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    For a data et of uniformly distributed integers 0...

    For a data et of uniformly distributed integers 0 9 as n gets large larger sequences appear.

    For 1 million numbers a sequence of 3 numbers appear with a constant percentage. I'd have to look up...
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    If PI is uniformly distributed then each digit...

    If PI is uniformly distributed then each digit has a 1 in ten chance of appearing.
    Over millions of digots I am sure yu can find all sorts of apparent patterns, some of which you can fit a model...
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    Nobody ever measures up to ideals. JFK was a...

    Nobody ever measures up to ideals.

    JFK was a moral pig. Women in the WH was an open secret no tne in the media talked about. His family man image was a fraud.

    His greatest im[pct was creating a...
  4. When I was around it processes were rated in...

    Not necessarily. Shrinking the transistors usually means higher error rate (at least in the beginning), which leads to smaller number of working chips per wafer which drives up the cost. Intel in...
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    Consider a continuous normal probability...

    Consider a continuous normal probability distribution. There are an ifinye number of points, the proability of any finite number in the distribution is zero.

    A probability can be found only over...
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    He promoted science. Created a legal structure....

    He promoted science. Created a legal structure. Promoted education.

    A liberal autocrat?

    He gave positions to incapable relatives, Napoleonic Nepotism.

    Like all dictators he did not know...
  7. Smaller features means more transistors and more...

    Smaller features means more transistors and more chips per blank wafer meaning lower cost per chip. 'Die SAhrink'.

    Even without adding more capability periodic die shrinks lowered cost.
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  8. IBM Announces New Processor Breaktrhrough

    https://www.cnn.com/2021/05/06/tech/ibm-semiconductor-two-nanometer/index.html

    IBM says it has created the world's smallest and most powerful microchip

    New York (CNN Business)The semiconductor...
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    Unless you argue there is sufficient difference...

    Unless you argue there is sufficient difference among brains to account for different behavior, all behavior is a manifestation of the same basic human attributes. Unless you want to argue there is...
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    Having nothing better to do right now I...

    Having nothing better to do right now I calculated PI by integrating a quarter circle radius 1.

    With enough resolution, upwards of 10000, it was accurate to 10 places. Rectangle and trapezoid...
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    Maybe it is genetic, we seek the safety of the...

    Maybe it is genetic, we seek the safety of the herd or flock.

    The archeological evidence seems to say the early humans had some kind of beliefs, and maybe an idea of an afterlife.

    Survival...
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    Ypu say poTAYto, I say poTAHto.

    "Convert" is the wrong word. "Fool" is the correct word.[/QUOTE]

    Ypu say poTAYto, I say poTAHto.
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    You first have to assume the myth is reality. ...

    You first have to assume the myth is reality.

    If the Ark assuming it exists and is located in Ethiopia or anywhere else, the Israelis would not tolerate anyone else possessing it.
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    In the 80s I had a COBOL programmer for a room...

    In the 80s I had a COBOL programmer for a room mate, he worked for a lrge insurance company. He carried a pager after hours. If a crash occurred he went in to fix it.

    When writing system code C...
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    It is about efficiency and cost. There are tools...

    C and C++ are standards, there are formal definitions.

    Back in the 70s the idea was we would all learn C which would be portable across platforms. You can still do hat if you code properly . C...
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    C and C++ are standards, there are formal...

    C and C++ are standards, there are formal definitions.

    Back in the 70s the idea was we would all learn C which would be portable across platforms. You can still do hat if you code properly . C...
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    I have been called a thing or two, but never...

    I think you are a hyperbolist, a person who always talks in extremes, certainly an idealist. You like some trees but you hate the forest.[/QUOTE]

    I have been called a thing or two, but never...
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    Thank ypu, I feel much better now.

    Thank ypu, I feel much better now.
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    One problem with speed is reaction forces when...

    One problem with speed is reaction forces when changing couse and velocity. The change in inertia has to show up somewhere.

    STNG had 'structural integrity fields' that kept the structure from...
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    33320 Scatter ploto f random points in a...

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    Scatter ploto f random points in a square.
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    I got this from the link, Monte Carlo integration...

    I got this from the link, Monte Carlo integration to calculate PI. Fill a 1x1 square with uniformly distributed random points. Count the points inside the inscribed circle radius 1 and the area is...
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    33317 Random temperature profile.

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    Random temperature profile.
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    33316 Ouput voltage distribution over...

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    Ouput voltage distribution over component variation and temperature.
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    Monte Carlo Method

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_Carlo_method


    Monte Carlo methods are common. To test a system create random vectors for variables and evaluate point by point. It is more efficient than doing...
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    I don't like the word exactness in context....

    I don't like the word exactness in context. Precision and accuracy are two different things. Precision s how small the divisions are on a ruler. Accuracy is how close the measuremet is to a standard....
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