Monday, July 13, 2009

Two in One - These Two Writings Combined

Natural Disasters - an explanation of the unseen.

Today at 3:23am
Large natural disasters, as hard as they are to avoid, are a fact of life here on this planet. In terms we can understand, the act of draining a pool or making a break in a surface of the shore when making a sand castle, could probably explain the additional problems experienced after a Typhoon or a series of Hurricanes. Any way you look at it, there is a sufficient enough amount of data to suggest that we are under the weight of what we see and hear on the news broadcasts, but the actual damages are far reaching and could come back or be even more devastating. I wouldn't want to give anyone false hope, saying that it will all be a better place than before. It is the pondering of the thought that a definite hole could be in the Ocean, draining and displacing the fluid. What would be the damages then? In time, the political boundaries would change for certain, and the weight of the World and it's People would change everything even further. There is nothing as powerful as water, it's been said in times past. It is difficult to control, and even more damaging when it is under control. Man has harnessed the power of water, but can it keep from having a dangerous effect on us if a decision is made that would only be made by the compound we call H2O? I thought about this recently, and sure enough, it would be a huge change if the shape of the Planet were transformed by this powerful compound. Countries would be formed, and lands would be lost, conflicts would end, and conflicts would start. No one could ever know what Water decides to do in reality. Scary isn't it, and we drink everyday Water, and depend on it. It's a very serious paradoxical experience. Should we trust Water, of course! Some are fearful of Water now, is that going to harm them? We don't think too much about the aftermath, nor do we plan for such determinations of elements. A small amount of salt can change the way water is stored. It's frightening. Should we think more about, and dwell on the patterns of history? Every time you turn on running water, you are in control of millions of years of usage and recycling of this precious resource. If it's used to clean, it can clean really well. Is that what Water wants, or is that what you want? The same water that we use has been in millions of creatures. You are drinking a mix of souls from times past if you think about it. It is one of those things that makes you think more about what goes on in the world. It makes the practice of Zen based religions more logical when you think like this. Taoism becomes realistic to people when they realize the powerful consistency of Water. This is only one compound, but it can cause so much Joy and Pain simultaneously. Back to the concept of a hole in the Ocean now, you tell me, do you really think that if Water decides to go to another place, that WE could change that decision. When you ponder the Northern Lights, do you see water making a choice to leave? Would you want such a good friend to become an adversary? We need to think about this resource. It also has a conscious awareness that it is there. If it didn't, it would not be so powerful. You decide, is the Water that we depend on going to turn on us one day? I would hope not, but natural disasters happen you know, and the decision is entirely up to the Water and it's life force. It's a very large concept in reality. One I think would be best kept personal. To some it's refreshment, but to others it may be the basis of their Religion or Belief System. Take some time today to think about Water as an element of life, and sometimes, but not often, the other side of the equation. Water is best! Love Water! This is a command to our life.


Compatibility Layers - running a 64-bit machine.

Today at 2:43am
Certain programs that are used to define variables in 4 dimensional space are not usable for 64-bit machines. There was a time that a statement had to be declared at the start-up of the system to use programs that were considered obsolete. These same programs also work to create interfaces and incorporate Visual Basic statements to label the operation of the variable. Since 64-bit machines, there hasn't been an incorporation that I have seen to date that can compare with the 32-bit VBA format. For a long time, I was making program modules to include enough variables to actually make a global definition that would satisfy my demand for more clarity on the internet, however, when the augmentation to 64-bit machines became evident, there wasn't anything like the 32-bit version that I needed to make the solid models that were made before. I was perplexed, and not wanting to make any mistakes, I took the knowledge that I had obtained through former programming to the next level. Still, there wasn't anything like what was being used by me in the solid modeling department. Now, other programs have surfaced that provide an overview of a type of solid model, but not the ability to actually draw the model. Recently I have downloaded a trial that should be able to form solid models again. I am happy about this advancement, but I wanted to write a note designating this moment before I used the modeling program since I needed to vent my frustrations publicly. Moreover, in light of more recent revelations that the computer takes a certain time until a decision is made to compile data, and the point of completion is never assured without the usage of the 32-bit applications, everything changes on me in a heartbeat. Anyway, you can't really complain about not knowing enough when you don't work at it full-time, but spending time learning programming languages becomes a frustrating ordeal when everything gets sublimated in some unknown format automatically. I am wondering how many people would actually read this far into this note, but as to a decision to make applications that are compatible, I may make exception to the sublimation of the data-set here, and try to write into the start-up text again. I really want to use some of those older programs sometimes. If you did read into this note far enough, you will know that sometimes it becomes impossible to have a time limit to learn everything you need to know, and if you do know enough about it, the computer usually outsmarts you into thinking only it's way is best. Either way you look at it, something has to give in this case. Relative actions are determining every aspect of what is seen and heard anyway, but instant changes are almost always recorded in 64-bit systems. You haven't the time or knowledge how either. I am impressed with how solid modeling has changed the internet, but I would like to be able to define it better than what has already been shown. In most cases, we don't always realize how our usage of the computer will change it, but to affect it in a positive way to make it easier to interpret, that is what my goal is, defining "it." It's a hard work effort to show a remainder of data after the work is done, but there is always an element of finality, and then a small amount of unknown, this is what I would say is "it." I am hoping that everyone gets a chance to learn about themselves while using a computer, but at the same time, there is a part of me that wants to throw out the computer and start using a drawing board and paper mailings, and return to the days where you weren't controlled daily by a computer system. Is that so wrong? I'll stay here for now, but I protest the computer at times. What has made me think so much has made me tired of thinking so much. At the same time, I don't want a computer to do all the thinking for me, but since it knows the best moves, maybe I'll give the computer another chance, and why not, since it is easier to think about things when you can access only what you want to think about. In reality, does the computer ask that much from you anyway? My conscious is divided in this respect, but I will still press on toward an understanding that a solid block in 4-dimensional space has my personal information, and I don't want that lost. Would you?


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