idea for robot makers (developers)

idea for robot makers: to make robots which gather dry trees and branches, brushwood. that wood can be used for burning to make electricity, and there are many other usages, and that, i assume, would save forests from fire.

astronomical time zones and country time zones

if you look at world time zones map, you will see that all time zones are shifted to west. i think it is because people do not want to be late, and prefer to do things earlier. so, i think, decision of people who made/designed time zones to make them centered at astronomical time zones was a flaw, sort of flaw, they could not predict people’s reaction/behavior…

if you have not understood yet: if astronomical 12 hours is at center of a zone, people who live westward from center will get also “12 hours” immediately, at same time with people who live at center of zone, but real time, real sun will get to them later, so they will do things, by watches/clocks time, earlier than if they would do by real sun time.

20:28 utc+3 (i am adding after several hours): i have changed my mind. it is ok. it is not flaw. astronomical/physical time zones and country time zones are different things, >sep29: they have not to be equal <, so just east regions of astronomical timezones use east neighbour timezone and that is ok. ie they prefer to do their affairs (correct word or not?) for 0,5 hours earlier than doing them 0,5 hours later than normal time. normal time is used in centers of time zones. 20:34 : i change title from "time zones flaw" to ... "astronomical time zones and country time zones".

Sentence syntax trees should be made from morphemes. Semantically ordered trees.

Previous version of this paper.

I have made new edition. sha1: 7839a0260d009f1e65b7c2c3c9183f22c8369e86 . md5: 2e17164501cc67ba72f9a12f011a6554 . size: 239398 bytes.

idea for youtube etc comments

to join similar comments (into groups).

i have found a new interpretation of qur’an’s ayats about zul-qarnayn

i have found a new interpretation of 18:86 of qur’an : “gaynin hamiatin” is black hole. (copied from my tweet).

i have installed counter in this blog


is there css to set initial scroll position?

i would like css to set initial scroll position

has anybody made conway’s game of life backward?

has anybody made program of #conwaysgameoflife with time going backward?

22:30 :

reverse/backward {john conway’s game of life} rules :
if cell is set and ns will be! 3 it may! be deleted
if cell is not set and ns will be! <2 or >3 it may! be set

little muslim girls should or must wear hijab

my comment from fb

salam. ( i think: ) little girls must not wear hijab according to islam alims . but that is based on weak hadith . march 9 , 9:52 utc+4 : i think , i have made some mistake: abu hanifa lived before hadiths were collected as i remember, and, even if duraik did not see aisha, maybe (i do not know) , very many people did hear that from aisha , for that that transmitter is not mentioned in the hadith. march 11 , 5:58 utc+4 : if the last proposition would be true, there would be many copies/versions of the hadith, not only by duraik.

right (correct) analysis of phrase structure…

grammarians do not separate morphemes while build dependency tree, they make like this:
he has read the last known bug 1
this is my example. another example from :

better way of grammarians is to connect not only words but blocks of words, like this:
he has read the last known bug 2
this is my example. another example from :

and i make analysis / dependency tree separating morphemes and using them as if they are “separate words”, like this:
he has read the last known bughe has read the last known bug -mine2
2013-november-30: this was not correct, order of have, he, s, read – i fix it: he has read the last known bug -mine-correcting
in other words, the separateness of words is only in writing, it is not feature of language itself.

though there is past tense shown as “[PAST]” in the 2nd image in the 2nd article ( ), it is not written like separate word (ie as “ed”) , even it is not written at all, only root of verb is written, so it is not clear. but in other images they do not separate morphemes: “likes”, “saw” have only 1 connection per every of them. and they show some “almost glued” parts separately in the first article i have linked/shown:

– ” ‘s “, ” ‘ll “, ” ‘ve ” are separated, but again, “would” is not separated as will+ed.

i have written (about) this in tatar language yesterday: , .

i had written suggestion to write morphemes separately in ural-altaic languages, last year in several forums.

2015-02-21 : i have made a paper about this and other things: // .