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I guess speed is fine enough to keep the thread afloat for considerable time.

Let's play some Minecraft on our /int/ server:
hub.dev-urandom.eu:25565 (version: [current version here])

Wiki with more information: http://dev-urandom.eu/doku.php/
Overview map: http://map.dev-urandom.eu/map/
IRC: irc.dev-urandom.eu - channels: #chat (ingame chat), #int
Pirate-friendly client: http://mc.dev-urandom.eu/MC_Open_Launcher-1.1.1.jar

Basic commands:
/spawn - Teleports you to the spawn.
/home - Teleports you to your home (set with /sethome or by sleeping in a bed).

Don't grief and don't be an asshole (obviously). Basically, you can build anywhere, although there are some limitations. There is enough space for everyone! Don't get discouraged by the autism of the server, things will get easier for you later. Also, mods, admins and other players can help you.

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Server was updated to the 1.13.2 version.
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So how many people actually play on the server these days? I'm thinking about donloading the game and giving it a go.
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server about to die if no admin is found. see dev-urandom.eu.

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Can we have quality thread on this topic? I honestely dunno what to disscuss specifically - types of anthropomorphism, your favorite pictures, talk about theoretical anatomy and other possibilities, searching for different media with anthro animals.

I don't like all "furry" resourses where I been - not people that I want to talk with, not people who cares about interesting disscution, just some teenagers who jerk off on mediacore quality hentai pics.

Ah yes, to not harm other posters post nsfw pictures under spoilers. Hope there will be people who interested in this thematics as much, as myself. And maybe we can attract to club more new people.
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>>14774
>whereas the first is someone who got into a pretty shitty job, one meant to entertain children and the other is just a person dressing up as his sexual fetish
D-g save us
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No. 14776
>>14774
>All you're really saying here is that fashions change over time, this really bears no relevance in regards to criticizing a person's choice of outfit.
Most of fashion looks bizarre, espessialy ones that you look on historical one. A lot of fashion damaged even health and all of this was made just because current society view on what is right and what is beauty. I don't like modern fashion - it looks most times very meh. And a lot of people who follow this fashion think this too but still continue following it just because they need social approval.
Wearing something just because you want to, not society is actual step forward from this, and for you he looks wierd just because social disaproval, not his actual look, since as again said, a lot of mainstream fashion was way more ridiculous than that and even directly damaged health.

>Are you comparing working as a mascot to wearing a fursuit? The two really are pretty different,
Sooo different that they look same. More than that, blue wolf from hokkey team support suit was ordered in some fursuit company.
>other is just a person dressing up as his sexual fetish.

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No. 14781 Kontra
>>14776
You are going to be ashamed for this thread every time you point out for quality or whatsoever. You must know, furfaggotry is nowhere adored, and the fuck knows why ECmods didn't ban you for this thread alone.
It's upon them to let faggots be online, yet I have the right to call you a fag because the fag you are.
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No. 14782
>>14781
>You are going to be ashamed for this thread every time you point out for quality or whatsoever.
Not a single bit. This is not shitposting and not picture dumping thread, it's not porn dumping thread and not poltard thing. It is not me who answering on pretty civil explanation posts like this, continueasly calling me "faggot" and forcing there 4cancer aggresive mentality. For what you should be ashamed - it's for your current post that feels like something out of sosach.
You trying to ashame me, but it is your behaivor disgusting and inappropriate.

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I think this topic is interesting for Ernsts, considering pretty vivid discussion that happened in Today thread.
From recent news: Durov's Telegram now collaborates with secret services except Russian, because the resistance continues.
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>>14166
In that case you will need a bunch of linear algebra as background. Well, maybe not "need", but... okay story time:

Back in the olden days nobody had figured out the "correct" way to render 3D graphics and a bunch of different approaches were flying around. From raytracing used by Pixar, to portal based ray marching used by Id for Wolfenstein and Doom to voxel rendering, curved surface building, distance fields, infinite planes and so forth.
But there was one aproach that was in its nature stricly tied to a well known field of math and that was the polygon based rasterizer. In effect every single computation could be expressed through a single vector operation and vectors were something that was well understood.
Note here that a vector is not (x, y, z) etc, a vector is an element of a vector space and you need the definition of a vector space to know what a vector is. For example: Three real numbers are a vector in R^3, but a 3x3 matrix is also a vector in the vector space over 3x3 matrices. In fact, functions (as you know them from calculus) are vectors. And the set of all possible concatenations of functions is again a vector space where a vector consists of concatenations of functions.

To understand why everything in 3D graphics today is a vector operation is to understand that the approach lends itself very well to abstraction. And if you can abstract things enough such that almost every entity in your calculation can be treated as a vector, you can separate the computation of almost everything from each other, allowing a hyperparallel approach. And that is the point where polygonal rasterizers turned out to be the winner over all other techniques, at least for real time computation.

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𝕲𝖔𝖙𝖙 𝕾𝖙𝖗𝖆𝖋𝖊 𝕷𝖆𝖇𝖁𝖎𝖊𝖜
Er Strafe es.
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No. 14767
https://hackaday.io/project/3680-exembler
Can any Hungary poster translate the file of this project? This Excel file seems to be a computer simulator.
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No. 14773
>>14767
It has a dedicated Hungarian to English tab by the looks of it. (Under "Language_tab")
The commands themselves are in the sheet called "Utasításkészlet" or "Set of Commands"

Honestly, I have no idea otherwise what this is, and what is its function.

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What are your favorite conspiracy theories?

1. The earth is flat
2. 9/11
3. Chemtrails
4. Aids doesn't exist
5. Dave Chappelle is a clone

"But it's all true" incomming
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>>14662
Aaaaand any proof that this is Armstrong moon footage and not just some guy's sophomore year film project?

Fuck I can't even find the original of this anymore
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-TkSDKsO0s

There was also the infamous Heliofant's I, Pet Goat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzPpDDB46lo
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>>14662
The video appears in this 2004 documentary
Planeta Encantado 12 - MIRLO ROJO
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ncmT_gJFlU
Produced by ufologist JJ Benítez
https://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._J._Benítez

A breakdown of the moon footage here:
https://www.gabehash.com/video-inedito-bases-extraterrestres-en-la-luna-17-de-enero-2014-explicacion/
The page is in spanish, but links to an english language video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zZnyySVSu8
The author claims that an animation studio made the footage, but he fails to give proofs. Given that Gabe Hash is a professional debunker he should know better than to make statements without providing evidence. The analysis he provides is interesting, though.
The belief that we have secret bases on the moon, while lacking solid evidence, isn't without some justification. The US was planning one since the 1950's.

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>>14733
The US has also had an interest in psychic warfare and using actual nuclear bomb detonations to travel to the stars, and the Soviets have wanted to land on the moon too. Doesn't mean any of that has actually happened yet
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Prometheus
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Orion_(nuclear_propulsion)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Daedalus
Also what is it with South Americans and their obsession with ayys? A lot of these stupid UFO cults like Ashtar are also really big with them.
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>>14748
>Doesn't mean any of that has actually happened yet
I know; I just meant that the military likes to make big plans. Combine that with an unaccountable budget, and their habit of building secret things and, well, here we are.
>Project Daedalus
Starship engines powered by lasers we fire at helium our robots have mined on Jupiter? I was born to soon.
>South Americans and their obsession with ayys
A lot of UFO (or, UAP) videos come out of South America, but I had never thought about why until now. Maybe their unique desert and mountain climates produce more unidentified aerial phenomenon.

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What is Ernst currently reading?

Also further planning of the EC reading group.
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No. 14741
What are the best European, preferably French, comics/graphic novels?

I've got an archive on mega.nz from a thread on the old Ernstchan, but I don't like any of it. The artwork is usually cringy and bad, half the stories are about Nazi mysticism, and the other half are boring or cringy fantasy.
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>>14741
You could try browsing through libgen, it has a comics section. I think your main issue is going to be finding ''translated'' comics, since unlike japshit there's no huge mass of retards to machine translate all the comics.
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>>14743
Thanks for the suggestion.
I'm learning French, and can already read it quite well, which is why I'm looking for French comics. If I was reading for pure pleasure I'd just go find a good manga, the Japs are better writers in general IMO.
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>>14744
Goodreads has comic lists in different languages. Maybe just look at one of those and download the comics that look decent off libgen.

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In previous was.. not very much interest in science exept history, so from now it just history thread.
Previous thread systemcontra but before it died, you may read interesting things here (I think it will not be archived, so hurry!):
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>>14587
Generally planes won't be operating in rough weather anyway, they will be stowed inside or maybe lashed to the deck.

Not him by the way.
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>>14589
>they will be stowed inside
i see. i was wondering whether all aircraft would take off and rise up to a high altitude not affected by storm.

found some footage of cruise ships struggling with angry sea:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31cZdeVnV-0
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>>13668
So, this "empire" was very unstable state? How much actually it controled it's territory, or it is was just guy placed in capital by french troops, and it has not real power, only some kind of control in areas with loyal to this emperor troops and french army? Since Hispanics was generaly pro-union it sounds that majority of mexicans hated this new emperor, which is kind of obvious, but still.

>They had neither the organisation or the support for it and so their impact on the Civil War was minimal.
It be interesting if they have, since if so, it'd mean that France entered this war and it is not more civil. Hovever, it is not history questions about "what if"
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>>14718
Louis-Napoleon was actually quite enthusiastic about intervening in favor of the Confederacy. But France at this time was Britain's bitch sidekick, and the British elite were smart enough to stay out of the war even if most of them were sympathetic to the Confederacy (especially Palmerston).

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Why didn't we have this one yet?
Well, post what you're cooking/eating, discuss food and its culture in general and we may talk about diets as well if you want to.

I'm not a big cook myself but once in a blue moon I like to do it if the process is not too hard or needs too much time. I think the last time I actually cooked something was a south-western inspired casserole, it was extremely fatty because of the massive amount of molten cheese and I felt bad after eating it.
Today I found some older frozen asian vegetables in my freezer and cooked them together with some frozen sugar bean pods and some curry powder, I never thought cooked vegetables without any meat or carbs could taste so well.
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>>14539
>Nespresso
I used to drink those "coins" at work. I my journey started with the pale brown -> dark drown -> pale green -> dark green, I used to drink them all with milk and sugar because back then I did not stand the taste of coffee. Then I discovered French press, and I started with those 0.25kg whole bean packs from starbucks. I was madly in love with the Guatemala and Verona blends, but those were expensive (EUR 8/0.25kg) so I switched to dark Yemeni roast from a very old shop with garden rosemary added to it by a friend of mine, then this friend moved to Germany and I switched to a local franchise that sells coffee for EUR 2/0.25kg and tastes like anus, but it does the trick. I also tried Caribou, a slightly cheaper (EUR 6/0.25kg) variant than starbucks and it I liked it.

>How long do you let it draw usually? I find black tea is often too bitter for me, especially if left to draw for too long. I only was able to drink it recently as I started adding milk
I instantly drink it after pouring it from the kettle, but I usually let it boil for around 2-5 minutes, depending on the mood that I'm in.

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>>14535
Matcha is a nice flavoring for other foods, but as tea it's just meh. If you've ever had green tea flavored ice cream, pastries, etc., just take that flavor and put it in water without any sugar.

Normal green tea is better.
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Meal for today is curry rice. Simple and cheap. Rice with a mix of gravy and keen's mixed in. That is literally it and it tastes good man. Perfect derro food.
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Yesterday I had lentil soup with croutons, stir fried vegetables and a seared entrecote that I actually fried by mistake. It was very good.

Today's mean is a mystery, but probably it's going to be the same, or I might be eating in a restaurant because I am seeing a friend of mine who moved to Ireland...and I have no money for that hohohihihahaplskillme.

I am looking for other easy recipes for stir fry vegetables. I improvised and added a hint of BBQ sauce to the mix and it actually turned out great, added sweet chili sauce but I think I added it incorrectly because it did fuck all.

fucking work proxy. I am not posting from England!

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What is the Ernst opinion on this man?
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>>14650
Send me an email: crt@airmail.cc
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>>14618
Here is part of Ted's take on the matter:

(a) It’s true that in many societies the extended family, the clan, or the
village could be very confining. The paterfamilias (the “old man” who headed
the extended family), or the council of village elders, kept people on a leash.
But when the paterfamilias and the village elders lost their grip on the leash
as a result of modernization, it was picked up by “the system,” which now
holds it much more tightly than the old-timers ever did.
The family or the village was small enough so that individuals within it
were not powerless. Even where all authority was theoretically vested in the
paterfamilias, in practice he could not retain his power unless he listened
and responded to the grievances and problems of the individual members
of his family.[7]
Today, however, we are at the mercy of organizations, such as

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>>14684
The problem is that he contradicts himself by concluding that
>it will be a world
in which such a thing as freedom will at least be possible, even though
everyone might not have it.

If we apply the same logic to the social structure that he is arguing against, we end up with the same conclusion. If you've got power, you've got freedom. Even if everybody doesn't have it, some do.

He also ignores the fact that the Paterfamilias was empowered by the political parties of its time, and in fact could very well retain a lot of power against the will of the governed by virtue of having undisputed right of life and death to the family under Roman law. Nor was the concept of ID alien to a primitive society, and in some cases ID did exist such as for child citizens of Rome to wear a token denoting their status so they couldn't be enslaved.

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>>14689
In his main work, he often makes a large amount of generalizations (he often acknowledges this by saying that there exists room for exceptions, but they do not change total trend).
What you read was just a letter he responded to, and not his main body of work.
I think you'd find Technological Slavery>>14636 to be an interesting read, even if just to understand an alternative point of view.

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Sometimes you may feel the urge to share a pic but you can wait for suitable context eternally.
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>>14417
>Which is better to choose?
I apologize for the confusion. I posted them both because I couldn't decide which was better. According to >>9994 the second picture (in which the monestary touches the letter E) is the better version. I would use that one. I'll re-upload it here.
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>>14420
>very slightly nsfw.
It have only like 1 picture that may cont as NSFW tbh.

>>14416
I think regular spoilers is enough. If someone posting se or erotic image - just hide in spoiler and warn others.

>>14418
Rude post.
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>>14416
I think NSFW is ok in so far as it relates to the discussion at hand, but outright porn threads don't seem like they'd fit in to the board.
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>>14628
I think we have a spoiler function for a reason. It's not hard to not be a cunt and simply use it. Also hurray mods/admin thank you for giving us hide thread function I just noticed.

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There was a couple of threads on specific thematics - about maps, about trevel for specific countries, about people's culture in different regions, so why not have united thread for everthung like this in one place? Disscus travelling of Ernst and travelling overall, show videos from exotic countries and tell others about place you live in. Interesting places and maps also allowed.
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No. 13857
>>13823
>You in contact?
my mom takes care of maintaining the connection.

>You was in Namibia multiple times?
nope. i actually want to visit them and i could probably even live there for a while. but i'm socially awkward irl, don't have gf and never met them in person. it's too much of a challenge for me.;_; at least i'm not a kissless virgin
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>>13857
You should go, i would go if i had the change and might visit South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania as well and make a nice little IWO for Ernst.
I'm a social retard as well but i guess it would be worth it.
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No. 14611
>>13857
How overall quality of life of this german people in this country? African countries of cource not very rich and not very safe. German people feels better there than averege black citizens or they live kinda same? Why they not go back to germany for better life quality?
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No. 14645
>>13858
i don't know how to smalltalk plus i have no sense of humour, so i'm afraid that after we'd br done talking about family, news and general life here and there i'd snap back into my usual mode of talking very little and being a boring, middle-aged single uncle from germany.

>>14611
i'm no expert as i never have been there, but i'd say compared with standards in germany german namibians lead generally a decent "middle class" or upper middle class life in terms of personal wealth, or they are wealthy business people. many black namibians belong to the middle class as well, but they also tend to struggle more often financially i.e. are poor.
>Why they not go back to germany for better life quality?
young namibians may come here to study. after they've graduated they may decide to not go back to namibia, because there are more and different career opportunities on offer here for them. for older südwesters it wouldn't make sense to leave, because they would have to sell their farms, close their business or quit their job. also they live there since many generations and feel themselves both as namibians and germans.