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Entries for January, 2009

Hamas was Democratically Elected, but Israel has a Right to Defend Herself – The Allegations of War Crimes Pose Difficult Questions for the International Community

Let us be absolutely clear, Hamas was democratically elected. I hear this all the time. What right have we to disagree with their views and policies when we do not live in Palestine? What right does Israel have to meddle in another countries leadership? Well, most tyrants in this world were [...]

The Bush Legacy – Iraq War, Budget Deficit, Guantanamo, Hurricane Katrina and the Election of Barack Obama

As George W Bush gets into the helicopter to leave at Obamas inauguration, a small cheer goes up from the crowd! I can’t help reflecting on what mission this man claims to have accomplished in his eight years? As someone who noticed the nature of the beast early, and opposed the Iraq war since it [...]

Windows 7 Review – Installation, Boot Speed, Interface, Usability, Compatibility and an nForce 3 Vista Drivers Fix

An Honest and Thorough Windows 7 Review
Well, it’s finally here! Microsoft announced within the last few days that they would make the BETA test version of Windows 7 available for download. It took a little persuasion, but a friend convinced me to give it a try. Here is my Windows 7 review.
First off it [...]

Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) Overview Part I – Importance of Heuristics and Teaching Machines To Think

Shortly after his arrest in 1952, a broken Alan Turing wrote to his friend, Norman Routledge:
“Turing believes machines think
Turing lies with men
Therefore machines do not think”
Fortunately, history did not let any of the (prejudiced) controversy surrounding his personal life, invalidate any of his work. But this was not the symbolic logic of a mathematical mind, [...]


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