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Esperanto, not Sim Theory

Discussion in 'Journals' started by Eddi, Jan 17, 2022.

  1. Eddi

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    Dear Journal,

    I have quit trying to tell the whole world that reality is a simulation

    Instead, I have decided to dedicate my life to convincing the world to adopt Esperanto as an international languauge

    This may also be somewhat unrealistic

    But it's certainly more socially acceptable

    In life, we get to choose what type of person we become...

    And I would much rather be known as a person who advocates Esperanto than a person who believes reality is a simulation :D
     
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  2. ChristineM

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    Tio estas pli bona celo ol vivi en matrico.

    Efektive mi trompis, ĝi estas de google translate
     
  3. Seeker of White Light

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    Ummmm that sound like a Mix of many languages :confused:
     
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  4. ChristineM

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    Could be, i have no idea if Google translate is playing me for a fool
     
  5. Seeker of White Light

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    For me, English is the language i believe together with French should be International language as they already are
     
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  6. Suave

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    I'd really like English to be the international language, so then I would not need to bother with learning any other languages..

    I agree with the notion of our simulated universe.

    Please let us note the discovery of error correcting codes within the equations of symmetry is a rigorously proven theorem.

    Reference: https://www.quora.com/Is-theoretica...mmunity-and-has-it-been-corroborated-by-other

    Is theoretical physicist James Gates’ intriguing discovery of error-correcting codes within the equations of supersymmetry accepted within the theoretical physicist community, and has it been corroborated by other physicists?

    Tristan Hubsch
    , PhD Physics, University of Maryland, College Park (1987)
    Answered 3 years ago · Author has 1.4K answers and 1M answer views

    A.: The discovery is a rigorously proven theorem.

    To be precise, the (error-detecting and error-correcting binary doubly-even linear block) codes were discovered/identified within the classification of worldline off-shell supermultiplets without central charge [On Graph-Theoretic Identifications of Adinkras, Supersymmetry Representations and Superfields, by C.F. Doran, M.G. Faux, S.J. Gates, Jr., T. Hübsch, K.M. Iga and G.D. Landweber: Int. J. Mod. Phys. A22 (2007) 869-930, arXiv:math-ph/0512016]. It was then proven that these (minimal) supermultiplets in turn encode the continuum of all possible worldline supermultiplets [On General Off-Shell Representations of Worldline (1D) Supersymmetry, by C.F. Doran, T. Hübsch, K.M. Iga and G.D. Landweber: Symmetry 6 no. 1, (2014) 67–88, arXiv:1310.3258]. See also my answer to “James Gates claims that he found code in string theory. Does that imply that we live in a simulation?”

    If string theory proves to be a valid explanation for the fundamental constituents of the universe being one-dimensional “strings” rather than point-like particles, then the computer code found within string theory could be a real indication of our simulated universe being controlled by God!
     
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  7. Audie

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    Singlish, not English
     
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  8. ChristineM

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    I kind of like reading manuals for Chinese produced goods that have been translated to Korean or Taiwanese before hitting Europe, usually Spain or Poland where the manual is retranslated again. And eventually into English.
     
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    Pssst...Ixnay on the Esperanto say,
    eWay areyay imulatedsay..
     
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  10. Estro Felino

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    It already is.
    A Romanian and a Bulgarian...
    In what language do you think they communicate?


    Or Italians and Greeks. What language do they use to communicate?
     
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    I'm not a fan of foreign languages.

    It's an Autism thing. One language is hard enough to master.
    I flunked out of virtually every foreign language class in school.
    To put this into context, Nam was raging and the only way out
    was being in college and all colleges required a foreign language.
    So my failure was a sure ticket to the draft. Motivation +++.

    Didn't help. Strangely, I learned prayerbook Hebrew no problem.
    (didn't qualify)
     
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    Languages more similar to one's own are the easiest to master. One of the complaints about Esperanto is that it's too Indo-European based.

    Nevertheless, it's fairly simple and, more importantly, regular.
    Half the problem of learning foreign languages is mastering the orthography and exceptions to the rules. These are minimized in Esperanto.
     
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    Esperanto was invented by one person.
    Who is he? God on Earth?

    I speak 5 languages.
    I too can invent a foreign language .
    Why shall we speak a language invented by you, by him or by me?

    English already exists. It is the language we all use.
     
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    What prompted this?

    I like to use Google Translate to translate lyrics from English to a different language to a different language to a different language to a different language to English.
     
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    Actually i used to do similar when writing official documents in french (tax office, health service etc). Type in English, translate to French then translate back to English, if i can make sense of it then use the French translation.
     
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    I have come to share Zamenhof's dream :D
     
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    Makes sense.

    I do what I do for laughs. :D
     
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  18. ChristineM

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    And why not. I have to admit that some of my results were hilarious.
     
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    Needs the orthography cleaned up a little, don't you think?
     
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    Strangely enough. this just got recommended to me by youtube. (THEY'RE ALWAYS WATCHING)

     
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