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Jonathan Neufeld
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Exploring abandoned mines is a lot of fun.
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Let the space mining begin!

I had the pleasure of meeting Chris Lewicki a couple years back.  I consider it an honour and a privilege to cross paths with a visionary having energy and enthusiasm of "astronomical" proportions.
Redmond, Washington – July 16, 2015 – Planetary Resources, Inc., the asteroid mining company, announced today that its Arkyd 3 Reflight (A3R) spacecraft deployed successfully from the International Space Station’s (ISS) Kibo airlock and has begun its 90-day mission. The demonstration vehicle will validate several core technologies including the avionics, control systems and software, which the company will incorporate...
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The world is a strange place when a video game's net worth rivals that of the world's greatest commercial space enterprise.

Now more than ever I am convinced that sandbox games only scratch the surface.  Imagine a world where game developers spend more time building platforms for building games than actually making the games themselves.  This is a world where you and I get to design the games we play.  This is the paradigm that Minecraft hints at, but yet falls so very short of the mark.
Microsoft has confirmed that Mojang and Minecraft will join its ranks, but it'll continue to make the game available across iOS, Android and PlayStation as..
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Found this originally as a commercial on a YouTube video tutorial for setting-up Bootcamp on my new Mac.  Probably the first time I've ever found a YouTube commercial more engaging than the actual video I intended to watch.  To be honest, I still haven't watched the Bootcamp video yet either.

#BambooCity  
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I posted this awhile back on my own profile.  Does this make sense?  The general idea is to determine things such as the number of points in a cube, lines in a cube, points in a square, lines in a square, points in a line etc. and so on.  

I'm just wondering if this also works for things in higher dimensions such as a 4D tesseract, which would mean it consists of 8 cubes, 24 sides, 32 lines, and 16 points.  I am unable to verify however.
 
Came-up with this generalized formula in my head on the boring commute to work this morning.  Was able to prove it ∀ m < 4.  

What was I proving?
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mCn 2^m-n ?
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Driving back from Blue Hawk mine. I've started editing the footage, and if everything goes according to plan we'll be visiting another mine shaft tomorrow. For the moment though, our priority is finding a place to camp for tonight. Stay tuned!

...Actually consensus is that finding a winery is the highest priority right now.
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Lol....

#Minecraft   #Agario  
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I did it again today, my heart rate increased, I started sweating, and paranoia set in when I clicked the Internet Explorer icon by accident.
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Imperative programming, synchronous calling, and tightly coupled systems may have worked in times past, but we've breached a brand new threshold of throughput and cultural shifts that demand reliability and responsiveness. It's time to overhaul the way we think about solving problems.
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This is an old one but I've been foiled so many times in the past few days by this on my hands and knees behind a dusty PC (with two curiously dead USB ports on the front side, figures) encumbered by furmeon clusters (furmeon is a personal neogolism for cat hair, seems to take the edge off of the frustration with the fact that cat hair has found its way into and onto everything) only to suffer perplexity in perpetuity over a bloody USB that won't go into the slot before rotating it 3 times (as such appealing to quantum uncertainty helps take the edge off this too).
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Exploring the Ring Creek lava flow south of Garibaldi Provincial Park, British Columbia.

#Garibaldi   #Landscapes   #Volcanism   #Squamish  
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Finding awesome and spreading it
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I am building an astrophysical strategy sandbox game.  It uses actual geophysics and geomorphology dictated by randomly generated planetary dynamics.
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Hiked 47km of Rockies in one day, paddled canoe 20km in 2 hours with a broken rib, wrote a Winamp visualizer Windows toolbar in assembly language
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    Computer Science, Business, 1997 - 2003
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