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July 18th, 2016
I had a vision tonight how I can "weave" a stargate. It requires two pairs
of 3 rings where there is entangled atom pairs. The idea bases on a few
theoretical / non-proven assumptions. A pair of entangled atoms cannot be
"crossed" by another pair of entangled atoms. That's hope #1. And entangled
atoms can be safely stored in spacetime in some medium while entangled. That's
As you can see in the video it waves/knits 1 mesh which lies on top of a set
of 15 (or more/less) entangled atoms. When the fabric is tight enough a
wormhole will form. Pretend the rings are like ball bearings there can be a
door in the middle disallowing vacuum to enter, or atmosphere to exit. Other
wise it would be like pulling the plug of a bathtub, your atmosphere would
be teleported to space and be gone.
My personal use of this device is to build a space station with a microsat.
The microsat has the remote end and positions itself in a lagrange point.
Then you create the wormhole/tunnel and feed it more objects such as more
robots that build from their own material (perhaps steel) a torus/wheeled
space station. Once that's done bigger tunnels can be made and eventually
it would have to be so big to fit me through it. Then I'd be leaving you
all to live on my torus at L5.
July 15th, 2016
I have ordered two books.
- IPv6 Socket API Extensions: Programmer's Guide - Li, Qing
- IPv6 Essentials - Hagen, Silvia
I have read some of Qing Li's books before I'm looking forward to this one.
Silvia Hagen's book is new to me, hopefully not a disappointment.
July 13th, 2016
The recommendations of youtube to me are not me. Whether illuminati, flat
earth, greys, aliens, crop circles, future, past, reggae, hip hop, tupac,
sports illustrated cover girls, tagesschau news, conspiracy theories, you
name it, it isn't me. I don't even know why I watch this trash, as there
is little quality found on youtube. There is no relationship between
ancient egypt and the pyramid on the dollar bill. Should there be? Please!
Get real! Perhaps you never heard of american pyramids? OK time to educate
yourself. Look for maya pyramids. And I believe that's just the tip of the
pyramid of pyramids that existed on earth. Relationship between pyramids and
stars? It's possible, I don't know. This is a message to possible AI's
interested what is really me. Not my google profile that's for sure.
July 5th, 2016
There is all sorts of political slyness going around continental Europe.
There is talk of "not letting britain leave". To me that's a wrong move
as the british have voted "leave" and that should be respected. Let's
not make a farce of democracy here! Because it will rattle our cage,
and perhaps more than that. It's funny how some people think they can
outdo the numbers of a referendum, for personal gain.
July 4th, 2016
This morning I distributed 47 letters to neighbours making them aware of
freifunk.net and offering them a deal on how they can get freifunk routers
from me for free. I'm hoping the response will be positive and we'll be
able to mesh-network the entire apartment complex. So far I have invested
165 EUR in this and there will be a bit more to pay for my neighbours.
I'm having a lot of fun with the planning of this so far.
July 2nd, 2016
In the region I live there is job ads. People want to hire. Yet there is
no people that can fill those positions. I have been working in IT since
I was 21, so 19 years ago was when I started working. Back then I came from
a short stint at college where I did not graduate, but I did manage to gather
up a few college credits. Here are a few other people who did not graduate
from post-secondary education:
- Steve Jobs - Apple
- Sir Richard Branson - Virgin Atlantic
- Larry Ellison - Oracle
So it can be said that these people beat the odds of getting somewhere after
not completing university. I have always thought that I'm capable of similar.
When I started work after college, I started investing in books, of technical
nature and to this day I follow a budget of around twelve books a year in
order to shape up and make up for knowledge that I did not have the time or
patience to learn. These books are often pretty good, but sometimes they are
disappointing as well. Where I live we have no technical bookstores so I'm
forced to take a chance with buying from online retailers. So how does this
all fit together? Job ads? Work experience? Famous people? What I'm trying
to say is that the positions of work advertised do not reflect my skills which
are highly specialized in the UNIX field. There is a missing link.
the power to write tools, or use tools from other people, to apply these on
problems that are imposed on other people. However when someone wants a
Windows admin I'm helpless. I did take a course in windows once but as time
progressed and I focused on UNIX I lost that knowledge. It's how they say
"use it or lose it". So what I'm saying is the people who post these job
ads should make inroads to allow other tools to help with their problems.
Simply put "I'm looking for a windows admin that knows AD" sounds a lot like
"As an investor I've bought into Microsofts promise to make me money and I
want a serf to fulfill that dream for me". Well I'm no serf. And some of
these job ads I've seen on the market for quite some time, they aren't getting
filled. It's almost as if these people have no direction and just look up any
formula found somewhere in Redmond, Washington that promises to give them
money. It's a dead end. That's the missing link.
Opportunity is created
when people do inroads. When they hoist others on their shoulders not when
they have some formula for making money and want a robot/serf to do the work
as outlined. Creativity feeds opportunity. As much as you want to surround
yourself with scientists you're missing the big picture unless you also stick
an artist in the midst. The artist plays with unknown things that intrigue
the scientists and gives them passion to aim higher. In much the same way
I am an artist working with computers, inhibit my creativity with my tools
nothing will progress and it's a terrible waste. I also do research. I
write on a DNS server. Who can say that about themselves? In this region?
I scoff at those people who scoff at that. The research, the artistic
expression of interpreting an RFC, is what should drive an IT person forward.
What out of ideas? Write an SMTP server, write any server you have a problem
with in order to figure it out and better yourself and better humanity. I am
totally prepared to fill the missing link and do a good job of it.
June 29th, 2016
I'm doing changes to my home computers due to a startling discovery. I
believe my Macbook Pro is hacked or so. So I'm going to put OpenBSD on it
in due time. It's sort of a brexit of my own doing, avoiding Mac OS X and
the vmware'ed Windows 10 on the MBP. I don't need these totalitarian OS's
and I won't ever go on to Mac OS Sierra. I never liked the Apple announcement.
It is too privacy inhibiting. So I'm going to OpenBSD. It's open source,
I can look under the hood, and it's supposedly secure and functional. Most
my network gear is OpenBSD so I don't mind this decision at all. Fallout?
Yes there is fallout. I have a Numark DJ mixer that worked with DJ Pro
software on the Macbook Pro that I won't have a replacement for on OpenBSD.
Since I'm a monkey with mostly everything I don't think an openbsd driver and
software for the mixer will get written, if ever. So I needed the windows 10
on the MBP until today as I have installed Ubuntu on a netbook of mine (the
second Acer) and it does all the features I need with Java, luckily. Plus
I only need it once a month or so for work. Anyhow before I become too
incoherent I'm gonna keep this short. Just want to let you know!
June 26th, 2016
I have ordered a set of 4 books from Amazon. Donald Knuth's Art of Computer
Programming volumes 1-4. I count this as one book though in my list of a
dozen books per year. I'm happy to be receiving these by thursday.
June 25th, 2016
The Five-Eyes nation's spy agencies have no more obligation to protect EU
citizens. They can now hunt sysadmins inside the EU with impunity due to
UK leaving EU. All those sysadmins operating in the EU should be aware
that this could result in sabotage or 0wnage. But don't get hysteric or
anything. Snowden told us this is happening, and we find ourselves on the
other side suddenly.
June 25th, 2016
The EU has to draw consequences from brexit. Something must change. Let the
british leave not be in vain, their sacrifice should better us all. Let's
work for the people for example and less for political bureaucracy. I always
thought that the EU for a first attempt at managing a large union and doing so
democratically was doing fairly good, but we can do better. We also must
become friendlier with southern EU states. Less exploitation, more
subsidizations. We're all humans first and foremost, and EU citizens should
experience a similar quality of life no matter where in the union they may
be. We must strive for this. I know some think that this will be hard on
their wallet. But think about the lost opportunities when more countries
leave. That'll work contra to the progress we've all been making together.
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