Quantum computers make use of subatomic particles that change states. The idea for quantum computers stems from regular computers.The idea for regular computers stems from the printed word.The idea for the printed word stems from the written word.The idea for the written word stems from the spoken.The idea for the spoken word stems from the brain.The idea for the brain stems from sexual reproduction.The idea for sexual reproduction stems from DNA.The idea for DNA stems from subatomic particles changing states.And we're back to quantum computers.Is the universe a quantum computer?On
the first day, God created light. Does that mean He created the
subatomic particles called photons? Because at that point in time there
was nothing to emit light (neither sun nor stars. They were created in
day 4) and nothing to reflect light. And photons have spin so they can
change state. Ergo, God created a quantum computer and now we are
creating our own (or hacking His). We are hacking the universe in order
to make it do computations for us.
L.A. is short for Los Angeles. But..., Los Angeles is short for (Are you ready for this?)El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora, la Reina de Los Angeles del Rio Porciuncula.That name is SO LONG..., white people had to abbreviated twice.
Maybe they just want to see how the other half lives ;)The dating app, Tinder, announced a new feature whichgives users 37 different gender identity options.It's called:The reason why the Democrats lost the election.
Garrett Morris: Good evening, and welcome to "Black Perspective". I'm your host, Garrett Morris. Tonight our guest is Mr. Julian Bond, and we'll be talking about the myths surrounding black I.Q. Specifically, the myth that whites are inherently more intelligent than blacks. Julian Bond: Good evening, Garrett. Garrett Morris: Now, Julian, perhaps you could explain something to me. In all these studies comparing black I.Q. to white I.Q., what kind of test is used to measure I.Q.'s in the first place? Julian Bond: Well, this is the major problem with these studies. The measurements of I.Q. which form the basis of comparison come from tests composed by whites for whites. The tests are culturally biased; it's not surprising that whites would score better than blacks. Garrett Morris: Could you give us an example of what you're talking about? Julian Bond: Certainly. Here are some questions that have appeared on recent I.Q. tests. Number one: "You have been invited over for cocktails by the officer of your trust fund. Cocktails begin at 4:30, but you must make an appearance at a 6:00 formal dinner at the Yacht Club. What do you do about dress?A. Wear your blue-striped seersucker suit to cocktails and change into your tuxedo in the bathroom, apologizing to your host for the inconvenience.B. Wear your tuxedo to cocktails, apologizing to your host for wearing a dinner jacket before 6:00 PM.C. Walk to the subway at Columbus Circle and take the "A" Train uptown." Garrett Morris: Uh.. I guess I'd choose the last one. Julian Bond: I'm sorry, that's incorrect. Garrett Morris: Damn. Julian Bond: Here's another: "When waxing your skis for a cross-country run, you should..." Garrett Morris: [ interrupting ] Well, I think I understand the problem with the tests. But the fact is that people have been saying that white people are smarter than black for hundreds of years. We've only had I.Q. tests for 20 or 30 years. How did the idea of white intellectual superiority originate? Julian Bond: That's an interesting point. My theory is that it's based on the fact that light-skinned blacks are smarter than dark-skinned blacks. Garrett Morris: [ not sure he heard that right ] Say what? Julian Bond: I said I think it might have grown out of the observation that light-skinned blacks are smarter than dark-skinned blacks. Garrett Morris: I don't get it. Julian Bond: It's got nothing to do with having white blood. It's just that descendants of the lighter-skinned African tribes are more intelligent than the descendants of the darker-skinned tribes. Everybody knows that. Garrett Morris: This is the first time I've heard of it. Julian Bond: Seriously? It was proven a long time ago. Garrett Morris: Well, I still don't quite understand. We're out of time right now, but perhaps you could come back on the show again and explain it further. Julian Bond: There's very little to explain - it's just like I told you. Garrett Morris: Well, we are out of time. Good night. [ to Julian ] If you could repeat it just once more...
Some Palestinians chose to die fighting for what they believe.Refugees chose to risk it all trying to escape a repressive regime.Illegal aliens chose to risk their life crossing the border for a chance at a better life.A slave chooses to remain a slave.