23 Jan 2007 ncm   » (Master)

chalst: (In reference to Tupper's Self-Referential Formula) Let's see if I understand this. It seems to be suggesting that, because an image can be represented as a sequence of bits, and so can a large number, by choosing a large number with just the right bits you can represent any image you like -- even a rendering of the mathematical formula you chose to implement the rendering.

Revolutionary.

Perhaps automated calculation can someday be used to compile tables of settings to enable accurate cannon targeting.

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