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Ross Finlayson

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Apr 27, 2023, 11:31:55 AM4/27/23
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Podcasts: Ross Finlayson's study

(Not audio only, but all audio.)

About Philosophy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BNDx-FUwKM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0jIsXfuUKM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgoRuwa2Zcs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLoEv9p16iw

About Mathematics

Standard and Non-Standard Calculus

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRr1gBLEmo0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsGOZp7jrEY

Differential Calculus

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtdXHM6k07Y
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnClOA-lp20
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7g3UAFxr4S8

Analysis and Methods

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njSqmjkj0gQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgreCqD2gqo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7KbayajRaA

About Physics

Non-Linear Field and Wave Physics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v82ZeL_-hy0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_vmEhWl9oE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtWy8uwvA3g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkZGZ6FRpS0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIMKbXBEQno
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iB85GtOduc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PY3QK8pyMY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5fp3De0SfI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dz585sC5dKQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMBcectYDws
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fK8KDlwobtI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LnC4srnwtY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3el3DayFSU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIcZim7Y53U

Quantum Mechanics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tynLKPjpjjs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zs_mr-_VlXY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20IVJlUpbHo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxqrBM_s_EA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQxyQboZw2k
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GL1yqoRf6HM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rVEBVT1kwE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFwNvNxjwxI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnidFex3Nm4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ml1SSifcSU

Relativity

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHVOLO1ryGQ

First recorded: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axl4czl5Bus

Ross Finlayson

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Apr 27, 2023, 7:50:12 PM4/27/23
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Reading from Einstein: mass, charge, energy, and fundaments

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRD4Knsoycc

Einstein and theory, decomposition of elements, total field theory, local and global,
GR before SR, SR and locality, GR and non-locality, energy and mass-energy equivalence,
Einstein's formula, numerical derivations of series and approximations in truncating terms,
dimensional analysis in the orders of terms in physical quantities, thermodynamic energy
and kinetics, nuclear reactions, entropy and organization, open and closed, restitution/oscillation
and dissipation/attenuation, Olbers' paradox and cosmic background, reactions and transitions,
separations and decompositions of theories into fundamental theories and complementary
theories of fundamental fields, Maxwell and classical fields, the lettered fields of
electromagnetism, factors of the Parameterized-Post-Newtonian and Modified Newtonian,
theories and the empirical and fundamentally theoretical, theories of fundamental objects
and higher level organization, gravity and space-time, gravity in theory, gravity in relativity,
gravity and the centrifugal, Einstein defends relativity, Einstein defends Newton.

Ross Finlayson

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Apr 28, 2023, 7:46:54 PM4/28/23
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Reading from Einstein: model of a physicist's philosophy of science

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DlW0kkDcCI

Einstein and Oppenheimer, Einstein the image, reason and sense, ideals and explanations,
philosophical and physicists' principles, rules of theories, laws of nature, object and context,
sense and object-sense, pure theory, about classical mechanics and motion, field theory and
total field theory, de Broglie and Schroedinger, Einstein about Born and the statistical ensemble,
continuity laws, desiderata of future theory.

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Apr 28, 2023, 7:56:08 PM4/28/23
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More proof that you are an idiot:

Rule 8: Of usenet, if somebody posts
math in sci.logic he is dull.

Rule 9: Of usenet, if somebody posts
philosophy in sci.math he is dull.

Rule 10: Just transitivity of Rule 8 and Rule 9,
if somebody posts philosophy in sci.logic he is dull.

Trust me, I am part of the audience.

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Apr 28, 2023, 8:02:38 PM4/28/23
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Hint: Your fallacy, you seem to be not aware of:

logic of technical philosophy =\= mathematical logic
philosophical logic =\= mathematical logic
philosophy of logic =\= mathematical logic

Philosopers are just not trained mathematicians most of the time.

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Apr 28, 2023, 8:14:00 PM4/28/23
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The misery with Rossy Boy is explained best here:

Nozick's "Philosophical Explanations"
https://antilogicalism.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/philosophical-explanations.pdf

Reading from Nozick's "Philosophical Explanations"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BNDx-FUwKM

Just take Nozick's "Let the relation E be the relation
correctly expalins or is the (or a) correct explanation of.
[...] The explanatory relation E is irreflexiv, ... [...]

Ha Ha, you sure. Ever heard of a Quine?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quine_(computing)

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Apr 28, 2023, 8:20:55 PM4/28/23
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Whats worse, Scientology or Technical Philosophy?
Both is a pile of shit, that even a fly wouldn't touch.

Chris M. Thomasson

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Apr 28, 2023, 8:46:24 PM4/28/23
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A simple quine can be a program that reads a file that happens to be its
own source code, and outputs it.

FromTheRafters

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Apr 29, 2023, 5:55:30 AM4/29/23
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Chris M. Thomasson formulated the question :
Like the Java virus "Strange Brew"?

Ross Finlayson

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Apr 29, 2023, 4:02:57 PM4/29/23
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https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb7rLSBiE7F6Dzc6mMXPfc4W9Y_OafJZj


One time the Pontificate released a bunch of encyclicals to sci.math and sci.logic,
it was John Paul II.

Usenet articles each have a distinct URL, in the "nntp" protocol,
their content is the responsibility and property and copyright of the poster,
and there's quite strong anti-spam ("control").

Each usenet post is archived for retention in libraries in universities and institutions
throughout the world.

So, these videos are posted as without remuneration in the sense that the "Youtube"
as sort of a store has that each has a URL, then that, all rights reserved, and, it's vouched
that all content is legitimate in fair use and such. So, these videos this channel are
simply academic material copyright the author available for fair use with regular
bibliographic attribution.

This is where these video files, which are about two gigabytes each, have that, in the
space of one of those files, could instead be about two gigabytes of text, where,
I've written tens of thousands of posts to sci.math and sci.logic, and, also sci.physics.relativity.

There's an old metaphor, "a picture, is worth, a thousand, words".
But, "a picture, is worth, a thousand, words", is only seven words.

Triality is quadratic, ....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkZGZ6FRpS0&list=PLb7rLSBiE7F6Dzc6mMXPfc4W9Y_OafJZj&index=4

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Apr 29, 2023, 4:42:25 PM4/29/23
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Rossy Boy, the pope of bull shit.

Ben Bacarisse

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Apr 29, 2023, 4:43:09 PM4/29/23
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Ross Finlayson <ross.a.f...@gmail.com> writes:

> Each usenet post is archived for retention in libraries in
> universities and institutions throughout the world.

I did not know that. Can you say which universities do that?

--
Ben.

Ross Finlayson

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Apr 29, 2023, 5:48:00 PM4/29/23
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It was something like "Summa Theologica".

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There is already a church on sci.logic. Its the church of
bullshit by Dan Christensen. He believes the Drinker Paradox is:

/* Church of Bullshit Drinker Theorem */
∃x¬Dx → ∃x(Dx → ∀y(Py → Dy))
http://www.dcproof.com/DrinkersThm1.htm

LoL

Ross Finlayson

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Apr 29, 2023, 8:05:47 PM4/29/23
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Ah, here: "B.S." usually indicates as a "Bachelor of Science",
a degree of education relevant to entry to a field, while "Ph.D."
usually enough means "Doctor of Philosophy", which is the degree
of the doctorate in most fields, besides the medical and legal or
the "Medical Doctorate" and the "Juris Doctorate", where something
like the "Doctorate in Theology" is a different thing, and something like
a "DDS, FACS" represents an even higher degree.

Of course, in the old days before degree inflation, to achieve a
Doctorate or even a Master's degree, one had to provide theses
and dissertations which actually represented _advances in the field_.
These days often just a practicum or even just buying credits results
that such degrees either do or don't have accompanying credentials.

Now, I understand that your "b.s." indicates "bull-shit", here though there's
acculturated a high degree of respect to higher education.

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Apr 29, 2023, 8:08:57 PM4/29/23
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You may earn the degree of VANITY, vanilla negative intelligence
quotient. Tell us more about the difference between analog/digital?

LoL

Ross Finlayson

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Apr 29, 2023, 10:04:41 PM4/29/23
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Reading from Einstein: tea on the train, the train and the "time", space and "space"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY

Metaphor, the thought experiment, gedanken, Einstein's train gedanken, tea on the train,
maximums and boundaries, Mach and the acoustic, relativistic dynamics, dynamics and the
cosmic observatory, statics and the terrestrial frame, energy and mass and charge, rotational
kinematics, Des Cartes and Des Cartes' Laplacian Euclidean, the Laplacian and harmonic function
theory vis-a-vis theories of potential, Einstein's model of a working physicist, Einstein's physicist
as a sensitive man, local and global definitions of time, space and "quasi-rigid", theories of
space contraction, Einstein's definitions of local time and global time and "the time",
white holes as kinematic singularities, Einstein on the classical motion in classical space
and classical time, Einstein's strategy.


Ross Finlayson

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Apr 30, 2023, 6:12:51 PM4/30/23
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Reading from Einstein: classical mechanics and continuum mechanics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P08kIRUSkhE

Einstein's "Out of My Later Years", Einstein's theories, the classical mechanics and classical force,
surface mechanics, material points, atomism, success of theories, Newton and Galileo, continuous
media, thermodynamics and the success of discretization, potential theories, theories arising
from natural deduction, Mach and Mill, configuration space and paucity of terms, surface domains
and the applied, the empirical, mathematics and models of material points.

Ross Finlayson

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Reading from Einstein: fields, and electromagnetism

1 of 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJuFhlclPP0
2 of 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FonnPLtX51Y

Fields in mathematics, arithmetic and field operations, alternative derivations of arithmetic,
complementary duals, fields in physics, space-time and space and time, a ray of time or the
origin of time, fields in academia, Maxwell and Faraday, classical fields and potential fields,
classical fields and interfaces, surfaces and material points, intuition and superclassical fields,
complementary duals, magnetism, Meissner, original analysis, Laplace and the differential,
Einstein and time ordering, continuum mechanics, deconstructive accounts of field fundamentals.

Ross Finlayson

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Reading from Einstein: relativity and gravitational field

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yutLelN_t_Y

Cosmology, sky survey, Doppler, standard candles, hydrogen spectroscopy,
LaGrange and Laplace, classical connections, Fitzgerald and Lorentz,
complementary duals, computing the geodesy, "total differential equations",
"in the space", dynamical models and time, linear and non-linear and singular
and non-singular duals, gravitational field equations, Riemannian metric and
covariance, bases of analytical freedom, the quasi-Euclidean, potential theory,
central symmetries, deconstructive/reconstructive accounts.

Ross Finlayson

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May 3, 2023, 9:30:29 PM5/3/23
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Reading from Einstein: the field, the time, and quantum probability

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btAiSlW1eX4

Field equations, differential singularities, modern field theory, quantum theory,
probabilistic quantum theory, Heisenberg and Dirac and Schroedinger and de Broglie
and Bohm, discretization, Planck and running constants, geometry and a deconstructive
account of non-standard analysis, infinities and infinitesimals in mathematics and physics,
quantum spin, particle/wave duality, real wave function, locality and non-locality,
differential equations and the time.

Chris M. Thomasson

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May 3, 2023, 11:34:27 PM5/3/23
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On 4/29/2023 2:55 AM, FromTheRafters wrote:
> Chris M. Thomasson formulated the question :
[...]
>> A simple quine can be a program that reads a file that happens to be
>> its own source code, and outputs it.
>
> Like the Java virus "Strange Brew"?

Was that one ever released into the wild?

One time I created a program way back on MSDOS that would randomize the
file names of everything it could find in the file system. It would
totally fuck things up.

FromTheRafters

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Chris M. Thomasson brought next idea :
> On 4/29/2023 2:55 AM, FromTheRafters wrote:
>> Chris M. Thomasson formulated the question :
> [...]
>>> A simple quine can be a program that reads a file that happens to be its
>>> own source code, and outputs it.
>>
>> Like the Java virus "Strange Brew"?
>
> Was that one ever released into the wild?

Unknown, but it was never found there.

> One time I created a program way back on MSDOS that would randomize the file
> names of everything it could find in the file system. It would totally fuck
> things up.

Nasty trojan (or virus or worm payload), better IMO would be to ROT-1
them, they would then be recoverable and you could laugh at the techs
whom didn't realize this and wrote in write-ups that it destroyed them
and the system was irrecoverable.

Prepend "@autoexec" without the quotes to the first line of
autoexec.bat and see what happens. That was my favorite joke payload.
It is not good to be malicious.

Ross Finlayson

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May 4, 2023, 2:09:25 PM5/4/23
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These days the worst sort of attacks seem built into the loader when
something like the DLL image loader accepts random vectors.

Everybody who's heard of the original "built-in compiler backdoors"
that build themselves into the bootstrapping the compiler,
has some idea about image tools about static analysis of a very
limited and curated collection of object tools.

Back in the old days there was disk controller logic for example,
about "hardware" controls, for example "punch the floppy
to implement write-protect, or for example break out its tabs
the cassette".

Of course some firmware or disk controllers don't observe same.

Now, "Strange Brew" is a very interesting movie of the plebeian
sort of the times, where something like "lightdm", "app armor",
"Windows Management Instrumentation", and of course just
usual TCP/IP route and proxy and DNS poisoning and the very
loose nature of the hundreds of usual "authorities" in the browsers'
vended Certificate Authority stores, basically reflect that
while "OpenBSD has never shipped with a vulnerability",
that "the world's nether-full of spooks regardless their hat color
are quite most always surreptitious threats and collectively
un-secure".

Writing an OS or executive to PC-2000 or the dirt-stock usual
PC apparatus or mobile handset apparatus, it was discussed
here once among us all. Implementing a pretty neat networking
infrastructure could go a long way toward efficient use of resources
and protections of usual personal properties.

So anyways, if you compare something like "Windows 7 aka NT core"
and "WMI and all the rest of this virtual privacy-stealing infrastructure",
they're different. And, the one doesn't need the other.




Chris M. Thomasson

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May 4, 2023, 3:26:09 PM5/4/23
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;^) I remember fork bombing some computers at Costco around 25 years
ago. I created a simple batch file that would call itself and go into an
infinite loop creating a shit load of processes. The display computers
were rendered into an unusable state without a reboot. I did not insert
the fork into autoexec.bat, so a reboot would solve the issue.

FromTheRafters

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May 4, 2023, 5:08:35 PM5/4/23
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Ross Finlayson presented the following explanation :
It is a Java based malware.

Chris M. Thomasson

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May 4, 2023, 6:09:19 PM5/4/23
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Fwiw, this should be the genuine source code for NT 4.0:

https://github.com/ZoloZiak/WinNT4/tree/master/private/ntos

Ross Finlayson

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May 4, 2023, 8:19:02 PM5/4/23
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It's like they say,
some image codecs in browsers have holes,
some font codecs in browsers have holes,
some XML parsers in browsers have holes,
some HTML parsers in browsers have holes,
so you might
proxy all image files through a sanitizing converter,
turn off font downloads,
block SMIL,
use an old open source browser,
and these kinds of things.

I don't much know though about
bash the stack / trash the instruction pointer
compared to
abuse the polkit and munge the autoproxy,
in terms of abuses and crimes in information "devices".

One time my friend and desk-neighbor had a screen-saver,
it had a password. He stepped away one time and I broke it,
but, I told him later that I'd done it.

In one team the rule was if you ever came across your
desk-neighbor's desktop open, you were to send an email
from them "I left my desktop open". Otherwise the rule
like in the OS group was "always lock your desktop
when you leave it". This one guy had like a forty-character
password, but this was the OS group and stuff like NT's system
account and delegation basically had that they'd just turn UAC off.

Myself I don't much even remember passwords and rely on,
"muscle memory", for passwords.

A big problem in computer crimes is so many "grey", areas,
and all sorts things what appear to be crimes.


Ross Finlayson

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May 4, 2023, 8:19:41 PM5/4/23
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Reading from Einstein: continuity, instinct and intuition

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4eTUKaFE7U

Field mechanics, fields and forces, central symmetries, nuclear forces,
relativistic effect, Loch Ness monster, space contraction, ballet dance,
relativistic nanogyroscopes, quantum fields, quantum interpretations,
extra-local action, causality, requirements of theory, definition of a
model physicist, continuity and atomism, a Planck square, Heisenberg
uncertainty and skew, nuclear theory, light and transmutation,
mass and charge and light and matter.


FromTheRafters

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May 5, 2023, 7:07:19 AM5/5/23
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Ross Finlayson expressed precisely :
Java is not JavaScript. Think Java Runtime Environment.

> I don't much know though about
> bash the stack / trash the instruction pointer
> compared to
> abuse the polkit and munge the autoproxy,
> in terms of abuses and crimes in information "devices".
>
> One time my friend and desk-neighbor had a screen-saver,
> it had a password. He stepped away one time and I broke it,
> but, I told him later that I'd done it.
>
> In one team the rule was if you ever came across your
> desk-neighbor's desktop open, you were to send an email
> from them "I left my desktop open". Otherwise the rule
> like in the OS group was "always lock your desktop
> when you leave it". This one guy had like a forty-character
> password, but this was the OS group and stuff like NT's system
> account and delegation basically had that they'd just turn UAC off.

The Human Resources Manager where I used to work was administrator on
the system. She logged out (or so she thought) and walked away one time
and the screen dialog said something about a program still running.

I got back to her desktop and left her a little anonymous text file
instead of doing the sethc.exe hack.

https://superuser.com/questions/732605/how-to-prevent-the-sethc-exe-hack

==========================================
There is an exploit that allows users to reset the Administrator
password on Windows. It is done by booting from a repair disk, starting
command prompt, and replacing C:\Windows\System32\sethc.exe with
C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe.

When the sticky key combination is pressed at the logon screen, users
get access to a command prompt with Administrator privileges.

[Edit by me -- Actually gives a "system" user account.]

This is a huge security hole, makes the OS vulnerable to anyone with
even the slightest IT knowledge.
===========================================

They later got severely hacked remotely and computer security was the
buzzword for some time afterward. Yep, we had to make sure the door to
the computer room was locked when we left, but it didn't close properly
so locked or not it didn't actually latch closed. People who were
granted access often left it unlatched purposefully for ease of access.

> Myself I don't much even remember passwords and rely on,
> "muscle memory", for passwords.

I have a mental password building system which relies on reminders.
Something like LogWM1189 for Waste Management, LogBOA1189 for BoA,
LogOD1189 for Microsoft One Drive, LogAID1189 for Apple ID etcetera.

No, these are not what I use, but something similar where the dialog
asking for the password also gives me the hint for the variable part.

> A big problem in computer crimes is so many "grey", areas,
> and all sorts things what appear to be crimes.

Especially where Intellectual Property (IP) is concerned.

Ross Finlayson

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Reading from Einstein: field theory and continuity, mathematical

1 of 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4p3LJEBS68s
2 of 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8zX5PukCW4

Antique physics, theoretical physics, Anaximander, Heraclitus, Leucippus, Democritus,
Zeno and Aristotle, concluding "Out of My Later Years" Chapter 13: Physics and Reality,
central symmetries and bridges, central symmetries and Einstein's teacup, the rotational
symmetry's "cube wall", Einstein summarizes relativity theory in field theory in physics
and begifts his model physicist.

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Yeah to good old times, when physics was a thing!
And every educated mother would have been proud
if their son would study prestigious physics.

What happened to those times?

LoL

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Go into a used bookstore, you find a physics section
probably, acting as a mirror of a long forgotten glittering
era. Open these books and see what dedications or

personal notes are written in it, you might figure out
who used this books when. And maybe in some used
bookstore you find Rossy Boy camping in a tent,

and doing his YT videos.

LMAO!

Ross Finlayson

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May 6, 2023, 12:10:50 PM5/6/23
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It's kind of more like you have to go to the bookstore daily,
or the library, and books come and go, and every once in a
while, there's a good one, and when there's enough, they can
build a fort.

Watch, I'll say "spiral space-filling curve" and a Burse-bot
will spit "gibberish". "The logic", Burse, "a theory". I know
it's sort of cruel to make it ape its cage, but it wil get
mucked out at some point.

I kind of like the idea of being the guru aesthete.

The other day I picked up a copy of a book from
Imre Lakatos, he's helping explain how I explain the
Dirichlet problem, where line-continuity is building the
Jordan measure and signal-continuity building out the
Dirichlet function.

I've been leafing through Hermann Volume II, he's
helping explain the Lie derivative, where these days
Laplace is sort of being put down for bases of analytical freedom.


Let's not forget "I live in a van, down by the river".
Also Door's "Spanish Caravan".

Anyways, these are for pople who enjoy spoken word
accounts of theory writ large, those who want a "the logic"
and "theory", my study is foundations.

Ross Finlayson

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May 6, 2023, 10:32:10 PM5/6/23
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Reading from Einstein: philosophy and foundations

1 of 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrK9KzsK9po
2 of 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbKTJa6SBJM

Central symmetries and relativistic dynamics, history of modern atomism
and chemistry, Dalton's law of constant proportions, running constants,
atomic chemistry and molecular chemistry, fundamentals and foundations,
fundamentals of foundations, philosophy of foundations, rhetoric.

Ross Finlayson

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May 7, 2023, 4:23:27 PM5/7/23
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Reading from Einstein: state of the field

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpGYn2n1GQk

Atomism, law of constant proportions, object-sense, running constants,
atomic theory and nuclear theory, ultraviolet catastrophe, mass and charge
and light and colour, general relativity and quantum mechanics, field theory
and the statistical ensemble, universals in Einstein's theory, reconciling field
theory and discretization, functional freedom and degrees of freedom,
infrared catastrophe, 20'th century foundations and 21'st century foundations.

Ross Finlayson

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May 8, 2023, 3:25:46 PM5/8/23
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I've been reading some Harmonic Function Theory about the Theory of
Potentials and getting into some of the uniqueness results about the
Laplacian of the harmonic function theory. As you might imagine, I'm mostly
interested in extending my results from the unbounded, infinite, and non-standard,
to result where there are sometimes distinctnes instead of uniqueness results in
the standard, about results in the unbounded, infinite, and non-standard.

About this then I'm looking into the Dirichlet problem about the Poincare sphere
and there Poincare metric about the Riemann metric, it's pretty deep.

It's kind of useful for foundations to have three definitions of continuity.

It's kind of bereft without, ....

For example, the Jordan measure is provided a measure,
or the line-continuity's sigma algebras.

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Why did Einstein's photon need therapy?
Because it had too much energy!

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Russy Boy, you want to change the education situation in the USA?

Donald Trump dies and goes to heaven.

Saint Peter scratches his head and says,
“Einstein and Picasso both managed to prove
their identity. How can you prove yours?”

Trump looks bewildered and says, “Who are Einstein and Picasso?”

Saint Peter sighs and says, “Come on in, Donald.”

Dan joyce

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Ross, what are your credentials?
I have no math credentials but love to dabble in math.
Yes, I am wrong a lot of the time but I do learn from my mistakes.

Dan

Ross Finlayson

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May 8, 2023, 4:52:20 PM5/8/23
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Borel vs. Combinatorics?


Nope, it's not so much change the linear curriculum, as
fill out the middle and the end.

That is, presuming the educational system still sets up
students for mathematical success with an egalitarian
education including algebra, geometry, trigonometry,
and calculus, and some linear algebra and some function
theory and type theory, and logic, and methods of proof
and the language of proof, and critical reasoning, and
derivations of what is demonstrated and instructed, then
mostly what I would add would be retro- or paleo-classical
modern foundations, about standard analysis and higher-level
non-standard analysis, lower-level analysis, with applications,
or foundations.

I.e., teacher needs to see me after school.


Ross Finlayson

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May 8, 2023, 5:02:58 PM5/8/23
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I'm a student.

My study is foundations.

B.S. Mathematics, Idaho, 2007
Math SAT/GRE 99+%

The amateur, does it for love.
The professional, is worth the money.
The pro-am, is often pretty even.

I'm a software engineer by trade.

I hope you enjoy these readings, then that beyond these
sorts of time-bound audio besides the ready availability of
automated transcript these days, is a debate and apologetics
and modern foundations, or "10,000's posts to sci.math".

From what I understand these are the sorts usual reactions
to the reading:
1) boredom, quit,
2) engagement, listen, not to be distracted,
3) nodding off, deep sleep.

The reader is a usual role in academia, that is extra-curricular,
in the sense that students follow along a book that is read aloud,
to enrich their ability to read for themselves, here though it's
mostly commentary attached to readings of usual authorities.



Ross Finlayson

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May 8, 2023, 7:35:50 PM5/8/23
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Reading from Einstein: language and science, Einstein's word

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxqetiIzanw

Language and communication, language and the space of words, the scientific method
and scientific discourse, generalization and universals, science and ethics, ethics and
morals, science and truth, logic and truth, mass-energy equivalency, Einstein's second
formula of mass-energy equivalence in the centrally symmetrical or rotational.



This is about the last of the reading from Einstein's Out of My Later Years, as it's
the summary of chapters in the middle that convey his scientific message.

That it ends with a particular definition of the mass-energy equivalency that
essentially reflects the setup of the centrally symmetrical i.e. the rotational,
really makes clear that a theory of space-contraction is compatible with
Einstein's theory, final, of relativity.

A n g l e

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May 9, 2023, 5:43:31 AM5/9/23
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Ross Finlayson

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May 9, 2023, 11:33:52 PM5/9/23
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Analysis and Methods: arithmetization and models

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpWi_nRBmWY

Arithmetic, decomposition of arithmetic, function theory and types, first-order and infinitary
operations, models of arithmetic, bounds and the effective, powers and roots, algebra, real-valued
spaces, complex arithmetic, conjugates and reflections, nine-point theorem, number theory,
congruences, casting out 9's and digit summation congruence, quadratic sieve, numerical models
of data structures, arithmetizations and algebraizations and geometrizations.

Ross Finlayson

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May 10, 2023, 8:39:27 PM5/10/23
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Descriptive differential dynamics: vector fields and bundles, geometry and analysis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ1D2pgTZb0

Methods and analysis, the geometer and the analyst, foundations and Poincare,
Poincare and Dirichlet, Hermann's mathematical physics, continuous domains,
non-linear interactions, principle of minimal interactions, non-linear Lagrangians
and linear Laplacians, a derivation of isomorphisms in duals, direct sums,
Euler-Lagrange differential operators.

Ross Finlayson

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