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    • jdurand
      Not at the moment.  There's some issues with dealing in crypto for our company.  Laws are changing and it looks like crypto will be ok in the future.
    • sophia
      Thank you! Please keep me posted when you are up and running again.  Do you take bitcoin?
    • jdurand
      We sold the name Interstellar.com to a crypto company and are now https://DurandInterstellar.com   If you're in the west, your computer may tell you we're some sort of evil site.  We're not but there's nothing we can do about what unfriendly countries say.   We are temporarily shut down but will be selling structured water devices again hopefully mid 2023.  At the moment we can't ship to anyone in the west due to sanctions the west has implemented.  But, if you're in a friendly country we should be able to ship to you once we restart production.   One note, all sales are in rubles, but we may be able to assist with converting currencies.
    • jdurand
    • sophia
      Hello, I'm looking for a structured water cup or device, and I clicked on many of the links for Intersteller, and all the links are broken.  Can you still buy these products?  If not, does anyone have any resources for 3d printer files?  My husband has a Dremel 3d printer.  Thank you!
    • supervisedlearning
      Hi Everyone,   I'd like to introduce myself, I am an American in my twenties.  I grew up farming, but developed a great interest in statistics both at university and on my own time.   I am shocked I was not aware of Clif High and Web Bot until last week.  It is amazing that I have missed this, as it dovetails with many of my interests.  I have always been fascinated with how seemingly unrelated events are correlated along the lines of how Edward Dewey looked at things.     At one point I built something similar (on the surface at least) to Web Bot with the goal of predicting hay prices.  I used R to do the whole thing, as it is the language I am familiar with for playing with big datasets.  I gave up on incorporating web traffic, as I just couldn't get much out of it.  My strong suspicion is that as the internet looks more and more like interactive cable TV, the percentage of text that is a person's original idea drops to nearly nothing.  With that said, I was able to build a useful model using some unlikely data sources.   Could anyone fill me in on where the project is right now?  Based on what I have found so far, it seems like Clif shut things down for similar reasons.   Is anyone still developing a successor, or working on a new approach?     Thank You      
    • JAKMACK
      This simulation is getting boring. Last glitch I went thru the secret society people ran off and gimped my machine
    • JAKMACK
      August is the latest spook data, (i would love to get a download of the matrix predicting machine btw). Some french new age commie scammer made a book saying the return of the annunaki is in 2022, so far I am disappointed bigly
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