Truthcentric (2019-07-18)
I prefer Truthcentric's 'Basal Eurasian' drawing.
Last edited by Arch Hades; 2019-07-18 at 01:54.
Arab ? You mean the 5% that I got and are you seriously trying to say that they were not mainly eurasian ?
Meanwhile the bust of massinissa tells another story :
even his own coins :
This cuck doesn't even dare to answer me because he knows that he has no evidence. First time I see a white negrocentrist...
Arch Hades (2019-07-18), CAONABO (2019-07-18), DracoSentien (2019-07-18), Reason1234 (2019-07-18), Tsarcastic (2019-07-18)
The average northwest african has west asian ancestry from a source population that pre-dates the arab invasions.
Anyways, KEB/proto-berbers were LESS african than taforalt and IAM (iberomaurusian and capsian industries). And share greater continuity with present-day coastal populations. But yeh, sure... There's no evidence.
Saying a lot is hyperbole. Truth does not exist in the real world it only exists in the mathematical world. Scientists create a stripped down model of reality and use mathematics to predict things etc... It is what the renowned phyicist and Nobel Laureate Eugene .P Wigner called "The unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics". The great utility of mathematics is unreasonable.
It seems useless to you that Andrew Wiles solved Fermat's last equation but I gather that proving the Fermat's Last Theorem involved proving the Taniyama-Shimura Conjecture, which has put a lot of recent mathematics which relied on
that conjecture on a more secure footing, which is a significant achievement in itself. One could safely assume that mathematicians working in areas where the Taniyama-Shimura Conjecture is assumed would be more willing to expand their work now. The expansion of mathematics into new areas generally leads to new applications and practical uses
over time.
Nothing made by man is more permanent than Math (I am not a Platonist). When the Parthenon is dust math will still be around.
That is what a stupid hard headed engineer would say. They think math is memorizing textbooks worth of formulas, that can break you foot, if dropped, meanwhile real mathematicians derive all math from a few fundamental axioms and the driving force is the beauty of math not its practicality but remember it is unreasonably effective regardless. Mathematicians have higher IQs than engineers. Engineers and scientists do not do or approach math the sameway as mathematicians.Originally Posted by Arch Hades
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He is a norduck :
Last edited by DracoSentien; 2019-07-18 at 02:19.
Eurogenes K15 on steroids via DIYdodecad and more samples etc... via Admixture Studio v1.4 :
Using 1 populations approximation
1 100% Southwest_English @ 4.152
Mix-mode :
1 75.59% Orcadian + 24.41% East_German @ 2.375 ; Orcadian is NorthEast Scottish e.g. Celtic + Viking
Using 4 populations approximation
1 25% East_German + 25% Hinxton3 (ancient England) + 25% Orcadian + 25% Southwest_English @ 2.246
NassBean (2019-07-18), Tsarcastic (2019-07-18)
Numidians were Coastal NW Africans, probably didn't look much different from your typical Kabyle Berbers today.
NassBean (2019-07-18), Tsarcastic (2019-07-18)
No it wouldn't. You could replace each instance of "0" with for example "1-1". For example "ax²+bx+c=0" could be written as "ax²+bx+c=1-1", or you could just leave the right side empty, like in "ax²+bx+c=".
The Chinese had already developed a positional numeral notation circa 4th century BC (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/0#China):
The Chinese writing system also includes characters for concepts like zero or nothingness (like 零, 無, and 无), so it wouldn't have been a big stretch to replace the empty space in the notation above with one of those characters.
The optimal notation for code looks like APL-like programming languages. For example this is a sudoku solver in K:
p:+{(=x)x}'p,,3/:_(p:,/'+:\9#'!9)%3
f:{$[&/x;,x;,/f'@[x;i;:;]'&27=x[,/p i:x?0]?!10]}
,/'+:\9#'!9 is read as something like "raze each flip scan nine take each til nine". In my writing system, you could write it as maybe "soru ii kuri suka kyuu tei ii chiru kyuu", or:
It's about as graphically simple as the original code, and it even contains two fewer characters. However my writing system has the advantage that you can immediately tell how each symbol is pronounced. Also it contains a much larger pool of characters than ASCII.
Last edited by Yyy; 2019-07-18 at 03:51.
Actually even for Taforalt we have to be careful :source : https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/423079v1.fullMoreover, our model predicts that West Africans (represented by Yoruba) had 12.5±1.1% ancestry from a Taforalt-related group rather than Taforalt having ancestry from an unknown Sub-Saharan African source11; this may have mediated the limited Neanderthal admixture present in West Africans23. An advantage of our model is that it allows for a local North African component in the ancestry of Taforalt, rather than deriving them exclusively from Levantine and Sub-Saharan sources.
You are conflating two different systems here. The original one and the Chinese one and a contradictions truth is impossible. So you are wrong. 1-1 is more cumbersome than 0 because it contains two characters rather than one so it would tend to be tedious after a while. Also, the graph of an imaginary number system would possibly be ugly or non-practical with that etc.. etc..
Right, but that is not what you sad earlier so you are cheating now. Also, the blank space is not as good as the 0 holder because it is a place holder and you would have to use constrained boxes. 0 is definitely better.[/quote]
The Chinese had already developed a positional number system circa 4th century BC (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/0#China):
The Chinese logographic writing system also includes a character for the concept of zero (零), so it wouldn't be a big stretch to replace the empty space in the notation above with that character.
The optimal notation for code looks like APL-like programming languages. For example this is a sudoku solver in K:
I dunno, man, no offense but my time is better spent reading a book rather than wasting my time learning your language that will probably never be a success.Originally Posted by Yyy
Also, from before, Octet and Base16 will never replace the decimal system even though base16 is involved with computation just like binary but a lesser degree. Base10 origins is biological rather than logical but there is a case to be made for binary. Binary is used in computers and all things digital from cell phones to cameras. Ash such it meshes perfectly with electronic switches but then again that won't be so useful if Quantum computers ever get functioning good enough to be mainstream :
2= 2^1
4= 2^2
8=2^3
Last edited by DracoSentien; 2019-07-18 at 03:02.
Eurogenes K15 on steroids via DIYdodecad and more samples etc... via Admixture Studio v1.4 :
Using 1 populations approximation
1 100% Southwest_English @ 4.152
Mix-mode :
1 75.59% Orcadian + 24.41% East_German @ 2.375 ; Orcadian is NorthEast Scottish e.g. Celtic + Viking
Using 4 populations approximation
1 25% East_German + 25% Hinxton3 (ancient England) + 25% Orcadian + 25% Southwest_English @ 2.246