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Re: Snowcrash and Permutation City You read it in one sitting‽ That's impressive, especially with some of the challenging concepts involved. As far as simulations within simulations, I don't

Melinda Green
Feb 27
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Re: Snowcrash and Permutation City I read through the whole of Permutation City in one sitting. Wow -- thanks again for the link. At some point it gets kind of tiring (how many simulations

Vasily Vladimirovich Vylkov
Feb 27
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Re: Snowcrash and Permutation City That Snow Crash book was more than a little over-the-top Tarantino spaghetti western B-movie style bombastic, but I think I will also give Stephenson the

Vasily Vladimirovich Vylkov
Feb 24
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Re: Snowcrash and Permutation City Melinda's comment got me curious about Second Life. I had never paid much attention. Then I found a contradiction of Melinda's claim from Second Life creator

David Vanderschel
Feb 23
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Re: Snowcrash and Permutation City Unbelievably, it just took me two (2) separate readings of the introductory verses in the preface of "Permutation City": "Into a mute crypt, I Can't pity our

Vasily Vladimirovich Vylkov
Feb 11
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Re: Snowcrash and Permutation City Hello Vasily, Snowcrash's metaverse was the inspiration for Second Life which I helped develop for a couple of years. I felt it was amateurishly written but it

Melinda Green
Feb 9
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Re: (unknown) Youshi, welcome to the group and sorry nobody replied to your first post! How did you solve the 4x4x4x4, were the algorithms & parity issues similar to the

Vasily Vladimirovich Vylkov
Feb 5
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Re: Hello, Joseph here. Hey Joe! Sorry no one responded -- normally we are a very welcoming bunch... very happy you found this group! Did you end up trying the 4^4 (or any of the

Vasily Vladimirovich Vylkov
Feb 5
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Re: Sixth solve of 3^7! Ha, ha, yes, well clearly macros were used. Does anyone recall whether there have been any no-macro solves of any of our monster puzzles? On 2/5/2015 1:47 PM,

Melinda Green
Feb 5
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Re: Sixth solve of 3^7! An average rate of 4.34 twists/sec! Sustained for 96 hours! Whew. On Wed, Feb 4, 2015 at 4:00 PM, Melinda Green melinda@...

Vasily Vladimirovich Vylkov
Feb 5
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Re: Sixth solve of 3^7! It's always amazing when someone solves one of these monster puzzles. To me, 96 hours sounds like he was moving really fast. Congratulations, Glen! -Melinda

Melinda Green
Feb 4
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Sixth solve of 3^7! Hi all! Recently I've got a message from Glen Clark who reports about the solving of 3^7 cube. His log file shows 1.5M twists and 96 hours of work.

andreyastrelin
Feb 4
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Re: Introduction (+ news of my own) First, more congratulations for David, who Ray points out is our 200th solver! Roice recently pointed out to me that we got a bump in traffic recently, and

Melinda Green
Jan 28
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Re: Introduction (+ news of my own) Hi David, It has been so long since I last posted here, I took 5 minutes to even find it again! You mention trying to create a physical 3^4 puzzle, and I wish

matthewsheerin
Jan 28
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Re: Introduction Eh, that's exactly what Nc is. The SZ method by itself is the 4D version of CFOP (3^3 method). What you're doing with the inverse thing is more specifically

Ray Zhao
Jan 28
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