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amanfromMars 1 Wed 30 Oct 09:13 [1910300913] …… having a say on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2019/10/29/intel_disable_hyper_threading_linux_kernel_maintainer/

Re: Updating Firmware isn’t easy on Prime Candidates for Change in Perverse Corrupt Systems Admins

Yes, and even those are only chasing the problems that they’ve discovered. The implication is that there are still many out there to be discovered – and maybe some have been discovered by someone else. ….. Doctor Syntax

🙂 ….. and what can/should one do with such an attractive promiscuous beast and wild child, Doctor Syntax, should it ever be thought possible to be able to do anything at all effective and worthwhile in so many fields in which ignorance and arrogance would claim to exercise reign?

Whenever nothing at all effective and worthwhile is the true answer, who and/or what suffers and benefits the most from such as is as Madness and Mayhem for CHAOS in Confusion?

Any advance on Intelligence and Sanity?

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 30 Oct 15:36 [1910301536] ….. firing off a salvo on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2019/10/30/linux_kernel_is_getting_more_reliable_says_linus_torvalds/

Global Operating Devices Chatter …… on NEUKlearer HyperRadioProACTive IT

 the kind of bugs we tend to find are the random, crazy user bugs, where somebody does something that nobody even thought would be remotely sane.”

Is it a bug whenever a non random not crazy user does something that everyone thinks is insane? And/Or is it Advanced IntelAIgent Systems Penetrations Testing with AI Trojans/Remote Access Titans?

For if they don’t think it so will relevant future facts prove all to be reasonably sane but seriously misundereducated and misdirected.

And if that is by any premeditated global admin systems design, I sure as hell wouldn’t like to held responsible for providing drive and drivers for that right abortion of a program and project. …… if for Keeping the Masses Serially Misinformed.

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 30 Oct 17:57 [1910301757] ….. spills more info on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2019/10/29/arpanet_50/

I wouldn’t be so sure … for there be alternate routes and roots to follow

The ARPANET itself was finally decommissioned in 1990.

All Astute Military Presences would have ARPANET recommissioned rather than decommissioned, methinks.

I suppose that takes All into Skunkworks Territory on Virtual Terrain with Real Spooky Surreal IntelAIgent Stuff Freely Available to Present and Entertain All with CHAOS ….. Clouds Hosting Advanced Operating Systems.

Or do you disagree and deny yourself the perfect opportunity to exclaim your objection and articulate the evidence for the reasoning? Surely such halts Progress at every stop/disagreement, which is not at all accommodating whenever reasons are unknown.

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