Originally Posted by rlhaudio
If I am a male I should have some knowledge or background before attempting a theater build or DIY. However if I am a Female its ok to have zero knowledge, perhaps its expected.
How strange is that.
Freud would say it's not strange, it's biological evolution. Males are man's competition, and attracting females is the primary goal; and so they make their competition look stupid, weak and broke while also trying to impress women with their knowledge and expensive possessions.
Anyone with half a brain can see right through the game, but I'm constantly surprised by both gender's lack of this understanding...
Perhaps it's because 50% of humans have an IQ below 100. Which is basically: full-potato
Nobody wants to eat an onion ring that has already seen 50 hot dogs. So it makes sense why the competition must be eliminated at all costs. LOL!
Originally Posted by kutlow
Have you guys ever noticed forum members asking numerous question on build threads and getting a lot of help but when you ask this same person a question its like screw you.
I haven't experienced this, that said... I almost never ask questions.
I'm a rare breed of human, I taught myself advanced DOS and the programming back in the 90's.
No teacher and no books.
Just the command list descriptors, and then reading and reverse engineering other peoples code.
It took me 1 year to get decent at it, but I enjoyed the challenge.
50% of programming is debugging or knowing how to avoid bugs, the other 50% is actually making the machine do something.
I also taught myself AV stuff in a similar way.
I also graduated university without opening the text books, I would play video games in class. All the teachers hated me. All the skeletons in my closet are holding boxes full of hate and contempt. LOL!
I'd say the biggest difference between humans and soul-less computers is that humans can learn new things without being programmed or taught them. (Seems almost impossible, but we do it all the time.)
Where as a soul-less computer cannot; it MUST be pre-programmed and schooled by a teacher (programmer) to understand or accomplish anything, and then it can only do that ONE thing, nothing new EVER.
If humans were computers nothing new would ever be discovered or developed. Even in 2016 we still
don't know how we do this, let alone... being able to make an AI that emulates it. We may not ever figure it out, perhaps "souls" can't be "engineered".
If you left 100 computers on an empty earth-like planet for 50 years, in that time it wouldn't have done anything "new" and would still be completely unchanged, only weathered. Where as humans would have mined all the resources dry, and filled the air and sea with garbage and pollution, and would be constantly blowing each other up with drones and bullets, with alcohol, smokes and whores at every corner store.
I'm not sure if computers will ever be as "advanced" as us. LOL LOL LOL