Art, science or religion and other matters pertaining to information are not entities that ought to be personified. Have you ever tried personifying a language? Have you ever used a sentence like, “English tells us that verbing words weirds language”? Never the less I have heard the expressions, “science tells us that…” or “<insert religion name> tells us that…” […]
dear gentle reader, you see, when we are convicted by our convictions we might feel a sense of solace and grounding afforded by the boundaries that we build using those convictions. the kinds of boundaries which weren’t available in the storm of conceptualizations. but! one could always be within the eye of a storm and […]
This essay focuses on, “Why do we even bother to communicate?” It also talks about the use of “language” as a mode of communication and few of language’s sociological implications. In my opinion what really sets us apart from all other animals as human beings is our ability to communicate incredibly extravagant and elaborate thoughts as well as our […]
In this python exercise we convert a color image to grayscale and then apply threshold filter to it. The threshold filter converts the grayscale image to a binary image. We also save the final image to the working folder. Note that a function called “shape” is used from the numpy library. The shape function gives the […]
In this python exercise we do a very basic chore, retrive an image from a folder and display it in a window.
Palestinians and Israelis have an existential battle with each other and they relentlessly launch armaments against all things within their vicinity especially polluting the land and air with their gears of war. One might actually count the pollution generated by them due to their war as a much lesser concern compared to all the lives lost or […]
Though I don’t agree fully with a bunch of the ideas proposed in the article I do agree whole heartedly and condone a number of them: Happy readings: 21 Ways Rich People Think Differently Than Average People | The Roosevelts.
In this paper I will prove nothing less and nothing more than the following statement: rationalizing about rationality only stops when one gets tired or bored of it or when something in our environment joggs us out of the recursive chore of rationalizing about, rationalizations about, rationalizations about, …. Part I Now, before I go […]
This is a commentary on whether the two linguistic tags – cognition and perception – allude to the same concept or not. Originally written on 10th October 2012. Dear gentle reader, find for yourself that which is “not information” or that which is “not sign” or that which is “not signal”. Once you have done so, […]