in focus?

dont you feel special when somebody actually read your rubbish?

now, this is eachainn who reads Wolfram's New Kind of Science, i believe he asked what is it about that book, and i remember to reply that especially chapter 2 and how Wolfram had argued about randomness.

eachainn (23/09/2004 01:52:56): I liked his notion that continuous numbers do not exist in reality; also that randomness is very bounded; if the universe evolves by simple rules, then only a very small proportion of possible configurations can be visited.

so, i have to reply to him now, offering wider discussions.

eachainn (24/09/2004 03:21:55): I find I can't write a brief reply to your question; maybe I shouldn't have turned to it at 3am Maybe I should start a blog; I've thought about it a few times. I'm Iain MacKay; I'm an IT consultant, specializing in software. Web site at http://www.computable-functions.com My eldest (23) child is a sculptor and she has an interest in mathematics and physics.

dont you feel special when somebody actually read your rubbish?

now, this is eachainn who reads Wolfram's New Kind of Science, i believe he asked what is it about that book, and i remember to reply that especially chapter 2 and how Wolfram had argued about randomness.

eachainn (23/09/2004 01:52:56): I liked his notion that continuous numbers do not exist in reality; also that randomness is very bounded; if the universe evolves by simple rules, then only a very small proportion of possible configurations can be visited.

so, i have to reply to him now, offering wider discussions.

eachainn (24/09/2004 03:21:55): I find I can't write a brief reply to your question; maybe I shouldn't have turned to it at 3am Maybe I should start a blog; I've thought about it a few times. I'm Iain MacKay; I'm an IT consultant, specializing in software. Web site at http://www.computable-functions.com My eldest (23) child is a sculptor and she has an interest in mathematics and physics.

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