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Friday, April 15, 2016

Free write series - #1

This free write is about nothing in particular.

That’s right, nothing. The vast empty space in which there is nothing.

Nothing is abundant in the universe, taking up more space than even the biggest celestial bodies might. Nothing is dense and diffuse at the same time, heavy and light. It can reflect only certain colors of light, the nothing scale. We see this nothing light at all times, however, our brains were made to ignore nothing because to them it has no meaning. Nothing does not have any meaning, but that does not stop it from existing. That’s what’s special about nothing, everything. However, nothing does not exist in a realm of reality, which could explain our brains paying no attention to this matter but not matter. Nothing exists in the realm of nothingness, the part of the universe that ignores everything else and does not affect the outcome of anything in the universe. This brings us back to the fact that nothing has no meaning. Our brains were right; in half of the knowledge. Nothing does not have any meaning, as it has no purpose to exist. It does nothing, which brings us to the other side of the debate. Nothing does nothing as we might play games. To the inside of us nothing has no meaning, but the outside of us knows it. Nothing might have fun doing nothing, only because what it exists as and what it is doing is the same. To nothing, doing nothing is only fun because they are equivalent. If nothing does not have fun doing nothing, then itself has no meaning to anyone. Nothing has meaning, the same any human might have. Our own brains just don’t know it.
EPILOGUE
Nothing’s minds might have the same idea against humans, which they may call nothing. To them, they have the same point of view on us as we have on them. If this is true, then one of these forms of existence and non-existence is right. We may be the non-existings, the nothingness ourselves. We may have no affect on the universe, like we think nothing has. But then again, we could be the nothing that I am talking about in the previous paragraph. What we perceive as nothing may be something, as we may be nothing ourselves. Then again, the realms of existence do not have to be binary. We may both exist, or both be nothing. There may be another distant form out in the multiverse writing this truly, as they are the ones that truly exist. We have no way of knowing this, so there is no point of existing. We may be nothing, having no effect on the multiverses surrounding us, or we may be the only ones in the infinite multiverse who truly exist and have a say in what happens in the universe. We don’t know what we even are, so tell me, what is the point of existing?

















EPIEPILOGUE
If you got to this point in the story without either walking away or killing youself, then congratulations! You are truly one of us, the believers. You are congratulated greatly, and welcome to the group.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Free write series - Intro

HI GUYS! It's Camzilla again, and I am back with more posts, to add to my 61 already. Yep, we are almost at the 3/4 Grand mark, 75 posts! So anyway, I am super sorry for the great lack of posts lately, and I suppose I can't really have an excuse by now (like in my other posts, where I stated that I couldn't post because I was busy with schoolwork). But anyway, I decided to start this new thing, where I post all the free writes I do in class here, so you can read my wonderful pieces. Also, just saying, the posts are not to date (which I think means they aren't correct time...so when I say 'now' I mean like a month ago). Yep. Anyway, enjoy them! (P.S. The tag 'fws' means 'free write series'.) 

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Codecademy HQ

Heyyyyy, it's Camzilla back with another post. Today I want to share with you an adventure involving the Codecademy HQ, a book, some coding experts, and lunch.


First of all, I want to (proudly) introduce Codecademy! It's a great website for learning to code for all ages. Probably. Anyhow, here's the link, so check it out!
Next, this: A couple days ago, I went to the actual, real, real life, in person, awesome, amazing, Codecademy HQ! It was in Manhattan, NYC at 49 West 27 St., Floor 4. Probably. Don't trust me. So anyway, I went there with my dad, and we had lunch (well, he did; I wasn't hungry) with the Codecademy Team. Later, we got a grand tour of the place. All in all, it was pretty nice, with a meeting table, and work desks for everyone, with computers. I met the founders, and a whole bunch of other cool people. That's pretty much all.

Oh yeah, the book. When we were about to leave, I was given a case with something inside. (Can you guess what it was????) The person who gave it to me did not say what it was, but I opened it before I left. It turns out there was a book in there! (No matter what, you guessed correctly.) Not just any book, though; a book that only employees get, and I would be the first and only person outside the Codecademy group to get one of these. It was a sketchbook, but not for sketches. Basically a notebook without the lines. A book to write your coding ideas in! I loved it, and it was an honor to be given this. An honor. Thank you to the Codecademy Team, for inviting us, and just being there!

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Introducing.... The CSCII!

Hi guys, it's me, Camzilla. Today I'm going to share with you something I made: The CSCII!
It stands for Camilo's Standard Code Information Interchange. It's mainly for binary, so here it is:

BinaryTextNumberPrefix
01100001a10110
01100010b20110
01100011c30110
01100100d40110
01100101e50110
01100110f60110
01100111g70110
01101000h80110
01101001i90110
01101010j100110
01101011k110110
01101100l120110
01101101m130110
01101110n140110
01101111o150110
01110000p160110
01110001q170110
01110010r180110
01110011s190110
01110100t200110
01110101u210110
01110110v220110
01110111w230110
01111000x240110
01111001y250110
01111010z260110
01000001A10100
01000010B20100
01000011C30100
01000100D40100
01000101E50100
01000110F60100
01000111G70100
01001000H80100
01001001I90100
01001010J100100
01001011K110100
01001100L120100
01001101M130100
01001110N140100
01001111O150100
01010000P160100
01010001Q170100
01010010R180100
01010011S190100
01010100T200100
01010101U210100
01010110V220100
01010111W230100
01011000X240100
01011001Y250100
01011010Z260100
00110001110011
00110010220011
00110011330011
00110100440011
00110101550011
00110110660011
00110111770011
00111000880011
00111001990011
00110000000011
11000001!11100
11000010@21100
11000011#31100
11000100$41100
11000101%51100
11000110^61100
11000111&71100
11001000*81100
11001001(91100
11001010)101100
11001011`111100
11001100-121100
11001101=131100
11001110[141100
11001111]151100
11010000\161100
11010001;171100
11010010'181100
11010011,191100
11010100.201100
11010101/211100
11010110~221100
11010111_231100
11011000+241100
11011001{251100
11011010}261100
11011011|271100
11011100:281100
11011101"291100
11011110<301100
11011111>311100
11100000?321100
11100001(return)331100
11000000(space) 01100
10000001å11000
1000001021000
10000011ç31000
1000010041000
10000101´51000
10000110ƒ61000
10000111©71000
10001000˙81000
10001001ˆ91000
10001010101000
10001011˚111000
10001100¬121000
10001101µ131000
10001110˜141000
10001111ø151000
10010000π161000
10010001œ171000
10010010®181000
10010011ß191000
10010100201000
10010101¨211000
10010110221000
10010111231000
10011000241000
10011001¥251000
10011010Ω261000
10011011Å271000
10011100ı281000
10011101Ç291000
10011110Î301000
10011111´311000
10100000Ï321000
10100001©331000
10100010Ó341000
10100011ˆ351000
10100100Ô361000
10100101˚371000
10100110Ò381000
10100111Â391000
10101000˜401000
10101001Ø411000
10101010421000
10101011Œ431000
10101100®441000
10101101Í451000
10101110461000
10101111¨471000
10110000481000
10110001491000
10110010501000
10110011Á511000
10110100Ω521000
10100001¡11010
1010001021010
10100011£31010
10100100¢41010
1010010151010
10100110§61010
1010011171010
1010100081010
10101001ª91010
10100000º01010
0000000110000
0000001020000
0000001130000
0000010040000
0000010150000
0000011060000
0000011170000
00001000°80000
00001001·90000
00001010100000
00001011`110000
00001100120000
00001101130000
00001110140000
00001111150000
00010000«160000
00010001170000
00010010æ180000
00010011190000
00010100200000
00010101÷210000
00010110`220000
00010111230000
00011000±240000
00011001250000
00011010260000
00011011»270000
00011100Ú280000
00011101Æ290000
00011110¯300000
00011111˘310000
00100000¿320000

(You didn't have to read all that...)

Anyway, I worked on it for about an hour, and had some trouble at the end with finding new binary combinations.
Tell me if you find 2 binary values that are the same.
Please comment!