Transcript for 05-05-2017, 54 lines:
05:23:00 funkenstein_: new joint from brother ali out today :D
07:50:20 punkman: "the volume of material that I have seen - documents, personal testimony, discussions in person - added up cannot be forged. "
07:50:23 punkman: right right
07:50:45 pankkake: every time it gets more of a confused rambling
07:54:31 punkman: what was the new "satoshi sighting"
08:04:41 punkman: did anyone ever do a good piece of Dave Kleiman?
08:56:12 Framedragger: pankkake: wait, is that parody? i honestly can't tell
08:56:39 Framedragger: "read the news, people!" sounds satirical, but then author was the one to first claim that "there can be no crypto proof!1"
08:56:41 Framedragger: whaat
08:56:51 punkman: wel yeah
08:57:00 punkman: how do you know guy with the key is satoshi
08:57:10 Framedragger: hmh
08:57:59 Framedragger: actually one elegant way is to just have a simplified semantics where "owner of key = person in question". i know i know, that's not how identity works :D
08:58:11 Framedragger: but what's the alternative
08:58:33 Framedragger: i guess the alternative is "discard all these ramblings, but also agree that there can be no 'crypto proof'"
08:58:34 Framedragger: fair enough
08:58:56 punkman: !s iang
10:41:02 punkman: for your "jet fuel can't melt steel beams" friends
10:42:35 punkman: <danielpbarron> it wasn't a laser. it was some thing that causes a sort of cold fusion that turns atoms into other atoms, and causes atoms and molecules to repel eachother. it caused the buildings to turn to dust mid-air
16:07:17 funkenstein_: "Did you ever wonder why the communications and the paper were so concise, well written, literate, on point? The reason was that it wasn't a person: *it was a team*"
16:07:45 funkenstein_: Apparently this team blog doesn't have many collaborative publications under their belt
16:11:59 funkenstein_: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=05-05-2017#1470755 <-- Poe's law is a bitch eh?
16:11:59 assbot: Logged on 05-05-2017 08:56:12; Framedragger: pankkake: wait, is that parody? i honestly can't tell
16:16:06 funkenstein_: Well apparently he does have a paper "Corda, an Introduction" with three co-authors
16:22:37 funkenstein_: So it was Dave Kleiman and CSW and some other guys who he's not going to tell us eh?
16:23:36 funkenstein_: Seems more likely than the first three steel framed building ever to collapse due to fires all happened on morning together.
16:24:18 funkenstein_: But hey that's also possible isn't it.
16:25:34 funkenstein_: Somebody write up Satoshi did 911 plox
16:27:10 funkenstein_: But seriously it's a great mystery, the 911 genre of books and movies will keep producing gems for years I think
16:30:02 pankkake: the best thing is that there were 9/11 conspiracies before 9/11
16:32:09 funkenstein_: oh?
16:34:42 pankkake: The Lone Gunmen first episode for example
16:35:51 funkenstein_: I'm not familiar
16:36:37 pankkake: they uncover a conspiracy by the government to crash a plane into the world trade center
16:39:50 funkenstein_: nice i haven't been there in a while, trying to recall what i saw there
16:40:32 punkman: girl was looking at it, said "wait isn't march 2001 before september"
16:40:45 punkman: (first post dated march 2001)
16:41:21 funkenstein_: well they almost brought them down in '93
16:43:30 funkenstein_: "Now I'm in the limelight 'cause I rhyme tight. Time to get paid, blow up like the World Trade"
16:43:42 funkenstein_: Biggie Smalls, mid nineties
17:29:38 assbot: Logged on 05-05-2017 14:54:17; punkman: http://www.scmp.com/business/companies/article/2093137/why-china-can-deflate-worlds-largest-credit-bubble-orderly