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Kinect Self-Awareness Hack 82

Posted by samzenpus
from the how-about-a-nice-game-of-chess? dept.
One can only imagine how enraged the Kinect would have been if it found out he had broken the ToS.

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Kinect Self-Awareness Hack

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  • Re:What the??? (Score:2, Interesting)

    by JWSmythe (446288) <jwsmythe@@@jwsmythe...com> on Monday March 14, 2011 @05:20PM (#35484444) Homepage Journal

        Humans are the most destructive species on the planet. If they can't dig it up, cut it down, pave over it, build on it, blow it up, burn it down, or otherwise manipulate it into unnatural fashions, ... well ... it doesn't exist. They've taken remains of long since dead creatures, and used it to pollute the sky, waters, and land. They've taken relatively safe radioactive elements (safe in their naturally occuring form) and processed them into large scale weapons. Even the radioactive elements used for "good", such as power generation, and either dumped in landfills or used to make even harsher "conventional" DU munitions.

        Finding a spot on the planet that hasn't been touched by humans is impossible. Even the depths of the oceans find various debris ranging from unfortunate ships to waste products. Similar can be observed at the extreme "poles", where it is generally considered too cold for anyone to go. Anyone but submarines patrolling under the ice, various camps on top of the ice, and pollution from the air and water.

        So as far as the planet goes, extinction would be the best alternative for continuation of the other species.

        Sucks when someone says it'd be better if we all went off and died, huh?

It is masked but always present. I don't know who built to it. It came before the first kernel.

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