The Mathematical Foundations of Law

To the ends of each and all, the suspension of any right may only come with the definition for reversal of the suspension. Necessitating a definition for reversal shall ensure that laws and judgements are commutative, in addition to following by the traditional foundations of distributive and associative structure.

In order to continue living as free society, where privacy and trust allows that the exercise of liberties may also cause harm through immaturity or indecency, we must contemplate two things.

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Dissent as the core-value for media messages

I think the US can strengthen the message of gun ownership, and its position among an expanding audience, by advancing the message of the importance of dissent.

Descent is a key value for the practice of liberty. Dissent is enshrined in every facet of our Bill of Rights.(1) Read the rest of this entry »

Here There Are Dragons

In 1967, Michael Falkov, wrote in his work “of Other spaces ”

In civilizations without boats,
dreams dry up,
espionage takes the place of adventure
and the police take the place of pirates.

This is a great landmark within the terrain of mystery, in our relationship to the exploration of its map. Our map, today, is in danger.

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A Nat’l Center for Chemistry Education

Ash Jogulegar proposed a National Center for Chemistry Education (NCCE) as a non-partisan, non-corp chemistry education lobbying organization volunteering time for the improving public knowledge.

So pure of an intention is almost irrevocably on-course for corruption.
Still, I applaud the goal.

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Protecting privacy and dissent in the US

It’s been interesting to read the text of the Arms Trade Treaty. Enacting the treaty will require a registry of all imported arms, ammo, and related products. So that includes those fine Berettas. It also includes scopes and “related products”

The impact is limited to imported guns, and we can prevent registry of arms made in the US and sold to US citizens.

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BMI for coding at the speed of thought

Let us layout a use for BMIs that could have broad impact.

The model project at this time is a BMI for controlling Vim, an extensible text editing environment used by software engineers.

The motto of Vim is ‘precision editing at the speed of thought.’ I see Vim’s existing UI is uniquely ready to accept BMI input – literally delivering on the promise of the software’s motto.

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Big Data and Collective Bargaining

The big data trend thus begs the question: if effective big data could be represented in politics, would it be used to craft policy that reflects public sentiment? Would big data instead be used only to shape campaigns to maximize voting?

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Big Data vs. Business Intelligence

A discussion today involved the perspective that the BI (business intelligence) involves more human-entered data, whereas Big Data is machine generated.

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Economies of scale in the rendering of the unmanifest

I will propose that there is an importance in using the visual format in rendering sci-fi.

A visual format is more rich and highly-dimensional (‘bandwidth’) than text.

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Human Resources 2.1

Lets iterate on our external HR practice.

When passing on candidates we have an exceptional opportunity to improve the image of the company and the state of our industry generally.

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