The main page was getting too big, so this sub-topic was pushed into its own page.
I can't remember where I got this.
- A reference herein ends up linking to https://www.monroeinstitute.org/
- In various bits of pseudoscience, they say "theory" but ought to say "hypothesis".
- TODO - Finish linking the references.
TODO - Look up the references and clean them up
An interview of Dr. Jorge Conesa, The Language and Cognition laboratory/NLC, by Al chan
SP = sleep paralysis
Properly titled Lynne Levitan and Stephen LaBerge - Other Worlds: Out-Of-Body Experiences and Lucid Dreams
Just some vague notes for a stillborn project.
People have different desires and needs. Mine will be different than many people's desires and needs, and as such, some of the items which disqualify one particular product may not do so for you. Here is the list of qualifying factors which I kept in mind when researching palmtops:
Viktor Frankel developed a philosophy called "Logotherapy". Logotherapy helps an individual detect his unique meaning or mission in life by reexamining his personal vision and values to assure they are based on principles and reality.
todo - make a proper page
Inspired by BeOS
A file can be "summarized" into a short string. That string can be compared with the file again to determine if it's the same file. This is often used when downloading a file to check it after the fact. This sort of thing is built into compression software, but using md5sum is way faster/easier because it doesn't need to put the file in a container and uncompress it to use it.
There are various other programs which do similar things, like
sha256sum. These all come with almost all Linux distributions.
I prefer cfv - Tests/creates .sfv, .csv, .crc, .md5(sfv-like), md5sum, bsd md5, sha1sum, and .torrent files.