Wee Willie Wilkie Married a Silkie
One of the four modern Marys, whose names shall remain forever unmentionable, at least according to Virginia.
A face only a mother could love.
Virginia Woolf was obsessed with Charlotte and Emily, but it’s almost as if Anne didn’t exist as far as Virginia was concerned. What was going on in the mind of Virginia Woolf?
The “three to one” rule in military operations states that when the attacker has a three to one advantage in effective force over the defender, victory is assured. This rule of thumb in military operations finds a sympathetic chord in the mathematical operation of the discrete analog of the GB model. A three to oneContinue reading “Force Majeure”
Primitive art at its most primitive. Green is the color of my true love’s eyes. Yellow is the color of my true love’s face. Blue sky high! Soldier of misfortune.
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What does the theory and practice of slavery have to do with Decision Space? Everything. And nothing. Slavery it seems is built into the very structure of the universe we live in. What a terrible discovery! What can it mean? What does it portend? Is there yet hope? Or is all lost, now and foreverContinue reading “Slavery”
The addition of one more dimension of time opens up the possibilities of Decision Space considerably. Fully rational decisions influenced by internal forces representing the goals and aspirations of decision makers become possible for the first time in this dimension. Dimension 2 produces a wide range of decision classifications under Special Relativity, unlike Dimension 0,Continue reading “Dimension 2”