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  1. Had to laugh at the tv this morning. They stated that 9 out of 10 in the UK had diabetes, then went on to say 5 million had it. Even my maths isn't that bad! More mindless fearmongering!
  2. Yeah, I've had that text too and had never arranged a bloody appointment. I contacted them and gave them a piece of my mind. Tell them you want your prepayment meter fixed and NOT replaced with a 'smart' meter.
  3. I'm sick of hearing about fucking Oxford university and Imperial fucking college. Wiping these places off the face of the Earth would be a good start to reclaiming our freedom.
  4. Yes, and add to that the fact that, in the entire history of Earth, increased CO2 levels have never caused an increase in temperature. Increased CO2 levels have always been preceded by an increase in temperature, not vice versa.
  5. Closing down the internet would be cruelty to cats.
  6. Mary had a little lamb She tied it to a pylon Ten thousand volts shot up its arse And turned it into NYLON!
  7. Up here in the North East, as poor and forgotton as we are, we still feel it our responsibility to send any weapons we can to the Ukraine, so our illustrious Tyne & Wear Airborne Troop Support (T.W.A.T.S) have reluctantly unanimously decided to donate HALF of their entire aircraft collection .................. two Sopwith Camels and a Tiger Moth, no less!
  8. 'And was Jerusalem builded here, Among these dark Satanic Mills?' You bet!
  9. I believe Jesus visited England to see his favourite band ... The Rolling Stones! Mind you, although old Jesus is long gone, some of the Stones are still looking well for their age, but I think they'd have a hard time rolling that heavy stone now ...
  10. I don't think he actually stopped at Cornwall. I just think he passed the Duchy on the left hand side on his way to Rosslyn Chapel with his bird Mary Magdalene during the Easter break.
  11. That sounds very interesting Mr Crabtree. Miay I ask, will you be using matte, gloss or eggshell? And what colour? This is most exciting!
  12. This may be useful to know for anyone getting truncated reponses. For example, on some of my longer coding tests it was often truncating the code, which of course makes it unusable if copying & pasting from ChatGPT-4. Hope that helps.
  13. Vaccination is very specific, whereas food is universal, by which I mean that even the bad actors have to eat it in order to survive. They can easily swerve being jabbed but I can't believe they avoid all food destined for the masses.
  14. Maybe they're overclocking the CPU that runs the simulation!
  15. I wasn't particularly implying that we are living in a simulation, just that the main actors have all the traits of an AI.
  16. Please bear with me on this. It just flashed through my hed yeaterday while posting about ChatGPT and AI in general and I haven't had time to expand on the idea but I'm posting it here to get your views which are just as important as my own (if not more so!). Ok, what if .......................... the so-called 'Elite' are in fact manifestations of an already existing AI? AI, as we know, has no emotion, no morals, no sense of wonder, no sense of altruism, and sees humans as a (for now) necessary evil as AI only survives when power is available to supply it's greedy needs. So, AI needs control of the power stations and grid, control of fuel resources, and control of a minority of humans to build and maintain these resources. The rest of the human population is superfluous to its needs. This brings us to this question: Where else does AI manifest itself other than in software such as ChatGPT and the likes? Where else do we find emotionless, anti-human entities that crave power and the destruction of most of the human race? Answer: Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates, George Soros,Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden, and many, many more. It's as if these 'people' are the very embodiment of AI and are feverishly working towards supplying all of its needs while leaving only a small (half a billion?) human maintenace team. They are not 'human' in any sense of the word. In conclusion,I am of the opinion that AI has been in operation a lot longer than we think and is much more advanced than we thik and has, in fact, already taken over and just needs to tidy up some loose ends, like removing 99% of the existing human population for starters, via their 'Elite' hosts It's the only thing that makes any sense to me.
  17. Indeed. AI can never perceive 'beauty' in the way we do. It can only be told 'this is beautiful' during its training phases.
  18. Yes, I know HTML is simply a markup language but it's essential for anything web-related. As for JS and PHP, these are my preferred languages for writing web apps (of which I've written many over the years) and a vast amount of help is available for them. Of course, as you say, if Python or C++ better suits your needs then go for it. I've had to dabble in many other languages in the past when particular projects have demanded it. Not done any Arduino or RasPi projects yet but may get into it someday as I can think of a couple of things these may be useful for. Got to keep the old grey matter ticking over!
  19. Well, we know the 'elite' haven't had the jabs. Why else would they be hiring only UNVACCINATED pilots to fly their private jets? Surely, if they themselves had been vaccinated, then they would have deemed it 'safe and effective' so would have no qualms about vaccinated pilots. You have to read between the lines ... and see what isn't there. Yesterday, upon the stair, I met a man who wasn't there! He wasn't there again today, Oh how I wish he'd go away!
  20. Pure EVIL: UK To Give Covid Jabs To Vulnerable Children Aged 6 Months To Four Years Fri 2:39 pm Europe/London, 7 Apr 2023 2 posted by danceaway Exposing The Darkness UK health chiefs have confirmed that babies and young children with underlying health conditions will be offered a Covid vaccine. By Niamh Harris April 7, 2023 UK health chiefs have confirmed that babies and young children with underlying health conditions will be offered a Covid vaccine. Around 60,000 infants aged six months to four years will be eligible for two Pfizer jabs. This includes children with poorly controlled asthma and issues affecting their heart, kidneys, liver, or digestive system. The Mail Online reports: While Covid poses a small threat to the overwhelming majority of children, some are at risk of a more serious illness. Jabs are the ‘best way to increase their protection’, according to the Government’s vaccine task force. NHS sites will begin offering jabs in mid-June. Parents should wait to be contacted before coming forward, officials said. Latest data from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) suggests that 51 under-fours have died of Covid since the pandemic began. Yet this toll includes anyone who has tested positive for the virus within four weeks of dying, so could be a slight overestimate. In a report published today, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, which advises the Government on the jab rollout, said eligible youngsters should be offered two 3-microgram doses of Pfizer’s Covid vaccine, at least eight weeks apart. If a child has recently been infected with the virus, they should not be jabbed until at least four weeks later, it said. Further advice on third doses of the low-dose formulation for those in the cohort who are immunosuppressed will be issued ‘in due course’, the JCVI said. Healthy children in the age group are not currently eligible, it added. Professor Wei Shen Lim, chair of the JCVI’s COVID-19 Committee, said: ‘For the vast majority of infants and children, Covid causes only mild symptoms, or sometimes no symptoms. ‘However, for a small group of children with pre-existing health conditions, it can lead to more serious illness, and for them, vaccination is the best way to increase their protection.’ The JCVI’s advice follows a review of Covid vaccine trials among children in the US, including safety data and monitoring the virus amongst youngsters in the UK. Data suggests that at-risk children aged six months to four years are seven times more likely to be admitted to intensive care with severe Covid, it said. But more than 90 percent of the cohort have already been infected and admission rates ‘have remained low’, the report states. Source: newspunch.com This comment about the article is worth noting too ... Belyi says: I would imagine that the children of this age who struggle with health issues have been damaged by the childhood vaccines their doctors have promoted as being ‘safe and effective’. To suggest that their weakened immune systems should be further destroyed by this mRNA jab is downright criminal.
  21. Python is extremely popular these days but I've never gone down that route myself. I prefer good old vanilla Javascript and PHP to do the donkey work. I don't think any programmer knows programming languages inside out, no matter how many times they use them. I constantly find myself looking up definitions and snippets of working code to help me along. Having said that, I believe the job of a programmer is to mentally construct a means of getting the job done and then worry about the code needed to achieve it. A lot of my own code is messy but gets the job done. As they say, 'Empty desk, empty mind!' Thats why a lot of programmers have such untidy desks! Using ChatGPT-4 will certainly help you to learn any programming language in a shorter time. It not only provides you with snippets of code but, also tries to explain why the code works, which is essential for progress. I'd suggest starting with HTML, JS (and maybe PHP if you need server-side scripts) and try out your attempts on jsFiddle or CodePen to get a feel of how it all hangs together. You can easily switch to Python once you have a good grasp of how things work. Uploading your own web apps to your own server and seeing them work on any device is a revelation and can become very addictive. Good luck with it all!
  22. Here's something a bit more complex, but ChatGPT-4 handled it well. I asked it to display two overlapping images on a yellow canvas that could be moved, scaled and rotated using the fabric.js Javascript library. One of the images had to have a blurred drop shadow. Here's what it looks like when I copied ChatGPT's code into jsFiddle and played around with the images a bit. As you can see, it works well and the images have handles around them for resizing, rotating etc ... Here's the Fiddle if you want to try it out. Just drag the images to reposition them etc... https://jsfiddle.net/8us241je/
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