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I'm contributing to try to bring about this latest revolution in our species: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Pq-S557XQU#t=21

Check out my Learn Programming Project to get anyone started in programming starting from zero.

Check my blog on enhancing intelligence: http://sentientmachine.blogspot.com/2014/01/how-to-improve-cognitive-function-part.html

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What have you tried: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/172758/what-have-you-tried-epidemic

StackOverflow is designed to help programmers with their code with intent to help programmers become better programmers, not to deliver code for non-programmers

Contributing to stackoverflow to help you guys up to a type-II civilization so you can help me build the components to repair my ship. Your periodic table should be arranged like this:

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I need a 2 cm cube of pure superactinide unbihexium-310, you tried to create some, but CERN was unsuccessful because you lacked understanding. I suggest you hurry before my pursuers find me here.

It's an element off the end of your periodic table, If you triple bond each atom with a carbon atom, it will stop radiating. It resists spacetime, so properly shaped (tm) you can poke a pinhole in spacetime and make a black hole.

I suggest you expedite, the fight that would happen on this planet between me and my pursuers would likely render it uninhabitable for you for at least a few thousand years.

If you can get me that 2 cm cube, I will exchange it for information on how/why your cells self destruct after 80 years, and a device for how to restore their function back to their peak performance around age 25. Or if that's not what lights a fire under your governments butt, a device that can convert electricity to antimatter in mass quantity at about 70% efficiency.

The exchange will occur when I am in orbit, you send me 1/100th of the goods, and I send you 1/100th of the agreed upon compensation with an hour to inspect the quality each iteration. This continues until the exchange is complete.

Transmission terminated. Program will exit.


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