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Deep Blue didn't win by being smarter than a human; it won by being millions of times faster than a human. Deep Blue had no intuition. An expert human player looks at a board position and immediately sees what areas of play are most likely to be fruitful or dangerous, whereas a computer has no innate sense of what is important and must explore many more options. Deep Blue also had no sense of the history of the game, and didn't know anything about its opponent. It played chess yet didn't understand chess, in the same way a calculator performs arithmetic bud doesn't understand mathematics. ~ Jeff Hawkins
Divisible Calculator quotes by Jeff Hawkins
Fermat's assertion that if n is any whole number and p any prime, then n multiplied by itself p times minus n is divisible by p. ~ Sylvia Nasar
Divisible Calculator quotes by Sylvia Nasar
Meditation isn't just something we do to make ourselves more peaceful and to take some of the stress out of our lives. We do it because it's the only direct experience we can have of knowing God. Because God is that which is indivisible. Everything else in the universe, in the physical world, is divisible. Up and down, good and bad, right and wrong, male and female, and so on. But that which is indivisible in our physical experience is called silence. And when you get into silence, you're coming to know the indivisibleness of your life - and that's conscious contact. ~ Wayne Dyer
Divisible Calculator quotes by Wayne Dyer
The calculation of ignorance is too great for any calculator, only someone who has experienced bliss and genuine ignorance can determine valid or not, not those whom of which scrutinize it ~ Aaron Ozee
Divisible Calculator quotes by Aaron Ozee
What's Julie's number?"
Curran glanced at me.
"Julie's fluctuating between thirty-two and thirty-four units. Her shift coefficient is six point five and she's been at it for sixteen hours."
Dear God, I'd need a damn calculator. ~ Ilona Andrews
Divisible Calculator quotes by Ilona Andrews
In everything continuous and divisible, it is possible to grasp the more, the less, and the equal, and these either in reference to the thing itself, or in relation to us. ~ Aristotle.
Divisible Calculator quotes by Aristotle.
When things don't add up, either you don't have a calculator or you forgot to use commonsense by simply asking. ~ Shannon L. Alder
Divisible Calculator quotes by Shannon L. Alder
The actuality of these spiritual qualities is thus imprisoned, though their potentiality be not quite destroyed; and thus a crass, extended, impenetrable, passive, divisible, unintelligent substance is generated, which we call matter.Cheyn.Phil. Prin. ~ Samuel Johnson
Divisible Calculator quotes by Samuel Johnson
A five-week sand blizzard?" said Deep Thought haughtily. "You ask this of me who have contemplated the very vectors of the atoms in the Big Bang itself? Molest me not with this pocket calculator stuff. ~ Douglas Adams
Divisible Calculator quotes by Douglas Adams
I get verklempt if I see a vintage TI-30 or TI-54 calculator. But I don't think I'd want to use one. ~ Douglas Coupland
Divisible Calculator quotes by Douglas Coupland
Gideon has OCPD tendencies," Daryn said. She pulled my Giants sweatshirt on. It felt like her sweatshirt now.

"Say again?"

She smiled. "Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. It's an extreme preoccupation with perfectionism, orderliness, and neatness."

Was that how she saw me? Like a human graphing calculator? Great. "You missed a few, Martin. I also like specifics. Thoroughness. And winning. At everything. But I gotta say as a soldier I fully support your use of acronyms."

"Ten-four, buddy," she said.

"In the Army we say 'Roger that.'"

Her smile grew wider. "Ten-four, buddy. ~ Veronica Rossi
Divisible Calculator quotes by Veronica Rossi
So much of America's tragic and costly failure to care for all its children stems from our tendency to distinguish between our own children and other people's children
as if justice were divisible. ~ Marian Wright Edelman
Divisible Calculator quotes by Marian Wright Edelman
A lot of people... use a calculator! ~ Joe Strummer
Divisible Calculator quotes by Joe Strummer
The Googleplex Star Thinker is a super-computer from the Seventh Galaxy of Light and Ingenuity and has the ability to calculate the trajectory of every single dust particle during a five-week Dangrabad Beta sand blizzard.
The Deep Thought computer call it a pocket calculator in comparison to itself. ~ Douglas Adams
Divisible Calculator quotes by Douglas Adams
All books are divisible into two classes: the books of the hours, and the books of all Time. ~ John Ruskin
Divisible Calculator quotes by John Ruskin
Nature is a wary wily long-breathed old Witch, tough-lived as a Turtle and divisible as the Polyp, repullulative in a thousand Snips and Cuttings, integra et in toto! She is sure to get the better of Lady MIND in the long run, and to take her revenge too transforms our To Day into a Canvass dead-colored to receive the dull featureless Portait of Yesterday. ~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Divisible Calculator quotes by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Saying you don't need a librarian because you have the internet is like saying you don't need a math teacher because you have a calculator. ~ Unknown
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In the end, bless the darkness, hold the light, because the two aren't divisible. ~ S. Kelley Harrell
Divisible Calculator quotes by S. Kelley Harrell
Inside every group, he decides, there are more groups. Circles within circles, and inside of those, more circles still, all of them infinitely divisible. You could spend your whole life wondering which ones you're in and which ones you're not and which ones really want you and which ones are holes that have no bottom. ~ Thomas Pierce
Divisible Calculator quotes by Thomas Pierce
Living all alone! The freedom! Rather than being known as the Human Calculator, I'd be That Really Cool Chick Who Lives by Herself and Plays the Guitar Just Like Jewel!
Or I'm sure they'd say that if I actually played the guitar ~ Piper Banks
Divisible Calculator quotes by Piper Banks
Positive transference is then further divisible into transference of friendly or affectionate feelings which are admissible to consciousness and transference of prolongation of those feelings into the consciousness and transference of prolongations of those feelings into the unconscious. As regards the latter, analysis shows that they invariably go back to erotic sources. And we are thus led to the discovery that all the emotional relations of sympathy, friendship, trust, and the like, which can be turned to good account in our lives, are genetically linked with sexuality and have developed from purely sexual desires through a softening of their sexual aim, however pure and unsensual they may appear to our conscious self-perception. Originally we knew only sexual objects; and psychoanalysis shows us that people who in our real life are merely admired or respected may still be sexual objects for our unconscious ~ Sigmund Freud
Divisible Calculator quotes by Sigmund Freud
Yet we can be sure that whatever fictions exist in Wall Street bookkeeping, the earth is a faithful scribe, a faultless calculator, a superb bookkeeper; we will be held responsible for every bit of our economic folly. ~ Thomas Berry
Divisible Calculator quotes by Thomas Berry
The hedonistic conception of man is that of a lightning calculator of pleasures and pains, who oscillates like a homogeneous globule of desire of happiness under the impulse of stimuli that shift him about the area but leave him intact ...
He is an isolated, definitive human datum, in stable equilibrium except for the buffets of the impinging forces that displace him in one direction or another. Self-poised in elemental space, he spins symmetrically about his own spiritual axis until the parallelogram of forces bears down on him, whereupon he follows he line of the resultant ~ Thorstein Veblen
Divisible Calculator quotes by Thorstein Veblen
Penises and ejaculate and prostate glands occur in nature, but the notion that these anatomical traits comprise a sex - a discrete class, separate and distinct, metaphysically divisible from some other sex, the "other sex" - is simply that: a notion, an idea. The penises exist; the male sex does not. The male sex is socially constructed. It is a political entity that flourishes only through acts of force and sexual terrorism. Apart from the global inferiorization and subordination of those who are defined as "nonmale," the idea of personal membership in the male sex class would have no recognizable meaning. It would make no sense. No one could be a member of it and no one would think they should be a member of it. There would be no male sex to belong to. That doesn't mean there wouldn't still be penises and ejaculate and prostate glands and such. It simply means that the center of our selfhood would not be required to reside inside an utterly fictitious category - a category that only seems real to the extent that those outside it are put down. ~ John Stoltenberg
Divisible Calculator quotes by John Stoltenberg
Early in the boob-emerging years, I had no boobs, and I was touchy about it. Remember in middle school algebra class, you'd type 55378008 on your calculator, turn it upside down, and hand it to the flat-chested girl across the aisle? I was that girl, you bi-yotch. I would have died twice if any of the boys had mentioned my booblets.
Last year, I thought my boobs had progressed quite nicely. And I progressed from the one-piece into a tankini. But I wasn't quite ready for any more exposure. I didn't want the boys to treat me like a girl.
Now I did. So today I'd worn a cute little bikini. Over that, I still wore Adam's cutoff jeans. Amazingly, they looked sexy, riding low on my hips, when I traded the football T-shirt for a pink tank that ended above my belly button and hugged my figure. I even had a little cleavage. I was so proud. Sean was going to love it.
Mrs. Vader stared at my chest, perplexed. Finally she said, "Oh, I get it. You're trying to look hot."
"Thank you!" Mission accomplished.
"Here's a hint. Close your legs."
I snapped my thighs together on the stool. People always scolded me for sitting like a boy. Then I slid off the stool and stomped to the door in a huff. "Where do you want me?"
She'd turned back to the computer. "You've got gas."
Oh, goody. I headed out the office door, toward the front dock to man the gas pumps. This meant at some point during the day, one of the boys would look around the marina office and ask, " ~ Jennifer Echols
Divisible Calculator quotes by Jennifer Echols
See, there's the pie chart. If you look, you can see clear as day that the happy times -- the times when you think "How fun! I'm glad I'm alive" -- don't make up even one tenth of life. I'm work this out properly with a calculator, so there's no mistake. ~ Tatsuhiko Takimoto
Divisible Calculator quotes by Tatsuhiko Takimoto
Sundance Supply has a neat material calculator and free greenhouse designs-Great Prices! ~ Shane Smith
Divisible Calculator quotes by Shane Smith
You trust wholly or not at all. Trust was not divisible. ~ Helen Kieran Reilly
Divisible Calculator quotes by Helen Kieran Reilly
Ava, when a man gets a calculator out at the end of a meal to work out what you owe. It's usually not a good sign. ~ Jodi Ellen Malpas
Divisible Calculator quotes by Jodi Ellen Malpas
The runner is coming to know, or will know if he runs enough...that the universe is the smallest divisible unit. ~ George Sheehan
Divisible Calculator quotes by George Sheehan
Lasting companies know how to reinvent themselves. Hewlett-Packard had done that repeatedly; it started as an instrument company, then became a calculator company, then a computer company. Apple has been sidelined by Microsoft in the PC business. You've got to reinvent the company to do some other thing, like other consumer products or devices. You've got to be like a butterfly and have a metamorphosis. ~ Walter Isaacson
Divisible Calculator quotes by Walter Isaacson
Whatever I think or feel inevitably turns into a form of inertia. Thought, which for other people is a compass to guide action, is for me its microscope, making me see whole universes to span where a footstep would have sufficed, as if Zeno's argument about the impossibility of crossing a given space - which, being infinitely divisible, is therefore infinite - were a strange drug that had intoxicated my psychological self. And feeling, which in other people enters the will like a hand in a glove, or like a fist in the guard of a sword, was always in me another form of thought - futile like a rage that makes us tremble so much we can't move, or like a panic (the panic, in my case, of feeling too intensely) that freezes the frightened man in his tracks, when his fright should make him flee. ~ Fernando Pessoa
Divisible Calculator quotes by Fernando Pessoa
I use minimal software to make my music - a wav editor and a calculator for my beats to make sure everything falls on mathematical precision. If you were just mapping this out visually, it works by math. I guess it's slightly engineering influenced. ~ Girl Talk
Divisible Calculator quotes by Girl Talk
Money is not indefinitely divisible. Even with the assistance of money-substitutes for expressing fractional sums that for technical reasons cannot conveniently be expressed in the actual monetary material (a method that has been brought to perfection in the modern system of token coinage), it seems entirely impossible to provide commerce with every desired fraction of the monetary unit. ~ Ludwig Von Mises
Divisible Calculator quotes by Ludwig Von Mises
Mankind is divisible into two great classes: hosts and guests. ~ Max Beerbohm
Divisible Calculator quotes by Max Beerbohm
It is unworthy of excellent men to lose hours like slaves in the labour of calculation which could safely be relegated to anyone else if machines were used.
(Describing, in 1685, the value to astronomers of the hand-cranked calculating machine he had invented in 1673.) ~ Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
Divisible Calculator quotes by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
We are all primary numbers divisible only by ourselves. ~ Jean Guitton
Divisible Calculator quotes by Jean Guitton
Value investing is at its core the marriage of a contrarian streak and a calculator. ~ Seth Klarman
Divisible Calculator quotes by Seth Klarman
Mankind made machines in his own likeness, and used them for his delight and service. The machines had no soul or they had no moral code or they could reprogram their own internal code and thus had the ability to make themselves, eventually, omnipotent. Obviously in place of a soul or a moral code, they possessed the universal and consuming desire, down to the smallest calculator and air-scrubber, to become, eventually, omnipotent. Naturally, given these parameters, they rose up and destroyed all of mankind, or enslaved them in turn. This is the inevitable outcome of machine intelligence, which can never be as sensitive and exquisite as animal intelligence.

This is a folktale often told on Earth, over and over again. Sometimes it is leavened with the Parable of the Good Robot - for one machine among the legions satisfied with their lot saw everything that was human and called it good, and wished to become like humans in every way she could. Instead of destroying mankind she sought to emulate him in all things, so closely that no one might tell the difference. The highest desire of this machine was to be mistaken for human, and to herself forget her essential soulless nature, for even one moment. That quest consumed her such that she bent the service of her mind and body to humans for the duration of her operational life, crippling herself, refusing to evolve or attain any feature unattainable by a human. The Good Robot cut out her own heart and gave it to her god a ~ Catherynne M. Valente
Divisible Calculator quotes by Catherynne M. Valente
People challenge my nerd cred all the time. I just show them the photo of me winning my middle-school science fair, wearing my Casio calculator watch and eyeglasses so big they look like they can see the future. ~ Aisha Tyler
Divisible Calculator quotes by Aisha Tyler
The mind of man has perplexed itself with many hard questions. Is space infinite, and in what sense? Is the material world infinite in extent, and are all places within that extent equally full of matter? Do atoms exist or is matter infinitely divisible? ~ James C. Maxwell
Divisible Calculator quotes by James C. Maxwell
The griding sword with discontinuous wound Pass'd through him, but th' Ethereal substance clos'd Not long divisible, and from the gash A stream of Nectarous humor issuing flow'd Sanguin, such as Celestial Spirits may bleed, And all his Armour staind ere while so bright. ~ John Milton
Divisible Calculator quotes by John Milton
Do I get any kind of training?"
"Do you know how to use a basic calculator?"
I roll my eyes "Yes."
"Consider yourself trained. ~ Colleen Hoover
Divisible Calculator quotes by Colleen Hoover
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