Virginia Woolf was not a Guelf Nor yet a Ghibelline She sang herself to sleep at night But not perchance to dream Virginia Woolf was a bit obsessed with Charlotte and Emily, but it seems Anne never really existed for her, as with so many others.
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”
We have seen that when you remove time from the GB equation, free will (goal oriented behavior that makes any kind of difference) completely disappears, leaving nothing but the universe and its impersonal physical laws of nature behind. Welcome to the proper time-oriented definition of predestination. What happens when we reintroduce time into the equation?Continue reading “Dimension 1”
Unlocking the secrets of the General Theory of Relativity in Decision Space is a bit like solving a certain kind of puzzle. Perhaps it is best to begin at the beginning. The beginning of Decision Space is not what you might expect it to be. It is not located at the mathematical origin, the traditionalContinue reading “Dimension 0”
One of the first things I noticed when I conducted my Deterministic Bass experiment using three time periods of data was a boundary condition: This condition becomes more obvious when we scan out: And even more obvious when we scan further out: But what does it mean? Where does it come from? Is it aContinue reading “Quantum Leap”