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Black holes do not exist where space and time do not exist, says new theory
"In gravity's rainbow, space does not exist below a certain minimum length, and time does not exist below a certain minimum time interval," Ali, a physicist at the Zewail City of Science and Technology and Benha University, both in Egypt, told Phys.org. "So, all objects existing in space and occurring at a time do not exist below that length and time interval [which are associated with the Planck scale]. As the event horizon is a place in space which exists at a point in time, it also does not exist below that scale."
space 
5 minutes ago by warrenellis
The Doves Type Revival | The Casual Optimist
"Between August 1916 and January 1917 Cobden-Sanderson, a printer and bookbinder, dropped more than a tonne of metal printing type from the west side of the bridge. He made around 170 trips in all from his bindery beside the pub, a distance of about half a mile, and always after dusk. At the start he hurled whole pages of type into the river; later he threw it like bird seed from his pockets. Then he found a small wooden box with a sliding lid, for which he made a handle out of tape—perfect for sprinkling the pieces into the water, and not too suspicious to bystanders."
printing  history  crime  weird 
35 minutes ago by warrenellis
55,000-year-old skull links modern man in vicinity of Neanderthals
"Characteristics of a partial skull recently discovered in Manot Cave in Israel's West Galilee provide the earliest evidence that modern humans co-inhabited the area with Neanderthals and could have met and interbred 55,000 years ago."
history 
yesterday by warrenellis
Smugglers Use SENTRI Drivers To Move Drugs Across San Diego Border | KPBS
"Drug smugglers are turning "trusted travelers" into unwitting mules by placing powerful magnetic containers full of drugs under their cars while in Mexico, and then recovering the illegal cargo far from the view of border authorities in the United States."
crime  drugs  mexico 
yesterday by warrenellis
Ancient Sea Rise Tale Told Accurately for 10,000 Years - Scientific American
"Without using written languages, Australian tribes passed memories of life before, and during, post-glacial shoreline inundations through hundreds of generations as high-fidelity oral history. Some tribes can still point to islands that no longer exist—and provide their original names."
history 
yesterday by warrenellis
Long-necked 'dragon' discovered in China
"Qijianglong (pronounced "CHI-jyang-lon") is about 15 metres in length and lived about 160 million years ago in the Late Jurassic. The name means "dragon of Qijiang," for its discovery near Qijiang City, close to Chongqing. The fossil site was found by construction workers in 2006, and the digging eventually hit a series of large neck vertebrae stretched out in the ground. Incredibly, the head of the dinosaur was still attached. "It is rare to find a head and neck of a long-necked dinosaur together because the head is so small and easily detached after the animal dies," explains Miyashita."
history 
yesterday by warrenellis
Why Do We Say “Wide Awake”?
"The lovely term far nights, with its obsolete genitive, meaning “late in the night,” goes back to Wyatt’s time, and far days even farther."
language  writing 
yesterday by warrenellis
transmediale | unMonastery
"Ancient Greek mystery cults and technology will be paralleled to contemporary religious and industrial practice. The long lineage of Gods and mortals from antiquity to present will be explored, tracing chthonic and often mirroring personas such as Plouto (Underworld) and Ploutos (Wealth) or Demeter (de-meter / mother earth) and her daughter Persephone (pherein-phonon / to bring death). Participants will explore (hands-on) some of the benefits and ill effects of confrontations between inactivity/radioactivity, mortality/divinity, remedy/poison.

"Tales of toxicity will be interwoven with mythology and possible ancient anti-solutions which are now being used to combat the toxicity and will influence our future civilizations."
occult  myth  hauntology  future  cities 
2 days ago by warrenellis
In theory, the Milky Way could be a 'galactic transport system'
"Obviously we're not claiming that our galaxy is definitely a wormhole, but simply that, according to theoretical models, this hypothesis is a possibility"
space 
5 days ago by warrenellis
This Ghost Hunting Handheld Is an iPhone For Talking to the Dead | Motherboard
"An Italian company called Gh​ost Ark claims it really is building a hand-held device to help you hunt ghosts. According to the GhostArk team, the matte-black box seen on their website, with backlit knobs and a waveform display, will “make ‘Ghost Hunting’ easy and accessible to all.""
mad  hauntology 
5 days ago by warrenellis
BBC News - Why Finnish babies sleep in cardboard boxes
"For 75 years, Finland's expectant mothers have been given a box by the state. It's like a starter kit of clothes, sheets and toys that can even be used as a bed. And some say it helped Finland achieve one of the world's lowest infant mortality rates.

"It's a tradition that dates back to the 1930s and it's designed to give all children in Finland, no matter what background they're from, an equal start in life.

"The maternity package - a gift from the government - is available to all expectant mothers.

"It contains bodysuits, a sleeping bag, outdoor gear, bathing products for the baby, as well as nappies, bedding and a small mattress.

"With the mattress in the bottom, the box becomes a baby's first bed. Many children, from all social backgrounds, have their first naps within the safety of the box's four cardboard walls.


"Mothers have a choice between taking the box, or a cash grant, currently set at 140 euros, but 95% opt for the box as it's worth much more."
culture  society 
10 days ago by warrenellis
BBC News - Micro-machines journey inside animal for first time
"In a case of science fiction meeting reality, microscopic "machines" have journeyed inside a living animal for the first time. The tiny devices delivered a cargo of nano-particles into the stomach lining of a mouse."
sci  tech 
10 days ago by warrenellis
Cryptoforestry: Cryptoforestry
"The cryptoforest is a cultural and not a biological way to classify nature and the recognition of a cryptoforest is a visionary act, not a mechanical operation: there is no machine vision here... The 'for' of 'forest' reappears in 'foreigner', the forest, in other words, is a Neolithic twilight zone where social stratification is coloured green on the map. These old connotations carry over, laterally, into the cryptoforest project. Cryptoforests are social rejects, urban outsiders and cryptoforestry is an anarchic and primitivist 'art brut'." 
eco 
10 days ago by warrenellis
Vega ready to launch spaceplane / Launchers / Our Activities / ESA
"On its first launch of the year, Europe’s Vega rocket will loft ESA’s unmanned spaceplane to test reentry technologies for future vehicles."
space 
11 days ago by warrenellis
An Open Letter To Everyone Tricked Into Fearing Artificial Intelligence | Popular Science
"The history of AI research is full of theoretical benchmarks and milestones whose only barrier appeared to be a lack of computing resources. And yet, even as processor and storage technology has raced ahead of researchers' expectations, the deadlines for AI's most promising (or terrifying, depending on your agenda) applications remain stuck somewhere in the next 10 or 20 years. I've written before about the myth of inevitable superintelligence, but Selman is much more succinct on the subject. The key mistake, he says, is in confusing principle with execution, and assuming that throwing more resources at given system will trigger an explosive increase in capability."
ai 
11 days ago by warrenellis
Cahiers du Cinéma, Vols. 1–4 (1951–78/1985–2000) & Special Issues in English (1966-67) — Monoskop Log
"This set of four volumes presents selected texts from the years 1951-1978 in English translation."
books  film 
11 days ago by warrenellis
U B U W E B - Film & Video: Edgard Varêse and Le Corbusier | Poême électronique (1958)
"First presented at the 1958 Brussels Worlds Fair with 425 speakers placed throughout the famous Philips pavilion, the placement of the speakers and design of the building gave the spectators a feeling of being housed within a concrete, silver seashell. A giant model of the atom hung from the ceiling and the sound & imagery premiered to standing room only crowds and I can only imagine was a complete mind-blower to all who witnessed the spectacle. Varese is considered to be the "father of electronic music", Henry Miller described him as the "stratospheric colossus of sound." When Philips (Philips electronic company) approached Le Corbusier to design a building for the fair, Le Corbusier said, "I will not make a pavilion for you (Philips) but an Electronic Poem and a vessel containing the poem; light, color, image, rhythm and sound joined together in an organic synthesis.""
film 
11 days ago by warrenellis
Sundance 2015: Guy Maddin And Evan Johnson's THE FORBIDDEN ROOM Will Premiere At Fest | TwitchFilm
"Honoring classic cinema while electrocuting it with energy, this Russian nesting doll of a film begins (after a prologue on how to take a bath) with the crew of a doomed submarine chewing flapjacks in a desperate attempt to breathe the oxygen within. Suddenly, impossibly, a lost woodsman wanders into their company and tells his tale of escaping from a fearsome clan of cave dwellers. From here, Maddin and co-director Evan Johnson take us high into the air, around the world, and into dreamscapes, spinning tales of amnesia, captivity, deception and murder, skeleton women and vampire bananas. Playing like some glorious meeting between Italo Calvino, Sergei Eisenstein and a perverted six year-old child, THE FORBIDDEN ROOM is Maddin's grand ode to lost cinema."
film 
11 days ago by warrenellis
A Visit to Pendle Hill – Hybridity Tales (Part 1)
"When the old witch had been sent to Lancaster, a grand convocation of seventeen witches and three wizards was held at Malkin Tower on Good Friday, at which it was determined to kill Mr. M’Covell, the governor of the castle, and blow up the building, to enable the witches to make their escape."
history 
13 days ago by warrenellis
Japan Trend Shop | Super Gorone Desk - Use a Computer Lying Down
"The Super Gorone Desk is a nifty invention by Japan's top gadgets makers Thanko that makes life with your computer so much easier. Want to lie down? Have your computer right in front of you so you can keep on using it while you relax."
gear  crap  chindogu 
13 days ago by warrenellis
Drugs smuggling in Africa: The Smack Track | The Economist
"EXPERTS are calling it the African “Smack Track”: a circuitous route to smuggle heroin from Afghanistan to Europe, passing through east Africa. Two drug busts in November, netting 712kg of the stuff, closed a record year for heroin seizures off the coast of Kenya. The haul is less a sign of improved policing and more evidence of the growing importance of the route."
crime  pol  drugs 
14 days ago by warrenellis
The Cathedral of Computation - The Atlantic
"Here’s an exercise: The next time you see someone talking about algorithms, replace the term with “God” and ask yourself if the sense changes any. Our supposedly algorithmic culture is not a material phenomenon so much as a devotional one, a supplication made to the computers we have allowed to replace gods in our minds, even as we simultaneously claim that science has made us impervious to religion."
comp 
14 days ago by warrenellis
Galactic 'hailstorm' in the early universe
"Using a combination of data gathered from powerful radio telescopes and supercomputer simulations, the teams found that a quasar spits out cold gas at speeds up to 2000 kilometres per second, and across distances of nearly 200,000 light years - much farther than has been observed before."
space 
14 days ago by warrenellis
The Ganges is giving up the dead as water levels drop
"Authorities in India are reporting that over 80 bodies, mostly skeletons and half-burned corpses, were found floating in the Ganges River on Tuesday after the water level dropped. Most were believed to be very old."
eco 
14 days ago by warrenellis
Would You Like Some History With Your News? - ReadWrite
"Timeline was born out of personal frustration with the lack of historic and geographic context in current affairs: so much sensationalism couple with almost no depth," CEO Tamer Hassanein said in a press release.
apps  news  history 
14 days ago by warrenellis
On Blogging As An Iterative Process
"If my rewriting habit bothers you, you're obviously free to not read what I write. You're also free to rant and rave about it, and howl at the moon, or call the Blog Police and have me arrested."
writing 
14 days ago by warrenellis
Amazon's First Pilot Season of 2015 Is Now Available to Stream
"Among the new hour-long shows available to view now are Cocked, Mad Dogs, Man in the High Castle and Point of Honor. There are also pilots for two half-hour shows to watch, called Down Dog and Salem Rogers, alongside a documentary series called The New Yorker Presents."
tv 
14 days ago by warrenellis
Record 346 inmates die, dozens of guards fired in Florida prisons
"In 2014, Florida recorded at least 346 deaths inside of their prison system, an all-time high for the state in spite of the fact that its overall prison population has hovered around 100,000 people for the five previous years. Hundreds of these deaths from 2014 and from previous years are now under investigation by the DOJ because of the almost unimaginable role law enforcement officers are playing in them."
crime  prisons 
15 days ago by warrenellis
U B U W E B :: Stan Brakhage
The Test of Time

Radio broadcasts, 1982, KAIR, University of Colorado
Each show is approximately 30 minutes
radio 
16 days ago by warrenellis
Mozambique links contaminated beer deaths to crocodile bile | World news | theguardian.com
"When a crocodile is killed, its gallbladder must be immediately removed and buried in front of witnesses to stopped the bile being used as a poison, according to some African traditions."
weird  crime 
16 days ago by warrenellis
Amazon.com : Survival Seed Vault - Heirloom Emergency Survival Seeds - Plant a Full Acre Crisis Victory Garden - 20 Easy-to-grow Varieties : Vegetable Plants : Patio, Lawn & Garden
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weird  pol  cult 
16 days ago by warrenellis
Is it Really Better to be Dead than Blind? | Just Security
"Late last year, the U.S. Navy announced that it’s $40 million laser weapon is finally ready for combat aboard the special operations staging ship USS Ponce. The laser, which “zaps and burns” at the cost of just 59 cents a shot, is designed for use against aircraft and small ships which “cannot outrun” the concentrated beams of light."
weapons  war  pol  crime 
17 days ago by warrenellis
Active Sun at Birth Cut Historical Life Spans - Scientific American
"a new analysis of Norwegian birth records suggests that children born during periods of high solar activity lived five years less, on average, than did their counterparts born during periods of low solar activity."
bio 
17 days ago by warrenellis
Metamodernism | Adbusters
"To be more precise, metamodernism is not a new art movement replacing the old but rather a new “structure of feeling” that “reveals” itself in different everyday and artistic practices. With the term “structure of feeling,” the authors refer to British philosopher Raymond Williams, who invented this concept in his 1977 text Marxism and Literature as an alternative to very general terms such as “worldview” or “Zeitgeist.” To Williams, a “structure of feeling,” very broadly speaking, refers to a shared set of values, notions and meanings of a culture, subculture or generation, which mainly reveals itself in the artistic practices of that culture, subculture or generation.

"Taking this into account, “metamodernism” could be considered the dominant structure of feeling of a generation born in the peak of “postmodernism,” roughly between 1960 and 1990. A generation that grew up in economic prosperity, but which, because of the financial crisis, witnessed the collapse of the neo–capitalist dream and, as a result, the evaporation of the political essence of the 1990s."
metamodernism 
22 days ago by warrenellis
All Dressed Up For Mars and Nowhere to Go — Matter — Medium
"...from everything I can find, Mars One doesn’t appear to be in any way qualified to carry off the biggest, most complex, most audacious, and most dangerous exploration mission in all of human history. That they don’t have the money to do it. That 200,000 people didn’t actually apply. That, with all the good faith one can muster, I wouldn’t classify it exactly as a scam—but that it seems to be, at best, an amazingly hubristic fantasy: an absolute faith in the free market, in technology, in the media, in money, to be able to somehow, magically, do what thousands of highly qualified people in government agencies have so far not yet been able to do over decades of diligently trying, making slow headway through individually hard-won breakthroughs, working in relative anonymity pursuing their life’s work."
space 
22 days ago by warrenellis
New Parallel Universe Theory - Business Insider
"If it holds true for our actual universe, then the big bang could no longer be considered a cosmic beginning but rather only a phase in an effectively timeless and eternal universe. More prosaically, a two-branched arrow of time would lead to curious incongruities for observers on opposite sides. “This two-futures situation would exhibit a single, chaotic past in both directions, meaning that there would be essentially two universes, one on either side of this central state,” Barbour says. “If they were complicated enough, both sides could sustain observers who would perceive time going in opposite directions. Any intelligent beings there would define their arrow of time as moving away from this central state. They would think we now live in their deepest past.”"
time  space 
22 days ago by warrenellis
The Search for Starivores, Intelligent Life that Could Eat the Sun | Motherboard
"what astronomers may have taken to be two massive balls of plasma locked in a gravitational embrace could actually be a very large, very hungry civilization devouring a hapless star."
space 
22 days ago by warrenellis
Wildcard and WordPress + Subtraction.com
"a new Wildcard plugin for WordPress that effectively publishes the content of your WordPress blog into our native iOS app. "
web  wordpress  blogging  ios 
23 days ago by warrenellis
How to Pitch an Online Series
"Avoid pricey action scenes. Find a big-name partner. Create something decidedly different than what's on conventional TV. These are some pointers from writers who have sold their web series."
tv  writing 
23 days ago by warrenellis
PLOS ONE: Identifiable Images of Bystanders Extracted from Corneal Reflections
"Here we combined robust face perception and high-resolution photography to mine face photographs for hidden information. By zooming in on high-resolution face photographs, we were able to recover images of unseen bystanders from reflections in the subjects' eyes."
crime  sci  tech 
23 days ago by warrenellis
Study casts doubt on mammoth-killing cosmic impact
"Rock soil droplets formed by heating most likely came from Stone Age house fires and not from a disastrous cosmic impact 12,900 years ago, according to new research from the University of California, Davis. The study, of soil from Syria, is the latest to discredit the controversial theory that a cosmic impact triggered the Younger Dryas cold period."
history 
23 days ago by warrenellis
Hubble discovers that Milky Way core drives wind at 2 million miles per hour
"At a time when our earliest human ancestors had recently mastered walking upright, the heart of our Milky Way galaxy underwent a titanic eruption, driving gases and other material outward at 2 million miles per hour.

"Now, at least 2 million years later, astronomers are witnessing the aftermath of the explosion: billowing clouds of gas towering about 30,000 light-years above and below the plane of our galaxy."
space 
23 days ago by warrenellis
Chris Carter Drama Series ‘The After’ Not Going Forward At Amazon Studios | Deadline
"This is a first for Amazon Studios — the digital platform, which ventured into original series programming two years ago, has rescinded its series order to The After, a new drama from The X-Files creator Chris Carter."
tv 
24 days ago by warrenellis
Special Prostitution Courts and the Myth of 'Rescuing' Sex Workers | VICE | United States
"My clients rarely—if ever—tell me that their interaction with the police was good or helpful," said Abigail Swenstein, a staff attorney at the Legal Aid Society's Trafficking Victims Advocacy Project. "Rather, I hear quite often that clients have been verbally abused by the officers involved in their arrest. On multiple occasions, my clients have reported inappropriate sexual conduct by an officer. Trust is never really fostered."
crime 
24 days ago by warrenellis
Oceans on a Larger ‘Earth’
"Planets two to four times Earth’s mass turn out to be better at maintaining their oceans than Earth itself. Super-Earth oceans can persist for ten billion years unless destroyed by a red giant primary star as it nears the end of its life. The largest planet in these simulations — five times Earth’s mass — took a billion years to develop its ocean in the first place, however, the result of a thicker crust and lithosphere and the resultant delay in volcanic outgassing."
space 
24 days ago by warrenellis
This Is The Video CNN Will Play When The World Ends
"So when Ted Turner said that CNN was going to be playing "Nearer My God To Thee"—the song the band supposedly played when the Titanic went down—as the heavens opened up, as the fiery finger of God rained salt and brimstone from the sky, as the Earth beneath our feet opened from below and swallowed everything above, as the last CNN employee, in the last surviving CNN studio in the world, witnessed the end of existence before them, he meant it."
video  news  doom 
24 days ago by warrenellis
Before explosion, NASA knew aging Soviet engines could crack and leak fuel
"Years before an unmanned rocket erupted in a fireball in October, NASA officials knew the metal in its 50-year-old Soviet-made engines could crack, causing fuel to leak and ignite, government documents show."
space 
25 days ago by warrenellis
Hear extracts from a long lost 12-hour private soundtrack by Vangelis – FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.
"An incredible 12 hours of Vangelis material recorded for a surgeon friend of the musician in the 1990s has surfaced in recent years thanks to the efforts of dedicated fans."
music 
25 days ago by warrenellis
New, privatized African city heralds climate apartheid | Environment | The Guardian
"Nigeria's Eko Atlantic augurs how the super-rich will exploit the crisis of climate change to increase inequality and seal themselves off from its impacts"
cities  doom  eco 
25 days ago by warrenellis
Intensive agriculture may have exacerbated drought in ancient Maya city
"The ancient Maya city of Tikal may have used intensive agricultural practices to maintain its large population, according to a study by David Lentz of the University of Cincinnati and colleagues. While these practices enabled sustainable population growth for some time, they may eventually have exacerbated a drought that caused the abandonment of the city."
history 
26 days ago by warrenellis
China businessman jailed for 13 years for buying and eating three tigers - East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times
"The wealthy real estate developer, identified only by his surname Xu, has "a special hobby of grilling tiger bones, boning tiger paws, storing tiger penis, eating tiger meat and drinking tiger blood alcohol", the official Xinhua news agency said in June when he went on trial."
crime 
26 days ago by warrenellis
Grisly British witch pits were used in rituals until 1970s, archaeologists discover | The Australian
"One pit, lined with the skin of a swan turned inside out, came from the 1640s as expected. Another, made of cat fur, was from the mid-18th century. A third pit contained the skeleton of a dog laid on top of its own pelt no earlier than the 1950s.

"Gradually, Dr Wood began to piece together more fragments of what she now believes to be “an unbroken method of ritual from the civil war to the present day”."
cult  magic  death  crime 
27 days ago by warrenellis
resolute | the m john harrison blog
"I went home and noted: Only ever write when you have something worth writing. Write short stories because you want to. Write short novels because that’s what you want. Always defer or deny closure. Always break the structure. Always undermine or contradict the rationale. Always refuse a conceptually interpretable or comfortable ending. I thought for a bit and then added: You can offer resolution but only at another level. Then, finally: Keep saying no."
writing 
27 days ago by warrenellis
Special 1: The Origin of John Roderick
"In July 2014, Brett interviewed John Roderick about how he became a professional musician. The conversation evolved into a compelling, serialized narrative that couldn't be contained in not just one, nor two, nor even three episodes."
podcast  audio 
27 days ago by warrenellis
Wounded Wolf Press | Phil Legard - Angelystor (BOOK + CD)
“It is  one of the most beautiful pieces of music I own, and one of the things that speaks most strongly of both Britain and history to me.”
- Warren Ellis, author.
work  music 
29 days ago by warrenellis
BBC News - Tanzania's albino community: 'Killed like animals'
Albino people, who lack pigment in their skin and appear pale, are killed because potions made from their body parts are believed to bring good luck and wealth.
magic  cult  crime 
4 weeks ago by warrenellis
INCEPTION
THE INCEPTION BUTTON
audio 
4 weeks ago by warrenellis
VCU News
A protein called GRP78 could be a universal therapeutic target for treating human diseases like brain cancer, Ebola, Influenza, Hepatitis and superbug bacteria such as MRSE and MRSA, according to a Virginia Commonwealth University-led pre-clinical study published this month in the Journal of Cellular Physiology.
med 
4 weeks ago by warrenellis
Byron Ballard keeps Appalachian folk magic practices alive | Mountain Xpress
"Known as Asheville’s village witch, Byron Ballard practices what she calls “hillfolk hoodoo,” a form of Appalachian folk magic. Ballard came by hoodoo naturally, growing up in a poor community in the mountains of Western North Carolina where hoodoo was practiced. She laments that the practice is disappearing: “Local hillfolk are no longer practicing hoodoo, but it’s within living memory. There’s a kind of sadness that the culture of the hillfolk is fading.”"
cult  magic 
5 weeks ago by warrenellis
Scientists discover oldest stone tool ever found in Turkey
"Scientists have discovered the oldest recorded stone tool ever to be found in Turkey, revealing that humans passed through the gateway from Asia to Europe much earlier than previously thought, approximately 1.2 million years ago."
history 
5 weeks ago by warrenellis
The truth about smart cities: ‘In the end, they will destroy democracy' | Cities | The Guardian
“The smart city was the wrong idea pitched in the wrong way to the wrong people,” suggested Dan Hill, of urban innovators the Future Cities Catapult. “It never answered the question: ‘How is it tangibly, materially going to affect the way people live, work, and play?’”
cities 
5 weeks ago by warrenellis
Researchers read and write brain activity with light | Science | The Guardian
"It may eventually allow researchers to do away with the cumbersome microelectrodes they traditionally used to probe neuronal activity, and to interrogate the brain’s workings at the cellular level in real time and with unprecedented detail."
neuro 
5 weeks ago by warrenellis
Stanford to host 100-year study on artificial intelligence | KurzweilAI
"Stanford University has invited leading thinkers from several institutions to begin a 100-year effort to study and anticipate how the effects of artificial intelligence on every aspect of how people work, live, and play."
ai 
5 weeks ago by warrenellis
Deep neural network rivals primate brain in object recognition | KurzweilAI
"A new study from MIT neuroscientists has found that for the first time, one of the latest generation of “deep neural networks” matches the ability of the primate brain to recognize objects during a brief glance."
tech  ai  comp 
5 weeks ago by warrenellis
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