## …in which The Universe implies Itself.

This is the story of what all things truly are, where they came from, and why. And we’re going to start with the notion of thought; experience; subjective reality. Sentience. Let’s take the computational—or at least, physical, scientific, quantifiable, etc.—basis of mind and its interminable subjective experience as a given. I ask only that we…

## early dall-e

Early screwing around with DALL-E 2.

## How to destroy the universe with a hypercomputer

How to squash the infinite cosmos by using a larger infinity.

## A new trivial proof of Bertrand’s Postulate

Create a graph defined on all $(x,y)$ pairs for $x,y\in\mathbb Z$ as follows: $(x,y)$ is a coordinate pair referring to one vertex/node, all of which are laid out in a grid graph. Every vertex $(x,y)$ has an edge leading either north (up, $+y$) or west (left, $-x$). If $\gcd(x,y)=1$, that is, $x$ is coprime to…

## More switchgraphs

Pure/simple x (0,0)-(260,260) Pure/simple x (-100,-100)-(100,100) Pure/simple x^2 – 1 (-120,-30)-(120,120) Pure/simple x^2 + 1(-120,-30)-(120,120)