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Tales from the Near Chaos Boundary
Somebody around here must know enough about Complexity Theory to be able to tell me what a load of rubbish my article is.Beeline, Peta, Bruce, Jonny, Fish, C and Spartus are old friends from the DNA forums who are about to appear in my Referenced Researchers list.
"When in Rome, do as the Romans." Well, that's what they say but, when you've done what the Romans were doing, what do you say to the Police in your defense? Merkin's Handy Latin Phrases might help in just such a situation.Catapultam habeo. Nisi pecuniam omnem mihi dabis, ad caput tuum saxum immane mittam, er... Officer Very cool thing:The Hitchhiker's Guide to Evolutionary Computation.
From the famous Arecibo Observatory, which houses the world's largest single dish radio telescope, scientists are listening out for transmissions from space. Participate in this project for the search for extraterristrial life with other h2g2 Researchers on The SETI@home Project. If you do take part, there is a small but captivating possibility that your computer will be the one to first detect a message transmitted from an alien civilization. Wow.
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