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Ever since I was little . . .

Every since I was little I figured a human being would want to strive for a certain level of cultural literacy. And, by “culture” I mean “the things that people do and think about. 735 more words


"The Interstellar Age" by Jim Bell: to the highth of this great Argument

Taking advantage of a rare celestial alignment of the planets, those two robots, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, gave us all our first detailed, high-resolution, glorious views of the solar system beyond Mars, revealing the giant planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, and their panoply of rings and moons, in all their awesome wonder — not just for scientists, but also for poets, musicians, painters, novelists, moviemakers, historians, and even kids.

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Artsy Stuff

Monsanto's Kids; The True Children Of The Corn.

The Monsanto Corporation announced today plans to expand their child care facilities here in America. This, in response to the mounting prombem of genetic repossession now being conducted on a daily basis. 901 more words

Political Stuff

An IPython notebook on the linear perceptron

Just mirroring a post from the other blog.

Here is an IPython notebook with an implementation of the linear percepton algorithm.

Details will follow in another post and I give a general idea of what it does in the notebook but here is what the picture looks like. 69 more words

Sciency Stuff

Corporate Knights: Fish on Prozac

This cartoon was created ten years ago for the back page of Corporate Knights magazine.  Unfortunately, the issue of fish physiology being affected by the drugs we take is as pertinent today as it was then. 7 more words

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