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LOL its Bcore
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Hey, maybe that's why some guys go bald. They're lapping their brain heatsink for better temps!
    
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post #23 of 33
I got lucky with a weel 30B so I should be able to sse some benefits..

A small handful of CMOS batteries tucked in my cheek isn't working though

Considering going with 9 volt--any ideas?
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i've already got liquid cooling, i need some dry ice to swallow
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post #25 of 33
Excellent article.
It great by itself, but what made it Sexcellent is the fact that is was posted HERE.

And with that Title! :dD
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Since 2003 scientists have known that warm-blooded animals on calorie-restricted diets had lower core body temperatures and could live longer lives
Lower calories = less energy = less heat = less body temperature. DUH!

The longer lives doesn't translate to the loss of calories, it's because our bodies haven't adapted in only 100 years to a richer diet. Mankind didn't become an omnivore overnight, and it won't adapt to carb/protein overload in just 100 years, too.

And sadly, natural variations that mankind once enjoyed, may be looked at as a "disease" to be "cured" (such as the P-450 enzyme adaptation of Asians and Native Americans), furthering our ability to naturally withstand diet changes.
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post #27 of 33
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And sadly, natural variations that mankind once enjoyed, may be looked at as a "disease" to be "cured" (such as the P-450 enzyme adaptation of Asians and Native Americans), furthering our ability to naturally withstand diet changes.
...And that is where modern science steps in and takes over nature's role, and starts adapting us in a much faster and more logical manner.
post #28 of 33
Problem is who are we to judge what is good or bad regarding our bodies? Eugenics is a very touchy issue, as it defies natural selection.

Then the other problem is how do we undo the mistakes?

Science is like any tool, it can create many nice things, and it can destroy it like a sledgehammer, too.
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post #29 of 33
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Problem is who are we to judge what is good or bad regarding our bodies? Eugenics is a very touchy issue, as it defies natural selection.
We're the owners of our body, and the constructors of our race. We have every right to decided how we shall change if we so decide because we're changing ourselves, and our children.

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Then the other problem is how do we undo the mistakes?
The same way we undo mistakes while overclocking... Go slow, steady, and know which jumper scrubs the whole thing and brings it back to default. Really, there isn't any other way to go about this. We can't just ignore it as we've already gone and removed a great deal of the natural order, enough that we'll start having issues soon... so we need to do something about it.

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Science is like any tool, it can create many nice things, and it can destroy it like a sledgehammer, too.
And like any other tool, understanding that it's not the tool that destroys something but the person controlling the tool is the key to understanding how and why we really do need to undertake something like this.

But though, it won't be easy. In fact, I'm certain that even if I deicate my entire life to bettering humanity in this way it wouldn't move more than an inch in the right direction. But that's why it'll be so much easier to undertake the route I've decided upon... Play on humanity's strengths until we're so massive in numbers it won't matter if we lose a few billion...

One can hope.
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We're the owners of our body, and the constructors of our race. We have every right to decided how we shall change if we so decide because we're changing ourselves, and our children.
Actually, we have no rights to do as we please, as we have a responsibility to prevent our own extinction. We also have a responsibility to not extinct other species for our wants and needs.

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The same way we undo mistakes while overclocking...
We're a biochemical machine, not silicon, plastic and metal. This machine actually, thinks.

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Go slow, steady, and know which jumper scrubs the whole thing and brings it back to default. Really, there isn't any other way to go about this.
Thing is, we can't go back. Once the genie is out of the bottle there's no return, because someone somewhere will have that mentality that they have the right to do as they please, and damn the world.

Besides, we haven't found a way to devolve things. Ever heard of paper turning back into a tree? A tire turning back into a prehistoric plant? The dead coming back to life?

Time only goes one way, forward. What's created is here to stay. There's no going back.

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We can't just ignore it as we've already gone and removed a great deal of the natural order, enough that we'll start having issues soon... so we need to do something about it.
Eugenics? Nope.

I believe in curing diseases and conditions for public health reasons, but also believe it's a choice, not societal norms that we must all be one race, have the same eye color, hair color, be 7ft tall, and 50lbs to be "cool", "hip", "special", "acceptable". That's the outcome of Eugenics didn't you know? Assembly line humans, that are but clones of some idea of what's perfect. Mankind no longer is human at that stage, he's but a freaking carbon "unit".

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And like any other tool, understanding that it's not the tool that destroys something but the person controlling the tool is the key to understanding how and why we really do need to undertake something like this.
There's many tools mankind doesn't and can't control, but those tools can kill outright (applying the "logic" of maintaining weapons doesn't apply here).

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But though, it won't be easy. In fact, I'm certain that even if I deicate my entire life to bettering humanity in this way it wouldn't move more than an inch in the right direction. But that's why it'll be so much easier to undertake the route I've decided upon... Play on humanity's strengths until we're so massive in numbers it won't matter if we lose a few billion...
Evolution is a tiring slow process, but it's as perfect a system of growing a species than anything mankind can create, bottle and drain.

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One can hope.
The only two things I'm hoping mankind will do: find a renewable fuel for space travel and the ability to terra-form. Because if mankind doesn't get off this rock, and not 100% rely on Earth to live in space, we're going to be cooked geese served to Ra.
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