Monday, October 31, 2011

Anime: Heaven's Memo Pad. A Neet Detective is a New Media Catastrophe Theorist

The anime, Heaven's Memo Pad, like Eden of the East, has the trendy NEETS in them,
NEET is a government acronym for people currently "not in education, employment, or training". In Heaven's Memo Pad,
Alice (アリス?) / Yūko Shionji (紫苑寺 有子 Shionji Yūko?)
Voiced by: Minako Kotobuki (drama CD), Yui Ogura (anime)
Mysterious girl who lives on the third floor over Hanamaru ramen shop. Her age is unknown, but looks like a 12 or 13 years-old girl. She is short, pale white and has long black hair.[1] She calls herself Alice (a mixed reading of the kanji for Yūko) and a "NEET Detective". She is a hikikomori and a cracking genius. Her diet is based practically only on Dr Pepper and she suffers a severe insomnia.[2] She always wears bear patterned pajamas and she is always surrounded by a pile of teddy bears. She is the brain of the NEET Detective Team and gathers information to solve the cases with her laptop without stepping out of her bedroom.[3]say
Alice says that the difference between a detective and a NEET detective is like the difference between Little China and China. A detective works and reveres the dead, for the detective serves the dead, while the NEET detective tries to save the living. In Alice's shut-in liar, filled with stuffed teddy bears, the walls are filled with monitors connected to many internet services, and she sees and watches the whole world through many eyes of the interwebs. She wants to find, hack, to save those before they perish, for example, every six seconds a child dies from poverty. She wants to be able to find them through the interwebs and save them before it's too late.
This is the goal of Catastrophe Theory- to predict catastrophe, this is the NEET detective, to find clues to save people, not clues to find out why people are already dead, like a detective.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The Funny Money Game: Playboy Published book predicts 911 Catastrophe

In the year 2000 or 2001 before 911 I was on CherryStreet in Tulsa and went to the used bookstore, and the Playboy Bunny Icon on this book caught my eye- the lure of the Playboy Bunny Icon held promises of beautiful images of alluring buxom babes, titillating pictures, and steamy reading. So I brought this book. Unfortunately, there were no Pin-Up or Cover spread pages, or any pictures at all, or any inspirational reading for Gentlemen. However, on page 17, one reads a television newsagent's narration of a live recording of a lear jet striking the bubble that encloses the Worlds Fair in Sidney, Ohio which the National Student Marketing Corporation Pavillion, which is the hit of the World's Fair in 1980. The fact this book is about a rich multi-millionare whose trade is like the World's Trade Center- for the plane crash revealed in this book, a plane striking the pavillion of the National Student Marketing Corporation Pavillion, is resembelance and can predict the 911 Catastrophe- the crashing of planes in the World Trade Center Towers.
Read on. In the last paragraph you will see the television announcer's narration of a live feed of the plane crashing into the Pavillion Dome.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Video-Gamers and Video Games can solve Catastrophe Theory Puzzles

I was playing "Shining Force EXA" an action rpg videogame and fighting demons on my way to defeat Malaxtra, I was thinking of "Defeating AIDS" in a different video game.. this entered my imagination.. and strangely enough, days later I see a yahoo news report about "Will Gamers Discover the Cure for AIDS"

Will Gamers Discover the Cure for AIDS?

Using Foldit, a collaborative online game that any old schmuck with a computer can download for free off the Internet, some video game players have solved a complicated monkey-virus puzzle that has confounded scientists for more than a decade. Are scientists stupid?
No, not really: they just need to play more World of Warcraft. Also, enzymes are too complex. The gamers' achievement has made some of America's simpleton scientists optimistic about crowdsourced cures for some of our worst diseases, MSNBC reports:
"This is one small piece of the puzzle in being able to help with AIDS," Firas Khatib, a biochemist at the University of Washington, told me. Khatib is the lead author of a research paper on the project, published today by Nature Structural & Molecular Biology.
Khatib's colleague had tried to solve the monkey-virus puzzle in question—centered on a retroviral protease of the Mason-Pfizer monkey virus, an AIDS-like monkey disease—using a computer program called Rosetta, but it didn't work. A Polish scientist came up with the idea to send it out to Foldit, and within 10 days the gamers had solved the puzzle. The big "breakthrough" in the project came from the work of a British woman and science technician going by the name "mimi."
Now the scientists want to see if Foldit users can work on other disease-related problems, develop drugs, create biofuels—basically do their work for them. Then they can sit around their bedrooms playing video games all day long, drinking Mountain Dew out of two-liter bottles and wearing nerdy black t-shirts over their scientist robes, and get smart again.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Catastrophe Theory in Lupin III: Farewell to Nostradamus

 

Synopsis

After a diamond heist in Brazil, Lupin hides the gem in a doll and boards a plane headed out of the country. While on board, the doll is stolen by a little girl named Julia, who's nanny is none other than Fujiko Mine. Before Lupin can get the doll back, the plane is hijacked and the girl is kidnapped. The kidnappers are after the same thing that Fujiko is after - a book of Nostradamus prophecies hidden in Juilia's father's tower. Lupin and the gang join forces to save the girl, get the diamond back, and discover the secrets surrounding this strange book.

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Interesting, how a huge, giant tower that serves as a multi-facility complex for a futuristic metropolitian city, with it's sports arenas, shopping malls, entertainment, offices, that has a resemblence to the Tower of Babel, which was mentioned in the anime, is destroyed by soccer players that are hyptonized, by kicking bomb-equipped soccer balls in the recesses of Julia's father's tower, a great monolithic Babel, in which the vault at top has the lost pages of Nostradamus Prophecies, a Catastrophe Theorist by occultism, this tower is destroyed in the sdarch for Catastrophe Theory- that the search and fight for Catastrophe Theory resulted in a Catastrophe.