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Quantum vs The Microcomputer Industrial Complex
Posted: Apr 24, 2013 12:17 PM
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Microsoft didn't create DOS (which stands for 'Disk Operating
System')... IBM didn't create DOS... The world's quantum experts of
the 1950's, 60's, and 70's created DOS... DOS was the penultimate
proof of quantum but then guess what? Quantum wants to pull the old
switchero on the microcomputer industrial complex and claim that DOS
isn't quantum anymore and all you have is pseudo-quantum if you don't
go with RISC... The microcomputer industrial complex defiantly claims
they will make systems transparent to the user. Well, systems are
transparent to the nigger... Isn't that good enough? It's troubling
that I have too much in common with Bill Gates since neither one of us
has an appreciation for the fine arts... (Can we at least either agree
or agree to disagree that Mozart was a faggot?... I have an opinion
and so doesn't that at least count for something?) Schrodinger has as
much in common with me as he does with Bill Gates... Schrodinger is a
virtuoso. I honestly don't know why Schrodinger's Wave equation is
presented to undergraduates in Engineering since it's mostly only
relevant to a virtuoso with an appreciation for fine arts. DOS quantum
doesn't bother the Jew. Jews know how to manage niggers. If a nigger
even has time to complain, that that just means you need to crack the
whip and make the nigger work harder. A Jew owned business readily
transfers to the next generation. White owned businesses typically get
bought out by a corporate entity because the children of business
owners don't care to manage the details of operating a business.
Scientists of Schrodinger's caliber are benevolent dictators and
that's OK... but what is Bill Gates? Just because Bill Gates
empathizes with benevolent dictators, that doesn't mean Bill Gates is
a benevolent dictator.

Academe expects a virtuoso to beg for a job which is obviously a less
than ideal situation for me and a less than ideal consequence should
be expected... Chemistry says to a virtuoso, 'Go to physics!'... I
think I need more than that, wouldn't you agree? Can I get a
reference? An introduction? A letter of introduction? Going to physics
is out of the question without the confidence of having something to
fall back on... I have the confidence to 'Go to chemistry!' without
any introduction or reference since I'm following in Richard Smalley's

Schrodinger may be the last of his kind is what it amounts to. Bill
Gate's defiance basically translates into a class war in which
everybody loses.

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