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Here's some they didn't find, from /usr/dict/words: Paraná, Zürich, attaché. Not sure of the encoding, but I'd guess UTF-8.

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My not so strong password is not in the list, spacex12, and Ive checked if it was already cracked by the prefix of 00000, nope.

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This is an incentives problem and won't change for as long as we blame the delivery companies. Blame the company who chose the delivery company.

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What stops you signing up? If it's "cryocrastination", read this:

"I know more people who are planning to sign up for cryonics Real Soon Now than people who have actually signed up. I expect that more people have died while cryocrastinating than have actually been cryopreserved. If you've already decided this is a good idea, but you "haven't gotten around to it", sign up for cryonics NOW. I mean RIGHT NOW." - http://lesswrong.com/lw/wq/you_only_live_twice/

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NB to the casual reader: the above was always intended as satire.

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You seem to be implying that if a philosophical position has a name, it is not stupid. I'm sorry to be the one to break this to you but that's far from being so.

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That's the opposite of my understanding; Sandberg and Bostrom discusses this and at least as far as compute resources go, simulating the brain is by far the harder problem.

http://www.fhi.ox.ac.uk/selected_outputs/fohi_publications/b...

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That may be true of the body, although our nervous system in our body is quite large, not to mention the spinal chord. But it's certainly not true of the developmental environment. For one thing, simulating that would require simulated thousands of other human brains.

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