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phoenix phonics phooey... by Anonymous on March 22nd, 2014, 2:13 am
i went to a funeral yesterday... it was nice... well as nice as a funeral... not that marsupials don't stay up late... and Koala around eucalyptis... that IS how you spell eucalyptis, right?... and at the cemetary they lowered the box... i bore pall... it was a stoic passing for this blurb pronoun... first person aside and all other variables accounted for...
people talk about random acts of kindness... free lunches... and constipated aesthetically pleasing moon-rises... until the celestial brother bleeds from his hands... go ask S. cunningham... wicca... reading your own tarot, the tower, the world, the fool, pentacles, wands... mysticism like good religion... in practice, always to be perfect, never at bat with a full count and a-name-a casey...
there is no shangri-la, the panda mountain valley... there is no mahogony jungle-gym... there is no lunar dream-base... or gone planet, with gone people, who left before we got here... only having had existed so as to be the great undiscoverable...

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Fundamental Theory Of Existence. by Anonymous on April 5th, 2014, 10:57 pm
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Fundamental Theory Of Existence.

I developed “FTOE “after reading
Prof. Stephen Hawking's book
“A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME ".


FTOE is Fundamental Theory Of Existence.



Fundamental Theory Of Existence.

1. Zero cannot exist as denominator.

2. Anything cannot be created out of nothingness, only change of form is possible and change is everywhere.

3. Anything cannot be destroyed into nothingness, only change of form is possible and change is everywhere.

4. Existence of anything cannot be infinite.

5. There is no beginning and an end to the existence of the World.

6. There are finite absolute laws.

7. Velocity of light is relative.

8. There are three dimensions and three dimensions only.

9.Time Travel is impossible.

10.Tan 90 cannot exist.

11. God(s) cannot exist.

Fundamental Theory Of Existence.

What is infinite?

Infinite = Not finite.

If a...


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Small Business and Computers by Anonymous on September 8th, 2009, 9:12 pm
So, after a few experiences dealing with repairing a computer for people who own their own business, I thought I'd write a blog post about it. What I've noticed, in a general sense, over the course of these interactions is the general ineptitude with which many small business owners approach technology. That people in general have an alarming lack of knowledge about technology they use probably every day (computers, the Internet, wireless networks, digital cameras, etc.) isn't new to me. Further, it's not new that average consumers often fail to apply basic common sense when it comes to their technology. For example, I am constantly amazed at the woefully inadequate passwords people use to log into their computers, e-mail accounts, banking and credit card accounts, and accounts they have to shop online with websites like Amazon. I thought that small business owners would do this better, since if an average consumer's computer stops working it's more of an annoyance than anything, but if...

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Topic by Anonymous on June 19th, 2011, 2:07 pm
hi you seem sensible enough, why dont you start something in here?

Ok! i will take my advice to some one else seriously (thinking)

Next i will begin a study of numbered sentences intended to become a Theory of Numbered Sentences.

"Next" is of course my third post, the second post is a remark to mr bean

and will stay unedited until i decide he has emigrated or whatever
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DPhil week 0 by Anonymous on October 11th, 2009, 5:23 pm
This week I finally moved to Oxford to start my DPhil (which is a PhD almost everywhere except here). The week was mainly full of admin that needed doing and introductory talks on this, that, and the other. The university itself is made up of both departments (where people take lectures, do research, etc) and colleges (where students often live, take meals, socialise, do sports, etc). So not only did we all have to go through the physics department admin and the particle physics sub department admin, we also had college admin to get through too. In some ways this made it a fairly unexciting week.

On the physics side I am working on the ATLAS experiment, which is one of the two general purpose LHC experiments (the other being CMS, which I was working on the for last year and includes Lincoln amongst its ~2000 members). In order to get onto the experiment's author list we have to do a certain amount of approved service work. At this time it basically means getting some part of the experiment...

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