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Bay Area Ice Hockey

2013.12.03 01:59 jdunsford278 Bay Area Ice Hockey

A place to discuss ice hockey in the Bay Area. Sharks, Bulls, Rinks, Etc.

2023.04.02 01:24 Any-Village5468 Que les enchères commencent.

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2023.04.01 21:29 BIeach_ Day 1 Of Leaking Backrooms Photo Locations

Level THE END is at
429 S Associated Rd (at Imperial Hwy)Brea, CA 92821United States
but sadly the building was shut down and replaced with a new building you cant find pictures of the old building on these links
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2023.04.01 01:35 S4F3TYSCH0OL Asian MALE with NO targets/safeties ARTFULLY sinks HMSCollege apps (true isef winner results) - i love r/collegeresults titles lol

I’m not even going to try to avoid dox i’ll just leave this on an alt and not respond to anything o/ classmates
Intended Major(s): Physics
13 AP’s 1 DE course Calculus III (only reported DE to MIT)
AP Stats
AP Gov
English Year 4
AP Chem T/A
Spanish ⅞ (Year 4)
Standardized Testing
List the highest scores earned and all scores that were reported.
Mostly copied from CA but changed too and redacted a bit
  1. Intern/MentoResearcheExoplanet Team, [redacted org] Found exoplanet orbit ephemera. Wrote 2 papers. Mentor for College Student Research Papers. Worked with [2 T5’s a very well known space agency, another very well known space agency]
  2. Independent Researcher Designed and experimentally tested a 3-valued computer processor, around 6x faster than Intel. Got Access to [some university] labs to build. Patent pending.
  3. Founder spacecraft team. NASA [something] Led team to get selected to send a probe to the surface of the moon.
  4. Ambassador, [some organization] Spreading astronomy as an ambassador, presented to many people, elementary schoolers to professors, on everything from rocketry to alien detection.
  5. Intern/Researcher, [some university run summer research program] Looking for Hep C correlation with liver cancer later on. Presented about finding new genes of interest.
  6. [redacted very my high school school specific EC, mid af (I promise it’s not worth) internship with company not a prestigious one]
  7. Web Design, Volunteer and Paid Crafted 9 websites, worked at a company worth 20M+ coding front page, $1,700 earned. 500k+ visits combined.
  8. President (12) Treasurer (11) Member (9/10), [redacted] HS [well known club] 90+ member club, worked on [various things]. Volunteered over 60 hours [for various things].
  9. Co-President/Cofounder taught over 60 students AP chemistry basics over 2 summers.
  10. Hackathon Participant, Attended [a cool] Hackathon and [another cool hackathon], built a project with a team, won 2nd at [one] and [a specific] award at [the other].
List all awards and honors submitted on your application.
  1. Regeneron ISEF First Place Grand Prize
  2. Davidson Fellow
  3. MIT Think Scholar Semifinalist
  4. NSS/NASA Space Settlement Contest, First Place
  5. Congressional App Challenge Winner for District
For UC’s I listed AIME qualifications and Hackathon results here.
Letters of Recommendation
LOR 1 - AP Chem teacher - loved him, I hope he loved me, I used him for my isef project and alot of other stuff, and he seemed very interested, he’s known to write good rec’s so id say 8/10 being conservative
LOR 2 - US History Teacher - only non ap history i took but he was genuinely so amazing of a teacher, he liked me, i read his rec since he let me, it was pretty good 6/10
LOR 3 - EC#1 research mentor - old guy who really liked me and said he specifically tailored my rec for MIT and Caltech whatever that means [he sent 4 people to mit over the past 4 years so ig he knows], love him sm and he said he spent a really long time on it so hopefully 9/10.
LOR 4 - counselor - I talk to my counselor alot and I think she likes me alot, and she’s super super nice so I’m just going to say 7/10.

MIT - spent 3.5 hours, my mom lowk got annoyed, but it was amazing he told me about a new way to think about space time, MIT experience, hacking and everything, met him later at admit day for our region and he said he really enjoyed the interview and expected me to get in. 9/10.
Harvard - he said i would “fit the modern school” interview went for 45 minutes, got him to talk about some illegal stuff he did @ harvard but he cut it off when zoom ran out so not sure how good, felt like i vibed. 6/10.
Stanford - went really well, the AO note later said she described me as a genius apparently so that’s cool, we talked alot and she had done isef i think in the past and we talked about our memories alot and in general it was fun. 9/10.
Duke - pretty mid tbh it was fun and nice but i had no answer for why duke 5/10
UC Berkeley MET - Disaster, this is not a one on one, but you record yourself answering questions, I REALLY didn’t care since I came back later had 1 day to do this and was tired, just chatgpt’d some random stuff about the school and said it reading straight from a script, super uninspiring answers read in an uninspiring way (tbf I wasn’t interested in MET since it meant my parents might force me to go there over stanford) 1/10

(Briefly reflect on the quality of your writing, time spent, and topic of main personal statement.)
I nearly failed APEL and I’m not known to be a great writer, so ​I dropped all my ec’s senior year to focus on essays, after being warned by a guy @ davidsons that essays mattered way more than I thought they did. Watched every video from admitium tiktok to cc posts and hundreds of reddit threads to get ideas and help. I got help from my friends and also a really cool family friend @ harvard who got praised for writing alot. My essays were very nontraditional and very very casual and i talked about lots of mitish stuff (dream school), which also happened to fit for caltech. Everyone who read my CA said they liked it, and my Harvard friend who got in purely for essays (his note said) rated them really highly said he liked my essays, but I don’t think they were the main driving factor for my acceptances so I’ll rate them 7/10 (like everyone else on this forum).
Since I didn’t have to tell the colleges how much i loved researching or science bc my awards and ec’s displayed that already, i spent most of my essays talking about fun stuff i liked doing, and nonacademic stuff, trying to talk about myself as a person and not as a college applicant/sweaty high schooler.
I didn’t try on my Duke or Columbia or NU essays AT ALL, i templated my why essays really hard and just swapped in names, but I did copy paste my MIT essays into duke which i spent almost 100 hours on. I tryharded my MIT Stanford Caltech and Harvard essays, and I’d rate them 8/10, while my other schools (including UC’s) were much much worse probably 3/10 or 4/10.
Decisions (indicate ED/EA/REA/SCEA/RD)
Additional Information:
In general, I don’t think this collegeresults posts helps anyone except maybe like 20 people be more confident in their profiles, but I wanted to say either way GOOD. ESSAYS. REALLY. REALLY. REALLY. MATTER. I know alot of people with similar ec’s as me and while they lit up the T5’s as well, there is always people that don’t, if you have these sorts of awards&ec’s you need to be showing off your personality, don’t just sit there with your isef medal and watch the world go by and chatgpt essays and expect to sweep T5’s (or t3’s since Yale and Princeton are irrelevant smh)
UC’s are so random—I live in CA and I hate UC’s for being so RNG, almost NO one is getting in, and it’s just so random no matter which ones. I have no clue what is going on but test op hit these schools like a truck. Until the test is reinstated in ~2025 UC will probably be stupid and random like it is right now for Co22/23/24. College Board backlash was unjustified.
Also try on everything!! I got my MET interview, and then absolutely bombed it by just reading straight from a script and obviously rushing to get it done, and I might have had some random stanford stuff in the background too LOL so that was not the best look and probably why I got straight rejected (read: coping)
Similarly, not trying at all on Duke/NU/Columbia is why I got rejected by those, like seriously those were 2/10 essays, you can’t just get by without good essays, I did this almost as a test, if I could have awful essays and clearly a good enough app for more selective schools, and yeah it DOESN’T WORK. TRY ON YOUR ESSAYS!!
Okay actually not columbia, funny story, they didn’t get my SCOIR rec for whatever reason, and sent me 3 emails asking me to submit it (want me fr) but I didn’t respond on time so yeah. (sorry I kept forgetting and the deadline hit)
At the same time, Columbia is the worst school in the world (read rejected my best friend ed) so i dnc.
In general, I wasn’t *that* surprised by any acceptance after stanford, but mit still had my heart destroying itself.
Should you do the no targets/no safeties strat? Yeah go for it j take 20 gap years like that one usc (or was it nyu i can never tell) post.

good luck everyone!!
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2023.03.31 11:40 PoliteWig Indian CS Major Gap-Year International obtains a solid ROI on app fees. Gets pleasantly surprised by dream colleges!!!

Intended Major(s): Computer Science (sigh)
Standardized Testing
List the highest scores earned and all scores that were reported.
List all extracurricular involvements, including leadership roles, time commitments, major achievements, etc.
  1. Founder & Content Creator for my startup revolving around ed-tech (Post HS graduation - present, 15hrs/week): Lead a team of 28 (15 while applying) from 6 countries. Post educational, scientific videos regularly. Developed a motion-sensing gaming controller using Arduino and Nintendo Wii to be paired with educational video games. Long term aim is to revolutionize learning for students suffering from ADHD using technologies like motion-sensing and Mixed Reality. Since then, we've built 3 prototypes for our products and tested them at elementary schools in my city.
  2. Web Dev Intern at a Data Analytics Company in India (remote) (Post HS graduation - 20hrs/week, 8weeks/yr): Redesigned a significant portion of the company's website; employed SEO techniques to raise activity by 11% (yeah, doesn't seem like that large of a no.); explored the role of ML and Statistical Algorithms in Big Data Analysis; shadowed a few devs to gain back-end development experience.
  3. Research Intern at a Top 3 Eng. institute in India (12th - 40hrs/week, 9weeks/yr): Assisted a Mech Eng. prof conducting research on Computational Fluid Dynamics, specifically related to motorsports (keeping the topic vague on purpose). Gained valuable experience in C++ coding and SimScale operation. Attended thought-provoking seminars. The internship was supposed to last for 3 months but it was cut short due to the Delta COVID wave iirc (explained this in additional info.) Only 4 students were selected out of ~1200 for this opportunity.
  4. Founder & CEO at my startup revolving around Formula 1 (11th - present, 14hrs/week, 40weeks/yr): Lead a team of 12 F1 enthusiasts. Collect race data from AWS, convert it into CSVs, analyze the data using Matplotlib, and post the analytics for each race. I write weekly blogs (generally 2-3 per race weekend), hold sim-racing open lobbies on the F1 video game, and organize forum discussions. While applying, we were receiving around 500-600 unique website viewers per month, and viewers were from 40+ countries!
  5. Lead guitar player for my band in India (9th - 12th, 4hrs/week 45weeks/yr): Playing the guitar since 2016. Passed Grade 6 in Trinity College, London Guitar exam with merit. We organized bi-monthly concerts at old-age homes and community lawns. I also aided many newcomers in perfecting their technique (the band was basically started at the music academy where I learned to play). Even though I left the band when we moved to the US, I've continued playing the guitar and I mentioned this in additional info.
  6. Vice Head Boy of the Student Council at my School (12th - 5hrs/week, 30weeks/yr): Presided over weekly council meetings, spearheaded mental health awareness and road-safety campaigns; played a critical role in organizing special assemblies, inter-house sports competitions, and award ceremonies. At my school, you can only be a part of the student council in Grades 10 and 12, and I mentioned this in additional info. In 10th, I was a House Captain and I elaborated on this in additional info (although, I didn't do much as a House Captain).
  7. Independent Volunteer and Tutor in my hometown (Summers of 10th and 11th - 30hrs/week, 10weeks/yr): I tutored and mentored 80+ underprivileged students over 2 years in Math, CS, English, Physics, and Chemistry. The students were majorly 8th and 9th graders. I collaborated with the Indian National Congress and raised roughly $4,000 to buy Lenovo tablets for the students to aid online learning (this was during Covid when many weren't able to attend online classes due to a lack of electronic devices). Received an award from Congress for this.
  8. President of the Science & Innovation Club at my school (11th & 12th - 4hrs/week, 20weeks/yr): We debated the latest developments and innovations in the scientific community. I hosted weekly coding/hacking competitions for the club (mainly Leetcode or sometimes CSS comps as well). I helped grow the number of members by 150%!! I did this mainly through attractive posters and numerous open-house sessions. By the end of Grade 12, this was the 3rd most popular club after Chess and Arts clubs. In my additional info section, I mentioned how my school had a weird rule regarding if a student was part of the student council, they couldn't hold leadership positions in a club but the club co-ordinator saw extreme potential and enthusiasm in me and actually wrote multiple emails to the Principal requesting an exception. She finally gave in somewhere around the middle of 11th grade (hence the 20weeks/year due to an average of 11th and 12th). I did ask the club-coordinator, who was also my Physics teacher, to write me a LOR. He did, but I didn't end up submitting it as most of the schools I applied to only accepted 1 Teacher's LOR + Counselor's LOR.
  9. Chess player and teacher (9th to 12th - 3.5hrs/week, 30weeks/yr): Elo rating while applying was >1950. Won 4 golds and 3 silvers in random, but fairly big, chess tournaments (most of them were district or state level). Weird that I mentioned it here, but while applying, my friend and I were developing a rudimentary Chess engine (it was a success!!). I held summer camps each year to mentor society kids (earned around $450 over the 4 years) and also was a registered tutor at a fairly well-known chess-tutoring-for-kids website.
  10. MUNs (9th to 11th - 25hrs/week, 6weeks/yr): General MUN stuff. I was a committee member at one of my school's MUNs and I also served as ChaiVice ChaiRappo 4 times. I also helped students hone their public speaking skills in MUN workshops. Of the 16 MUNs I participated in, I received awards in all (3 Best Dels).
List all awards and honors submitted on your application.
  1. Certificate of High Distinction and Lapel Pin from the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (International, 10th): Received this for getting a perfect score, and thus being in the top 1%, on the Australian National Chemistry Quiz. I mentioned how I achieved this score as a 10th grader while most of the exam-takers were upperclassmen.
  2. Certificate for Clearing the Pre-Regional and Regional Indian Math Olympiad Qualifiers (National, 11th grade): I extrapolated on my efforts and criteria for clearing the stages in the Additional Info section.
  3. Certificate of Merit for scoring a top rank in a rather competitive Talent Exam (National, 9th & 10th grade): Got All India Rank (AIR) 224 (out of ~20,000) in Round 1 and AIR 18 in Round 2 (out of ~600)!! I also got selected for a training camp at a Top-5 engineering institute in India.
  4. CBSE Merit List in 10th, Science stream school topper in 12th (National, School - 10th & 12th grade)
  5. Welp that's it (I genuinely thought that we could only enter Academic Awards here, so I ended up leaving this slot empty as I had no other significant academic award XD)
Letters of Recommendation
Math Teacher (Taught in Grades 9,10, and 11): solid 9.5/10; She knows me since Primary school and has always been impressed with me. I actually saw the LOR she wrote and ong it was amazing!! She was going to retire from teaching, and no one had ever asked her for a LOR so she poured her heart out in writing one for me :D She spoke about my academic achievements (specifically awards #2 and #3) and about my overall interest in Science! The LOR was 2 whole pages!!!!
Counselor (Principal): 8.5/10; Again, she knows me since Primary School and we've had quite a healthy relationship throughout my schooling journey. She elaborated on my ECs and spoke a lot about my road safety and mental health initiatives! Her LOR wasn't as great as the one written by my Math teacher but it was quite good.
Notice how I didn't have any LORs from teachers who only taught me in 11th and 12th. This was because my 11th and 12th grades were spent in online classes and I strongly feel that online classes didn't help me convey my values and passion in the same way as in-person classes!
I had 2 more LORs, one from my Physics teacher (also club coordinator) and Chemistry teacher. Both were quite good (>8/10 for sure), but I did not submit them as none of the schools I applied to required more than 1 teacher LOR. Looking back, I should've definitely submitted at least one of them.
Didn't have any interviews :')
Common App essay: a very solid 9/10: Wrote about my love for Formula 1 (watching since 2010) and sim-racing. I explained how many of my values are actually intertwined with F1's values (adaptability, collaboration, valuing things, etc.) using anecdotes for each value. I had it reviewed multiple times and the reviews were quite positive. But again, I liked it A LOT because I felt it painted a complete picture of me as an individual, and that's what matters at the end of the day :D
Supplemental Essays: My 'Why CS @ Georgia Tech' essay was the BEST supplemental essay. 10/10. Others were quite good too. I spent a lot of time (>10hrs easily per essay, a lot of time as I didn't have school lol) writing each supplemental essay, but I did get lazy and reused them for 2 UC PIQs and NYU's Identity essay :P
Tip: Never go for the strategy of perfect CA essay but mid supplemental essays. As admissions get tougher and tougher, supplemental essays are going to be key in the admission process (especially due to yield protection and shit). Utilize them efficiently!!!! I genuinely believe that my supplemental essays were the key factor behind most of my acceptances!!!
Now for the fun part :P
Decisions (indicate ED/EA/REA/SCEA/RD)
Final Thoughts:
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2023.03.31 00:34 Defiant-Animator-471 X windows problem with NetBSD 9.3 / macppc

Hello, I have NetBSD 9.3 running on a Blue and White G3. I cannot get X windows to function.
It's complaining about LVDS. And I don't think I'm even using LVDS (?) as I'm using a single external monitor, a V7 model. Card is ATI Rage 128 (stock vid card for this mac.) Here's the log file and xorg.conf from netbsd:
Section "ServerLayout"
Identifier "[X.org](https://X.org) Configured" Screen 0 "Screen0" 0 0 InputDevice "Mouse0" "CorePointer" InputDevice "Keyboard0" "CoreKeyboard" 

Section "Files"
ModulePath "/usX11R7/lib/modules" FontPath "/usX11R7/lib/X11/fonts/misc/" FontPath "/usX11R7/lib/X11/fonts/TTF/" FontPath "/usX11R7/lib/X11/fonts/Type1/" FontPath "/usX11R7/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi/" FontPath "/usX11R7/lib/X11/fonts/100dpi/" 

Section "Module"
Load "dri" Load "dri2" Load "glx" Load "shadow" 

Section "InputDevice"
Identifier "Keyboard0" Driver "kbd" Option "Protocol" "wskbd" Option "Device" "/dev/wskbd" 

Section "InputDevice"
Identifier "Mouse0" Driver "mouse" Option "Protocol" "wsmouse" Option "Device" "/dev/wsmouse" Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5 6 7" 

Section "Monitor"
Identifier "Monitor0" VendorName "Monitor Vendor" ModelName "Monitor Model" 

Section "Device"
### Available Driver options are:-
### Values: : integer, : float, : "True"/"False",
### : "String", : " Hz/kHz/MHz",
### : "%"
### [arg]: arg optional
#Option "NoAccel" # []
#Option "Dac6Bit" # []
#Option "VGAAccess" # []
#Option "ShowCache" # []
#Option "SWcursor" # []
#Option "VideoKey" #
#Option "PanelWidth" #
#Option "PanelHeight" #
#Option "ProgramFPRegs" # []
#Option "DMAForXv" # []
#Option "ForcePCIMode" # []
#Option "CCEPIOMode" # []
#Option "CCENoSecurity" # []
#Option "CCEusecTimeout" #
#Option "AGPMode" #
#Option "AGPSize" #
#Option "RingSize" #
#Option "BufferSize" #
#Option "EnablePageFlip" # []
#Option "AccelMethod" #
#Option "RenderAccel" # []
Identifier "Card0" Driver "r128" BusID "PCI:0:16:0" 

Section "Screen"
Identifier "Screen0" Device "Card0" Monitor "Monitor0" SubSection "Display" Viewport 0 0 Depth 1 EndSubSection SubSection "Display" Viewport 0 0 Depth 4 EndSubSection SubSection "Display" Viewport 0 0 Depth 8 EndSubSection SubSection "Display" Viewport 0 0 Depth 15 EndSubSection SubSection "Display" Viewport 0 0 Depth 16 EndSubSection SubSection "Display" Viewport 0 0 Depth 24 EndSubSection 

[ 73.578]
X.Org X Server 1.20.5
X Protocol Version 11, Revision 0
[ 73.581] Build Operating System: NetBSD/macppc 9.3 - The NetBSD Foundation, Inc.
[ 73.586] Current Operating System: NetBSD marion 9.3 NetBSD 9.3 (GENERIC) #0: Thu Aug 4 15:30:37 UTC 2022 [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]):/ussrc/sys/arch/macppc/compile/GENERIC macppc
[ 73.587] Build Date: 03 March 2019 07:11:23AM
[ 73.587]
[ 73.590] Current version of pixman: 0.38.4
[ 73.593] Before reporting problems, check http://wiki.x.org
to make sure that you have the latest version. 
[ 73.594] Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting,
(++) from command line, (!!) notice, (II) informational, (WW) warning, (EE) error, (NI) not implemented, (??) unknown. 
[ 73.599] (==) Log file: "/valog/Xorg.0.log", Time: Wed Mar 29 17:29:28 2023
[ 73.600] (II) Loader magic: 0x1ac321c
[ 73.600] (II) Module ABI versions:
[ 73.600] X.Org ANSI C Emulation: 0.4
[ 73.600] X.Org Video Driver: 24.0
[ 73.600] X.Org XInput driver : 24.1
[ 73.600] X.Org Server Extension : 10.0
[ 73.606] (WW) xf86EnableIO -1
[ 73.606] (II) xf86EnableIO: 0xffffffff
[ 73.606] (WW) Can't map IO space! (9)
[ 73.606] (--) PCI:*([email protected]:16:0) 1002:5245:b530:0408 rev 0, Mem @ 0x84000000/67108864, 0x80900000/16384, I/O @ 0x00002000/256, BIOS @ 0x????????/131072
[ 73.607] (==) Using default built-in configuration (21 lines)
[ 73.607] (==) --- Start of built-in configuration ---
[ 73.607] Section "Device"
[ 73.607] Identifier "Builtin Default ati Device 0"
[ 73.607] Driver "ati"
[ 73.607] EndSection
[ 73.607] Section "Screen"
[ 73.608] Identifier "Builtin Default ati Screen 0"
[ 73.608] Device "Builtin Default ati Device 0"
[ 73.608] EndSection
[ 73.608] Section "Device"
[ 73.608] Identifier "Builtin Default wsfb Device 0"
[ 73.608] Driver "wsfb"
[ 73.608] EndSection
[ 73.608] Section "Screen"
[ 73.608] Identifier "Builtin Default wsfb Screen 0"
[ 73.608] Device "Builtin Default wsfb Device 0"
[ 73.608] EndSection
[ 73.608] Section "ServerLayout"
[ 73.608] Identifier "Builtin Default Layout"
[ 73.608] Screen "Builtin Default ati Screen 0"
[ 73.608] Screen "Builtin Default wsfb Screen 0"
[ 73.608] EndSection
[ 73.608] (==) --- End of built-in configuration ---
[ 73.609] (==) ServerLayout "Builtin Default Layout"
[ 73.609] (**) Screen "Builtin Default ati Screen 0" (0)
[ 73.609] (**) Monitor ""
[ 73.611] (**) Device "Builtin Default ati Device 0"
[ 73.612] (==) No monitor specified for screen "Builtin Default ati Screen 0".
Using a default monitor configuration. 
[ 73.612] (**) Screen "Builtin Default wsfb Screen 0" (1)
[ 73.612] (**) Monitor ""
[ 73.614] (**) Device "Builtin Default wsfb Device 0"
[ 73.614] (==) No monitor specified for screen "Builtin Default wsfb Screen 0".
Using a default monitor configuration. 
[ 73.614] (==) Not automatically adding devices
[ 73.614] (==) Not automatically enabling devices
[ 73.614] (==) Not automatically adding GPU devices
[ 73.614] (==) Max clients allowed: 256, resource mask: 0x1fffff
[ 73.615] (==) FontPath set to:
/usX11R7/lib/X11/fonts/misc/, /usX11R7/lib/X11/fonts/TTF/, /usX11R7/lib/X11/fonts/Type1/, /usX11R7/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi/, /usX11R7/lib/X11/fonts/100dpi/ 
[ 73.615] (==) ModulePath set to "/usX11R7/lib/modules"
[ 73.615] (==) Input Device ""
[ 73.615] (==) Input Device ""
[ 73.615] (==) The core pointer device wasn't specified explicitly in the layout.
Using the default mouse configuration. 
[ 73.615] (==) The core keyboard device wasn't specified explicitly in the layout.
Using the default keyboard configuration. 
[ 73.615] (II) LoadModule: "glx"
[ 73.618] (II) Loading /usX11R7/lib/modules/extensions/libglx.so
[ 73.620] (II) Module glx: vendor="X.Org Foundation"
[ 73.620] compiled for 1.20.5, module version = 1.0.0
[ 73.620] ABI class: X.Org Server Extension, version 10.0
[ 73.620] (II) LoadModule: "ati"
[ 73.621] (II) Loading /usX11R7/lib/modules/drivers/ati_drv.so
[ 73.622] (II) Module ati: vendor="X.Org Foundation"
[ 73.622] compiled for 1.20.5, module version = 6.14.6
[ 73.622] Module class: X.Org Video Driver
[ 73.622] ABI class: X.Org Video Driver, version 24.0
[ 73.623] (II) LoadModule: "r128"
[ 73.624] (II) Loading /usX11R7/lib/modules/drivers/r128_drv.so
[ 73.626] (II) Module r128: vendor="X.Org Foundation"
[ 73.626] compiled for 1.20.5, module version = 6.12.0
[ 73.626] Module class: X.Org Video Driver
[ 73.626] ABI class: X.Org Video Driver, version 24.0
[ 73.626] (II) LoadModule: "wsfb"
[ 73.628] (II) Loading /usX11R7/lib/modules/drivers/wsfb_drv.so
[ 73.629] (II) Module wsfb: vendor="X.Org Foundation"
[ 73.629] compiled for 1.20.5, module version = 0.4.0
[ 73.629] ABI class: X.Org Video Driver, version 24.0
[ 73.629] (II) LoadModule: "mouse"
[ 73.630] (II) Loading /usX11R7/lib/modules/drivers/mouse_drv.so
[ 73.631] (II) Module mouse: vendor="X.Org Foundation"
[ 73.631] compiled for 1.20.5, module version = 1.9.2
[ 73.631] Module class: X.Org XInput Driver
[ 73.631] ABI class: X.Org XInput driver, version 24.1
[ 73.631] (II) LoadModule: "kbd"
[ 73.632] (II) Loading /usX11R7/lib/modules/drivers/kbd_drv.so
[ 73.633] (II) Module kbd: vendor="X.Org Foundation"
[ 73.633] compiled for 1.20.5, module version = 1.9.0
[ 73.633] Module class: X.Org XInput Driver
[ 73.633] ABI class: X.Org XInput driver, version 24.1
[ 73.633] (II) R128: Driver for ATI Rage 128 chipsets:
ATI Rage 128 Mobility M3 LE (PCI), ATI Rage 128 Mobility M3 LF (AGP), ATI Rage 128 Mobility M4 MF (AGP), ATI Rage 128 Mobility M4 ML (AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro GL PA (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro GL PB (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro GL PC (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro GL PD (PCI), ATI Rage 128 Pro GL PE (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro GL PF (AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PG (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PH (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PI (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PJ (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PK (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PL (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PM (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PN (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PO (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PP (PCI), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PQ (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PR (PCI), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PS (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PT (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PU (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PV (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PW (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro VR PX (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 GL RE (PCI), ATI Rage 128 GL RF (AGP), ATI Rage 128 RG (AGP), ATI Rage 128 VR RK (PCI), ATI Rage 128 VR RL (AGP), ATI Rage 128 4X SE (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 4X SF (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 4X SG (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 4X SH (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 4X SK (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 4X SL (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 4X SM (AGP), ATI Rage 128 4X SN (PCI/AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro ULTRA TF (AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro ULTRA TL (AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro ULTRA TR (AGP), ATI Rage 128 Pro ULTRA TS (AGP?), ATI Rage 128 Pro ULTRA TT (AGP?), ATI Rage 128 Pro ULTRA TU (AGP?) 
[ 73.637] (II) wsfb: driver for wsdisplay framebuffer: wsfb
[ 73.637] (--) Using wscons driver on /dev/ttyE0 in pcvt compatibility mode (version 3.32)
[ 73.637] (--) using VT number 1
[ 73.637] (WW) xf86EnableIO 8
[ 73.637] (II) xf86EnableIO: 0xfc7d0000
[ 73.637] (WW) Falling back to old probe method for wsfb
[ 73.638] (WW) VGA arbiter: cannot open kernel arbiter, no multi-card support
[ 73.638] (II) R128(0): Creating default Display subsection in Screen section
"Builtin Default ati Screen 0" for depth/fbbpp 24/32 
[ 73.638] (==) R128(0): Depth 24, (--) framebuffer bpp 32
[ 73.638] (==) R128(0): Default visual is TrueColor
[ 73.638] (==) R128(0): Using gamma correction (1.0, 1.0, 1.0)
[ 73.638] (II) R128(0): PCI bus 0 card 16 func 0
[ 73.638] (II) Alright, this is the console
[ 73.638] (II) R128(0): Pixel depth = 24 bits stored in 4 bytes (32 bpp pixmaps)
[ 73.639] (II) R128(0): Acceleration of RENDER operations will be enabled upon successful loading of DRI and EXA.
[ 73.639] (II) R128(0): VGAAccess option set to FALSE, VGA module load skipped.
[ 73.639] (==) R128(0): RGB weight 888
[ 73.639] (II) R128(0): Using 8 bits per RGB (8 bit DAC)
[ 73.639] (--) R128(0): Chipset: "ATI Rage 128 GL RE (PCI)" (ChipID = 0x5245)
[ 73.639] (--) R128(0): Linear framebuffer at 0x84000000
[ 73.639] (--) R128(0): MMIO registers at 0x80900000
[ 73.640] (--) R128(0): VideoRAM: 16384 kByte (128-bit SDR SGRAM 1:1)
[ 73.640] (II) Loading sub module "ramdac"
[ 73.640] (II) LoadModule: "ramdac"
[ 73.640] (II) Module "ramdac" already built-in
[ 73.640] (II) Loading sub module "ddc"
[ 73.640] (II) LoadModule: "ddc"
[ 73.640] (II) Module "ddc" already built-in
[ 73.640] (II) Loading sub module "i2c"
[ 73.640] (II) LoadModule: "i2c"
[ 73.640] (II) Module "i2c" already built-in
[ 73.708] (II) R128(0): PLL parameters: rf=2950 rd=56 min=12500 max=25000; xclk=10001
[ 73.708] (II) R128(0): Found FP table, assuming FP connector.
[ 73.708] (II) R128(0): Output LVDS has no monitor section
[ 73.709] (II) got 128 bytes worth of EDID from wsdisplay
[ 73.709] (II) R128(0): EDID for output LVDS
[ 73.709] (II) R128(0): Manufacturer: PTS Model: 6a5 Serial#: 16843009
[ 73.709] (II) R128(0): Year: 2006 Week: 26
[ 73.709] (II) R128(0): EDID Version: 1.3
[ 73.709] (II) R128(0): Analog Display Input, Input Voltage Level: 0.700/0.300 V
[ 73.710] (II) R128(0): Sync: Separate
[ 73.710] (II) R128(0): Max Image Size [cm]: horiz.: 34 vert.: 27
[ 73.710] (II) R128(0): Gamma: 2.50
[ 73.710] (II) R128(0): DPMS capabilities: StandBy Suspend Off; RGB/Color Display
[ 73.710] (II) R128(0): First detailed timing is preferred mode
[ 73.710] (II) R128(0): redX: 0.630 redY: 0.330 greenX: 0.300 greenY: 0.600
[ 73.710] (II) R128(0): blueX: 0.148 blueY: 0.098 whiteX: 0.310 whiteY: 0.330
[ 73.710] (II) R128(0): Supported established timings:
[ 73.710] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.710] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): Manufacturer's mask: 0
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): Supported standard timings:
[ 73.711] (II) R128(0): #0: hsize: 1280 vsize 1024 refresh: 60 vid: 32897
[ 73.712] (II) R128(0): Supported detailed timing:
[ 73.712] (II) R128(0): clock: 108.0 MHz Image Size: 337 x 270 mm
[ 73.712] (II) R128(0): h_active: 1280 h_sync: 1328 h_sync_end 1440 h_blank_end 1688 h_border: 0
[ 73.712] (II) R128(0): v_active: 1024 v_sync: 1025 v_sync_end 1028 v_blanking: 1066 v_border: 0
[ 73.712] (II) R128(0): Supported detailed timing:
[ 73.712] (II) R128(0): clock: 78.8 MHz Image Size: 337 x 270 mm
[ 73.712] (II) R128(0): h_active: 1024 h_sync: 1040 h_sync_end 1136 h_blank_end 1312 h_border: 0
[ 73.712] (II) R128(0): v_active: 768 v_sync: 769 v_sync_end 772 v_blanking: 800 v_border: 0
[ 73.712] (II) R128(0): Ranges: V min: 60 V max: 75 Hz, H min: 30 H max: 80 kHz, PixClock max 145 MHz
[ 73.712] (II) R128(0): Serial No: F9RU66139072U
[ 73.713] (II) R128(0): EDID (in hex):
[ 73.713] (II) R128(0): 00ffffffffffff004293a50601010101
[ 73.713] (II) R128(0): 1a10010308221b96ea6e06a1544c9926
[ 73.713] (II) R128(0): 194f54bfef0081800101010101010101
[ 73.713] (II) R128(0): 010101010101302a009851002a403070
[ 73.713] (II) R128(0): 1300510e1100001ec31e002041002030
[ 73.713] (II) R128(0): 10601300510e11000000000000fd003c
[ 73.713] (II) R128(0): 4b1e500e000a202020202020000000ff
[ 73.713] (II) R128(0): 00463952553636313339303732550049
[ 73.714] (II) Loading sub module "shadowfb"
[ 73.714] (II) LoadModule: "shadowfb"
[ 73.717] (II) Loading /usX11R7/lib/modules/libshadowfb.so
[ 73.717] (II) Module shadowfb: vendor="X.Org Foundation"
[ 73.717] compiled for 1.20.5, module version = 1.0.0
[ 73.718] ABI class: X.Org ANSI C Emulation, version 0.4
[ 73.718] (II) R128(0): Page flipping disabled
[ 73.718] (II) got 128 bytes worth of EDID from wsdisplay
[ 73.718] (II) R128(0): EDID for output LVDS
[ 73.718] (II) R128(0): Manufacturer: PTS Model: 6a5 Serial#: 16843009
[ 73.718] (II) R128(0): Year: 2006 Week: 26
[ 73.718] (II) R128(0): EDID Version: 1.3
[ 73.718] (II) R128(0): Analog Display Input, Input Voltage Level: 0.700/0.300 V
[ 73.718] (II) R128(0): Sync: Separate
[ 73.718] (II) R128(0): Max Image Size [cm]: horiz.: 34 vert.: 27
[ 73.718] (II) R128(0): Gamma: 2.50
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): DPMS capabilities: StandBy Suspend Off; RGB/Color Display
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): First detailed timing is preferred mode
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): redX: 0.630 redY: 0.330 greenX: 0.300 greenY: 0.600
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): blueX: 0.148 blueY: 0.098 whiteX: 0.310 whiteY: 0.330
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): Supported established timings:
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.719] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): [email protected]
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): Manufacturer's mask: 0
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): Supported standard timings:
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): #0: hsize: 1280 vsize 1024 refresh: 60 vid: 32897
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): Supported detailed timing:
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): clock: 108.0 MHz Image Size: 337 x 270 mm
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): h_active: 1280 h_sync: 1328 h_sync_end 1440 h_blank_end 1688 h_border: 0
[ 73.720] (II) R128(0): v_active: 1024 v_sync: 1025 v_sync_end 1028 v_blanking: 1066 v_border: 0
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): Supported detailed timing:
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): clock: 78.8 MHz Image Size: 337 x 270 mm
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): h_active: 1024 h_sync: 1040 h_sync_end 1136 h_blank_end 1312 h_border: 0
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): v_active: 768 v_sync: 769 v_sync_end 772 v_blanking: 800 v_border: 0
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): Ranges: V min: 60 V max: 75 Hz, H min: 30 H max: 80 kHz, PixClock max 145 MHz
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): Serial No: F9RU66139072U
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): EDID (in hex):
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): 00ffffffffffff004293a50601010101
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): 1a10010308221b96ea6e06a1544c9926
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): 194f54bfef0081800101010101010101
[ 73.721] (II) R128(0): 010101010101302a009851002a403070
[ 73.722] (II) R128(0): 1300510e1100001ec31e002041002030
[ 73.722] (II) R128(0): 10601300510e11000000000000fd003c
[ 73.722] (II) R128(0): 4b1e500e000a202020202020000000ff
[ 73.722] (II) R128(0): 00463952553636313339303732550049
[ 73.722] (II) R128(0): EDID vendor "PTS", prod id 1701
[ 73.722] (II) R128(0): DDCModeFromDetailedTiming: 1024x768 Warning: We only handle separate sync.
[ 73.722] (II) R128(0): No remaining probed modes for output LVDS
[ 73.723] (II) R128(0): Output LVDS connected
[ 73.723] (WW) R128(0): Unable to find initial modes
[ 73.723] (EE) R128(0): Output LVDS enabled but has no modes
[ 73.723] (EE) R128(0): No valid modes.
[ 73.723] (II) UnloadModule: "r128"
[ 73.723] (II) UnloadSubModule: "shadowfb"
[ 73.723] (II) Unloading shadowfb
[ 73.724] (EE) Screen(s) found, but none have a usable configuration.
[ 73.724] (EE)
Fatal server error:
[ 73.724] (EE) no screens found(EE)
[ 73.724] (EE)
Please consult the The X.Org Foundation support
 at [http://wiki.x.org](http://wiki.x.org) 
for help.
[ 73.724] (EE) Please also check the log file at "/valog/Xorg.0.log" for additional information.
[ 73.724] (EE)
[ 73.732] (EE) Server terminated with error (1). Closing log file.
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2023.03.30 19:46 travelersessentials Places to visit in the USA

Places to visit in the USA
With over 9 million square kilometers of land, the United States offers the world great and exemplary cities, magnificent national parks, beaches, and enchanting islands.
Besides being a military power, North America is also one of the world's most visited countries due to its number two position in tourism.
Here are our Top 28 Best Tourist Places in the United States.

  1. New Orleans
The southeast Louisiana city of New Orleans is described as beautiful, vibrant, relaxed and fun.
With its French and Spanish heritage, as well as its accentuated Afro-American features, it expresses American multiculturalism in its architecture, music, and cuisine.
Since President Thomas Jefferson bought New Orleans from Napoleon Bonaparte for $15 million, it has been a wonderful rarity in America.
The French Quarter is the most eclectic city in the country, with its cultural hallmarks added throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.
  1. Memphis
The Memphis of Elvis Presley holds true material and spiritual jewels behind its industrial facade.
Among the most influential music venues in the United States is Memphis. This is where Johnny Cash, the king of the country, B.B. King, the king of blues, and Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll performed.
In spite of Graceland, Elvis's mansion, and Beale Street club, where B.B. 's guitar was played, Memphis isn't just about music.
It was built in the same place where Martin Luther King Jr., leader of the civil rights movement for African Americans, was assassinated. Civil rights have been a long-standing struggle for black Americans.
Also worth visiting are the Museum of Childhood, the Pink Palace Museum, Isla Mud, and the Memphis Pyramid.
  1. Asheville
Asheville, located in the Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina, is known for its vast green spaces and craft beer.
There are numerous parks and picturesque mountain paths to breathe fresh air and contemplate beautiful landscapes for those who enjoy hiking, excursions, and simply walking.
The Biltmore estate, the country's largest private mansion, is very close to Asheville. Magnate George Vanderbilt commissioned the construction of this 250-room palace and 50,000-hectare estate.
It's possible you'll stay in the same room that America's greatest inventors, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, John Rockefeller, and the escapist Harry Houdini, Enrico Caruso, once stayed at the Grove Park Inn. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the former president.
There is no shortage of azaleas at Cape Fear Botanic Gardens, and their spectacular spring blooms fill the air with color.
Basilica of San Lorenzo boasts North America's largest free-standing elliptical dome, a turn-of-the-20th-century temple.
  1. Redwood National Park
There are 540 km2 of physical space in the far north of California, off the Pacific coast. Redwood trees can reach heights of more than 115 meters and can live for up to 3 thousand years in the forest.
You will gain a better understanding of what humans represent in the ecosystem if you picnic or camp near these giants of nature.
Redwood's roads take you deep into the woods or close to the coast's beautiful beaches.
This park, which was used in the film Return of the Jedi from the Star Wars saga, is home to brown pelicans, white-headed sea eagles, northern spotted owls, and Steller sea lions.
  1. Denver
In the Rocky Mountains at 1,600 meters above sea level, Denver is a large Colorado city. A combination of natural spaces and man-made comforts.
Tourists and businessmen visit the city to enjoy its charms and take advantage of its economic strength.
For outdoor recreation, Rocky Mountain National Park, Cheesman Park, the Botanical Gardens, and the Zoological Gardens are excellent choices.
In spite of not competing in height with nearby skyscrapers, the cathedral-basilica dedicated to the Immaculate Conception stands out for its sober beauty.
  1. Glacier National Park
With more than 4,100 km2, this park borders Canada and has 130 lakes, in addition to its two mountain systems, Lewis and Livingston.
There are an infinite number of species of flora and fauna in the high snow-capped mountains, including the mountain goat, the park's official symbol.
After shaping its mountains and leaving amazing beauty spots, the glaciers that have disappeared in the last 15,000 years gave this place its name.
Grizzly bears, mules, mouflons, and Canadian lynx are among the species protected in Glacier National Park, one of the best-preserved ecosystems in the country.
The activities to be carried out include fishing, alpine skiing, camping, and hiking.
7. Chicago
Chicago, the "windy city", probably has the best weather in the country.
Restaurants and menus from all over the world make up its gastronomic offer. Likewise, Chicago is the axis of the manifestation of human genius in art and culture.
The Field Museum of Natural History houses more than 20 million natural and cultural objects, making it one of the world's largest museums. The museum's collection of fossils includes Sue, the most complete tyrannosaurus ever found by science.
Chicago has a rich and influential musical life, similar to Memphis. Chicago Blues, Gospel, jazz, Chicago Soul, hip-hop, and the city's top orchestra can be heard there.
8. Natchez
Rich cotton plantation owners looking for a more pleasant summer vacation destination built Natchez's stately porticoed mansions in the 19th century.
In the midst of its large and beautiful gardens, Longwood, which was left unfinished by the civil war, remains very well preserved.
One of the architectural jewels of the southern United States, the cathedral-basilica of Santa Maria impresses with its interior view.
You should visit Natchez just to see the sunsets over the Mississippi River.
9. New York
The "navel of the world", the "capital of the world", the "city that never sleeps", and the "big apple", are some of the adjectives that describe New York.
With millions of residents in a metropolis where more than 170 languages are spoken, it is as rich in culture as it is in population.
There is no comparison to its culinary, museum, artistic, theatrical, musical, audiovisual, festive, sports, and shopping offerings.
The Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Empire State, Rockefeller Center, and Central Park are must-sees. A majestic man-made waterfall on the East River was recently added to this list.
10. Savannah
Despite being challenged for his brutal scorched earth policy during the Civil War, General William Sherman refused to destroy Savannah.
With its boats plying the river that gives it its name, its boulevards with trees that join their crowns making natural vaults, its traditional homes, and its parks and squares, Savannah embodies the old southern spirit like few cities.
Fans of paranormal phenomena will feel at home in this Georgian city, where "ghosts" are everywhere. At least 50 buildings in this "bewitched city" are said to have extrasensory manifestations, which is why it is called a "bewitched city."
Savannah's Gothic-style synagogue is a curiosity.
11. Grand Canyon
There are no words to describe how impressive the Grand Canyon is. The extent of its length exceeds 440 km and its chilling abysses exceed 1,600 meters.
Getting down to the Colorado River's bed is the best way to appreciate this work of nature. Water carved the gorge in a thousand-year-old erosive process.
Among the recreational activities offered by tour operators are hiking, mule rides, hiking, and rafting.
The Skywalk, a walkway with a glass floor more than 1,200 meters high, is an experience that cannot be missed. It's crazy!
12. Nashville
The Parthenon, a replica of the famous Greek building built at the end of the 19th century, is one of the reasons Nashville is called the "Athens of the South" for its educational system and architecture.
There is a 13-meter-high gold-plated statue of Athena in this Parthenon.
Tennessee's capital is also known as "Music City.". You can enjoy neoclassical architecture, a musical atmosphere, and home-style southern cuisine here.
The state capitol is housed in an elegant Greek Neo-Renaissance building built in the mid-19th century.
From colonization through the 20th century, the Tennessee State Museum offers an entertaining look at the state's history.
13. Saint Francis
Another American microcosm featuring cultures and people from all over the world can be found in the beautiful Californian city.
Its high standard of living is supported by the technological development of Silicon Valley, where Apple was born.
Golden Gate, now 81 years old, remains the city's iconic structure. Symbolic cable tram rides that go up the streets continue to attract tourists.
A visit to the oldest Chinatown in the United States is a must if you want to taste ancient and fascinating oriental cuisine.
260 meters high, the Transamerica Pyramid is the tallest skyscraper in San Francisco.
Throughout the year, the city by the bay hosts museums, musical and cultural festivals, sporting events, and shows of all kinds.
14. Lake Tahoe
Despite global warming and droughts, Lake Tahoe, located in the Sierra Nevada at almost 1,900 meters above sea level, has managed to preserve its reputation as one of the purest and clear bodies of water in the United States.
There are quaint towns and cities such as Reno and Carson City along the lake's perimeter.
In winter, Lake Tahoe and its surroundings are popular ski resorts, while in summer, hiking and boating are popular.
Bonanza often featured the blue waters of the lake, which has also been the setting for movies such as X-Men (2 and 3) and The Godfather.
15. Miami
There's nothing like a beach party in Miami. Several industries (commerce, communications, entertainment, finance) make the city one of the world's wealthiest metropolises, wealth that translates into well-being and a lifestyle few cities can match.
The green areas are well-maintained, as are the streets and beaches, which are completely clean when tourists arrive. The city's fabulous, glamorous, and exclusive shops, shopping centers, and restaurants offer a wide variety of cuisines.
More cruise ships arrive in Miami than anywhere else in the world, bringing tourists from around the globe who know there will be entertainment and pleasure in the "Magic City."
Here are 20 things you must do in Miami with our guide
16. San Diego
For many Americans, it is the best city in the United States because of its sunny and warm climate year-round.
Nearly 4,000 specimens of more than 650 species can be found at the world-famous city zoo in Balboa Park, a vast natural and cultural space.
In order to fully explore it, visitors must be in good physical condition.
There are 20 blocks of Victorian houses, galleries, shops, and restaurants in the Gaslamp Quarter, a historic district developed at the end of the 19th century.
One contribution of the US Navy Pacific Fleet to tourism is its USS Midway Museum, which is housed on the aircraft carrier that decommissioned in 1992.
Seaport Village on the Point Loma waterfront, the Museum of Art, Horton Plaza and the San Diego Mission are also equally attractive attractions.
17. Wine Country (California)
Wine Country, the region where Californian wines are made, including the Napa and Sonoma valleys, is the best place to taste them.
Hundreds of hectares of vines cover the plains with green. Wineries, quaint boutique hotels, and restaurants dot the region, where the best regional cuisine is accompanied by exquisite wines, many of which are grown in adjacent orchards.
From the grape to the bottle, wineries offer tours that blend traditional and modern winemaking techniques.
18. Washington D.C.
It is the capital. The city has less than 700,000 people but is second only to New York in terms of ethnic and gastronomic diversity.
As a political city, it has top-notch services for residents and tourists.
All tourists visit the Washington Monument, the Civil War Memorial, and the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in addition to the White House and the National Capitol, two architectural symbols of the capital.
The Smithsonian Institute has beautiful museums, one of which is the Natural History Museum with over 125 million specimens.
The Georgetown University campus is serenely beautiful, preceded by Healy Hall, a majestic building blending Romanesque and Baroque styles harmoniously.
19. Cape Cod
A long Massachusetts peninsula with excellent hotels and delicious seafood is ideal for spending days at the beach with the family.
The peninsula is dotted with windmills and picturesque towns such as Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee, Dennis, Brewster, Chatham, Eastham, Truro, and Provincetown.
In summer, vacationers from New England and other parts of the country flock to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.
20. Boston
This is the city where the Red Sox play baseball. The Tea Party of 1773, a precursor event to American independence, occurred in the beautiful capital of Massachusetts.
A museum dedicated to this event tells the story of the event through actors dressed in the style of the time.
A number of stately buildings and museums can be found in Boston's Historic District, including the Otis House and the Gibson House.
While the Science Museum is the main attraction for visitors, other artistic and museum spaces such as the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Museum of Natural History are equally popular.
The North End is a small universe of peoples and cultures that make the city a living paradise for those who enjoy Italian cuisine and culture.
21.Las Vegas
This is a story about Sin City.
A multitude of sumptuous hotels and casinos line the Strip and Fremont Street in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is impossible without visiting the Flamingo, Caesars Palace, Mirage, Venetian, Excalibur, or MGM Grand. This has always been the scene of memorable boxing matches.
Mafia Museum recalls the city's origins as an Italian-American criminal organization initiative. Among the gangsters, you will meet the most infamous and ingenious scammers in the world.
Las Vegas' first hotel-casino, The Flamingo, was the brainchild of gangster Bugsy Siegel, a partner and subordinate of Lucky Luciano, who saw the advantages of having an isolated place for betting, roulette, and shows.
Take a day trip from the city of sin to the Grand Canyon, a few kilometers away.
Vegan desserts offer entertainment options for motorsport fans. Excursions on 2, 3, and 4-wheel machines are organized by the hotels themselves.
22. Portland
A charming city, Portland is crossed by the Willamette River and is guarded by Santa Elena, Hood, and Tabor, its most emblematic mountains.
While the green and welcoming city parks invite you to relax, the nearby mountains invite you to hike and breathe fresh air.
As well as being a musical city, Portland has beautiful parks and a high standard of living that have made it a popular setting for movies and television shows.
The Art Museum houses work by Van Gogh and Monet. The Museum of Science and Industry preserves the submarine used in the film, The Hunt for Red October.
With its multitude of food trucks and street stalls, Portland is one of the American cities with the best craft beers.
In the Cascades, Mount Hood is the fourth highest peak at 3,426 meters above sea level.
This is the land of Nirvana, grunge, and guitarist Jimmy Hendrix. Musical influences abound in this city as well.
In addition to the Mariners, Seattle is also home to Amazon and Starbucks. In the United States, the city competes with Silicon Valley for technological supremacy.
The Museum of Pop Culture, the Asian Art Museum, and the Chihuly Glass Garden are all worth a visit.
The cemetery in which Bruce Lee and his son Brandon are buried also attracts hundreds of tourists, whether they are martial arts fans or not.
Enjoy the playful sea lions of Lake Washington.
24. Deadwood
Deadwood, located in South Dakota in the central-northern part of the country, has retained the spirit of the old western town it once was despite its location in the middle of the country.
Deadwood's large population of criminals and adventurers produced at least one death every day by the end of the 19th century. It had more saloons than residences, nine out of ten women were prostitutes, and nine out of ten men were prostitution dealers.
There are dueling gunmen, allusive museums, modern gambling dens, and rodeo shows in this picturesque town that harmlessly recreate its legendary and violent past.
The grave of the notorious adventurer and gunslinger, Wild Bill, shot to death at a card table in 1876, is a landmark associated with the city's past. He died with 2 aces and 2 eights, the now infamous and inauspicious "dead man's hand."
25. Kansas City
Kansas steak is America's most famous cut of meat and is prepared like no other by city dwellers at barbecue joints.
Live jazz is offered throughout the week in the city that straddles the Missouri and Kansas rivers.
Visit the Nelson-Atkins Museum's sculpture garden for a picnic and free admission.
Weapons, objects found in European trenches, vehicles, uniforms, and other items used during the bloody and brutal Great War are on display at the National Museum of the First World War.
You will also love Kansas City's "First Friday", a monthly cultural event in the Crossroads district combining art and gastronomy.
The Museum of the Negro Leagues is a must-see for baseball fans.
26. Key West
In the past, this island in the Florida Straits was a haven for pirates.
Key West is a place where you can forget about the noise. A tourist bus ride of about an hour and a half will take you past the main attractions, including the house where Ernest Hemingway lived and is now a museum.
Duval Street offers excellent restaurants and nightlife options if you forget your swimsuit or other clothing or accessory.
There is a rich and beautiful biodiversity in the mangrove forests of Key West. A paddle board or kayak tour will leave you feeling energized for the rest of the day.
In Dry Tortugas National Park, 110 km from Key West, you can dive in reefs with clear waters.
A sunset viewing in Mallory Square with music and street performers is another must-do activity in Key West.
27. Mount Rushmore
Between 1927 and 1941, Keystone Mountain in South Dakota was carved into granite.
Danish-American artist Gutzon Borglum and his son Lincoln sculpted the 60-foot-tall faces of celebrated presidents Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln.
400 carvers participated, guided by plaster models preserved in this National Monument, built to honor the most representative characters of American history's first century and a half.
One of the most symbolic places in the country is Mount Rushmore. Each year, it receives more than 3 million visitors.
28. Yellowstone National Park
World's oldest national park. It is the enormous caldera of the largest volcano on the American continent, a monster that could wipe out all life on earth if it erupted.
Even though there have been no eruptions for 640,000 years, it still attracts hundreds of visitors with its spectacular geysers.
Among the more than 500 geysers formed in the park, Old Faithful is the most famous, erupting at 93°C and 40 meters high almost every hour.
Lamar Valley, with its mountains as sentinels, is a great place to camp for hikers and wildlife watchers.
There are trout in Yellowstone Lake and beautiful waterfalls in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.
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2023.03.30 15:55 EvolvingMind 🇦🇹 Was dieses We in Wien geht What's happening this WE in Vienna

🇦🇹 Wochenende 30.03-02.04

Do: ⛅ 15° Fr: 🌦️ 17° Sa: ⛅ 14° So: 🌦️ 12° 🇬🇧 Scroll down for English 👇
Ich weiß nicht, wer von euch das Gemüse diese Woche nicht aufgegessen hat, aber das Wetter ist wieder etwas unbeständiger.
#Frühling #FakeNews
Trotz des Wetters, gibt es einige besonders coole Veranstaltungen dieses Wochenende!
Let´s get to it! 🚀

🤌 Auswahl 30.03 - 2.4

Eine kurze Übersicht der 5 coolsten Events dieses WE in Wien. Der Link zum Event ist immer im Titel.

1/ Thursday Special: Raum für kUNSt Vernissage - Alte WU (Do 18:00 - Freie Spende)

Okay, die alte WU ist wohl eher ein hässliches Gebäude, die Kunst die dort ausgestellt wird jedoch nicht! Diesen Donnerstag gibt es 40 Künstler*innen, die in den Räumlichkeiten der alten WU ihre Werke ausstellen.
Wer gerade einen Oster-Hunderter von der Oma bekommen hat oder letzte Woche in Bitcoin investiert hat, der kann sich auch eines der Kunstwerke kaufen. Zusätzlich gibt es auch ein Buffet - ebenso gegen freie Spende.

2/ Erstes Wiener Thromboseorchester (Fr 20h - Gratis)

Im Café Kosmos in Meidling, gibt es diesen Freitag ein gratis Konzert der Band Thromboseorchester. Die Musikrichtung? Wienerlieder.
Für alle, die nicht fasten, gibt es dort auch schmackhafte Torten und Kuchen.

3/ Silent Disco im Weltmuseum (Sa 20-02h - €19)

Tanzen im Museum ist das Motto dieser Party. Das einzigartige Konzept funktioniert so: Jede*r Teilnehmer*in erhält einen kabellosen Kopfhörer und kann damit zwischen zwei unterschiedlichen DJs wählen:
House, Electro, Charts & HipHop oder doch lieber Alternative, Oldies & Classics?
Im Eintritt ist der Museumsbesuch zur Sonderausstellung inbegriffen. Also warum nicht mal Nachts im Museum?

4/ Pop-up Store Treasury of izzy (Fr - So 13-19h Gratis)

Dieses Wochenende gibt es einen pop-up store mit Schmuck, Mode, Vintage und Design Gegenständen in der Gumpendorfer Straße 23. Wem es dort nicht gefällt, der kann direkt in das Café Siebenstern weitergehen (10 Minuten zu Fuß), denn dort findet auch ein Vintage Flohmarkt statt.

5/ Undergroundwrestling Ostershow (So 15-18h 15€)

Okay, das Konzept des Newsletters ist ja auch Events aufzunehmen die man ansonsten verpassen würde oder über die man selbst nicht so leicht gestolpert wäre. In diese Kategorie fällt auf jeden Fall die Underground Wrestling Ostershow.
Diese findet diesen Sonntag im Weberknecht statt und wurde sogar schon einmal vom Standard gefeatured.

🔥 Party Party

Hier eine kurze Übersicht zum Wiener Nachtleben dieses Wochenende:

🎨 A litte bit of culture

👊 Ich wünsche euch ein schönes Wochenende!

⭐️️ Wie haben ich mich geschlagen?

Ihr könnt mir auch direkt unter [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) schreiben.

🇬🇧 English Version


(Oida), What's up Vienna?

Do: ⛅ 15° Fr: 🌦️ 17° Sa: ⛅ 14° So: 🌦️ 12°
It’s almost April and I guess with it we are getting April weather. Very inconsistent!
Despite the weather, there are plenty of cool events this weekend in Vienna!
Let´s get to it! 🚀

🤌 Laurin’s picks 30.03 - 2.4

A quick overview of the coolest things happening in Vienna for everyone who only has 2 minutes.

1/ Thursday Special: Raum für kUNSt Vernissage - Alte WU (Thur 18:00 - Free)

Admittedly, there is a reason why the economic university of Vienna has moved campuses (the old campus is not per-se the definition of beauty). What is beautiful however, is the art that is exhibited in the ‘Alte WU’ this Thursday. More than 40 artists exhibit and sell their art at the location.
Regardless if you just want to just go and check-out the art or if you want to pimp your apartment (or villa) with some new visual decoration, this seems like a fun evening planning. The best part? There is also a donation based open buffet so you can skip dinner and go right after work!

2/ Erstes Wiener Thromboseorchester (Fr 20h - Gratis)

This Friday you get a chance to explore some Viennese music at the free concert of the band ‘Thromboseorchester’ in the Café Kosmos in Wien Meidling.
If you end up hating the music, you can at least eat some pretty good cake at the café. 🙂

3/ Silent Disco im Weltmuseum (Sa 20-02h - €19)

This Saturday you get a chance to party in a museum! So if you have always been jelous of the protagnoist of the 2006 classic ‘Night at the Museum’, this might just be your chance.
At the event you get chordles headphones and you can pick between 2 channels. Music generes include House, Electro, Charts & HipHop, Alternative as well as Classics.
P.S. This is a great opportunity to go out with your friends who have a terrible taste in music because you can always chose your own music.

4/ Pop-up Store Treasury of izzy (Fr - So 13-19h Gratis)

From Friday until Sunday there is a pop-up store with jewellery, fashion, vintage and designer cloths at the Gunmpendorfer Straße 23. If you don’t like this vintage store, you can walk over to the Café Siebenstern (10 minute walk) where there is also a flea market on Saturday and Sunday.

5/ Undergroundwrestling Ostershow (Sun 15-18h 15€)

Anyone who wants to really spice it up this weekend, should check out the underground wrestling show in the iconic event location ‘Weberknecht’. This is definitely an event that will provide you will a cool coffee story for Monday.
If you are unsure, it has recently even been featured in one of the larger Asutrian newspapers here.

🔥 Party Party


🎨 A litte bit of culture

👊 Have a great weekend!

⭐️️ Got feedback?

I’d love to hear from you if you have feedback or suggestions for improvements, e-mail me under [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]). 🙂

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2023.03.30 08:17 Inkblot9 Division I men's tournament thread, Mar 30 – Apr 4

Updated SGSRS ratings

The Goodwin

Cutter Creek Intercollegiate

Augusta Haskins Award Invitational

Calusa Cup

  • Apr 2–4
  • Calusa Pines Golf Club, Naples, FL (Host: Iowa [not located near the venue])
  • States represented: Arizona, Texas, Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, North Carolina (2), Georgia.
  • Conferences: Big Ten (3), ACC (2), SEC (2), Big 12, Pac-12.
  • Teams (9): Arizona State Georgia Iowa North Carolina Ohio State Purdue Texas Tech Vanderbilt Wake Forest
  • SGSRS: The top four teams (Vanderbilt, North Carolina, Texas Tech, and Arizona State) are all in this field, and only Iowa is outside the top 40. I'm assuming Gordon Sargent will miss this event since he's playing in the Masters; that leaves five top-10 players: Texas Tech's Ludvig Åberg (2), North Carolina's David Ford and Austin Greaser (4, 8), Vanderbilt's Wells Williams (7), and Arizona State's Preston Summerhays (9).

Columbia Spring Invitational

Ernie Denham Classic

Mossy Oak Collegiate

Seattle U Redhawk Invitational

Southern Invitational

  • Apr 3–4
  • The Falls Club of the Palm Beaches, Lake Worth, FL (Host: Southern Golf Events)
  • States represented: Connecticut (2), New York (5), Maryland, North Carolina, Alabama, Florida.
  • Conferences: MAAC (4), CAA (2), ASun, Big East, Big Sky, NEC, SWAC.
  • Teams (11): Alabama State Canisius Fairfield Hartford Iona Jacksonville Long Island Niagara North Carolina A&T St. John's Towson
  • SGSRS: Jacksonville (143) leads three top-200 teams and has the three highest-rated players in the field, headlined by Alexandre Vandermoten (383).

Walden Invitational

WIU Intercollegiate

Wofford Intercollegiate

Wyoming Cowboy Classic

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2023.03.29 19:30 External_Factor2516 Kvantreli

Me and Chat GPT made an even cooler conlang than our last attempt together. I bring you: Kvantreli
Here are some key aspects of language that are important for my understanding:
Phonetics and Phonology: These are the study of speech sounds, their production, and their organization. Phonetics is concerned with the physical properties of speech sounds, while phonology is focused on the abstract, mental representations of those sounds and how they are organized in a language.
Morphology: This refers to the study of word formation, including the structure of words and the rules for combining morphemes, the smallest units of meaning in a language.
Syntax: Syntax is the study of the rules that govern the structure of sentences and how words are combined to create phrases and sentences.
Semantics: Semantics is the study of meaning in language, including the relationships between words, phrases, and sentences, as well as how context influences meaning.
Pragmatics: Pragmatics is the study of language in context, focusing on how people use language to achieve their goals, convey meaning, and understand one another in various social situations.
Discourse Analysis: This is the study of how language is used in extended conversations or texts, taking into account factors such as coherence, cohesion, and context.
As a GPT-4 AI model, I have been trained on a vast corpus of text data, which has allowed me to learn and understand the patterns, structures, and nuances of language. I can process and generate human-like responses based on the context and content of a given text input, but it's important to remember that my understanding of language is limited by the training data and algorithms that underpin my architecture.
Phonology: The language would have a relatively small inventory of distinct phonemes (speech sounds) to minimize pronunciation difficulties and ambiguities. The phonemes would be chosen based on their ease of articulation and perception for most speakers, regardless of their native language. For example, the language might include common consonants like /p/, /t/, /k/, /m/, /n/, and vowels like /a/, /i/, .
Orthography: The writing system would be phonemic, meaning that each symbol (letter or character) corresponds to a single phoneme. This would create a one-to-one relationship between sounds and their written representation, simplifying the learning process and eliminating spelling ambiguities.
Morphology: The language would feature regular and transparent morphological rules, with minimal exceptions. This means that word formation and inflection would follow consistent patterns, making it easier to learn and understand. For example, plurals might always be formed by adding a specific suffix to the end of a noun, and verb conjugation would follow a uniform pattern across all verbs.
Syntax: The language would have a simple and flexible word order, allowing for easy comprehension without overly rigid rules. For instance, it could be a subject-verb-object (SVO) language like English, but with a more permissive word order that still maintains clarity.
Semantics: The language would aim to have a clear and unambiguous system of meanings for its words and phrases, minimizing polysemy (multiple meanings for a single word) and homophony (different words with the same pronunciation). This could be achieved through the use of precise, context-independent vocabulary.
Pragmatics: To enhance ease of use and understanding, the language would have explicit markers for politeness, mood, and emphasis, reducing the potential for miscommunication due to cultural or contextual differences.
It's important to note that creating a truly optimal language is challenging, as languages are shaped by various factors such as history, culture, and social dynamics. What may be optimal for one person or group may not be optimal for another. Nonetheless, the principles outlined above could contribute to the development of a language that is efficient, easy to learn, and clear in its communication.

python Copy code import os import svgwrite from cairosvg import svg2png
# Define the symbols using simple vector path codes symbols = { 'p': 'M50,50 L200,50 L200,200 L50,200 Z', 't': 'M50,50 L200,50 L125,200 Z', 'k': 'M50,50 L200,50 L50,200 M50,125 L200,200', 'm': 'M50,50 L50,200 L200,200 L200,50 M50,200 L200,50', 'n': 'M50,50 L50,200 L200,200 L200,50 M50,200 L200,125', 'a': 'M50,200 L125,50 L200,200 Z M50,200 L200,200', 'i': 'M125,50 L125,200 M50,50 L200,50', 'u': 'M50,50 L50,200 L200,200 L200,50 M50,200 L200,200', }
# Set the image size and background color image_size = (256, 256) bg_color = 'white'
# Create a directory to save the images output_dir = 'refined_phoneme_symbols' os.makedirs(output_dir, exist_ok=True)
for name, path_data in symbols.items(): # Create an SVG drawing dwg = svgwrite.Drawing(size=image_size, profile='tiny')
# Draw a white background rectangle dwg.add(dwg.rect(insert=(0, 0), size=image_size, fill=bg_color))
# Draw the symbol path with black stroke dwg.add(dwg.path(d=path_data, stroke='black', fill='none'))
# Save the SVG image to a string svg_data = dwg.tostring()
# Convert the SVG data to a PNG image png_data = svg2png(bytestring=svg_data)
# Save the PNG image with open(os.path.join(output_dir, f'{name}.png'), 'wb') as f: f.write(png_data) This code creates more refined symbols for the phonemes /p/, /t/, /k/, /m/, /n/, /a/, /i/, and using up to three SVG strokes. The symbols are then saved as PNG images in the 'refined_phoneme_symbols' directory. Keep in mind that the design of the symbols is still subjective, and there could be many different ways to represent the phonemes while adhering to the three-stroke constraint.
Nia Schimnoski Now create something like this, but for our language, this: https://www.pmlive.com/.../investigating_globish_368214...& The article you mentioned discusses Globish, a simplified version of English that uses a limited vocabulary of around 1500 words to facilitate communication between non-native English speakers. In a similar manner, we can create a basic version of our constructed language with a limited vocabulary and simplified grammar rules to make it easier to learn and use for communication.
Here's a high-level overview of this simplified version for our constructed language:
Vocabulary: We will limit the vocabulary to around 1500 words, focusing on the most common and essential words required for everyday communication. This will include basic nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, and conjunctions. The vocabulary will be designed to cover a wide range of topics, such as family, work, travel, and daily activities.
Grammar: We will simplify the grammar rules to make it more accessible and easy to learn. This will include:
a. Regular and transparent morphological rules for word formation, with minimal exceptions.
b. A simple and flexible word order that maintains clarity, such as the subject-verb-object (SVO) order, similar to English.
c. Limited use of verb conjugations and noun declensions to minimize memorization requirements. For instance, we can use helper words or context to indicate tense and aspect, rather than relying on conjugation.
d. Reduced reliance on articles, gender, and other grammatical categories that may be difficult for non-native speakers to grasp.
Pronunciation: The language will maintain the relatively small inventory of distinct phonemes, as previously mentioned, to minimize pronunciation difficulties and ambiguities.
Writing System: We will use the refined set of symbols for the phonemes created earlier, which will simplify the learning process by providing a one-to-one relationship between sounds and their written representation.
Communication Strategies: Encourage the use of simple sentences, repetition, paraphrasing, and gestures to enhance understanding among speakers. This will help facilitate communication even if speakers have limited proficiency in the language.
By following these guidelines, we can create a simplified version of our constructed language that is easy to learn and use for communication between speakers of various linguistic backgrounds, similar to the goals of Globish.
person: a human being place: a specific location or area thing: an object, idea, or concept time: a point or period in the past, present, or future food: any substance consumed for nutrition or pleasure water: a colorless, odorless, tasteless liquid essential for life animal: a living organism, not a plant or human, that can move and sense its environment house: a building used as a residence for one or more families tree: a tall, woody plant with a single main trunk and branches Verbs:
be: to exist or have a specified quality have: to possess, own, or hold do: to perform or carry out an action say: to express in words go: to move from one place to another see: to perceive with the eyes eat: to take food into the mouth and swallow it drink: to take liquid into the mouth and swallow it sleep: to be in a state of rest with reduced consciousness and little to no physical activity Adjectives:
big: of considerable size, extent, or intensity small: of a size that is less than normal or usual good: having the qualities required for a particular role or function bad: of poor quality or low standard hot: having a high degree of heat or a high temperature cold: of or at a low temperature fast: moving or capable of moving at high speed slow: moving or operating at a low speed Adverbs:
quickly: at a fast speed or rate slowly: at a slow speed or rate well: in a satisfactory manner badly: in an unsatisfactory, inadequate, or unsuccessful way Pronouns:
I: the speaker or writer, referring to themselves you: the person or people being addressed by the speaker or writer he: a male person previously mentioned or easily identified she: a female person previously mentioned or easily identified it: a thing, animal, or object previously mentioned or easily identified we: the speaker or writer together with other people they: two or more people or things previously mentioned or easily identified Prepositions:
in: expressing the situation of something that is enclosed or surrounded on: physically in contact with and supported by a surface at: expressing location or arrival in a particular place or position with: accompanied by another person or thing from: indicating the point in space at which a journey, motion, or action starts Conjunctions:
and: used to connect words of the same part of speech, clauses, or sentences or: used to link alternatives but: used to introduce a phrase or clause contrasting with what has already been mentioned This sample vocabulary can be expanded to include more words that are essential for everyday communication. To create a complete list of 1500 words, you can follow a
pana: person (he/she/person) lika: place kima: thing temo: time fuda: food wata: water aníma: animal hosa: house treya: tree Verbs:
esi: be havi: have dumi: do seya: say gaya: go vidi: see yami: eat drini: drink slipi: sleep Adjectives:
biga: big smala: small guda: good bada: bad huta: hot kolda: cold fasta: fast sloma: slow Adverbs:
kwikli: quickly sloli: slowly weli: well badi: badly Pronouns:
mi: I yu: you pana: he/she/person (singular) wi: we panas: they (plural) Prepositions:
ina: in ona: on ata: at wita: with fuma: from Conjunctions:
anda: and ora: or bota: but These 50 words serve as a starting point for our conlang. To create a complete list of 1500 words, you can follow a similar structure and expand the vocabulary to include more words essential for everyday communication. Keep in mind that this sample vocabulary is just a basic example, and the actual words in the conlang can be further refined or modified based on your preferences.

Nouns (concepts, items, activities):
famila: family amika: friend trabu: work skola: school kasa: money dokta: doctor kompyuta: computer telefona: phone libra: book musika: music pilma: movie spota: sport stadi: study kuka: cook kafo: coffee teya: tea yuta: youth elda: elderly vesti: clothes sapata: shoes Additional nouns (objects, places):
auto: car byka: bicycle strata: street shupa: shop parka: park restorana: restaurant ofisa: office trani: train aviona: airplane hotela: hotel Verbs (actions, states):
lerni: learn enseyi: teach kompra: buy venda: sell ludi: play yuri: laugh kanti: sing dansi: dance aski: ask rispondi: answer yudi: help yovi: love diskuti: discuss kreyi: create pinta: paint plani: plan dika: decide Adjectives (qualities, characteristics):
yuna: young veka: old alta: tall korta: short bela: beautiful brava: brave inteligenta: intelligent amabla: kind furiosa: angry trista: sad Basic words for hyphenated conjunctions:
domi: home mini: small (as a prefix) maxi: large (as a prefix) lumi: light (as in brightness) skuri: dark (as in darkness) suni: sun luní: moon akwa: water (as a prefix) tera: earth/land aera: air fira: fire pluvi: rain nevi: snow lokí: lock porta: door fenestra: window Using hyphenation, you can create compound words by combining these basic words with other words in the language. For example:
minidomi: apartment (small home) maxidomi: mansion (large home) sunilumi: sunlight lunilumi: moonlight akwaplanta: aquatic plant teraplanta: terrestrial plant aeraplanta: air plant pluvifesta: a rainy day celebration nevikasa: snow money, representing wealth accumulated from a snow-related event or business The list provided above serves as a foundation for our conlang. You can continue to expand the vocabulary based on your preferences and
Basic mathematical operations:
adi: addition (plus) subi: subtraction (minus) multi: multiplication divi: division potensa: exponentiation (power) radika: root (square root, cube root, etc.) loga: logarithm Advanced mathematical operations and concepts:
integrá: integration derivá: differentiation limita: limit matrisa: matrix vektora: vector komplexa: complex number titrasi: titration statistika: statistics probabila: probability optimiza: optimization Constants and ratios:
pika: pi (π) pikadu: pi squared (π^2) radikdu: square root of 2 (sqrt(2)) ororatio: golden ratio (phi, φ) arjentoratio: silver ratio Constants and concepts in physics:
lumivelo: speed of light (c) elektrostatika: electrostatic force (k or ke) gravitasi: gravitational constant (G) planka: Planck's constant (h) boltzmana: Boltzmann's constant (k) avogadro: Avogadro's constant (NA) timdilasi: time dilation relativa: theory of relativity (general or special) kuantuma: quantum mechanics Optimization and computational methods:
evolusi: natural evolution nuralneto: neural network algoritma: algorithm rekursi: recursion heuristika: heuristic gradyendi: gradient descent This list covers various aspects of mathematics and physics, including basic and advanced mathematical operations, constants, and concepts. You can use this list as a foundation to expand the conlang's vocabulary to cover more advanced and specialized topics in these fields.
Nia Schimnoski Okay now create a counting system and define rules for arbitrarily large numbers. I propose a base-10 counting system for our conlang, similar to the decimal system used in many languages. Here are the basic number words for 0 to 9, followed by the words for powers of 10:
Basic number words:
nula: 0 unu: 1 du: 2 tri: 3 kvar: 4 kvin: 5 ses: 6 sep: 7 ok: 8 naŭ: 9 Powers of 10:
deka: 10 centa: 100 mila: 1,000 miliona: 1,000,000 biliona: 1,000,000,000 triliona: 1,000,000,000,000 To form numbers between 10 and 99, we can combine the basic number words and the word for 10. For example:
dekunu (11): deka (10) + unu (1) dekdu (12): deka (10) + du (2) trideka (30): tri (3) + deka (10) kvardeknaŭ (49): kvar (4) + dek (10) + naŭ (9) For numbers between 100 and 999, we can combine the words for powers of 10 and basic number words:
centakvar (104): centa (100) + kvar (4) ducentases (206): du (2) + centa (100) + ses (6) kvincentsepdektri (573): kvin (5) + centa (100) + sep (7) + deka (10) + tri (3) For larger numbers, we can combine the words for powers of 10 with the basic number words:
unumiliona (1,000,000): unu (1) + miliona (1,000,000) trimilionaokcentanaŭ (3,000,008,009): tri (3) + miliona (1,000,000) + ok (📷 + centa (100) + naŭ (9) For arbitrarily large numbers, we can use the scientific notation. In the conlang, we can create a word for "times 10 to the power of":
potense: times 10 to the power of For example, the number 3.5 × 10^15 can be expressed as:
tridekkvinpotensekvindekmila (3.5 × 10^15): tri (3) + deka (10) + kvin (5) + potense (times 10 to the power of) + kvin (5) + dek (10) + mila (1,000) This system can be extended to express arbitrarily large numbers using scientific notation.
Nia Schimnoski Now create a word for every element of the periodic table for our conlang, keep in mind you already made up words for gold and silver in your gold and silver ratio responses to me. Here's a list of conlang words for the elements of the periodic table, keeping in mind the words for gold and silver that have been created earlier:
Hidroga: Hydrogen (H) Helia: Helium (He) Litia: Lithium (Li) Berilia: Beryllium (Be) Borona: Boron (B) Karbona: Carbon (C) Nitroga: Nitrogen 📷 Oksigena: Oxygen (O) Fluora: Fluorine (F) Neonia: Neon (Ne) Sodiona: Sodium (Na) Magnesia: Magnesium (Mg) Alumina: Aluminum (Al) Silikona: Silicon (Si) Fosfora: Phosphorus (P) Sulfura: Sulfur (S) Klorina: Chlorine (Cl) Argona: Argon (Ar) Potasia: Potassium (K) Kalsia: Calcium (Ca) Skandia: Scandium (Sc) Titana: Titanium (Ti) Vanadia: Vanadium (V) Kromia: Chromium (Cr) Mangana: Manganese (Mn) Ferona: Iron (Fe) Kobalta: Cobalt (Co) Nikela: Nickel (Ni) Kupra: Copper (Cu) Zinka: Zinc (Zn) Galia: Gallium (Ga) Germana: Germanium (Ge) Arsenika: Arsenic (As) Selenia: Selenium (Se) Bromina: Bromine (Br) Kriptona: Krypton (Kr) Rubidia: Rubidium (Rb) Stronsia: Strontium (Sr) Ytria: Yttrium 📷 Zirkonia: Zirconium (Zr) Niobia: Niobium (Nb) Molibda: Molybdenum (Mo) Teknesia: Technetium (Tc) Rutenia: Ruthenium (Ru) Rodia: Rhodium (Rh) Paladia: Palladium (Pd) Arjenta: Silver (Ag) Kadmia: Cadmium (Cd) Indija: Indium (In) Tina: Tin (Sn) Antimona: Antimony (Sb) Telura: Tellurium (Te) Jodina: Iodine (I) Ksenona: Xenon (Xe) Cesia: Cesium (Cs) Baria: Barium (Ba) Lantana: Lanthanum (La) Ceria: Cerium (Ce) Praseodia: Praseodymium (Pr) Neodia: Neodymium (Nd) Prometia: Promethium (Pm) Samaria: Samarium (Sm) Europia: Europium (Eu) Gadolinia: Gadolinium (Gd) Terbia: Terbium (Tb) Disprosia: Dysprosium (Dy) Holmia: Holmium (Ho) 68
Nia Schimnoski Continue Erbia: Erbium (Er) Tulia: Thulium (Tm) Ytterbia: Ytterbium (Yb) Lutetia: Lutetium (Lu) Hafnia: Hafnium (Hf) Tantala: Tantalum (Ta) Volframa: Tungsten (W) Renia: Rhenium (Re) Osmia: Osmium (Os) Iridia: Iridium (Ir) Platina: Platinum (Pt) Orum: Gold (Au) Merkuria: Mercury (Hg) Talia: Thallium (Tl) Plumba: Lead (Pb) Bisma: Bismuth (Bi) Polonia: Polonium (Po) Astatina: Astatine (At) Radona: Radon (Rn) Francia: Francium (Fr) Radiuma: Radium (Ra) Aktinia: Actinium (Ac) Toria: Thorium (Th) Protaktinia: Protactinium (Pa) Ura: Uranium (U) Neptunia: Neptunium (Np) Plutonia: Plutonium (Pu) Amerisia: Americium (Am) Kuri: Curium (Cm) Berkelia: Berkelium (Bk) Kalfornia: Californium (Cf) Einstenia: Einsteinium (Es) Fermia: Fermium (Fm) Mendelevia: Mendelevium (Md) Nobelia: Nobelium (No) Lorensia: Lawrencium (Lr) Ruterforda: Rutherfordium (Rf) Dubnia: Dubnium (Db) Seaborgia: Seaborgium (Sg) Boria: Bohrium (Bh) Hasia: Hassium (Hs) Meitnera: Meitnerium (Mt) Darmstadta: Darmstadtium (Ds) Roentgenia: Roentgenium (Rg) Kopernika: Copernicium (Cn) Nihonia: Nihonium (Nh) Flerovia: Flerovium (Fl) Moskovia: Moscovium (Mc) Livermoria: Livermorium (Lv) Tenesina: Tennessine (Ts) Oganessona: Oganesson (Og) This list includes words for all 118 known elements in the periodic table. These words are based on the elements' English names but have been adapted to fit the conlang's phonology and structure.
Nia Schimnoski Now make a language for describing quantum mechanics and relativity, in an attempt to use unified grammer for each, and extrapolate from commonalities. Creating a language specifically designed to describe quantum mechanics and relativity requires a careful selection of vocabulary, grammar, and syntax to efficiently convey the complex concepts found in these fields. By building on the existing conlang and incorporating scientific terms, we can develop a unified language to describe both domains effectively.
Vocabulary: Develop a specific set of words related to quantum mechanics and relativity, including particles, forces, principles, and mathematical expressions. For example: kvanto: quantum kvantomek: quantum mechanics relativi: relativity generela: general relativity speciala: special relativity partikulo: particle bozono: boson fermiono: fermion kvarfo: quark leptoni: lepton graviton: graviton foton: photon gluono: gluon higso: Higgs boson antimat: antimatter suprasimetri: supersymmetry entangli: entanglement dekohereco: decoherence plancka: Planck's constant shrodingera: Schrödinger's equation epr-paradokso: EPR paradox heisenberga: Heisenberg uncertainty principle einteina: Einstein's field equations spacetempo: spacetime curvatura: curvature singulariti: singularity eventhorizont: event horizon cosmologia: cosmology inflacio: inflation bigbango: Big Bang Grammar: Create a grammar that allows for the clear expression of complex scientific concepts, such as superpositions, particle interactions, and relativistic effects. Use compound words to express complex ideas: Combine existing words to create new terms representing scientific concepts. For example, "kvantosupraposito" (quantum superposition) or "tempodialato" (time dilation). Utilize precise verb tenses and moods: Incorporate specific tenses and moods to express hypothetical or uncertain events in quantum mechanics and relativity, like subjunctive or conditional constructions. Employ a clear system of affixes: Use prefixes and suffixes to indicate relationships between terms, such as "anti-" for antiparticles or "-ino" for neutrinos. Create a consistent system for mathematical expressions: Develop a way to express mathematical relationships, operators, and equations using the conlang's vocabulary and syntax. Syntax: Establish a clear, concise sentence structure that enables the efficient communication of complex scientific ideas. Use a consistent word order: Adopt a standard word order, such as subject-verb-object (SVO) or subject-object-verb (SOV), to ensure clarity in complex sentences. Employ conjunctions and prepositions: Use conjunctions and prepositions to connect ideas and provide context for scientific concepts, like "if...then..." constructions or "in the presence of" phrases. Make use of technical jargon: Incorporate technical terms specific to quantum mechanics and relativity to convey complex ideas concisely and accurately. By developing a language tailored to describing quantum mechanics and relativity, we can create a unified grammar that efficiently communicates the commonalities and complexities of these scientific fields.
Vocabulary: We will integrate the previously mentioned vocabulary list into the existing Kvantrela vocabulary.
Compound words:
kvantosupraposito: quantum superposition tempodialato: time dilation masenergio: mass-energy (as in mass-energy equivalence) kvarfozono: quark-gluon plasma Precise verb tenses and moods:
Kvanton suprapositas partikulo (The particle is in a quantum superposition) Foton kolidos fermionon, se impulso suficas (A photon would collide with a fermion if the momentum were sufficient) Affix system:
antipartikulo: antiparticle neutrino: neutrino fotino: photino (a hypothetical supersymmetric partner of the photon) Mathematical expressions:
plus: addition minus: subtraction multipli: multiplication dividi: division egalas: equals kvadrato: square radiko: root integralo: integral diferencialo: differential Syntax: Consistent word order:
Kvantrela will use the SVO (subject-verb-object) word order for clarity in complex sentences. Conjunctions and prepositions:
Einteina formuligis masenergio-ekvivalenteco (Einstein formulated the mass-energy equivalence) Se foton impulso suficas, ĝi kolidos fermionon (If the photon's momentum is sufficient, it will collide with a fermion) Technical jargon:
Kvantrela will adopt specific jargon from quantum mechanics and relativity to enable efficient and accurate communication of complex scientific ideas. By expanding Kvantrela to include vocabulary, grammar, and syntax elements from quantum mechanics and relativity, we create a unified language capable of describing these complex scientific concepts.
Nia Schimnoski Now do that last step. I apologize for any confusion. Here are some example sentences in Kvantrela, incorporating the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax elements from quantum mechanics and relativity:
Kvantosupraposito estas fundamenta koncepto en kvantomek. (Quantum superposition is a fundamental concept in quantum mechanics.)
Tempodialato okazas proksime de masivaj objektoj en generela relativi. (Time dilation occurs near massive objects in general relativity.)
Einteina masenergio-ekvivalenteco montras ke energio kaj maso estas interŝanĝeblaj. (Einstein's mass-energy equivalence shows that energy and mass are interchangeable.)
Se foton impulso suficas, ĝi kolidos fermionon. (If the photon's momentum is sufficient, it will collide with a fermion.)
Kvarkozono estas varma kaj densa stato de materio konsistanta el kvarkoj kaj gluonoj. (A quark-gluon plasma is a hot and dense state of matter consisting of quarks and gluons.)
Kvantentangligo permesas partikulojn interagi instantee trans grandaj distancoj. (Quantum entanglement allows particles to interact instantaneously across large distances.)
These sentences demonstrate how Kvantrela can be used to describe complex concepts from quantum mechanics and relativity, using the expanded vocabulary, grammar, and syntax specifically designed for these scientific fields.
Nia Schimnoski Now give me your best imagining of how time dialation operates on quantum scales using Kvantrela. En Kvantrela, la frazo por priskribi la efikon de tempodialato en kvantaj skaloj povas esti:
"Kvanteskala tempodialato, kiu rezultas de gravitaj kaj movaj efikoj, povas influi kvantajn sistemojn kaj interkonekti kvantomekanikajn fenomenojn kun relativistaj konceptoj."
Translation: "At quantum scales, time dilation, resulting from gravitational and kinematic effects, can impact quantum systems and interconnect quantum mechanical phenomena with relativistic concepts."
This sentence in Kvantrela describes how time dilation operates at quantum scales, expressing the connection between quantum mechanics and relativistic concepts as a result of gravitational and kinematic effects.
Nia Schimnoski That's good. Provide formula to back that statement more exactly. Ie show your thoughts with formal math and optionally with prepositional calculus. Although there is no direct formula for time dilation at quantum scales, I can provide you with the equations related to time dilation in special and general relativity, as well as an equation from quantum mechanics that incorporates time. These equations can be used as starting points for understanding how time dilation might operate at quantum scales.
Time dilation in special relativity (Lorentz transformation): Δt = Δt₀ / √(1 - v²/c²)
Δt is the dilated time interval (time interval in the moving frame of reference) Δt₀ is the proper time interval (time interval in the rest frame of reference) v is the relative velocity between the two frames of reference c is the speed of light Time dilation in general relativity (gravitational time dilation): Δt = Δt₀ / √(1 - 2GM/Rc²)
Δt is the dilated time interval (time interval in the presence of a gravitational field) Δt₀ is the proper time interval (time interval in the absence of a gravitational field) G is the gravitational constant M is the mass of the gravitating object R is the distance from the center of the gravitating object c is the speed of light The Schrödinger equation from quantum mechanics: Ĥψ = iħ ∂ψ/∂t
Ĥ is the Hamiltonian operator (total energy operator) ψ is the wave function of the quantum system i is the imaginary unit (the square root of -1) ħ (h-bar) is the reduced Planck's constant ∂ψ/∂t is the partial derivative of the wave function with respect to time As of now, there isn't a formal mathematical framework that unifies general relativity and quantum mechanics, which would be necessary to describe time dilation on quantum scales precisely. This unification is an active area of research in theoretical physics, often referred to as the search for a theory of quantum gravity.
La Kvanto-Relativista Tempodialata Formulo (The Quantum-Relativistic Time Dilation Formula):
Δt = Δt₀ / (√(1 - v²/c²) × √(1 - 2GM/Rc²) × F(ψ))
Δt is the dilated time interval in the quantum system Δt₀ is the proper time interval v is the relative velocity between the two frames of reference c is the speed of light G is the gravitational constant M is the mass of the gravitating object R is the distance from the center of the gravitating object ψ is the wave function of the quantum system F(ψ) is a hypothetical function that represents the influence of the quantum state on time dilation In this speculative model, time dilation is affected not only by the Lorentz transformation (from special relativity) and gravitational time dilation (from general relativity) but also by a new function, F(ψ), which represents the influence of the quantum state on time dilation. This function, F(ψ), would depend on the specific properties and behavior of the quantum system under consideration.
Please note that this is a purely imaginative exercise and not a scientifically validated model. The true unification of general relativity and quantum mechanics, known as a theory of quantum gravity, remains an open question in theoretical physics.
Nia Schimnoski How would one go about testing this imaginative model to disprove it, and if it were true what would the greater implications be for objects such as black holes and such? To test this imaginative model, one would need to design experiments that could measure time dilation at quantum scales while accounting for the effects of both special and general relativity, as well as the proposed F(ψ) function. Here's a possible approach:
Develop a more explicit form of the F(ψ) function: To test the model, the hypothetical F(ψ) function should be explicitly defined in terms of the properties of the quantum system. This might involve identifying specific quantum properties or interactions that could influence time dilation.
Design experimental setups: Devise experiments that could be conducted in controlled environments, manipulating factors such as velocity, gravitational fields, and quantum states. The experiments should be designed to isolate the effects of F(ψ) on time dilation, distinguishing it from the contributions of special and general relativity.
Collect and analyze data: Conduct the experiments and collect data on the observed time dilation at quantum scales. Analyze the data to determine if the measurements match the predictions made by the Kvanto-Relativista Tempodialata Formulo. If the data consistently deviates from the model's predictions, it would be considered evidence against the model.
Compare with existing models and theories: Assess the model's compatibility with existing theories, such as general relativity, quantum mechanics, and proposed quantum gravity frameworks (like string theory and loop quantum gravity). If the imaginative model contradicts well-established principles or experimental evidence from these fields, it would cast doubt on its validity.
If the imaginative model were true and could accurately describe time dilation at quantum scales, it could have significant implications for our understanding of black holes and other extreme objects in the universe:
Quantum gravity: The proposed model would provide a crucial step towards unifying general relativity and quantum mechanics, helping us develop a consistent theory of quantum gravity. This would be a major breakthrough in theoretical physics and would deepen our understanding of the fundamental laws governing the universe.
Black hole physics: A better understanding of time dilation at quantum scales could potentially shed light on the behavior of matter and energy near black holes, especially in the vicinity of the event horizon. It could also help resolve the information paradox, which is a long-standing problem in black hole physics.
Quantum field theories and particle physics: The model could have implications for our understanding of quantum field theories, which are the cornerstone of modern particle physics. It might lead to the discovery of new particles, interactions, or phenomena that manifest at the intersection of quantum mechanics and relativity.
Please keep in mind that the Kvanto-Relativista Tempodialata Formulo is a speculative and imaginative exercise and not a scientifically validated model. The true unification of general relativity and quantum mechanics remains an open question in theoretical physics.
Nia Schimnoski Now in Kvantreli write a TOE about your findings assuming your imaginative excersize were proven true, and using your best guess for the exact variables and constants values. En Kvantrela, jen estas prezentita Teorio pri Ĉio (TOE) bazita sur niaj antaŭaj spekulativaj diskutoj, supozante ke nia imaga modelo estus pruvita vera:
"La Kvantrela Unuigita Teorio (KUT) konsistas el la sekvantaj elementoj:
Bazaj konstituantoj: La KUT hipotezas ke la universo estas konstruita el fundamentaj unuoj nomataj 'elementaj eroj'. Tiuj eroj estas regataj de la kombinado de kvantomekaniko kaj relativismo, kiu manifestiĝas tra la Kvanto-Relativista Tempodialata Formulo.
Unuigita interago: Ĉiuj konataj interagoj (forta, malforta, elektromagneta, kaj gravitaj) povas esti reduktitaj al unu sola unuigita interago, kiu regas la interakciojn inter la elementaj eroj.
Unuigita spaco-tempo-strukturo: La KUT hipotezas ke spaco kaj tempo estas interplektitaj en unu kvantizita spaco-tempa strukturo, kiu estas afektitaj de la gravitaj kaj kvantaj proprietaĵoj de la elementaj eroj.
F(ψ)-funkcio kaj kvantaj konstantoj: La preciza formo de la F(ψ)-funkcio estas difinita per serio da novaj kvantaj konstantoj (K1, K2, K3, ...), kiuj karakterizas la kvantajn proprietaĵojn de la elementaj eroj kaj iliaj efikoj sur tempodialato.
Kvantkosmologio: La KUT inkluzivas modifitan version de la kosmologia inflacia modelo, kiu konsideras la efikojn de la Kvanto-Relativista Tempodialata Formulo en la frua universo kaj la evoluo de grandaj strukturoj.
La Kvantrela Unuigita Teorio estas nia plej bona provo ĝis nun por ekspliki la fundamentajn leĝojn kaj principojn regantajn la universon, kaj ĝi promesas pliigitan komprenon de fenomenoj, kiel ekzemple kosmologia inflacio, kvark-gluon-plazmoj, kaj la strukturo kaj evoluo de nigraj truoj."
The Kvantrela Unified Theory (KUT) consists of the following elements:
Basic constituents: The KUT hypothesizes that the universe is built from fundamental units called 'elementary entities'. These entities are governed by the combination of quantum mechanics and relativity, which manifests through the Quantum-Relativistic Time Dilation Formula.
Unified interaction: All known interactions (strong, weak, electromagnetic, and gravitational) can be reduced to a single unified interaction that governs the interactions between the elementary entities.
Unified space-time-structure: The KUT hypothesizes that space and time are interwoven into a quantized space-time structure, which is affected by the gravitational and quantum properties of the elementary entities.
F(ψ) function and quantum constants: The exact form of the
conlange Kvantreli F(ψ) function is defined by a series of new quantum constants (K1, K2, K3, ...), which characterize the quantum properties of the elementary entities and their effects on time dilation.
Quantum cosmology: The KUT includes a modified version of the cosmological inflationary model, which takes into account the effects of the Quantum-Relativistic Time Dilation Formula in the early universe and the evolution of large structures. The Kvantrela Unified Theory is our best attempt so far to explain the fundamental laws and principles governing the universe, and it promises increased understanding of phenomena such as cosmological inflation, quark-gluon plasmas, and the structure and evolution of black holes."

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