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Is it just me, or are the three laws of robotics fundamentally flawed? I mean lets face it... Rule 1: a Robot must not harm a human being. Rule 2: a Robot must obey a human being's command. Rule 3 : a Robot must protect its existence, as long as it doesn't interfere with rules 1 and 2.
Now, hypothetically speaking, a robot, if sufficiently advanced, is better than a human being. How can such an advanced robot justify these rules to itself?...

Im out of space.

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#174 - i'm not saying it's not impressive - i think most college degr…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/31/2014 on College be like 0
#176 - tyroneisanigger (03/31/2014) [-]
In today's world that true. Employers will pay people more that have a college education than people that don't, like the employees who have been working for an employer for 15 years. You are paid more with a college education, that's why it's a privilege to go to college. I'm personally not convinced it's worth the amount of debt you will have after college and still be paying your debt off for the next 10 years.

Right now, I have a friend who's a junior in college, 28K in debt so far,and hasn't even finished yet and is making $9.50 an hour working at target, keep in mind he has been there for two years and started at minimum wage. I have been working as a dispatcher for 11 months now started at $15.46 (current salary because raises are given every year) and live a nice life, for me living alone.
#172 - You failed to say that twice there skip. Watch out for typos..…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/31/2014 on College be like 0
#173 - tyroneisanigger (03/31/2014) [-]
It's impressive. I'm 19. live in a 3 bedroom house that I rent and am paid $15.46 for an easy job. When I turn 21, I plan to be a police officer too.
User avatar #174 - pasteis (03/31/2014) [-]
i'm not saying it's not impressive - i think most college degrees are an extreme waste of time and money, and it's nice to see people wanting to work instead of going to school for some BS degree because their parents are paying their way.

That being said, as someone who did something similar to what you're doing (decided to say fuck it and work out of high school instead of going to college) The jobs that you can get with the right degree are super easy and pay very well... I'm not saying college is necessary for success by any means, and I think that whatever works for you works for you, but a bachelors in computer science made my life significantly easier. Just a little food for thought.
#176 - tyroneisanigger (03/31/2014) [-]
In today's world that true. Employers will pay people more that have a college education than people that don't, like the employees who have been working for an employer for 15 years. You are paid more with a college education, that's why it's a privilege to go to college. I'm personally not convinced it's worth the amount of debt you will have after college and still be paying your debt off for the next 10 years.

Right now, I have a friend who's a junior in college, 28K in debt so far,and hasn't even finished yet and is making $9.50 an hour working at target, keep in mind he has been there for two years and started at minimum wage. I have been working as a dispatcher for 11 months now started at $15.46 (current salary because raises are given every year) and live a nice life, for me living alone.
#170 - Or do you mean you're paid bi-weekly (which you did not say in… 03/31/2014 on College be like 0
#169 - Comment deleted  [+] (5 new replies) 03/31/2014 on College be like 0
#171 - tyroneisanigger (03/31/2014) [-]
Are you stupid?

We're paid bi weekly.Try again.
User avatar #172 - pasteis (03/31/2014) [-]
You failed to say that twice there skip. Watch out for typos...they're brutal
#173 - tyroneisanigger (03/31/2014) [-]
It's impressive. I'm 19. live in a 3 bedroom house that I rent and am paid $15.46 for an easy job. When I turn 21, I plan to be a police officer too.
User avatar #174 - pasteis (03/31/2014) [-]
i'm not saying it's not impressive - i think most college degrees are an extreme waste of time and money, and it's nice to see people wanting to work instead of going to school for some BS degree because their parents are paying their way.

That being said, as someone who did something similar to what you're doing (decided to say fuck it and work out of high school instead of going to college) The jobs that you can get with the right degree are super easy and pay very well... I'm not saying college is necessary for success by any means, and I think that whatever works for you works for you, but a bachelors in computer science made my life significantly easier. Just a little food for thought.
#176 - tyroneisanigger (03/31/2014) [-]
In today's world that true. Employers will pay people more that have a college education than people that don't, like the employees who have been working for an employer for 15 years. You are paid more with a college education, that's why it's a privilege to go to college. I'm personally not convinced it's worth the amount of debt you will have after college and still be paying your debt off for the next 10 years.

Right now, I have a friend who's a junior in college, 28K in debt so far,and hasn't even finished yet and is making $9.50 an hour working at target, keep in mind he has been there for two years and started at minimum wage. I have been working as a dispatcher for 11 months now started at $15.46 (current salary because raises are given every year) and live a nice life, for me living alone.
#167 - How does that math even square?  [+] (8 new replies) 03/31/2014 on College be like -1
#168 - tyroneisanigger (03/31/2014) [-]
We're paid i weekly. Try again.

$1319.40 to be specific, after taxes.
User avatar #170 - pasteis (03/31/2014) [-]
Or do you mean you're paid bi-weekly (which you did not say in your original post)
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#171 - tyroneisanigger (03/31/2014) [-]
Are you stupid?

We're paid bi weekly.Try again.
User avatar #172 - pasteis (03/31/2014) [-]
You failed to say that twice there skip. Watch out for typos...they're brutal
#173 - tyroneisanigger (03/31/2014) [-]
It's impressive. I'm 19. live in a 3 bedroom house that I rent and am paid $15.46 for an easy job. When I turn 21, I plan to be a police officer too.
User avatar #174 - pasteis (03/31/2014) [-]
i'm not saying it's not impressive - i think most college degrees are an extreme waste of time and money, and it's nice to see people wanting to work instead of going to school for some BS degree because their parents are paying their way.

That being said, as someone who did something similar to what you're doing (decided to say fuck it and work out of high school instead of going to college) The jobs that you can get with the right degree are super easy and pay very well... I'm not saying college is necessary for success by any means, and I think that whatever works for you works for you, but a bachelors in computer science made my life significantly easier. Just a little food for thought.
#176 - tyroneisanigger (03/31/2014) [-]
In today's world that true. Employers will pay people more that have a college education than people that don't, like the employees who have been working for an employer for 15 years. You are paid more with a college education, that's why it's a privilege to go to college. I'm personally not convinced it's worth the amount of debt you will have after college and still be paying your debt off for the next 10 years.

Right now, I have a friend who's a junior in college, 28K in debt so far,and hasn't even finished yet and is making $9.50 an hour working at target, keep in mind he has been there for two years and started at minimum wage. I have been working as a dispatcher for 11 months now started at $15.46 (current salary because raises are given every year) and live a nice life, for me living alone.
#111 - June 1st, 2012: The day when physics stopped being a science. 06/01/2012 on Bullet through bubble. +2
#160 - Lexington Steele once said "I'm not the biggest, I'm just… 05/30/2012 on Capitalism 0
#19 - I don't know about that integral... it ignores factors like wi… 04/26/2012 on Goku`s speed in SJ3 0
#124 - you forgot time. but you say potato, i say potato.  [+] (2 new replies) 04/24/2012 on Newton Logic -4
#241 - wiatters (04/24/2012) [-]
Did somebody say potato?
User avatar #136 - ighostinthefogi (04/24/2012) [-]
... no I didn't... you're taking the derivative with respect to time...
#96 - I find it hilarious that one of the main reasons newton decide…  [+] (9 new replies) 04/24/2012 on Newton Logic -1
User avatar #116 - ighostinthefogi (04/24/2012) [-]
I'm pretty sure it was more relating to finding that velocity was the derivative of acceleration and distance the derivative of velocity...
User avatar #138 - TheNextJoker (04/24/2012) [-]
Methinks you mixed up derivatives and anti-derivatives... taking the integral of former gives the latter
User avatar #139 - ighostinthefogi (04/24/2012) [-]
derivative of x^2 w/ respect to x is 2x..... d/dx 2x=2 ... acceleration is t^2 ... velocity is t^1 and distance is t^0 ... so no mixing... velocity is the derivative of acc and distance is the derivative of velocity.
#144 - TheNextJoker (04/24/2012) [-]
Suppose we have a function s(t) = 16t^2 which gives the position of a particle. The derivative of position s(t) is s'(t) = v(t) = 2*16t^(2-1) = 32t and gives the velocity of said particle at time t. The derivative of velocity is s''(t) = v'(t) = a (t) = 1*32t^(1-1) = 32 and is acceleration at time t.

Acceleration is the derivative of velocity and velocity is the derivative of position. You've got it backwards.

It can, however, be said that position is the anti-derivative of velocity and said velocity is the anti-derivative of acceleration; to determine this requires bounds of integration, otherwise an entire family of functions is obtained. See fundamental theorem of calculus.
User avatar #147 - ighostinthefogi (04/24/2012) [-]
Welp, I stand corrected... why thank you... and holy crap the graphs make sense again... don't know why I hadn't thought of that before X) stupid equation y = y0+v0t +(1/2)*g*t^2 had me all confuddled... I kept breaking it apart saying a = 1/2g*t^2, v = v0t, and y = y0... that's where the a = t^2, v=t, d = t^0 crap came from in my head... but now I see that y is a function of t^2 in that equation... derp.
#146 - Womens Study Major (04/24/2012) [-]
User avatar #124 - pasteis (04/24/2012) [-]
you forgot time. but you say potato, i say potato.
#241 - wiatters (04/24/2012) [-]
Did somebody say potato?
User avatar #136 - ighostinthefogi (04/24/2012) [-]
... no I didn't... you're taking the derivative with respect to time...
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