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Mar 24, 2013
 
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<quoted text>You're welcome beautiful.
I appreciate it but you can fallback.

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Mar 24, 2013
 
Aziya Shines wrote:
The modern binary code, essential to every digital circuit from alarm locks to super computers, was first introduced by Leibniz around 1670.
Leibniz has been inspired by the binary-based 'logic machine' of Raymond Lull, which was in turn inspired by the alchemists' divination practice fo geomancy (Skinner 1980).
But geomancy is Clearly not of European origin.
It was first introduced there by Hugo of Santalla in twelfth century Spain and Islamic scholars had been using it in North Africa since at least the 9th century, where it was first documented in written records by the Jewish writer Aran ben Joseph.
Very Interesting!

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You must be an adolescent. No, I don't know you, but evidently you've been following my posts, and you're experiencing cyber jealousy because I was defending a woman who you find attractive online. You also perceive me as a threat because you came at me. But I assure you, there is no reason to feel threatened kid. I just spent the whole morning f*ckin, I'm good! You can have your cyber crush.
You can have ALL the cyber pussy in the world, Stretchmaster wont throw salt in your cyber game.
Feel better now?
No you don't threaten the God one least bit. I came at you for how u been throwing bait all week,sniffin behind Aziya like a dog in heat. This what you wanted,so you got it. I been tryin to keep the peace but a mofo like you a n//gga gota punch in the mouth to wake his @ss up.Wake up n//ga. You better get right when u post around me fck boy. Whatever sloppy piece of p**$y u was knockin down this morning must not be too good for you to be as thirsty as you are. Fall back like the goddess told you.She was tryin to be nice.

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aww babe you already know youre my one and only. You my heart for real
muah!:-)
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#49
Mar 24, 2013
 
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<quoted text> you thought?
Have you have read the transcripts of the "Chandahsastra"? This is the work ascribed to Pingala, and credited with the first appearance of the binomial theorem and a binary number system. Also, one will find Pascal's triangle and a treatment of the Fibonacci sequence. I am sure your university will have a good bit of reference material on Pingala.

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I appreciate it but you can fallback.
I understand. I will stop hurting homeboy's feelings.
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I understand. I will stop hurting homeboy's feelings.
You mean you know when to stop after looking like a real clown.

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This process can be seen in many other areas of African knowledge systems
So as we see ancient blk history is the documented legacy. The path to which ancient blacks laid the foundation to every field of science, today.
eurocentricity, on the other hand, can not declare or show a similar path to greatness-- for all greatness arrives from within civilizations.
eurocentrics can not name or point out an ancient nordic (blond and blue eyes) civilization; therefore, the blue-eyed followers of this movement want to bury and abandon the past and only focus on "today", or what they allege are their modern achievements.
technology does not magically sprout from the stem, but rather has a foundation in the root.
a scientific past makes a technological future.
if one can not show his path to the achievement, it merely means he is robbing you of your historical achievements. Like they do with everything.
The relationship between what we do as physicists today and the future that our work engenders is dialogical in the sense that not only do our present actions determine what our future will be, but we must be ever mindful of the impact of our present actions on the future... Through our moral responsibility and awareness of signals and trends, we in effect,'listen' to what the future has to tell us." (Donnell Walton, Chair, National Conference of Black Physics Students 1995.)

While the temporal traditions of African societies were frequently cited by colonialists as evidence for primitive superstition, they appear today in quite the opposite context: mathematical analyses of traditional African designs, techniques and knowledge systems indicate a wide array of sophisticated indigenous inventions. Like Paul Gilroy's fractal Atlantic, Donnel Walton's invocation of African divination traditions- of listening to the future- is not only useful in its call for greater ethical responsibility, but also as a reminder fo the surprising links between traditional knowledge and modern science.

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“Every digital circuit in the world started in Africa.”

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Aziya Shines wrote:
The modern binary code, essential to every digital circuit from alarm locks to super computers, was first introduced by Leibniz around 1670.
Leibniz has been inspired by the binary-based 'logic machine' of Raymond Lull, which was in turn inspired by the alchemists' divination practice fo geomancy (Skinner 1980).
But geomancy is Clearly not of European origin.
It was first introduced there by Hugo of Santalla in twelfth century Spain and Islamic scholars had been using it in North Africa since at least the 9th century, where it was first documented in written records by the Jewish writer Aran ben Joseph.
doing thebump ^^^

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May 4, 2014
 
Aziya Shines wrote:
The modern binary code, essential to every digital circuit from alarm locks to super computers, was first introduced by Leibniz around 1670.
Leibniz has been inspired by the binary-based 'logic machine' of Raymond Lull, which was in turn inspired by the alchemists' divination practice fo geomancy (Skinner 1980).
But geomancy is Clearly not of European origin.
It was first introduced there by Hugo of Santalla in twelfth century Spain and Islamic scholars had been using it in North Africa since at least the 9th century, where it was first documented in written records by the Jewish writer Aran ben Joseph.
bumping this.... they steal every damn thing is it anything these white cracks invented on their own

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#61
May 4, 2014
 
Aziya Shines wrote:
The modern binary code, essential to every digital circuit from alarm locks to super computers, was first introduced by Leibniz around 1670.
Leibniz has been inspired by the binary-based 'logic machine' of Raymond Lull, which was in turn inspired by the alchemists' divination practice fo geomancy (Skinner 1980).
But geomancy is Clearly not of European origin.
It was first introduced there by Hugo of Santalla in twelfth century Spain and Islamic scholars had been using it in North Africa since at least the 9th century, where it was first documented in written records by the Jewish writer Aran ben Joseph.
Good thread babe..
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#62
May 4, 2014
 
Aziya Shines wrote:
<quoted text>bumping this.... they steal every damn thing is it anything these white cracks invented on their own
Blacks steal many things, one thing they can't steal though is knowledge. They have nowhere to keep such a thing if they did steal it.

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