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Stardate 9157
  failsafe, May 14 2017

The year is Stardate 9157, and the entire universe has been discovered geometrically. As the explosion generated by Nashian equilibrium reverberates through the geometric universe, a new robot is created

The Luck Robot whose powerrs of introreverted Nashian equilibrium are self-sustaining. The Luck Robot is capable of transforming any material object into Good Fortune.



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Rift For Poker Players
  failsafe, Apr 17 2017

hot showers may cost us billions, is the scientific result. questions remain.

lol.

so this is a pretty funny set of rifts i ran today after meditation with my new colleague "Tiki" who is a very traditional yogi in India. I also was involving a friend of mine from Thailand, who works as a barber and does poker-related stuff.

The results were really funny to me. This Monk has previously completed a level 70 Greater Rift with more than 5 minutes remaining.

Today we struggled through some lower tier rifts despite having vastly improved the build and gear.

We got good items at the end, but the runs were just super glitchy and rough.





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Another Day[9] Question
  failsafe, Apr 14 2017

it seems the limit of x/x would be 1 as x goes to infinity.

but what if we wrote x/y and the limit of both of those to infinity. then 1?

but now x1 in n and x2 in r

finally x1/x2 are we able to do this?

cannot only in r?



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Scientifically Running Below Expectation
  failsafe, Apr 12 2017

It seems it is scientifically possible to run below expectation on "RNG" for any length of time, probably this makes perfect sense when we think about "denumerable infinities" (basically bigger infinities).

Any sample size is relatively infinitesimal...

For instance if we say that 1/infinity is "the first infinitesimal", and 8000/infinity is the "8000th infinitesimal" we could just use a denumerable infinity of a factor 8000 times larger than the (unit) infinity in the first case. then the second case would be identical to the first case.

thus we see there is a logarithmic principle with sizes of infinity as with for instance "base ten" numbers.

it seems to be the conclusion that "LOVE" is a reciporical of bad luck. so if you "LOVE" someone you are doomswitched until event X.



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Has Diablo Failed Us?
  failsafe, Apr 06 2017

So I've been practicing Zen meditation now for 7 years and have gotten to the point where nothing can die without negatively affecting me. My average day is running something like -30BB/100 as science. I've gotten so far into it with Thai masters that literally nothing can wrong in the universe without it making my life more challenging. It's impossible to turn a blind eye to anything. I've been in such bad straits for so long now that the Chinese have literally sent Shaolin to my town to instruct me in "not being so bad".

But what I've learned from this is that even if you can have a 10:1 KDA average in DotA2 and not be able to get above 800 MMR (without overdosing on drugs), real life is surprisingly easy. The last time I overdosed on drugs I did die or something and ascend into heaven and was above 800 MMR but was reset when I was res'd by the Shaolin, and am below 700 MMR again.

But living a healthy IRL is really easy. Sure to be GM in anything takes work and practice, talent and motivation, and so on. But even high Diamond league SC2 equivalent is well than more than enough to live a super healthy life.

Probably 50-100 hours of knowledge and 1000-2000 hours of practice can make us super healthy individuals with just aerobic and anaerobic training. It's ultimately cheaper and possibly easier to eat healthy, get plenty of rest, and then train for an hour or two five days a week.

Interesting almost every Starcraft player, DotA player, etc. ever has put in 50-100 hours of knowledge and 1000-2000 of practice, which would be like the equivalent of high GM in most health concerns.

So it seems like high diamond Starcraft II or DotA 2000~3000 MMR is more than enough to be a hometown high GM or national mid GM in fitness. Of course I've also done karate, and I think most people would be satisfied with a black belt, which probably does not take more than 500 hours maximum (unless you are really hardcore). I don't know how much time I really put into my black belt in TKD but I think it was probably not as much as 2k hours.

But I've got 2k hours on my dota account, and am still < 700 MMR, which shows that dota is really hard compared to IRL.

But yeah, my IRL human is doing pretty well. I've written a book at around ~70k words somewhat unedited, created a video game at probably an hour or so playable time, but quite sophisticated.

My IRL human has recovered from schizophrenia, psychosis, anxiety, phobias, different health concerns and is almost completely grade A again except for a pinched nerve in the neck.

But what I've noticed is Diablo has failed us. Whether you're blind or not, high level Starcraft is accessible to you. Whether you're psychologically inept or not, mathematical poker still beats microstakes, whether you have bad luck or not, you can succeed in most games of luck, possibly even become infinite in hearthstone with practice.

But it seems Diablo is truly the most difficult game of all time. I cannot find any other way to power up in Diablo other than patience and grinding and running rifts. Since I am running -30BB/100 or so in all things thanks to the years of zazen, I cannot seem to find items, power up my character with sets, or anything like that. I always roll the wrong sets, wrong characters for seasonal items, wrong uniques, wrong ancients, legendaries, sets, and so on.

Despite it being my ultimate and final goal of all time, it seems I just cannot get on the top of the Diablo III ladder, and it proves to me this is the most difficult thing ever.



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chance of Death
  failsafe, Jan 09 2017

ur placed in a sauna 110 degrees w/ 2 8-pack gatorade, operational mini-fridge, pipe & 3 kilos of weed. how long can u survive?



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Raven Paradox
  failsafe, Sep 24 2016

As related to my comment regarding "into infinity."

1. All Ravens are black
2. Therefore everything that is not black is not a Raven

This seems intuitive.

To be not-Black means you are not a Raven.

Why is this a problem? It is not.

It is a mode of perception we are commenting on. We suppose probability statements are non-infinite (they are not generative process).

There is no point supposing the sighting of green apple increases the probability of anything other than green apples.

Either we do not understand green apples or we do not understand black ravens.

There is no paradox.



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Rational Suicide
  failsafe, Sep 11 2016

There is a bunch of stuff I want to do after I die. I don't want to sit around for eternity telling stories about my impending death. Wouldn't it be great

EU(afterlife) > EU(life) the afterlife provides happiness I could just randomly die

All my problems could be solved the humour of my impending death "wouldn't it be great if failsafe died before/after X"



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Complexity Math
  failsafe, Sep 06 2016

As you know there are -? to ? R numbers. Therefore there are 2? R numbers and density of R is interval-identical. Then there is ? R numbers between [0,1].

R is the real numbers of course.

So then we are dealing with a simple construction that everyone understands:

±(... _ _ . _ _ ...)

And we just fill in the blanks with numbers: 0, 1, 2, ..., 9

But which numbers come up with most? There are obviously one of each number so it is just a question of selection.

Notice however that . denotes a property of revolving around 0, and could be just as well:

±(..._ _ 0 _ _...)

Isn't that frightening lOL.







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House of the Scorpion
  failsafe, Sep 04 2016

http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=l...44b379cdd0e7c3o0&mode=overlay&first=1

There is a bigger map in the second novel.

What I was wondering after reading this series, where you can see that the United States government and the government of Mexico (Aztlan) have sanctioned a small strip of land for nations ranging from: Ecstasy, Hash, Opium, and Cocaine to Ketamine is why online poker is not more popular because it is illegal. Is it this hard to run online illegal that we cannot run online illegal like offline illegal.

There is still a big market for drugs offline not online but we can't run the drug market online and it seems we can't run the poker market online. Why if poker is illegal is it not more popular



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