Voorhees, NJ

#1 Dec 3, 2010
If I design a computer program that processes changes in symbol encryption continually and flexibly (i.e., rapid reversibility), then such an algorithm can be used to understand mechanical changes in systems with very small increments. This is because systems with nearly imperceptible changes which must nevertheless be analyzed (i.e., weather systems) require decoding of rapid flexibility.

Such analysis is related to conceptual models of transient equilibrium.

Does this explain the dynamic appeal of the Hollywood (USA) movie "I, Robot" (2004)?

Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?

God bless!

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