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Tom Potter

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Re: "WORLD'S MOST PRODUCTIVE SCIENTISTS" LIST
Posted: Apr 25, 2013 2:53 AM
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>"Graham Cooper" <grahamcooper7@gmail.com> wrote in message
>news:06647d86-4f61-4d50-8f18-482b43a478cc@pa2g2000pbb.googlegroups.com...
>On Apr 24, 1:19 pm, "Tom Potter" <tdp1...@yahoo.com> wrote:

>> "Graham Cooper" <grahamcoop...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>
>> news:33b1907d-7262-46db-a16c-8b239bfb648f@i20g2000pbq.googlegroups.com...
>> On Apr 23, 5:55 pm, "Tom Potter" <tdp1...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>
>>

>> >> Compare Einstein's most important invention
>> >> which is described at the URL below. to the:

>>
>> >> Apple - Jump started personal computing.
>>
>> >They bought off the shelf components and assembled
>> >them and got the disk drives working... ?

>>
>> >> Lisa - Jump started object oriented languages, mouse, etc..
>> >> Next - Platform for world's first web browser and
>> >> the software basis for today's Macintosh and Iphone systems.
>> >> Ipod - Set the standard for digital music players.
>> >> Itune store - Set the standard for online software stores.
>> >> Iphone - Set the standard for modern phones.
>> >> IPod - Set the standard for the tablet computers.
>> >> Pixar - Set the standard for computerized movie making.

>>
>> >> Compare Steve Jobs work with Einstein's patent which is described at
>> >> the
>> >> URL
>> >> below.

>>
>> >>http://www.google.com/patents?id=zRpsAAAAEBAJ&printsec=abstract&zoom=...
>>
>> >>http://allaboutstevejobs.com/movies/miscmovies.php
>>
>> >>http://allaboutstevejobs.com/movies/steveisms.php
>>
>> >> Also observe that Einstein created a model that
>> >> generate more heat than light and
>> >> wastes time, money. and minds,

>>
>> >> whereas Jobs created models
>> >> that set the standards in computing, music,
>> >> communications, marketing and movie making.>

>>
>> >These guys are salesmen, you put them on a scientists list!
>>
>> >a IPHONE???
>>
>> >Apple stole the WINDOWS GUI off XEROX
>>
>> >May as well add Calvin Klein to the list..
>>
>> >Herc
>>
>> It is interesting to see that my pal Herc
>> seems to believe that one has to be on
>> the public dole, steal the works of others,
>> and be promoted by the government or the Mass Media
>> to qualify as a scientist.
>>
>> After Pulitzer stole enough during the Civil war as a mercenary
>> and after the Civil War as a Carpet Bagger,
>> to buy the largest St. Louis and New York newspapers,
>>
>> Jews imulate him and flocked to the newspapers,
>> and after Edison invented audio and video recording ,
>> they stole his inventions and used the composite Mass Media
>> to make Einstein a Poster Boy to
>>
>> in order to rationalize why Jews came into conflict
>> with all of their neighbors throughout history,
>> and why the Jewish culture
>> was vastly inferior to the cultures of Egypt, Persia,
>> India, China, Greece, Rome, Mayan, Inca, Aztec, etc.
>>
>> Note for example although Einstein's model generates more heat than light
>> and wastes time, money and minds on pursuits
>> beyond man's capacity to ever experience in time and space,
>> like the beginning and end of time
>> and the mind of God,
>>
>> the Mass Media declared and promoted Einstein as
>> "The person of the century"
>>
>> even though hi model cannot compare to the Watson/Crick DNA model
>> that is used millions of times every day to improve health care,
>> improve food crops, fight crime, reconstruct history, etc.
>>
>> The best measure of the value of a new cultural input
>> is how well it succeeds in transforming culture.
>>

>As determined by who?
>
>All these great SCIENTISTS have EQUATIONS that they
>
>INVENTED / WORKED OUT depending on your Platonic Stance of
>Mathematics.
>
>--------------
>
>Euclid
>
>SUM(VERTICES) MOD 2 = 0
>-> STARTING POINT & ENDING POINT TO FULL PATH TRAVERSAL
>
>
>
>---------
>
>Newton
>
>G^2 = M1*M2/D^2
>
>-----------
>
>Maxwell
>
>MAXWELL E Q U A T I O N S !
>
>----------
>
>Faraday
>Volta
>Gregor Mendel
>Ohm
>Watson
>Crick
>Edison
>Lee de Forest
>Jack St. Clair Kilby
>Archimedes
>Edwin Howard Armstrong
>Claude E. Shannon
>Robert Gold
>Erwin Schrodinger
>Nikolay Basov
>Alexander Fleming
>Pierre Curie
>Samuel Hunter Christie
>Ludwig Boltzmann
>George Westinghouse
>Enrico Fermi
>Dmitri Garbuzov
>Gordon Gould
>John Harington
>Ted Hoff
>Steve Jobs
>Pieter van Musschenbroek
>Charles Wheatstone
>
>What USEFUL PHYSICS EQUATION did Jobs formulate??
>
>I make up a new logic equation every month on sci.logic
>
>Last week was my AXIOM OF CONSISTENCY
>
>ALL(X):THEORY X
>All theorems must be true.
>
>so does Zuhair..
>
>
>----------
>
>COOPER:
>
>$sql="SELECT HEADS.id AS 'HID', QUERY.buds AS 'QB' FROM QUERY INNER
>JOIN HEADS ON QUERY.ref=HEADS.ref AND QUERY.term=HEADS.term GROUP BY
>HID HAVING COUNT(HID)=$qc-SUM(QB)";
>
>this is my 5GL predicate matching Engine
>(does 100 lines of the PROLOG ENGINE)
>
>Computers will be HARDWARE OPTIMISED to run this single SQL statement
>in 10 years!
>
>
>---------
>
>
>COOPER:
>
>E(S) A(X) XeS <-> p(X)
><->
>E(S) A(X) XeS <-> p(X)
>
>My CONSISTENT SET THEORY Axiom
>
>---------
>
>Say I'm a Book Publisher, let me know when I have to reference Jobs
>when citing which equation!
>
>PROFITS = |iPHONES| / $$
>
>----------
>
>I'm not saying he didn't contribute the latest transformation to
>cosmopolitan living.. but why is BILL GATES vilified and Jobs honored?
>
>What about the billion small businesses using MS OFFICE for 20 years?
>
>-----------
>
>USER FRIENDLY INTERFACE = HAPPY CUSTOMERS
>
>=/= World Class Scientist
>
>Herc


Interesting!

Why don't you explasin some of your equations?


--
Tom Potter

http://the-cloud-machine.tk
http://tiny.im/390k





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