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Sign of the times: heroes of the truth
I鈥檝e been thinking on what defines our times and what will be seen as 鈥渘ew鈥 and 鈥渙ptimistic鈥 as seen from the future.
Main Problem
The main problem of humanity is that we have not been able to merge the 鈥渢hings we know鈥 with 鈥渢he actions we take鈥. Which leads to most of the problems in most of the world. Basically most of humanity is full of proven false ideas that, combined, provide bizarre views on reality.
Our brain captures thousands of memes and the more that correlates with reality, the more we move to an improvement in line with reality. If the view in reality is distorted because of false memes it means we can go any direction but probably not the right one.
We are only 7 billion on a little planet, with countless dangerous things around us. So the sooner we get our act together, the sooner we can start competing with the countless other intelligent life forms out there. After all 鈥 the survival of the fittest principle is probably universal. We now know more stuff about matter, about our bodies, about math, about systems, so鈥 let鈥檚 make that step. It will also prevent countless wars, bloodshed and suffering. Let鈥檚 also end the suffering while at it.
High Level Drawing v0.1
The drawing underneath is only a first sketch. I think鈥 the groups on the right need some kind of leaders organizing them, since there are none. I think that is the first problem or stage.
Truth Organization
The overall keyword is 鈥渢ruth鈥. Overall people think they know the truth about reality but they are missing countless bits and pieces. Overall people are not-skeptical and once some ideas are frozen they are so convinced that they will kill for it. Then there are individuals and small efforts somewhere in the space of 鈥渢ruth鈥 that are disorganized and probably don鈥檛 even see themselves being in that same space. they are outnumbered thousands to 1. So they need to be combined in to something new.
Like always I suspect we need tools to do this. So why not some central AI that prevents any untruths being spread (e.g. via a mobile app)? Because we don鈥檛 have one! So until the moment that AI rises鈥 the Truth organization is a good first best step.
People on the left of the diagram of course since forever hate : skeptics, discussions, scientists, journalists and so on鈥 but they do love: one leader, praying to that leader, violence, intimidation, complaining, hating, not asking questions and hating anything science, intelligent or stuff like unbiased journalism.
So let鈥檚 solve this main problem鈥. Why not????
To be continued.
Posted on November 29, 2014November 30, 2014Categories Edward2 Comments
Mazelen uitbraak door 1 (EEN) ongevacineerd kind
Mazelen wordt langzamerhand weer een dodelijke ziekte. 1 op 2 kinderen overlijdt door mazelen en 30% krijgt later compilaties als pneumonia, oor infecties, doofheid of 鈥渕entaal instabiel鈥.
Oorzaak: anti vaccinatie mythes sterk groeiende bij ouders.
Lijkt me toch niet leuk als je kind overlijdt omdat een paar andere ouders besluiten hun kinderen niet te vaccineren鈥.
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Autisme en Vaccinatie
Zoek nu op 鈥淎utisme en Vaccinatie鈥 in Google en, aan de onzin die je leest markeer deze sites in je bookmarks onder 鈥渂ullshit鈥 zoals hier.
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the end: Sellaband Insolvent
I heard Sellaband will go insolvent coming Monday morning.
That is too bad since I still have some money in there which was not retrievable, however I did get some nice CD鈥檚 during the trip.
Posted on October 25, 2014October 25, 2014Categories Edward2 Comments
Luchtdruk en CH
Op 13 oktober begon de CH 2014. Zou toch iets met de luchtdruk van doen moeten hebben.
Voorgaande jaren incl. 2013:
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COPY ndash; COPR ndash;COER ndash;CPPR ndash;WQPR
Everything is based on copies. Weird isn鈥檛 it?
Every smallest time unit from the beginning of our universe until now, we have 鈥渞eality on moment T2鈥 which is based on 鈥渞eality on moment T1鈥. While energy is a constant, it manifests itself by showing changes between time units. But it is gradual change not that on moment T1 we have 鈥淔DSFDSFDS鈥 and moment T2 we have 鈥%$#%$U鈥. All we know is that T2 will be something like 鈥淔DSFDSFDT鈥, so apparently the universe likes slow changes (or maybe universes that do not will not exist for long).
The moment the suns appeared there were only Helium and Hydrogen molecules. They burned on and produced many more advanced copies of simpler molecules, basically needed to form everything around you and yourself as well as 鈥渃arbon life鈥 much later.
Life itself is based on copies, within each cycle ,DNA is copied and slow changes appear generation after generation producing a large variety of 鈥渓ife鈥 with millions of different possibilities.
When we invented writing, we were able to 鈥渕imic鈥 this process. when thousands of years afterwards the Egyptians invented papyrus to write on, there was suddenly the possibility to create hundreds of copies of the same texts. And each new copy could be slightly different from the previous one.
When the Egyptians exported papyrus to Greece, about 300 years later we got something interesting: because we could copy knowledge over multiple generations because of the possibility of writing a sort of 鈥渁bstraction layer鈥 appeared : philosophy and later based on that thousands of different sub-philosophies and sciences bringing uncountable new inventions and ideas and understanding of reality (contrary to describing reality based on beliefs, magic, legends, gods, santa claus, hear-say or other untrue hocus pocus).
Later on we got the library of Alexandria, a copy again of the Greece invention of 鈥渒nowledge centers鈥 and which is 鈥渃ollection of copies鈥 with the goal to produce even more copies, each new one containing improvements over the old one.
When the Romans retreated from Europe and papyrus became scarce we got a bookpress invention: making it possible to even make copies of reality copies much faster.
With the industrial revolution we could again make copies faster and obviously 鈥渢hings we know鈥 increases and increases faster with every iteration.
With 鈥渃omputers鈥 and notably the file system we invented how to store a group of constrained bits in a specific location in memory at a specific time but more importantly: not much later we could also copy that group of bytes to other locations. Making it possible to create near endless copies within a minimal amount of time.
With the Internet, where we connect a lot of computers together, these copies of reality copies have virtually no limit anymore. But of course our 鈥渧irtual symbols鈥 are only still an abstract copy of the real world version of things.
So the only thing happening from moment 0 to now, for all things imaginable, except gravity, is 鈥 copying. Reality copies from T1 to T2, life itself and humans copy from generation to generation, and 鈥渨e鈥 copy stuff from moment A to moment B. So why do we like to 鈥渟hare鈥 on facebook? Because we are 100% copies ourselves. It鈥檚 in our deepest 鈥渢hing鈥 we are: copies that 鈥渕imic reality鈥 by constant copying things, physically everything inside us is a copy, most processes are based on copy processes and we 鈥渢hink鈥 in a copy way. Think of your daily or weekly or even yearly things you do: constant copying. The way you think and communicate : copy. We have sex and create new copies, we sow fields and from seeds we create new copies. We copy previous books, articles, web pages and copy them with slight improvements. We copy behaviour and about everything I can see around me is a copy. even the text I write here is just another permutation of 26 letters in random combinations: all possible books are already known and written: they are all in the set of possible combinations you can make by pasting random letters behind each other. No matter what inventions, brilliant new thoughts or聽knowledge: they are in the known set of combinations of letters you can make as well as all possible paintings, songs, words or anything imaginable: it #8217;s already in the calculated set of probabilities. We #8217;re just copying over things within that set of known combinations. Put a monkey behind a typewriter and you will have other random combinations and it will have no more value than the most brilliant book. No escape.
Like the combinations of letters to write a book that will always be in the #8220;possible combinations to make with letters #8221; #8230; The interesting thing is 鈥 energy in our universe likewise remains constant. So we only transform energy from moment one to moment two. No telling if there is more to that but probably not unless you believe that 鈥淒FSFSDFDS鈥 on moment 1 is worse then 鈥淒FSFSDFDR鈥 on moment 2: it does not 鈥渕atter鈥.
And even worse: with infinite copies of universes it basically all boils to down to 鈥0鈥 鈥1鈥 鈥0鈥 to make a management summary of 鈥渆verything that ever happened and will happen in our universe鈥: it was a copy of energy from one place to the other, in the set of possibilities {0,1} and they all happened.
However, contrary to that large picture it makes a living human copy enjoy during his own conscious view on reality in his limited amount of time even look more awesome at reality around us every second. I wish I could stay around forever to see all those possible combinations of聽everything: you can know everything about the moon, even walked on there, but you will still look up in the evening and have look at it and say #8220;beautiful moon tonight #8221; and probably it becomes more beautiful the more you know about it.
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TrId : handig util voor het herkennen van file types
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Ik liep er tegenaan omdat ik een nieuwe parser heb gemaakt voor mijn bookmark (.url) collectie die wat handigere overzicht pagina #8217;s genereert van mijn collectie bookmarks. Ik zat te denken om het uit te breiden naar andere file types zoals .vcf , zodat ik op dezelfde manier een adressenboek kon genereren vanuit een verzameling van .vcf kaartjes (via een PowerShell scriptje overigens). En toen ik dat gemaakt had #8230; dacht ik #8230; eigenlijk is mijn folder structuur mijn taxonomy and de individuele聽folder en files zijn allen van een bepaald type. Als ik nu voor elk type de metadata zou opslaan en soms de fysieke files dan zou ik een meer generiek powershell script hebben dat de metadata opslaat in een temp sqlite database en vandaaruit kan ik dan whatever overzicht renderen. 聽Ik snap dat ik dan alweer heel dicht tegen een bestandbrowser specifieke #8220;map weergave #8221; aankruip, maar ik wil het liefst powershell gebruiken omdat het lekker hackbaar is. Dus eens even kijken of datgene wat trid doet ook als een powershell extensie /script beschikbaar is, en zo niet dan moet ik hem zelf maken.
Als zo #8217;n powershell scriptje nog niet bestaat dan denk ik dat de volgende #8220;aanwijzingen #8221; in de kansberekening module zouden moeten gaan: (a) extensie (b) magic bytes (c) overige inhoud van het bestand (regexes) (d) overige files in dezelfde folder (bepaalde applicaties hebben altijd dezelfde set files in een installatie folder bijvoorbeeld) 聽(e) geinstalleerde applicaties op het systeem (f) overige metadata die mogelijk bestaat e.g. registry keys
Alternatief is om iets te maken dat gewoonweg alles inleest en dat ding op basis van slimme patterns en algortimes zelf types te laten maken. Dus bijvoorbeeld: als je maar 1 ding in het universum hebt is er maar 1 type. Als je 2 dingen hebt, zijn er 2 types maar als je 3 dingen hebt dan kunnen er 2 van hetzelfde type zijn en eentje van een ander. Je moet dan kijken naar de diff tussen聽de drie objecten. Then again, als alleen de eerste 5 bytes van belang zijn dan kan het zo zijn dat object 1 en object 2 qua inhoud volledig gelijk zijn behalve op de 5 bytes na en object 2 en object 3 gelijk zijn in 1e 5 bytes maar de rest verschilt. Dan is toch object 2 en object 3 van hetzelfde type ook al zijn object 1 en object 2 vrijwel 100% gelijk. M.a.w. #8220;het gewicht #8221; wat we dan toekennen aan alleen die eerste 5 bytes is聽zeer hoog.Die blijft dan hoog totdat we een object XYZ tegenkomen dat weliswaar dezelfde eerste 5 bytes heeft maar iets compleet anders blijkt te zijn. Op dat moment daalt de impact die die eerste 5 bytes hebben. Die hele overweging zouden we eigenlijk in een scriptje moeten stoppen, dus de meta over de meta overweging die waarschijnlijk op hetzelfde neer komt maar dan een meta leveltje hoger. Onze hersenen en iets als Watson en giga veel search engines heeft/hebben daar volgens mij een complete batterij aan algoritmes voor maar ik vraag me af of je die niet kan veralgemeniseren naar 1 meta algoritme in plaats van honderden slimme algoritmes achter elkaar te plakken met聽een waarschijnlijkheids uitkomst als resultaat. Dus: zit er ergens in onze hersenen zo #8217;n super algoritme of hebben we duizenden algoritmes die allemaal samenwerken OF (nog beter): zijn al die algoritmes een by-product van #8220;tijd #8221; en #8220;ruimte #8221; waarbij van delta T1 naar T2 er een verschillende state is en dus een verschil en blijkbaar iets wat we proberen te beschrijven door middel van types, algoritmes, taxonomieen maar zou je eigenlijk moeten kijken naar de delta tussen T1 en T2 in tijd-ruimte en dat eigenlijk de basis is en vandaaruit gaan redeneren. Dus bij bestandstypes: vooral heel goed kijken naar de date-time: je weet dan dat alles met de oudste date-time geinstalleerd is aan het begin: dat zijn op een windows computer alle #8220;windows bestanden #8221;, en die van afgelopen zaterdag, toen je in de efteling was met je camera #8230; dat zijn vrijwel zeker die foto #8217;s, en toen je een project deed rondom #8220;Software product ZZX #8221; #8230; waarschijnlijk bestanden rondom software product ZZX. bij een software project idem: je weet dat de oudste bestanden iets te maken moeten hebben met de project definitie, high level design etc #8230; die van daarna zijn iets van design en ontwikkeling en die van daarna hebben iets met testen te maken (bijvoorbeeld). Dus ik denk dat date-time erg handig is om mee te nemen in het super algortime, die groepeert waarschijnlijk dingen en je kunt waarschijnlijk iets zeggen over #8220;bestanden die er eerste moeten zijn #8221; en #8220;bestanden die er daarna moeten zijn #8221; e.g. je vindt waarschijnlijk eerste source code en dan pas de gecompileerde code. En van een set word documenten: je vindt waarschijnlijk eerst de klant aanvraag en dan pas de klant offerte , en als er een excel file gevonden wordt met louter een berekening rondom diezelfde tijd #8230; heeft waarschijnlijk iets te maken met die klant offerte. Waarschijnlijk geeft de datum en tijd van wanneer directories zijn aangemaakt ook iets aan: de eerste zijn waarschijnlijk de programma #8217;s die een gebruiker als eerst installeert en dus zeggen die iets over het type gebruiker. De laatste geven iets aan over waar die persoon nu mee bezig is (of bijvoorbeeld bij een project bibliotheek: wat een project NU aan het doen is). Als je die tijds volgordelijkheid en veranderingen op een bestandssysteem vergelijkt over honderden computers dan zou je ook wat interessante dingen moeten kunnen vinden en je zou zelfs mensen #8220;live #8221; kunnen adviseren over 聽de volgende stappen te nemen op basis van veranderingen die je ziet bij honderden andere systemen die allen dezelfde vervolgstappen nemen. M.a.w. zodra 1 iemand een probleem oplost : wordt het automatisch opgelost voor alle anderen of in de natuur: zodra een vogeltje zaadjes kan eten met een langer snaveltje dan repliceert dat naar alle andere vogeltjes zodat alle vogeltjes weer zaadjes kunnen eten (en zijn er dus geen vogeltjes meer met kortere snaveltjes). Waarbij alles in elkaar klikt, dus ik denk dat het klopt.
Posted on October 4, 2014October 4, 2014Categories EdwardLeave a comment
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