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High, Clif - ALTA Report Vol. 04 (2005.05.29 - 2005.07.03) (Eng) (PDF) [ALTAIR905ALL]

High, Clif - ALTA Report Vol. 04 (2005.05.29 - 2005.07.03) (Eng) (PDF) [ALTAIR905ALL]

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ALTA IR - 905 - May 29, 2005Part 1 - Note on inclusion of non-roman alphabet languages *Terra - Antarctica - Well of the Old City *Terra - NorthAmerica - Weather - Reversal of Movement *Terra - SouthAmerica - Weather - Fluttering Chaos *Terra - Oceans - Repression Ends *Populace - GlobalPop - Repression to Calm *BushCo - Agression Advances *Markets - Dollar Prophet Shouts, Tiger shaped balloon *Silver - Iced Tea on a Submarine *Populace/USofA - Rules Too Strict, Celestial Regularity *Asymmetric Language Trend Analysis Intelligence Report‘Changes in language precede changes in behavior.’By Tenax SE for HalfPastHuman.com Note this report is offered for entertainment value only. Any resemblance between the events portrayed in this report and any developing reality is purely co-incidental and in no manner represents foreknowledge on the partof the authors of this report. Note that this information is derived from humans expressing themselves onthe internet. As such, human emotional values and the words used to expressthem are being sampled and interpreted here, NOT THE FUTURE. Anyresemblance between this report and future developments is entirely in themind of the perceiver and does not exist in reality. The Authors cannot beheld liable for accuracy of lack thereof in this report. Authors cannot be heldliable for human interpretation of this report nor any action any human takes
as a result of this report. Any human foolish enough to alter their behavior  based on this entertainment-only analysis demonstrates themselves incapableof rational appreciation of reality, and the authors are explicitly heldharmless and blameless for any and all such mental aberrations on the part of the reader.05.29.2005 Note: Entities are identified by a blue typeface. Aspect words are enclosed insquare brackets []. Attribute words/phrases are within parentheses (). Near sentences or concepts composed of both leading aspect and trailing attributesare single quoted '. Interpretive editorial comments are preceded by anasterisk *.Data set distilled from 16.77 million reads . Our expectations are to achieve60+ million reads within our bandwidth limitations. We expect a 6 partreport series from this data set.A note on arrays and interpretation and the inclusion of non-roman alphabetlanguagesAs may be expected, especially with the last 10 years changes in weather  patterns, the Terra related entity is our largest. It also continues to expand ata faster rate than other entities. We should note that our processing hasfrequent repetition of lexical sets. For instance, we find a 'silver' referenceset within the Terra entity where we have a collection of terms putting theword into the context of 'silver' as a metal worked by humans in a myriad of ways, and which has some strategic, and industrial value. We also haveSilver as a lexical set in which the above is contained as a sub-set, and thegreater lexical values relate to silver in the broader context of financialmarkets. The reason that both exist is that silver, as a subject has distinctemotional contexts relative to humans. In the case of Silver as a financialcomponent, the emotional values are higher, longer lasting, and a bit more'strident' that the emotive values of silver as a component of Terra. It is anissue of 'relative emotive value comparison' arithmetic. In the case of silver seen from the Terra perspective, many of the cells in our 10 x 60 x 4 arrayare void, but are filled within the array comprising Silver in its more emotivecontext of things monetary.
The above is pertinent, as for instance, we now are seeing the rise of silver ina new emotive content, that is, as a medicinal substance, or component inmedicines. This of course brings in newer emotive context with which toview the concept of silver, the metal worked by humans, treasured one wayas monetary, and treasured another way for health. It is such diverse emotivecontexts that allow us to 'flop' the data, or invert the array and to 'create' anentity view of a particular subject.By allowing emotive values to seek their own levels we determine what is an'entity' based on the naturally occurring rising of aspects/attributes around acentral concept, usually archetypical in nature. Or, by sending the prolog programs to examine our arrays from specific view points we 'hunt for highvalues/low value targets', and thus what we find 'folds into the entity' whenviewed from the deterministic approach.When we note that a particular subject is 'detaching' or forming its ownentity status, what we are seeing is the visual representation of the arrival of key threshold values within particular cells within the array of emotivevalues assigned to the words which together are used to place that subjectinto its 'context matrix'. Make sense? Clear as mud?Ok, so then we go for a hunt for a subject, well, as example 'space' , there iswhere the hunting becomes part of the problem. The human organism isquite capable, and in fact is designed as a pattern matching machine. So wehave to watch that the patterns we 'see' are in fact actually there and notmerely being projected externally onto data showing an apparentorganization. Then the other caution is that we are not in-appropriatelyassigning emotive values to words. This is a constant process of tweakingthe various numeric representations for emotive states/conditions/bespokeemotions, et cetera. This work consumes the early part of the time while dataacquisition is on-going, then we process the newly tuned lexicon against thedata captured out in the wilds of the internet to see where words are goingand the trails they leave behind.The work of assigning emotive values to words is assisted by persons whoare both linguists and native speakers of the language in question. The issuethat arises is the 'internalization of emotive nuance represented by theankhara/view of the word to the native speaker'. Basically, if you ain't agerman, we can't expect you to appreciate the nuances of thought asexpressed in the german language {ed note: substitute any language in

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