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Gorilla cooking
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Thread for geurilla cooking. I made butter out of raw milk today (picrel). This thread is /cyb/ related because western dystopian governments have literally SWAT'd amish farms over less.
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https://duckduckgo.com/?q=raw+milk+farm+raid&ia=web
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>>1300
Checked.
The bureaucracy gotta go.
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It's absurd. They spend more effort hunting down milk crime than they do human trafficking
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big dairy lobbies for raw milk bans because it puts small farms under. there are real health concerns with raw milk of course. people have the right to choose to consume it or not.
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>real health concerns with raw milk
Name them. Raw milk is superior to pasteurized in every conceivable way. Pasteurization kills the essential digestive enzymes - there is no such thing as lactose intolerance for raw milk - and kills off more than half of the soluble protein and nutrients.
The only justification for pasteurization is that it eliminates industrial contamination and can be kept for a much longer period of time (because the living parts are dead).
The only possible risk from raw milk versus processed is related to how fresh it is and the health of the cowes (which is also much higher in raw milk producers than industrial, because the milk isnt homogenized across 1000s of heads of cattle). Additionally, most industrial milk operations use hormones and antibiotics on their livestock to artificially boost their yields, both by making the cows more 'safe' (read, able to pass bureaucratic regulations) and to stimulate greater production of milk.
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I meant the excuses they use of cases of e coli or whatever. It was significant back when they milked cows in the city in disgusting conditions, but it's much rarer now. There are good tests available, but still some kids have died from raw milk in modern times.

I completely agree with you about the superiority of raw milk and the disgusting state of industrialized milk. That's why I'm doing a herd share from a local farmer so I can have some while I save up to buy land. I can't wait to milk goats and eventually a small cow again. Milk you milked by hand tastes unlike anything else.

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Bitcoins
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Can we have a bitcoin thread?

I have been meaning to donate to this website for some time now and came to conclusion that bitcoin offers best privacy while doing so.

https://bitcoin.org/en/
https://bitcoin.org/en/getting-started
https://bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet

I have been reading up on it and was wondering if anyone here uses bitcoin and which wallet are you using?

I am liking the idea of having offline cold storage on my olderlaptop for more security so I am considering getting "Armory" wallet.


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>>1260
How does Dogecoin factor into this?
Anonymous
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>>1262
The withdraw fees are 3 cents lower. However, I only use Cardano though for ADA -> BTC -> XMR since it's far less volatile than that reddit-tier meme coin. Don't buy any of that plebbit coin in large amounts or you might get wrecked.
Anonymous
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I rescind ADA. Go with Algorand instead. Bittrex is dying processing ADA orders.
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File (hide): D7ED447057836A06D85BF2B9DD24DAB8-5988539.mp4 (5.7 MB, Resolution:840x480 Length:00:01:27, The Perfect Crypto Meme.mp4) [play once] [loop]
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The Perfect Crypto Meme.
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this except silver
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>Veteran Investor Says Governments Are Planning to Totally Outlaw Bitcoin
>Veteran investor Ray Dalio warns that governments across the globe are planning to outlaw Bitcoin because the financial elite cannot tolerate something that they don’t have monopoly control over.
https://truthunmuted.org/veteran-investor-says-governments-are-planning-to-totally-outlaw-bitcoin/

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Technology and Science News
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Good news! AI is racist as fuck.

http://www.livescience.com/58675-artificial-intelligence-learns-biases-from-human-language.html

Archive
https://mlpol.net/archive/mlpol/13081.html

What are you doing to make pony waifus real
https://mlpol.net/archive/mlpol/11399.html
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Is Brave Browser still good?
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I would say no.
Brave is focused in to make money, nothing wrong with that, but the problem arises with the compromises taken to meet profitable targets.
Look at the team, the current picture shaved all the SJWs and foreigners from the roster, 2 years ago the roster was 4/5 times bigger and was infected by them. Did the company change its heart? I don't think so. By the way, to keep so many bureaucrats instead of coders is way telling what the organization is about.
My point is that Brave is a woke company and therefore can't be trusted.
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Wokeness stops to matter with something like brave that's open-source (they can't sneak in weird shit or add arbitrary limits) and is a client app that you can easily replace (lack of dependence in case they do somehow fuck it up), so there's little downside.

>>1288
It's basically just ungoogled chromium with some default extensions, and unless you care about the brave rewards meme (you shouldn't), then there's little reason to use it. Little reason to not use it either though (outside of maybe this https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/brave.html but the guy is overhyping it).
Anonymous
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>AI is racist as fuck.
Why, of course it is. AI and ML foment what's merely a reflection of reality, a high-resolution recognition of what's actually there. It's perhaps a bit more racist than a mirror, which is to say, very.
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>New Document Exposes How This Company Tracks Car Locations In Real-Time
>According to a document obtained by Motherboard, a tiny surveillance contractor based in Charleston, South Carolina, can locate and track newer model cars in any country. This data is being packaged up into a new service and pitched to the US government as a powerful surveillance technology.
>"Ulysses can provide our clients with the ability to remotely geo-locate vehicles in nearly every country except for North Korea and Cuba on a near real-time basis," the document written by The Ulysses Group, reads. "Currently, we can access over 15 billion vehicle locations around the world every month," the document adds.
>In new automobiles, intelligent sensors transmit an array of data (even including location) to the automaker or third parties. Aggregator companies then take this data and integrate them into packages based on the needs of their clients.
https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/new-document-exposes-how-company-can-track-your-car-real-time
https://www.vice.com/en/article/k7adn9/car-location-data-telematics-us-military-ulysses-group
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>Meet "Digit," A Humanoid Robot Testing Package Delivery From Curb To Doorstep
https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/meet-digit-humanoid-robot-testing-package-delivery-curb-doorstep
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUhuhIeQNos

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Deep Web Exploration/Raid?
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See the title. We should totally use this newly revived board to spark interest in the deep web, alternative tech, etc., just like what had happened around a year ago with archiving and DIY. At work right now but I'm gonna be downloading TOR onto this laptop and spending a bit exploring.

I wouldn't advocate for illegal activity, but just post whatever interests you or you think would be fun to visit as a board. I bet we could shake a forum or two up at the very least, eh?
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>>1265
Thanks anon. Watching now.
The jewtube link just in case:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSmGxw0GSq8
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>>1266
There is no 'proper' invidious, like there is no proper nitter, and no proper bibliogram. The projects are open source to encourage more hosts to maintain their own instances, and make them known to the wider public so that the load can be better distributed across them.
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>>1268
I didn't know.
Thanks for the update.
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There is a proper Invidous, https://invidio.us, but the guy got bored of it so now it just redirects to other hosts. It's useful for looking for a working instance, since they all occasionally break.
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The invidious site that was managed by the original developer was just another instance. It's no longer maintained as such, and now just points to other instances. There is no invidious proper, and there never was, just instances.
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>Dropping Docs On Darknets How People Got Caught Adrian Crenshaw
>Tor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28dOllHyoM0
Mirror: https://www.bitchute.com/video/H10Rsh1x9Foo/

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OPSEC
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How many layers of autism OPSEC are you on?

My router runs DD-WRT (Hardened), I use DNSCrypt, and I have a librebooted Dankpad running OpenBSD. (I use the thinkpad for things that require privacy) and I follow the obvious practices of OPSEC.

My main machine runs Debian GNU/Linux using only free software. I dual boot with windows server 2017

My home folder is encrypted using eCryptFS over in GNU/Linux land
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Anonymous
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Nigga you should consider moving to the U.S.
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Hot Identity Protection Tip.
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glad to see this topic got a bump. have another.
I am only just smart enough to install and deploy openwrt, does anyone know how to harden it?
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>install and deploy
I can't even seem to do that, just bricked a router the other day. Did you have to go through a couple steps or was it as easy as clicking "upload firmware" on the config screen?
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This was me, updating. It really wasn't too hard, just don't be a clueless newb and try to install firmware via a wireless connection. Be sure to follow the instructions to the letter, but it's got a decent GUI so it's much like using any other one after you get past the first part (which was exactly as described). Maybe try to practice with a cheaper router first if one's available. There's lots of used ones around.
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>InfoSec 101: Disk Encryption
>Securing your data versus an adversary with physical access to your devices
>In this article and guide we will discuss the whys and hows of securing your data versus an adversary that has physical access to your computing and data storage devices (desktops, laptops, cell phones, removable storage media, etc.).
https://wolfish.neocities.org/posts/articles/infosec_101_disk_encryption/
A very, very, very informative article.
Recommended is the introductory section about "plausible deniability" with Veracrypt.

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Liberty Enlightening the Deep Web
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Tor and The Hidden Wiki enlighten the world of the Deep Web.
If you have never visited if, please come and experience.
Download the Tor browser, please visit the following link.
It will surely be useful for you as a guidepost to the world of the Deep Web.
http://zqktlwiuavvvqqt4ybvgvi7tyo4hjl5xgfuvpdf6otjiycgwqbym2qad.onion/
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Do they also offer this through I2P?
Anonymous
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Currently only available in Tor.
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Bookmarked OP.

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Signal Message App is compromised
Anonymous
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>Court Docs Show FBI Can Intercept Encrypted Messages From Deep State-Backed ‘Signal’ App
>Signal may be compromised.
>When phones are in partial AFU mode, Signal messages can be seized by federal authorities and other potentially hostile interests. GrayKey and Cellebrite are the tools typically used by the FBI to gain this sensitive information, an expert has explained.
https://bigleaguepolitics.com/court-docs-show-fbi-can-intercept-encrypted-messages-from-deep-state-backed-signal-app/

Also from 2017:
>WikiLeaks Says the CIA Can “Bypass” Secure Messaging Apps Like Signal. What Does That Mean?
https://slate.com/technology/2017/03/wikileaks-says-the-cia-can-bypass-signal-what-does-that-mean.html

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Crypto
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What are the best crypto currencies to invest in?
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>A Dissident’s Guide to Cryptocurrency
https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2019/12/07/a-dissidents-guide-to-cryptocurrency/
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A misleading article with some wrong info, nevertheless is useful for newcomers to avoid traps.
Read the comments. Your mileage may vary.
>Buying and Using Bitcoin Anonymously / Without ID
>Looking to buy Bitcoin anonymously? Hate providing your photo ID to different Bitcoin exchanges? In this guide I will try to answer all your questions on how to buy Bitcoins and remain completely anonymous when using it.
https://99bitcoins.com/buy-bitcoin/anonymously-without-id/

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Vintage /tech/
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Does anyone else like older tech? I usually like computers and OS's from the 80's. If you have some old computers you like...plz share them
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>tfw still running my shit on a LG flatron screen
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https://twitter.com/50FirstTates/status/1331267627201728513
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I don't imagine using an old computer or OS because video games and software/hardware improvements are actually amazing
>love my 30 year old sennheiser headphones
>30 year old truck
hopefully I'll be able to 3d print parts for it in the coming decades since the junk yards are running out, thanks obama
>30+ year old tools
with lifetime warranties I've never utilized
>30+ year old cast iron, silverware, cutlery, china
all older than me
>really like old furniture and homes but own none
:(
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>tfw you will never get to take an LCD monitor and build it into a CRT monitor's casing purely for the aesthetic
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What for? Just get a CRT. If you're lucky you can pick up a high-end one for cheap
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my GPU only has HDMI ports and I have no adapters

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Robowaifu Thread
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This thread is all about robo horse waifus. What would be the major technological challenges? How close is current technology? What would you want in your robowaifu?

biopone discussion goes here >>236 →
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Anonymous
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This here should give some people here some hope: Motorized Walking ATAT using Servos and Arduino -https://hackaday.io/project/175888-motorized-walking-atat-using-servos-and-arduino - I saw this and was thinking of you, I didn't really want to, but here I am.
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>Kazakh bodybuilder finally marries sex-doll fiance 'Margo' after Covid delay
>Kazakh bodybuilder and self-proclaimed 'sexy maniac' Yuri Tolochko has finally tied the knot with sex-doll bride 'Margo' in a silicone ceremony after months of Covid-related hindrances.
https://www.rt.com/sport/507940-kazakh-bodybuilder-sex-doll/
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/robowaifu/ has it's birthday today, it's five now: https://alogs.theguntretort.com/robowaifu/res/1591.html#q7224
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Here are some of the best on topic anime I watched. There's also Chobits, but that's a bit slow and some might think it's boring. Or Saber Marionette, which is a bit more on the comical side.
The above are mostly rather action oriented with some story and not really silly. Plastic memories, though, is rather about a emotional story, meaning of life and such, not so much action.
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Hey! Just a reminder: The robowaifu development on alogs is still going on. Reports on other people doing similar stuff, like building a waifu-like sexdoll are also being shared, since this can at least partiall being used as a pattern or for inspiration. There are also some OT but related developments going on, like work on a game, using the voices of these little ponies you seem to like so much.
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https://www.hackster.io/petoi/opencat-845129
https://www.petoi.com/about
https://github.com/PetoiCamp/OpenCat

Just found this thing, there is a group of people creating a robotic cat pet, not sure if this will be of any use to anybody here but it reminds me of that one robot pony project made by Russians i've heard about few years ago.

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