Quantum Computing 2

I was reading a post by a woman on using Lorenz curves to determine the “cost and yield of moving from one quantum state to another”. http://quantumfrontiers.com/2013/10/14/the-cost-and-yield-of-moving-from-quantum-state-to-quantum-state/ She states that when there is… Continue reading

Quantum Computing Part 1

Could quantum computing be used to have multiple variables refer to the same spaces of memory for their values? For instance the property of superposition means the qbit takes on multiple values at… Continue reading

CSS for HTML

div { border-radius: 5px; } #header { z-index: 1; position: fixed; width: 97.5%; margin-top: -20px; height: 60px; background-color: #668284; margin-bottom: 10px; } #name { float:left; margin-left: 5px; padding-top: 5px; font-size: 16px; font-family: Verdana,… Continue reading

Multilateral Environmental Agreements

  Multilateral Environmental Agreements   Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat Adopted: 2 February, 1971 Objective: The conservation and and wise use of all wetlands through local and… Continue reading

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The Kyoto Protocol The Kyoto Protocol was established as an agreement between states to limit carbon emissions. Flexibility Mechanisms The Clean Development Mechanism Joint Implementation Emissions Trading Markets Subsidiary Bodies Subsidiary Body on… Continue reading

Aporias

Derrida explores the perception of limits in this speech/lecture he gave.  Until the end one would think that he favored the opinion that there are limits.  By the end he discounts that though. … Continue reading

Finishing Counterpath

I just finished Counterpath today, a tandem work between Jacques Derrida and Catharine Malabou, in which Malabou gives an overview of Derrida’s work along 3 “pathways” that while carrying on a conversation with… Continue reading

Counterpath

I’m reading a new book about/by Derrida.  It’s by a woman called Catharine Malabou and it’s called Counterpath.  It has some letters Derrida wrote to her in the late 90’s scattered throughout the… Continue reading

Neighbors Again

Today my neighbor said “Oh Shit” sarcastically to something I said.  It was in a way I would have said repeatedly to her for the past few months.  She’s never said it to… Continue reading

Betraying Your Unconscious

I got in an argument with my neighbor a few minutes ago.  She was saying that she didn’t care who I was, I was disgusting.  The problem with her criticism wasn’t that she… Continue reading