Re: Kernel upgrade time
God doesn't use base-2 computing systems; He uses base-4 systems; and
they're not based on silicon, but on dexoyribonucleic acids. And instead
of grouping the operands as bytes, He groups them as codons (triplets).
And by the judicious use of noops (mistaken until recently as "junk
DNA"), the code does some really neat regulation processes, preventing
the overproduction of proteins in certain cases. And I've heard that by
shifting the start bit, a routine can take on an entirely different
function (thus having two modules on one bit of code - which is an
incredible concept), but I'm not sure about this one. And the code sits
on, and reproduces, its own machine on which to run. Really awesome
programming and machine design. We _wish_ we could do a tenth as well
with our systems. Maybe some day -- "like father, like son" (or daughter
- no sexism intended here, folks).
On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 09:44:26AM +0200, Johann Spies wrote:
On Mon, Dec 01, 2003 at 11:03:33PM -0800, Tom wrote:
God, I hate dicking with the kernel.
Did God answer you on this complaint?
God uses Windows. Didn't you know that?