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Environmentalism and natives Bernd 04/10/2019 (Wed) 18:58:13 [Preview] No. 24678 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>>24666
I'll play advocatus diaboli.

Human life matters far more than biomass and forest coverage statistics. Non-human life is less valuable than ours and is under our administration; it is ours to use for the betterment of our species. Of course, as responsible stewards it is our duty to make use of it carefully so future generations won't be deprived by overuse. And as sensitive stewards we can appreciate the beauty of nature and recognize that some non-human life can feel pain, and adjust our rule over nature accordingly. But the life of some common tree is not worth more than the life of a human; it is not even worth the same.

You can cut down thousands and thousands of square km of virgin Amazon land and you'll still have enough untouched rainforest for every purpose you can think of. The new open spaces have housed wave after wave of settlers adding up to a population in the millions with major urban centers housing international airports and industry. Further south, the acidic soil of the central South American savannah was defeated and its neverending empty flatlands were turned into a global-level breadbasket with several neatly planned cities, a victory of willpower and reason over vacuum.
If not for deforestation, most of those settlers would now live in overcrowded eastern slums. Is that really a better way of life than living as a pioneer in a plot of deforested land? Millions of Europeans left their overcrowded continent to build something new on the other side of the Atlantic for similar reasons, and the conquest of the Amazon repeats this on a smaller scale.

And then there's the problem of national sovereignty. Would you feel comfortable with a sparsely populated porous border thousands of km long with several unstable states? That's what the northern border is. FARC guerillas have crossed into Brazilian territory before. Only a populated Amazon guarantees a safe border.

"It's all greed", you might say. It is true that greed is not the ideal driving impulse for the conquest of virgin land, and sadly it's a driving force. But the economic use of conquered land is not evil per se. It is easy to think so in a Scandinavian country where further economic growth brings little improvement to collective and individual well-being. But that does not mean material prosperity is unrelated to happiness. It just has diminishing returns. As an undeveloped state we are still at a point where economic expansion can have social/imaterial benefits. And within a globalized economy, exporting raw materials and the services and industrial goods produced within the cleared space contributes to overall prosperity, allows other undeveloped states to have their own improvements and, through trade, creates relations of interdependency which bring countries closer together and contribute to global peace.
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Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 02:20:59 [Preview] No.42712 del
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>>42665
Philosemitism sounds like such a much better alternative.


Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 08:54:38 [Preview] No.42716 del
>>42711
Haven't seen something in that detail, but probably yes, that.


Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 11:09:35 [Preview] No.42718 del
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Someone just having a thread about this on kohl rite now.


Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 17:32:20 [Preview] No.42723 del
https://www.archaeology.org/issues/394-2009/digs/8921-digs-amazon-dark-earth
This article says the accumulation of the black soil started 6000 years ago, ~4000 BC. and used consciously as a soil enriching tool from 500 BC by the Pocó and Santarém cultures.
I assume those are two well separable archaeological cultures, named by some locality where they were identified the first time. Pocó predates Santarém, did the latter grow out from the former?


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Here's another article with a bit moar info. Skimmed it through but still needs a proper read on by behalf.
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-some-amazonian-societies-survived-and-others-perished-amid-pre-columbian-droughts/



Bernd 12/12/2020 (Sat) 04:31:35 [Preview] No. 41497 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Often, probably even most of the time, cats have some kind of camouflage patternation on their top halves but their underside is white. This doesn't make sense for a terrestrial hunter, the only reason one would have a white underside is if they are flying in order to camouflage them against the sky if they are being looked at from below. So the ancestors of cats must have at one point been capable of flight but have sense lost this ability. You can say what you want but the evidence is there.


Also, there may be fellows that doubt this hypothesis based on a 'lack' of evidence and who are going on what the skeletal remains tell them BUT. If the wings were made of cartilage they would not be left for us to find after all of this time and being an aerial predator it would probably nest high up and live in the mountains and so maybe there remains would not be left intact up there or the bones would get blown away, plus we currently are lacking in the amount of archaeological digs that we do in places like that.

Additionally, cats can have incredibly large ranges Tigers can have ranges up to 4000km2 and they don't even have wings, if they had wings they would have larger ranges and so maybe they would be quite rare and it would be even harder to find remains.
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Bernd 02/13/2021 (Sat) 20:17:04 [Preview] No.42579 del
test


Bernd 02/14/2021 (Sun) 02:23:22 [Preview] No.42580 del
>>42578
>>42579
I hope your tests were successful.


Bernd 02/15/2021 (Mon) 15:41:01 [Preview] No.42628 del
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Democracy is a farce. Good governance and good administrator clearly come from above. One would not expect the tools to know themselves how to construct a castle so why do we expect tools to know how to administer the realm? The masses are fools and would forget to breathe if not reminded, they don't know what is in their own interest.

I don't think they should even have the right to choose their own clothing or the food they eat or the media they produce and consume let alone to choose the laws of the land.


Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 15:25:11 [Preview] No.42721 del
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Also Phoneticians are the cause of all the worlds problems too, in fact they are probably the cause of monarchless societies as well. Salting Carthage was not enough, we have to go to Israel and finish the job.


Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 16:37:52 [Preview] No.42722 del
>>42721
Imperator campaign got hard?



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15th of November - Republic Day Bernd 11/16/2018 (Fri) 01:56:56 [Preview] No. 20613 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Today we celebrate and glorify Pedro II's overthrow in a military coup 129 years ago, marking our transformation into a banana republic. The strongman who led the coup is even in every 25 cent coin.
As typical, Temer spoke about the virtues and strength of liberal democracy even though the Braganza were more liberally democratic than the following regimes.
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Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 02:30:19 [Preview] No.42713 del
>>20613
My Portuguese friend hates Braganzas for being libtards who replaced their previous absolutist dynasty.


Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 07:10:31 [Preview] No.42714 del
What are some banana monarchies?


Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 10:52:25 [Preview] No.42717 del
>>42714
I assume something like Tonga?


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>>42717
Sounds aboot right.


Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 13:29:48 [Preview] No.42720 del
>>42713
The previous dynasty were the Habsburgs ruling from Madrid, so I guess he'd rather have Portugal be a poorer Catalunha today.

>>42714
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_African_Empire



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Outdoors thread Bernd 12/28/2019 (Sat) 23:54:41 [Preview] No. 33559 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Let's start off with a little game. Guess which countries each photo was taken in.
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Bernd 02/15/2021 (Mon) 01:41:14 [Preview] No.42600 del
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>>42588
Looks pretty. It has a really nice medieval feel to it.


Bernd 02/15/2021 (Mon) 07:47:21 [Preview] No.42623 del
>>42593
>We have that. 2cm snow falls then everything goes to hui, news outlets talk about catastrophic weather conditions, service providers announce the bad weather came unexpected. Every year.

It also same there, snow always came unexpected (in Russia, yes). Although this time it was really large amount of snow, so collapse is justified. Public transit that not use roads (trams, trains) is ok though.

Situation was especially surprising because last winter was almost snowless, and previous ones were mild.

>Were those benches cleared? Or the wind blew then clean?

Heavy wind. Without it there would be ever more snow.


Bernd 02/15/2021 (Mon) 08:58:37 [Preview] No.42625 del
>>42623
>Situation was especially surprising because last winter was almost snowless, and previous ones were mild.
I follow that Danish man's channel, Lars of Survival Russia, he lives towards the Ural NE from Moscow, this year they got snow bout hip high, the last one with such height was 4-5 years ago I think. Gonna check, I think his channel is going on for 8 years now or something.


Bernd 02/23/2021 (Tue) 19:39:14 [Preview] No.42710 del
>>42589
I know the place.


Bernd 02/24/2021 (Wed) 07:15:18 [Preview] No.42715 del
>>42710
How does it look like now? Bring back some photos.



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PolandBall thread Bernd 01/12/2021 (Tue) 03:57:38 [Preview] No. 42021 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Polandball thread?
Polandball thread?

I have some comics saved up that I wanted to upload here. Enjoy. And remember to like, r8 and subscribe for more content
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Bernd 02/15/2021 (Mon) 16:00:51 [Preview] No.42632 del
>>42607
Scrubbed. Upload it to test to fix the one above.


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More for the collection.


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>>42632
>Scrubbed. Upload it to test to fix the one above.

Lemme try it again


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>>42676
Oh that's an old joge. I heard with with Soviet and Chinese or something like that (probably based on that story that every three soldiers of the Red Army had one rifle, the others only got bullets).


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EC-today is from EC ofc.



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Bernd 12/12/2020 (Sat) 14:00:02 [Preview] No. 41511 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I'm looking for a car but I don't know much about them. I am thinking of a car like a Fiat 500 or a VolksWagon Beetle. What other cars are there like this, cars that are small so they are easy to park and don't use much fuel but that also look interesting and nice.
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Bernd 02/22/2021 (Mon) 23:33:41 [Preview] No.42703 del
>>42695
Try not to lose any more teeth.


Bernd 02/23/2021 (Tue) 00:58:23 [Preview] No.42704 del
>>42703
I haven't lost any.


Bernd 02/23/2021 (Tue) 16:06:05 [Preview] No.42706 del
>>42704
You have eight chances, then.


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>>42695
well crap Im a goner


Bernd 02/23/2021 (Tue) 17:01:15 [Preview] No.42708 del
Well at least some of my fillings were changed to the whatever ceramic I dunno of the contents of that.



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Tech Thread Bernd 05/16/2018 (Wed) 18:34:14 [Preview] No. 16528 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Newest Edition, with less Ghork.


First thing first:
That dude of the Primitive Technology channel and all his copycats have a great advantage: access to unlimited supply of bamboo. Unlimited to their objectives. That stuff is great, tuff as shit, light as feather, can be used to many purpose with little modification and not too much work.

I also read most of this:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Data_Protection_Regulation#Responsibility_and_accountability
I think technology and it's use are running forward and lawmakers lag behind. Those who spent any time in the past two decades on the internet have a giant heap of data about them. I think Bernd posted a video about a security eggsbert, I think he works kind of a private investigator many time cooperating with officials and he said in that video anonymizing data worth nothing it can be de-anonymized with ease, and both companies and govt agencies do.
Now this law was passed at 2016. This year the EU countries have to start implementing it. Who knows how long it takes until it finishes. The whole stuff is kinda vague (it can be modified when necessary tho), and I don't know for example how the EU can force a foreign company to do whatever? There are sanctions but what jurisdiction the EU has over a US based firm for example Facebook and how the EU will force the sanctions onto for example said company?
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Bernd 02/21/2021 (Sun) 20:26:27 [Preview] No.42698 del
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Found something in Hungarian. Link it here so I won't forget to read it:
http://nyerscsaba.atw.hu/jurta/index.html
It's about the yurt and how it evolved.


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>>42698
Repostin, should look better.


Bernd 02/22/2021 (Mon) 20:50:31 [Preview] No.42701 del
Trying to look into the evolution of the yurt. Searched the term "yurt" and "tent" in a couple of books (quite a few actually), and tried to find something on the net too.
Problem is what archaeology can produce, that's little to none, so at best we only have speculations. Even the first layout of the most basic dwelling is contested, was it round or rectangular. Or that also can be discussed if they were dugout or entirely above surface. Making an A-frame is pretty convenient, just lean couple of logs next to two trees, lay a ridgepole over them, then lean sticks to the ridgepole. Digging a big hole in the ground is very work intensive and that also needs some roof.
The link above to the Hungarian site describes two possible ways for the evolution of the yurt, or rather two phases, one for shape, and the second is the application of the shape to a tent. These can be followed on the pics above.
The starting point is a dugout, the fireplace in one and, with flat or somewhat declining roof. Then the bottom of the pit became flatter and wider, the walls vertical, the fireplace got in the middle, the roof became an actual structure. Then the dugout became more shallow, and they added a small wall, bearing the roof. Then the whole thing stood above surface.
From the tepee the evolution of the dwelling branched in two, to the round stationary house, and toward the round, walled tents. The tents developed into the straight roofed Mongol ger and the curved roofed Turkic "uy" - these are the two types of yurt we know today.

I found an interesting tidbit: we know the Scythians also lived in yurts (for example from Herodotus), and archaeologist found that in towns they captured from the Greeks, they settled in and built pseudo-yurt houses from permanent materials. They preserved inner layout too, like the placing of the beds and the fireplace.


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Almost forgot this. From the Minusinsk Basin this illustration was recovered. On the right end there's a yurt but to the left those are other types of structures. They are permanent wooden polygonal houses, which are apparently similar to a certain type of building cattle-herders of Central Asia and the Altai built.


Bernd 02/23/2021 (Tue) 08:27:31 [Preview] No.42705 del
Also worth noting: "modern" dwellings not necessarily can be traced back to still existing "primitive" ones.
Also worth pointing out the obvious: building materials had to be available first. So before felt existed they couldn't use that as building material, but animal skin, or tree bark, both material behaving a bit differently than felt. Or some wood types are better suited for banding than others, that had to be available in relatively nearby for large scale use - climate changes changed the vegetation cover through the millennias.



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Films, tv-shows and related media Bernd 01/01/2020 (Wed) 18:08:25 [Preview] No. 33703 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The previous thread is at 499 posts, on the brink of autosage. So I open up a new one, because I have a thing to discuss as well with Bernd. But first thing first.

Finally I wanna watch these in their entirety, a series of Japanese films from the 70s The Yakuza Papers or Battles Without Honor And Humanity - which is also the title of the very first one.
I think the first five (what I'm planning on consuming) cover one full story, based on an OG yak's memoirs, published in a newspaper first. Then they made another three in the 70s, all standalone, and three more, two of them in this millennia.
They are in a certain subgenre of yakuza movies, which were fresh breeze at that time with their more realistic narrative and breakup with the "honorable samurai" romanticism of the previous era. They are also filmed in a documentary style, with handheld shaky cameras, and sometimes they even timestamp certain events as the movie plays - as far as I can tell based on the first one which I seen (but will rewatch).
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Bernd 02/19/2021 (Fri) 23:40:41 [Preview] No.42672 del
>>42668
>all Nick Cage movies are kinda bad, yaknowaddamsayin. It's fun.

If someone else did it, the movies wouldn't be liked so much.

Actually a lot of actors star in terri-bad movies. We just remember the good ones they star in.


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Gonna watch Tekkonkinkreet later. Is it good or bad bernd? Looks raly raly artistic


Bernd 02/20/2021 (Sat) 08:21:42 [Preview] No.42680 del
>>42672
>Actually a lot of actors star in terri-bad movies. We just remember the good ones they star in.
True, their successes makes their career memorable.
>If someone else did it, the movies wouldn't be liked so much.
This is also true. He has a character that adds to the enjoyability. Still his movies has this duality of shittiness and awesomeness. I understand his work is controversial and triggeres wide range of reaction from people, who usually divided by hating or loving it.


Bernd 02/20/2021 (Sat) 08:22:36 [Preview] No.42681 del
>>42673
Oh I forgot. On my part, I very rarely watch any kind of animation.


Bernd 02/22/2021 (Mon) 08:37:05 [Preview] No.42700 del
This one is good. Seen it ofc, but now so many actors I recognized from tv-shows. Rarely payed mind for such things before.



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Vidya thread Bernd 02/08/2021 (Mon) 15:37:41 [Preview] No. 42507 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Because the previous >>28357 is autosäging.
From the last posts:
>>42501 Crusader Kings 3 first impressions by Rusbernd
>>42504 unkown vidya making fun of Australia due to the lack of certain biome by Ausbernd

Last year I found out there's native Linux version of the Baldur's Gate Enhanced Editions. They are working well but I don't think I'll ever finish a playthrough again. Back then I finished original BG, and BG2, but not the Throne of Bhaal expansion. Damn long games.
Enhanced Edition makes it possible to play this classic DnD based crpg on modern steel, fixes bugs, changes some rules, adds new NPCs with quests, new items, two new expansions (The Black Pits - arena fight generator?, and Siege of Dragonspear - which is a module for the original story, taking part between BG1 and BG2). It seems okay all in all.
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Bernd 02/20/2021 (Sat) 16:11:40 [Preview] No.42688 del
>>42683
I think this was one Parajew game that did not run on Wine. Maybe with new updates both in game and in Wine fixed this.


Bernd 02/20/2021 (Sat) 16:38:46 [Preview] No.42689 del
>>42683
Tell us about your plans. Post screenshots with jungle of arrows showing your strategy to take over the antique world.


Bernd 02/21/2021 (Sun) 11:25:11 [Preview] No.42692 del
>>42683
This update has been said to be a great leap or a watershed moment in turning Imperator into a serious game. What a shame, yet not too surprising.


Bernd 02/21/2021 (Sun) 14:28:25 [Preview] No.42696 del
>>42688
Use windows like a normal person, weirdo.

>>42692
If this is the best they can do I don't have much hope for them...


Bernd 02/21/2021 (Sun) 18:22:08 [Preview] No.42697 del
>>42696
Normal persons use Linux (Android).
Where's your After Action Report, Bernd?



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Cooking Gulyás reup Bernd 06/28/2018 (Thu) 07:17:27 [Preview] No. 17596 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I saw some Mexican asking for gulyás recipe on Kohl and because I don't really want to start posting there beside the World Cup I decided to reupload the gulyás cooking as the other thread is "File not found" as well. So here's with original text.

Cooking with Bernd: gulyás

I was planning to post a good gulyás cooking since day one but somehow the occasion eluded me until now. I know a Hungarobernd did this on KC main but it was regular "cooking in the kitchen" type of thread and not "over open fire in bogrács" (traditional Hungarian pot).
I couldn't do this live for technical reasons but it will be fine this way too.

Pic #1
Ingredients: meat (little bit over half a kilo, it's pork, not beef), taters (by volume I used about the double of the meat dunno their weight), onions, tomato, paprikas, black pepper in the mill, dried ground paprika in the jar with the red lid, salt in the middle, and the white wax paper on the right covers the salo (fatback).
You can also see my Mora for cutting needs and a bearly visible peace from a wooden spoon behind the meat and the potato, the masterpiece of my carving art, used for stir the food in the bogrács.
The taters are leftovers from winter, wizened but fine for our purpose. Some of the onions and the paprikas are also leftovers I utilized.

Pic #2
The initial setup. Two quarter logs at the sides and a nest in the middle for the fire itself also aligned toward the usual main direction of the wind. The rocks are there for a little draft control. Tripod to hang the bogrács.

Pic #3
Lighted a handful of dry grass, placed in the middle of the nest, then a large handful of dry twigs above, and sticks across the log above all. As these sticks burn in the middle they broke after a while and fall into the nest. The heat from the nest lights up the inside faces of the logs. The heat is very concentrated toward the nest. The cooking is going above the nest, and it really doesn't need much flames. The smoldering logs pumping up lotsa heat, only some sticks are needed to be placed inside the nest time to times. Also when a log burns through, a new can be placed there. I had several prepared.

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>>42664
Image looks very Steepe style and nomandic living. I lieks it.

>>42636
How's it taste? It looks like it tastes better with butter


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>>41892
>I'll be going in blind, so I'm not sure what to expect


Dutch bernd presents: eatings, /int/ edition: Indian

My experience was this: I went to the Indian restaurant and immediately smelled the spices and the curry all over the place.

I had something basic Indian food, Chicken Tikka Masala with rice and Naan bread. First bite all I could taste was how spicy it was. Every little thing about it. The bread was kinda flavorless. After I was done with a full dish, I didn't really feel like I ate anything. Around an hour later, I just got hungry again. I also got a stomach ache from the food at night.

Overall bad experience. I don't really think I'll eat Indian food again thb.


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>>42675
Maybe I should try eating some Italian food next time tbh. le thoughts on this?


Bernd 02/20/2021 (Sat) 08:42:06 [Preview] No.42682 del
>>42675
Well, that was a fiasco then.
In the Sopranos the doc said when examined Tony when he got food poisoning, that Indians cook with ghee and that could cause digestion problems. I dunno since it's just butter that heated up and cooled down (and some residue skimmed from the top I think), it's "purified" butter.
But with spicy seasoning the taste of bad ingredients (like stale meat and such) can be masked. In warmer climate meat tend to spoil quicker, probably that's why they use such, I see no reason why the chicken would be bad in your area. Other than the restaurant owner being greedy. Although not easy to imagine that in the developed Wekt the restaurants aren't sampled over and over, and monitored due to strict EU regulations.

>>42677
>Italian cuisine
Boiled pasta with olive oil >>29241 >>29242 >>29243