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My Man - Sir Issac Newton
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yeah he was into all kindsa cool things

alchemy, freemasonry..

he knew stuff

https://blog.world-mysteries.com/science...-revealed/

Just Plain Nuts.
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SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:16 AM)
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In what way? And I mean, I doubt I'd have the qualifications/knowledge for that. I mean, I'm not stupid and I do have some math background (coded graphics, physics engines and dealt A LOT with geometry, collision detection sh*t like that). Which reminds me of someone who's almost NEVER mentioned, Herman Minkowski, Albert Einstein's teacher and the guy who established geometric relativity (he also happened to rewrite einstein's algebraic formulations in geometric terms, which imo is much cooler).

Oh I just had a thought in my head that was like a burr under the saddle. That being, how can you, or me, or Opie know where these brilliant thoughts are coming from?

I've noticed in life that if you have a conscience, of good moral character and you're smart you still won't get anywhere. This is the way of the world, the world hates good morals and it elevates wicked corrupt people.

So all these brilliant people with brilliant thoughts have collectively contributed to the destruction of our ecosphere, and may be indirectly influenced by demonic entities.

Who's the truly smart person, the 3rd degree genius level individual recognized by society because the wicked spiritual forces in heavenly places exalt them to use their ideas to further corrupt the human race, or someone who humbles themselves before God and awaits the will of the Divine?

But here, I doubt 1 poster in a 1,000 would even know what I was talking about, cue all the atheists to bash the dumb Christian's head in for believing in God.

You'll all see, eternity is a very long time to remember each and every single word you've read and ponder their validity, forever and ever and ever in order to ignore the pain of missing out on God's promises.

Well sh*t, I invented a generalized algorithm to detect distance/collision/geometric features in collision/interference or of closest approach, etc for sets of arbitrary compound convex geometry, by only ever testing a point against a tedrahedron (3d simplex). I know, it sounds bizarre. Like I would calculate the distance of a box to say, an ellipsoid by testing a point vs a tetrahedron. Figure that out. And all it needs is geometric relativity, simplex refinement and a few dotproducts.

I got to that from looking at other methods and coding a lot of different collision/distance stuff.
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SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (07-22-2019 12:52 AM)
Newton was a smart man.

very smart
but his experience was limited to the Bible which doesn't teach about "ages" - but other religions do - like the Mayans and also Hindu's. According to Hinduism, we have left the age of Kali and are now entering what we call the Age of Aquarius. There is no end of the world, only the end of an age and on to a new age.

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Uppity Me  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:21 AM)
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (07-22-2019 12:52 AM)
Newton was a smart man.

very smart
but his experience was limited to the Bible which doesn't teach about "ages" - but other religions do - like the Mayans and also Hindu's. According to Hinduism, we have left the age of Kali and are now entering what we call the Age of Aquarius. There is no end of the world, only the end of an age and on to a new age.

Still water, a fish can swim in water. chuckle

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RE: My Man - Sir Issac Newton
Coolchick  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:20 AM)
yeah he was into all kindsa cool things

alchemy, freemasonry..

he knew stuff

https://blog.world-mysteries.com/science...-revealed/

Still think Pythagoras is more of "the man" in that regard, especially because of the music. But I'm pretty sure he was into alchemy and sh*t too. Also, his 47th proposition...and freemason stuff (they coopted it).
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Fibonacci and the Golden Ratio - seen everywhere in Nature

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Okay anyways I'm in some kind of weird mood today.

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Uppity Me  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:24 AM)
Fibonacci and the Golden Ratio - seen everywhere in Nature

I will attempt to use both more often in my works. I will try.

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Modern "science" is a total clusterfuck, I agree. So much horseshit being peddled.
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Uppity Me  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:24 AM)
Fibonacci and the Golden Ratio - seen everywhere in Nature

Also everywhere in nature, voronoi diagrams (which neatly describes universal spatial/matter distributions). Oh, and 47.
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Fibonacci and the Golden Ratio - seen everywhere in Nature

Also everywhere in nature, voronoi diagrams (which neatly describes universal spatial/matter distributions). Oh, and 47.

Yah I use Voronoi texture and Musgrave textures as well.

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I always thought this phrase - ' a time, and times and half a time' was referring to Time magazine, and 'The Times' newspapers like the New York Times, LA Times. Maybe it's referring to mass communication and not an actual time. Just a thought

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SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:30 AM)
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Also everywhere in nature, voronoi diagrams (which neatly describes universal spatial/matter distributions). Oh, and 47.

Yah I use Voronoi texture and Musgrave textures as well.

Yeah that voronoi texture basically just calculates the distance to a set of points and makes like a gradient of that. Musgrave is basically a legend.
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If you want to see what musgrave did...take a look at Daggerfall and also MojoWorld (old but awesome, no longer available afaik).
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:31 AM)
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:30 AM)
Yah I use Voronoi texture and Musgrave textures as well.

Yeah that voronoi texture basically just calculates the distance to a set of points and makes like a gradient of that. Musgrave is basically a legend.

Trying to learn, you don't happen to have a good reference on the web I can go to that describes this process of how these vector systems are applied to objects in rendering do you?

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