Drafts of “Intersect”

2019-08-15 22:09

After grasping at straws rather than needles from the proverbial haystack

would you find it easier in the union of two stacks back-to-back?

A subset of database pesterers want to chuck datasets together this way.

The NSA, MI5, BBC et cetera; orgs never expect results to go a-gley (mice

and deepfakes in mind? ￼ )

These acronyminals repeal the real predicting awesome results

“Just need to ‘nerd harder'”; that’s a bad omen I’ve always felt (safe

backdoors to encryption)

Boomerang reality generally beckons whenever they use that phrase

Such irrationality rings bells; examples abound nowadays.

The data was always there! That’s what leaves me perplexed.

Sure would like to know the trick to intersect with context.

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2019-08-13 22:14

After grasping at straws rather than needles from the proverbial haystack

would you find it easier in the union of two stacks back-to-back?

A subset of database pesterers want to chuck datasets together this way.

The NSA, MI5, BBC et cetera; orgs never expect results to go a-gley (mice

and deepfakes in mind? ￼ )

These acronyminals repeal the real to predict awesome results

“Just need to ‘nerd harder'”; that’s a bad omen I’ve always felt (safe

backdoors to encryption)

Boomerang reality generally beckons whenever they use that phrase

Such irrationality rings bells; examples abound nowadays.

The data was always there! That’s what leaves me perplexed.

Sure would like to know the trick to intersect with context.

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2019-08-12 19:15

After grasping at straws rather than needles from the proverbial haystack

would you find it easier in the union of two stacks back-to-back?

A subset of database pesterers irrationally predict awesome results this way.

The NSA, MI5, BBC et cetera; orgs never expect results to go a-gley (mice

and deepfakes in mind? ￼ )

These acronyminals irrationally predict awesome results

Just need to “nerd harder”; that’s a bad omen I’ve always felt

Whenever they say that reality will generally beckon

Irrationality

It leaves me perplexed

Sure would like to know the trick to intersect with context

If you fail to find a needle in a haystack

would it be easier in two haystacks back-to-back?

So assorted database pesterers, the NSA, MI5, BBC, MFI et cetera, seem to

believe

With a lack of awesome results from a solitary dataset

they feel chucking two together would be a better bet.

I feel, it’s unreal and surreal,

sure would like to know how to intersect with context.

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2019-08-11 21:52

Union of two sets of terms (sets/group theory) and Chuck, that intersect on

the term intersect.

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2019-04-24 09:00

Start with hypothetical about whether after failing to find a needle in a haystack you’d join haystacks together.

Move on to it’s what various acronyms want to do (CIA, nsa, mi5, mfi, bbc?)

Perplexed, trying to find a way to intersect with context

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2018-12-11 13:08

Stronger

union, Set, Group

intersect difference, subset set, irrational

real, equivalence, almost universally, complete (ly irrational?)

core, critical, filter, individual, kind, limit, limited, mad, meagre,

measure, natural, power, member, exists, regressive, second (thoughts?)

singular, totally indescribable, universal, well founded (funded?), operation,

simple, associativity, identity,

rank,

Cantor/canter, , relation, club,

constructible, extension,, forcing,

inductive, meager, mice/mouse, naive,

, ordinal, paradox, perfect set, quantifier,

rank, regressive, regular, relation, strong, transitive., uniformity,

universal, weakly, well founded,

kernel, operation, simple, continuous cyclic, closure,,

, inverse, commutativity, permutation, transformation,

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2018-12-10 21:56

Set (& Group?) terminology

union, intersect(ion), difference, subset, set, (ir)rational, real, rank,

Cantor/canter, equivalence, relation, almost universal(ly), club, complete,

constructible, core, critical, extension, filter, forcing, individual,

inductive, kind, limit, limited, MAD, meager, measure, mice/mouse, naive,

natural, ordinal, paradox, perfect set, power, quantifier, member, exists,

rank, regressive, regular, relation, second, singular, strong, totally

indescribale, transitiv., uniformity, universal, weakly, well founded,

kernel, group, operation, simple, continuous cyclic, closure, associativity,

identity, inverse, commutativity, permutation, transformation,

> a union of spy agencies databases means bigger haystacks to search unless

> you can somehow intersect with context.

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2018-11-02 23:43

a union of spy agencies databases means bigger haystacks to search unless you

can somehow intersect with context.