amanfromMars 1 Fri 24 Feb 07:56 [2302240756] …… suggests on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/02/24/european_commission_bans_on_tiktok/


Rearranging deckchairs on the Titanic v2.0 springs to mind with regard to that action, TC.


amanfromMars 1 Fri 24 Feb 11:40 [2302241140] ….. points out on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/02/24/european_commission_bans_on_tiktok/

Look away now. Nothing to see or hear or know here about them and those there .

Why do we think Parliamentarians were/are such fans of the like of the quite popular WhatsApp/Signal/Telegram? Is it because messaging via the application is touted as being securely encrypted and safe from official snooping and responsible accountable consequences/criminal prosecution and just sentencing?

And if the answer is yes, you have all you need to know to know everything you need to know about them, methinks.

And to think that they would have the bare-faced cheek to proclaim that they work for us/you, as opposed to working for themselves at your expense.



amanfromMars 1 Fri 24 Feb 09:55 [2302240955] …… plays on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/02/24/russian_cybercrime_economy/

The chance of a Nazi invasion were a million to one they said …

Sadly, El Reg readers are ignorant outside their little world of tech and Guardian Garbage. …. jgarbo

Not all El Reg readers, jgarbo. More than just a choosy selective few are surprisingly, and worryingly for more than those imagining themselves as an elite chosen few, extremely aware of what they are doing and what can be further easily practically remotely and virtual autonomously and relatively anonymously done with/in worlds of tech and Guardian Garbage.

Such, of course, renders a wholly new, completely different light and retrospective on those engaging matters of great and good pan-national and geopolitical and socio-economic concern which paints a much brighter picture than you appear to imagine presently available and up and currently running. But those are the facts which you can spin as a fiction if you like, but such doesn’t alter the virtual reality of their/ITs existence or, if you prefer, the virtual existence of their/ITs reality.

🙂 Enjoy, a tad of Jeff Wayne, prefacing an Alien Intervention….

No one would have believed
In the last years of the nineteenth century
That human affairs were being watched from the timeless worlds of space

No one could have dreamed that we were being scrutinized
As someone with a microscope studies creatures that swarm and multiply in a drop of water
Few men even considered the possibility of life on other planets
And yet, across the gulf of space
Minds immeasurably superior to ours
Regarded this Earth with envious eyes
And slowly and surely, they drew their plans against us

At midnight, on the 12th of August
A huge mass of luminous gas erupted from Mars and sped towards Earth
Across two hundred million miles of void
Invisibly hurtling towards us
Came the first of the missiles that were to bring so much calamity to Earth

As I watched, there was another jet of gas
It was another missile, starting on its way

And that’s how it was for the next ten nights
A flare, spurting out from Mars
Bright green, drawing a green mist behind it
A beautiful, but somehow disturbing sight
Ogilvy, the astronomer, assured me we were in no danger
He was convinced there could be no living thing on that remote
Forbidding planet

The chances of anything coming from Mars
Are a million to one, he said
The chances of anything coming from Mars
Are a million to one, but still, they come

Then came the night the first missile approached Earth
It was thought to be an ordinary falling star
But next day there was a huge crater in the middle of the common
And Ogilvy came to examine what lay there

A cylinder, thirty yards across, glowing hot
With faint sounds of movement coming from within
Suddenly the top began moving, rotating, unscrewing
And Ogilvy feared there was a man inside trying to escape
He rushed to the cylinder but the intense heat stopped him
Before he could burn himself on the metal

The chances of anything coming from Mars
Are a million to one, he said
The chances of anything coming from Mars
Are a million to one, but still, they come

Yes, the chances of anything coming from Mars
Are a million to one, he said
The chances of anything coming from Mars
Are a million to one, but still, they come

It seems totally incredible to me now that
Everyone spent that evening as though it were just like any other
From the railway station came the sound of shunting trains
Ringing and rumbling, softened almost into melody by the distance

It all seemed so safe and tranquil


amanfromMars 1 Fri 24 Feb 12:06 [2302241206] …. offers a likely correct answer on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/02/24/microsoft_ai_regulation_uk/

Re: I wonder what sense you’d get out of chat-gpt if you fed it Hansard?

Probably nonsense, Neil Barnes, whenever GIGO [Garbage In, Garbage Out] is defaulted/delivered from/for programming.



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