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    Skylake has 2.375 MB cache (1MB L2 + 1.375MB L3),...

    Skylake has 2.375 MB cache (1MB L2 + 1.375MB L3), Broadwell 2.75 MB (256KB L2 + 2.5MB L3) and Ryzen 2.5 MB (512KB L2 + 2MB L3). For heavily threaded applications, this should translate in better...
  2. Finally! Maybe they will invest time in a real...

    Finally!
    Maybe they will invest time in a real graphical interface, not a bad joke
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    What quantity do you have? 2x16GB? or 2x8GB? I...

    What quantity do you have? 2x16GB? or 2x8GB?

    I have Ryzen 1800x, MB. Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero Gaming and G. Skill Ripjaws V Series F4?3200 64GVR C14Q 64GB DDR4 3200MHz CL14 1.35V.
    I have...
  4. Watching the thread with interest. Given how...

    Watching the thread with interest. Given how obvious are the implications of CCX groups, it's hard to imagine Microsoft was not aware of those and does not have a scheduler version that works. One...
  5. @MattiasNYC Here, it matches perfectly your...

    @MattiasNYC

    Here, it matches perfectly your requirements: http://www.creationresearch.org/crsq/articles/41/41_1/Helium.htm . Bonus, responses to critiques included.

    I've pointed that bacteria...
  6. Impressive if turn out to be representative. Any...

    Impressive if turn out to be representative. Any pricing and single thread max speed until now?
  7. @Ket You're falling in the credibility trap. You...

    @Ket
    You're falling in the credibility trap. You give up thinking and have faith blindly in secular scientists without even questioning their methodology or conflicts of interests. It's one of the...
  8. @Ket That's a much more constructive comment! I...

    @Ket
    That's a much more constructive comment! I was more familiar with standard radioactive dating, my bad. I do agree isochrons methods are much stronger and much better when accounting for...
  9. @MattiasNYC Dear friend, your replies are...

    @MattiasNYC
    Dear friend, your replies are getting boring, same old, same old. You are attacking my logic in a pure subjective way and you claim authority while hiding behind the curtain of...
  10. Of course I was sarcastic, wasn't it obvious?...

    Of course I was sarcastic, wasn't it obvious? "completely different" ... you must be either joking either in denial. Or maybe paraphrasing is not scientific...
    Richard knows very well many of the...
  11. Wondering what the supposed smarter than humans...

    Wondering what the supposed smarter than humans future AI would say...
  12. Make a prediction and test it :)

    Make a prediction and test it :)
  13. My bad, indeed is completely different. I forgot...

    My bad, indeed is completely different. I forgot that the core idea can be changed radically if we have different ways to interpret English language. Our friend Richard surely agrees that survival of...
  14. "No decent person wants to live in a society...

    "No decent person wants to live in a society which works according to Darwinian laws... A Darwinian society would be a Fascist state" - Richard Dawkins, Die Presse (July 30, 2005, p8).
    ...
  15. A man once came home to his wife and said "Woman,...

    A man once came home to his wife and said "Woman, I am a dead person, I am not alive!" . The man was sent to a team of doctors to try and convince him that he is alive. For months they showed him...
  16. @MattiasNYC Is it ignorance to ask questions? Or...

    @MattiasNYC
    Is it ignorance to ask questions? Or is it ignorance to assume there is a naturalistic explanation for everything? You ignore the reasons and generalize! What on Earth has the...
  17. @MattiasNYC I think the best way to summarize my...

    @MattiasNYC
    I think the best way to summarize my point is that the devil is in details. Just like it is theoretically possible to travel at speed of light, but for all practice we can only build...
  18. @MattiasNYC On paper we can gather the...

    @MattiasNYC
    On paper we can gather the brightest minds and design an AI. Let's say we can prove that the design can work flawlessly as long as the implementation is perfect. That's fine. In...
  19. Unfixable bugs are what is known in programming...

    Unfixable bugs are what is known in programming as design bugs for which there is a need for complete redesign which in turns adds different bugs. If you find out that design is flawed after having...
  20. @Ket What you see is what happens when you leave...

    @Ket
    What you see is what happens when you leave out absolute moral standards. Good becomes evil and evil becomes good. Cannot however be fixed by a machine if the machine is programmed by the same...
  21. @MattiasNYC You described the standard chicken...

    @MattiasNYC
    You described the standard chicken and the egg problem. In order to have an AI that can fix its own bugs you might have to fix the unfixable bugs first.
    Regarding the code complexity,...
  22. @MattiasNYC The negation of a religious position...

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    The negation of a religious position without evidence that does not require the use of faith is still religion. No matter how you define it in dictionary.

    You can call my view...
  23. You are making a bold a affirmation that you...

    You are making a bold a affirmation that you cannot prove. You can assume that there is no God just like I assume there is one. The denial of existence of God is just as religious as the recognition...
  24. You could not have said it better! @MattiasNYC...

    You could not have said it better!

    @MattiasNYC & @iddqd : Natural science assumes our brain is a very complex biological computational machine, possibly a near neighbour classifier (quoting a...
  25. Neural networks are the new hype of the day. We...

    Neural networks are the new hype of the day. We can build programs to generate output for input data better and faster than humans but that's what we designed computers for. And we call those...
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