how many ounces in a cup and how many ounces in a pound?


  • how many ounces in a pound?
    how many ounces in a cup?


  • @thestrangest that was very helpful

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    @jessica-mormont You're welcome


  • @girlnextdoor agreed upon that, not hiding idetity lol
    i'm just like really new on here

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    @girlnextdoor said in how many ounces in a cup and how many ounces in a pound?:

    @thestrangest well I'd say u can never beat a human over google. Google is just a machine. But human knowledge is impossible to replace.

    Google is a collection of human knowledge


  • @jessica-mormont 16 ounces in a pound (unit of mass), 8 fl. ounces in a cup (unit of volume)

    @GirlNextDoor Usually one becomes friends first before asking for pictures, that seems to have worked for me. Also, knowledge and wisdom are different things, I think what you mean is Google can't replace human wisdom (which they are working on via artificial intelligence AI).

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    @i-am-male said in how many ounces in a cup and how many ounces in a pound?:

    @thestrangest Hurricane season has already gotten a lot worse for those living along the East coast

    You do realise that we're talking about what more likely to end human life. If global warming was the reason you do realise that'll take at least another 100 years from now but with AI 25 years is the minimum

    antibiotic resistance is becoming a big issue and bioterrorism will become a real threat now that CRISPR is accessible to virtually anyone - which is a version of gene editing that even dummies can access and afford. Imagine creating a virus that combines ebola, the flu, and HIV, that's possible now. Giant space rocks wiped out the dinosaurs, I don't think ruling them out is a good idea.

    1st You do not realise that as much as CRISPR would be widespread in the near future, these types of big genetic modifications are still tricky. It will take another 30 years before bioterrorism could possibly become a thing right? And even then that wouldn't easily constitute the end of all human life because just as easily CRISPR could be used to create a life erasing virus it could be used to create an antidote. An astroid hitting earth in the next 100 years would have been detected by now and by then we would probably be an interplanetary species.

    AI is limited by electricity, so even if machines take over the world, we would just have to pull the plug on electricity and wait for them to run out of juice.

    That is not how it works. Not only would cutting all electricity all over a country immediately result in a lot of deaths because of our dependence on water, food and other things that could only be accessed using electricity if that's what you meant by cutting electricity but AI would definitely not be dumb enough to somehow let us just cut off electricity, AI would most likely be.

    Or, go somewhere with high humidity so they'll rust.

    Do i really have to explain how stupid this is. We Most electronics are already made out of materials that can't rust so why would we degrade quality of materials for AI


  • @thestrangest said in how many ounces in a cup and how many ounces in a pound?:

    You do realise that we're talking about what more likely to end human life. If global warming was the reason you do realise that'll take at least another 100 years from now but with AI 25 years is the minimum

    This is with respect to my earlier answer "Depends where you're living", so it's fathomable to think people living on the coast will experience more intense storms and face a higher risk of mortality. (https://www.gfdl.noaa.gov/global-warming-and-hurricanes/)

    Hurricane Frequency

    1st You do not realise that as much as CRISPR would be widespread in the near future, these types of big genetic modifications are still tricky. It will take another 30 years before bioterrorism could possibly become a thing right? And even then that wouldn't easily constitute the end of all human life because just as easily CRISPR could be used to create a life erasing virus it could be used to create an antidote. An astroid hitting earth in the next 100 years would have been detected by now and by then we would probably be an interplanetary species.

    I think you're underestimating the rate at which CRISPR is spitting out new knowledge into the world. (https://www.elsevier.com/research-intelligence/campaigns/crispr) 2013-15

    It's terrorism for a reason, consider that we haven't completely wiped out all computer viruses. It takes time to develop a vaccine or cure to any pathogen, and if bioterrorists really wanted to make something tricky, it could take a long time to cure it.

    EDIT: forgot to address the asteroid point, here's a quotation from NASA (NEO - near earth objects)
    "With so many of even the larger NEOs remaining undiscovered, the most likely warning today would be zero," NASA informs us. We would see nothing at all until suddenly, just as the impact occurred, we noticed a "flash of light and the shaking of the ground as it hit." Then poof.
    (https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkain/2013/01/10/we-probably-wouldnt-even-see-a-doomsday-asteroid-until-it-was-too-late/#3fc3c5737735)

    That is not how it works. Not only would cutting all electricity all over a country immediately result in a lot of deaths because of our dependence on water, food and other things that could only be accessed using electricity if that's what you meant by cutting electricity but AI would definitely not be dumb enough to somehow let us just cut off electricity, AI would most likely be.

    Currently our technology is still tame enough that AI couldn't just use robots to build itself and its power source a nice bunker to defend itself without us knowing. Worst case scenario we nuke the facilities supplying power to it, assuming another country nukes us (AI shouldn't have access outside national borders, and if it did grow this capable, I'd imagine we'd shut it down much sooner).

    Assuming we could cut the electricity, we should be able to cut AI off the grid relatively quickly and restore power to essential services. If you want to argue there's a risk involved, ... considering that the tradeoff is the end of the world, I think it's justifiable to cut the power. Also, it's feasible that water could still be conveyed to a large extent just by gravity flow, there would only be some places that would experience outages.

    Do i really have to explain how stupid this is. We Most electronics are already made out of materials that can't rust so why would we degrade quality of materials for AI

    Mainly saying if AI uses drones to hunt for humans, it's feasible that they wouldn't last indefinitely from risk of rusting. (https://forum.dji.com/thread-57238-1-1.html)


  • Interesting.. I'd like to see your picture!

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    @jessica-mormont the answer is........... GOOGLE


  • @girlnextdoor i bet you would, that's really what everybody ask for


  • @jessica-mormont I'd says there is no point of hiding your identity.


  • @thestrangest why don't you be her google?


  • @thestrangest are you really that helpful in real?

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    @girlnextdoor said in how many ounces in a cup and how many ounces in a pound?:

    @thestrangest why don't you be her google?

    Google has a longer lifespan than me therefore using up it's time is better and also if i wanted to be her google, i would fucking google the answer and copy it which she of course could do by herself

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    @jessica-mormont said in how many ounces in a cup and how many ounces in a pound?:

    @thestrangest are you really that helpful in real?

    A bit more


  • @thestrangest well I'd say u can never beat a human over google. Google is just a machine. But human knowledge is impossible to replace.

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    @girlnextdoor therefore it s better than just human knowledge


  • @girlnextdoor Google is human knowledge hahah

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    @blooddrunk exactly






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