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2002-Feb-27, 04:59 PM
<a name="20020227.10:21"> page 20020227.10:21 AKA Parameters
8:anyway the TIME parameter was EASY enought 2DO
7:as its the html name game explained elswhere
6:NEXT might be the ?"SPACE"? parameter
5:well it may have other names2 like Angle
4:or chord hmm? delay..
Anyway for the moment i'll just call it
[INLINE] "the inline parameter"
which if U has GUI you get a SPACE.JPG
of course not having guI I dont get jPG Which i'll try NEXT

2002-Feb-28, 01:00 PM
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif 4par
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/images/smiles/ 3par
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/images/ 2par
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/ 1par
http://www.badastronomy.com/ 0par
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/ 1par
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php? 2pat
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=607&forum=3
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=607&forum=3&start=25#20020228.5:24 aka Search4.2-2-28
My point at this time 2-2-28 6:27 A.M.
Was I was able to make a space PARAMETER
into smiles {hip hip do aFLIP}

2002-Mar-01, 10:30 AM
<a name="20020301.4:15"> page 20020301.4:15 aka Next Para

http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif
the line above reintroduces a Space PARAMETER
in a manner that i can comprehend

http://www.badastronomy.com/ 0par

and the one below {computed First, Entered last
represents a reINTRODUCED time parameter
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=607&forum=3&start=25#20020228.5:24 aka Search4.2-2-28

its now been done * of much interest to Me
WHAT {if any} parameter will appear next?
& I will always know it was Time B4 Space Chronologically

2002-Mar-06, 04:03 PM
<a name="20020306.9:50"> page 20020306.9:50 aka "ANAMATION"?
2:[:] alright READY to begin to attempt the "NEXT"
3:and [:] in general terms its SPACIAL..
4:an ...[:]... attempt at anamation {of sorts}
5:by the ....[:].... means of Links
6:this probably will not work at all
7:but it was my effort at a "next parameter"
8:after TIME B4/ Space
<a name="20020307.LI1"> .[1].
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=653&forum=1&3#20020307.LI2
<a name="20020307.LI2"> ..[2]..
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=653&forum=1&3#20020307.LI3
<a name="20020307.LI3"> ...[3]...
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=653&forum=1&3#20020307.LI4
<a name="20020307.LI4"> ....[4]....
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=653&forum=1&3#20020307.LI1
wHOO that takes a long LONG time to do
--& it may not even work?

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: HUb' on 2002-03-07 08:51 ]</font>

2002-Mar-11, 12:05 PM
1: that last effort failed
2: i don't see what was wrong
3: at least not right now
4: maybe some day the error
5: will become appearent
6: A Parent ?
7: oh never mind a new
8: insight into Parameter
9: may be less than NINE line away?
5:51 A.M. Hopefully [thini`N]
1:__d0__ clock ?: beyond comprehension
2:__d1__ clock 5: Galixy R>esesses(orbits) Universe // colide
3:__d2__ clock 4: Sun orbits center of Galixy // equinox presesses?
4:__d3__ clock 3: Planets orbits the Sun // Planets Spin on axis
5:__d4__ clock 2: electrons orbit proton // electrons spin
6:__d5__ clock 1: no words would be know about these(orbit//spin)
7:Listen these FIVE[5] groupings are
8:based upon the main presept ["ORBIT"]
9:ITS A CENTRALISTs Mass view of time in a way
clocks 2,3,&4 are humanly conceptual?
and U can invision [2] electrons orbiting Protons
[3] Planets orbiting the Sun &[4] the Sun in ORBIT about
the central portion of the Galaxy. Clocks 1 & 5 are not so easily precieved

GrapesOfWrath
2002-Mar-11, 02:02 PM
On 2002-03-11 07:05, HUb' wrote:
1:__d0__ clock ?: beyond comprehension
2:__d1__ clock 5: Galixy R>esesses(orbits) Universe // colide
3:__d2__ clock 4: Sun orbits center of Galixy // equinox presesses?
4:__d3__ clock 3: Planets orbits the Sun // Planets Spin on axis
5:__d4__ clock 2: electrons orbit proton // electrons spin
6:__d5__ clock 1: no words would be know about these(orbit//spin)

Yeah, I think I'm going to go with number 1 there. Number 5 has its own problems, in that the electron orbit is not a classical orbit, but a cloud or probability wave. Still, we've managed quite a bit of progress without really understanding it, no?

2002-Mar-12, 02:07 AM
On 2002-03-11 09:02, GrapesOfWrath wrote: To; 2-3-11 7:58 P.M.


On 2002-03-11 07:05, HUb' wrote:
1:__d0__ clock ?: beyond comprehension
2:__d1__ clock 5: Galixy R>esesses(orbits) Universe // colide
3:__d2__ clock 4: Sun orbits center of Galixy // equinox presesses?
4:__d3__ clock 3: Planets orbits the Sun // Planets Spin on axis
5:__d4__ clock 2: electrons orbit proton // electrons spin


Yeah, I think I'm going to go with number 1 there. Number 5 has its own problems, in that the electron orbit is not a classical orbit, but a cloud or probability wave. Still, we've managed quite a bit of progress without really understanding it, no?
I see, nothing could be finer than an electro miner in the Morning! i've always like FIVE(5) as the correct answer2

2002-Mar-13, 01:12 PM
<a name="20020313.7:02"> page 20020313.7:02 aka Clock 0
A new concept has now creapt in..
a two Universe Modle one Matter
the other one Anti mater
each a mirror immage of the other
connected by gravity
---------------------
theres more to this tail
however the automated computer will soon want the line
7:05 A.M.

2002-Mar-23, 12:29 PM
<a name="20020323.6:2"> page 20020323.6:2 aka My Cu R
Calculus Ch11 Plane Curves, Parametric Equations,
and Polar Coordinates p349 #7 Sketch curve x=t^3,y=t^2/2
_|/_ : now that i've already done the sketch 4U
. | . : defign the charastics of the X-Axis, Y-Axis, and 0
cheat notes: Since x=t^1/3 y=1/2(x^1/3)^2 1/2x^2/3
NOTE ON CHEAT NOTES: {they are out of the book}
[but i drew the sketch using "my" computer.]
ok ok its an INTEL chip {what can I say} Bo0o.
new! [23]Marie Curie Training Site (23/02/2002) The Division of Pure
Mathematics has won an EC contract to set up a Marie Curie Training
Site in algebraic geometry, singularities and knot theory.
Applications are invited...

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: HUb' on 2002-03-23 07:37 ]</font>

2002-Apr-01, 02:00 PM
<a name="20020401"> page 20020401 aka Back to page 1
Parameters [13]HUb' 2002-03-01 05:30
Parameters [16]HUb' 2002-03-06 11:03
Parameters [19]HUb' 2002-03-11 07:05
Parameters [22]HUb' 2002-03-11 21:07
Parameters [25]HUb' 2002-03-13 08:12
Parameters [28]HUb' 2002-03-23 07:29
Parameters [31]HUb' 2002-02-27 11:59
Parameters [34]HUb' 2002-02-28 08:00
and a search for the HARD DRIVE "parameter"
where its actually located..
1st how to read whats already written there
2nd and the how to write a different parameter to a HD? 7:51 A.M.

2002-Jun-21, 11:38 AM
<a name="20020621.3:3"> page 20020621.3:3 aka INT13
1:list of subroutines for "origional" INT13
2: DISKETTE_IO; J1; J2; J3;
3: DISK_RESET; J4; J5; J6; J7; J8
4: DISK_STATUS; DISK_READ; DISK_VERF;
5: DISK_FORMAT; DISK_WRITE; RW_OPN; J11-22
6: NEC_OUTPUT;J23-27; GET_PARA; SEEK; J28-32
7: DMA_SETUPJ33;CHK_STAT_2J34-35; WAIT_INT J36-37
8: DISK_INT; RESULTS;J38-44;NUM_TRANSJ45
9: DISK_BASE [SEE PARAMETER BLOCK & DISK_POINTER]

and a search for the HARD DRIVE "parameter"
where its actually located..
1st how to read whats already written there
2nd and the how to write a different parameter to a HD? 7:51 A.M.
3:34 A.M. June 21, 2002 PST

DaveC
2002-Jun-21, 07:38 PM
HUb', it's a good thing you understand what you're saying, otherwise - on this thread at least - you'd have no-one to talk to. Enjoy.

2002-Jun-22, 02:35 PM
<a name="20020622.6:28"> page 20020622.6:28 aka HUB/HUb'
On 2002-06-21 15:38, DaveC wrote: To: HUb'
HUb', it's a good thing you understand what you're saying, otherwise - on this thread at least - you'd have no-one to talk to. Enjoy.
Very true: & sureoften I do not undersatnd this JUN_K
myself (sometimes) {some times I DO}
right now its the hard drive parameters
and it takes 9 lines so ill use another
message TO MYSELF later 6:30 A.M. PST
before 7 in any case

2002-Jun-22, 02:41 PM
<a name="20020622.6:34"> page 20020622.6:34 aka HARD drive PARAmeters
1:10 int 13 F_0 RESET
2:11 F_1 READ STATUS
3:12 F_2 READ SECTORS
4:13 F_3 WRITE SECTORS
5:14 F_4 VERIFY
6:15 F_5 FORMAT
7:16 F_6 RESERVED
8:17 F_7 RESERVED
9:18 F_8 READ PARAMETERS
1019 F_9 INITIALIZE PARAMETERS
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1:__d0__ clock ?: beyond comprehension
2:__d1__ clock 5: Galixy R>esesses(orbits) Universe // colide
3:__d2__ clock 4: Sun orbits center of Galixy // equinox presesses?
4:__d3__ clock 3: Planets orbits the Sun // Planets Spin on axis
5:__d4__ clock 2: electrons orbit proton // electrons spin
6:__d5__ clock 1: no words would be know about these(orbit//spin)
========= 6:37 A.M. PST
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:

GrapesOfWrath
2002-Jun-22, 04:32 PM
On 2002-06-21 15:38, DaveC wrote:
HUb', it's a good thing you understand what you're saying, otherwise - on this thread at least - you'd have no-one to talk to.

What are we, goose pâté? I want to emphasize that it is risky business thinking of electron spin in the usual large-scale sense. Otherwise, how would we interpret spin two particles?

ZaphodBeeblebrox
2002-Jun-22, 10:06 PM
On 2002-06-22 12:32, GrapesOfWrath wrote:


On 2002-06-21 15:38, DaveC wrote:
HUb', it's a good thing you understand what you're saying, otherwise - on this thread at least - you'd have no-one to talk to.

What are we, goose pâté? I want to emphasize that it is risky business thinking of electron spin in the usual large-scale sense. Otherwise, how would we interpret spin two particles?


I've always heard that Spin 1/2 Objects, are the Hardest, as they have to Spin Around Twice, before returning, to their Starting Positions; an Analogy, is a Piece of String, Strung through the Handles of a Pair of Scissors, try it, and see.

The Other Spins, are Far Easier, to Visualize:

Spin 0, example Intermediate Vector, or Weak, Bosons, no Appreciable Range: O

Spin 1, example Photons, as well as being the Particles of Light, also Carry Other Forms of Electromagnetism, Radiate in All Directions: <---->

Spin 2, example Gravitons, so far Only Hypothetical, One-Way Force Only: --->

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GrapesOfWrath
2002-Jun-22, 10:48 PM
On 2002-06-22 18:06, ZaphodBeeblebrox wrote:
I've always heard that Spin 1/2 Objects, are the Hardest, as they have to Spin Around Twice, before returning, to their Starting Positions; an Analogy, is a Piece of String, Strung through the Handles of a Pair of Scissors, try it, and see.

The Other Spins, are Far Easier, to Visualize:

I'm not sure why a gravitron is easier to visualize than a proton, but since electrons (and neutrons and protons) are spin 1/2, I guess that just makes my point.

2002-Jun-23, 03:36 PM
<a name="20020623.7:26"> page 20020623.7:26 aka Spin 6
On 2002-06-22 18:48, GrapesOfWrath wrote: To: Spin(ER)

? how would we interpret spin two particles?
I, Shirley, do not know: actually i'll say
i've become disenchanted with "PHYSISist`$"
and prefer the CHEMist lingo,
now back to INT 13 [thin`N] hmmm?
well later for this thought

2002-Jun-23, 03:37 PM
<a name="20020623.7:26"> page 20020623.7:26 aka Spin 6
On 2002-06-22 18:48, GrapesOfWrath wrote: To: Spin(ER)

? how would we interpret spin two particles?
I, Shirley, do not know: actually i'll say
i've become disenchanted with "PHYSISist`$"
and prefer the CHEMist lingo,
now back to INT 13 [thin`N] hmmm?
well later for this thought

2002-Jun-24, 02:27 PM
<a name="20020624.6:18"> page 20020624.6:18 aka 20020624.6:18
On 2002-06-22 10:41, HUb' wrote: To: Par
1:ok skipping ahead??
2:there are to proceedurs i'll mention
3:1. GET_PARM
4:" This routine fetches the indexed pointer
5:from the DISK_BASE block
6:pointed at by the data variable DISK_POINTER
7:2. NEC_OUTPUT
8:" This routine sends a byte to the NEC controller
9:after testing for correct direction & controller ready
10-------------------------------------------------------
1:.0 i've no translation of the letters NEC ?
2:=============================================
3:the cruxt of the tails that reg DX is set to 03F4
4:called STATUS PORT
5:theres an EC IN,DX to TEST direction
6:another EC IN,DX to test if ready
7:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
8:then B@F5 MOV DL,F5 {data PORT = 3F5}
9:and EE OUT DX,AL
20???????????????????????
1:so it looks to my as though INT 13
2:reads from the controller port 3F4
3:and writes to the "PORT" 3F5
4://tilt\ i'll {maybe} compare this to disk read / DISK WRITE
5:and DISK FORMAT some other day.. but currently think it's
6:not the same ! [A DIFFERENT PORT?]? _Li 26/26