put a pile of brightly colored rocks at each intersection, but to not be afraid to cross over a brightly colored rock section if necessary

Effective path navigation is definitely one of those ongoing issues. I suggest Wolfram follow the left hand side of the cave and put a pile of brightly colored rocks at each intersection, but to not be afraid to cross over a brightly colored rock section if necessary. Might be more traveling but it’ll stop making so many sharp turns and getting dizzy.

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I like Wolfram’s algorithms. They’re a nice sewing machine patterns. Reminds me of game-of-life stuff from the 80s but he ran with it and has done some amazing things. I’ll take algorithms over pure mathematics anyday to be honest. I know they’re compatible but there’s something about loops and if/then/case and global variables that you don’t lose over elegant formulas that are tiny, but my coding is always spaghetti.

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Just like that. Degrees of Separation:

Mark Cidade –> Kenneth Udut –> Power House Contacts (contains multiple paths to Brad Pitt). –> ? –> Brad Pitt.

Solve for ?

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I see all energy as basically material. Some of it is a bit wonky but still material. Like you and me are physically connected as we communicate, ultimately pushing and pulling each others internal metaphors to and fro via the long chains of chemical connections, photons, electrons, internet, our computers, etc etc.

So, contact? Sure. But I have a weird view of reality.

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Ah but they don’t contact though, damned that Pauli Exclusion Principle. Photons contact but they they seem to lose their identities.

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