quant∞mputer

fractalcore
 pi  1 
n'pple  2 
ex'  3 
press:  4 
.  5 
..  6 
oh,  7 
nice.  8 
speedster  9 
apple.  10 
but,  11 
be careful  12 
with  13 
apples.  14 
you know  15 
where  16 
they may  17 
lead you  18 
under  19 
serpentine  20 
circumstances,  21 
hehehe...  22 
 
enjoy  23 
the view  24 
from  25 
on top  26 
of the  27 
pines,  28 
though.  29 
 
 
I N V U ,  30 
 
intrepid nerds'  31 
vapid uncertainties...  32 
 
 
the good thing about apples  33 
is that they're virusfree, but  34 
that doesn't mean they're not  35 
a sinful luxury:  36 
 
another boattle down...  37 
whoa! seæ what æye  38 
mean?  39 
 
 
'N'O, U T'L 'M'E.  40 
 
neutrons often, uncharged,  41 
trick leptons' muonmental  42 
electronica.  43 
 
 
[HA]^3, HoAxHoAxHoAx!  44 
 
hahaha! oxoxox  45 
 
 
Intimate Investigations Into the Unknown = I>3U? = I^3U = I♥U!  46 
 
 
∴ qb = quantumbrane with a random twistor  47 

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aka 'quantoomputer'
from http://poetrycritical.net/~quantumbrane
to his spacelifetime counterpART:.
in passing, we remember
we'll pass dis way s'more;
we forget the past, d'clue:
welp, time's wello'erdue 
♥∞ .. ...  ... . .  ..
we're stacked up turtles
reaching for the doves;
each other's wish, spittle,
we should, must have.
...ad hoc nerdgeek maybees,
24/7 souled, ad infinitOm...
http://tinyurl.com/smallwhirled
A PARADOX [CAN] SOLVE[S] ITSELF BY BEING ITS SELF 'ALONE'...
[may some doG quote me on that, hahaha.]
WARNING: everything [in here] is subject to change without prior notice or consent.
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written [0/.../3.25/3.5/4/] 5/7/11 [/17/25/41/.../∞]
@ http://poetrycritical.net/read/70127/
in no particular order of importance except for
reasons of gender and the alphabet,
my special thanks go out to:
Jennifer, Jovelean,
Carl, John Mark Zamir, Junn, & Nate.
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fractalcore
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'NO, NOAH, I SAID QUBITS'
http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/4113/quantumcomputerjokebutt.jpg
dear great Unknown, it's imperative that you hire a quantum doG to rescue schrodinger's cat from the quantoomputer box, lest your cheesiness be devoured by  what else  the quainttwoomouses.
http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/7321/quantumcomputercatboxar.jpg
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for what it's worth:
...a theistic view has to be creationist across the board. and, the employment of an a priori [uncaused cause] is a necessity in that particular respect, albeit a logical fallacy or a deliberate assumption that 'god' is true. now, an a priori can never be disproved by default, simply because it is a rigid origin with no prior logic to support/dispute it. but, here's the thing: an a priori is a human construct and valid as it is, which is an [deliberate] assumption that it's true. ergo, one can only nitpick on its physical/actual implications after 'assuming' that it is true, and then possibly come up with generalizations that it indeed is not true based on a pure assumption, which, in turn, makes any such generalizations an assumption by extension.
even in the fields of math and physics, an arbitrary origin, as opposed to a rigid origin, is a necessity. the only seeming rigid origin in physics, by far, is TBBT of heinekenstein, although he did not and cannot ever claim it is the absolute origin of an otherwise multiversal paradigm which is the cosmos. however, even before his death, while working on his supposed theory of everything, his elegant mathematics itself told him anything or everything is possible in the cosmos  that is to say, the cosmos shows its true nature as it unfolds every single moment in the form of the [eternal] NOW, considering all logical pasts and futures  that is to say, there is no single design or pattern or template which the cosmos is based on, and neither is there an absolute cause or purpose for life/existence/nature but life/existence/nature itself. [yeah, it's a selfserving purpose and a vicious cycle, i know, hehe. not to mention, it is a huge paradox, too.]
the cosmos is a set of infinities, AKA an indeterministic whole, with deterministic subsets like closed loops or eternal cycles. let me demonstrate that by using a 2dimensional object like a circle:
a circle is a 2dimensional [curved] curve in the top view. when viewed sideways, it is a line, which is a straight curve, which is 1dimensional. along the perimeter of the circle, any point is and can be both the arbitrary and rigid origin simultaneously  that is to say, we can pick any specific, rigid point to conveniently describe, say, a negative [clockwise] or positive [counterclockwise] angle. in defining an 'arc'  and, therefore, a finite anglesize  along the circumference, we pick 2 distinct points. in this case, an arc is a line segment when viewed sideways.
now, a line, which is a straight curve, or a 'circle'  yes, folks, a line is a circle  is said to be made up of an infinite number of points extending to both sides [infinitely]. a line, in that sense, is something which folds/curves upon itself infinitely like a closed, eternal loop. the 'infinity' in the number of points comprising a line is due to the interchangeability of those points in the sense that they are but one point located in all places along the circumference simultaneously; plus, any circle can be of any size. also, a line, or circle, is a special kind of fractal by virtue of that infinite iteration and redonedancy, er redundancy. but, it's important to note that a line can never be equal to any polygon viewed sideways, although a line or circle can be a subset of any polygon, for that matter. but, polygons are made by circles intersecting, and the curving tendency or redundancy or pattern or behavior of a circle runs at the rate of  voila  π [i.e. pi].
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loved this execllent mad ride through your thoughts :)
line 44 made me lol — jharrison
thought it was you fract .. nice to see you again too ! — jharrison
id put a silent "b" in the title after "m"
thank you. my name is Umkooltomb. an d i sing for you. — unknown
Geek whimsyI love it! 722 was my favorite part. — sybarite
aum,
eternal thanks,
everone.
with all the love
in the multiverse,
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wonderful and unique. melikes a lot. — JKWeb
thank you, JKWebster sir.
: ) — fractalcore
Cool shapes. I have a feeling this type of imagery/form is the future of poetry due to our electronic growth. — Known
thanks, Known.
borgs writing poetry isn't so impossible
an event in the future, but it's quite
unlikely for me to give up my present
configuration despite the charming
prospect of quantum computing and
such other advancements in technology.
but, who Knows, this mind is also very
impressionable at times, hehe.
; ) — fractalcore
If this is the future of poetry so be it.
There's too much out there on the internet to waste time reading crap like this. — unknown
i would take out the "hehe". makes it sound stupider. — unknown
the whirl'd where you're dispossessed by hope and a tragic sensibility is lost on you, you walkabout half remembered pathways that skirt you know not what in wherewithal ways and gaze partways inside withoutta' doubt about it, while the past cannot compel these winds blowing dust and ashes in your mind, whiteout and snowblind, and where the future you cannot find as the everpresent unwinds, drifts and settles like the sands of time...
a movable type fracalisciousness, cascading words sublime — AlchemiA
Try q.o.d
Quantum God
Qod — unknown
I may be outnumbered but this has no emotional impact for me whatsoever. — unknown
last unk,
you're right: it's almost devoid of emotions in
it despite its myriad qualities. if anything, it
maintains a sound level of selfamusement
first of all, then extroverted amusement next.
this wasn't triggered by an emotional paradigm
shift, so rest assured that you are still a very
functional, normal thinking and feeling person.
thanks for dropping
bye.
: ) — fractalcore
all other unks,
you invariably diminish your opinion to
quantum levels of subtleness by wearing
the unkee veil, but i understand your point...
and your anonymity, of course.
however, it's imperative that you hire a
quantum doG to rescue schrodinger's cat
from the quantoomputer box, lest your
cheesiness be devoured by  what else 
the quainttwoomouses.
:p — fractalcore
thanks, AlchemiA.
interesting how the footnote which i extracted from
the body of an old poem got your attention. how do
you like the morse code in one particular line there?
: ) — fractalcore
An apple a day would cost $4,660,00. The doctor will keep away, but your friends won't. :) — starr
hahaha, 'sharing is loving' is what they say, starr.
thanks.
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some minor changes here and there...
; ) — fractalcore
you're great! tops
everybody loves that — unknown
thanks, great Unknown.
for what it's worth:
again, a theistic view has to be creationist across the board. and, the employment of an a priori [uncaused cause] is a necessity in that particular respect, albeit a logical fallacy or a deliberate assumption that 'god' is true. now, an a priori can never be disproved by default, simply because it is a rigid origin with no prior logic to support/dispute it. but, here's the thing: an a priori is a human construct and valid as it is, which is an [deliberate] assumption that it's true. ergo, one can only nitpick on its physical/actual implications after 'assuming' that it is true, and then possibly come up with generalizations that it indeed is not true based on a pure assumption, which, in turn, makes any such generalizations an assumption by extension.
even in the fields of math and physics, an arbitrary origin, as opposed to a rigid origin, is a necessity. the only seeming rigid origin in physics, by far, is TBBT of heinekenstein, although he did not and cannot ever claim it is the absolute origin of an otherwise multiversal paradigm which is the cosmos. however, even before his death, while working on his supposed theory of everything, his elegant mathematics itself told him anything or everything is possible in the cosmos  that is to say, the cosmos shows its true nature as it unfolds every single moment in the form of the [eternal] NOW, considering all logical pasts and futures  that is to say, there is no single design or pattern or template which the cosmos is based on, and neither is there an absolute cause or purpose for life/existence/nature but life/existence/nature itself. [yeah, it's a selfserving purpose and a vicious cycle, i know, hehe. not to mention, it is a huge paradox, too.]
the cosmos is a set of infinities, AKA an indeterministic whole, with deterministic subsets like closed loops or eternal cycles. let me demonstrate that by using a 2dimensional object like a circle:
a circle is a 2dimensional [curved] curve in the top view. when viewed sideways, it is a line, which is a straight curve, which is 1dimensional. along the perimeter of the circle, any point is and can be both the arbitrary and rigid origin simultaneously  that is to say, we can pick any specific, rigid point to conveniently describe, say, a negative [clockwise] or positive [counterclockwise] angle. in defining an 'arc'  and, therefore, a finite anglesize  along the circumference, we pick 2 distinct points. in this case, an arc is a line segment when viewed sideways.
now, a line, which is a straight curve, or a 'circle'  yes, folks, a line is a circle  is said to be made up of an infinite number of points extending to both sides [infinitely]. i line, in that sense, is something which folds/curves upon itself infinitely like a closed, eternal loop. the 'infinity' in the number of points comprising a line is due to the interchangeability of those points in the sense that they are but one point located in all places along the circumference simultaneously; plus, any circle can be of any size. also, a line, or circle, is a special kind of fractal by virtue of that infinite iteration and redonedancy, er redundancy. but, it's important to note that a line can never be equal to any polygon viewed sideways, although a line or circle can be a subset of any polygon, for that matter. but, polygons are made by circles intersecting.
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gosh! too looooooooooooooooooong. had to make reading photgraphic — unknown
lost the o amongst a series of o's — unknown
just bridge the gap in the following
link, please:
http://tinyurl.com/small whirled
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a* line, in that sense, is something which folds/curves upon itself infinitely...
...and the curving tendency or redundancy or pattern or behavior of a circle runs at the rate of  voila  π [i.e. pi].
: ) — fractalcore
Apples!!
Hiho Fract, I'm (un)swelling nicely and love's grand; I've got one good legup on life this time. Thanks for popping up the other day with salutations, mrs.Robinson would approve :)
Hope you're well, kimchi — unknown
You totally subverted my expectations. It made my day.
Hope you're well. — listen


