I'M FUCKING DONE

luka

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Clinamenic

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Danish intelligence is proplably part of this, celverly using immigrants , nazis, police, officilas, and 'normal' danes in their mind control harassment?

:ROFLMAO:
 

WashYourHands

Cat Malogen
The Ertebølle culture (ca 5300 BC – 3950 BC) (Danish pronunciation: [ˈɛɐ̯təˌpølə]) is the name of a hunter-gatherer and fisher, pottery-making culture dating to the end of the Mesolithic period. The culture was concentrated in Southern Scandinavia. It is named after the type site, a location in the small village of Ertebølle on Limfjorden in Danish Jutland. In the 1890s, the National Museum of Denmark excavated heaps of oyster shells there, mixed with mussels, snails, bones and bone, antler and flint artifacts, which were evaluated as kitchen middens (Danish køkkenmødding), or refuse dumps. Accordingly, the culture is less commonly named the Kitchen Midden. As it is approximately identical to the Ellerbek culture of Schleswig-Holstein, the combined name, Ertebølle-Ellerbek is often used. The Ellerbek culture (German Ellerbek Kultur) is named after a type site in Ellerbek, a community on the edge of Kiel, Germany.

In the 1960s and 1970s another closely related culture was found in the (now dry) Noordoostpolder in the Netherlands, near the village Swifterbant and the former island of Urk. Named the Swifterbant culture (5300 – 3400 BC) they show a transition from hunter-gatherer to both animal husbandry, primarily cows and pigs, and cultivation of barley and emmer wheat.[1] During the formative stages contact with nearby Linear Pottery culturesettlements in Limburg has been detected. Like the Ertebølle culture, they lived near open water, in this case creeks, riverdunes and bogs along post-glacial banks of the Overijsselse Vecht. Recent excavations[2] show a local continuity going back to (at least) 5600 BC, when burial practices resembled the contemporary gravefields in Denmark and South Sweden "in all details", suggesting only part of a diverse ancestral "Ertebølle"-like heritage was locally continued into the later (Middle Neolithic) Swifterbant tradition (4200 – 3400 BC).

The Ertebølle culture was roughly contemporaneous with the Linear Pottery culture, food-producers whose northernmost border was located just to the south. The Ertebølle did not practice agriculture but it did utilize domestic grain in some capacity, which it must have obtained from the south.

The Ertebølle culture replaced the earlier Kongemose culture of Denmark. It was limited to the north by the Scandinavian Nøstvet and Lihult cultures. It is divided into an early phase ca 5300 BC-ca 4500 BC, and a later phase ca 4500 BC-3950 BC. Shortly after 4100 BC the Ertebølle began to expand along the Baltic coast at least as far as Rügen. Shortly thereafter it was replaced by the Funnelbeaker culture.

In recent years archaeologists have found the acronym EBK most convenient, parallel to LBK for German Linearbandkeramik (Linear Pottery culture) and TRB for German Trichterbecher, Danish Tragtbæger (Funnelbeaker culture) and Dutch trechterbekercultuur. Ostensibly for Ertebølle Kultur, EBK could be either German or Danish and has the added advantage that Ellerbek also begins with E.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
It also seems like there may be something of a subtle power transfer from the citizen qua voter to the citizen qua consumer, as a unitary determinant of market activity.
Well that's kind of a potted definition of neoliberalism, isn't it? Consumer power! Vote with your wallet.
 

suspended

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My favorite part of Dissensus is how someone like Toko can make a thread about a given topic, and then abandon the thread, and it'll keep trudging on, undead, reanimated with a completely new personality
 

luka

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threads without legs are best for that kind of repurposing. Slip naturally into free form conversation. There's only so many times we can say, well done Toko, clever boy!
 

Clinamenic

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What is this STX business? I've seen you mention it. You're making NFTs on it?
Stacks is a relatively young blockchain that is integrated with Bitcoin, and allows smart contracts to be indirectly built on Bitcoin. There are NFT projects on Stacks, but I'm only investing in one of them (TruBit) that is conceptually interesting: allows for monetization of personal data, but it hasn't gotten off the ground yet, to my knowledge.

And on Stacks, one of the major projects is CityCoins, which @luka is also an investor in. Its an open-source protocol that issues speculative municipal tokens and generates revenue for cities that choose to accept it.
 

luka

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there was an article about the Danish approach to immigration in the economist over Christmas that was fairly interesting
 

Clinamenic

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Stacks is a relatively young blockchain that is integrated with Bitcoin, and allows smart contracts to be indirectly built on Bitcoin. There are NFT projects on Stacks, but I'm only investing in one of them (TruBit) that is conceptually interesting: allows for monetization of personal data, but it hasn't gotten off the ground yet, to my knowledge.

And on Stacks, one of the major projects is CityCoins, which @luka is also an investor in. Its an open-source protocol that issues speculative municipal tokens and generates revenue for cities that choose to accept it.
Its at the cutting edge of government and blockchain, which is the area of blockchain that interests me most.
 

luka

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And a Vice YouTube thing about Danish drill that covered some of the same ground. (Dispersing communities to avoid 'ghettoisation')
 

Clinamenic

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The value prop for Stacks is that you can now write smart contracts on Bitcoin, effectively making Bitcoin a second-generation blockchain.

Stacks also has some unique consensus mechanism called proof-of-transfer (PoX) that I don't yet understand.
 

Clinamenic

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But its not quite a layer 2, for nuanced reasons I don't fully understand. You can "stack" STX to earn passive income in BTC, but thats another mechanism I haven't explored/audited yet.
 

craner

Beast of Burden
Stacks is a relatively young blockchain that is integrated with Bitcoin, and allows smart contracts to be indirectly built on Bitcoin. There are NFT projects on Stacks, but I'm only investing in one of them (TruBit) that is conceptually interesting: allows for monetization of personal data, but it hasn't gotten off the ground yet, to my knowledge.

And on Stacks, one of the major projects is CityCoins, which @luka is also an investor in. Its an open-source protocol that issues speculative municipal tokens and generates revenue for cities that choose to accept it.

How depraved are Stacks investors compared to your average Bitcoin pervert?
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
threads without legs are best for that kind of repurposing. Slip naturally into free form conversation. There's only so many times we can say, well done Toko, clever boy!
Or even, quick Toko, turn back! Before it's too late and you turn into a total cunt!
 
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