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|Tue, Oct 09 2007||100||Heisenberg and Prokofiev||
Each sees their own image of reality.
One sees facts and mathematical proofs
that show that the reality of the other is elsewhere.
The other sees emotions and perceptions.
And what kind of bird are You - said duck - if you can't swim.
|Thu, Jun 14 2007||200||Stanley Jordan and Heisenberg||
Jazz works for them because
they forgot to press the record button,
and someone has yet to let them know that
they are on stage,
and someone might hear them making a mistake,
and they should start noticing the audience,
as it will make a diffrence if they know they are
Yet I can not play well if you are not listening.
|Mon, Apr 09 2007||100||Heisenberg Principle||
Imagination is beleiving your reality is the same as everyone else's.
|Sat, Nov 11 2006||400||Heisenberg||
The truth is in the eye of the beholder.
Electrons do not jump to the viewing area
whenever someone is watching.
It is implied that if you can not have the electron
be in the same place when you look at it,
and when you do not,
that the next person will not be able to see it
in the same place that you did either.
Each beholder has his own absolutely private and distinct
view of this same reality.
|Wed, May 24 2006||900||Video Processing - Heisenberg||
So all this can be rehashed using Virtualdub , except that when it comes to non-lossless
compression, you cant really make a picture better by compressing and recompressing
it for the purpose of bettering it.
This is a general problem in architecting of complex computing systems, and is well
known in the hacking community, simply as "The Heisenberg Principle"
most obviously exemplified by a program that counts time it takes to travel in a loop
by timing it each round and adding the result to a total, there by counting the counting
program rather than what the program would actually do if you did not count!
Heisenberg Said (in plain terms)
If you try to observe the geographical location of an electron relative to its core atom(ic) force
of gravity, the mere observation will change the result, and therefore we will never
know where the electron actually is at any given point in time.
The implications of this quantum physics only fact I know, on the world
of computer programming is immense.
Ok, where was I,
|Wed, May 24 2006||1000||Video Processing - One Shot||
So due the Heisenberg principle you want to do all the processing "at once",
chaining filters for resizing making the picture brighter, trying to still focus it better,
(despite the general rule just mentioned), in one shot, so that virtualdub will decompress
the file just once, do all the work, and then recompenses it once.
if you make a mistake, just do the whole thing over from scratch.
seems like waste of valuable CPU time, not at all, and you know why, guess:
The Heisenberg Principle.
|Wed, May 24 2006||1100||Video Processing - Heisenberg take 2||
Turns out it takes ages of CPU time to compress and decompress the files,
as compared with the near zero amount of work done by most filters.
So it goes like this, (Tir'eh):
you can due a step, saving a new file with just the resizing stage done,
which will take about 2 hours of cpu time, and once you got this part
over with, you are safe past that stage and can continue to the next, You do the math.
You will grow old before your computer does, and die at young age of hunger so don't argue with me, please,
it can be fatal.
of course, if you have a culture of your own like I do,
you do argue of course,
and end up being convinced anyway,
after a long period of still excruciating mental pain,
when you don't have time to eat,
and later when you wake up from this nightmare
you smile and say:
"Yeah, but look how much more I know now"