Simulate Quotes

Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Categories: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
its-turns-out-to-be-much-easier-to-simulate-grandmaster-chess-player-than-it-is-to-simulate-2yearold-alison-gopnik
theres-no-way-to-really-mock-up-simulate-what-im-doing-until-im-there-an-exhibition-for-me-is-not-statement-but-experiment
even-though-nasa-tries-to-simulate-launch-we-practice-in-simulators-its-not-same-its-not-even-close-to-same-sally-ride
there-is-no-disguise-that-can-for-long-conceal-love-where-it-exists-or-simulate-it-where-it-does-not
there-is-no-disguise-which-can-hide-love-for-long-where-it-exists-or-simulate-it-where-it-does-not
every-training-session-i-try-to-simulate-conditions-similar-to-where-i-am-racing
with-lab-courses-we-may-be-able-to-simulate-lot-that-reduce-costs
if-people-want-to-simulate-godly-lifestyle-great-if-they-dont-good-luck-with-that
when-you-stimulate-your-body-your-brain-comes-alive-in-ways-you-cant-simulate-in-sedentary-position-twyla-tharp
lets-take-flight-simulation-as-example-if-youre-trying-to-train-pilot-you-can-simulate-almost-whole-course-you-dont-have-to-get-in-airplane-until-late-in-process
in-soviets-view-chess-was-not-merely-art-science-even-sport-it-was-what-it-had-been-invented-to-simulate-war-pal-benko
as-society-in-turmoil-we-are-going-to-see-more-more-various-attempts-to-simulate-order-through-repression-art-is-historical-target-for-such-adrienne-rich
no-rendering-can-really-simulate-way-light-bounces-off-bronze-panel-from-some-angles-its-almost-mirror-from-others-its-matte-surface
lets-take-flight-simulation-as-example-if-youre-trying-to-train-pilot-you-can-simulate-almost-whole-course-you-dont-have-to-get-in-airplane-until-roy-romer
id-say-that-we-dream-primarily-same-way-that-we-have-consciousness-world-for-same-reason-basically-that-our-brains-evolve-to-simulate-reality-to-control-whats-happening-around-us
we-dream-primarily-same-way-that-we-have-consciousness-world-for-same-reason-basically-that-our-brains-evolve-to-simulate-reality-to-control-amy-hardie
a-play-is-made-by-sensing-how-the-forces-in-life-simulate-ignoranceyou-set-free-the-concealed-irony-the-deadly-joke
we-know-from-biology-that-new-forms-organisms-simulate-their-primitive-form-as-closely-as-possible-at-first-even-though-obliged-to-exist-under-wilhelm-ostwald
the-idea-photographing-arab-man-naked-having-him-simulate-homosexual-activity-having-american-gi-woman-in-photographs-is-end-society-in-their-eyes
in-this-day-age-when-you-can-use-machine-computer-to-simulate-emulate-what-people-can-do-together-it-still-cant-replace-magic-four-people-in-room-playing
no-matter-what-you-do-in-offseason-you-cant-simulate-putting-spikes-on-standing-in-grass-being-around-your-teammates-when-youre-around-your-teammates-you-step-it-up-notch-its-jus
all-things-being-equal-if-we-could-simulate-same-scenario-he-has-lot-more-difficult-task-hes-elected-to-swim-six-individual-events-as-opposed-to-what-i-elected-to-do-which-was-fo
we-have-ability-at-such-high-fidelity-to-simulate-physical-world-through-computers-but-when-spiritual-world-human-behavior-comes-into-play-we-dont-buzz-aldrin
i-may-not-be-great-actress-but-ive-become-greatest-at-screen-orgasms-ten-seconds-heavy-breathing-roll-your-head-from-side-to-side-simulate-slight-candice-bergen
shorter-daylight-hours-can-affect-sleep-productivity-state-mind-light-therapy-also-known-as-phototherapy-may-help-it-uses-light-boxes-emitting-andrew-weil
it-is-not-true-that-men-prefer-foolish-women-rather-they-prefer-women-who-can-simulate-foolishness-whenever-necessary-which-is-core-intelligence-paul-eldridge
i-cant-simulate-you-with-moon-moon-is-fully-naked-you-are-fully-clothed-mf-moonzajer
Neel cuts in: "Where'd you grow up?" "Palo Alto, " she says. From there to Stanford to Google: for a girl obsessed with the outer limits of human potential, Kat has stayed pretty close to home. Neel nods knowingly. "The suburban mind cannot comprehend the emergent complexity of a New York sidewalk." "I don't know about that, " Kat says, narrowing her eyes. "I'm pretty good with complexity." "See, I know what you're thinking, " Neel says, shaking his head. "You're thinking it's just an agent-based simulation, and everybody out here follows a pretty simple set of rules"- Kat is nodding-"and if you can figure out those rules, you can model it. You can simulate the street, then the neighborhood, then the whole city. Right?" "Exactly. I mean, sure, I don't know what the rules are yet, but I could experiment and figure them out, and then it would be trivial-" "Wrong, " Neel says, honking like a game-show buzzer. "You can't do it. Even if you know the rules- and by the way, there are no rules-but even if there were, you can't model it. You know why?" My best friend and my girlfriend are sparring over simulations. I can only sit back and listen. Kat frowns. "Why?" "You don't have enough memory." "Oh, come on-" "Nope. You could never hold it all in memory. No computer's big enough. Not even your what's-it-called-" "The Big Box." "That's the one. It's not big enough. This box-" Neel stretches out his hands, encompasses the sidewalk, the park, the streets beyond-"is bigger." The snaking crowd surges forward.

Robin Sloan
neel-cuts-in-whered-you-grow-up-palo-alto-she-says-from-there-to-stanford-to-google-for-girl-obsessed-with-outer-limits-human-potential-kat-has-stayed-pretty-close-to-home-neel-n
something-as-superfluous-as-play-is-also-essential-feature-our-consciousness-if-you-ask-children-why-they-like-to-play-they-will-say-because-its-fun-but-that-invites-next-questio
He handed me something done up in paper. 'Your mask, ' he said. 'Don't put it on until we get past the city-limits.' It was a frightening-looking thing when I did so. It was not a mask but a hood for the entire head, canvas and cardboard, chalk-white to simulate a skull, with deep black hollows for the eyes and grinning teeth for the mouth. The private highway, as we neared the house, was lined on both sides with parked cars. I counted fifteen of them as we bashed by; and there must have been as many more ahead, in the other direction. We drew up and he and I got out. I glanced in cautiously over my shoulder at the driver as we went by, to see if I could see his face, but he too had donned one of the death-masks. 'Never do that, ' the Messenger warned me in a low voice. 'Never try to penetrate any other member's disguise.' The house was as silent and lifeless as the last time - on the outside. Within it was a horrid, crawling charnel-house alive with skull-headed figures, their bodies encased in business-suits, tuxedos, and evening dresses. The lights were all dyed a ghastly green or ghostly blue, by means of colored tissue-paper sheathed around them. A group of masked musicians kept playing the Funeral March over and over, with brief pauses in between. A coffin stood in the center of the main living-room. I was drenched with sweat under my own mask and sick almost to death, even this early in the game. At last the Book-keeper, unmasked, appeared in their midst. Behind him came the Messenger. The dead-head guests all applauded enthusiastically and gathered around them in a ring. Those in other rooms came in. The musicians stopped the Death Match. The Book-keeper bowed, smiled graciously. 'Good evening, fellow corpses, ' was his chill greeting. 'We are gathered together to witness the induction of our newest member.' There was an electric tension. 'Brother Bud!' His voice rang out like a clarion in the silence. 'Step forward.' ("Graves For Living")

Cornell Woolrich
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About his madmen Mr. Lecky was no more certain. He knew less than the little to be learned of the causes or even of the results of madness. Yet for practical purposes one can imagine all that is necessary. As long as maniacs walk like men, you must come close to them to penetrate so excellent a disguise. Once close, you have joined the true werewolf. Pick for your companion a manic-depressive, afflicted by any of the various degrees of mania - chronic, acute, delirious. Usually more man than wolf, he will be instructive. His disorder lies in the very process of his thinking, rather than in the content of his thought. He cannot wait a minute for the satisfaction of his fleeting desires or the fulfillment of his innumerable schemes. Nor can he, for two minutes, be certain of his intention or constant in any plan or agreement. Presently you may hear his failing made manifest in the crazy concatenation of his thinking aloud, which psychiatrists call "flight of ideas." Exhausted suddenly by this riotous expense of speech and spirit, he may subside in an apathy dangerous and morose, which you will be well advised not to disturb. Let the man you meet be, instead, a paretic. He has taken a secret departure from your world. He dwells amidst choicest, most dispendious superlatives. In his arm he has the strength to lift ten elephants. He is already two hundred years old. He is more than nine feet high; his chest is of iron, his right leg is silver, his incomparable head is one whole ruby. Husband of a thousand wives, he has begotten on them ten thousand children. Nothing is mean about him; his urine is white wine; his faeces are always soft gold. However, despite his splendor and his extraordinary attainments, he cannot successfully pronounce the words: electricity, Methodist Episcopal, organization, third cavalry brigade. Avoid them. Infuriated by your demonstration of any accomplishment not his, he may suddenly kill you. Now choose for your friend a paranoiac, and beware of the wolf! His back is to the wall, his implacable enemies are crowding on him. He gets no rest. He finds no starting hole to hide him. Ten times oftener than the Apostle, he has been, through the violence of the unswerving malice which pursues him, in perils of waters, in perils of robbers, in perils of his own countrymen, in perils by the heathen, in perils in the city, in perils in the wilderness, in perils in the sea, in perils among false brethren, in weariness and painfulness, in watchings often, in hunger and thirst, in fastings often, in cold and nakedness. Now that, face to face with him, you simulate innocence and come within his reach, what pity can you expect? You showed him none; he will certainly not show you any. Lighten our darkness, we beseech thee, 0 Lord; and by thy great mercy defend us from all the perils and dangers of this night; for the love of thy only Son, our Saviour, Jesus Christ. Amen. Mr. Lecky's maniacs lay in wait to slash a man's head half off, to perform some erotic atrocity of disembowelment on a woman. Here, they fed thoughtlessly on human flesh; there, wishing to play with him, they plucked the mangled Tybalt from his shroud. The beastly cunning of their approach, the fantastic capriciousness of their intention could not be very well met or provided for. In his makeshift fort everywhere encircled by darkness, Mr. Lecky did not care to meditate further on the subject.

James Gould Cozzens
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