Let a hundred flowers bloom.
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apparently this is a commercial, but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ it is also great content.
Sometimes things that used to be there are suddenly not there anymore. These things usually are not sunk warships, though. Well — it might be time to learn about low-background steel to understand why these things are probably pretty valuable scrap material.
It still boggles my mind a bit how the market for stuff like that works.
We covered robot sex here before. (Which was disturbing, apparently. At least it wasn’t muppets.) Now we are watching Westworld and go :thinking_face: — how ethical is it really to do things to appliances?
And maybe, while we’re at it — what about VR?
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