posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 07:43 AM
reply to post by byeluvolk
Well, in order to cut down on image-development time so that the exercise becomes more viable from a time-perspective, you will have to run many of
these computations simultaneously and in parallel.This would kick up the PC resources-overhead considerably.
Obviously the more technology you use to amp up the amount of computations running simultaneously, the more you can cut down on development time. A
jacked-up super-computer with a trillion times our current pcs' processing power may be able to generate all of the images in only 100 years.
Originally posted by SuperiorEd
I get what you are saying. The problem is this: With music, a performance from a unique musician cannot be duplicated by anything but the performer.
Randomly generating sound will not produce a combination of tones that recreate, say, Victor Wooten playing Amazing Grace. The same will hold true
for the program ever reproducing a child playing volleyball on the beach with a dolphin flopping in the background. There are missing variables that
can only be reproduced by a catalog of forms. God divided the light from the darkness and created form. Form expresses from the essence
(information) contained within. An oak tree is enfolded in the acorn. This is designed form from a sequence of information. This is not possible
apart from the imprint of the essence included into the program. You might get some nice geometric patterns, but you will not get the pictures
described by the designer.
I do not agree with you. It is an absolute certainty that if given enough time, this system will generate every image of any place / scenario ever
The Designer can be found in chaos too - in the static of radio-waves, in the midst of a tornado; and in the randomness of pixels that is yet to be
ordered into an understandable image. In our vast and infinite universe, even the random and unordered images may represent places that do exist! That
is the beauty of the Designer - the infinite possibilities of all life and all existences! And many forms may exist that we have not been given the
ability to recognize. Some beings may find mathematical power, harmony and form from random-generated sound - which may in turn just be a mishmash of
jimbled-jambled noise to our ears.