Daylight Savings Disaster Hastens Global Warming

Daylight Savings Disaster Hastens Global Warming

Countries who had previously introduced daylight savings as a hedge against their current economic woes are now paying the price for their greed. Background: The mutual trading of daylight between countries was first introduced in 1987 as a means of alleviating harsh weather conditions. During severe heat waves, countries could get and give relief by …

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Insider Reveals Internet Invented By Cosmetics Industry

Insider Reveals Internet Invented By Cosmetics Industry

It is a little-known fact that the cosmetics industry has been at the forefront of technological innovation for decades. I spoke at length with Fabian (not his real name), a veteran cosmetics researcher, about some of the pioneering work he had been involved in. “You do not realise the difficulties involved in bundling the latest …

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3 Rules 2 Live By

3 Rules 2 Live By

Here are 3 rules 2 live by go with your gut; all else is noise a little noise never hurt anyone  never hurt anyone addenda: screw up often; failing is part of the procedure life is a circle; pi is irrational; ergo they don’t have to get you; you do of musical origin: do what …

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The Myth of the Age of the Individual

The Myth of the Age of the Individual

We seem to be living in the age of the individual, where the sole goal is to identify yourself, not by the person you are, but rather people you don’t identify with. This turns into a large catalog of negatives. Where is the introspection? Where is the self-discovery? Where is the catalog of the things …

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A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life

Oscar Gallifray eyes the console. Nervously he wittles a 3-button ergonomic mouse using his state-of-the-art Lithuanian pen-knife with optional password decoder. He ponders Shakespeare’s intent in Scene II as he assumes the character for his part as a one-eyed newt in the upcoming Curtin production of Hamlet. Jurgan Hubcap, (the J is silent as in …

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Paper Plane Sales Refloat Zimbabwe Economy

Paper Plane Sales Refloat Zimbabwe Economy

An enterprising group of students from the Arts Department of the University of Zimbabwe have managed by accident to kick start their country’s economy by selling paper planes made from Zimbabwe bank notes. What had initially started out as a fraternity dare has turned into a huge boon for the country. Many Zimbabweans have been …

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Moving on from Hello World to Hello Caractacus

Moving on from Hello World to Hello Caractacus

A “Hello world” program is a computer program that outputs “Hello, world” on a display device. Because it is typically one of the simplest programs possible in most programming languages, it is by tradition often used to illustrate to beginners the most basic syntax of a programming language. ~

We Are More Than…

We Are More Than…

we are more than just data we are motive we are more than just weird we are clues we are more than just order we are chaos we are more than just despair we are the blues we are more than just here we are moving we are more than just legal we are true …

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Pascal’s Triangle

Pascal’s Triangle

Pascal’s triangle was invented by [[Blaise Pascal]] during his autistic period. Intending to prove that the shortest distance between two points was a metric foot, he stumbled upon the following pattern achieved by adding the sum of the other to the one before and just a jump to the left. 1 1 1 1 2 …

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What is a start?

What is a start?

What is a start? Writing is like living in retrospect. Normally you think a thought, and then you think another. With writing, you think, then you stop while you note it down. Its like applying a brake. Retrospect. So you can look back at some later time, and have proof of a thought you interrupted. …

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