I guess there’s a lot of sick people on campus
Call me a nerd, but I saw a very interesting statistics phenomenon while working out. You may notice the rusting on the weights due to people scrapping the metal when adjusting the weight by placing a holder in the holes along the center. The more a weight is used, the wider the rusting gets from the holes. What we see is a skewed normal distribution to the right, with 105lbs as our mean with an alpha value of about 5.
It surprising to know that everything digital from computers, phones, and even pacemakers all function on the simple concept of on an off (1’s and 0’s, electric high/low, logic true/false) - that everything digital has a basis in switches and memory switches (flip-flops). That’s why I believe there can never be true artificial intelligence because all results are predefined with 1’s and 0’s. Until we can factor in some form of randomness (ie. Biological computers?), computers can only be as smart as we can predefine them to be.
This is my Macbook keyboard cover after accumulating two years of grime, dirt, oil, and other things my fingers have gotten in contact with.
After taking a closer look, I realized a few things:
What does your keyboard/cover look like and what can you tell from it?
You occasionally have to humor yourself in order to pay attention in class. Otherwise, lectures would just get so boring.
Oh yes, and the answer to that question would be a chemo-mechanical nanocomposite much like a sea cucumber’s dermis.
If you can’t understand a class (Logic Design and Computers), use a game to figure it out. Minecraft is genius.
Edit: This image does not belong to me. It’s from the Minecraft Wiki which I used to model my logic gates.
We live in a technological age where people consider Mona Lisa with big knockers top entertainment. (face palm)
Slow and steady wins the race.