It doesn't matter, though, because we're all gonna die like the dinosaurs, any minute!
Scott Manley -- Asteroid Discovery From 1980 - 2010Song is Trifonic by Transginic (or vice versa)
Update 11/13/10: broken video fixed
I'm not a donk, I've been around for awhile
In total, these twelve bots won $74,439 in ring games. These accounts also won $6,305 in VIP Freerolls that were likely played by human players, not bots. In addition they collected $152,406 in various VIP Club rewards such as VIP Stellar Rewards, Milestone Cash Credits and VIP Reward Bonuses.Apparently just short-stacking nit-bots (8% VPIP), nothing too exciting. Although the rep on the PokerCast two weeks back said they've detected bots of all sorts at all levels, I'm still staying away from the SS tables as best I can.
The design of the brain is in the genome. The human genome has three billion base pairs or six billion bits, which is about 800 million bytes before compression, he says. Eliminating redundancies and applying loss-less compression, that information can be compressed into about 50 million bytes, according to Kurzweil.
About half of that is the brain, which comes down to 25 million bytes, or a million lines of code.
One of the many ways that golf boggles the mind is how you can be both so bad at it and so good. Golf will allow moments of grace, like the 5-iron that rolls to two feet or the 40-foot putt that finds the cup. For that brief, shining moment, you hit a shot as well as a human being possibly could. You will never wrongfoot an NBA defender, you will never turn on a 95 mph fastball—but on the golf course, you can occasionally equal the best in the game. Right?
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I found myself staring a moment too long
at its fine woven pattern of wool.
Mathematic and tight though I knew it to be,
in this light it swarmed, random and cruel.