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Bitcoin in Brief Friday: Farms on Wheels, a Hotel, and Even a Simulator for Miners - Bitcoin News

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Looking for input. I'm simulating a bitcoin farm made of idle college PCs as a project for a course. It's probably not feasible in reality, but still interesting af

So I'm in studying Computer Engineering, and for one of my courses, Models & Simulations, I chose to do a bitcoin farm as a project, with the twist of using idle college PCs throughout all the faculties (like the ones in Psychology, Kinesiology, and others)*. I know it is probably unviable now that CPU mining isn't efficient any more, but the point of the project is the modeling and simulation itself being functional, realistic and innovative. So, what I'm thinking is the following:
Now here's the problem: I don't know how bitcoin is actually mined! I never did any mining, and I would love to learn the ins and outs to someday do some mining, but I don't have the time and specially the money, to do that right now. Therefore, I have some questions that may sound ignorant (I'm still reading through wikis and articles): - Is the progress 'saveable' or transferable? If a computer isn't done and needs to be freed, can it transfer its work to another idle PC, or is the progress lost? - Is the mining done independently, or is more than a single PC required to work in tandem in order to progress? - What is needed to switch between currencies when mining? (Say we implement an algorithm that stops mining currency A while it's price decreases and/or currency B becomes more profitable) -How long can a unit of currency, block or hash take to be discovered? I'm assuming it's some sort of function dependent on the complexity of the currency and the complexity of what was previously found, so that required time increases with each successive discovery.
*: No intentions to disrespect, just saying they use their PCs less. I don't know how it's organized in the US and other countries, but here we have College as the whole organization, and it's divided into faculties that group similar careers, like most Engineering degrees in one faculty, Medicine in another, hard sciences in another, etc...
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Looking for input. I'm simulating a bitcoin farm made of idle college PCs as a project for a course. It's probably not feasible in reality, but still interesting af /r/Bitcoin

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While everyone's still arguing about catering to nolifers/streamers

It's probably time to make a fuss about the turning circle stat.
It is one of the most frustratingly pointless stats, only punishing players that aren't in the know. Or without the knowledge to setup DPI profiles. Or those who really just cannot be fucking bothered (Like me, for example).
That's coming from someone who played Arma 2 mod and standalone DayZ at its peak, and was happy to spend plenty of time fiddling with settings and config files so the damn game ran properly, and to maximize visibility.
I still see GPU_MaxFramesAhead=1; GPU_DetectedFramesAhead=0; and the skyrocketing fps/visibility that came with it in my dreams.
I would bet a good amount of money that a sizeable portion of new players that joined because of seeing the game played on twitch then quit, are quitting because they feel they've plateaued at a lower skill level than they should be.
A huge factor in that will be aim.
Not counting flea market Russian tycoon simulator and inventory tetris, Tarkov is a shooter; ignoring the casual/hardcore/realistic arguments that's pretty set in stone, or at least I hope so.
I've sunk hundreds of hours into this game, and I still don't feel like I can reliably track my targets if they're moving quickly or if i'm flicking to a target at an unexpected angle, and that's entirely because I, and the majority of players have no baseline sensitivity to develop muscle memory on.
It's constantly being changed.
You can learn good habits like crosshair placements, learn hidey hole spots, prefire etc. but a lot of pvp in tarkov are those peripheal vision, just walked around the corner fights that are announced with a mid sentence "oh shit!"
Then someones dead, someone's got a beefy armour repair bill, someones popping pain pills, my dickhead "friend" is taking my kills dogtags for his LedX trade up, and Tarkov is 120 rounds of BP 5.45 lighter despite only 7 hits between all five of the involved parties.
The fifth guy of course didn't mag dump like everyone else because he'd buggered off to loot a stash without telling us a few minutes earlier.
Meta sweat goblins are running the most optimal ergo/roubles efficiency weapons, have charted the optimal ammunition types, have excel spreadsheets to determine loot efficiency despite having a 25 graphics card bitcoin farm, and the only reason they're not manually packing their mags bullet by bullet anymore is because the servers commit sudoku when they do.
Sure not every thicc boy will have DPI profiles set up, but only the most deluded of "Low levels should be allowed makarovs with sports hunting rounds only," would be upset about this element of frustration just being removed.
I get what the intention was, armour is cumbersome.
The ergo and movement speed changes are solid concepts and regardless of your stance on it, the logic is there, but the turning sensitivity is something completely by-passable by someone with a little bit too much time to fiddle with Razr Synapse.
I really can't see why the stat should remain. Other than turning it off might break the servers again.
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Johnny test is the best show

All over the internet, I notice you churlish cretins lauding the supposedly intellectual television program known as Rick and Morty to make yourselves appear more intelligent by extension, as you are ardent watchers of the aforementioned show. However, you piddling planarians only succeed in illustrating how vapid you really are, as Rick and Morty has the intellectual depth of a petri dish. Truly, the most noetic show is neither Rick and Morty, the Big Bang Theory, Jimmy Neutron, nor any other deluge of drivel you deludable dimwits bombard your brains with. Rather, it is Johnny Test, a pinnacle of animation, sound design, acting, and plot. Despite this, most of you sniveling sub-10000s (someone with an IQ under 10000: for the record, my IQ is several orders of magnitude higher than this; my reason for my usage of this term is simply because I am partial to the number 10000) will dismiss Johnny Test as another subpar piece of rubbish from Teletoon, but you all fail to realize how much genius goes into producing that show. I have watched Johnny Test since I was a juvenile, and already I bear an IQ so toweringly high no known test can measure it (that is to say, no known test for humans can measure it: when using the scale with which computer processing power is evaluated, I clock in at over 8.3 trecentillion yottaflops). I have memorized every facet of human knowledge and only used 32.8% of my potential intelligence (my remaining neurons I allocate towards personal use, research, and wealthy companies for use as server farms and bitcoin mines). Not only that, but I have transformed all of the atoms in my being into a quantum computer to serve as an extension to my enormous encephalon, which handles the menial tasks and other trivialities associated with existence (such as respiration, ingestion, digestion, socializing, et cetera). Capable of perorating proficiently in every method of communication in the world, I have developed my own language that employs a manifold of grammar rules, and I created it all while thrashing a coalition of humanity’s smartest supercomputers in a game of Tic-Tac-Toe (for those who say that Tic-Tac-Toe is “easy,” think about the all the times you’ve played Tic-Tac-Toe: a majority were ties, no? Think about that, and also about the fact that a single, solitary supercomputer, much less over a dozen, is smarter than millions of you combined). And no, you cannot see me type this language because it is purely telepathic. At this point, I can imagine several of you already typing frantically in a fervent effort to keep your egos afloat in the face of such psychological grandeur. That’s right, the collective intelligence of all of you, if we’re using luminosity as an analogy, is akin to a diminutive candle in comparison to the massive quasar that represents my mind. Confronted with this, most of you will attempt to deride me with paltry, nonsensical invective and vitriolic vituperations to protect what minuscule amount of self-esteem you possess. These predictions are not the result of mere intuition, of course. In actuality, I have run several simulations using my brain alone on the possible consequences of my publication of this digital manuscription. My reply to all of you digital detractors is that if you so desire to demonstrate that you are brainier than I, then arrange for an intellectual debate between you and me on a topic of your choosing, any time or place. My schedule is very pliable as I’ve already won over 4 dozen nobel prizes, so I’m perfectly willing to put a temporary halt to my research, if you could even call it that (I speculate without demur that none of your debate skills will be enough of a problem for me to the point where I will be forced to snap out out of my subconscious simulations to employ the use of those neurons). Besides, I don’t want to be a glory hog and leave none of the secrets of the universe left for unlocking. You know, let the dogs have their day and all of that. I already know that none of you simpletons with your senescent synapses will be able to match up to my vast vernacular and verbiage, my mental dexterity with declension, and my phrenic puissance with my phraseology and pronunciation. In a matter of seconds (or possibly longer, if I’ve overestimated your already positively benthic IQs when running my simulations), you’ll fly into cantankerous conniptions after my consummate trouncing and repudiation of every single one of the “facts” that you hold so dear as proof of your purported intellect. And in response to those who claim, overcome with envy and spite, that as intelligent as I am, I will never sleep with anyone: I don’t need to. I am quite capable of simulating, to the meagerest tactile sensation, every position in the Kama Sutra (as well as a few I myself have devised for maximum oxytocin and endorphin release) simultaneously in a few seconds, and the only reason it takes even that long is because I am prolonging the simulation in order to enjoy the experience: I could do it in hundredths of a millisecond if I so wish. However, for someone with such acute acumen as I, life is far too easy. When pure ennui drives you to calculate the movements of the 27 subatomic particles you’ve discovered and how they interact with one another in the 2,038th dimension using a base 3.2407 quadrillion number system, you realize that the universe and its infinite copies and offshoots offer nothing more to you. Except, that is, for Johnny Test. Even for an individual with such altitudinous IQ such as myself, it’s difficult to understand every single subtle joke and reference. That’s not to say I don’t understand any of the plenitude of allusions, in fact, I am able to comprehend virtually every single one. For example, one minutia most of you would fail to notice is when Susan’s chin moves two extra pixels further than in any of the previous episodes when she talks during the seventeenth second of the fifth minute of season 3 episode 10. Hardly any of you would conceive of the fact that this is a reference to the exact number, down to 84 significant figures, of the percent change in total nitrogen in the Earth’s atmosphere due to the eructation of a small cynodont 257 million years ago. There are more examples I could give, such as the color of the walls of the sisters’ lab being a slightly different hue from the norm in season 4 episode 19 (a reference to the presence of approximately 2.9 millimoles of ammonium diuranate in the ink of a Chinese manuscript dated 1256 BCE), but that would detract from the intended purpose of this writing. Johnny Test is a work of art, a perfect concoction of knowledge from a multitude of academic fields that combine to make a program that is the only form of media I have ever encountered that has been even somewhat laborious for me to fathom, and I’m talking about someone who altered the biochemistry and chirality of their body in order to make it more efficient than the prodigality that is the human body. My temples ache with the pain of having to pump copious amounts of Testium (an element I discovered that takes the role of oxygen in my unique biochemistry, named after my favorite show of course) to my brain in order to comprehend what I have just watched. And to everybody who claims that the reason my temples are sore or why I have “delusions of grandeur” are due to my being “high” or whichever way you aim to construe my exegesis of an episode, you will hear vocalizations of a gelatological nature emanating from my larynx whilst Xyzyzyx the paisley pangolin (a treasured acquaintance of mine) and I reflect on your foolishness later that day. I await the furious fussilade of odious obluquies and belittling bombast in the comments below. “Too long; Did not read”: Did you really think I would include one of these silly little things at the bottom of my witty wordsmithery? It's not my fault if you can't handle my de trop of definitions or my lexical linguipotence! Get back up there and read it, even if you have to go through it with dictionary in hand.
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Why Johnny Test is best thing ever created.

All over the internet, I notice you churlish cretins lauding the supposedly intellectual television program known as Rick and Morty to make yourselves appear more intelligent by extension, as you are ardent watchers of the aforementioned show. However, you piddling planarians only succeed in illustrating how vapid you really are, as Rick and Morty has the intellectual depth of a petri dish. Truly, the most noetic show is neither Rick and Morty, the Big Bang Theory, Jimmy Neutron, nor any other deluge of drivel you deludable dimwits bombard your brains with. Rather, it is Johnny Test, a pinnacle of animation, sound design, acting, and plot. Despite this, most of you sniveling sub-10000s (someone with an IQ under 10000: for the record, my IQ is several orders of magnitude higher than this; my reason for my usage of this term is simply because I am partial to the number 10000) will dismiss Johnny Test as another subpar piece of rubbish from Teletoon, but you all fail to realize how much genius goes into producing that show. I have watched Johnny Test since I was a juvenile, and already I bear an IQ so toweringly high no known test can measure it (that is to say, no known test for humans can measure it: when using the scale with which computer processing power is evaluated, I clock in at over 8.3 trecentillion yottaflops). I have memorized every facet of human knowledge and only used 32.8% of my potential intelligence (my remaining neurons I allocate towards personal use, research, and wealthy companies for use as server farms and bitcoin mines). Not only that, but I have transformed all of the atoms in my being into a quantum computer to serve as an extension to my enormous encephalon, which handles the menial tasks and other trivialities associated with existence (such as respiration, ingestion, digestion, socializing, et cetera). Capable of perorating proficiently in every method of communication in the world, I have developed my own language that employs a manifold of grammar rules, and I created it all while thrashing a coalition of humanity’s smartest supercomputers in a game of Tic-Tac-Toe (for those who say that Tic-Tac-Toe is “easy,” think about the all the times you’ve played Tic-Tac-Toe: a majority were ties, no? Think about that, and also about the fact that a single, solitary supercomputer, much less over a dozen, is smarter than millions of you combined). And no, you cannot see me type this language because it is purely telepathic. At this point, I can imagine several of you already typing frantically in a fervent effort to keep your egos afloat in the face of such psychological grandeur. That’s right, the collective intelligence of all of you, if we’re using luminosity as an analogy, is akin to a diminutive candle in comparison to the massive quasar that represents my mind. Confronted with this, most of you will attempt to deride me with paltry, nonsensical invective and vitriolic vituperations to protect what minuscule amount of self-esteem you possess. These predictions are not the result of mere intuition, of course. In actuality, I have run several simulations using my brain alone on the possible consequences of my publication of this digital manuscription. My reply to all of you digital detractors is that if you so desire to demonstrate that you are brainier than I, then arrange for an intellectual debate between you and me on a topic of your choosing, any time or place. My schedule is very pliable as I’ve already won over 4 dozen nobel prizes, so I’m perfectly willing to put a temporary halt to my research, if you could even call it that (I speculate without demur that none of your debate skills will be enough of a problem for me to the point where I will be forced to snap out out of my subconscious simulations to employ the use of those neurons). Besides, I don’t want to be a glory hog and leave none of the secrets of the universe left for unlocking. You know, let the dogs have their day and all of that. I already know that none of you simpletons with your senescent synapses will be able to match up to my vast vernacular and verbiage, my mental dexterity with declension, and my phrenic puissance with my phraseology and pronunciation. In a matter of seconds (or possibly longer, if I’ve overestimated your already positively benthic IQs when running my simulations), you’ll fly into cantankerous conniptions after my consummate trouncing and repudiation of every single one of the “facts” that you hold so dear as proof of your purported intellect. And in response to those who claim, overcome with envy and spite, that as intelligent as I am, I will never sleep with anyone: I don’t need to. I am quite capable of simulating, to the meagerest tactile sensation, every position in the Kama Sutra (as well as a few I myself have devised for maximum oxytocin and endorphin release) simultaneously in a few seconds, and the only reason it takes even that long is because I am prolonging the simulation in order to enjoy the experience: I could do it in hundredths of a millisecond if I so wish. However, for someone with such acute acumen as I, life is far too easy. When pure ennui drives you to calculate the movements of the 27 subatomic particles you’ve discovered and how they interact with one another in the 2,038th dimension using a base 3.2407 quadrillion number system, you realize that the universe and its infinite copies and offshoots offer nothing more to you. Except, that is, for Johnny Test. Even for an individual with such altitudinous IQ such as myself, it’s difficult to understand every single subtle joke and reference. That’s not to say I don’t understand any of the plenitude of allusions, in fact, I am able to comprehend virtually every single one. For example, one minutia most of you would fail to notice is when Susan’s chin moves two extra pixels further than in any of the previous episodes when she talks during the seventeenth second of the fifth minute of season 3 episode 10. Hardly any of you would conceive of the fact that this is a reference to the exact number, down to 84 significant figures, of the percent change in total nitrogen in the Earth’s atmosphere due to the eructation of a small cynodont 257 million years ago. There are more examples I could give, such as the color of the walls of the sisters’ lab being a slightly different hue from the norm in season 4 episode 19 (a reference to the presence of approximately 2.9 millimoles of ammonium diuranate in the ink of a Chinese manuscript dated 1256 BCE), but that would detract from the intended purpose of this writing. Johnny Test is a work of art, a perfect concoction of knowledge from a multitude of academic fields that combine to make a program that is the only form of media I have ever encountered that has been even somewhat laborious for me to fathom, and I’m talking about someone who altered the biochemistry and chirality of their body in order to make it more efficient than the prodigality that is the human body. My temples ache with the pain of having to pump copious amounts of Testium (an element I discovered that takes the role of oxygen in my unique biochemistry, named after my favorite show of course) to my brain in order to comprehend what I have just watched. And to everybody who claims that the reason my temples are sore or why I have “delusions of grandeur” are due to my being “high” or whichever way you aim to construe my exegesis of an episode, you will hear vocalizations of a gelatological nature emanating from my larynx whilst Xyzyzyx the paisley pangolin (a treasured acquaintance of mine) and I reflect on your foolishness later that day. I await the furious fussilade of odious obluquies and belittling bombast in the comments below. “Too long; Did not read”: Did you really think I would include one of these silly little things at the bottom of my witty wordsmithery? It's not my fault if you can't handle my de trop of definitions or my lexical linguipotence! Get back up there and read it, even if you have to go through it with dictionary in hand.
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Theory: The Real World Isn't Fake, It's 'Augmented'

I've seen theories before suggesting that the “real world” we're seeing in season 3 is some sort of simulation or another extension to the park. Based on what we've seen in S03E01 I think we can all agree something is definitely not right with the real world – but I think it's a bit different.
What if the world we're seeing is real – but covered up in some kind of augmented reality overlay? My suspicion after the newest episode is that the real world has been devastated to some degree (at least certain cities) and is more akin to the wasteland we saw at the end the Season 2 finale. But augmented reality has been used to make everything look nice and glossy (“Like they put a coat of paint on it,” as one character says).
I believe we've seen very brief glimpses of the real world cities through Caleb's war flashbacks, but everything else we've seen is an augmented reality covering created somehow to make people feel more comfortable that they live in a near wasteland. Whatever war Caleb was in, or perhaps some other event, has significantly reduced the human population.
To be clear I don't think EVERYTHING in this world is overlayed – just major cities we've seen like LA. I believe the meat farm we see Bernard working at and later the village he washes up at in China are real places and give us a small peek into how the rest of the world is doing.
Do people know they live in an augmented city? I believe so, but I think they've (somewhat) accepted it. If you live in squalor at least putting a shiny augmented reality overlay on the whole thing makes it easier to deal with. The wealthy still enjoy their privilege so it's easier for them to adjust. It also makes things like Westworld much more attractive – if you can go to a place that you know is definitely fake it helps you feel like your sorta-fake world is more real. (Check the philosopher Baudrillard for more on this idea).
There's a lot of things we can point to in this episode alone to support this theory:
**** SPOILERS FOR SEASON 3, EPISODE 1***
– Augmented reality already exists in this world: From the opening scene we're shown that technology exists capable of creating very realistic and lifelike holograms/augmented reality – real enough to trick a guy into accidentally slamming his head into the side of a pool. Granted this was done via glasses, but we've seen already that technology in this world scales. They have realistic-sounded AI voice bots – but they also have sophisticated robots/beings like the Hosts as well. What we're seeing could be the large-scale, version of this augmented tech.
- The amenities: We've seen the lengths that have been taken to make sure people are comfortable/adjusted in this world. The chatbots sound like real people. There's a subscription service that lets you talk to an AI simulation of a dead friend. Caleb's dying mother is in a hospice room with a giant screen overhead that I assume plays soothing images for her 24/7. The rich guy we meet in the episode opening seems to have some sort of app that controls the environment/atmosphere around his home at will. These are all things put in place to help people adjust to the “coat of paint.”
- Dolores' dress: This was an awesome “YAS queen!” moment. But why the transforming dress? Dolores going from a (comparatively) plain black dress to an extravagant one could be a visual metaphor for what's happening with the entire city.
- The man at the Incite party: While Dolores is at the cocktail party a drunken man makes some remarks closer to older fan theories, that this whole world is some sort of fake simulation. I don't think he's right, but I think he's expressing an exaggeration of truth that has been wearing on him (remember, everyone knows it's all augmented). He may be wondering that if they can paint over the world to make it glossy why wouldn't they just create an entirely simulated world all together?- The emptiness: Save for some gatherings at various parties we've seen, the cities we've seen have been rather empty looking. Most of the streets seem nearly deserted if not entirely empty. And at night people seem to be able to commit crime right out in the open without much worry of being caught by law enforcement. This would seem to imply a world of limited human resources (i.e. there's not enough people to be cops).
- The Rico app. Yes, it's built with blockchain technology but how could an app that allows people to run around committing crime GTA style persist unless there weren't enough resources to actually stop it? For an real-wold example: Remember Silk Road a few years ago? It thrived for a few years, used blockchain/bitcoin, but was eventually shut down by law enforcement.
-Rehoboam: I'm not Jewish or a biblical scholar so please correct me if I'm off-base here. My understanding is that in the Bible Rehoboam is the son/successor of Solomon who's leadership lead to the fracturing of the empire Solomon built. We know Caleb is the veteran of some unnamed war. What if that war has in some way decimated humanity and now the Rehoboam system is helping to oversee the fractured remnants of humanity? Also, consider Rehoboam's role in the world – it seems to essentially assign people jobs/functions based on aggregated data on them. The CEO of Incite pitches this as a way to ensure people are overall happier and productive. But what if there was another reason? What if the low population numbers mean there simply aren't enough people who can/want to do essential functions? At an extreme this would necessitate some sort of system or means to force people into roles in order to manage resources. People like Caleb are subject to this, but my bet is the rich and wealthy (i.e. folks who run/work for Incite and Delos) are insulated from this.
Thanks for reading my novel. I'd love to hear what other people think is going on in the city. Granted, this is all based on a single episode and it could all be a bunch of red-herrings and misdirection (we know the show creators browse Reddit theories), but I'm excited to see how it all plays out.
EDIT: Spelling of Dolores - Thanks AutoMod!
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BSG: 'We have discarded the game is for fun doctrine' / 'The game […] is not intended for casual gamers […]' / 'We'll stay true to our concept of hardcore realism in everything.' --- We should have a hard discussion about realism.

We should have a hard discussion about realism.

First, let me say that anyone who comes in with the argument: 'The game cannot be fully realistic because it is not uninstalling after pmc death...' should remove himself from the topic right now, because he has the reasoning capacity of a hamster.
Take a look at this image of various quotes from BSG interviews: (some are google translated from other languages)

Image compilation of interview quotes

Images: https://imgur.com/a/ZDNNkNT
Mein-MMO: Aren't you worried that strong realism could make the game too difficult for casual gamers to shy away from?
Battlestate Games: In the first place, the game is basically not intended for casual gamers. And we try to convey this from the first impression. The success and effectiveness of the combat system will depend heavily on the knowledge of the game and the understanding of modern combat.

Remove ammo + gun + armor balance

All the weapons are absolutely real and have truly lifelike physical properties
Fully automatic fire ingame vs real life:
https://imgur.com/a/GZz4ndE
Teenage boy shooting glock18c: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZF4Jda7kXKI&feature=youtu.be&t=182
Some might make the argument that then everyone would hipfire in close combat. So what? That is realistic, and it is balanced by:
Oops all of these three don't matter anymore:
What would fix all of that?
Most of that was like this early in Tarkov's development. Hit to a black limb would kill a player. Then it was nerfed to damage being distributed with a multiplier of 2x to other limbs, until that multiplier was removed. Now a player can walk around with FIVE .308 M80 hits and still fight and run around with 40 hp left.
Why? Because idiots using armor as a healthpool to tank damage complained about 'leg meta' which in reality means enemies shooting the exposed parts. That type of stupidity should force them into re-evaluating tactics. However players who don't use cover managed to get BSG to design the game around their tactical failures. BSG is virtually rewarding players for playing bad, instead of rewarding players for using realistic tactics.
This is an inversion of the original promise:
Battlestate Games: In the first place, the game is basically not intended for casual gamers. And we try to convey this from the first impression. The success and effectiveness of the combat system will depend heavily on the knowledge of the game and the understanding of modern combat.

'If the game is too hard no one will play it!'

That is just not true. Players will keep playing more the harder a game is.
Players want:
I think BSG wants 'too hard' too. As you can see in one of the quotes. Their own words:
Battlestate Games: In the first place, the game is basically not intended for casual gamers. And we try to convey this from the first impression. The success and effectiveness of the combat system will depend heavily on the knowledge of the game and the understanding of modern combat.
BSG borked that part by replacing hard with the rush of picking up items from the ground, which created a runaway diablo gameplay addiction for casual players, who downvote everything that gets in the way of the 'fun' of picking up stuff. Then it's a closed feedback loop that reinforces more and more loot collecting.
There is a hideout where players FARM bitcoins. This is a perverse inversion of the hardcore realism proposition. Players farm fetch quests to spawn gold coins in their stash. And they only come out when the gear is exactly what they want. This thing went off the rails.

What dis?

This list of interview quotes was compiled so the newer players can understand why some of the older tarkov players are so angry with the game at times. It was intended as an ultra realistic combat simulator, not a loot farm.
BSG likely has their goal to get as many people as possible to play, so the game gets into the billion (that is million x1000) revenue category, like PUBG.
I get that BSG won't jump off that money train and reverse the game to its original promise. At the least they should offer a second game mode that throws out balance, and models everything to realism. (That's going to be the mode everyone will play anyway after the reddit whining will stop, but that is for another time).
The player amounts are large enough for that.
Not a small team, not a small amount of players.

BSG made their success with hard work, however there should to be room for hard realism.

BSG did great work with making this game, however there should be room for the original promise, in form of a separate gamemode.
It would be simple, just replicate reality for that separate mode, every ammo type and armor, 1:1 to reality. Let helmets be useless, because their job in combat is to protect from shrapnel, concussion and perhaps some grazed rounds.
Just give the realism players their own niche to play in.

There are no chads

One more thing I would like to write about. Players like to classify groups into 'chads' and 'rats'. However to me, chads are just hamsters.
Rats are amazing, they are resilient animals that go out and get done what they need to do, under the worst circumstance. Hamsters only go out in absolute safety and stuff their pouches.
so u want 2 b a rat or a hamster? let's talk about ur future
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How and Why to Balance A.I. Spawn Locations, Density, Behaviors, and Loot Tables

A.I. stats seemingly provide a subtle effect to gameplay, but in reality these easily adjustable, “ninja stats,” contribute significantly to the overall gameplay experience in Escape From Tarkov. A.I. stat tables texture the in-raid experience by playing a key role in the economy, and impact immersion and incentive factors or resource texturing. Having purchased my first account on December 28, 2016, I have had plenty of time to take note of how these factors have affected players through every phase of development since nearly the beginning of public launch and I have determined that the subject has gone largely overlooked in discussions of the overall gameplay experience.
Scavs texture each map by determining player pathing through incentive placement. Players should see scav spawns as potential loot and exp resources that accentuate different areas of the map, but with the current deemphasized/randomized loot tables players rarely seek out these locations. This means that scavs become a mere annoyance for many players, or in some cases, they become rarely sought out locations for completing some entry level quests. Once a player has passed these quests they no longer seek out scav spawns and go straight for high tier loot spawns as these tend to attract more players. Players rarely wander the entire map searching for scavs that may or may not be there. New and casual players rarely understand the locations, behaviors, or loot tables of scavs and are therefore surprised by them as undergeared players and if they succeed find that scavs rarely provide seriously useful or fun loot.
One example of how this resource texturing is working correctly right now is in factory bathroom. Right now players are grouping up in the EFT Official Discord and grinding out scavs in the factory bathroom, and they are having a lot of fun. New players are finding consistent exp and loot, and they are able to work with and learn from more experienced players. It works on factory right now, but it not effective on all maps, and the loot tables should be tweaked significantly in order to make this more effective.
In terms of map resource texturing, I propose that scavs should spawn in an orderly way in larger groups, at specific locations, with dynamic sequential spawning. Dynamic sequential spawning means that instead of 2-3 scavs spawning at 3-4 different locations on a given map, they should spawn in groups of 5-6 in one initial location, after the first patrol is wiped a second patrol spawns at a known secondary location, once this patrol is wiped a third patrol of 5-6 scavs spawns at a known third location, and so on. There could easily be 5-10 sequential, ordered scav spawn locations on any given map. For example, on Woods, Wood Camp could be the first spawn location and they could patrol around the perimeter of the camp in a fairly tight group (say 10-15 meter spread), second could be RAUF patrolling from East to West along the road, third West Border, fourth South-V, fifth East Gate, sixth Scav House, seventh Marked Circle, eight Wood Camp again, ninth Mountain Stash, tenth Gate to Factory. By doing this you would have a total potential of 50-60 scavs spawning throughout a raid if players systematically clear patrols, and yet there would only be 5-6 scavs on the map at a given time which reduces lag and performance issues. This would also concentrate PVP around these patrols.
By providing ordered static patrols on each map players no longer find themselves wandering around the map checking an infinite number of angles, trying to decide where to go and what to do. It also disrupts the rushing of high tier loot spawns by incentivising players to engage with scavs who behave as a group in larger numbers than we have now. Texturing a map through ordered static scav spawns introduces two problems with scavs; the practical and market value of scav loot, and the RNG introduced by high pen/damage ammo that scavs can spawn with. Currently, scav loot tables are unpredictable.
Sometimes when you kill a scav you get stupidly high value items like for example you can kill a scav now and get a Fal (50k)+Keycard(100K)+Rare Key(100k-2mil)+T4 armor(50-100k)+Pilgrim(30-40k) - we are looking at a potential profit of 330k-2.3m roubles. On the other hand it is common to find scavs with a mosin and scav vest, or a pistol+vest+t-bag - pointless items that nobody cares about. One third of the time, maybe less, you get a reasonable loadout from a scav, maybe an AK or shotgun with a decent rig and an MBSS.
These “reasonable loadouts” are extremely useful to new players and can provide a little buffer to the unforgiving experience of EFT for new and casual players. Also, if you are a hardcore player looking for moderate gains you can go wipe one patrol and walk out with 4-5 shotguns and AKs, providing a reasonable 120-150k profit. Chances are the casuals will actually use the AKs and shotguns, and the hardcore players will mod the AKs and sell the shotguns, removing currency from the economy by buying mods, which is useful for balancing the economy. It’s a win-win for casual, new, and hardcore players.
This brings us the to the second issue with scavs which is the RNG created by high pen ammo that they spawn with fairly often. This needs to stop because it makes it so that casuals and hardcore players don’t want to run high tier gear at all. They know that one Bush Wookie or terminator A.I. with a mosin, vepr hunter, or Fal can delete them in one shot. This is fine if its a PMC with a mosin, but nobody should be getting one-tapped through gear by a scav, PERIOD. I don’t care if it’s more realistic. This game is not actually about realism it is about immersion which is a game-design mechanic not a realism mechanic. If you haven’t realized this about EFT yet, then simply refer to the clip of Nikita referencing the secure containers multiple times on different podcasts and videos as “Magic.” But I digress… It is about balance, fun, and intensity, not a war simulator.
Get these high tier bullets OUT of the scav loot tables completely. It does not make the game more fun for anyone. We want players to bring in high tier gear because it allows players to experience these beautifully crafted items, which is really the point of the game - the experience you get when you get to USE nice gear that you worked hard to earn. Players would be much less likely to horde currency to destabilize the economy and much more likely to bring in decent loadouts if this one issue of high pen ammo on scavs was resolved. We have players with 50-100 mil inventory values who STILL run a t3 chest and a ssh-68 every raid because they know that running anything else is too risky.
In place of these vepr hunters, Fals, and mosins, I propose a number of drastic changes to the loot tables themselves which could easily be made through “ninja tweaks.” Get rid of all high value loot from scavs and replace it with MORE moderately valued items. New players don’t need labs keycards, they don’t need vases, Fals, and other high value low practicality items. New and casual players need fun and useful items to get them through their raids. Tier 2-3 armor so they don’t get one tapped by any and every scav and pistol player with a PM or shotgun. Decent meds, especially that stop bleeds and limping. So here is my new proposed loot table for all scavs:
Meds provide a much needed buffer for new and casual players. Primary weapons should not be overly useless, such as the Toz. Primary weapons should not be overpowered, I’ve mentioned these already. Instead these primary weapons should be AK-based, or shotgun based, and they should be running PS/PP ammo or buckshot. A pack of 5-6 scavs with AKs and shotguns makes for a fun fight. It would be cool to see them switching to sidearms as they use up their ammo, and adding a pistol to every scav on top of their primary injects more mid/low tier USEFUL gear into the game so that a new player can get two raids out of killing one scav. This means that If two new players working together manage to clear two patrols of 5-6 scavs in one raid and make it out, then they are each set for at least ten failed raids.
And trust me, this is a really important metric for understanding the new player experience. Every time a new player dies they are asking themselves, “How many more failed raids do I have left before I quit this game?” This stuff doesn’t seem important to most of us who have been playing for years or those hardcore players who play eight hours a day, but it makes a huge difference for new player retention. Guns make sense to new players, especially fully automatic AKs and mp-153s. Keycards, SanKeys, car batteries, bitcoins, confuse new players and hardcore players would rather run to their static spawns than bother farming scavs for a chance at a rare item. Once these loot tables change, combined with ordered-sequential scav spawning, players will stay in raid longer, experiencing more action, and see the whole map in a way that makes sense and has some sense of predictability. This game already has plenty of RNG, plenty of risk, plenty of freedom and intensity. It is time to hone it in and bring logic to the game. Create a textured, hand-crafted experience that showcases the artistic value of this game.
These changes that I have suggested don’t even require a patch. We know that these metrics can be changed very quickly and easily and would drastically change the gameplay experience for the better. By focusing resources through these usages of scavs on each map it conditions players to think about their raids in a linear way, which goes against the survival genre, but distinguish EFT within the genre. Providing a more “on the rails” survival “theme-park” experience for each map also conditions the playerbase for what is to come for EFT: The Storyline. You don’t want players to suddenly go from total freedom to suddenly being hit with a structured storyline. You want to ease them into it, and what I propose here does just that and much more.
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Listen here, simpletons.

Is this good?
All over the internet, I notice you churlish cretins lauding the supposedly intellectual television program known as Rick and Morty to make yourselves appear more intelligent by extension, as you are ardent watchers of the aforementioned show. However, you piddling planarians only succeed in illustrating how vapid you really are, as Rick and Morty has the intellectual depth of a petri dish. Truly, the most noetic show is neither Rick and Morty, the Big Bang Theory, Jimmy Neutron, nor any other deluge of drivel you deludable dimwits bombard your brains with. Rather, it is Johnny Test, a pinnacle of animation, sound design, acting, and plot. Despite this, most of you sniveling sub-10000s (someone with an IQ under 10000: for the record, my IQ is several orders of magnitude higher than this; my reason for my usage of this term is simply because I am partial to the number 10000) will dismiss Johnny Test as another subpar piece of rubbish from Teletoon, but you all fail to realize how much genius goes into producing that show. I have watched Johnny Test since I was a juvenile, and already I bear an IQ so toweringly high no known test can measure it (that is to say, no known test for humans can measure it: when using the scale with which computer processing power is evaluated, I clock in at over 8.3 trecentillion yottaflops). I have memorized every facet of human knowledge and only used 32.8% of my potential intelligence (my remaining neurons I allocate towards personal use, research, and wealthy companies for use as server farms and bitcoin mines). Not only that, but I have transformed all of the atoms in my being into a quantum computer to serve as an extension to my enormous encephalon, which handles the menial tasks and other trivialities associated with existence (such as respiration, ingestion, digestion, socializing, et cetera). Capable of perorating proficiently in every method of communication in the world, I have developed my own language that employs a manifold of grammar rules, and I created it all while thrashing a coalition of humanity’s smartest supercomputers in a game of Tic-Tac-Toe (for those who say that Tic-Tac-Toe is “easy,” think about the all the times you’ve played Tic-Tac-Toe: a majority were ties, no? Think about that, and also about the fact that a single, solitary supercomputer, much less over a dozen, is smarter than millions of you combined). And no, you cannot see me type this language because it is purely telepathic. At this point, I can imagine several of you already typing frantically in a fervent effort to keep your egos afloat in the face of such psychological grandeur. That’s right, the collective intelligence of all of you, if we’re using luminosity as an analogy, is akin to a diminutive candle in comparison to the massive quasar that represents my mind. Confronted with this, most of you will attempt to deride me with paltry, nonsensical invective and vitriolic vituperations to protect what minuscule amount of self-esteem you possess. These predictions are not the result of mere intuition, of course. In actuality, I have run several simulations using my brain alone on the possible consequences of my publication of this digital manuscription. My reply to all of you digital detractors is that if you so desire to demonstrate that you are brainier than I, then arrange for an intellectual debate between you and me on a topic of your choosing, any time or place. My schedule is very pliable as I’ve already won over 4 dozen nobel prizes, so I’m perfectly willing to put a temporary halt to my research, if you could even call it that (I speculate without demur that none of your debate skills will be enough of a problem for me to the point where I will be forced to snap out out of my subconscious simulations to employ the use of those neurons). Besides, I don’t want to be a glory hog and leave none of the secrets of the universe left for unlocking. You know, let the dogs have their day and all of that. I already know that none of you simpletons with your senescent synapses will be able to match up to my vast vernacular and verbiage, my mental dexterity with declension, and my phrenic puissance with my phraseology and pronunciation. In a matter of seconds (or possibly longer, if I’ve overestimated your already positively benthic IQs when running my simulations), you’ll fly into cantankerous conniptions after my consummate trouncing and repudiation of every single one of the “facts” that you hold so dear as proof of your purported intellect. And in response to those who claim, overcome with envy and spite, that as intelligent as I am, I will never sleep with anyone: I don’t need to. I am quite capable of simulating, to the meagerest tactile sensation, every position in the Kama Sutra (as well as a few I myself have devised for maximum oxytocin and endorphin release) simultaneously in a few seconds, and the only reason it takes even that long is because I am prolonging the simulation in order to enjoy the experience: I could do it in hundredths of a millisecond if I so wish. However, for someone with such acute acumen as I, life is far too easy. When pure ennui drives you to calculate the movements of the 27 subatomic particles you’ve discovered and how they interact with one another in the 2,038th dimension using a base 3.2407 quadrillion number system, you realize that the universe and its infinite copies and offshoots offer nothing more to you. Except, that is, for Johnny Test. Even for an individual with such altitudinous IQ such as myself, it’s difficult to understand every single subtle joke and reference. That’s not to say I don’t understand any of the plenitude of allusions, in fact, I am able to comprehend virtually every single one. For example, one minutia most of you would fail to notice is when Susan’s chin moves two extra pixels further than in any of the previous episodes when she talks during the seventeenth second of the fifth minute of season 3 episode 10. Hardly any of you would conceive of the fact that this is a reference to the exact number, down to 84 significant figures, of the percent change in total nitrogen in the Earth’s atmosphere due to the eructation of a small cynodont 257 million years ago. There are more examples I could give, such as the color of the walls of the sisters’ lab being a slightly different hue from the norm in season 4 episode 19 (a reference to the presence of approximately 2.9 millimoles of ammonium diuranate in the ink of a Chinese manuscript dated 1256 BCE), but that would detract from the intended purpose of this writing. Johnny Test is a work of art, a perfect concoction of knowledge from a multitude of academic fields that combine to make a program that is the only form of media I have ever encountered that has been even somewhat laborious for me to fathom, and I’m talking about someone who altered the biochemistry and chirality of their body in order to make it more efficient than the prodigality that is the human body. My temples ache with the pain of having to pump copious amounts of Testium (an element I discovered that takes the role of oxygen in my unique biochemistry, named after my favorite show of course) to my brain in order to comprehend what I have just watched. And to everybody who claims that the reason my temples are sore or why I have “delusions of grandeur” are due to my being “high” or whichever way you aim to construe my exegesis of an episode, you will hear vocalizations of a gelatological nature emanating from my larynx whilst Xyzyzyx the paisley pangolin (a treasured acquaintance of mine) and I reflect on your foolishness later that day. I await the furious fussilade of odious obluquies and belittling bombast in the comments below. “Too long; Did not read”: Did you really think I would include one of these silly little things at the bottom of my witty wordsmithery? It's not my fault if you can't handle my de trop of definitions or my lexical linguipotence! Get back up there and read it, even if you have to go through it with dictionary in hand.
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Jews have real life time machine(s) and they want me to think that particle accelerators are actually time machines.

Previous post was deleted by a mod because of rule 4. To give me the impression that not everyone on the internet know who I am perhaps? Well it's not gonna work. The mods here even want me to know that they know who I am which is why the new mod account OB1_kenobi. Anyway re-posting with possibly threatening language removed and some other changes/additions. 🤷🏻‍♂️
All jews know who I am in real life and are "watching" me Truman Show style not just in the present but also in the future. How cool is that? They want me to think that particle accelerators are actually time machines. There is even a documentary called "The World's First Time Machine" suggesting that all they can do with their time machines is receive messages from the future (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0867212/). As shown in a South Park episode also. They had phones that could be used to call people in the past but they were meant for prank calls only. 🤣
By now I already think that the internet is just AOL. A = me (aMErica?); Me = Satan; "Satan Online" (I am Satan apparently 🤣). So everyone on the internet already know about the existence of time machine(s) and other advanced tech. Also noticed that country names may be fake so everyone in the world may indeed know who I am in real life. But posting this just in case jews also have mass "neuralization" tech as shown at the end of the movie Men In Black 2. Or like that Steve Carell movie (Date Night) where his character gave money to scammers saying that he knew they were scammers but was giving them money anyway, just in case they were not.
The jews may have seen that the "end is nigh" with their time machine(s) and instead of "repenting" they came up with the "Q psyop" to try and save their jew world. 🤣 And it seems like a generational psyop at this point because they even used their time machine(s) in the Charlie Chaplin movie "Modern Times" (see, it even has "time" in it 🤣).
The jews have been "showing off" their time machine(s) to me using their jew media. It seems to me now that ALL media is jew media. TV shows, movies, music, video games, news, books, etc. And it's not just hollywood but also bollywood, tollywood, rollywood and whatever other "woods" there are. They all know who I am in real life apparently. Combined with their remote mind surveillance/control tech (or whatever it is they call it) they can make it seem like the actors in TV shows or movies know what I am thinking/doing while watching a particular scene (sometimes even if I am within earshot). And now that I know, I can even make fun of the actors just by thinking. I also tried looking up some of their death days (in case of old actors in old movies) and letting them know when they are gonna die but they have put up fake death days and causes of death on sites like imdb and wikipedia, and in some cases not mentioning death days at all. For example, when I was a kid I heard that Charlie Chaplin was apparently choked to death by his fellow actors and everyone thought they were acting, whereas in Charlie Chaplin's wikipedia entry it says that he died in his sleep. 🤷🏻‍♂️ I also managed to show some of them what they would look like in the future (jewesses mostly 😁) because of which they even made it difficult to find newer photos of them in imdb or not posting photos at all. 🤣
Oh yes, the jews can look up their actual death days using their time machine(s) but don't because it may be a "Brave Jew World" but it's not that brave. 🤣 Was also reminded of the website deathclock.com and noticed they used their time machine(s) to leave messages for me (the emails sent to the "owner" of the website and his replies were actually meant for me). And whatever happened to stickdeath.com? 🤣 I am guessing the emails posted on that site and the owner's replies were also meant for me. Since they have time machine(s), they know which websites I will be visiting and when, and can leave messages meant for me beforehand on comment sections, forums, etc.
They are also showing off their time machine(s) using video games like GTA V. For example I replayed the "Repossession" mission (https://gta.fandom.com/wiki/Repossession) just after buying a motorcycle last year. The motorcycle just so happens to be a TVS Apache (https://tvsmotor.com) and one of the characters mentions having "Apache" blood. Not sure if the jews wanted me to buy the motorcycle or not but I believe they most likely wanted me to buy the TVS NtorQ (it had bluetooth and everything 🤣). Now that I have already purchased the Apache, they have added bluetooth and electronic fuel injection to the 2020 model and I am stuck with no bluetooth and a carburetor instead. 😒 They also have a scooter called Jupiter (not Saturn 🤣).
Also realized that I am supposed to be the crazy frog (the most annoying thing in the world; Satan is also supposed to be pepe the frog 🤷🏻‍♂️) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k85mRPqvMbE (as foretold by jews 🤣)
When playing Assassin's Creed I noticed the message when the game is launched claiming that the game was "made by a mulitcultural team of various religious faiths and beliefs" and found it odd at the time. Now I realize it's because the game was actually made by a "multicultural" team of jews. Didn't pay much attention to the story but I am sure they used their time machine(s) on that game also. And when playing Forza Horizon 4 recently, they "gifted" me with a "Santa" outfit trying to hint that they know who I am and that Satan is also supposed to be Santa. That's why there was that movie "Bad Santa" I am guessing. 🤣
The first time I thought someone out there definitely has time machines is when I was watching the "Timeless" episode of "Star Trek: Voyager" (https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Timeless_(episode) ). I was having salami sandwiches during the following scene and it was technically "lunch".
"Shield Generators?" "Online." "Plasma flow?" "Stable." "Comm. link?" "Secure." "Lunch?" "(pause) Salami sandwiches."
  • Harry Kim and Chakotay, just before entering the slipstream in the Delta Flyer
This happened either in 2016 or 2017 whereas the episode was apparently made in 1998. Didn't even notice the name of the episode at the time and only noticed when I looked it up again and posted about it on the 8chan "qresearch" board. I also thought of the possiblity that I am living in a simulation or something and that the episode was being "generated" or "rendered" live but that was not the case since I later noticed that such things happened even in TV shows that I had already watched before and remembered watching. For example, cartoons like Swat Kats (9/11 is just fake news meant for Satan; same goes for 26/11 I am guessing but Satan didn't pay much attention to it but did theorize that the US was responsible for that also 🤣) and Dexter's Laboratory.
Anyway, only after watching the entire first season of "Quantum Leap" and a few episodes of the second season (there is an episode where the main character says "oy vey, I am the rabbi") did I realize that it's none other than the jews who have time machine(s). I posted about jews having time machine(s) on 8chan for a while and then stopped posting since I had come to the conclusion that everyone already knew since I had been remembering past events and even in real life people (I believe they are jews) were providing hints that they already know about time machine(s) and that they can "see" me. For example even when I am out riding my motorcycle, they bring cars and other vehicles in front of me with license plates like "1CQ" (I see Q?), "14CQ" (I foresee Q?), 12CQ (I too see Q?), etc. Satan is "Q" apparently. The "Q" from LGBTQ (I think it's supposed to be a replacement for P 😐). Yesterday there was a car with a "1AM" license plate and I correctly guessed that they may have seen me stay up till 1 am because of this post. 🤷🏻‍♂️
I believe Satan is also supposed to be "L", "G", "B", and "T". For example, they have a Satan/devil character in South Park but have also been making fun of me using Mr. Garrison (they also use other characters to make fun of me). He was supposed to be gay, but later becomes a "tranny" and also a "lesbian", and then becomes a man again. 🤣 Even when they were making fun of Trump using Mr. Garrison, they were actually making fun of Satan. 🤣 I only thought "cancel south park" because I thought they were making fun of Trump whereas they and even Trump were making fun of Satan. 🤣 Satan still wants South Park cancelled (that's why "tegridy farms" in the latest season I am guessing). Same goes for "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy". They did cancel "Family Guy" once, didn't they? Probably because they knew Satan would want it cancelled in the future because they were being anti-Trump. Satan wanted Trump to win but turns out he is just an actor and that it's a jewess run jew world. That's why they are unwilling to even put out fake news about Hillary being sent to jail (real Satan wants Hillary in jail). 🤣
Time machine(s) are also being used to produce the cartoon Teen Titans Go. Was thinking about pirating the show after finding it pretty funny despite the fact that they were making fun of me and this episode was airing at the time - https://teen-titans-go.fandom.com/wiki/BL4Z3 .
There is also this episode called "Quantum Fun" - https://teen-titans-go.fandom.com/wiki/Quantum_Fun .
It's a sad, rainy day outside in Jump City, and Robin's in a similarly depressing mood. Not bothering to get dressed, he merely wears his bath robe wit a defeated look on his face. The other Titans, noticing that Robin's looking out his temporary sadness curtain again, wonder what's got him down. He explains his worries about their lives not being real—that it's all just a computer simulation. Raven slaps him in anger for bringing this nonsense up again, and the other berate him for watching The Matrix again.
Since time machine(s) exist it's definitely possible that I am living in a simulation. 😢 Santa is also shown in the cartoon, by the way. 🤣
Song from the show making fun of Satan - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvgYOIHtWDA (pyramid scheme money = Bitcoin!)
Anyway, since the jews have time machine(s) I believe now that all religions have been made up by them. Because Satan is also supposed to be Jesus, Shiva, Hanuman, etc. 🤣 They want me to think that particle accelerators are actually time machines and even have a Shiva statue at CERN ("gifted" by "desi" jews 🤣). That's why they were also posting about it on /conspiracy I believe. Like voat (goat), /conspiracy was also made for Satan I am guessing because Satan is a conspiracy nut. After reading fake news about bird flu, swine flu, etc. he thought perhaps some organization like PETA was genetically engineering them. But it turns out jews are "unofficial" cannibals so why would they care about other jews eating animals? Oh, and I believe voat was made so that Satan could "have his say" but someone banned one of Satan's voat accounts because they didn't like what Satan was saying. 🤣
Jews are hiding as Christians (forgot to add it previously 🤣), Hindus, Muslims (not a good disguise 🤣), Sikhs, Buddhists, Scientologists, Satanists (they are actually anti-Satan 🤣), etc. I had noticed people in this region (fake country since it's a jew world; and fake name based on Satan's real life name) with odd looking noses before but didn't know at the time that they were supposed to be jew noses (they are "desi" jews 🤣). I noticed that some of them are using the coronavirus fake news as an excuse to hide their jew noses with masks (that's the theory anyway). I now assume that everyone with any genetic defects whatsoever (like male pattern baldness) are also jews. But I also believe that it's possible that everyone at this point are jews/have jewish ancestry. Pure blood jews (they have the most genetic defects), half blood jews or mud bl