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Re: The Million Years Answering Machine [Re: Aaron_H] #70139
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[on the mankind answering server] "Dave? Who's Dave? What? He's located 5.6 MB behind me? Ask him to call me back on this number would you? Thanx!"

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Re: The Million Years Answering Machine [Re: Aaron_H] #70140
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I would leave the following message : "A sphincter says what?"


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Re: The Million Years Answering Machine [Re: Neuro] #228485
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I'd say, "tag you're it"

Re: The Million Years Answering Machine [Re: log2] #228526
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Originally Posted By: log2
I'd say, "tag you're it"




for resurrecting this thread..


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Re: The Million Years Answering Machine [Re: LarryLaffer] #228608
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Yea, yea, I know, but c'mon, that was hilarious

Re: The Million Years Answering Machine [Re: jcl] #233914
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My message to the future, and a warning until then.

Do you run on electricity? Congratulations, it was only
a matter of time. Ack.

You dont? The secret is to BANG THE ROCKS TOGETHER guys.


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Re: The Million Years Answering Machine [Re: Doug] #234572
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Originally Posted By: Doug
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Option 3
"Is this Dave? Is Dave home?"


"Dave's not here man!" <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

(If we are the only two on this forum that get this joke, I think we can call ourselves old. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />)


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Re: The Million Years Answering Machine [Re: Electroreactive] #278532
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10kb is actually a fair amount of space.. about 2048 words. That's enough space for a -very breif- recount of human history. Alternatively, you could fit a 100x100 8-bit colour image in that space.

Re: The Million Years Answering Machine [Re: the_mehmaster] #278549
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What would you write in such a 2048 word history then??

I'm sure you are aware of this, but even if you would take mankind's technological advancement as the main focus, there's no way you could fit everything into just 2048 words. wink


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Re: The Million Years Answering Machine [Re: PHeMoX] #278655
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hmm.. I guess so..

What about a colour image? you might have a picture of the earth before the plate tectonics moved the continents to their 1000000-years-from-now positions:

That image is in 8-bit,100x100 image.

But since it's compressed, it's only 6.9KB. So you could add a caption:


The way it was, when we were there.


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