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This thread is directed towards defining Fractional Cuil using mathematical models.
by: mathtakmathtak
05 Nov 2012 01:23
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by: FuzzyGunnaFuzzyGunna
15 Mar 2012 21:11
2 by George RagenGeorge Ragen
12 Oct 2012 06:08 Jump!
by: DrellemDrellem
09 Aug 2012 07:28
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by: blankroflblankrofl
01 Aug 2012 18:11
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Late seeking approval for an idea
by: BoxcarTenantBoxcarTenant
27 Jul 2012 16:55
2 by BoxcarTenantBoxcarTenant
27 Jul 2012 16:56 Jump!
Ambiguities of natural language as they contribute to a general subjective cuil level spanning cultures
by: jcc333jcc333
07 Oct 2010 23:17
2 by FuzzyGunnaFuzzyGunna
15 Mar 2012 20:53 Jump!
what if we used ‽ to measure insanity
by: caramelo (guest)
27 Jan 2012 10:21
2 by caramelo (guest)
27 Jan 2012 10:25 Jump!
An attempt to provide formal definitions for varying cuil levels. Feedback and modify please.
by: tiddlesworthtiddlesworth
15 Nov 2008 00:21
22 by Joe_RDN4s_drunk_roomate (guest)
18 Nov 2011 07:15 Jump!
what does it mean to have an imaginary or complex cuil?
by: tmowleetmowlee
26 Nov 2009 01:59
3 by tmowleetmowlee
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by: BambamjamdamBambamjamdam
09 Dec 2009 23:57
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applying infinite recursion in geometric fractals to Cuil theory
by: ac3ravenac3raven
01 Dec 2009 03:53
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An intuitive conclusion as to the non-existance of absolute cuil or zero abstraction
by: (account deleted)
18 Nov 2009 02:42
5 by GrimmashGrimmash
25 Nov 2009 00:59 Jump!
by: Anonymous
15 Nov 2008 16:37
10 by GrimmashGrimmash
25 Nov 2009 00:45 Jump!
If it follows that -∞‽ is a reality to unifying in its very nature that it explains everything at all times and in all places. Then ∞‽ should and must, unify and encompass nothing at all times in all places.
by: Jezza McFly (guest)
02 Oct 2009 00:28
2 by AguyinachairAguyinachair
14 Oct 2009 05:47 Jump!
Let the N-Cuil Problem be as follows: Given two situations x and x', and some constant N >=0, determine whether x' is a member of k‽(x), for any k such that 0 <= k <= N.
by: Rich Frankel (guest)
05 Jun 2009 08:27
2 by oxygen83oxygen83
12 Aug 2009 03:09 Jump!
If a query mechanism is an abstraction layer, then querying a database with ‽>0 would return pre-abstracted values
by: Brad Czerniak (guest)
05 Jun 2009 04:06
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When you just need to differentiate
by: NorlaNorla
17 Nov 2008 23:44
4 by AguyinachairAguyinachair
24 Mar 2009 04:45 Jump!
Don't get me wrong, I think it's amazing, but i don't understand. I just want a coherent description of Cuil, Cuil Theory, where it came from and what it is.
by: saiyatesaiyate
23 Feb 2009 04:21
2 by hamburgler (guest)
13 Mar 2009 01:46 Jump!
by: wahootwahoot
02 Mar 2009 18:39
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some units to help with the math
by: 596F72596F72
06 Feb 2009 20:50
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