

    God I love you guys sometimes.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:12:02 No.2687405
    >>2687395
    No, I don't think anybody besides that guy thinks this is cool.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)22:12:16 No.2687409
    Alex, do the Jesuits ring a bell?
    They've been operating for centuries and they're basically an extremely powerful catholic secret society.
    The schools you mentioned are Jesuit schools.
    Georgetown is a bad one too.
    Church run schools are fucked. There was a big controversy of them running genocides against native americans here in canada.
    But the Jesuits are a highly influential sick group of people. I urge people reading this to look them up too.
    I'd imagine they've had a hand in all of what you said.. some info youd have would be interesting.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:13:48 No.2687425
    >>2687409

    Not explicitly, whether it's accurate or not historically the civil war gets pinned mainly on evangelical protestants, baptists and mormons.
    >> Trappan Gaems !O42zslyatY 01/07/09(Wed)22:13:48 No.2687426
    >>2687405
    They're automatic bookshelves! That's awesome! Come on! :(
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)22:15:26 No.2687447
    >>2687425
    They're good at cleaning their hands of anything anyway.

    You skipped my question on moon poon.. any different than regular poon?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:15:36 No.2687450
    >>2687426

    Call me when they have thermosensitive piezoelectric skin and know how to give a decent handjob. Just sayin'. It's like if I were to act all hott nutts for a manual vacuum cleaner or something, you'd be like "what".
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:15:37 No.2687451
    Futurefag, is shit like AIDs cured in the future? When?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:15:38 No.2687452
    >>2687426
    I study AI and honestly this is one of the most boring things I've ever seen. BRING ON THE COOL SHIT.

    FUCK.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:16:21 No.2687456
    >>2687395

    WEEEEEELLLLL SORREE MISTER FYOOCHERMAN, WE AINT GOT NO FANSEE EEMPLANTS LAHK YOO FYOOCHERFOKES SO WEE GOTTA MAYK DEW WITH ROBOBOXES
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:16:51 No.2687467
    Astroboy, do you not have any cool questions for us? C'mon. :(
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:17:26 No.2687473
    >>2687451

    Yes and most kinds of cancer but the date is one of the things I've been consistently censored for trying to share. I got it through one time but the post disappeared moments later, it's just as frustrating for me as it is for you.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:17:43 No.2687477
         File :1231384663.jpg-(101 KB, 917x1291, ASIMO.jpg)
    >>2687395
    We don't have advanced humanoid robots yet, so smart boxes on wheels is pretty fucking awesome to us at this point.

    In fact, I'd say that ASIMO is about the most intelligent robot we have so far (at least, that I've seen.)
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:17:55 No.2687478
    >>2687450

    There's a lot of fun stuff you can do with a vacuum cleaner.

    Just sayin'.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:18:17 No.2687483
    >>2687456
    CUZ THEM PEOPLE FROM THE *FYOOCER* 'R CUMIN TO TAKE *'R JEEABZ*

    'H'WUL THEY *TOOK OUR JOBZ*
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:19:12 No.2687494
    >>2687477
    If you want to define intelligence in the sense that ASIMO acts, then I guess? Different robots are good at different things.

    Too bad it's all fucked up right now because computer science as a whole is made of a bunch of juvenile fucks who want to hack around with shit language all day. Christ I hate everyone in my field. Fuck all of them.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:19:19 No.2687496
    >>2687483

    I don't care what anyone says, I love South Park.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:19:31 No.2687499
    >>2687467

    ~What kind of home robots can you buy in 2009, how much in your dollars, and what exactly are they capable of?

    ~What is the state of energy storage? I know LiIon storage cells date back to the 70s but EESUs have been around since before I was born, do you know what I'm talking about at all...?

    ~Describe the typical moviegoing experience, technology in particular.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:19:31 No.2687500
    >>2687447

    I answered your question, I've got just about all his threads saved. See it here: >>2687011
    >> Trappan Gaems !O42zslyatY 01/07/09(Wed)22:19:32 No.2687501
    >>2687450
    Dirty pleasures:
    Greased up garbage bag
    Microwaved melon
    Dust buster with corner attachment
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:21:13 No.2687522
    >>2687499
    From Wikipedia
    Roboraptor is a robotic toy invented by Mark Tilden and distributed by Wow Wee Toys International. It is the successor to the RoboSapien robot and uses motion technology based on realistic biomechanics that give it fluid and natural movements. It has a multi-function remote control that uses infrared technology to talk to it. Unlike the original RoboSapien, the Roboraptor is capable of autonomous movement, using 3 realistic gaits.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:21:18 No.2687524
    >>2687477

    Woah, that's more familiar. Military I assume? That's some pretty thick armor. What's inside the big torso compartment?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:22:23 No.2687539
         File :1231384943.jpg-(321 KB, 3072x2304, Roboraptor3.jpg)
    >>2687522

    Oh, I didn't know you could download pictures that fast now.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:22:36 No.2687541
    >>2687522

    So like any other toy, right? How big is it? It sounds pretty sophisticated though, so I take it back.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:23:21 No.2687553
    >>2687524
    I don't know much about ASIMO, but I know it's not military. It's not really much of anything, there are some vids on youtube of it but it's all showing how ASIMO can balance and walk up stairs and shit.

    Basically, it's a shot at making humanoid robots that can walk on two legs without breaking something vital and crumpling into a smoking pile of shit.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:24:22 No.2687564
    >>2687539

    Still just six parallel streams, but I think I'm the only one on. It's choking a little on that image though, try to keep the res down. The difference between 30 seconds and 2 minutes is agonizing when it makes the text scrolling chug the entire time.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:24:54 No.2687570
    >>2687541
    Yea, it's pretty lame. Here's more.

    Sensors

    Roboraptor comes with several sensors that allow it to monitor and interact with its environment. It has infrared and stereo sound sensors on its head, and touch sensors on its chin, tail, and mouth.
    [edit]Autonomous behaviors

    It has four different modes of behavior or moods: hunting, cautious, playful, and free-roam. In hunting mode, it will react to sharp sounds and progressively focus its attention more intensely on repeated sounds coming from the same direction. In cautious mode, it will react oppositely and move away from sounds it hears. In playful mode, it will react to sounds in a more whimsical fashion but neither approaching nor avoiding them. In free-roam mode, it will explore its environment, avoiding obstacles and stopping occasionally to listen for loud sounds to investigate. The Raptor does not walk well on carpet and cannot be programmed.
    [edit]Flexible behaviors

    When one touches one of Roboraptor's touch sensors, its reaction will vary depending on its mood. Touching its face when it is hunting will make it react angrily and most likely attempt to "attack" the person touching it. But if it is feeling playful, it will nuzzle the person's hand and then "attack", using its jaws.
    [edit]Laser targeting

    Early versions of the Roboraptor could also follow a laser-like target painted on the ground. This could be used this to lead it around a room under direct control. However, this feature was removed from later units.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)22:25:22 No.2687584
    .>>2687499
    OH !
    This is something I've been meaning to ask you
    Energy storage / New batteries is the biggest issue today.. there is alot of work being done but it's being suppressed by the oil companies and having the new patents bought out. So it's hard to get anything out there.. and hard to find info on anything new. This has been a pet project of mine for a while now.. trying to figure out something new to fuck them over.
    Any info you'd have on this would be great. And info on advanced energy storage at all.. some hints at least..
    What are EESUs?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:25:47 No.2687589
    >>2687564

    Yea, I just saved from wiki and posted, didn't realize it was that big.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:26:57 No.2687605
    >>2687553

    Yeah but what's inside the boxy arm and leg armor? I can imagine there's maybe cleaning fluid and a backup EESU in the torso and some motorized brushes and water jets in the forearm casing? They wouldn't make it that big if it were just hollow, it's wasted space.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:29:15 No.2687636
    >>2687584

    Electrical Energy Storage Units. So you're certain they aren't at least being *researched* by 2009? That's surprising. What about nanowire cells?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:30:27 No.2687651
    According to wiki the EESU is still under development and expected to start full scale production this year.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:30:45 No.2687659
    >>2687524
    Not military. That's actually just a thin protective casing, not really armor, and its "brain" is located in the body (or in a backpack, I forget which). It's pretty cool but nothing too thrilling--basic facial recognition capabilities, bipedal motion, blah blah.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:34:06 No.2687697
    >>2687605
    Humanoid robotics is going to be primitive, we just aren't that far ahead. I don't know if there's even a website showing the guts of an ASIMO unit - hell, Wikipedia says there's only 46 units in existence, and they cost around 638,186 Euros ($867, 336.23) to make one.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:36:47 No.2687729
         File :1231385807.jpg-(4 KB, 112x106, EESTOR_cell picture.jpg)
    >>2687651
    And here's the (tiny!) picture Wikipedia has on them.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:36:59 No.2687731
    >>2687659

    So all of that space...100% of it is just essential computing and mobility shit? How much of it is the battery? That's insane. The mygirlfriends and other wetbots look like skeletons by comparison, before they put the fake skin and fat on them anyway.

    So is it all electrical motors or are there any EAP weaves in there? Maybe for the fingers or something.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:37:04 No.2687735
    Typical movie-going experience (for me anyway).

    Ask the girlfriend if she wants to go see a movie. If yes, then we get online and decide on a movie we both want to see, if we didn't already have one in mind. Once we decide on a movie, we find a showtime and head up to the theatre. Luckily for us it's only about five minutes away, inside the closest mall. Park, head inside and hopefully avoid waiting in line, our theatre has automated ticket purchases but the machines are always down. Once we get tickets, we go find our showroom and get some seats.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)22:38:00 No.2687751
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    >>2687636
    I'd imagine they're being researched. There are actually big rewards being put out for one that works now.. I'd expect something soon.
    Like I said they're being suppressed. If you don't believe this.. people go to war to protect oil revenues so yeah..

    Most of the work being done with robots is being done in Japan. Here's a newer lifelike bot they made a few years ago.
    I remember a guy in Canada made one in his garage for like 10k earlier this year too.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:38:02 No.2687754
    tell us something simple ( like investments) we can all do to ensure financial stability in our lifetime, or else make some fast cash.

    or else talk about the act of sex, gender, and how that all is worked into your society.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)22:38:35 No.2687763
    Any big advances in solar?
    What are you mainly using for energy now?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:39:32 No.2687777
    >>2687636
    We don't directly store electricity long-term, at least not -yet-. We mostly use chemical storage media for portable devices. The cheapest storage solutions are sadly one-use deals, but the most recent devices can be recharged from a plug.

    Research is being done into other solutions, the one most popular in the media right now being hydrogen fuel cells, which burn hydrogen and oxygen to produce water and electricity, and then perform electrolysis using leftover/additional energy to replenish hydrogen stores. -Some- research is being done on using nanotechnology for electrical storage, but there's research being done on using nanotubes for everything, so most people don't take it seriously.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:39:41 No.2687781
    One thing that piques my curiosity...the role of AI. I can't imagine anyone writing this would intentionally omit AI entirely, so what's the deal there?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:40:25 No.2687789
    >>2687729

    Oh hey, another box. Stick some wheels on it for this guy
    >>2687456 :D

    >>2687697

    So I assume they finish up whatever they're doing by nightfall and then self-charge? For the whole night probably since according to that one guy EESUs are literally brand new for you. I don't know if you have MRC so maybe it charges via induction alcoves or something? I don't even know how most of your shit would work without MRC, just generally speaking.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:42:03 No.2687811
    >>2687499
    >robots
    Mostly toys and automatic vacuum cleaners.
    >movies
    We sit in a large, dark room with a couple hundred strangers and watch images projected onto a screen at the front of the room. There are a lot of advertisements played before the actual film, idiots who don't shut up/don't turn off their phones, people who bring small children and let them run amok, preteen shitheads who throw popcorn and kick the back of your seat... it's pretty terrible at times. Unless it's something where I absolutely have to see on a fuckhuge screen, I just wait for DVD rips to show up online.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:42:14 No.2687813
    are females equal to males?
    are there still lonely people?
    is suicide common?
    does the word virginity mean anything to you?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:42:51 No.2687820
    Hey Alex, it's me, Gage. I haven't read through the whole thread yet, I was out all day pursuing college enrolment. I thought of a way that you could more or less prove yourself. I'm sort of loathe to even bring it up, considering how enjoyable it is to think that maybe, just maybe all of this is real. However, you got my college right, so I'm really hoping you are legit (I live in California, call that one point towards his legitimacy.)

    In short, the idea is to ask you something not on the internet now, that will be in the future. So far everyone has asked for dates, events, things that censors obviously might not want getting into the past, even if it would never catch up. I however, ask for something you've already implied would be in my file. Literally anything that is specific and not on the net. Suggestions: Birthplace, middle name, hair color, etc.

    And in the case of discreditation, I won't ruin anyone else's fun.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:43:05 No.2687821
    >>2687731
    Fingers, ha ha! Most manipulators are claws or vacuum grips. Motors and servos are used for almost everything, although you might get a pneumatic or hydraulic system for a claw or an arm, depending on the range of motion that's required. One of my friends is helping his dad program a manufacturing bot, it's full of belts and motors and specialized manipulators.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:43:21 No.2687826
    >>2687789
    I'm not sure what you mean by MRC...Magnetic Resonance Charging or something? At the very least, you seem to be hinting at wireless power, which there isn't really much of.

    An induction alcove sounds like a fucking fascinating idea. I love it.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:43:43 No.2687832
    >>2687789

    WE COL EM PLUGS FANSEE FYOOCHERMAN
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:43:58 No.2687835
    What kinds of drugs are common? Any new good booze? Smoking common?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:45:44 No.2687856
    >>2687789
    We attach cords that we plug into the walls, where there are wires run to provide electricity.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:46:19 No.2687868
    >>2687820
    What's with all these high school kids wanting astroboy here to tell them they're going to be rich geniuses
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:46:20 No.2687869
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    FUTUREGUY HOW DOES MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM 00 END?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:47:11 No.2687878
    >>2687789
    ASIMO robots are mostly showpieces, designed to prove that it's possible to build a robot that's able to walk, climb up and down stairs, and wave.

    We do have extremely specialized robots for basic tasks, however. We've got one brand, "Roomba", that is a disc about half a meter in diameter that scoots around in a semi-random traversal, constantly vacuuming anything it passes over. It's cute and works pretty well, but it's nowhere near as efficient as a human.

    We plug in most of our devices with hard-wired contacts. There are a select few devices that can charge using magnetic induction (I have an electric toothbrush that does this), but you have to put them right up against the charger and it's slow.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:47:22 No.2687879
    Hey futureguy, what demographics are most affected by the civil war? You mentioned biological attack, was there any sort of ethic cleansing or genocide program attempted?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:48:05 No.2687888
    >>2687781

    Well the church of the singularity disbanded before I was born, if that tells you anything. 99+% of the autolabor bots are hard AI, so evidently it's sophisticated enough to get the job done, I never really considered it before I started ETP posting and one of you brought it up. They're out of sight out of mind.

    Wetbots are about as good as it gets for unpredictable, lifelike behavior. Since, I mean, it's a living brain. I suppose that's sort of cheating from the perspective of someone hoping for a self aware hard AI but that's what's on offer at the moment. The current thinking in neuroscience is that for a computer to behave like a brain it must physically be structured like a brain, and that's where research is currently headed. People get pretty attached to wetbots trained for companionship and when it dies....I guess I wouldn't know personally, not my thing, but I'd imagine it hits you pretty hard, especially if you were in love.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:48:45 No.2687894
    >>2687879
    Gays, probably.

    Next train out is from a hotel room in Vegas to Canada, and the only seat left is on my dick. Any takers?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:48:54 No.2687896
    >>2687868
    I'm asking for proof. I used myself as the subject because he's already said that there's a file on me detailed enough to include my future wife's name.
    It's a fair bit more interesting than the spoilers people keep asking for, wouldn't you say?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:49:39 No.2687903
    >>2687888
    >The current thinking in neuroscience is that for a computer to behave like a brain it must physically be structured like a brain, and that's where research is currently headed.
    If this is true then I guess I'm about 90 fucking years ahead of the curve. Guess I can do research WHEN I'M DEAD.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:50:14 No.2687912
    Hey futureguy, can you tell us notable events that happen before the end of january 2009?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:50:27 No.2687914
    >>2687894

    Oh Anonymous, you tease.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:50:32 No.2687916
    Theres some research being done now into wireless electricity. How does that play out in the future?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:52:19 No.2687930
    >>2687916

    I'm pretty sure that's how all their stuff gets power in the future. Seems that way from what he's said before, anyway.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:52:27 No.2687931
    >>2687878

    Okay so the Roomba, which yes I've heard of before, is yet another box (or disc) on wheels. My understanding is that there were walking home robots by 2010 so I don't see why they should be absent in 2009?

    Magnetic resonance coils work more or less like induction except it recaptures all broadcast energy that isn't used; energy is only exchanged at the point where two MRC fields intersect. It has roughly the same transmission range as the in-house shortwave radios you use for network access. Which, by the by, are about to be replaced by towers with a 30 mile range. Enjoy buying all new electronics.
    >> Trappan Gaems !O42zslyatY 01/07/09(Wed)22:54:03 No.2687955
    >>2687894
    I already left vegas y u do dis ;_;
    >> Mantil !pUC84MAgHA 01/07/09(Wed)22:54:11 No.2687956
    Hey, Futureguy, you're interested in stuff around the turn of the century and our people and stuff, so I'll tell you what I know.

    As is obvious, our technology is not anywhere near as nice as what you've got to work with, hell, you probably wonder how we live without gadgets X, Y, and Z from your time. But actually, it's not too bad. Right now, I'm running on a new computer (manufactured by Gateway, running Windows Vista 64 bit, 6 GB RAM, 640 GB HD, quad core processor, high standard GFX card for our day). I've read somewhere that the number of cores in computers is going to increase dramatically in the coming years, and that personal supercomputers will become a reality. Any word on this?

    There are still a lot of non-technologically savvy people in our day. Meaning that they don't know how to turn on a computer, or connect to the internet. My grandfather doesn't even know what the internet is, and my mom only started to use computers regularly in 2002. I'm interested in video game design as a career path, since I feel as if it's going to be a field that will become much more mainstream in the future.

    I own a computer from 1999 that has the processing power that is less than a phone ten years later.

    I play keyboard for this band, Mantle. I was wondering what the instruments of your time are?

    I can answer any questions you have about modern music, gaming, computers or anything like that.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:55:09 No.2687973
    >>2687931
    Might still happen. 2009 could be a huge developmental year in terms of humanoid robotics, especially if a bunch of other new technology comes out that makes it easier.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:55:10 No.2687974
    >>2687820
    DRAWING ATTENTION TO MY POST.
    AND BLAWKINGTHENEWT
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)22:55:43 No.2687986
    >>2687931
    Your understanding looks like it's incorrect, friend. Even if humanoid household robots became available in the next year, I doubt many people could afford them. Our economy is totally fucked.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:57:01 No.2688001
    >>2687820

    You're bald in the file photo but your mustache is brown. The only other info I can find is an archived family history site your dad put together. Apparently your ancestors immigrated to the united states from france.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)22:58:38 No.2688027
    >>2687986

    I said walking not humanoid, there's a picture of a dog looking thing although having read the description it's some kind of toy, it doesn't clean or anything.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:00:27 No.2688052
    >>2688001
    Damnit, it's vague, not technically wrong though. My father isn't net savvy, not impossible though. The french thing is partly accurate. Surely you can give a birthday? I'm not about to tell anyone if you get it wrong, it's too enjoyable to too many people.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:00:36 No.2688053
    >>2688027
    lol, I think you mean this.

    The iDog is a robot dog designed and manufactured by Sega Toys. It is also manufactured by Hasbro which provides the iDog to North American audiences. It is also marketed as the eDog in Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.

    The iDog reacts to music from an external source, such as an MP3 player. It features seven flashing LED lights on its face and has the ability to 'dance' to the beat of the music. It also has a number of switches on its nose, head and tail which allow it to react to user input. It has various emotions (which change based on user interaction) that provide different color patterns on its LED lights. Made famous for multicoloured lights. The iDog was probably designed to interact with the iPod (hence the name, even though the iPod is designed by the Apple Computer company), though it will work with any 3.5mm audio jack input, and has an integrated speaker. It also reacts if placed near an audio source (such as speakers), and has 70 built-in melodies.
    >> Trappan Gaems !O42zslyatY 01/07/09(Wed)23:00:47 No.2688058
    >>2688001
    I will shit my pants if this turns out to be accurate
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:01:06 No.2688062
    Alex, what's your favorite flavor of ice cream?
    What's Siane's?

    Have you ever had chocolate-dipped strawberries with her?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:01:07 No.2688064
    >>2687931
    I might believe walking (but largely unintelligent) home robots somewhere in the 2010s, but not 2010 exactly. We have toys that LOOK like robots and can walk around, but nothing that's capable of actually interacting with the world in a useful manner.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:01:39 No.2688072
    >>2688027
    Aibo? Yeah, that's a toy.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:02:14 No.2688077
    Hey Futurebro, do you Futurekids still keep pets? If so, then what kind?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:02:54 No.2688086
    >>2688027
    >walking, not humanoid
    ok, fair enough, my bad. There was a Sony robot modeled after a dog a few years back, called Aibo. Now discontinued but there are researchers who still work with them. They can learn flocking behavior and so on (the robots, not the researchers).
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:03:04 No.2688087
    >>2687869
    THIS PLEASE

    ALSO DOES GUNDAM STILL EXIST?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:04:04 No.2688103
    >>2688052
    Also, I inherited my fathers hair which means it's currently red but will turn brown in the future. It's accurate, but not concrete.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:06:07 No.2688132
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    GUNDAM

    Also how's the Philippines?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:06:40 No.2688138
    >>2687956

    Panel chipsets typically have 66 cores; They process two views, one for each eye, and their's a set of views for 33 different viewing angles, one straight ahead and 16 to either side. As a result, when you walk around the display the viewing angle changes, like you're looking through a window. There's a slight, barely perceptible transition from one angle to the next according to Eric but I have to really look closely to see it.

    Some of the gestural and EEG based interfaces for outdoor helio concerts would strike you as ridiculous looking but you're not supposed to look at the musician (since he'll be flailing around to manipulate each individual synchro track that makes up the song) you're supposed to keep your eyes on the big helio visualization.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:07:47 No.2688158
    ATTN: High school senior boy

    You may want to consider a tripcode, otherwise people will all just say YEAH IT'S RIGHT and NO IT'S WRONG simultaneously.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:08:15 No.2688163
    >>2687835
    C'mon futurefag, I'm begging ya.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)23:08:37 No.2688172
    >>2687931
    This is something Tesla had invented.
    JP cockblocked him for it cause it wouldn't turn a profit.
    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/fun/gizmo/article2094604.ece already prelims in that being done now.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:09:16 No.2688180
    Oh, Future, what happens to Sweden?
    >> Mantil !pUC84MAgHA 01/07/09(Wed)23:09:20 No.2688183
    >>2688138

    What are the major genres of your time, and could you give a brief description of each please?

    Also, do optics also have sort of a music playing function built into them?

    Thanks for answering.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:09:44 No.2688186
    >>2688163

    He's already answered this. Weed and shrooms are legal and pretty commonly used. Most recreational drinks have THC in them.
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/07/09(Wed)23:10:06 No.2688194
    >>2688158
    Fair enough, I don't plan to keep it beyond this conversation.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:13:15 No.2688228
    >>2688103

    Auburn, and there's grey. You're also pretty heavy set in this photo unless it's just a funny angle.

    >>2688077

    Wetbots mainly. There are hard AI versions that are much cheaper and less sophisticated but they're toys really, I don't think I could get attached to something without a real brain.

    >>2688062

    That sounds amazing and while I can probably get convincing chocolate, fresh produce is a lot more expensive up here than it was back home.

    A couple of people called 2095-96 a utopia, apparently it doesn't matter that you eat better, for cheaper, than I do. Any one of you could buy a real steak, maybe for every meal. See, that's utopia.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)23:15:14 No.2688257
    >>2688172
    JP Morgan sorry
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:15:18 No.2688259
    >>2688228
    I dunno about steaks for every meal, those bitches are pretty expensive.

    And by the way, chocolate-dipped strawberries are pretty much one of the classic "romantic" foods of our time.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:15:39 No.2688262
    >>2688183

    #1. Viewpoint, opera, historical rock and empathetic come to mind.

    #2. Of course they do but only in stereo.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:16:18 No.2688268
    >>2688228
    Do you have pretzel chips and mustard with cheese on the moon? If not, fuck you, I am in heaven right now.

    Om nom nom gorging on dicks
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:16:56 No.2688275
    >>2687931
    >My understanding is that there were walking home robots by 2010 so I don't see why they should be absent in 2009?
    what what what what what what what what what mootbjlkagjdokgfwjmklfalocks plesae dont mute moi you silly silly man
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:17:23 No.2688283
    >>2688262
    What's empathetic music like?
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/07/09(Wed)23:19:12 No.2688302
    >>2688228
    I can really tell you want to just go with this, and I almost feel bad, but I have to insist on a hard date, or birth place, or something. I don't plan on ruining the fun, I plan on empirically testing a hypothesis. Obtaining data not easily refutable.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/07/09(Wed)23:20:09 No.2688311
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    >>2688275
    It wouldn't surprise me if Japan has those in a year, year in a half time

    Alex, here's a recent exoskeleton. Asimos are like a decade old at least.
    Exoskeletal braces like the lunarians are being close to being developed as well
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:20:45 No.2688317
    >>2688302
    In before hurghrglghCENSORfkfffkffdicksfjkfff
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:20:52 No.2688319
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    >>2688053
    or the AIBO
    which actually walks
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:22:47 No.2688342
    >>2688180

    You and Australia jump on the stipend economy right away. Your model of healthcare becomes pretty common by the 40s. Oh and lucky you if you're a long haired swedish guy, lunaran girls will leave snail trails on their way to your front door. You're human so there's the mild social taboo but you look lunaran enough that they won't actually get any shit for it. I've seen plenty of lunarans dating scandinavians although scandinavians stereotypically prefer helenes. Becomes kind of a movie cliche.
    >> Pizza !rWNBkCs4.2 01/07/09(Wed)23:23:18 No.2688346
    Hey futureguy

    Are there any aliens in the future? any hype surrounding alien possibilities?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:23:52 No.2688355
    Hey, Future Guy, here's an email I got from a friend of mine today. It should send a chill down your spine:
    HOORAY, HOORAY, HOORAY for Paul Harvey. I myself have been grumbling and wondering how a handful of people have been able to take our right to pray in public places away from us. So, agreeing with Paul, I GLADLY will forward this email AGAIN, AGAIN AND AGAIN.

    Folks, This New Year is when we RE-TAKE AMERICA
    ********* Get Ready *********

    Keep this going around the globe ... Read it and forward every time you receive it. We can't give up on this issue.

    To Be continued...
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:24:09 No.2688357
    >>2688355
    Continued...


    Paul Harvey and Prayer
    Paul Harvey says:

    This is the United States of America , a country founded on Christian principles.

    One or two will tell thousands what they can and cannot do. I don't think a short prayer at a football game is going to shake the world's foundations.

    Christians are just sick and tired of turning the other cheek while our courts strip us of all our rights. Our parents and grandparents taught us to pray before eating, to pray before we go to sleep. Our Bible tells us to pray without ceasing. Now a handful of people and their lawyers are telling us to cease praying.

    God, help us. And if that last sentence offends you, well, just sue me.

    The silent majority has been silent too long. It's time we tell that one or two who scream loud enough to be heard that the vast majority doesn't care what they want. It is time that the majority rules! It's time we tell them, You don't have to pray; you don't have to say the Pledge of Allegiance; you don't have to believe in God or attend services that honor Him. That is your right, and we will honor your right; but by golly, you are no longer going to take our rights away. We are fighting back, and we WILL WIN!

    God bless us one and all ... Especially those who worship Him , God bless America, despite all her faults. She is still the greatest nation of all. God bless our military who are fighting to protect our right to pray and worship God.

    Let's make 2009 the year the silent majority is heard and we put God back as the foundation of our families and institutions .. And our military forces come home from all the wars.

    Keep looking up.


    If you agree with this, please pass it on.
    If not delete it.
    'AND THAT'S THE REST OF THE STORY' ,
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:25:51 No.2688376
    >>2688302

    California is listed as your place of residence, that's the best I can do. Also I'm poking through that site and you have partial scottish ancestry if I'm not mistaken.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:26:34 No.2688384
         File :1231388794.jpg-(13 KB, 288x360, skwisgaar skwigelf.jpg)
    >>2688342
    That's whats she saids.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:26:56 No.2688389
    Dear futureguy, have any nuclear weapons been used on anyone besides Japan in the future?

    If you didn't know, Hiroshima and Nagasaki were nuked in 1945 by the United States.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:29:06 No.2688410
    >>2688283

    Whiny.

    >>2688311

    That looks like a prosthetic hand without the piezo skin on it, though. I don't think that's an exoskeleton.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:30:14 No.2688420
    >>2688384

    If this is related to the naruto cartoon again I am sick of people asking me about it, no more naruto questions.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:33:57 No.2688446
    do you know what LSD is and what role does it or did it play in technology? what is the future sciences opinion on it.

    also mdma
    >> Pizza !rWNBkCs4.2 01/07/09(Wed)23:33:59 No.2688448
    >>2688420
    No, that's metalocolypse (sp?)

    Funny show, completely different genre. Marginally less retarded.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:34:22 No.2688457
    >>2688420
    No, my friend, that is Skwisgaar Skwigelf from Metalocalypse/Dethklok.

    Skwisgaar is an incredibly skilled swedish guitarist with pretty bad english who pretty much thinks he's the greatest thing in the world.
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/07/09(Wed)23:34:42 No.2688458
    >>2688376
    Well, that's enough to make some assumptions.
    Thanks.
    >> Trappan Gaems !O42zslyatY 01/07/09(Wed)23:34:46 No.2688459
    >>2688420
    No, that's Metaloclypse. Its a comedy based around satire of heavy metal music. Its fucking hilarious
    >> Pizza !rWNBkCs4.2 01/07/09(Wed)23:37:40 No.2688483
    hey what do you eat on an average day?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:38:21 No.2688488
    >>2688457

    They forgot to make his skin gold.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:38:37 No.2688494
    >>2688457
    Oh, and I posted him because you said Lunarans typically like the long-haired Swedes.
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/07/09(Wed)23:38:59 No.2688496
    >>2688420
    It's not. It's a dark comedy focusing on an absurdly popular death metal band. They have the 13th largest economy in the world. Hilariously violent and borderline retarded hi jinks ensue.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:39:24 No.2688501
    Does anyone actually believe this guy?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:39:46 No.2688507
    hay guys

    just read the whole thread and I'm confused.
    So this guy is pretending to be from the future, and we ask him questions?
    >> Pizza !rWNBkCs4.2 01/07/09(Wed)23:41:26 No.2688518
    >>2688488
    people in our time don't have those skin color extremes.

    We've pretty much got black (dark brown), tan, and white.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:41:26 No.2688519
    So, uh, sorry for the stupid question, but have you heard of an animated comedy show called "The Simpsons?" It started in like 1989.

    And can you tell me when it finally ends? We're on the 19th or 20th season in 2009. If you have any questions for me in return, I'll answer.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:41:53 No.2688525
    >>2688501
    It's something I'd really like to believe lol.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:42:06 No.2688529
    >>2688488
    Swedes currently have white skin.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:43:08 No.2688545
    >>2688518
    >>2688529
    I believe he was making a joke in reference to helenes and how they think they're the best shit since sliced bread. Or panels, or what-have-you.

    Sly futureguy humour is sly.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:43:51 No.2688553
    fuck another one of these threads.....i was gonna go do some shit now im gonna be here for a while.


    =]
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:45:04 No.2688566
         File :1231389904.png-(87 KB, 701x443, 04-skin-color-map_cl.png)
    2009 skin color
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:45:33 No.2688569
    Why do people like these threads?

    I just can't get past the pure, unadulterated retardation.

    Maybe thats just me.
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/07/09(Wed)23:46:45 No.2688583
    >>2688545
    I know. He's all like. Hah.

    Alex, more questions for us?
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:47:13 No.2688590
    >>2688569
    Hahaha no, I agree

    HELLO WELCOME TO SPACE YOUR PERSONAL AUTODICK WILL BE HERE TO ATTEND TO YOUR EVERY WHIM

    JUST SUCK FOR ALL OF YOUR DREAMS TO COME TRUE
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:47:38 No.2688596
    >>2688483

    Takes me hours to warm up so while I usually grab something small from my vendor I don't eat all of it. vendor bevs are much better than vendor food as you can get restaurant brands to stock it with. On a good day mine is full of apple and pomegranate flavored Hex, gets the sleep flavor out of my mouth and being a little bit off my shit helps with the grogginess. Everyone has their rituals.

    Then it's off to Lorenzos except that's back in the google hab. None of the places that serve breakfast in lunarhab measure up so far as I can tell but I'm still exploring. I'll have some' bacon' and 'egg' pierogs, with soy cakes and some Istica hearth or whatever they have on the menu that will warm me up because it is colder than shit here. The lunarans are built for it, I'm not, and if I could get away with it I'd just wear a thermal wrap everywhere I go.

    Lunch and dinner depends where I feel like going. I had kimchi at Chun Hei's yesterday and some little cafe with a name I can't pronounce had credibly decent balandelai.
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/07/09(Wed)23:49:12 No.2688620
    >>2688566
    I was unaware we had pitch black people.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:50:18 No.2688639
    >>2688566
    Why the fuck is there a black island in JAPAN?
    >> ★‮‫‪‭‬‬ !.64NeWFaGs 01/07/09(Wed)23:50:40 No.2688644
         File :1231390240.png-(84 KB, 701x443, 1231389904986.png)
    >>2688566
    anything too dark is pig disgusting IMO

    tan is nice but burnt is not
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:52:32 No.2688665
    >>2688566

    Ah, so lunarans came from Greenland and northern Russia/Canada. It all makes sense now. :P
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/07/09(Wed)23:54:46 No.2688700
    Is David Bowie still being listened to? The Beatles? Maybe not popularly but as a classic thing?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:54:52 No.2688702
    >>2688639

    Martian tourism. Through time. Somehow. And apparently their hab exploded all over Africa.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:55:18 No.2688707
    >>2688458
    He got it wrong, didn't he. :(
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:55:46 No.2688712
    >>2688596
    Hey, that "I'm not built for how cold it is here" sounds like a great excuse you can use whenever you want to get closer to Siane on a date or something.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:55:53 No.2688715
    >>2688700

    Yeah, historical rock.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:56:24 No.2688723
         File :1231390584.jpg-(19 KB, 320x244, Mr Scorpion.jpg)
    >>2688665

    The Simpsons, motherfucker, do you grok it?
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/07/09(Wed)23:57:08 No.2688737
    >>2688707
    Never know about the future.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/07/09(Wed)23:58:10 No.2688760
    >>2688707

    I wish he'd go ahead and tell me. It's no skin off my nose if I got the wrong Roulund, but he's operating under the assumption that I'm full of shit.

    Which, I mean, is fair. I don't expect anything else. But when I put in that much effort wikinetting these people I like to know whether I hit the mark or not.
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/07/09(Wed)23:58:24 No.2688769
    >>2688715
    So that's what historical rock is? Not the shit we have today? FUCK YEAH
    I doubt it, but what about Radiohead?

    Also, I'll answer any questions you have.
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:58:31 No.2688771
    >>2688644

    That's a misleading picture because it seems to arbitrarily flip between native and immigrant populations (i.e. dark australia versus light canada).
    >> Anonymous 01/07/09(Wed)23:58:53 No.2688773
    >>2688737
    Er...I don't even know what that means.
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/07/09(Wed)23:59:01 No.2688775
    >>2688707
    No Virginia, there IS a Santa Claus.

    That is to say;
    He got several things right and nothing, practically speaking, wrong.
    >> Pizza !rWNBkCs4.2 01/07/09(Wed)23:59:46 No.2688786
    >>2688596

    i did not understand most of that

    >>2688715

    are the people who listen to them still faggots?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:00:59 No.2688806
    Just FYI we are in the beginning stages of developing commercial ocular implants. Companies are working on producing a commercial one I believe.

    But as of now they're bulky, and can only help the blind see very low quality moving images.
    >> noko noko 01/08/09(Thu)00:01:08 No.2688808
    >>2688775
    >>2688775
    AW SHIT. I just pissed my pants, hard.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:01:10 No.2688810
    What are the winning California mega millions lottery numbers for 1/09/09?
    It should be in the papers "California lottery winner says 'I found the numbers on 4chan' "
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:01:54 No.2688823
    hey do you guys still use QWERTY keyboards in the future?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:02:27 No.2688828
    >>2688712

    I'd end up warming her, though. Lunarans don't lose much heat through their skin, I dunno exactly what's different about it except hers is really weirdly opaque. Like, I can't see any veins or anything. I know they must have pores but I've never seen Siane sweat, although that makes more sense, moisture conservation. Also come to think of it I have never seen a lunaran outside of an earth hab. I wonder if they literally can't sweat and would cook or something.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:03:02 No.2688841
    >>2688810
    Nice try pastfag.

    By the way, Futureguy; I posted this in the last thread when someone asked about Obama - but I wasn't sure you saw it. It's a post of yours that managed to get through unfiltered.

    Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/06/09(Tue)04:47:54 No.2669517

    >>2669505

    I tried, I think I already explained that it was censored both times I attempted to answer. Let me try this: "It contains excerpts from The Audacity of Hope and he mentions Scooter Libby". Hopefully that's vaguely enough to get through, I guess I'll find out in a second.
    >> ★V★I★P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)00:03:46 No.2688854
    >>2688775
    And I can talk to the dead, as long as you don't ask me anything too personal.

    You're clever, though, I like you.
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/08/09(Thu)00:04:45 No.2688872
    >>2688773
    He could move.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:04:50 No.2688874
    >>2688775

    I may be wrong anyway though. I told you about Alicia, which increases the odds that you'll behave differently around her than you would've. If you put her off somehow it's gonna be my fault.

    She's a second generation british immigrant btw, blonde hair and brown eyes. "Don't fuck it up", I guess.
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)00:05:28 No.2688879
    >>2688828

    If human biology in terms of heat loss still applies to lunarans, then either they have thicker skin, or their epithelial blood vessels are in deeper subcutaneous layers of the skin.

    People lose heat because blood flow at the surface of the skin transfers heat to the environment via convection. Bury the blood vessels deeper, and you conserve more heat.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:07:00 No.2688907
    Hey Future, what's the prospect for other "Minority" presidents like Obama?
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/08/09(Thu)00:07:01 No.2688908
    >>2688786
    Ey! Just because I AM a faggot doesn't have anything to do with that. :p
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:07:03 No.2688910
    >>2688841

    I know, I got a cite the last time you posted it too. I don't know why they don't just delete it now instead of shitting on me. 4 cites will prematurely end my session.
    >> Yudayajin !!T2ZwwP+flEg 01/08/09(Thu)00:07:04 No.2688911
    Hi. I'm a jewfag, and future, I was wondering if the tribe still exists. Does israel survive, and does the jewish population prosper. I'm begging for a yes here.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:08:22 No.2688931
    Wait n/m that was probably for something else. The FAQ says you can't two cites for the same thing.

    When the little window comes up while you're struggling to download an image though, it's a bitch.
    >> Pizza !rWNBkCs4.2 01/08/09(Thu)00:08:51 No.2688936
    Is abortion legal in the future?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:08:56 No.2688939
    >>2688596
    What's hex again?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:09:21 No.2688945
    >>2688841
    Let me guess...he cant answer anything that will mess up the economy or some shit?
    GAY!
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/08/09(Thu)00:09:52 No.2688956
    >>2688916
    Stop being a tard. Please.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:09:54 No.2688957
    Was the cure for AIDs really bone marrow transplants?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:10:37 No.2688969
    >>2688874
    Unless you believe in the predestination paradox, which would assume that the only reason he ever got with her was because you had already contacted him in the past to tell him about her.

    Wouldn't it be funny if your actions didn't actually create a new timeline at all, and instead are even sole reasons certain things happened in your past that you may take for granted today?

    (Also I'm still probably going to retroactively stalk you just to make sure you get with Siane.)
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:10:43 No.2688972
    >>2688723

    he won't answer, he doesn't care about some TV show. I bet they don't even remember it.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:10:47 No.2688973
    How did the economy turn out after those mexicans learned how to make diamonds out of distilled and boiled tequila?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:11:49 No.2688990
    what does the future hold for nine inch nails?
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/08/09(Thu)00:12:00 No.2688999
    >>2688939
    Drug.
    >>2688936
    It's legal now...
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:12:42 No.2689007
    >>2688916

    Ugh, please, no more name questions. I am so, so tired of name questions.

    >>2688911

    There are habs in Israel if that's what you mean but the borders are no longer a matter of contention since, I mean, everyone lives indoors. Besides there are the UAVs, UGVs and whatnot. There'll be an Israel so long as the carebear doctrine isn't abolished.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:13:12 No.2689014
    Future, listen to me very very clearly, this is gonna sound like a load of shit but you must trust me.
    If at any point we find ways to open up alternate dimensions, find a way to stop people from doing it with all your fucking power, no matter what, find a way to stop it. The opening of a certain dimension will probably destroy the chances of man kind surviving for another century. I can't go into specifics, but there is a very powerful, and hostile race that will try to destroy us if we happen to open up a portal.
    I know its sounds fucknuts but you have to trust me.
    >> supershinylovesock !!Wbh7XSGs4hK 01/08/09(Thu)00:13:49 No.2689020
    >>2688969
    This is what I thought.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:14:38 No.2689032
    I'd like to think we've gotten past the "Prove you're really from 2096" phase, but an excellent topic did pop into my head. Could you try to evade your security filters and tell us what information was released about the JFK assassination? The records are still sealed in 2009 to protect those who participated in the event.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:14:48 No.2689035
    >>2688907

    In case you missed it
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:14:54 No.2689037
    >>2688969

    I can believe it. The fact that I landed Siane is more far fetched than ETP.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:15:29 No.2689046
    >>2689014
    Psh. Shut up, idiot. You're obviously a fake.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:15:46 No.2689052
    >>2689035

    Maynard is a gay atheist, how does that grab you? Because I can tell you, the CNPA didn't care for it.
    >> ★V★I★P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)00:16:28 No.2689059
    >>2689011
    HELLO THIS IS YOUR CAPTAIN SPEAKING

    OUR FLIGHT WILL BE GROUNDED SHORTLY DUE TO FAGGOT DETECTORS IN AISLE 5 SEATS 1, 2, AND 3 GOING OFF. WE ARE SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE RUHAGUHUGHGALRHUR
    >> Mr. Konata Izumi (=ω=) !hKVgwdyGeM 01/08/09(Thu)00:17:20 No.2689074
    Future, referencing a post from earlier, is the name Paul Harvey relevant to the Chri-doms thing at all?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:17:20 No.2689075
    >>2689052

    The Counter Narcotics Police of Afghanistan?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:17:25 No.2689079
    >>2689032

    Hey, I remember that shit! It was in the news at the same time as the media frenzy over the asteroid.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:17:33 No.2689081
    >>2688973
    >>2688957
    Do those two!
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/08/09(Thu)00:17:45 No.2689086
    >>2688854
    Well, would you believe you're the second tripfag to tell me that?
    >>2688874
    Advice I'll take to heart. I'd like to set up a correspondence with you, perhaps a bulletin board or forum? It would be much like 4chan, but much more personal. I'd really love an opportunity to get into real discussions with you. Instead of just the novelty of being a guy from the future.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:19:03 No.2689101
    Okay I found it in the archive, and the news clips are contemporaneous. This was even before my dad was born but my grandpa mentioned the asteroid craze a few times.
    >> Yudayajin !!T2ZwwP+flEg 01/08/09(Thu)00:19:16 No.2689105
    >>2689007
    Sorry future, I know you have a lot of guys who are asking you annoying questions... but uh, sorry:
    UAVs, UGVs <--- Started reading your threads pretty recently, this is only my second one. I was wondering what those are. I was also hoping you could tell me if jews themselves are still around. You said israel is still there cause of the carebear thing (thank g-d), does that mean that the Jews are still there? I know I'm wasting your patience, but this is my people on the line here. (albeit in the future...)
    >> Mr. Konata Izumi (=ω=) !hKVgwdyGeM 01/08/09(Thu)00:19:41 No.2689110
    Oh also, what about the name David Barton? I've been doing some research on these Christian nationalists, this guy is not only one of them but he's the current vice president of the Texas Republican Party, meaning if this guy is relevant to you, that means they have some sort of political standing.
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)00:19:53 No.2689113
    >>2688990

    I'd kinda like to know this, too, since the ARG tie-in with the release of their Year Zero album also had some apocalyptic scenarios regarding an America "born again" into an era of Christian nationalism (cept the scientists don't win, this time).

    The ARG hasn't finished yet....just wondering if it will, maybe with their next album?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:19:56 No.2689114
    >>2689037
    Aww, don't be like that. I'm sure it was all your charm, wit, and maybe some awkwardness that hooked her on you.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:20:46 No.2689126
    >>2689081
    You better not skip my fucking questions spaceman!
    >> ★V★I★P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)00:21:21 No.2689136
    >>2689086
    I'm only being a tripfag because I'm feeling unusually fabulous right now. Normally I like to spite people anonymously, but this is fine too.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:23:01 No.2689156
    im more curious to see if the unreleased fragile stuff ever sees the light of day. but yeah the year zero arg should have an interesting finish
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:23:15 No.2689161
    >>2689105

    Basically fighting robots.
    >> ★V★I★P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)00:24:14 No.2689173
    >>2689105
    Considering there's still lying and swindling in the future, why would you think otherwise?
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)00:24:19 No.2689175
    To answer other anons acronym questions:

    CNPA: Christian Nationalist Party (dunno where the A comes from...)

    UAV: Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

    UGV: Unmanned Ground Vehicle
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:25:32 No.2689186
    >>2688519
    futureman, answer the questions about The Simpsons, if it pleases ya.

    When does the cartoon end and how?
    >> Dr. Gregory House !Fd.aY111fg 01/08/09(Thu)00:25:42 No.2689190
    Are opiates still all the rave in your time period?
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)00:26:03 No.2689193
    >>2689156

    It better. I spent too much fucking time reading through all those damn sites and wikis established after the fact for it to dry up because the marketing department doesn't have funding...
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:27:06 No.2689212
    What else do you know about death?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:27:24 No.2689214
    So, what happens with fossil fuels? Do they run out?

    Does they USA maintain its hegemony throughout the 21st century, or does China move to first place? Or is there a dark horse winner here, like India?

    There is a lot of talk about recession at the start around now, in 2009. How long does this last? Is it serious?

    Are there any fields young undergrads should continue moving into now, because of their extreme promise?
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)00:28:54 No.2689233
    >>2689214

    Environmental engineering...obviously
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:29:07 No.2689236
    >>2688957

    For select patients but even the most generalized version treats only 10%. Reprogenetic experiments involving mouse immunology yield some enzyme that is really effective at halting the spread of AIDs in like 90% of patients. A small percentage are still shit out of luck however. Or were, nobody in the habs has had it as long as I've been alive, and the only outsiders who ever came inside were treatable cases.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:31:15 No.2689262
    >>2689233

    That's not funny.

    >>2689214

    The economy recovers gradually although the transition to the stipend economy slows and eventually halts that progress which makes it extremely unpopular with what passes for conservative thinkers in postwar America. Autolabor is the missing piece that makes the stipend economy practical.
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)00:31:29 No.2689269
    >>2689236
    So basically I can stick my dick in anything and it can't kill me?

    Awesome.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:33:16 No.2689287
    Thank you for your answer. Since this is maybe the most practical question you can answer, I wanted to pose it again, respectfully... for young people entering college now, what fields would you recommend? In my case, I'm thinking of doing chemical engineering, or physics. If you have a much better idea, please advise.
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/08/09(Thu)00:34:18 No.2689301
    >>2689262
    Damn, ignoring me. Ah well, I'd have really loved the opportunity to understand your world, so to speak.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:34:27 No.2689305
    >>2689105

    Yes, in fact the genomic basis for the intelligence enhancement edits came from a bunch of Israeli families. Red, bushy hair on all of 'em in the photos. Is that typical? I have friends with semitic ancestry and they all have black or brown hair.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:36:01 No.2689329
    Hey, FutureGuy, what happens to Wal-Mart in the future? Considering they're the richest corporation the world has ever known, and have a yearly revenue greater than the GDP of most countries, I imagine they won't just disappear.

    Also, what is the population of Earth and the colonies on the moon and Mars. What percentage of the human population is made up of Lunarans, Martians, and Hellenes?
    >> Dr. Gregory House !Fd.aY111fg 01/08/09(Thu)00:36:19 No.2689335
    is vicodin still around?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:36:40 No.2689341
    >>2689287

    Either works. Robotics and directed energy weapons are also good picks and if you wind up in physics, look for a guy named Robert Bussard and see if you can't ride his coattails.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:36:44 No.2689342
    >>2687248 here.
    Next time you post to us, could you make a note of how/if you went about this suggestion? Like if you suggested it to the company that makes the stickercams and you got paid for it, or what.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:37:05 No.2689346
    >>2689305
    I have red, bushy hair and I'm not Israeli. Is that even an Israeli trait?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:38:06 No.2689366
    Just to check back with you, the only response we got from you on the JFK Assassination scandal was that you had remembered it being mentioned about the time of the Aphosis asteroid scare, and that you were checking the archives on it. Did you happen to post any more on it? I don't want to sound pushy, but I don't want an opportunity like this to be deleted by the Time Police.
    >> Yudayajin !!T2ZwwP+flEg 01/08/09(Thu)00:38:43 No.2689374
    >>2689161
    Thanks.
    >>2689173
    Ignoring you. You're giving off an antisemitic feeling.
    >>2689175
    Also, thanks.

    >>2689305
    >>Yes,
    yes. yes. yes yes yes yse ysey seyseyseyesayse yes!


    Red, bushy hair on all of 'em in the photos. Is that typical? I have friends with semitic ancestry and they all have black or brown hair.

    No... Usually it's what you said. Brown or black hair is common, with curly hair also as a somewhat true stereotype. I'm so thankful we're around though... That's very good. But red and bushy is not common as far as I know. I mean, obviously there are millions of jews... but red hair has always been more an irish thing. At least that's how I understand it...

    BARUCH HASHEM! Thank you future. Thank you so much.
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)00:38:44 No.2689375
    >>2689262

    Okay, so now I'm interesting. What's up with environmental engineering in the years to come? I'm currently applying to grad programs in that very field, so it'd be good to know whether I should stick with it or find something else to do (like live in the woods and stockpile ammunition).
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)00:40:46 No.2689414
    >>2689374
    Worst troll ever

    Overpriced, delayed shipping, 0/10 would not buy again
    >> Yudayajin !!T2ZwwP+flEg 01/08/09(Thu)00:41:36 No.2689433
    >>2689414
    like i said, ignoring you.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:42:11 No.2689445
    Futureguy, what happens to the British?

    Please. I must know if our current trend of government fuckery is one that continues.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:42:54 No.2689456
    >>2689329

    Well including the outsiders the population is estimated to be around 10.2 billion. Habs range from 10,000 to 20,000 depending on size obviously and there are just over five hundred thousand habs in the world.

    It says as of 2095, .02% of the Earths population is lunaran, 1.6% is helene and there are really only a few thousand martians total, statistically insignificant. Lunarhab is upwards of 90% lunarans with no permanent helene residents that I'm aware of and only a handful of humans.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:44:24 No.2689480
    >>2689374

    Lol. Mr. Judaism, you should at least consider the possibility that this is a hoax. It seems a little silly to go through the rest of your life convinced that Jews will survive for 1000 years on the basis of a guy's practical joke.

    tl;dr don't get too excited about anything here, you can't be sure if it's real (although it might be)
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/08/09(Thu)00:44:47 No.2689484
    >>2689414
    Probably not. Most Jews go on a trip to Israel for a month or so. While there they do cool shit like build rafts, and lrn2holocaust, but for the most part it's an attempt to convince* them to move to Israel. So provided the level of indoctrination alot of young Jews receive, he could honestly have crazy ethnic pride.

    *See: Brainwashing
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)00:45:07 No.2689489
    >>2689433
    That isn't how ignoring people works. Also, red hair is typically a Germanic or Irish trait, not really Israeli. Think harder before you start spurting gold coins all over the keyboard.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:45:13 No.2689492
    >>2689480
    Yeah, and no one is ruling out a Fourth Reich after 2096 either.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/08/09(Thu)00:46:18 No.2689509
    Whats the world population?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:47:48 No.2689525
    >>2689375

    There's an upcoming project that entails removing the particulate matter from the upper reaches of the atmosphere. If possible, prevent this from going forward.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:48:22 No.2689536
    >>2686500

    Near-future death dates is the best way I can think of for aspiring time travellers to prove themselves, since deaths continually happen and are well recorded.
    For example, a traveller to Jan 1922 could produce the following list:

    February 1 - Yamagata Aritomo, 3rd Prime Minister of Japan (b. 1838)

    February 1 - William Desmond Taylor, Irish-born film director (b. 1872)

    February 3 - John Butler Yeats, Northern Irish artist (b. 1839)

    February 14 - Heikki Ritavuori, Finnish Minister of Interior (b. 1880)

    [Easily pulled off the 'wikinet' page for 1922]
    My future prediction: we wont be seeing a Feb 2009 list this month. :)
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:48:34 No.2689539
    >>2689374
    ugh, trolling jew.

    -19/10
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:49:58 No.2689560
    >>2689489

    It's says they are Jews though, from the 'ashkenazi tribe' and that they wound up being valuable to reprogenetic attempts to enhance intelligence.

    I dunno man I know red hair is an Irish thing, but that's what the caption says.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:51:21 No.2689584
    >>2689536

    Postwar records are patchwork mainly. I did answer a bunch of morbid celebrity death questions already though in case you missed it.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/08/09(Thu)00:51:37 No.2689589
    >>2689560
    Lots of Russians have red hair.
    Lots of jews come from Russia.
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)00:51:43 No.2689590
    >>2689560
    While likely, I can't quite rule out the fact that they may have just used my genes instead and added some Jew blood to thin out the genius. Keep digging.

    >>2689539
    >ugh, jew.
    >
    >-19/10
    Fixed
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/08/09(Thu)00:52:52 No.2689609
    Is there still comic book or like marvel super heroes ? Batman and Spiderman or whatever?
    What kind of fiction tv and game genres are people into?
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)00:53:40 No.2689619
    >>2689525

    Does this project have a name? What are the repercussions that are so terrible?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:56:51 No.2689659
    >>2689609

    Apps aren't really like TV....For one thing they're done in realtime so you can move the viewing angle or change character outfits or put yourself in there (the killer app everyone saw coming) and they're not just "on" all the time, you choose to view them.

    If you're in a regular/heliotheater there are impressors too, which is an experience you could get at home if you wanted the stigma of owning your own impressor.

    We do vacation much more frequently, so there's that.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)00:57:04 No.2689663
    You know, it just occurred to me that with all of us getting absorbed into the moment and treating Future Guy like some sort of magic 8-ball that we forgot an incredibly important thing to do.

    Alex, I'm sorry.

    I am so terribly sorry. I know you've got a lot of neat stuff and a rather stable hab to live in, but I'm sorry that your grandparents couldn't have done better for you. Please, take note of how foolish we are and turn your world into something better for your children than what we gave you.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)00:59:52 No.2689699
    >>2689619

    Not that I know of, it's part of the 'turning point' act, legislation that authorized a bunch of different anti-warming measures.

    Anyway as it turns out the particular matter was blocking a significant amount of sunlight from reaching the earth and removing it was a terrible idea. The caldera explosion, although much smaller than expected, is also generally thought to have exacerbated the Rapid Warming Effect.
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)01:01:12 No.2689715
    >>2689659
    So this is like Romantic England on roids. Great.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:01:29 No.2689718
    >>2689663

    You were the ones trying to fix shit. You just made a bad call with the turning point act. Prevent that legislation and odds are your grandkids will live outdoors. I mean, as civilized people.
    >> Dr. Gregory House !Fd.aY111fg 01/08/09(Thu)01:01:34 No.2689719
    Alex my boy are you ignoring the great doctor House?
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)01:03:10 No.2689735
    >>2689589

    Christ...

    Ashkenazi Jews descended from the Jewish community that settled in the Rhineland of Germany. Hence, interbreeding with Germans, hence, red hair.

    Also, there have been many very brilliant and influential individuals with ancestral links to the Ashkenazi, incuding Einstein, Gershwin, Trotsky, and Freud.

    If there's a genetic basis for that, then FutureGuy's statement would have some legitimacy. However, considering their population genetics are plagued by a laundry list of genetic disorders, I prolly wouldn't go near that genome at all.

    Also interesting is that roughly 80% of all Jews today are Ashkenazi.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:05:18 No.2689759
    >>2689663
    Don't feel too bad - think, what if our fuckups directly led to things the world really needed?
    If, say, there hadn't been another war; would reprogenetics have really come around?

    By extension, would we have ever made Lunaran humans?

    For everything we will do/have done wrong, there could be countless wonderful things from their aftermath.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:06:03 No.2689768
    >>2689663

    >Please, take note of how foolish we are and turn your world into something better for your children than what we gave you.

    Yeah. Seriously, what were we thinking? Boxes with wheels?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:06:14 No.2689769
    pretty cool future world, guy.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:07:02 No.2689775
    >>2689768

    I'm afraid I couldn't not laugh at this.

    I'm going to go kill myself now.

    Mootenblockerism.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:07:06 No.2689776
    >>2689735

    Some of those genetic diseases are part and parcel of the higher intelligence. For example, carriers of the gene that causes Tay-Sachs in its homozygous form score higher on IQ tests than non-carriers.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:07:15 No.2689777
    >>2689735

    It doesn't say they were especially fucked up although I haven't read the whole page, it just says married couples were singled out and offered free repro edits in exchange for their samples.
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)01:07:26 No.2689779
    >>2689699

    Yellowstone is inevitable, but I'll keep my eyes and ears turned for anything in regards to the upper atmosphere.

    I can tell you, however, that there are some interesting folks over at the U. of Tennessee who are working on reprogen algae bioreactors to suck some of the CO2 out of the atmosphere and sequester it as biomass.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:07:51 No.2689786
    >>2689759
    Unfortunately for the ones in that time line, yes, you are correct. However, poor decisions should always be avoided. Just because you changed the time line doesn't mean they don't live in a parallel setting.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:08:06 No.2689789
    >>2689759
    For another example...
    >>2689718
    What was the primary reason for Island 8 and the Lunarhab/Mars colonization projects? If the world hadn't been inadvertently fucked up with the "turning point" project, would we have been as eager to do such things?

    Look for the positive to everything, even the horrible. Never forget your mistakes, but always learn from them.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:08:11 No.2689791
    You know, there's a way he could prove beyond a doubt that he's telling the truth.

    If he can access the internet at any date, he can find material from our past that has nevertheless been taken off of the web and is totally inaccessible to us in the present. For example, I used to post in forums for an online game that never came out. Those forums have closed down and archive.org only has a couple snapshots. He could open a stream to 2003 and tell us info that I could corroborate.

    Heck, screw wikinet, he could open a stream to January 9 2009 and give us the gist of top news stories for that day by checking google news.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:08:40 No.2689800
    So I haven't been following the threads

    Can someone give me a brief synopsis of the future

    Are we fucked or are we fucked?
    >> Dr. Gregory House !Fd.aY111fg 01/08/09(Thu)01:10:48 No.2689827
    >>2689800

    Well, apparently the jews did 9/11...
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:10:56 No.2689829
    are these threads all archived anywhere? this thread makes me want to read them
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)01:11:08 No.2689831
    >>2689779
    >reprogen
    No. Also, algae are the coolest fuckers ever. Have you seen the papers on C. Reinhardtii making hydrogen if you starve them of sulfur?

    God DAMN that shit rule.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:11:17 No.2689832
    >>2689791

    I'm willing to give it a shot although understand I am a client, I don't own the ETP equiptment, the ISP does. I can choose only the duration of the session I'm willing to pay for and it has to be within an available period.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:13:57 No.2689862
    >>2689831

    Wait what? The H2S gas levels from the sea are gradually increasing, what if any effect would this bacteria have on that?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:15:26 No.2689881
    Hey Future, how's average lifespan looking?

    Are we anywhere close to immortality?
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)01:16:30 No.2689896
    >>2689831

    Or anammox bacteria that can clear the water column of nitrogen waste and contaminants from agricultural runoff...
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:17:16 No.2689908
    >>2689832

    Heh. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deaths_in_2009 a week from now...
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:18:19 No.2689925
    So, I'll assume people from your own future can also talk to you, correct?

    What do you know about the future of your own time? I'd imagine since everyone past your time can pull this trick you must know quite a bit about the distant future of the human race.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:18:23 No.2689927
    >>2689881

    Well supposedly if you go in for all of the implants and treatments you're looking at 300 years although obviously nobody knows for sure yet, I can only repeat what's in the ads.

    Oh and there's cold sleep, basically near-frigid human hibernation. I've have three people tell me they could find 2009 research papers on it so I guess knock yourself out, but don't get too excited unless you think you'll have $100,000 in disposable income by 2037.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:23:15 No.2689981
    >>2689925

    I've had a lot of jokers but a few that were consistent with one another, so I'm inclined to think they were legit. Evidently the ferry mission to the next star is a success and the project which immediately follows involves principles I thought were nonsense at the time but which one of you actually identified for me as 'heim theory' in this thread. Session ran out before he finished though but I do know that the temperatures come down supposedly thanks to organets. Which are essentially an organic approach to nanobots, genetically engineered microorganisms with artificial control mechanisms they automatically absorb and interface with when a solution consisting of the control wafers is mixed with a solution consisting of organets. He even posted a shitty little picture so presumably ETP bandwidth improves as well.
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)01:26:16 No.2690024
    >>2689862

    Marine H2S release is more a factor of the oceans warming than the bacteria, or that's how we hypothesize, at least.

    Also, I was just reading the following article:

    http://www.questioncopyright.org/nina_paley_sita_interview

    It made me wonder: What's the nature of copyright law in the 2090s? Do multi-billion dollar associations still suppress art and sue teenagers for millions, or have people come to their senses?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:28:00 No.2690044
    Also whoever has been illustrating the repro races, please continue, I love your artwork. I'd still like to see a proper helene, or perhaps a view of my old hab in california viewed from outside. I'm more than a little homesick and having that up on the wall would be wonderful.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:28:39 No.2690051
    My cousin just went hunting in Montana and brought us back fresh wild elk steaks, they were absolutely delectable. thousands of elk roam the high prairies and a man can live off of one for the better part of a year. living in 2009 is THE SHIT
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)01:30:53 No.2690085
    >>2689862
    It's actually a strain of algae, and they can be used to produce burnable hydrogen gas from which you can extract electro-FUCK YOU DON'T MOCK ME :( :( :(
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:30:58 No.2690086
    >>2690051

    .........I want to cry. I'm eating vendor lasagna right now.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:32:43 No.2690115
    >>2690044

    I want to see these too. Can anyone link/repost?
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)01:34:25 No.2690133
    >>2690086
    I'm eating pretzel chips and mustard. By the way, if any of this was real, why couldn't you just go back in time in the future and have yourself posting again here?
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/08/09(Thu)01:35:15 No.2690147
         File :1231396515.gif-(25 KB, 240x240, urien.gif)
    this is a video game character..
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:36:48 No.2690162
    >>2690133

    I don't know. If I owned the ETP equitpment I'd definitely try and hope nothing catastrophic happened. I assume there's some good reason why they avoid session overlap.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:37:45 No.2690176
    >>2690133
    i'm trying to parse your sentence but I can't quite make it out
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)01:37:57 No.2690179
    >>2690162
    But you said you claimed that other ETP posters have been in the same threads...I can't imagine such a service would be very useful if only one person could go to a given period at a given time.

    SOMETHIN'S FISHY HERE FOLKS
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:38:55 No.2690193
    Do they ever continue the show Firefly? (Past the movie Serenity)
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:39:14 No.2690200
    >>2690147

    Speaking of the vidya, Future, I heard you went on /v/. Can you summarize what you said there for me?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:39:14 No.2690201
    >>2690179

    MY sessions cannot overlap. As in, with other sessions in which I'm posting.
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)01:40:33 No.2690220
    >>2690201
    Clever, clever.

    Guys--should I melt some cheese on top of these chips and then add mustard to that for extra deliciousness? I can't decide.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:45:19 No.2690273
    >>2690220

    It's funny that everyone thinks I'm so clever for clarifying shit for them after they misunderstand me.

    Btw I can have cheese on chips too, any time. It's not milk cheese or anything but if you could tell the difference I would lick an outsiders hair and swallow.
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)01:46:50 No.2690291
    >>2690024

    Reposting for an answer. Copyright is more important than global warming, but not quite as important as Firefly.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:47:10 No.2690294
    So are we going to get 4chanarchive to archive this or what?

    Should be good for another readthrough at a later date at least.

    MOOTBLOCKACOCKNEWTHAIRTNET FUCK YOU ROBOT THIS IS A TOTALLY ORIGINAL COMMENT.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:48:16 No.2690311
    >>2689789
    >>2690273
    So what -was- the primary reason Island 8, the Lunarhab, and Mars colonization were started?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:48:20 No.2690312
    All right, sort of a name question, but I don't care. If Future answers this I'll be happy to answer any of his questions.

    Anyone with the surname Turner write any books post-2009?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:50:27 No.2690337
    >>2688342
    ok, im starting to believe this so here it goes.

    Could you please search within the following perameters for me, futureguy?

    Merseyside, poet - between the years 2009 and 2050

    This would literally change my life if the expected info comes up, dude.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:52:02 No.2690352
    >>2690291

    I know you're going to react poorly to this because of millenial attitudes towards data freedom but the fact that I can pick up and go on vacation, or really anywhere I want and do whatever I feel like 5 days a week is thanks to hab living and the autolabor/stipend system. Following the war there is a near-fanatical push for civil rights and secprog aims in general and for the most part the legislation goes through unchallenged, hence reprogenetics and wetbots and whatnot as someone noticed earlier.

    However the increase in physical freedom had to come with a caveat, and that is the tighter control on information. Everyone from the turn of the century tells me this sounds horribly oppressive but the fact of the matter is that if you didn't know that the stream/habnet monitors were there to begin with you'd never find out, it never affects you. Besides which to me, being forced to labor in order to survive is orders of magnitude more oppressive than the sort of information control that goes on in the average hab.
    >> Dr. Gregory House !Fd.aY111fg 01/08/09(Thu)01:52:09 No.2690354
         File :1231397529.jpg-(3 KB, 89x124, 00house4..jpg)
    >>2690312

    You've got to be fucking kidding me. Jesus H. Christ.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:54:01 No.2690371
    >>2690337

    If you're a british guy then you're in the writing credits for the first two Tanelorn films. I'm getting a bunch of other results though so a first name would help.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:56:23 No.2690396
    Firefly? Season 2? 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ?
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)01:57:55 No.2690411
    >>2690352

    Well, that's more a commentary on privacy, not copyright laws. I actually don't find anything offensive about the control of information, convinced as I am that populations HAVE to be controlled in some way, whether artificially or by a naturally-formed social order (small town communities, for example).

    Hell, people during our time routinely confuse privacy with anonymity (lol, it's 4chan, get it?), which has only really been around for the last decade or so.

    But yeah: By copyright, I was talking more about the ability for innovation and creativity to overrule any fussy complaint about protected content in the future.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)01:59:02 No.2690420
    >>2690396

    Cancelled, if it hasn't been already. Then revived, two more films, then "resolved" prematurely when it looks like another cancellation is on the horizon. The comments on the final episode transcript are pretty positive though, apparently it tied up loose ends as well as possible given the short notice of the second cancellation. Oh and there are six games in the series btw.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)01:59:59 No.2690428
    Future, I have a question:

    Which job market is better to get into for my near future, electrical or computer engineering? I'm having issues deciding.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:00:41 No.2690435
    I've got a very concrete question for you. It's a number question and I've been thinking about this. I've concluded that the info I'm asking will be something you will be able to give info about. Why? Because the indo I'm asking is semi-person related and the data does noet effect and influence this world that much as to say the dudes blocked the info

    QUESTION: next month the new Forbes list of rishest people in the world will come out. I want the name of Number 53 of the year 2009
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:01:02 No.2690437
    >>2690420

    ANOTHER MOVIE!?!

    My suicide will have to wait :D :D :D
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:01:07 No.2690438
    Futurebro, what is 1 bil get on /b/? Will it be as fail as I think it will?

    Also, what is m00t's true identity?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:02:30 No.2690452
    >>2690411

    You're free to sell whatever you produce within your own hab. You cannot for instance outcompete the 'house brands' so to speak to the point that you're measurably affecting profit margins nor can you open multi-hab franchises with the exception of things like prepackaged vendor meals and bevs which you can see anywhere.

    I know it smells like communism (you will be the millionth person to say so) but it isn't. Nonetheless unrestrained capitalism *would* destroy the stipend economy.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:04:21 No.2690472
    Is Tesla rightfully recognized as the original inventor of MRC?
    >> Cromwell !!DC+e7do8O+I 01/08/09(Thu)02:06:55 No.2690497
    >>2690452

    Communism didn't have autolabor facilities. Communism isn't applicable to a post-scarcity economy.

    Wait...I take that back....someone could TRY to apply communism to a post-scarcity economy, just like the boneheads that write books about how Kafka's works are all communist fables.

    But it would be shit wrong.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:07:08 No.2690500
    >>2690428

    Photonics if at all possible, or robotics. If possible find some way to work for Kiva before the autolabor grants start flooding in.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:08:12 No.2690506
    FutureGuy, I wish you would answer my Forbes question, my motivation as to why you can find in the post itself.

    >>2690435
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:09:02 No.2690518
    Will Pushing Daisies ever come back?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:09:44 No.2690526
    This has been bugging me a lot while reading this thread... so I'll try it.

    How many books does Neal Stephenson write, and when does he die?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:11:17 No.2690541
    Is Burzum at all known in your age OP?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:12:41 No.2690556
    >>2690506

    The reason I don't answer these is because I've answered questions before that were well known historical shit from before you were born and it turned out to be inconsistent with your recorded history. I've had my keepalive off literally two, maybe three times (I couldn't afford it for a while) so technically I'm not even the same Alex you were talking to originally and you're not the same people I started talking to when I subscribed to ETP. The big stuff stays the same but the finer details change. Specifically my wikinet says that helicopters were used to dump sand on the chernobyl fires and someone here told me it was concrete. There have been a few other minor incidents and I caught no end of shit for them, and it's not pleasant.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:12:54 No.2690561
    >>2690371
    kieran

    kjhbcftuyfcdu
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:16:02 No.2690601
    >>2690526

    He's got just over 36 years left. I'm sorry. I'm also a fan of what little I've read of his work. 6 books, by the way.

    >>2690541

    Nothing on the lunar habnet, anyway.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:16:09 No.2690602
    >>2690371
    kieran

    im sure you understand my desire for anonymity

    kjhbcftuyfcdu
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:16:25 No.2690608
    FutureGuy, in some of your threads people had mixed feelings about the progress of science, I've got my own thoughts about their criticism, here goes:

    People say your technology hasn't evolved enough in 80 years, this is what I have to say:

    Still, these days (2009) we still need and incororate basic laws and stuff invented by people 400 years ago.

    Like Newton, NOONE ever questioned him untill Einstein (with the help of Eddington) showed op with his theory of relativity. In science paterns such as logical deduction and 'trail and error' are still applied every day.

    Who says that in about 80 years someone new will have found new and alternate things to this? it took man 400 years or so to form new basic rules. If the basic rules don't change, there's a cap to technology and science.

    I can also believe that the things Futureguy says are a massive change. Making new ways of transporation possible globaly is a HUGE step forward, remember, people in africa live in huts and many people in China do to. Remember China? the next big economic power (lol, Futurguy states that China isn't going to be a big deal after all)
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)02:16:59 No.2690617
    >>2690337
    >>2690312
    Jesus fucking dicks why are you people so obsessed with yourselves and your own futures. Furthermore if you wanted to know whether or not you write any books if you are an aspiring author, it's PRETTY FUCKING LIKELY that you will, even if they suck. James Patterson writes books and that doesn't make him a worthwhile human being.

    Fuck you people are idiots.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:17:25 No.2690625
    >>2690602
    my surname can be regarded as unusual if that helps.

    Thank you so much.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:17:31 No.2690626
    >>2690601
    Six books from now, or six books total?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:18:16 No.2690634
    >>2690561

    Good, that's apparently pretty uncommon. The only result I get is a childrens author though. Dull red hair? Freckles?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:19:25 No.2690651
    >>2690634
    ....Freckles and brown/red hair.


    Holy
    Fucking
    Shit
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:19:51 No.2690657
    >>2690601

    No Burzum? It's that censored, or even worse, there is no interest, even the shallow - seeing as, if I understand correctly, everything norse is fetishized? The future is sad.
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)02:20:00 No.2690660
    ITC we treat astroboy like a fucking crystal ball
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:21:04 No.2690673
    >>2690651

    This. This post a million times.

    My god, fellow anon. My god.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:22:11 No.2690686
    >>2690556
    Then I for one dread the day you connect, someone asks how Siane is, and you say "Who's Siane?"

    Fucking hell that would make me sad.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:22:43 No.2690695
    >>2690626

    From 2009 until 2045.

    >>2690608

    Yes I saw this in the last thread, I don't really know what I'm supposed to say to it. China transitions to autolabor like everyone else so the question of who is a "big deal" or a "super power" is more about who got a headstart on autolabor and who has access to the most natural resources. The sort of severe economic inequity you're thinking of just doesn't exist. We can argue comparative quality of life but that's a bit subjective.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:22:53 No.2690696
    If I may be so bold as to ask, who are your heroes in 2096? Who do you personally idolize?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:23:48 No.2690705
    >>2690651
    Just want to say to everyone that I am in no way trolling, lying or in league with Futureguy. I have lurked for 3 years so far and this isthe first time I have believed anything on here.

    This is fucking incredible.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:24:15 No.2690711
    I didn't see your past threads, so I wonder, what, with this slow connection of yours, are you doing online for so long? Just 4chan?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:26:04 No.2690731
    >>2690695

    I was actually more referring to the evolution of science and the so-called cap there is to having science-laws. ergo: why people shouldn't bullshit about science not having evolved enough over that course of 80 yeras.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:29:05 No.2690758
    >>2690651

    Congrats, you wrote "Pure of heart", "The blind girl's bullfrog" and "If You are Shy". The frog one is a popup book apparently. You have one kid, adopted, with Colleen bradshaw who is your second wife.

    Also way to misuse an apostrophe right in the title and still get it published pastbro.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:29:09 No.2690759
    >>2690695
    How does music evolve over the next few decades? Will there be an increasing sub-division of existing genres or new ones, on new instruments?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:31:19 No.2690778
    Let me preface this by saying that I am inclined to believe Future. However, thought experiments are necessary.

    1). We do not know for certain that the "successes" of Future are actually the same person, posting from two different browsers/computers or just replacing tripcode each time.
    2). Even if we assume Future is telling the truth, we have no certainty that he is infallible - he himself has admitted that there are inconsistencies with our respective timelines, and that leads to other paradoxes that I would rather not get into at this time.

    However, like I said, I am very much inclined to believe him, because I truly believe things like this can occur. I'm just posting the skeptics' points so that they don't have to blabber them over intellectual discussion.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:31:31 No.2690783
    >>2690696

    Anyone in the golden hall, I guess.

    >>2690711

    Entanglement posting is really, really low bandwidth. I'm running six streams right now because I like to be able to download images in under ten minutes and I can spare the money at the moment....more or less.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:32:18 No.2690789
    >>2690758
    Tell me, what was my first wife's name? Did it begin with R?

    Also, divorce or death?

    Sorry about the questions but....holy shit
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:33:51 No.2690801
    >>2690783
    Well what? You don't have any famous physicists or whatever worth mentioning? Does nobody remember Feynman?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:35:02 No.2690810
    >>2690759

    Well I mentioned the mainstream genres, but also everything is in synchro. I don't even have any stereo or surround tracks left, I cleaned them out.

    Synchro tracks have individual audio tracks for every instrument. They are distributed over your home net and stored on whatever devices are lying around that can play music. Then when you hit play it averages the volume, syncs up the tracks and they all play together to form the complete song. By moving around the room or even just turning your head you can really isolate and enjoy individual instrumentals/vocals and it feels like you're being enveloped by the song, if that makes sense.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:35:35 No.2690816
    >>2690783

    What's with this image hoarding? ;)
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:36:59 No.2690829
    >>2690789
    As a new spectaor, I wonder if he'll give a moment of kindness for this naive anon
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:38:58 No.2690850
    >>2690801

    Yeah, I've been to his monument. *In the golden hall*. That's generally where you wind up when you die or you're ready to hop in a tube, assuming you're an accomplished scientist or artist/author/etc, one of the noble pursuits anyway. The cold sleep tube is built right into the monument and they do up a bust in advance. When you're ready, it's a realtime event that plays on all panels for about an hour regardless of what anyone was watching. It's a hassle but you're kind of obligated to shut up and pay your respects and it's the greatest honor any scientist, or anyone period, can recieve.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:39:11 No.2690854
    >>2690829

    Yeah, I see it kind of strange everybody is playing along - was he exposed in a previous thread?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:39:20 No.2690856
    >>2690829
    he got my haircolour right, plus I have been thinking about writing childrens books since I was about 10. I seriously think this is the real deal.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:40:06 No.2690865
    >>2690789

    I don't know, I got it off the book entry. It has a smarmy looking photo of you with "About the author" under it and I've shared pretty much everything of note.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:40:54 No.2690872
    >>2690850
    Oh, sweet. I'd like to be entombed in a giant gold monument someday. Too bad I'm about 20 IQ points and 50 years short.
    >>2690854
    So far, nobody's been able to expose any real inconsistencies...it's kinda creepy.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:41:24 No.2690875
    >>2690865
    Ok....I hope she's the one, that's all, even if it doesn't work out.
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/08/09(Thu)02:42:23 No.2690890
    Out of all the Cohabs in the world, are there any with consitutions/laws that promote freedom of information? That would be my biggest complaint, that you could never escape big government without escaping civilization. I'm an intensely private person, and much as I like google, if it was watching me shower every day I'd have some complaints.
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/08/09(Thu)02:44:22 No.2690903
    >>2690890
    Also privacy, and constitution is misspelled. Should have proofread that.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:45:17 No.2690915
    >>2690890

    Well work for the government and live in a state cohab. Allegedly the apartments in state habs are dead zones, it's one of the luxuries. Or the cities in the northern reaches, if you're wealthy enough for compound share attribution so you can balance out the extra expense.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:48:17 No.2690945
    Has Siane's dad warmed up to you any more, or is he still begrudgingly accepting you and hoping his daughter "comes to her senses"?
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)02:48:31 No.2690949
    >>2690915
    Sounds like a nation of bread and circuses to me.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:48:44 No.2690950
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    >>2686290
    Latest XKCD.
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/08/09(Thu)02:48:50 No.2690951
    >>2690915
    How long do you plan to keep posting to this time each of our nights?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:49:02 No.2690953
    >>2690651
    oh shit. sorry to beg for a camwhore sesh, but post pics.
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/08/09(Thu)02:52:07 No.2690990
    Does any kind of "new world order" or "illuminati" emerge?
    Is there still a big gap between rich / poor?
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/08/09(Thu)02:52:55 No.2690994
    Can you elaborate on how your energy storage works?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:53:14 No.2690996
    >>2690945

    He's a brick wall in person. He's actually been absurdly generous, I keep finding apps I need for work paid for on his account, regged to my name, stuff like that. Like he's paying very close attention to me and wants things to go well for me but when I'm over for dinner he's grim as fuck and even if it weren't wildly inappropriate to try, I doubt I could make him crack a smile or laugh.

    It's shitty because I want to thank him for the little pushes he's given me here and there but the last (and only) time I did that he just sort of let out a disgusted sigh and went back to his meal like thanking him was some kind of faux pas.

    I'm doing my best but I can't magically become a lunaran, and I don't feel like 'taking a stroll outside', probably the only two things I could do that would make him happy.
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)02:53:15 No.2690997
    So one thing that nobody seems to really wonder about...what about biodiversity? I mean it's all well and good that you (apparently) live in a giant space dome or whatever but the prospect of not being able to chill outside or enjoy more than 3 different kinds of plants and animals is a lonesome one. Not that I'd make it to the future probably.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:53:50 No.2691003
    >>2690953
    This is going to make it sound fake but no. I've already posted my location, first name, interests and slight indicator of last name.

    Seriously, I've lurked for 3 years - I know exactly what can happen to non-anons, and there's always a chance of g00ns lurking in the woodwork. Also, I have waaaaaaaaaay too much to lose if exposed.

    This is the furthest from anonymity, as someone who uses TOR and Privoxy, that you are going to get me. Sorry.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:56:51 No.2691030
    >>2690994

    Sure, it's basically stacked ceramic plates with some kind of rare metal powder coated between them, that's what I remember off the top of my head. They charge almost instantly which I guess is the part that's relevant to you.
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:58:52 No.2691056
    >>2690997

    The rapid warming effect was fantastic for biodiversity. Especially for bugs. Bugs the size of bev cans that love to get cool in your coldsuit if you're on a trip and you leave it on overnight like an invalid. That is not a mistake you'll make twice.
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/08/09(Thu)02:59:28 No.2691061
    >>2690953
    This is my official gamble that no one I know is a gentleman.
    For reference as a child my hair was much lighter, the back of my head was even blond. My father was the same way, and now has a sort of light brown colored hair.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)02:59:38 No.2691063
    >>2690996
    I wonder if Siane knows anything you could do to show your thanks, or knows if there's any sort of social stigma against what you've already tried doing.

    I'm sure you'll get through to him eventually, because it would just be depressing if he acted like a brick wall to you forever.

    How about her mom, did you get a chance to apologize for when you interrupted her? Does she (seem) to like you?
    >> Future !GUYX/6jp3w 01/08/09(Thu)02:59:46 No.2691065
    Fuck, session's up. Don't let that stop you. See you on the 8th at 6pm or maybe later...?

    I hope to see more drawings!
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/08/09(Thu)03:00:03 No.2691067
         File :1231401603.jpg-(31 KB, 640x480, hcut.jpg)
    >>2691061
    forgot the pic lol
    >> J !EM5exyYJvA 01/08/09(Thu)03:02:03 No.2691086
    Thanks. Later.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:06:06 No.2691122
    >>2691065
    thank you, dude.


    Just wow.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:07:33 No.2691138
    >>2691067
    Ok Gage, you are not me. That is not me.

    I'm the anon who will apparently wirte kids books, not you.
    >> !hEpdoZ.tHU 01/08/09(Thu)03:09:00 No.2691153
    >>2691138
    for future reference, my trip is
    >> V I P★SUPERSTAR !ULQ2cmaLKU 01/08/09(Thu)03:09:26 No.2691157
    >>2691056
    How romantic.

    >>2691067
    You look like John Travolta meets Elephant Man. To put it bluntly, I mean.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:10:55 No.2691168
    >>2691138
    how the fuck does it feel to know what your future holds for you?
    i mean seriously, wtf.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:16:20 No.2691220
    Okay.

    Noteable artists of post-war america. Names, and ages. Early to mid century.

    Please. You could very well be telling me if my studies are worth it or not.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:16:38 No.2691226
    >>2691138
    yeah I was looking for kiddie books, but okay
    >> Zoot !hEpdoZ.tHU 01/08/09(Thu)03:18:16 No.2691244
    Fine, I'm now a tripfag. After 3 years of anon lurking.

    You can all call me Zoot.
    >> Gage !iHb3Rggjo. 01/08/09(Thu)03:20:29 No.2691269
    >>2691138
    Not claiming to be you. In the last thread he told me I'd be the financial manager for the Secular Coalition of America. In this thread I challenged him to produce some hard data. For verification purposes I adopted a trip.
    >>2691157
    It's a horrible picture, that's why it's on 4chan. It's the picture in my possession that, would someone who knew me irl be surfing, they would be least likely to recognize me. That being said I am NOT a very pretty guy.

    This'll be the last post I make with this trip.
    It's been fun.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:21:10 No.2691277
    how are you going to write a good story and give it an appropriate title if you already know all your good books titles in advance?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:22:28 No.2691293
    >>2691244
    Now you just need an AIM address, and the process will be complete.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:31:12 No.2691408
    Video game question:

    What's BioShock 2 about?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:36:28 No.2691470
    Went away for an hour, refreshed the thread and then
    >>2690810
    Holy shit when did that become popular? I'm in the early stages of an academic research project in positional audio for music purposes, and your answer could very well determine if I dump another two thousand dollars of my own money into my detection rig and sound system.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:37:56 No.2691479
    Hey futuredude, does the US ever adopt the metric system? Does some other system of measurement develop between now and your time?
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)03:39:40 No.2691497
    >>2691470 here
    Serves me right for not reading the rest of the thread before mashing reply like a retard. I guess I'll hope to catch the next thread he posts in.
    >> Anonymous 01/08/09(Thu)05:28:09 No.2692634
    >>2686335
    Have you recently seen the dude up close in personal?

    If I was the castro brothers, i would keep it a secret for as long as I could


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