Computerscience

// original comp. generated loop by http://cody-sampson.tumblr.com/

all dimensions of space/matter are interlaced; there is no separation between them, but separation becomes apparent to a manifested perceiver whom emerges and evolves reading information of a specific dimension 

from a two dimensional perspective, matter is perceived as a surface of one dimension in two dimensions of space.

from a three dimensional perspective, matter is perceived as a surface of two dimensions in three dimensions of space.

from a four dimensional perspective, matter is perceived as a surface of three dimensions in four dimensions of space.

and so on and so forth…

an infinite number of 1 dimensional shapes are in an object of two dimensions

an infinite number of 2 dimensional shapes are in an object of three dimensions

an infinite number of 3 dimensional shapes are in an object of four dimensions

however, all the same… it’s the same object no matter the specific dimension that it’s being perceived in 

Notes requests

I’ve gotten some asks about specific subjects.  I still have my notes from high school as well as from my first two years of college.  I will post a list of my courses here, so if anyone would like notes from a specific topic or subject, send me a request and I’ll post them!

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Hello everyone!  I’m new in the studyblr community. The main reason I started this blog is to motivate myself to study and meet new people who are interested in the same academics I am. Also, I expect that this can help me for my freshman year at University

the basics

  • age: 17
  • pronouns: she/her
  • country: Bulgaria
  • class of 2017

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  • statistics
  • IT
  • math
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  • rock music
  • the 1975
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  • 1D
  • traveling
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P.S Reblog this if you are interested/studying statistics or IT so I can follow you

P.P.S My older sister also have study blog. She’s studying journalism and mass comunication (she’s freshman as well). @studyblrxg

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Old nuclear bunker turned into a Data Center.

Located in Stockholm, the ISP Bahnhof gained notoriety when it hosted wikileaks’ sensitive materials. Built into the Pionen mountains, the center took two years to retrofit the caves with enough space for their server racks and backup generators. In total, it is roughly 1,200 square meters (12,900 square feet) and will hold the future of blogging after the apocalypse.

Source: TheChive

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the codebreaker that 

ended world war ii was a 

gay man named alan.

saved fourteen mill’on

lives, father of computer

science.  thanks, alan.