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Voting pattern always seem to guide behaviors. I've been playing this game for a long time. I've learned from this site is that I shouldn't speak about topics that I haven't spent as much time as others have on this site. Others have established literature history on this site and their blogs, but I haven't and my history outside of this platform is taken into account to, which I do not have the privilege of the benefit of the doubt like most other new users have. As such, because of my lack of expertise and the unbalanced nature of my exposure, it is highly discouraged for me to post anything less than of the top notch quality literature based on my abilities.

All I'm saying is that you are asking for too much.

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Why am I being downvoted? So strange.

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It didn't work because the counterargument-generator is one level of abstraction higher, and has to be operated and circumstantially adapted too precisely for the social-space to be argued into it using words.

You could tell people to read certain books, but how they read and what they get out of them is quite unknown, a lot of times even to the readers themselves. There is no exact formula for how to learn things. You could take things at face value, and those usually only work for guided courses. As for reading a book, you have to pause and think about the stuff you read, and there is no general guidance on how deep of a thought tangent you want to explore. Most books are read sequentially, but optimizing what you get out of the things you read, doesn't have to be books, is hardly a sequential task.

Also not all knowledge is expressible in linguistic terms. A typical example is kinesthetic knowledge, like muscle memories. Also as you read more, the speed of your reading increases. Usually they associate these type of information as skills. There is a clear distinction when we talk about knowledge and skill, but by their very nature, they might not be so distinct as we like to think of them. Musical improvisation is a mixture of multiple knowledge domains.

Open and Welcome Thread – June 2021

Nobody learns Hindi because they learn English. The applicability and potential usage for your language learning choice is mostly dependent on the availability of your own opportunities. Japanese don't really learn English much, so you have others learning Japanese, they also find out about Japanese through cultural exposure, mainly because the West considers Japan to be advanced, same with Korea. You don't really see Western countries promoting other cultures at home. K-pop and Japanese culture are pretty much the only foreign culture they import other than traditional European cultures. The South Asian culture is mostly consumed by South Asian immigrants. The pragmatism is closely tied to population as well.

Bayeswatch 6: Mechwarrior

机翻主要对语法不准。单词翻译起来还是蛮准的。尤其是有些专用单词还是按照语境翻的,超准。有些概念方面的人工智能翻译也只是看着很小的视窗来翻的,所以整片文章来翻会失去原意。

Also sometimes certain words aren't always suitable. For instance if you google translate "original meaning", it shows up as 本义, but it really should be 原意 in this context since it's about the overall article meaning as opposed to individual vocabulary.

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Bayeswatch 6: Mechwarrior

“下批伞兵起立” 从广播上传来
Vi在她的钢外骨骼内没在意到广播里的命令。她只是来凑热闹的。
回应管理员Gizenga通过Vi的耳机说:“你的任务是禁止生物制剂逃出来。”
“上面的知道我没有战斗经验?”Vi问。带着牙套说话很不方便。
“你就安心靠战机兵吧。你只需要保持校直。我感觉敌人会发出心理医生。你有对三级模因威胁的训练。“Gizenga说。
”最后装备检查!”
机兵母舰隆隆声的飞羽在刚果盆地上空。
“在门前排队!”
Vi问:“我们对这AI了解多少?”。
Gizenga答:“AI是给Bangui管理他们的克隆工厂。这些设施建立在刚果是因为法律原因。最近他们的AI出问题了,已经管理不了了,基本上就是个主权扩张主义国。” 
Vi问:“我们为什么没一开始就把他给干掉呢?”
Gizenga答:“那些克隆犯很诡秘。他们成功的建立了一个可以自理的秘密基地。到我们找到他们的时候已经太晚了。我们需要和其他国家交涉,在紧急情况下也需要很长时间。”
“跳!”
从外面看来,Vi和她队伍上的其他机兵都一样。在里面,他有生命支持系统,不是弹药。第一个机兵刚从母舰里跳出。
“跳!”
第二个也跳出。
“跳!”
Confirm Jump,机兵对Vi说
“确定”
Vi的机兵刚跳出母舰。她后面的两个战斗机兵也跟着跳出。Vi的座舱里没有窗户。在一瞬间她感觉到的零重力好像是过了一分钟。如果没有外骨骼散发出的热量和震动,Vi感觉像站在平地上一样。
其实确定你是在空中自由落体还是很容易的,草泥马的爱因斯坦。在降落时,她的降噪耳机没有消除喷气机带来的震动。她装甲里的软棉也没有帮她抵抗2.5g带来的压力。
机兵随着Yamongala克隆基地的外围加入了其余的军队。他们在一个小山后的森林里挖了战壕。
机兵是通过镭射来沟通的。除了这,Vi的小队在安静地等着。
自从Vi被Bayeswatch代表人Molly Miriam管理的一个大学预科录取以后,她就忙着一个任务到另一个任务翻天覆地的过日子。
Vi感觉好像自己变了一个人似的。从理论理性中心毕业以后,她原本要加入数学系,帮着管理好AI。那都是在她发现到大部分AI校直研究员都不懂人工外推或技巧好坏之前。他们写的论文都很装B。
Bayeswatch的培训算是在世界上竞争力强得了。Vi也不知道自己怎么考进的。他学习不错,但是她既没有钱也没有关系。Vi对着星海瞄准好她的潜望镜相机。其实她是对着树后的一些卫星,看着她屏幕上的红外光谱分解。Vi能闻到自己身上的味道。她的盔甲是完全密封的,是为了防止毒气和其他化学物体和微生物入内。她连边上的森林都闻不到。
Hostiles approaching 在她的屏幕上显示出。Vi用她的视为鼠标双击了刚弹出的窗口。
AI出动的大部分都是生物部队。这些生物也不到一米二。在红外线上他们也只是几个小圆点。机兵在埋伏着,敌人好像也没有红外线或电磁仪。当那些野兽开始从山峰中蔓延而出,又一个消息在Vi的屏幕上显示出来。
Engage? Such action will result in loss of life.
Vi悄悄的说:”是的。“
所有机兵突然从他们的散兵坑站了起来。他们用喷火器对着敌人的先锋队,用机枪对着后排,在十秒内把敌人完全消灭。那些孩子们连用上AK-47的机会都没有。
The second wave will reach us in five minutes. Schedule engagement?
Vi说:”是的“
Confirm?
”确定“