Re: Likelihood of being caught
Many criminal don't know how to calculate the return on investment and if you're a junkie do you even care, although I suspect it is not junkies flying these drones.
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Do you really want the CEO of your company smoking weed, dropping acid and taking ambien.
I admit to not knowing if any of this is true but in this case where there is smoke there maybe other problems.
If you don't care about the future of his companies then it should be fine. I am not sure why you want to equate this with Jazz and associating with Negroes, both of which shouldn't have any affect on you ability to manage.
It looks like copy write extends for over 100 years now, this has not always been the case though and for some reason patents are only good for 20 years. I agree that this is not Neil Youngs fault but it does beg the question whether a song should be copy written for 100 years seeing it wasn't always so. I suspect this is another law that was put in place by someone in the industry as opposed to a popular consensus.
We have all been eating hybridized food for hundreds of 100s of years and we all die in the end. If you think about it, if GMO food is a concern then so are all pharmaceuticals, alcohol, sugar in excess, water and any other thing you ingest. If you worry about the consequences of all these things then doesn't life get more difficult then it should? I am not saying you shouldn't pay attention to what you eat but worrying about GMO food is mostly a problem for people without real problems.
The data is presumably going to journalist who can then tell you how badly Tesla is doing. There is a large contingent of people betting against Tesla stock which by most measures is considerably overvalued, some of these people want to give the stock a larger push in the down direction. It is one thing to publish true information but being inside and making up stuff or leaving out the details is just more fake news, thats the kind of news none of us need but it is the kind of news that grabs eyeballs.
Having said all that I can't help but wonder if Elon is overstating his case as he habitually does.
I suspect this is the same as climbing Everest, because it is there. In this case buying this stuff is much easier then climbing Everest so you can be the first on your block to tell your lights to turn off. There are some people who also do need the technology but they are probably not the ones who will typically buy it.
Smarter people are more secretive? Smarter people have more to hide? Smarter people are more paranoid? There are a number of take aways from this and of course as someone else pointed out if you arrange the data correctly you can prove just about anything, also known as P-haking if I am not mistaken.
That loan has to be backed with other assets I don't think Schwab lets you buy on margin if you have no assets with them. I don't know what the credit card agreement states but I would be surprised if you can buy stock with a credit card and if a credit card company lets you buy bitcoin with credit then they are crazy.
A thought, to be human maybe to have the wrong answer some of the time. Having the wrong answer may lead to more thought that could lead to more insight? Of course having the right answer won't always lead to someone accepting your truth and of course if you always believe what you hear then you are often mislead.
Ever have a car, most people have had to replace their car battery, while it is not exactly the same it still has a limited life, about 3 to 4 years depending on usage and temperature. like a car battery when it is cold and old and you apply a heavy load the voltage drops and the phone no longer behaves as it should.
Chaos has been modeled and this is can be done because most of what we think of as Chaotic has patterns in it. We can in fact make random numbers but neither of these help us produce a system that is aware or one that can create novel ideas. The true AI will probably spend all it's time contemplating it's self. Having said that the true danger is artificial idiots as these machine will do as they are told which is fine as long as the programmer is a nice guy but will be a problem when the programmer says they should be killing machines as these machines will never question there actions or have any reason to. There is reason to fear machines that don't think.
Do it the old fashion way, shut up, figure it out and don't tell anyone you can get in. Why are there so many idiots in positions of power.
Of course it is possible some of them have figured it out and then they let the idiots provide a smoke screen to make it look like they can't get in, but now I am starting to assume what you see is not what you get and that is usually wrong.
As a pilot you have to trust your instrumentation because the head can easily be fooled by what it feels to be true. So when some of your instruments are lying to you and others are telling the truth as what I read happened in this flight, things can get very dicey. Look at all the test pilots that have been killed, it is not because they are dumb, or don't have experience, it is because if you get in enough bad situations the odds are that one of them will get you. Could a different pilot, co-pilot have gotten out of this, possibly. If they had never practiced stall recovery that would be bad but I have a hard time believing that without knowing the source of this information.
The beauty of language is it is vague, which is why it is very hard to determine very precisely what anything is without a bunch of numbers, although it is difficult to impossible to put any emotional word into numbers. When you read a book you can often make your own beautiful vision of the words but when someone else puts the words into pictures it may no longer resonant with you. I can say you without know anything about you, can a computer ever grasp you as a person, if you're like me anyway I have a pretty good idea of you.
Typically the things you mentioned are not free but are paid for by anyone who pays taxes.
It is an interesting idea that the government provide you with secure communication i.e. they would be more then happy to do this if you let them have a back door. Is that the security you are looking for?
To make security that is very hard to break requires much effort and is not something most governments seem to be interested in now. It is a somewhat like securing your house ideally it wouldn't be necessary but depending on how secure you want it to be it can cost little to thousands of dollars.
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