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If you believe that Microsoft or Apple are the pioneers of Personal Computers (PC) then here is a little history lesson in the evolution of PCs.
Try Gary Kildall.
Well, if Microsoft hadn’t succeeded in scamming IBM into taking its inferior (and pirated) operating system for its PC instead of Kildall’s, the PC wouldn’t have languished for over a decade before it became universally useful.
What do movie special effects, the stock market, heart attacks and the rings of Saturn have in common? They all consist of fractals, irregular repeating shapes found in cloud formations, tree limbs, stalks of broccoli and mountain ranges and even in the human heart. Discovered by a mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot, they are the architecture used in nature. Some have called the Mandelbrot set, thumb-print of God. It is one of the most beautiful and remarkable discoveries in the entire history of mathematics, yet not everyone knows about it. It is an amazing revelation that where traditional Euclidean geometry that consists of lines, circles, triangles, etc. cannot explain the seemingly irregular nature of universe, Fractal geometry perfectly explains it. Can you imagine why such a crucial branch of mathematics is not being taught in the schools? Why we are forced to only learn about the traditional Euclidean geometry and its applications?
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Sayer Ji, Contributor
While honey and sugar share similar degrees of sweetness, the differences in the way our bodies respond to them are profound.
Technically, honey and sugar (sucrose) both exist because they are food for their respective species.
In the case of sugarcane, a member of the the grass family (Poaceae) which includes wheat, maize and rice, sucrose provides energy for its leaves and is an easily transportable source of energy for other parts of the plant, such as the roots, that do not produce their own energy. Read the rest of this entry »