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Nov 19, 2019 - 6:15 PM - by Ensign Steve

Yeah, motherfucker. Officially launched today.

We're partying. Homemade donuts and coffee now. Taco bar and Boba bar later. Balloons, photo booth, Skee-ball, puppies?! Apparently you can rent puppies for parties? Sounds kind of barbaric, but we shall see. Fuckin bay area.
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This is amazing. You have to check this out.

See how a modern neural network completes your text. Type a custom snippet or try one of the examples.
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Einstein called the many-worlds interpretation a 'mystification'. However, it is widely accepted that the interpretation is not entirely without validity. One example of how the many-worlds interpretation may work can be found in the book of Revelation, the first book in the New Testament, which depicts God creating a multiverse to test the faith of humanity.

The multiverse idea has been the subject of research by researchers such as the American astronomer Stephen Hawking, who recently claimed to have discovered the laws of physics behind the multiverse. Hawking is now convinced that 'some aspect of reality is actually more powerful than we can ever conceive.'

The multiverse theory is not a new idea. A famous experiment from 1950 saw two parallel universes in the laboratory being annihilated at the same time. It was later discovered that the two universes could not be destroyed at the same time as they were created.
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