Atomic Anthropology

Star Trek book - system codes

Posted on June 24, 2015 at 11:45 PM

Book-56 analysis report by Herb Zinser looks at some of the subset secret message codes embedded within the larger context of a STAR WARS book.





 

IBM System/370 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The IBM System/370 (S/370) was a model range of IBM mainframes announced on June 30, 1970 as the successors to the System/360 family. The series mostly ...

‎Evolution - ‎Expanding the address space - ‎Series and models - ‎S/370 replacement



 

node Definition from PC Magazine Encyclopedia

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PC Magazine

(2) In a communications system, a node is a network junction or connection point. ... (5) In computer graphics, a node is an endpoint of a graphical element.














The huamn bio-computer version of CICS -->

 

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IBM CICS Family

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IBM

CICS (Customer Information Control System) is a family of application servers and connectors that provides industrial-strength, online transaction management ...

‎Library - ‎News - ‎CICS Showcase - ‎Events


.... in other words ..

 


 

IBM CICS Family using human symbol processors

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IBM

CICS (Customer Information Control System) is a family of   human application servers and connectors that provides industrial-strength,
BRAIN online transaction management ...

‎Library - ‎News - ‎CICS Showcase - ‎Events




IBM - CICS Transaction Server for z/OS

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IBM

IBM CICS® Transaction Server for z/OS is the premier enterprise-grade, mixed-language application server. Trusted by companies for more than 40 years, it ha



 

Using the common work area (CWA) - IBM

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The common work area (CWA) is a single control block that is allocated at system startup time and exists for the duration of that CICS® session. The size is fixed, ...


..in other words ..... the implant of the CWA words from the STAR TREK book into your eye/ optical nerve / brain SYMBOL procesor  ..
to create a bio-computer verison of  CICS inside of you.


 

Using the  human BRAINcommon work area (CWA) with Star Trek  proepr noun implant --> Si Cwan


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The common work area (CWA) is a single control block that is allocated at system startup time and exists for the duration of that CICS® session. The size is fixed, as specified in the system initialization parameter, WRKAREA.

The CWA has the following characteristics:

 

There is almost no overhead in storing or retrieving data from the CWA. Command-level programs must issue one ADDRESS command to get the address of the area but, after that, they can access it directly.

Data in the CWA is not recovered if a transaction or the system fails.

It is not subject to resource security.

CICS does not regulate use of the CWA. All programs in all applications that use the CWA must follow the same rules for shared use. These are usually set down by the system programmers, in cooperation with application developers, and require all programs to use the same "copy" module to describe the layout of the area.



 

Si Cwan - Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki

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Thallonian prince Si Cwan (2342-2379) was one of only two members of the Thallonian royal family...


 

Star Trek: New Frontier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Cover to the 1997 Star Trek: New Frontier debut novel, House of Cards, ... And does a stranded spaceship truly hold the object of Si Cwan's quest... or is it .









Thus we see Nature and COMPUTER EARTH system 360/ 370 ans the Base 16 hexadecimal geography address .. at EARTH land  address space --> 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.


Thus your have some pieces to the puzzle -->

 

A Theory of Everything - PBS

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A Theory of Everything. We have reached an extraordinary point in the history of science, for some physicists believe they are now on the verge of having a ...



 

A Theory of Everything ... and that includes YOU!

 

We have reached an extraordinary point in the history of science, for some physicists believe they are now on the verge of having a single theory that will unite all of their science under one mathematical umbrella. In particular this theory would unify the two great bastions of twentieth century physics - the general theory of relativity and quantum theory. Since general relativity describes the large scale, or cosmological, structure of the universe, and quantum theory describes the microscopic, or subatomic, structures, the unification of these theories would explain both the very big and the very small. This theory is often referred to as a "theory of everything".

 

In particular this theory would unify our understanding of all the fundamental physical forces in our universe. There are four such forces that physicists know of: gravity (which keeps planets revolving around their suns, and is responsible for the formation of stars and galaxies), the electromagnetic force (which is responsible for light, heat, electricity, and magnetism; and which is also responsible for holding atoms together), the weak nuclear force (which acts inside atomic nuclei, and is responsible for a certain kind of radioactive decay), and the strong nuclear force (which holds together the protons and neutrons in atomic nuclei, and is therefore crucial to the stability of matter). At the moment, physicists have separate theories for each of these forces, but they would like one unified theory of all four. That goal has partly been realized in that they now have a theory which unifies two of these forces - the electromagnetic and weak forces - but unifying all four is proving to be extremely difficult. Nonetheless, most TOE physicists are confident this goal will be realized in the next few decades.

 

Theoretical physicist, Steven Weinberg, who played a major role in unifying the electromagnetic and weak forces (for which he was awarded the Noble Prize, along with colleagues Abdus Salam and Sheldon Glashow), has called a theory of all four forces "a final theory." When physicists find this theory, he and others have suggested, then physics will have effectively achieved its end. Now the entire physical universe would be encompassed by a set of equations - or perhaps just one equation. But the question would still remain, what would that equation mean?


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