“Thor is the God of War. Yet Thorium can't be used for nuclear weapons. It's a complete scam.” @giacomozucco
mindblowing new discovery in Conway's Game of Life: any buildable pattern in Life can be constructed from the collision of 15 gliders.
the key principle: distance itself can be used to encode information. by determining the correct starting [x,y] coordinate for each glider, any future state of the Life universe can be created, with effectively unbounded complexity. 🤯
@irohsint Is there a way to limit the size of media caches, and delete older stuff when that size is exceeded?
I've run into the same issue on my server.
It's better for everyone if you run my full-rbf branch, as that makes for a stronger, decentralized, set of interconnected full-rbf peers. But if you just want to use the new 'mempoolfullrbf=1' option in the upcoming v24.0 release, that's ok too.
If you want to run full-rbf, and don't have any full-rbf peers, you can connect to these nodes:
...and for testnet:
I've also made a branch of Bitcoin Core v24.0 with preferential peering, to auto-connect to full-rbf peers:
the apple studio display (which of course has an Ax chip in it and standard iOS-style secure boot/update with personalized-to-serial updates) cannot be purchased in-person with cash if you want the VESA mount. you need to provide payment card info (identity) to get the serialized device. even our monitors are trackable now.
Geothermal's Path to Relevance: Better Heat Transfer and Heat Engines
“The fracking revolution has driven a massive shift in the industry away from scientists like geologists and toward practitioners that are often engineers. … Partly this is because there is no need to "discover" shale formations since they have been known to the industry for 100+ years. And partly because the engineering-based learning model has thumped the scientist model recently.”
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