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The following short proof shows by epistemic modal analysis that we are not living in a computer simulation.
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So, what are facts, and what are values? Yeah-yeah, this isn’t that kind of philosophy article.
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We do not know if ought implies can, so we do not know if it were not possible to retrieve that we ought not retrieve the funds.

So if it is true if we can, then it is also true that if we cannot, then we ought not. But why do properties of consensus or mathematical objects determine what we ought or ought not do? Does morality come from mathematics?
Amidst all of the buzz about the hacking of the DAO and the consequences for Ethereum, everyone seems to be missing the most crucial point of all. The Ethereum Foundation stated quickly on its website that they identifed and effectively froze the hacker’s account. Also, Stephan Tual (the founder of Slock.It, the group that created... Continue reading →
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Various attempts have been made in recent years to state necessary and sufficient conditions for someone’s trusting a given transaction…
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DESIGN: Facebook is wrong, text is deathless · Who says that video is the best way to tell stories in this world? · by Tim Carmody #debate
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totally agree
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The following short proof shows by epistemic modal analysis that we are not living in a computer simulation.
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But hoe could MODERN females mate with Neanderthals in the 1st place? 🤔
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Also I think it's incorrect to say that it was a "guess". Epistemologically speaking, it is "coincidence". Guesses are coincidences, but coincidences are not guesses. We can see here that "coincidence" and "luck" are at issue because surely a guess can be lucky or unlucky; but the counterexample is not, by definition, a guess — but the agent has a model and validity of the transaction — however the agreement is coincidental by the logical system. Trust surely excludes luck, or trust is minimally coincidence-free valid agreement.
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What is JWT? In essence it's a signed piece of data in JSON format. Because it's signed the recipient can verify its authenticity. Because it's JSON it weights very little. If you are after the formal definition, it's in the RFC 7519. Signed data is nothing new - what's thrilling
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+ It could come in handy for anyone who has been pardoned of a criminal charge which would otherwise just show the charge on their computers & not the Pardon/Exonneration
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The Ethereum exchange is under brutal hacker attack. Missing: 3.6 million ether, all siphoned by one account.
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I say yes. Will stop investing till problem is fixed. ThankQ!
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  • University of Houston
    Philosophy, 2003 - 2009
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Joy. Magnanimity. Tenacity.
Introduction
If you're ever trapped in a ball pit and the urge to count overwhelms you, imagine that you're on the beach, trapped in the sand.
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I do all my own puns.
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Pluggin' stuff and things into the Web.
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Python; JavaScript/CoffeeScript; Web Science; Automation (Grunt); BEM/OOCSS; organic CSS; LESS/SASS; AngularJS; Material Design
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  • The Coinsultants
    Partner (Candidate), 2015 - 2016
    Technological debt, code cohesion, and defect triage are the pillars of my focus in strategizing around the development and deployment of modern full stack implementations and hypermedia applications. Ethics and technology must never become too increasingly divergent in the growth of human intelligences. My vision is to transition merchants from classical yet restrictive, “patchwork” FinTech to decentralized, privacy-sensitive, generational Friendly permaware that is beneficent to humans.
  • LoveStamp
    CTO, 2014 - 2015
    LoveStamp is a powerful engagement platform for merchants to say thanks to their fans. Activity: Say hi to our team. For double rewards, make a love sign with your hands. We Node.
  • Dun & Bradstreet
    Web Engineer, 2013 - 2014
    Created Grunt recipes/Node.js integration for existing build ecosystem based on Go Build Servers. (e.g., Consuming in-house font icon libraries at build time via grunt-curl.)Built out lightweight Express/Node.js-based local development environment with http-proxy to consume pre-production API endpoints.Set up Karma for Unit Testing. Set up Protractor for E2E testing. Combined RequireJS/r.js, AngularJS (angularAMD), BreezeJS (strictly API consumption, non-Entity Framework), Bootstrap, and Google Maps (with MapClusterer) for a modular and modern-ish mobile front end. (Not Responsive, but focused on a small set of devices; and yes, that tech stack, of which I defended use cases for RequireJS and BreezeJS specifically.)Introduced BEM CSS ideas/concepts to manage Big CSS codebases.Introduced analytical tools like Plato and analyze-css for static analysis of JS and CSS build.Introduced tools to automate CSS sprite creation.Implemented datacontext-dependent D3 graphs (Treemap, Doughnut, etc. charts) for cheap visualization with light interactivity to give insight into arbitrary data sets. (I call this "data painting," basically.)Implemented minimalistic, responsive data tables.Knowledge sharing at semi-weekly UI Stand Up meetings (presenting modern tools like FF's 3D View and its use-cases, etc. or various CLI tools because *nix). Helped craft and conduct developer interview sessions (in-person, live coding, and phone screening).
  • epantry.com
    Web Architect, 2012 - 2013
    I helped build the first iteration of epantry.com on vanilla Backbone.js and Python. Heavy Underscore.js use.
  • Waste Management, Inc
    Web Analyst, 2010 - 2011
    Built JavaScript front ends.
  • Reliant Energy
    Web Analyst, 2009 - 2010
    Built JavaScript front ends.Designed a few UIs: https://github.com/nerdfiles/ui
  • Pennebaker
    Web Engineer, 2011 - 2012
    Built JavaScript front ends and Django back ends, http://bristowgroup.com being one of them.
  • emlogis.com
    Front End Developer, 2003 - 2005
    Employee Logistics and Management software for, usually, small 24/7 clinic implementations.
  • TerraLedger
    Chief Architect, 2015 - 2016
    Distributed HATEOAS Blockchain-like Application for Geophysical Data Analysis and Management.
  • Schedgmule
    Founder, 2016 - present
    Schedgmule does everything right the first time. Twice. It’s lovely and frightening at the same time. Schedgmule makes it possible to validate your future self. Schedgmule might even take a dismissive fuck for you. With the right conversations, Amazon and Schedgmule could probably launch a fleet of alter-world prostitutes to defeat the United States government. Whatever Schedgmule can do, only Schedgmule can do better. Schedgmule is more like a superhero, akin to the sandwich or the idea of ideas. Schedgmule will save your life.
  • NextTech, Inc.
    R&D Chief, 2016 - present
    Infocology, Infosthetics, Existential Risk Studies, Philosophy of Information, ExPhi, Hypermedia, Blockchains.
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