Villagers, Snakes, Warriors, and Hunters

Villagers: Most people are villagers, like 70%. They have a moral compass and cannot discern truth from fiction. They want to do good, are honest, and mostly they just want to provide for their family. A moral compass changes according to how an argument is given to them. Like an actual compass it changes according to position presented. The solution to this is to give the villagers a moral code through religion. A moral code does not change according to position, it is set in stone and unmovable. A religion provides a moral code to the villagers. A villager who…

Divinely Simple Computer Programming Part 1: The Buzzwords

A ‘buzzword’ blurs comprehension of reality. Computer programming has thousands of buzzwords. Many buzzwords get used in more than one programming language. Many mean different things depending on the programming language. The secret to learning computer programming quickly and succinctly is to understand the buzzwords that get used throughout all programming languages. To help facilitate comprehension, I will attempt to breakdown all of the thousands of buzzwords used in computer programming into just a small handful. I suspect this will make it incredibly easy (comparatively) for someone new to computer programming to grasp and learn it. ENVIRONMENT: The term environment…

TempleOS – Code Introduction

TEMPLE OS INTRO: TempleOS is a x86_64, multi-cored, non-preemptive multi-tasking, ring-0-only, single-address_mapped (identity-mapped), operating system for recreational programming. It contains a treasure chest full of ‘spells of truth’. Imo a 12 year old child could become a better programmer than 20 year professional C programmers by simply tinkering and around in TempleOS for 6 months to 2 years. This assumes the child has not been exposed to modern gaming systems or mobile phones. TempleOS does not connect to the internet so a parent does not have to worry about corruption by modern culture and porn while the child uses TempleOS….

Terry Davis – There Was A Bike Thief

Terry Davis demonstrates why the C++ syntax for writing to stdout is retarded. Here is how some of the most popular programming languages print to screen: C++: cout << “message” << endl; or printf(“message”);Java: System.out.println(“message”);Python: print(“message”)C#: Console.WriteLine(“message”);Go: fmt.println(“message”);Bash: echo “message”HolyC: “message”; Notice how HolyC cuts out all the bloated nonsense. Why isn’t all of programming done like HolyC? It is divinely simple.