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bow wow wow yippie yo yippie yay... by Char0n on July 7th, 2014, 12:12 am
geometry leaves out one major aspect of shape in dimension... i mean its obvious when someone looks at a page in a textbook on the subject... that you are looking at the circle, square, triangle or dodecahedron or what have you from beyond the reality of the thing... i mean there has to be a second point of observation of the shape in order to form a perception of the dimension that the shape exists in...
its like you can draw three dimensional shapes in the second dimension but you cannot see the added 3rd dimension of the shape you illustrate from a location on the same plane as the illustration... but you still can add one dimension of length from its perspective... its like if you draw a square and from reality you can see the square is flat you can extrapolate the depth of the cube it would be a part of from said place in the 2nd D...
it doesnt require a real perspective from there i mean we as 3 dimensional beings cannot feasibly exist in 2D but if you have all of the dimensions...

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Virtual reality by sekhar on May 2nd, 2014, 7:48 am


Let us examine knowledge and its functions as well as its capacities and dimensions. Knowledge requires a platform to operate, which is called language. As a beginning, will it not be easy to explore the following aspects?

What we speak and write
How do we acquire linguistic skills?
Is not the word an abstract entity all by itself?
Finally, are we using the word or used by it

To think of thinking is the need of the day, but do we know what thinking is or are we carried away by the process itself?

Word is a window to its knowledge and feelings generated. The teacher and his/her teachings, without these two there is neither education nor the world we visualize. There is a gap between the word and the real object. E.g. the word Apple is not the real apple, so the gap is the problem. To solve this problem are we not creating innumerable problems? Simply we say that the problem lies in...

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In the end, it's all about survival! by weakmagneto on March 24th, 2012, 12:49 pm
Right now I am posting this blog from a tiny remote fly-in First Nation community, Latitude 53 N. The bandwidth here is limited, but I still have WIFI! YAAAY!

I had an interesting discussion the other day about survival. We considered the following situation, what if you were from a large urban city like Toronto, New York or LA and you had to survive in a small remote fly-in community with only people whose culture is unfamiliar to you. There is no running water or electricity. No store. You were given a small furnished house to stay in for a month. You had to supply everything else yourself. The nearest airport is 50 km away and you have to rely on rides that you arrange. What would you bring (remember freight is very expensive to travel up north and the amount you can take is limited)?

Then we considered another possible scenario, what if a person from a small northern fly-in First Nation community (who was familiar with smaller urban centres with populations of 10,000 and...

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Movie Review from the Hoosier Kingdom by Zach82 on June 21st, 2009, 1:01 pm
Christian Bale was perfect for the lead role in the movie Equilibrium, being a character completely unfamiliar with human emotions. The movie takes place in a dystopian future when human society is regulated through distribution of a drug called Prozium which eliminates all human emotions. Christian Bale plays "Grammaton Cleric John Preston," an enforcer of the State of Libria which hunts out and eliminates "Sense offenders" who refuse to take their Prozium and embrace emotion. The main mode of subversion for these sense offenders is the possession of tasteless interior decorations like gaudy mirrors or garage sale worthy lamps. Bale shines as an actor when he is brooding intensely while sense offenders perish clutching their adorable puppies or record players. I know what you are thinking. "Golly, this minimalist, Protestant world sounds great!" But John Preston's...

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Real Gravity-Magnetic engines,not against Laws of physics. by Aman on May 26th, 2012, 1:34 pm
According to Perpetual Motion Defination,from wikipedia,
Perpetual motion describes hypothetical machines that operate or produce useful work indefinitely and, more generally, hypothetical machines that produce more work or energy than they consume, whether they might operate indefinitely or not.

Reality is we cannot go against those three laws of thermodynamics and three newton’s laws?These laws are verified to be true!So the perpectual devices based on modern Perpectual Defination can not be made(impossible). But real gravity engines are possible to make which do not violate laws of thermodynamics and Newton’s laws of motion.

Yes,some well known accepted laws of physics are proved wrong recently as I expected because those laws were made on assumptions which were not verified properly as true.But newton’s laws and laws of thermodynamics have enough evidences/proofs to proove it right.

My Gravity engine Is not Perpectual and based on the regular laws of physics you read in books,use or se...

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