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# Secret Codes

izzythepush

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Mon 26 Aug, 2013 02:28 am
Play around with codes and you can predict whatever you want, always after the event.

Look at what someone did playing around with Moby Dick.

http://cs.anu.edu.au/~bdm/dilugim/moby.html
RexRed

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Thu 29 Aug, 2013 01:32 am
@izzythepush,
That was very interesting Izzy.

The only two plausible explanations for such a specter is divine intervention or pure coincidence. One might say that it would sure be a weird and vague way for the divine to communicate. Especially when these slight inferences to people only really become clear and make sense after their death and not a single inference led to saving a life. This would make their purpose meaningless. Still noteworthy that chaos is so chaotic that it can sometimes stumble upon sometime concrete and material.
vicky110

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Thu 29 Aug, 2013 01:39 am
Can any one solve These questions????
System A uses 4-digit personal secret numbers (i.e., 0000–9999), and on each login attempt it randomly chooses two of the numbers and asks the user to cite them.

(a) Suppose the attacker has not made any observations yet, and tries to log into Alice’s account by guessing the two digits requested. What is the probability that his guess of the two digits is correct?
(b) Suppose the attacker has made one observation of the credentials
Alice used to successfully log into her account, and now he tries
to log in by himself and is faced with a fresh request of two digits. Assume that he enters the requested digit if he knows it, and otherwise makes a random guess. What is the probability that he can enter them correctly?

(c) Suppose Bob has made two observations of the correct credentials.
What is the probability that he now knows all four digits of Alice’s
PIN?
izzythepush

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Thu 29 Aug, 2013 02:52 am
@vicky110,
Why don't you do your own homework.
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izzythepush

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Thu 29 Aug, 2013 02:56 am
@RexRed,
RexRed wrote:

That was very interesting Izzy.

The only two plausible explanations for such a specter is divine intervention or pure coincidence.

There is a third explanation, it's all a load of bollocks. When you go looking for something you'll find it whether it's there or not. You decide what the code will be. You then try all different permutations to find it. It's about wanting something to be there so you'll twist everything until you make it so.

reasoning logic

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Thu 29 Aug, 2013 04:34 pm
@RexRed,
Quote:
That was very interesting Izzy.

I found that interesting myself Rex but I was not able to make sense out of the supposedly text that those examples came from, Rex would you please explain how those text scribbles or what ever they were, "Was evaluating the actual text taken from Moby dick?
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RexRed

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Thu 29 Aug, 2013 04:49 pm
@izzythepush,
I like that third explanation also, I think in Freudian terms it is called projection... Is that the right word I am looking for? Transference mebbe?
RexRed

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Sat 31 Aug, 2013 11:15 am
FSK SMPTE
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RexRed

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Sat 31 Aug, 2013 11:21 am
pandora
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neologist

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Sat 31 Aug, 2013 08:17 pm
@RexRed,
RexRed wrote:
I like that third explanation also, I think in Freudian terms it is called projection... Is that the right word I am looking for? Transference mebbe?
People project and transfer. There is also confirmation bias. It's surprising how easy it is to spot these errors in others and how difficult it is to see them in ourselves.
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RexRed

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Wed 11 Sep, 2013 09:18 pm
999
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RexRed

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Sun 17 Nov, 2013 07:13 pm
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RexRed

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Sun 24 Nov, 2013 06:02 pm
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RexRed

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Mon 28 Jul, 2014 05:54 pm
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RexRed

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Sat 30 Aug, 2014 05:08 pm
What is the greatest human interface for accessing and controlling a computer?

A mouse? Keyboard?

Has it been invented yet?

It has been invented but not implemented.

I have figured out a good interface. (this is my idea)

A camera that looks at your eyes and what you look at on the screen is where the cursor will be.

Then on your desktop in front of your keyboard you have an horizontally rectangular touch screen.

One wide enough so both hands can work on it.

The touch screen on the desktop controls how you select and size things on the monitor.

But it accommodates two hands.
Then a traditional keyboard is above the touch screen on the desktop.

some may opt to have.

The key thing in my er, online 'patent" is i am combining two things

Dual hand movement and eye focus location obtained by a camera..

If my eyes read a line of text the cursor should follow along.

The touch screen laying flat on your desktop would be around a foot long.

The camera would sit on your monitor and observe your own particular unique eye focus and always place the mouse in that vicinity.

Your mouse would always be moving because your eyes are always moving. An eyeglass attachment could refine the process. RR
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Lustig Andrei

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Sat 30 Aug, 2014 05:34 pm
@RexRed,
RexRed wrote:
What happened one second before The Big Bang?

That's a nonsense question. Time did not exist before the Big Bang, hence nothing could have happened as there was no "one second before."
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RexRed

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Mon 1 Sep, 2014 11:26 pm

V+I =6
X+L=60
C+D=600
neologist

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Tue 2 Sep, 2014 12:00 am
@RexRed,
RexRed wrote:

V+I =6
X+L=60 But XL = 40
C+D=600 And CD = 400
Correct?
RexRed

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Tue 2 Sep, 2014 12:14 am
@neologist,
neologist wrote:

RexRed wrote:

V+I =6
X+L=60 But XL = 40
C+D=600 And CD = 400
Correct?

Not sure what you mean Neo (love you bunches bro)

4 is a world number
neologist

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Tue 2 Sep, 2014 12:25 am
@RexRed,
OK. Now I have no idea of your original point.

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