I don't want to go to class today. Fuck that.
There's this guy in my class, and he's mad at me for no reason.
Fuck that ugly bitch.
I'm so smart. I'm gonna pass that class with 100%, and everyone else is gonna FAIL LIKE A MOTHERFUCKER
Also I've been working on AI theory, trying to devise a theoretical mind that could work on a digital format, without the usage of a "Q" chip or other artificially built neural nets. However the usage of a adaptive database (effectively a virtual neural net) would require massive amounts of processing time. But I've learned that for any AI to work efficiently it must be comprised of several different intercommunicating layers, each layer serving as specific purpose.
The "layers" idea is very basic concept in psychology, so I guess I'm on the right track.
Somehow I don't think it should be extremely difficult to make humanoid robots. Everything in our body acts through certain systems. If materials could be found or created that are capable of mimicking human parts, and can be shaped precisely to fit together....no more of this blocky robot crap.
When I'm alone, for some reason it's hard for me to sit and ponder on any one thing for a long time. If I start out with a goal to puzzle something out, I end up putting a few pieces together, then noting the shape of another piece, realizing that it looks somewhat like a cow, then I imagine what the cow would look like, then I....oops, there goes my trail of thought. ):
I hate language with a passion. Language confuses as much as it makes things clear. Words describe specific things to individual people, and when they are used to describe other things, the idea gets muddled. Everyone has their own interpretation of different words. Telepathy would be nice, as long as it could be switched on and off.
I think I don't like participating in debates because I don't believe anything is true fact, so I can't effectively argue my point against the other, since in my mind they both have a strong potential to be true. Debates are amazingly fun to read/observe, though.
I want to draw something, but I can't figure out what to draw.
i very much wonder what the different accents and groups in different countries are.
in GB we have cockneys, geordies, scousers, sheep-shaggers, northeners, scots, welsh bastards, irishmen...
what do other countries have i wonder
From left to right:@-FF
Who are those people anyway?
To be rigid and arrogant;
to be above this generation and distant from its ways;
to talk of great principles;
to be critical and disparaging:
these are approved by scholars who dwell in the mountains, by men who are not of this age, who are worn and weary or who cast themselves into the deep.
To preach about benevolence, righteousness, loyalty and faithfulness;
to be humble, moderate, selfless and civil:
these are the marks of self-development and are the signs of the scholars who wish to reform this generation. These are approved by the one who wishes to preach and teach, whether at home or abroad.
To talk of great achievements;
to make a great name;
to arrange the rituals between ruler and minister;
to sort out those above from those below;
to organize the ruling of the state:
this is what is approved by the scholar who values the court and state, who loves his ruler and honours his country, who does what he can and who seizes lands.
To live amongst the wilds and lakes;
to dwell in isolated places;
to fish alone;
this is what is approved by the scholar who retreats to the rivers and seas, who leaves this generation alone, who is in no hurry.
grunting and groaning;
expelling the old breath and taking in the new;
undertaking physical exercises to preserve the body and soul;
long life his sole concern:
this is what is approved, this is the Tao of the scholar who infuses his self with breath, feeding his body, hoping to live as long as Peng Tsu.
To achieve loftiness without the burden of bias;
to follow the ways of improvement without benevolence or righteousness;
to rule successfully without achievement or fame;
who rest without rivers and oceans;
long life without organization;
to lose everything and yet to have all;
to drift calmly and endlessly, while all good things pay court to them:
this is the Tao of Heaven and Earth, the Virtue of the sages.
The book of Chuang Tzu @ Chapter 18 said:Fish can live in water quite contentedly, but if people try it, they die, for different beings need different contexts which are right and proper for them. This is why the ancient sages never expected just one response from the rest of the creatures nor tried to make them conform.