Recent posts

Conceptually speaking, Windows is a deeply OOP system. Anything with a handle is an object, and the message processing system completes the original OOP paradigm, where objects only communicate by passing messages to each other.
This is so ridiculous that it doesn't even deserve a comment. Your mind has been poisoned by reading so much garbage.
I was sure that you would like my headline :-)

The news: "Russian missiles struck the eastern Ukrainian city of Pokrovsk twice on Monday night, killing nine people, wounding scores and destroying apartments and a popular hotel, officials said."

In the hands of your Russian troll, it becomes: "Russian 'ISKANDER' Missile Destroyed Headquarters With Generals Inside In 'POKROVSK'!"

Talk about manipulation!
What a load of shit. The truth is that Putin is suffering mounting casualties and forced to appeal for foreign fighters. The Kremlin has tried to sign up salaried recruits from Armenia, Kazakhstan and Uzbek migrant builders.

Ukrainian forces have decisively breached Russia's first defensive line near Zaporizhzhia after weeks of painstaking mine clearance, and expect faster gains as they press the weaker second line, the general leading the southern counteroffensive has said.

Brig Gen Oleksandr Tarnavskiy estimated Russia had devoted 60% of its time and resources into building the first defensive line and only 20% each into the second and third lines because Moscow had not expected Ukrainian forces to get through.
News and Announcements / A note on Progess with the upc...
Last post by Theo Gottwald - September 03, 2023, 03:28:08 PM
One of the funny things is Image to Image.
This will also be supported.

Also we have support for "Interrogation".
Means the SPR can then analyze pictures and make keywords on what is on the picture.

On this Picture you can see why the SPR is very good for Tasks that use JSON.
Due to the structure of SPR-Script, its just the easiest and most clear way
to define JSON structures using the SPR.

Because the SPR does not use any sort of "" or ' for  strings,
we do not need complicated "" and """ and all of this.

In fact you can just copy the original JSON Structure directly out of the manual
prefix it with the Variable and use it unchanged.

2023-09-03 15_19_18-minirobot.hmxz in F__00_MR_MR HTML-Help_Actual version_Source - Help+Manual.jpg
Dr. Miriam Grossman: A Voice of Reason in the Gender Debate

Dr. Miriam Grossman, MD recently provided a compelling testimony during a U.S. House Committee hearing, shedding light on the realities of so-called "gender-affirming care." Speaking with the authority of a medical professional, she debunked the widespread misconception that sex is merely "assigned at birth."

Credentials and Publications
Dr. Grossman is board-certified in child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry. She has authored five books, and her work has been translated into eleven languages. Her most recent publication, "Lost in Trans Nation: A Child Psychiatrist's Guide Out of the Madness," delves into the societal and psychological ramifications of transgenderism.

Medical Focus and Advocacy
Her medical practice is primarily centered around young people experiencing gender distress and their families. Dr. Grossman firmly believes that every child is born in the right body. She has been outspoken about the ideological capture of her profession, which has led to risky and experimental treatments on minors and the undermining of parental authority.

Public Appearances
Dr. Grossman has testified before Congress and has also spoken at the British House of Lords and the United Nations.

Call to Action
TFP Student Action encourages all Americans to engage in peaceful and clear discourse on this contentious issue. As the saying goes, "God made male and female."

Follow TFP Student Action
- Official Site
- Instagram
- Facebook
- Twitter

Hashtags: #gender #ideology #tfpstudentaction

Ok, the headline was a joke :-).
But in this video you can see why soon "some helicopters with high ranked NATO officers will crash".

USA changed its strategy. They have now accepted that Ukraine will be finally a part of Russia.
Now their plan is to kill as many Ukrainian soldiers as possible.
Commanding them making useless frontal attacks.

The Object-Oriented Paradigm: A Critical Examination in the Spirit of Algorithmic Analysis

The world of computer science has been profoundly influenced by the advent of the Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) paradigm. It has been hailed as a panacea for software engineering woes, a silver bullet that promises modularity, reusability, and a host of other virtues. However, as we delve into the intricacies of algorithms and computational complexity, one must pause and critically examine the efficacy of this paradigm.

The Abstraction Conundrum
OOP encourages abstraction, often to a fault. While abstraction is a powerful tool, it can also obfuscate the underlying algorithmic complexity. In the quest for creating 'objects' and 'methods,' we may inadvertently introduce inefficiencies that are hard to detect but have a significant impact on performance.

The Inheritance Quagmire
Inheritance, a cornerstone of OOP, is a double-edged sword. While it allows for code reusability, it can also lead to a tangled web of dependencies. This hierarchical structure often makes it difficult to reason about the program's behavior, especially when multiple inheritance comes into play.

Encapsulation: A Mixed Blessing
Encapsulation, another pillar of OOP, aims to bundle data and methods that operate on that data within a single unit. While this is laudable from a design perspective, it can also lead to data structures that are not as efficient as they could be if designed from a more algorithmic standpoint.

Polymorphism and the Loss of Type Safety
Polymorphism allows objects to be treated as instances of their parent class, leading to more generic and reusable code. However, this comes at the cost of type safety and can introduce subtle bugs that are hard to detect and even harder to debug.

The Procedural Alternative
Let us not forget that before the rise of OOP, procedural programming was the dominant paradigm. It allowed for a more straightforward analysis of algorithms, focusing on the actions rather than the data. While it may lack the modularity that OOP offers, it provides a level of clarity and performance that is often sacrificed in object-oriented design.

Concluding Remarks
Object-Oriented Programming is not without its merits. It has its place in the toolbox of a skilled programmer. However, it should not be viewed as the end-all, be-all solution to every computational problem. As we strive for algorithmic efficiency and clarity, let us not be blinded by the allure of objects and methods. Instead, let us adopt a more holistic approach, one that considers the algorithmic implications of our design choices.

In the words of E.W. Dijkstra, "Object-oriented programming is an exceptionally bad idea which could only have originated in California." While this may be an extreme view, it serves as a reminder that we should not embrace paradigms uncritically. Let us continue to scrutinize, analyze, and, most importantly, understand the tools at our disposal.

General Tips and Discussion / How many unknown Instructions ...
Last post by Theo Gottwald - September 03, 2023, 02:54:05 PM
The Quest for Hidden CPU Instructions: A Sandsifter Odyssey

In the realm of computer science, the CPU (Central Processing Unit) serves as the beating heart of a computer system. Its instruction set architecture (ISA) is the Rosetta Stone, translating high-level programming languages into machine code that the CPU can understand. However, what if I told you that this Rosetta Stone is incomplete? That there are hieroglyphs—CPU instructions—yet to be deciphered? Enter Sandsifter, a tool that embarks on an odyssey to discover these hidden instructions.

The Enigma of the CPU

The CPU is a labyrinthine structure, with its intricate pathways and logic gates. Manufacturers provide documentation detailing the ISA, but this documentation is not always exhaustive. Astonishingly, there could be thousands of undocumented instructions. Some CPUs even contain undocumented RISC cores that can only be programmed by those in the know. These instructions are like the dark matter of computing; we know they exist, but we can't see them directly.

Sandsifter: The Archaeologist's Tool

Sandsifter acts as an archaeologist, meticulously sifting through the sands of the CPU's instruction set. It generates random machine code instructions, executes them, and observes the CPU's behavior. By doing this iteratively, Sandsifter can identify undocumented instructions that are not listed in the manufacturer's manual.

The Importance of the Quest

You might wonder, "Why is this important?" The answer lies in the realm of security and optimization. Undocumented instructions can be a double-edged sword. On one hand, they can offer pathways to optimize code in ways previously thought impossible. On the other hand, they can serve as backdoors or vulnerabilities that compromise system integrity.

The Ethical Dilemma

Discovering these hidden instructions raises ethical questions. Should one disclose these findings to the manufacturer, or should one keep them confidential? The answer is not straightforward, but the quest for knowledge is an endeavor that computer scientists like us cannot resist.

The Future Awaits

As we move towards an era of quantum computing and AI, the CPU will continue to evolve, and with it, its instruction set. Tools like Sandsifter will become increasingly important in understanding the enigmatic heart of the computer. For, in the words of Donald Knuth, "Science is what we understand well enough to explain to a computer. Art is everything else we do."

This quest for hidden instructions is not just a technical endeavor; it's a journey into the unknown, a challenge to our understanding of computing itself. And in that journey, Sandsifter serves as our compass, guiding us through the uncharted territories of the CPU.

Does your CPU contain an secret RISC-Core?