An Infinite Abacus (AIA) is both a mathematical and computational tool. Its features include the ability to store any kind of numerical measurement along with the ability to retrieve it. Conceptually it may record any number of measurements, but from an analysis perspective it would only make sense to record a single value “on” a […]
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I thought that I could find God somewhere in this post , and other explorations, but in retrospect I was woefully wrong. I thought that since our universe was created by God, that we could spiritually benefit from understanding it in all of its aspects, but was wrong here, too. When I pick apart the […]
While working on the easy questions in life I put aside some time to work on defining the fundamental natures of our experience of this universe. The best that I could come up with is: * Identity: We experience a sense of self that is separate from “others”. * State: We experience things with a […]
Compiler and interpreter writers fill a delightful yet barely occupied role of those who are tasked with bridging the literal gap between machine and implementation and philosophical gap between desire for feature and fulfillment. My lack of experience in the topic and with such professionals leaves me surprised that not more roles and holders of […]
Haven’t cooked everything in them, but reading them sure made me hungry: * ϰ Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker Robin Robertson * ϰ Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats: Cut Out the Gluten and Enjoy an Even Healthier Vegan Diet with Recipes for Fabulous, Allergy-Free Fare Allyson Kramer * ϰ The Allergy-Free Cook Bakes Bread: Gluten-Free, […]
ϕ From Death To Birth Two easy questions: * Why do we live? * What happens when we die? This is one of these books that only make sense when read at the right time. When is the right time? That is unique to the reader. Though when it is, the wisdom shared within cannot […]
This video makes me think about how all quality assurance engineers must learn about the Therac-25.