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Sometimes But Not Always

If you look closely in the windshield of this "automobile", a digitized face will look back at you. Is this a reflection, the creation of the creator. Big data is the determiner. Let's see where the statistics lie! Binary off/on logic is an open-and-close case.

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Sometimes But Not Always

The oldest, shortest words — "yes" and "no" — are those which require the most thought.

- Pythagoras (570-495 BC)

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Sometimes But Not Always

If you look closely in the windshield of this "automobile", a digitized face will look back at you. Is this a reflection, the creation of the creator? Big data is the determiner. Let's see where the statistics lie! Binary off/on logic is an open-and-close case. The ethics of "yes" and "no" is what Pythagorus is referring to. Mathematics was his contribution. What's yours?


Pythagoras

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