Discussion about the 5th gen war
@TiberiusBravo87 An aspergers diagnosis isnt what does it for me, ive got plenty of friends who are/should be diagnosed. I’m talking about wierd grunting and being unable to take care of oneself, but I suppose that goes without saying but maybe thats not even Aspergers and im misattributing it.
Either way I know little on the topic and didnt mean to cause offence.
@Mritsu Clarification: Sitting back thinking on it I would say it's more 1/8th to 1/4 of the people are like you and get instantly weirded out or hateful towards someone with aspergers. Yet when asked why they cannot ever provide an answer beyond their feelings. It's all emotional. Most people think I'm alright, sadly the ones that get the bad vibes tend to be the social nexus of the group so you can say they poison the well.
Also interesting to note, if I take Phenibut this doesn't happen at all. And people who had an inexplicable dislike of me ease up when I am fully dosed on Phenibut. I do suspect the GABA system is one of the main culprits with the autism spectrum.
@Mritsu Yes, it's like wolves and dogs. They know they want to kill each other even though they are closely related. People hate me even if I'm saying nothing but "hi" and otherwise being polite without saying much. This is why I don't bother with people unless needed anymore, I can do nothing wrong but walk in a room and half of the "normies" just want me dead or gone for no reason whatsoever.
The good news is not only do I have aspergers, I also never lost a fight. You don't win fights, I got hurt pretty bad a few times, but I made sure to never lose. And I don't start them. Other people antagonize me until I tell them to fuck off or leave my stuff alone, they take that as the queue they need to try to beat on me, then they find out they underestimated me. Often they are nice to me afterward, there have been more than 6 incidents where I got in a fight with a co-worker, whooped his ass, then everyone else in the plant or at that shop would suddenly start acting very nice to me.Read More
@TiberiusBravo87 I think you’re talking about people who are good at technology and slightly weird socially. I have a high “tolerance” for these people because they usually have something interesting to talk about, but actual on-the-spectrum aspergers autists can be seriously fucking uncomfortable to be around, I think @tmachus is referring to those.
@tmachus r and k selection has led to some families have more technically inclined members in their lineage. Grandfather was a machinist, next generation had multiple engineers and technicians, next generation had more. And there was no pressure, we all just excelled at that. And the men in my family are often noted to be assholes by co-workers, friends, and other family. There is a genetic component as well as environmental considerations of being raised around such a family. Some people were good at logging since they have healthy genes for building muscle and were larger than average, those extended families existed in places like south England where some Germans landed.
I will disagree, it isn't purely nutrition and toxins that cause it.
@TiberiusBravo87 Lol, just because women have been a useful tool of the social engineers doesn't mean they are a cause of that. Autism is caused by nutritional deficiencies and environmental toxins. That's it. So maybe Autism existed back then, but it certainly wasn't the norm as it has become.
@tmachus Autists have been around for a long time. Look at Einstein and other "odd" historical figures. It just wasn't until the recent uptick in electronics and other complicated technology that they were very useful. In medieval times they were just given an abacus and told to count what is in the treasury. Today we have nintendo, computers, smart phones, emulators and all sorts of cool stuff because of Autism. In the 70's and up until perhaps the 90's they were still ostracized until the public really began to benefit from their efforts. At this point women tried to jump on the nerd-tech bandwagon and the fetishism for autism began.
@tmachus It will be very difficult for AI to emulate a perfectly charming person, but it will be able to behave like a weirdo neurotic autist. The problem is that much of the masses will be behaving in the same manner and so won't be able to detect it very well. In fact, it will likely be difficult for perfectly normal people to discern the exact difference between AI and poorly developed humans as well. We'll just know that a character in the video is not well and not the type of person that we want to be around.
There is already so much faggoty liberal sympathy for "neurologically atypical" people. In that world you are unable to say something edgy with ambiguity that an
advanced AI autistic person would not be able to parse. They've been paving the way for this AI onslaught by using liberal Cancel Culture fake compassion.