I want to _____ moe!
You just don't understand.
The title of the show is "Everything becomes F", right?
If you look at a computer keyboard, you will see that "F" key has that thingy that helps you to find while touch typing. I'm assuming regular QWERTY layout of course.
The other key that has the same thingy is J.
Eveything becomes jelly.
While we wait, cool breakdown of the ED visuals by the guy who made them.
quality seems to be dropping
also cool new shirt
Moe was being cute every single time she could this episode.
I'm basically retarded when it comes to figuring out mysteries so it's very annoying for me. Currently my best theory is that
the murderer is Shiki's daughter that lived with her for 15 years
I think you're on the right track.
Or at least that's what Saikawa is thinking about too.
Why is she so perfect?
The purple dawn was pretty.
What kind of research lab has a DJ set with vinyls?
Yeah, but that looks like a full DJ/produciton studio. Wouldn't workers normally be expected to bring their own gear in that situation? I just can't see a valid reason for a lab to have a club built in.
Researchers need to party too. And they can only leave the island by taking the boat.
So if they wanted to have a chill time with drinks and music outside the lab they would have to take the boat, have a party on the mainland then wait 24 hours or more to be able to get back on the island again.
They have contracts with NASA, they clearly have enough money to have their own entertainment facilities on site, kinda like Google.
Don't even look at him you bitch.
Quite a few judging by what we saw.
PLEASE if anyone has a link or a pdf or the translated book of Subete ga F ni Naru you would be my hero
please help us find a copy
what the fuck
This is the doctor. She is not dead. And time has not been kind on her.
The image of the hot girl doctor they showed everyone was not real.
Magata Shiki has blue eyes, the body in the wedding dress has purple eyes, their color was what made Moe to remember the color of the dress she was wearing when her parents died
>the body in the wedding dress has purple eyes
No they're blue.
looping .gif of sensei eating sandwich when?
the real clue is pretty likely to be this
also, moe continues to be moe
Why are there only male ostriches? Will everything turn female?
>moe continues to be moe
Impatiently wiggling the mouse on the hang up button while waiting for the buttler to finish talking was moe and funny as well.
That may sound weird but for me the anime looks like it pretty realistically and naturally shows interactions between characters and the progression of the plot without turning to usual anime shenanigans. Might be the case of the source material but I think it's adapted well.
I think the same thing, the show has a shit ton of really well crafted character moments and interactions. It's kinda subtle and isn't directly really part of the mystery so I think people overlook that and think "wow nothing happened, they didn't even solve anything yet".
Other than Moe I don't think they're all that good. Soumei is blandly autistic and an entirely unconvincing "genius". Shiki just shows up to be wacky multiple personalty murder girl. Everyone else is pretty much a non-entity.
It was weird the way he moved from his spot at the moment she woke up.
He really doesn't want her to get the wrong idea.
I didn't find it weird, it's pretty consistent with how Saikawa has been acting around her. Even if he's not indifferent to her charms he tries not to show it too much. I guess her being the daughter of his late mentor makes it awkward for him in a way.
>sensei is just a huge pussy
We've seen what happens when you give in, you get murdered 15 years later. I bet it was worth it for the uncle.
The show itself is implying there's a lot of similarities between Moe-Saikawa and Shiki-Uncle.
Not everything is going to be the same of course, like Shiki is way more sexy.
>girl locked in a room for 15 years
It all makes sense.
Use the fucking keyboard you stupid chink.
This is neat anon, thanks for posting if you see this. I recognized the similarity to Conway's Game of Life, but it's really interesting to get a look at the process this guy used to make the visuals in more depth.
Also, although both are really good, ED>OP in my opinion.
The ED visuals are fantastic for sure.
I hope the guy gets to make OP/ED for other shows in the future.
> Here is the list of works I have referred consciously and unconsciously
> C ED
Man it really shows, especially in the beginning of Cs when it's going nuts on the seizure QR codes
on an unrelated note I wish that song's intro/ first verse would last longer before it goes into generic Jpop chorus. That little almost chiptune-like bit is the shit
I work with two major things: one is Data Analytics and the other is Scientific simulations.
CUDA lets you harness GPUs - specifically newer Nvidia GPUs - which you normally use for drawing fancy graphics to do massively parallel computations. There's also OpenCL which works with AMD cards too.
GPUs are different from CPUs. CPUs excel in complex branching and serial operations. GPUs excel in doing many simple things at once. This is because their traditional graphics applications - such as rendering pixels - involves computing the value of each pixel individually and is done in parallel by simple, but multiple cores.
For instance, if you want to multiply two matrices, if you do it in a sequential fashion, it's a loss less efficient because you have to do one operation after the other. Instead, you could separate the processing into multiple threads (execution units), do each computation simultaneously in the many hundreds of GPU cores and it is much faster.
Quantum state simulations atm. I don't understand most of the physics itself, but CompSci and Physics work as a team here.
I *did* work on fast hashing recently though, so bitcoin is not really far off.
'd just like to interject for a moment. What you’re referring to as Red Magic, is in fact, GNU/Red Magic, or as I’ve recently taken to calling it, GNU plus Red Magic. Red Magic is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning GNU system made useful by the GNU corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX.
Many computer users run a modified version of the GNU system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of GNU which is widely used today is often called “Red Magic”, and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the GNU system, developed by the GNU Project. There really is a Red Magic, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use.
Red Magic is the kernel: the program in the system that allocates the machine’s resources to the other programs that you run. The kernel is an essential part of an operating system, but useless by itself; it can only function in the context of a complete operating system. Red Magic is normally used in combination with the GNU operating system: the whole system is basically GNU with Red Magic added, or GNU/Red Magic. All the so-called “Red Magic” distributions are really distributions of GNU/Red Magic.
You're not getting any more than this. Sorry.
Bitcoin is nice but nowadays that seems to be done on chips designed for it rather than GPUs, from what I've seen GPUs don't even have a place in cryptocurrency these days. I also don't know much about quantum physics, but are there any projected applications for the results that preforming quantum state simulations provides?
Yeah, no one uses GPUs for cryptocurrency. ASICs exist that are more efficient. However, fast hashing has other applications.
I can't talk more about my work, muh anonymity.
Also, sleeping now.
>attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent, culture, etc., than is actually possessed.
sounds like anon-kun doesn't think the show is as clever as the show thinks it is
Not him, but being pretentious means you're pretending to be smarter than you actually are. This show has tons of "smart" characters spout absolute nonsense in an effort to characterize them as smart. Seeing as smart people don't talk like edgy middle school children who are wicked nihilists, the show is by definition pretentious.
friendship. Magata and the gang have been pulling a prank on Moe this whole time. The next episode is the hot springs episode. The series ends with the Culture Fair and both Sensei and Magata confesses to Moe and she has to decide between a pure hetero relationship or carnal yuri pleasure.
She chooses to remain just friends with everyone.
>"Friendship is the real treasure" end
You can at least download the raws if you search mori hiroshi s & m torrent
Saikawa-sensei is a veteran of the Emu War.
He still hears it. The chirping. The sound of hundreds of legs.
He can still feel the dust clouds enveloping him.
He tried to forget, to stick his head in the sand.
But they keep returning.
Because red is communism. Everything is fifteen. Ostriches. Bread.
>Published: April 3 1996
Even though they changed it so the show takes place in 2015 in the anime, some technological plot points are going to betray the fact that the story is almost 20 years old.
Now that was a murder mystery done right. Atmospheric with just the right amount of 2deep4u. Sure,
the actual reveal was fucking wack,but still a neat show.
Mouryou no Hako, if any of you want to check out a better detective/mystery show after this.
I like both. The best part of these mystery show is always the ending.
If you don't like Subete because they talk to much and they aren't solving the mystery fast enough, you not going to like MnH either.
>Actual world class scientists say smart people don't talk like that and the show is pretentious
>The neckbeards that think this show isn't pretentious throw a bitchfit
The difference between the two is that what's being talked about in MnH is actually full of substance and interesting. In F they're literally just spewing bullshit and very poorly trying to "develop" the characters of Saikawa and Moe.
>world class scientists
Some literal nobody working as an intern isn't a "world class scientist".
The difference between the two is that they're written by very different people, Natsuhiko Kyogoku is very passioned about Yokai and japanese folklore while Hiroshi Mori was a researcher and engineer before becoming a writer.
So far I enjoy the mystery aspect and the 50's setting of MnH better (Subete might get close if the final 3 episodes are great), but the characters (Moe,Saikawa and Shiki) and their development is really doing it for me.