Tag Archives: computer-programming

Maybe I Won’t Be Doing Any More Birth Charts

My Kepler 7.0 Program Just Died In the middle of my trying to update a file on my computer program, the screen went blue. You could say it ‘blue’ up. (Admittedly, I was trying to see if there were any … Continue reading

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The Original Birth Chart from Kate’s Made In Heaven Program

Jesus (January 5, 6 BC) Now compare it with my own printout from my Kepler 7.0 program. Kate’s didn’t need to adjust for changes in calendars from Julian to Gregorian, and her program didn’t require a different negative year to … Continue reading

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Dreaming (Redux)

Originally posted on cdsmiller17:
What is it that everyone does every night, week after week, year after year, but so few of us remember the next morning? What is it that creates a feeling of strangeness when we think about…

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Imagine if This Video was Real

  There’s a video circulating the virtual world at the moment which is quite surprising, at least to those who did not realize that images of world leaders could be manipulated to say anything someone wants them to. According to … Continue reading

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Hidden Code: Put Inside a Computer

Putin’s Idea Since I don’t really know what’s going on in the world of cyber spying, I have to rely upon my dream prompts. This one has come up more than once, including last night. But the twist is that … Continue reading

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The Demiurge in the Digital Age

A Flow Chart? We don’t usually equate the Creator God with a computer programmer, but are they not One and the same? Everything in the known Universe can be broken down into binary code, the ‘on/off’ switch. And everything evolves … Continue reading

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History Repeats Itself

  Until the Lessons are Learned Yesterday, President Trump likened the Mueller Special Investigation into the Russian meddling in the 2016 Election to the Army-McCarthy hearings of the early 1950’s. On the CBC, when it reported this on The National, … Continue reading

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

I was reminded of this interactive computer program while discussing our first desk top computer (an Apricot) with my youngest daughter. The exact point of the discussion was the place where most people get stuck. Rosanna said the choice that … Continue reading

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    The Real Voice of Siri. Apple first released Siri onto the world stage in 2011. Most other mobile phone manufacturers have followed suit. Even Amazon has joined the fray. Now, this is exactly what Dan Brown was trying … Continue reading

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Playing the Game of Life to the End

Ready Player One “In the year 2044, reality is an ugly place. The only time teenage Wade Watts really feels alive is when he’s jacked into the virtual utopia known as the OASIS. Wade’s devoted his life to studying the … Continue reading

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