Sunday, November 15, 2009


Time loops

If let’s say time travel is possible, then, if A gives an item, let’s say a dagger, to his grandchild B, and when B grows up, he goes back in time with the time machine and gives the dagger back to A, then where does the dagger come from in the first place? Technically the dagger only exists in the timeframe at the moment when B reaches the past (beginning) to when B travels from the future (ending). Oh, and A got the dagger from B in the 1st place, and not inherited from someone else. Like this:

And so the dagger got passed in a time loop again and again and again. The 1st time it is passed through time (let me know if u can make any heads on when is the 1st time), it will be like let’s say 50 years. After a few more times it will be hundreds of years? Then if it rusts away after a hundred years and can’t be passed down anymore, what happens? History will be changed? If in a scenario that A’s life was saved because he has the dagger, then without the dagger he will be dead, and thus B doesn’t exist in time anymore, and no more time travelling from B. And so the time loop stops there, and timeline continues as per no disturbance? You guys confused yet?


Animal language

Do animals communicate with languages? Like humans? Can a cow from Indonesia understand a cow from Malaysia? Or make it farther, can they understand a cow from America? If they can, does it mean that they have already achieved globalisation? World without boundary constraints in the context of languages.

And what makes a being sentient? Using tools? If so then are monkeys considered sentient? What makes human better than other being, if we can be called better? I don’t have a standpoint here, I do not think we’re superior to animals but neither do I think we’re inferior as well. Some may argue that we make the world a better place, but do we really? We destroy the environment, caused the extinction of some living beings, build weapons that can destroy the entire earth, and that’s better? But on another standpoint, who is to say that the species will not go extinct? And even if it does, then it’s their fault, survival of the fittest, the basic rule of the animal kingdom. Animals do kill each other for territory, and so is it so hard to understand that humans will kill animals in order to take over a territory? Ok, this branch out a lot from my original thoughts hmmmm... alright, finish ranting nonsense =b

Saturday, November 7, 2009

End of week 12

And I'm still trying to gain access to my lab >.<


On the side note, most of my project are done. Very ahppy with HR, our group was the best out of the three that presented that day =) and just counting class participation as well as reflection paper, I got excellent, as is 3 other of my group mates =D


Game Design, game is done, only complain I found is that should at least give some lives for the player, if die should start at the dying level instead of from level 1 again. Oh well, I guess it's fine though, since the stages doesn't change at all, there aren't any randomness, play enough time of it and you'll get it.


Donated blood on Friday, my 1st time ever, and felt whoozy afterwards @.@ Still feeling a bit whoozy though, that's why was sleeping a lot today XD


@ papers for finals, and two weeks apart for those! wheeeeeee.... not... have to do fyp in between >.<