Then I was thinking we need some kinda detector, camera, for black holes. Like a quantum prism, like how they use elemental light frequency information to find out about other stars and planets. But for black holes.
@Truthcoin @Paulnternet @ProofOfKeags Thoughts: it could be automated. Is any node completely anonymous? Given the right data set, could one track down every node, even TOR nodes? Or, does the identity of the node owner even matter–the explanatory goal of destroying the node(s) is more important than the attack.
If consciousness is an emergent property of a sufficiently decentralized system of nodes (eg cells/neurons), then problems in distributed computing are probably closer to explaining consciousness. Everyone only cares about Bitcoin as money, but it could be much more as a medium.
Inside your phone are three precog processors that can tell if you’re going to commit a crime. If one of the three precogs conflicts with the other two it creates a minority report, and Apple controls that report.