alltimetens

Rank #3018 on Subscribers
alltimetens Avatar Level 312 Content: Wizard
Offline
Send mail to alltimetens Block alltimetens Invite alltimetens to be your friend flag avatar
Last status update:
-
Personal Info
Interests: Interesting things
Date Signed Up:2/07/2012
Last Login:2/01/2015
Funnyjunk Career Stats
Content Ranking:#13779
Comment Ranking:#19631
Highest Content Rank:#14
Highest Comment Rank:#1365
Content Thumbs: 120653 total,  132071 ,  11418
Comment Thumbs: 4959 total,  8828 ,  3869
Content Level Progress: 3.07% (307/10000)
Level 312 Content: Wizard → Level 313 Content: Wizard
Comment Level Progress: 66% (66/100)
Level 245 Comments: Doinitrite → Level 246 Comments: Doinitrite
Subscribers:27
Content Views:4770769
Times Content Favorited:7236 times
Total Comments Made:4605
FJ Points:110081
Favorite Tags: The Game (2)
Just an average Funny Junk user who shares images. I am not accepting any trade requests. You can have my items, however, I am not giving/trading my FJ points. Feel free to subscribe.

latest user's comments

#3882 - Fair enough. So assuming that 75% of black holes woul…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/13/2015 on /science/ board +2
#3976 - anonymous (01/27/2015) [-]
wait your on this site

I thought you where just on youtube
User avatar #3883 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
Those black holes that would not kill you, as in their gravity is not strong enough to tear you apart, would be so small that you would not notice them. Keep in mind that black holes are meant to be extremely dense objects. So an object like the earth, would be condensed into a golfball sized black hole, and it wouldn't have the earth's gravity, it would be many millions of time's stronger.
User avatar #3884 - alltimetens (01/13/2015) [-]
No, I meant black holes that would eventually kill you, but give you enough time to look around and feel things.
User avatar #3885 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
There is no such thing. If you could reach it, and stand on it for a period of time, it couldn't be classified as a black hole. Black holes gravity is so intense that is doesn't allow light to escape, you would be dead long before you reached the event horizon.

I don't think you are understanding what a black hole is.
#3881 - I mean, let's look at robotics technology today. We'r…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/13/2015 on /science/ board 0
User avatar #3887 - coronus (01/13/2015) [-]
It's a bit different, though. They create without purpose, according to their design. It's not about being a special snowflake. It's about simulated cognition, and active participation in reality. we haven't managed to create that.

It;s like printing a painting, or designing a robot to copy the exact strokes Monet used to create his works until it learns how he painted and creates a novel representation of a scene in his style. it's just copycat behavior based on complex command protocols,which proves nothing.
#3872 - Interesting take on it, and you had some well formatted answer…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/13/2015 on /science/ board 0
User avatar #3874 - coronus (01/13/2015) [-]
I would be very surprised if we managed to create an AI capable of social learning. Simple value association and deep neural network learning are some of the best the current methods for creating a learning network, and they have some pretty exciting results. However, there are serious differences in the way these systems eventually evaluate an object or situation, which are coming to light now via long term learning studies with DNN systems.

For example, Objects are often boiled down to 2 dimensional pattern representations , containing what the network values as critical features of a 3D object. This is vastly different from the way we conceptualize objects, and leads to incorrect classifications and odd category formations by the DNN systems.
User avatar #3881 - alltimetens (01/13/2015) [-]
I mean, let's look at robotics technology today.

We're capable of creating robots and computers with the ability to produce artistic and musical pieces that are indistinguishable from human art/music, according to surveys done.

This already debunks the notion that humans are the only "special snowflakes" out there, and that we're not able to create technology that outmatches us in that capacity.
User avatar #3887 - coronus (01/13/2015) [-]
It's a bit different, though. They create without purpose, according to their design. It's not about being a special snowflake. It's about simulated cognition, and active participation in reality. we haven't managed to create that.

It;s like printing a painting, or designing a robot to copy the exact strokes Monet used to create his works until it learns how he painted and creates a novel representation of a scene in his style. it's just copycat behavior based on complex command protocols,which proves nothing.
#3871 - I was looking at a list of the highest-paying college majors. …  [+] (7 new replies) 01/13/2015 on /science/ board +2
User avatar #3896 - xsnowshark (01/14/2015) [-]
Just look at what your interests are and see what degree fits what you like. I can guarantee you that if you are not passionate about engineering, you will not succeed with it as a major.
User avatar #3892 - coronus (01/14/2015) [-]
It's a tough curriculum though. biochem and organic chemistry are tough areas for most people.If you've got a bio brain and are good at chem, or a chem brain and decent bio skills, you'll do just fine in the feild.
User avatar #3890 - coronus (01/14/2015) [-]
I'm more neuroscience-y, but I had a lot of friends in biochem and biomedical.

It's one of the fastest growing fields, and it's usually really easy to find a job. In fact, you can get a job in biomed with a general biochem undergrad degree, or a better job if you go on to grad school for chemical engineering with a biochem thesis focus.
User avatar #3891 - alltimetens (01/14/2015) [-]
How do you think the actual field itself is in terms of university level difficulty.

I mean, sure, it may be easy to find a job, but what about maintaining an acceptable GPA?
User avatar #3893 - coronus (01/14/2015) [-]
Moderate to hard difficulty. it's one of the hardest areas of study, behind straight chemistry, and physics.
User avatar #3894 - alltimetens (01/14/2015) [-]
Thank you, brother!

- Hulk Hogan
#3895 - coronus (01/14/2015) [-]
any time.
#3869 - Well if that's how you prefer to look at things. When you're l… 01/13/2015 on /science/ board 0
#3868 - Holy **** ... I'm in high school right now and tha… 01/13/2015 on /science/ board +1
#3867 - I worked as a police officer for some time and we were learnin… 01/13/2015 on /science/ board 0
#3866 - Yeah... except ~14 billion years has already past since my bir… 01/13/2015 on /science/ board +2
#3865 - Seriously dude. Someone w/ the name kebabs had to point ou… 01/13/2015 on /science/ board +2
#3864 - Actually, nah bro. I read that it would actually take…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/13/2015 on /science/ board +2
User avatar #3902 - ecomp (01/15/2015) [-]
space tho
#3854 - ASTRONOMYFAGS: What are blackholes made of, really? If I we…  [+] (10 new replies) 01/12/2015 on /science/ board +2
User avatar #3878 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
As far as I know, black holes are nothing more then a super condensed ball of matter that is so dense and compact that their gravity is massive enough to trap even light.

The larger ones are created mostly through the destruction of a massive star after it collapses from a supernova. And there has been evidence of extremely small black holes being commonly created in the subatomic world, although I know little about those.

And depending on the size and strength of the black hole it could range from a slight stretching feeling before being torn apart atom by atom, to just being immediately disintegrated and feeling nothing. It's very likely that with most black holes, by the time you reached the even horizon you'd be dead.
User avatar #3882 - alltimetens (01/13/2015) [-]
Fair enough.

So assuming that 75% of black holes would kill you, what would you feel in the remaining 25%, of which there is time to look around and try to sense objects.
#3976 - anonymous (01/27/2015) [-]
wait your on this site

I thought you where just on youtube
User avatar #3883 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
Those black holes that would not kill you, as in their gravity is not strong enough to tear you apart, would be so small that you would not notice them. Keep in mind that black holes are meant to be extremely dense objects. So an object like the earth, would be condensed into a golfball sized black hole, and it wouldn't have the earth's gravity, it would be many millions of time's stronger.
User avatar #3884 - alltimetens (01/13/2015) [-]
No, I meant black holes that would eventually kill you, but give you enough time to look around and feel things.
User avatar #3885 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
There is no such thing. If you could reach it, and stand on it for a period of time, it couldn't be classified as a black hole. Black holes gravity is so intense that is doesn't allow light to escape, you would be dead long before you reached the event horizon.

I don't think you are understanding what a black hole is.
User avatar #3863 - ecomp (01/13/2015) [-]
you'd die first
User avatar #3864 - alltimetens (01/13/2015) [-]
Actually, nah bro.

I read that it would actually take a while for you to die from a black hole. Depending on its size, you could easily kill hours before being ripped apart due to the gravity variation.
User avatar #3902 - ecomp (01/15/2015) [-]
space tho
#3853 - How does the human brain compare to the average computer? How …  [+] (6 new replies) 01/12/2015 on /science/ board 0
User avatar #3873 - coronus (01/13/2015) [-]
As far as computers of the future, most AI researchers are of the mind that there are somethings computer systems may never be able to do, unless we are able to create a bank of supercomputers running communicating simulations of single human neurons or brain system groups, which is one of the endeavors of the Human Brain Project. However, this is expected to take an enormous amount of data storage and processing power, even for a simplified model.
User avatar #3870 - coronus (01/13/2015) [-]
That's a difficult one. In terms of raw storage capacity, the brain beats all but the best super computer banks in its ability to retain information. If you consider the amount of chemical and neural processes that have to happen in order for a memory to be retrieved, the amount of information generated and retained by the brain is staggeringly high, and rivals NASA's data trove.

In terms of computing power, the answer is more complex.

There are certain things that we've designed computers to do much better and faster than us, like mathematics and data integration. In terms of calculation speed for math based problems, we loose to even the most basic computer.

On the other hand, some processes that come naturally to humans, such as decision making, universal object recognition, social learning, and sudden insight, take powerful supercomputers to simulate. Even the best current computer models of things like object recognition aren't 100% accurate, and can be easily misdirected. So, in terms of navigating and understanding complex problems involving spacial reasoning and general decision making, we beat even the best computers by age 2.
User avatar #3872 - alltimetens (01/13/2015) [-]
Interesting take on it, and you had some well formatted answers. How do you think supercomputers will be in 2050 relative to our brains? I mean, we all know that technology is advancing at an exponential rate. So I wouldn't be surprised if someone was able to create a socially-learning, human-like computer by 2050. Would we be outmatched to the point where humans are almost useless? Will jobs vanish as a result of robots/computers taking over the industries? So many questions, dude.
User avatar #3874 - coronus (01/13/2015) [-]
I would be very surprised if we managed to create an AI capable of social learning. Simple value association and deep neural network learning are some of the best the current methods for creating a learning network, and they have some pretty exciting results. However, there are serious differences in the way these systems eventually evaluate an object or situation, which are coming to light now via long term learning studies with DNN systems.

For example, Objects are often boiled down to 2 dimensional pattern representations , containing what the network values as critical features of a 3D object. This is vastly different from the way we conceptualize objects, and leads to incorrect classifications and odd category formations by the DNN systems.
User avatar #3881 - alltimetens (01/13/2015) [-]
I mean, let's look at robotics technology today.

We're capable of creating robots and computers with the ability to produce artistic and musical pieces that are indistinguishable from human art/music, according to surveys done.

This already debunks the notion that humans are the only "special snowflakes" out there, and that we're not able to create technology that outmatches us in that capacity.
User avatar #3887 - coronus (01/13/2015) [-]
It's a bit different, though. They create without purpose, according to their design. It's not about being a special snowflake. It's about simulated cognition, and active participation in reality. we haven't managed to create that.

It;s like printing a painting, or designing a robot to copy the exact strokes Monet used to create his works until it learns how he painted and creates a novel representation of a scene in his style. it's just copycat behavior based on complex command protocols,which proves nothing.
#3852 - Force could still travel through it. If my primitive … 01/12/2015 on /science/ board 0
#3851 - And yet Jews somehow own 50% of New York, if not more.  [+] (1 new reply) 01/12/2015 on /science/ board 0
#3855 - minibeep (01/12/2015) [-]
yup jews control amerika
#3850 - Meh... people knowingly marry their cousins in more c… 01/12/2015 on /science/ board 0
#3849 - Hope you did well lmao 01/12/2015 on /science/ board 0
#3848 - I'd say my knowledge of space is above-average. But t… 01/12/2015 on /science/ board 0
#3847 - This really makes me want to live 250+ million years in the un… 01/12/2015 on /science/ board 0
#3846 - Kill yourself, furry cancer. 01/12/2015 on /science/ board +2
#343 - Thank you. You see, you're a Jew and I don't expect … 01/09/2015 on Allah SnackBar 0
#341 - And I'm sure Muslims condemned the Paris Shootings (or any oth…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/09/2015 on Allah SnackBar 0
User avatar #342 - drekker (01/09/2015) [-]
I don't believe muslims should be responsible for those working under the guise of islam either. People who are like that i actively try to change the opinions of.
User avatar #343 - alltimetens (01/09/2015) [-]
Thank you.

You see, you're a Jew and I don't expect you to apologize for the actions of a minority Zionist government.

So I'm glad you believe that Muslims shouldn't apologize for the actions of 3 criminals.
#73 - I honestly don't care. Terrorism is widely agreed upon as bein… 01/09/2015 on crusades -1
#72 - But he isolated targeting civilians away from other forms of t… 01/09/2015 on crusades -1
#65 - I looked up the definition of terrorism. "the us…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/09/2015 on crusades -2
#68 - anonymous (01/09/2015) [-]
what he said "Terrorism is the act of targeting non-combatants with violence to achieve one's political ends. "

what you said "he use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims"

that means the same thing. either rephrase what you said. or under stand its not untrue, that is why they shot a french cartoonist, to force their veiws

looks the same to me, and not untrue
User avatar #72 - alltimetens (01/09/2015) [-]
But he isolated targeting civilians away from other forms of terrorism.

Destroying infrastructure and threatening the utter destruction of a country as well as committing said destruction is terrorism. And these acts have been going on for decades now.

C'mon. Just look up the civilian death toll by American and British forces since the first Middle Eastern war.
User avatar #73 - alltimetens (01/09/2015) [-]
I honestly don't care. Terrorism is widely agreed upon as being inflicting terror on civilians for political power.
#138 - I'm not Muslim. And also, I'm pretty sure Muhammad u… 01/09/2015 on Long Charlie Hebdo comp +1
Show:
Sort by:
Order:

items

Total unique items point value: 550 / Total items point value: 1000

Comments(141):

[ 141 comments ]

Show All Replies Show Shortcuts
Per page:
Order:
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
User avatar #163 - joshlol (12/21/2014) [-]
**joshlol waves at you**
User avatar #164 to #163 - alltimetens (12/21/2014) [-]
hey

i know nobody ever lived you before...


but i sorta like you
User avatar #165 to #164 - joshlol (12/21/2014) [-]
I'm not worth liking.

But thanks, what's up?
#162 - syrianassassin ONLINE (05/31/2014) [-]
because you are new in the religion board, you must know what your enemy will do to your opinions

this is my first post in the religion board i talked with ethics and total respect and look what happened

www.funnyjunk.com/religion/54159#54159


now i am a troll who troll atheist trolls using their own logic and piss them off using their own life system and belief

new atheism =/= atheism

new atheism mean you shall be a total asshole against religion no matter how logical the answer is given

the board is full of heretics and you shall take care
#159 - syrianassassin ONLINE (05/31/2014) [-]
i see you are a christian who came for some question in the religion board, and all you saw is some faggots trolling and ************
User avatar #160 to #159 - alltimetens (05/31/2014) [-]
I'm not really a Christian. I'm more of an agnostic.
User avatar #161 to #160 - syrianassassin ONLINE (05/31/2014) [-]
and when you wanted answer, all you found is some new atheism bitches and cock sucking tranny faggots trolling you with nonsense
right?
#149 - anonymous (04/08/2014) [-]
hey your the guy from youtube
i like your videos dude
User avatar #154 to #149 - tranquilizer (04/20/2014) [-]
He's not them
User avatar #155 to #154 - badmotorfinger (05/02/2014) [-]
get the euthanization needle. they're becoming aware.
User avatar #156 to #155 - tranquilizer (05/02/2014) [-]
Wait
Where did you come from
The future?
#157 to #156 - nickypickle (05/23/2014) [-]
I dunno if all this charade about being the one on youtube or not is all part of a 'sekretu klub' thing but its really getting to the point where someone needs some answers

yes? no? why is this such an issue I dont understand
User avatar #158 to #157 - tranquilizer (05/23/2014) [-]
Where do you people keep coming from I'm scared ;_;
#143 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
And with the mildly aroused Karasu picture, I am finished. Sorry for the spamish stuff, but you did ask me to and they do make good reaction images.
User avatar #145 to #143 - alltimetens (04/07/2014) [-]
No problem, man.

I appreciate all these reaction pics. Fukken savin' all of em'. I'm glad there are others here who have enjoyed the same anime as I.
User avatar #146 to #145 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Might be an odd thing to say, but you might want to join Tumblr. A lot of us are actually males who enjoy certain fandoms and have deep discussions about them, especially with Yu Yu Hakusho.

Might I suggest Kill La Kill or HunterXHunter? The latter apparently takes place in the future of Yu Yu Hakusho. Of course, Inuyasha is said to take place in the past, with Kikyo being Raizen's original daughter.
User avatar #147 to #146 - alltimetens (04/07/2014) [-]
Damn... I better get watching.
User avatar #148 to #147 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Go for Inuyasha first. I feel like Yu Yu Hakusho took a lot from that show. "Ooohhh we're losing viewers during the Dark Tournament, better show them Kurama's true form!" Fricken love child of Sesshomaru and Inuyasha (Which given Sesshomaru's mother isn't entirely out of the question even though they are a different species). Also, character types for both Toguro brothers, Bui, Karasu, and others were in that show.
#142 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Sometimes I edit a strikethrough over the 'not' to make a joke.
#140 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#139 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
This is my wallpaper and icon
#138 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
This too.
This too.
#137 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#136 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
By the way, there is a user named Toguro here, but they aren't named after this Toguro.
By the way, there is a user named Toguro here, but they aren't named after this Toguro.
#150 to #136 - toguro (04/17/2014) [-]
You like telling everyone that don'tcha?
User avatar #151 to #150 - zafara (04/17/2014) [-]
Well, we were talking about Toguro anyway. You usually pop up whenever Toguro is mentioned, so I wanted to let him know that you would probably show up. I also wanted to warn him that you don't really watch the show and named yourself Toguro after something else so that they didn't ask you questions about Yu Yu Hakusho you don't know.

Basically, I wanted to save some time by warning him that while you have the name, you don't know the show.

You know what I'm trying to say?
#152 to #151 - toguro (04/17/2014) [-]
Yeah I understood the 4th time you did it - I dont mind really
User avatar #153 to #152 - zafara (04/17/2014) [-]
I didn't think I was mentioning you that much. Sorry.
#135 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
This works as a good, I am mildly confused and/or disturbed by what I see
#132 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#130 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#129 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Remember this scene?
Remember this scene?
User avatar #134 to #129 - alltimetens (04/07/2014) [-]
this **** was creepy
User avatar #144 to #134 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Yep. You know what's even more creepy? Elder Toguro decapitated himself into a small aquarium and swam around in there as a head for a while without anyone really noticing.
#128 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
When someone doesn't get the joke and gets offended so you have to explain it.
#127 - zafara (04/07/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
[ 141 comments ]
Leave a comment
 Friends (0)