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Victor Ganata
Marine layer fog. I guess it really *is* summer in So Cal.
We're fogged in too. - Todd Hoff
Victor Ganata
Why would the NSA even f- around with stealing passwords when they can just get a rubber stamped warrant?
Warrants aren't scalable. With backdoors they can monitor all the things all the time and nobody knows. - Todd Hoff
Picking off passwords one-by-one also seems non-scalable. At least with a warrant, you can force someone to install a server on their premises that grabs all the data without f-ing around with encryption at all. - Victor Ganata
don't need no warrant, but the little girls understand. - Big Joe Silence
The picking is completely automated. We've paid for many datacenters worth of machines that make this trivial for them. - Todd Hoff
I guess it's possible. But in my imagination, using PRISM instead of trying to exploit Heartbleed just seems like it would be more efficient. - Victor Ganata
Bloomberg News ‏@BloombergNews 19m BREAKING: NSA said to have exploited Heartbleed for intelligence for years - - Todd Hoff
You mean the two years when the bug was present in OpenSSL code? - Victor Ganata
That certainly puts it in a different light. What can four random guys subsisting on donations really do against the full might of the NSA? - Victor Ganata
Being aware there's an enemy attacking you a good start. - Todd Hoff
“In a typical year the OpenSSL project receives about US $2000 in donations” - Todd Hoff
The NSA wouldn't be much of a spy agency if they couldn't insert arbitrary code without anyone detecting them despite testing, would they? :D - Victor Ganata
Amit Patel
rm -rf /Pixar/Toy-Story-2 - Amit Patel
"What do you mean backups have failed for the last month?" - Amit Patel
Remember tape rotations? God I hated doing that. - Todd Hoff
Best. Story. Ever. - Laura Norvig
Victor Ganata
I think I might have a radical skeptical tendency mainly because my dad is a lot like Calvin's dad from "Calvin and Hobbes", deliberately making up shit to troll me and my siblings. So basically, everything is bullshit until proven otherwise.
How does your theory deal with recursion? - Todd Hoff
It doesn't. Radical skepticism is an untenable epistemological methodology :D - Victor Ganata
I mean, you can't know anything if you can't know anything. - Victor Ganata
What difference does it make? - Todd Hoff
Everything is a lie :) - Victor Ganata
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Shtetl-Optimized » Blog Archive » Is There Anything Beyond Quantum Computing? -
I'm going with running caluculations in parallel and in other parts of the multiverse. And creating a universe with physical laws that are faster than quantum calculations in or world. Plus QM is only useful for solving certain kinds of problems. - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
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Hive minds: Time to drop the fiction of individuality - opinion - 08 April 2014 - New Scientist -
Hive minds: Time to drop the fiction of individuality - opinion - 08 April 2014 - New Scientist
"To develop this new science, my students and I have been studying living laboratories. By distributing smartphones with special software to all the residents of several small communities, we could track their social interactions with their peers – both friends and acquaintances – and at the same time ask questions about their health, politics and spending behaviour. For instance, when we looked at weight gain, we found that people picked up new habits from exposure to the habits of peers, and not just through interactions with friends. This means that when everyone else in the office takes a doughnut, you probably will too. In fact, this type of exposure turned out to be more important than all the other factors combined, highlighting the overarching importance of automatic social learning in shaping our lives. We found that this same pattern held true for voting and consumer consumption. The largest single factor driving adoption of new behaviours was the behaviour of peers. Put... more... - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
"In light of this, perhaps we should ask how important individual choices are compared with shared habits. Here again the power of sharing ideas, as opposed to individual thinking, is clear. When we study decision-making in small groups, we find that the pattern of communication – who talked to whom and how much they talked – is far more important than the characteristics of the... more... - Todd Hoff
Hegel would love this - "Instead of individual rationality, our society appears to be governed by a collective intelligence that comes from the surrounding flow of ideas and examples; we learn from others in our environment, and they learn from us. A community with members who actively engage with each other creates a group with shared, integrated habits and beliefs. What social physics... more... - Todd Hoff
"Our culture and the habits of our society are social contracts, and both depend primarily upon social learning. As a result, most of our public beliefs and habits are learned by observing the attitudes, actions and outcomes of peers, rather than by logic or argument. Learning and reinforcing this social contract is what enables a group of people to coordinate their actions effectively." - Todd Hoff
"It is time that we dropped the fiction of individuals as the unit of rationality, and recognised that our rationality is largely determined by the surrounding social fabric. Instead of being actors in markets, we are collaborators in determining the public good. Indeed, our research has demonstrated that people are much more influenced by their social networks than by individual... more... - Todd Hoff
"This power of the social fabric on individual decision-making is, in fact, the real reason that privacy is so important. As Stanley Milgram's work on social conformity demonstrated many years ago, the power of social influence can lead people to both good and terrible behaviours, and can transform our behaviour to an extent that is scarcely believable. Without privacy, the power of... more... - Todd Hoff
Good book so far. There's a similarity between pruning trees to sculpt light to get the best fruit and shaping social networks to make the best decisions. It's disturbing though to think of what passes for decision making is just copying others. - Todd Hoff
I was going to suggest Christakis, but I expect you've already read "Connected"... also a great book. :) - Ken Morley
I hadn't read it Ken, thanks. - Todd Hoff
Does the herding effects of oxytocin work over computer networks? - Todd Hoff
I'm doing it now. :) - Ken Morley
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Amoeba Eats Cells Alive | The Scientist Magazine® -
Amoeba Eats Cells Alive | The Scientist Magazine®
"For decades, scientists assumed that the intestinal parasite Entamoeba histolytica killed human tissues with toxic molecules before ingesting them. They were wrong; it’s actually the other way around, according to a study published in Nature today (April 9). Katherine Ralston, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Virginia, has shown that E. histolytica—a single-celled amoeba—tears chunks from host cells and eats them. These attacks eventually kill the cell, at which point the parasite moves on. E. histolytica is the only parasite known to attack tissues in this way—a process known as trogocytosis, after “trogo,” the Greek word for “nibble.”" - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
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Nice! - Drones that can land on power lines to recharge themselves -
Nice! - Drones that can land on power lines to recharge themselves
"'Recent advances in xed-wing perching have made it possible to consider a new solution to this problem - landing on a powerline to recharge.' The system works using the power line's magnetic field. Four metres away from it, sensors in the plane's nose sense it, and allow the plane to fly itself so it lands perfectly on the wire, exactly like a bird." - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
awesome - Shevonne
I hope Google's autonomous flying cars will be able to do this. - Ken Morley
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Is This A Crazy Guy Just Walking Miles In The Snow Or A Creative Genius? -
Is This A Crazy Guy Just Walking Miles In The Snow Or A Creative Genius?
"Beginning today, you will not be able to forget Simon Beck, even if you’re just meeting him for the first time. His wintry works of art will work their way right inside your heart. I can’t think of any artist well known as Simon when it comes to creating exceptionally fine and meticulous pieces of art in the snow." - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
If you had no other heat source at home and were apocalypse-desperate, what would you burn first?
Well, if I could get a surgeon to play along, I'd get all the unnecessary fat flayed off me and burn that first... - Spidra Webster
Alcohol. - Not Me
My neighbours stuff - Johnny
^win^ - chaz2b
(and i was just thinking my neighbors wood pile, :( ) - chaz2b
To make it easier. "My neighbors, then the neighbors stuff." - Not Me
Furniture. - Jenny H. from Android
The roof of our garage and our deck. - LB: Ratchet Bear from Android
trash - Lnorigb
We have plenty of timber to burn, so no worries there. We would just do like we have always done, thanks to our trusty woodburning stove. It has a catalytic combuster (which does essentially what a catalytic converter does) recycling the smoke to use as fuel. This stove will outlive us. >>> - ᏓᏰ #team Monique
I would collect all the shit I read on the internet and create methane for fuel. That should be enough to last many life times. - Todd Hoff
Our neighbor has a dog that deeply believes our backyard is her toilet. She times it very accurately with our weekends' breakfast time and she makes sure that the location is in a perfect spot that nobody on the breakfast table misses watching her pooping performance. What was the question again? - ؛ patrick
All that dead stuff behind the fence, that was left there by whoever cut the trees back there. There is tons of it. - April Russo
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Amit Patel
Went to Uvas Canyon on Sunday, with daughter and her boyfriend
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It is great to see water in the streams. - Todd Hoff
So is the 'One day only' general public availability of Google Glass to protect the exclusivity people feel about being Glassholes?
Maybe? It also means you've got a predictable window of massive user influx - new sign-ins, activity, press, and then if there are any previously unseen beta-program glitches, a still relatively small group to deal with. - Jennifer Dittrich
At $1,500 a pop for beta hardware, is mass user influx really an issue? - Johnny
Honestly, no idea. I wouldn't have said it would be with iPhones on the first round, and it was. I'm thinking less network strain, and more the inevitable creaking you get when a bunch of people outside the bubble start using a technology in ways that use cases either didn't predict, or focusing on ones that were thought to be pretty fringe based on initial, very limited releases. - Jennifer Dittrich
Sounds like inventory reduction. - Todd Hoff
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How to add a brain to your smart phone « Pete Warden's blog -
"That’s why I’ve decided to release DeepBeliefSDK, an iOS version of the deep learning approach that has taken the computer vision world by storm. In technical terms it’s a framework that implements the full Krizhevsky stack of 60 million neural network connections, with a customizable top layer inspired by the Decaf approach. It does all this in under 300ms on an iPhone 5S, and in less than 20MB of memory. Here’s a video of me of me using the sample app to detect our cat!" - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Victor Ganata
The Internet is dark and full of terrors.
and cats - MoTO Moca Blend
a lot of cats - Pea Bukowski
This is why I burn bits. - Todd Hoff
I think I got eaten by a grue. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
The Internet is bright and full of hopes. - Jean-Marc Liotier
Fair enough. You can't have shadows without light, nor terror without something to lose. - Victor Ganata
The internet is full of people. - Pete
Also, obligatory Creation of Ea reference :) - Pete
The Internet is Soylent Green :) - Victor Ganata
I've heard that it's a series of tubes. - Steven Perez
it's a mystery wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a seven layer network model - Pete
Victor Ganata
Will Climate Change Mean Terrible Food? - Pacific Standard
So even if plants will thrive in a high CO2 environment, it turns out that a high CO2 atmosphere will have a negative impact on nitrate-dependent plants' ability to assimilate nitrate. - Victor Ganata
Probably just speculation or conspiracy theory! </denialist> - Andrew C (✔)
Increased difficulty assimilating nitrate —> decreased protein production —> downregulation of enzymes that facilitate photosynthesis - Victor Ganata
Nitrate assimilation is inhibited by elevated CO2 in field-grown wheat - Nature Climate Change - 2014 Apr 6 - Victor Ganata
I'm sure GMOs can fix that. - Todd Hoff
"Total protein and nitrogen concentrations in plants generally decline under elevated CO2 atmospheres. Explanations for this decline include that plants under elevated CO2 grow larger, diluting the protein within their tissues; that carbohydrates accumulate within leaves, downregulating the amount of the most prevalent protein Rubisco; that carbon enrichment of the rhizosphere leads to... more... - Victor Ganata
That assumes that you'll be able to find food that doesn't begin with the word "Soylent". - Steven Perez
Sorry, Monsanto has that trademarked. - Todd Hoff
Yeah, I'm sure Monsanto will give away its drought-tolerant, nitrate-assimilation-enhanced GMO seeds for free for the continued survival of humanity and not try to make massive profits while people starve to death, amirite? - Victor Ganata
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Taking America Back. Waaay back. (via ofools)
Hey, if you don't want that kid to be poor then should buy him and put him to work. - Todd Hoff
"Make a decision, even if it’s wrong." - Jarvis Klem
"Make a decision, even if it’s wrong." - Jarvis Klem
Finally, something I can do. - Todd Hoff
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Open Source is a process for overcoming the traditional weakness of the commons. Clearly did not work for OpenSsl. The shallow bug conjecture is more of a statistical notion, not something to bet your security on.
I think it depends on your perspective, though. If OpenSSL *wasn't* open source, we probably wouldn't know about this vulnerability until a massive exploit was actually deployed that screwed millions and millions of people the world over. - Victor Ganata
Um, how do you know one hasn't been deployed? - Todd Hoff
"It is surprising that a project that is quite mission critical is completely at the bottom of the scale when it comes to how much the development process is oriented toward reliability. There are no systematic unit tests, no systematic documentation, the best you get is a bunch of disorganized integration tests, so it is not even at the level you would expect for a decently maintained business project" - Todd Hoff
Fair enough, maybe something has already been deployed, but no one has reported losing billions of dollars to OpenSSL exploits yet. - Victor Ganata
OpenSSL 1.0.1 (which I think is the first release that has this vulnerability) was released in March 2012, so I imagine two years is probably enough time for someone to have crafted an exploit that would've wreaked massive havoc by now. - Victor Ganata
And they will never admit to anything like that. Keep in mind these libraries are used in gazillions of routers, firewalls, proxies, and other appliances. Updating those is non-trivial. - Todd Hoff
Certain bugs are more likely to be found if you have a large number of users doing diverse things with your software. Security vulnerabilities have never worked like that. It's not statistics, it's the nature of this bug. - Bruce Lewis
The notion is that with so many eyes on code that bugs will be more quickly found and fixed, it's not just a use argument. - Todd Hoff
Yeah, but if the argument is that closed source software is inherently safer, the millions of pwned zombie Windows machines that are part of malicious botnets seems to contradict that conclusion. Nobody's development process is perfect. - Victor Ganata
I don't recall making that argument. - Todd Hoff
Not saying you did, but closed source is the only alternative to open source. - Victor Ganata
Bugs happen. All you can do it mitigate the risk. It still seems that open source is less risky than closed source, even given all its flaws. - Victor Ganata
Heartbleed does put the Apple SSL goto fail bug in perspective, though :D - Victor Ganata
Bugs don't just happen. People write them. Processes help prevent them. When they aren't prevented you look to your people and to your process. That's what good groups do. Every bug is tracked back to see how it could have been prevented and the process is changed to make sure that happens. What is clear is that relying on the shallow conjecture doesn't work on core critical... more... - Todd Hoff
Sure, the "many eyes" idea vastly overestimates the number of people who will actually bother combing through the source code, and sure, you can implement processes that minimize the risk of people introducing devastating bugs, but it's always a cost vs. benefit argument. And people are gonna f- up. I guess the question is, ultimately, who pays? - Victor Ganata
Todd, you're right that the shallow bug conjecture is not just a use argument. If it were just a use argument it would be more accurate. If I were Linus Torvald's I'd be really annoyed that ESR named his inaccurate conjecture after me - - Bruce Lewis
Interesting: BTW, all these issues are trappable by tests. - Todd Hoff
It does make me wonder how everyone came to rely on something that seems to have been written in such a slipshod fashion. Who's more irresponsible, the OpenSSL developers, or the people who put together the distros that include it? - Victor Ganata
"was added to the open-source OpenSSL protocol on New Year's Eve 2011" - Todd Hoff
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Obesity Linked to Genetics: People With Higher Number Of ‘Carb Breakdown’ Genes Less Likely To Be Overweight -
Obesity Linked to Genetics: People With Higher Number Of ‘Carb Breakdown’ Genes Less Likely To Be Overweight
"Unfortunately, overeating carbs often leads to obesity… but not for everyone. Now, a new study conducted at King's College London and Imperial College London suggests a "carb breakdown" gene exists, and it may help to explain all these differences. In fact, people with fewer copies of this gene, which instructs the body to make a carb-digesting enzyme, are less effective in digesting certain foods and so they are at higher risk of obesity. Amlyase is an enzyme that breaks carbohydrates down to sugar, which is converted to energy used by the body. The amylase that resides in the mouth, salivary amlyase, begins the process of carbohydrate digestion, while pancreatic amylase continues that process in the small intestine. Two amylase genes exist, AMY1 and AMY2, coding for salivary and pancreatic amylase, respectively." - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
<Shouts to the world> SEE! I TOLD YA! <Grabs another mocha fudge brownie> #VictimofMyGenes - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Unfortunately I overeat "everything". I only eat one meal a day... all day long. - MoTO Moca Blend
Supplements are on the way? - April Russo
Perhaps probiotics? - Todd Hoff
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Inducing Peer Pressure to Promote Cooperation : Scientific Reports : Nature Publishing Group -
". For instance, in one experiment aimed at promoting more healthy behaviour we compared the strategy of giving participants cash when they improved their behaviour to the strategy of giving cash to the participants' buddies. We found giving buddies the reward was more than four times as effective as giving rewards directly to the participants. Similar social network incentives have yielded even more dramatic results when used to encourage energy savings and voting" - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Interesting look at the rational maximizing actor. - Todd Hoff
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Universal computing by DNA origami robots in a living animal : Nature Nanotechnology : Nature Publishing Group -
Universal computing by DNA origami robots in a living animal : Nature Nanotechnology : Nature Publishing Group
"Biological systems are collections of discrete molecular objects that move around and collide with each other. Cells carry out elaborate processes by precisely controlling these collisions, but developing artificial machines that can interface with and control such interactions remains a significant challenge. DNA is a natural substrate for computing and has been used to implement a diverse set of mathematical problems1, 2, 3, logic circuits4, 5, 6 and robotics7, 8, 9. The molecule also interfaces naturally with living systems, and different forms of DNA-based biocomputing have already been demonstrated10, 11, 12, 13. Here, we show that DNA origami14, 15, 16 can be used to fabricate nanoscale robots that are capable of dynamically interacting with each other17, 18 in a living animal. The interactions generate logical outputs, which are relayed to switch molecular payloads on or off. As a proof of principle, we use the system to create architectures that emulate various logic gates... more... - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Victor Ganata
I'm having pain in my left mid back that would fit the anatomical location for a kidney stone, but I don't think it's as painful as I've heard a kidney stone is supposed to be. Like, I'm not screaming or writhing in pain. But it's painful enough that I can't go to sleep. Also, the NSAIDs do nothing. I'm not really sure what to do.
24/7 med advice line for 2nd opinion? I was told by my ob/gyn grandpa that kidney stones were one of the "3 great pains of life", up there with gallstones and childbirth. - Spidra Webster
Drink tons of water. - Anne Bouey
Is it less painful to walk around than to sit still? - Anne Bouey
What Anne said. (And cranberry juice if you have some.) - Jenny H. from Android
Heat? - Melly
Whatever it was, it seems to have gone away. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
Nope, I was wrong, it's still there. It's just a lot better when I'm lying down than when I'm moving around. So probably not a stone. Maybe a strained muscle. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
So, a Dr is turning to friends on the internet to help diagnose a random pain? Nice to know. - DJF
Dr's are the worst patients, aren't they? - Melly
The problem is that my sense of pain is all screwed up. If it's not totally incapacitating, it can't be that serious, right? :D - Victor Ganata
The problem is that doesn't seem to matter, at least for constant pain. It's dehabilitating even if it is silly. I'd like a way to turn of pain selectively. - Todd Hoff
My stones weren't always painful, but quite annoying that NOTHING could ease the discomfort caused. Heat helped relax the muscles around it (I used a heated seat in the car) but it did nothing for the actual pain. - Neal Krummell
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Myths Illuminated In Shadow Boxes Make Believers Of Us All -
Myths Illuminated In Shadow Boxes Make Believers Of Us All
Myths Illuminated In Shadow Boxes Make Believers Of Us All
"Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panicker, collectively known as Hari & Deepti, are an artist couple who create stunning storybook scenes with light and shadow. Check out this collection of their most stunning work!" - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Sean McBride
Friendfeed: Future of Smart News
Discussion about Zite, Flipboard, Prismatic and other personalized smart news aggregators. - Sean McBride
The new Prismatic format has made it much less useful for me. - Todd Hoff
How? - Sean McBride
One line per topic means I can't scan as much information as before in the same time. - Todd Hoff
You are viewing it on the Web? - Sean McBride
So you've heard of it? - Todd Hoff
One of my complaints is that I would like to be able to quickly scan titles only, without the summary text (or possibly without graphics as well). - Sean McBride
It looks pretty much like everything else now. The text is wasted space and increases latency. - Todd Hoff
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Elisabeth Rosenthal's dazzling series on healthcare costs at The New York Times. | Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT -
Elisabeth Rosenthal's dazzling series on healthcare costs at The New York Times. | Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT
"“It looks like a beeper,” the woman told Rosenthal. “It’s made of plastic and runs on triple-A batteries, but it’s the most expensive thing I own, aside from my house.” A new model, Rosenthal reported, can cost tens of thousands of dollars. And the pump and related supplies will cost the woman $5,000 this year, even with good health insurance. That includes insulin that once "cost a few dollars" and "now often sells for more than $200 a vial, meaning some patients must pay more than $4,000 a year," Rosenthal wrote. Part of the reason is that each pump comes with related items that are specific to a particular model. Purchasing a new pump means throwing out other supplies and gadgets and buying a whole new array of equipment." - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Amit Patel
Am I the only one not watching Game of Thrones?
Yes - Todd Hoff
Todd is wrong. i don't watch it either. - Big Joe Silence
It's like a contact high. - Todd Hoff
I've DVR'ed all the episodes, but still haven't watched them. - Nils Sandin
I don't either. I think the last TV series I've watched was Scrubs and Better Off Ted and both those ended in 2010. - ronin
Nope. - Sean McBride
I'm watching it as the DVD sets come out. So, yes and no. - Betsy
Never watched it. - Tamara J. B.
I am watching Bates Motel -- because Vera Farmiga is a pip. - Sean McBride
We haven't watched either. I bought the first book in the series last year, but didn't get very far with it. - Greg GuitarBuster
ha! I thought I was alone on my "not watching" island. - t-ra: lose,find,repeat
It. Is. So. Good. - Brian Fitzpatrick
I do not watch this series. - Janet from FFHound!
I haven't watched it yet. OTOH, I finally got around to watching a few seasons of The Wire. If watching Game of Thrones still seems like a good idea in 10 years, I guess I'll watch it. - Larry Hosken
Nope. - Louis Gray
Nope. Only saw the first episode or two that were shown on broadcast tv. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ from Android
Kentucky blue it. (Get it?)
U conning me? - Todd Hoff
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If Jesus Never Called Himself God, How Did He Become One? : NPR -
If Jesus Never Called Himself God, How Did He Become One? : NPR
"You do find Jesus calling himself God in the Gospel of John, or the last Gospel. Jesus says things like, "Before Abraham was, I am." And, "I and the Father are one," and, "If you've seen me, you've seen the Father." These are all statements you find only in the Gospel of John, and that's striking because we have earlier gospels and we have the writings of Paul, and in none of them is there any indication that Jesus said such things. ... I think it's completely implausible that Matthew, Mark and Luke would not mention that Jesus called himself God if that's what he was declaring about himself. That would be a rather important point to make. This is not an unusual view amongst scholars; it's simply the view that the Gospel of John is providing a theological understanding of Jesus that is not what was historically accurate." - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Bart Ehrman is the best - Todd Hoff
Almost all of the truly American faith's with the exception of Seventh Day Adventist's, I think?, reject the Trinity doctrine. - Eric Logan
Caesar's Messiah which I still have not finished in its entirety has a fascinating take on this topic also. - Eric Logan
What qualifies as a truly American faith? o_O It's my understanding that the largest Christian sects in the U.S. are all trinitarian. - Victor Ganata
I believe in eggs. - Todd Hoff
Matthew definitely mentions the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, but, yeah, the concept of the Trinity isn't really explicated concretely until several centuries after when Christ was supposed to have lived. - Victor Ganata
He covers all this stuff with some authority. - Todd Hoff
I play all my video games under the character name God so that my opponents don't feel so bad when I smite them. Does this make me an actual God since I call myself God? I think so. - Steve C
Most Christian denominations accept it. Curiously most "American" faiths started in America after the formation of the country don't. Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Christian Scientists etc. - Eric Logan
Even the SDA apparently- "Adventism teaches a different "Trinity" doctrine than the historical, orthodox Christian doctrine of the Trinity, as defined by the Christian Church throughout Christian history in its creeds and confessions." - Eric Logan
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Sacred Geometry, Rocket Science, Fractals, UfO's And Architecture In A 3D Model Gifts By Tom Houha | -
Sacred Geometry, Rocket Science, Fractals, UfO's And Architecture In A 3D Model Gifts By Tom Houha |
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"Tom Houha is an Architect working in the Portland & Seattle area designing commercial and residential buildings. He also has a passion for designing 3D models and home decor that will adorn your space with a touch of art, science, and mathematics. He design and create unique Geometric and Architectural Model Kits:" - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
If there is Sacred Geometry, then there must be Blasphemous Geometries ! - Jean-Marc Liotier
The source of dark magik? - Todd Hoff
[Pinterest: The Occult & Sacred Geometry] - Sean McBride
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