“Although an analog recording of a song (using a medium such as a magnetic tape or else a vinyl record) might contain more data which represents that song, a digital recording of the same song is verbatim transmissible between mediums and relatively lossless.” – karbytes

The above quote is perhaps my favorite original short thought of the year. I would also like to mention that, as a lifelong (mostly self-taught) student, my goal is to earn the equivalent of an English degree (already have it), a Computer Science degree (almost have it), and a Physics degree (starting at a relatively science-oriented layperson level) and to use that expertise to develop and to refine as perfectly logical, concise, and aesthetically pleasing of a personal website cluster as possible (with Karlina Object dot WordPress dot Com being the crown jewel of that website cluster).

* Note that the tweet in which the quote which the (yellow) highlighted paragraph above was copied from had a misspelled word: transmissible. The copied quote has been modified to exude the correct spelling of the words it contains.

I expect the contents of the book which is linked in the paragraph below will be relevant for at least the next 50 years.

physics_textbook_link: http://hep.fcfm.buap.mx/cursos/2019/FM/QuantumMechanics-McIntyre.pdf

The video which is linked in the paragraph below features the author of this website playing the drums in a manner which made the pattern of percussion seem filled with a ghostly melody with “colors” in it. I get the sense that what I created is a digital psychedelic. It makes listeners “hallucinate” instruments other than the sound of drums to fill a void. The significance of sharing this digital recording is the fact that the digital recording represents a particular space-time continuum in which phenomena change in relation to a fixed time continuum in which time progresses forward at a constant rate of frames per second (and each frame contains a finite amount of digital information depicting a finite “point” along a space-time continuum). I like how videos are basically clocks.

video_link: https://archive.org/details/drumz_karbytes_12_november_2022

minds_screenshot_image_link: https://github.com/karlinarayberinger/KARBYTES_JOURNAL_2022_PART_16C/blob/main/minds_karbytes_25_november_2022_part_0.png

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