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    petrushkagoogol reacted to OceanBreeze in 5G   
    I have no idea. I suggest we ask a teenager if we can get one away from his/her phone long enough to converse with.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to sanctus in Astrology - Fact Or Fiction   
    Petrush..., exactly like I say you can find connection wherever you want. Why is Taurus ruled by Venus? Why not the other way? Why one ruling the other in the first place? And why is Venus related to marriage? I always heard that Venus was related to women. If in Virgo Venus is in declination (whatever that means) why does it imply that you should never get married? Why not that you have only 1 woman? Etc.? 
    So don't worry you need no help :-)
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to sanctus in Astrology - Fact Or Fiction   
    Yes, you can always find connections where you want to find them. That is were we humans excelled and always had too, this is how we survived harsh environments before having technology...
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to Flummoxed in Neil Armstrong And Chaos Theory   
    Ive got to change that name. :) I didnt notice I posted twice how did that happen, chaos theory.
     
    Chaos theory might be a good way of describing every interconnected thing in the universe :shocked:  Everything is connected to certain degrees. I suspect there are degrees of entanglement even at the quantum level. For reasons I wrote on 006 thread this morning.
     
    Edit Still dont if I should kill that butterfly !
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to Flummoxed in Fault Tolerant Systems   
    No. dual, triple quadruple redundancy systems exist. The more dangerous the process the more redundancy is built in. These systems counter murphys law, or the law of **** happens, by preventing it happening :)
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to Flummoxed in Neil Armstrong And Chaos Theory   
    The further things are separated in the world, the more chaotic there behavior seems to be. Things can easily be shown to be deterministic when they are located near each other, with clear causes and effects. When they are separated by space and time a systems response has many other inputs.
     
    Philosophically in chaos theory a butterfly flapping its wings at one side of the planet, causes a war at the other side. To model a system we take into account the main inputs and ignore the smaller ones that have little effect. Would squashing that butterfly, to stop a war, cause another one? 
     
    Correlation works when you know what the noise signal is, or your inputs are more significant than the noise. If your inputs are buried in noise you need to know what the noise was to extract the inputs, driving your system. 
     
    Maybe I'm making sense, any loss of clarity is because i'm trying to be very general and cover climate change, politics, business, entropy, physics etc and i havent had a coffee yet. 
     
    Better idea wiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaos_theory theres a lot more detail in this link.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to Flummoxed in Neil Armstrong And Chaos Theory   
    The further things are separated in the world, the more chaotic there behavior seems to be. Things can easily be shown to be deterministic when they are located near each other, with clear causes and effects. When they are separated by space and time a systems response has many other inputs.
     
    Philosophically in chaos theory a butterfly flapping its wings at one side of the planet, causes a war at the other side. To model a system we take into account the main inputs and ignore the smaller ones that have little effect. Would squashing that butterfly, to stop a war, cause another one? 
     
    Correlation works when you know what the noise signal is, or your inputs are more significant than the noise. If your inputs are buried in noise you need to know what the noise was to extract the inputs, driving your system. 
     
    Maybe I'm making sense, any loss of clarity is because i'm trying to be very general and cover climate change, politics, business, entropy, physics etc and i havent had a coffee yet. 
     
    Better idea wiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaos_theory theres a lot more detail in this link.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to Flummoxed in Can Psychiatric Conditions Be Computerised As Algorithms?   
    Needs a break() function or time out after x loops, to make the OCD function normal :) 
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to VictorMedvil in 5 Dimensional Human Beings As Local Spacetime Distortions   
    Yes they actually do because of mass but anything with mass does but very little as our mass is very little. You are moving your mass's distortion as you move around.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to devin553344 in Assisted Learning And It's Effectiveness   
    I quit smoking for 10 years by switching to light cigarettes and then ultra lights. So I would say yes they can work.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to VictorMedvil in Cerenkov Radiation   
    While this video maybe not accurate things like that will be dust in the wind, the Scientific Legacy I intend to pass on is a knowledge of Synthetic Viral Vectors for gene therapy,The most advanced Synthetic Biological weapons, a accurate understanding of the Standard model, a accurate understanding of String Theory, and Artificial Intelligence. I have yet to have a pupil but when I do I will teach him or her all of these things to the best of my knowledge he or she will have a understanding of everything that is accurate to real universe. The people that understand the truths of these matter have the power to create and destroy at their slightest will having the power and knowledge of this entire species's technological devices at their command and even then they will still only be a novice, for it comes in seeing past the present and putting those ideas into practice that you become the master of your own world, The Master doesn't seek herds of followers or sheep to the slaughter but fellow creators those that add new writings and ideas to the tablets. My works are hosted on every science forum out there displayed with high ratings, the hope that these works will help this species become space faring that will roam the stars forever when they enter mainstream.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to VictorMedvil in Cerenkov Radiation   
    What does this have to do with Scientific news or news?
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    petrushkagoogol got a reaction from exchemist in Eccentricity Or Science - Feet Fetishism   
    Some feat 
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to exchemist in Eccentricity Or Science - Feet Fetishism   
    Thank God it is only their feet. 
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to montgomery in The Soul   
    Some Border Collie sheep dogs have what is referred to as 'good eye'. Mine does and he can stare at a small flock of sheep and cause the sheep to move where he wills them to move. 
    Has his mind influenced the behaviour of the sheep? 
    Are humans capable of influencing the behaviour of another species in a physical way that can be seen as the equivalent of my dog's power?
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    petrushkagoogol got a reaction from devin553344 in Transformation Of Line To A Point   
    Brilliant
     
     
    PS : Thanks Anders Heljberg for the C# programming language
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to exchemist in The Electron Cloud   
    No. You don't need QFT for this. 
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to VictorMedvil in Does A Newtonian Prism Split Up The Wave-Function Of White Light Into Composite Wave-Functions ?   
    Actually, it doesn't change the frequency but rather the wavelength, but when the prism is gone the wavelength change is gone.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to VictorMedvil in Situational Energy   
    What about A well-dressed, Well-heeled gentlemen with No Family, living in a toxic mansion.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to exchemist in The Green Planet   
    This is wrong. 
     
    First, E=mc² is irrelevant, as it does not apply to light, for which m = 0 . The full expression is E²= (mc²)² +p²c². For massless photons the first term is zero and we are left with E=pc, which by de Broglie's relation is equivalent to E=hν, Planck's relation between the energy of a photon and its frequency. 
     
    Second, the energy per unit time depends on the intensity of the light, i.e. number of photons arriving per unit time. This has nothing to do with their speed, only with the number emitted per unit time in the direction of the object in question. (If light travelled more slowly there would just be more in transit - it would not affect the intensity.) 
     
    What you could argue is that if light travelled more slowly the energy per photon would be less and therefore it would not be absorbed by chlorophyll and for that reason would be able to support photosynthesis.   
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to hazelm in Which Of These Is The Best Leadership Model ?   
    Not #4 for certain, knowing that adult leaders generally become so through hero worship which the leader eats up like honey.  Don't ever cross her/him.
     
    Does (or can) #1 lead to #4?
     
    I'm sorry.   I am not answering the question.  I just don't see much in any of them unless it involves a sudden emergency.   Then you meet your real leaders - the kind no one votes for.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to A-wal in Psychology And The Space-Time Continuum   
    1. No. Children do not produce a gravitational field in addition to their mass. They tend to be less massive, so no. No they are not.
     
    2. Wouldn't that be lovely. Does that really seem like the world we live in to you? It can bind people with other people but binding humanity as a whole, no. No it is not.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to DaveC426913 in Reverse Engineering Fake News Using Computer Programming   
    1] What do either of these have to do with deciphering fake news? What algorithm out there thinks that beards mean questionable character?
     
    2] The problem is that this can (indeed, must) be manipulated for the benefit of those who curate the news. You would immediately be in a position where you could not trust your news because it's being filtered by someone who has decided what is and is not fake news. Facebook is guilty of this. They curate what news they want you to see.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to DaveC426913 in Should Search Engine Strings Make Sense ?   
    You would be in the minority.
     
    1] If search engines kept returning 0 results until and unless the searcher spelled everything correctly, people would get extremely irate.
     
    2] What is the down side of producing best guesses when you spell something wrong?
     
    Worst case is that it returns stuff you didn't want. Which is no worse than if it returned nothing (you still don't get what you want)
     
    So, there's definitely a strong statistical advantage in guessing, and no worse consequences if it doesn't get it right.
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    petrushkagoogol reacted to DaveC426913 in Should Search Engine Strings Make Sense ?   
    Indeed. It was horrible.
     
    Imagine wandering around in a desert, where you knew there were all sorts of treasures buried under every square inch, but your search tool would give you null results unless you got exactly the right settings.
     
    That is what it was like when humans had to learn how computers thought.
     
    I celebrate the day when Google realized that the web could be human-friendly and computers must learn how humans think.
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