I knew it! https://www.quora.com/What-is-this-new-Toshiba-algorithm-called-Simulated-Bifurcation-Algorithm-that-speeds-up-combinatorics-10-times-Is-there-any-resource-that-describes-it

I knew it!
https://www.quora.com/What-is-this-new-Toshiba-algorithm-called-Simulated-Bifurcation-Algorithm-that-speeds-up-combinatorics-10-times-Is-there-any-resource-that-describes-it
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Oh, this kind of solution is right up my alley. At first glance, I think it approximates 10,000 solutions, which is far far far faster than trying to do everything perfectly. I can solve 10,000 things in Excel 2000 in a moment on an old Win7 laptop, so putting their minds to it for years, I can imagine how approximating 10,000 solutions wouldn’t be terribly more difficult for standard computer hardware to perform.

Oh, this kind of [read full article]

 

If you are a citizen of the USA, you should retain the right to vote. Period. It is not a privilege. Voting is not a privilege. Voting is a right. Allowing slavery to continue in prisons (13th Amendment) is why states are allowed to determine whether prisoners can vote or not. That it extends BEYOND their jail term shows that their jail term never ended. They are incarcerated long after they’re out as they are not citizens of the United States so long as they are forbidden to vote. This holds true for any class of US citizen who is denied the right to vote.

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