Friday, February 22, 2013
I dreamt Qutie had come back to life in our St Kilda house, raised from below the lights cut from white metal sheets. She was concerned about my asthma, and I wanted to take her to the Vet to have a checkout. I gave her some water to drink and splashed some more water on her. Her fur looked a bit subdued in colour and only the outer personality-exuding edges of her ears were visible, colored with a darker tinge.
Sunday, August 29, 2010
Figure 1. The frequency graph for the "i" in jive. The graph can be remembered using the following mnemonic. The top part of the image rhetorically represents the motion of the cat's mouth down, and up. The bottom part of the image rhetorically represents the volume of milk in the cat's stomach during drinking and digestion.
Saturday, August 28, 2010
Table 1. A breasoning is a noun for which the x, y and z dimensions and colour are given. A rebreasoning is a verb in which the subject touches the object. A breathsoning is an adjective which is a synonym for good or not good, or one which judges the breasoning. A rebreathsoning is an adverb which is a synonym for well or not well, or one which judges the rebreasoning. A comfortling is a noun, in which it is the intention of the person, for the goal noun to be. A recomfortling is a verb, in which it is the intention of the person for the goal noun to be in the comfortling. A comment is an algorithm, the input of which is the same as the output of the breasoning, as if it was an algorithm. A recomment is an algorithm, the input of which is the same as the output of the rebreasoning, as if it was an algorithm.
Comfortlings link an noun or verb to an intention, which is described by the Comfort Hypothesis, which is that an object should remain in the centre, between other objects it is necessary to be between, e.g. Handsome John carefully bought the delicious apple because he loved his child, by giving the child enough nutrients at all times. However, the child's button shouldn’t become undone because of the child playing with the button with his hand.
Electrodes on the head should detect the time and place and nature of neuronal signals, to detect inputs to an inductive system designed to map them to cognitive processes, with real world objects as the subjects. The discovered code should reveal hardware and software-like behaviour of the brain, including representation of thoughts thought of by the "software", e.g. images in the brain.
War shouldn't occur because the objects, which are described as follows shouldn't be created. A room, symbolising a castle, shouldn't contain a book falling on the reader's face. A boy, symbolising a pawn, shouldn't be protected a wall of the room, symbolising a caste, because a window in the wall shouldn't be opened, striking the boy. A boy, symbolising a pawn, shouldn't be obedient because the brother in the family, which symbolises the army, shouldn't throw a ball at him. A master, symbolising a king and a slave, symbolising a castle, shouldn't swap places, symbolising castling because the slave shouldn't drop a rolling pin, and it might roll in the path of the master. A pursuer shouldn't follow his daughter, symbolising a bishop, because he shouldn't be pursued instead, because he shoudln't find the object that he was pursuing his daughter to find, which when he found it, she pursued him instead, to capture it.