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  1. #1
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    Jan 2010
    Wisconsin USA

    mathematical equalities

    I was wondering if there are any mathematical theories of what exists as follows. Is there some rate of change of curvature equivalent to some other parameter that would require what exists to exist?

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    Apr 2012
    I have no idea what you mean by, ''what exists to exists''.

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    Feb 2003
    Depew, NY
    In my readings I have stumbled across "cryo arithmetic engines" in the Revelation Space series of Sci-fi novels.

    That lead me to look up entropy and I found references to software that requires "input from the future states" in computations "now". I did get the sense that the software was simply using a cache of settings from prior runs to initiate a process "now" that will generate new settings that will be used for that process. If I can find the link I will post it.

    "You're only given one little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it." Robin Williams.

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    Jun 2009
    In 2D calculus, a given rate of change of curvature is a spiral.

    In electronics, a circuit whose inputs depend on past outputs is called a sequential circuit. A basic logic circuit like this is a flip flop, which is often used for memory.

    Nothing revolutionary here.

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