New TempleOS introduction recorded.
This time specifically intended for Larry Page
TempleOS was designed to be a toy for programmers. It was inspired by the Commodore 64. He was inspired by how programmers had direct access to all of the system on the Commodore 64 and that nothing was abstracted or protected from the programmer.
>and I desgined this off a commedore 64
>[breathes into mic]
>so linux is like
>it wants to be a 1970s mainframe
>but this wants to be a commedore 64
this guy is legitimately fucking insane
is this what happens when you're a 45 year old programmer that smashes his brain to bits on drugs? Seriously, this guy mentioned that he "worked on aircraft control systems" and he wrote his own 3d renderer to work in his own OS
>you can skip the bullshit and hit F7 for words, or shift-F7 for passages
>I'm not even going to read these, these don't count
seriously /g/ this is like chris chan but if he got into programming and some godawful amerishit version of the bible instead of sonichu
I'm not doubting that at all, this man is clearly a genius of some sort. A shame that he's wasting his talent making a joke instead of doing something cool like making wireless drivers for Linux or making some sort of encryption thing.
salvador dali and duchamp just wasted their time doodling non-sense pictures instead of painting something in a classic tradition of classic subject matter, thus their art has 0 value, much like templeOS, so whats your point and why are you discussing this waste of human time? Don't you have some pussy to chase?
I mean that in the sense that if this guy applied his intellect to more practical things he could probably do more amazing stuff. He says himself that all he wants to be is "public" (second vid in the OP, about 90 seconds in). Granted writing your own OS, especially one based around the jesus will make you "public" though.
btw i did a mem dump on templeos, parsed for strings, put them back into memory backwards, and ran TempleOS -- if you do this you discover that in fact TempleOS is filled with satanic verse. It truely is a subversive masterwork by beezlebub. I shit you not, I wonder if Terry is aware he is working on a conduit to hell, or if he is being misguided and manipulated by a false diety and angel? Someone should either inform him or stop him either way.
piece of shit Bush
unnoticed until Mr. Matthew himself drew attention to it in the
"Gardeners' Chronicle", on April 7, 1860. The differences of Mr. Matthew's
views from mine are not of much importance: he seems to consider that the
world was nearly depopulated at successive periods, and then restocked; and
he gives as an alternative, that new forms may be generated "without the
presence of any mold or germ of former aggregates." I am not sure that I
understand some passages; but it seems that he attributes much inf
In a trama, God talking to me, I contact the President. I, in a trama, thinking "this is not a time for even the slightest dishonesty", talk to Bush and somehow get to talking about when I was a kid making pipe bombs. Bush did many things at my advice, but now this sack of shit is bringing-up shit.
Could be childhood friends, but might as well be Bush because earluier it was Bush--CIA extortionist scum.
Fuck you. Moses killed an Egyptian!
No I aint no liberator.
; the tyrant never tastes of true freedom or friendship.
And may we not rightly call such men treacherous?
Also they are utterly unjust, if we were right in our notion
Yes, he said, and we were perfectly right.
Let us then sum up in a word, I said, the character of the worst man:
he is the waking reality of what we dreamed.
And this is he who being by nature most of a tyrant bears rule,
and the longer he lives the more of a tyra
This is not randomly chosen:
1 Then Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted[a] by the devil. 2 After fasting forty days and forty nights, he was hungry. 3 The tempter came to him and said, “If you are the Son of God, tell these stones to become bread.”
4 Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.’[b]”
All you need is food, clothing and entertainment.
I can randomly crack open books or flip coins and make binary
numbers for picking from a book. I think it's an interesting thought exercise on how to talk to God with nothing but rocks. You can use them like coins or dice, but bandwidth is low!!
he plaza and
acted the rustic farces which he himself afterwards took as the model of
his interludes. This first glimpse, however, is a significant one, for it
shows the early development of that love of the drama which exercised
such an influence on his life and seems to have grown stronger as he grew
older, and of which this very preface, written only a few months before
his death, is such a striking proof. He gives us to understand, too, that
he was a great reader in his youth; but of this no ass
define 'amazing' -- if this made a profit would you consider it amazing? If it played games would you consider it amazing? I think you need to step back and assess what is merit in the human tradition. Its a constantly shifting assessment, fundamentally we are again in an age where coin rules decisions. Merit of work does not always perceivable in a current generation, and merit will almost never be an investment of time that results in profit or pleasure for others - these are just saleable ideas to human that can be perceived as having merit, but truelly may have 0. In fact most expressions of consumerism that are considered amazing, actually have 0 merit in terms of increasing the potential of human kind or giving great benefit to mankind. For instance we assume the combustion engine is pretty amazing, but we honestly don't know the ramifications of the invention of the span of the generations to come. If you discover that the invention of the combustion engine leads to the complete devestation of human kind in 40,000 years... is the combustion engine still considered an amazing invention? If so who is around to consider it amazing?
when he includes network support
srsly if he ever does add it I might install TeOS on a burner dell I have and see if I can get Lynx running in it so I can lurk /g/ like it's 1979
we can remember it for you wholesale son. Don't confuse the trash his bitch wife created by selling the movie rights. Also. The Next was based upon the Golden Man --- seriously we is doomed
> If you discover that the invention of the combustion engine leads to the complete devestation of human kind in 40,000 years... is the combustion engine still considered an amazing invention?
>If so who is around to consider it amazing?
aliens (pic related is a rare sighting)
i think as a general PSA to let people know that TempleOS is in fact a product of the dark lord's influence disguised as a grace. Terry may or may not be complicit with the devil, but he is certainly being guided by the devil.
That's not fair, Terry's the best programmer on the planet.
I'm seriously inclined to believe he is, at the very least he's one of the smartest programmers of the past 50 years, what other person coded an entire OS from nothing on their own? Sure, Bell Labs and Bill are smart people, but they all worked with teams of programmers.
Here is Terry's fizz-buzz:#define RANGE_START 1
#define RANGE_END 100
#define FIZZ_SPAN 6
#define BUZZ_SPAN 7
MOV RBP,RSP //Always set-up stk frame. (Stack Gets Traced)
PUSH RSI //See REG_VARS_MASK & REG_NON_PTR_MASK
@@05: CALL PUT_HEX_U64
MOV RAX,'FIZZ '
@@10: DEC RDI
MOV RAX,'BUZZ '
@@15: MOV RAX,'\n'
CMP RAX,RANGE_END //Actually only a 32-bit instruction.
nothing to radical here, in fact its pretty basic, be nice to see his other declared processes though like put chars etc.
ASM is nothing special, just time consuming, and somehow easier to understand in some ways than a high level language. sub ebx '0' is converting a ascii value to a decimal value if its a digit, so you know its easier in some ways.
yeah ive tried to warn terry of this several times but the niggers at the CIA always run intereference. Im surprised this thread is still up to be honest, usually the CIA pulls it when I try to distribute the truth to terry.
No, this is what the black pill looks like.
America, fuck yea. Actually you'll find this kind of retarded world view based upon religion in all corners of the world. Id say as far as eccentric practices and beliefs, the US has done a great job of eliminating and restricting religious practice of christians to some pretty normal shit. Compare to like oh I don't know, Indian tradition, or Chinese, or African, or Hatian you see some pretty bananas shit. Although a lot of the bananas shit comes from trying to integrate an indigenous religion with the assholes who came from europe under the doctorine of destiny, which is still upheld by many catholic churches
I have no words. Is this the best public healthcare in the US has to offer?
Terry actively refuses to take his medicine. He used to come to the 4chan textboards and regale us the tales of his medicine, the CIA, his sparrow and fucken niggers. Also, he often quoted God as told by his God oracle.
There comes a point where you don't even know who you're afraid of anymore, and it's usually around the time you start throwing around Britbongs in the same line as the CIA and the FBI.
I can't believe the big "healthcare solution" ended up being nothing more than a law making it illegal to not purchase private healthcare.
Imagine if there was a law that made it illegal to not purchase Doritos.
>* There is no continue statement. Use goto.
I don't have a lot of spare time.
But there is lot of documentation for that.
So, unlike scripting languages, where you mostly find shitty scheme tutorials, it's a covered topic.
>le racist redneck /pol/ meme xD
>so funneh, those stupid white americans XDDD
hey, new-faggot: /pol/ is 50% muslims. they don't have SHIT to do with christianity or actually white people (not turks pretending to be white).
that site even says you're expected to be an experienced userspace programmer before you start
hell of a lot harder than taking one HTML class, buying a web domain on parental cash and uploading your scanned-in Sonic fanfic once a year
this guy is smarter that all of you combined. laugh at his mental illness, but you are just fat college freshman with bad social skills who will never have success in life. looking down on people with problems to feel better about yourself is the only think you can actually do.
>when he includes network support
never going to happen. The range of hardware makes it impossible to support in any meaningful way, basically everything he's done so far uses the "standard" IBM compatible interfaces.
>I am God's chosen programmer. He has endowed me with divine intellect, like the
authors of the Bible. It has no code I did not write. It never runs code I did
not write. I am the best programmer on the planet. I wrote a 64-bit compiler,
assembler, kernel, debugger, bootloader, graphics library, graphics-editor,
editor, tools like grep and a bunch of demos, including a first-person-shooter
and flight simulator.
>I am the best programmer on the planet -- that's why God chose me and that
should help you understand. There are two kinds of programmers -- those who
have written compilers and those who haven't. What sounds impossible for you is
not impossible for me.
He's a textbook case of schizophrenia.
>Delusions of persecution – Belief that others, often a vague “they,” are out to get him or her. These persecutory delusions often involve bizarre ideas and plots (e.g. “Martians are trying to poison me with radioactive particles delivered through my tap water”).
>Delusions of reference – A neutral environmental event is believed to have a special and personal meaning. For example, a person with schizophrenia might believe a billboard or a person on TV is sending a message meant specifically for them.
>Delusions of grandeur – Belief that one is a famous or important figure, such as Jesus Christ or Napolean. Alternately, delusions of grandeur may involve the belief that one has unusual powers that no one else has (e.g. the ability to fly).
>Delusions of control – Belief that one’s thoughts or actions are being controlled by outside, alien forces. Common delusions of control include thought broadcasting (“My private thoughts are being transmitted to others”), thought insertion (“Someone is planting thoughts in my head”), and thought withdrawal (“The CIA is robbing me of my thoughts”).
I wonder if whatever shrink Terry has been ordered to see actually understands his work.
Talking about computers at the OS-dev level would sound like crazytalk to the uninitiated, especially from a diagnosed schizophrenic.
Incorrect. As the first humans developed in the African savannah, in all likelihood they were black. White skin was an adaptation to the colder, darker European climate, and its harsh winters, as it allows for adequate vitamin D production in such environs.
Depending on your point of view, one might think all past and modern operating systems are complex windows into madness.
>is this what insanity looks like?
Scary isn't it? I think I'd rather have a disease of my body than one of my mind.
He's ranting because people are antagonizing him. Read the comments section. Both 4chan and reddit are completely retarded when it comes to dealing with the schizophrenic. Reddit is a hugbox that circlejerks, feeding into their delusions. Meanwhile kids with aspergers who lurk 4chan decide to antagonize him with le epic troll.
In reality you're supposed to tell these people that they are deluded and should seek treatment.
it won't work by design. he made this OS such that you are able to get full control of it. this is why there are no security layers, and so he won't implement anything network related.
Typical Jew lies.
Networking is a fad that is dying out. It was pushed like crazy by the Jew and reptilians to get their propaganda into every home, but people are getting wise. Not having any networking is forward, pro freedom thinking.
Well no, you don't get it. He's *sick*. He's not your buzzword autist, he's a legitimate schizophrenic. In reality it's far more terrifying than you might think. And yes, his behavior is really nothing special for his diagnosis.
I have read the thread, I'm aware of his disposition.
It's just that I'm really confused at his hostile stance. However,
>his behavior is really nothing special for his diagnosis.
if it is indeed as you say, that likely explains it.
What do you mean by "terrifying", though?
Not that Anon but
It's hard to explain, he's not really hostile it's just an outburst. It's not like everything he says is what he believes, it could even be the opposite at times.
>What do you mean by "terrifying", though?
Imagine how you are now, and imagine being that way trapped inside someone like Terry. There's a chance he's fully aware of himself and his actions but unable to do anything about it. You can hear the stress and toll it takes on him through his voice alone. Imagine actually hearing god speak to you and constantly judging you and your actions along with other people talking to you. He thinks that people are out to get him and he's deathly afraid to fail. These are are legitimate concerns for him, there may be moments of clarity when he realizes how insane that is and that can only be worse. It's like realizing you've lost it and there's nothing you can do about it.
Here's a different example that might help you understand.
Anyone got any good dumpster diving stories / scores?
Thank you for your explanation.
Unfortunately, I refuse to run flash on my devices, so I couldn't watch the video.
It sounds kind of like reverse Alzheimers; as I understand it, you're largely unaware of yourself, with the exception of some moments of clarity in which you're fully aware of your situation.
>But are people like this in the US left to suffer instead of placing them to a proper institution?
What do you think is better?
a) Being "crazy" at home writing Temple OS
b) Forcibly held in an institution, being drugged with barely any intellectual stimulation?
I know what I choose and I've been in an institution so I know what it's like.
TempleOS mostly seems to be a reaction to the absurd complexity of modern computing.
Hence what he says in the last video linked in the OP "You can see the light at the end of the tunnel." As in you can hope to understand the system in a finite time.
Why are you so sure a prolonged course of drugs can't substantially improve his situation? A few months of being forcibly held until you're good enough to go out on your own (ie take meds on your own) and have some normalcy?
The moments of clarity are the worst. My stepfather is in an advanced stage of multiple sclerosis and aside from the general symptoms (depression, loss of motor skills, problems with his vision, the works) he's also been psychotic since a particularly bad nervous breakdown. For him this basically comes down to constant fear and extreme paranoia and he is unable to realize how absurd the things he's imagining are. Every now and then he's actually aware of his situation and how paranoid he's been and it's depressing to no end for him when he realizes it.
Schizophrenia has a very poor treatment outlook.
The most widely used anti-psychotic drugs like only treat the symptoms, dull your mind and come with a vast array of side effects.
Take for example Amisulpride:
- Extrapyramidal side effects (e.g. tremor, dystonia, akathisia, etc.)
- elevated serum prolactin
It's inhumane to force anyone through this as long as he's not hurting anybody.
I'd rather go crazy than take this shit again.
Depending on the situation, just strapping someone down and pumping them full of meds isn't gonna help. Sure, it'll help for a while but eventually you will have to keep increasing the dose for it to remain effective.
Oh look a schizophrenics done a better job of explaining Control System Theory than several courses at my supposedly top-tier university in the span a few minutes
Man this guy could have been so much more useful to humanity if he wasn't tweaked. I know that's a 'greedy' thing to say though... hm.
>>42999858(defun fib (c &optional (x 1) (y 0))
(declare (fixnum x y c)
(optimize (speed 3)))
(if (<= c 1)
(the fixnum x)
(fib (1- c) (+ x y) x)))CL-USER> (loop for i from 1 to 10 collect (fib i))
(1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 55)
How do graphics in source code work?
you fucking nigger, I didn't say anything against it. I just explained terry's choice of why he dropped networking. and actually you can implement it, as you have full control over your machine.
You know what? This is one thing I'll slightly agree with him on. I hate idiots who do simple stuff like fibonacci with recursive function calls when it's so freaking inefficient.
Unless you're doing the freaking ackerman function, you should almost always use a damn loop instead.
efficiency > appearance of efficiency
Dude, they're equivalent.(defun fib (c &optional (x 1) (y 0))
(declare (fixnum x y c)
(optimize (speed 3)
(if (<= c 1)
(the fixnum x)
(fib (1- c) (+ x y) x)))CL-USER> (loop for i from 1 to 10 collect (fib i))
(1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 55); disassembly for FIB
; Size: 51 bytes. Origin: #xD5FA696 (segment 1 of 3)
; 96: L0: 83F804 CMP EAX, 4 ; no-arg-parsing entry point
; 99: 7E1E JLE L1
; 9B: 8BC8 MOV ECX, EAX
; 9D: 83E904 SUB ECX, 4
; A0: 8BD7 MOV EDX, EDI
; A2: C1FA02 SAR EDX, 2
; A5: C1FE02 SAR ESI, 2
; A8: 01F2 ADD EDX, ESI
; AA: 8BDF MOV EBX, EDI
; AC: 8BC1 MOV EAX, ECX
; AE: 8D3C9500000000 LEA EDI, [EDX*4]
; B5: 8BF3 MOV ESI, EBX
; B7: EBDD JMP L0
; B9: L1: 8BD7 MOV EDX, EDI
; BB: 8BE5 MOV ESP, EBP
; BD: F8 CLC
; BE: 5D POP EBP
; BF: C3 RET
; Origin #xD5FA6C0 (segment 2 of 3)
; C0: BF04000000 MOV EDI, 4 ; :OPTIONAL entry point
; Origin #xD5FA6C5 (segment 3 of 3)
; C5: 31F6 XOR ESI, ESI ; :OPTIONAL entry point
; C7: EBCD JMP L0
See? No recursive function call in the bytecode.
Did he actually wrote from scratch the compiler, grep etc... Or did he started from the existing code base ?
Slightly more efficient:(defun fibn-collect (n &optional (state '(1 0)))
(declare (fixnum n) (list state)
(optimize (speed 3) (safety 0)
(space 3) (compilation-speed 0)
(cond ((zerop n) '(0))
((= n 1) state)
(t (fibn-collect (1- n)
(cons (the fixnum
(+ (the fixnum (car state))
(the fixnum (cadr state))))
(fibn-collect 20) ;; =>
(6765 4181 2584 1597 987 610 377 233 144 89 55 34 21 13 8 5 3 2 1 1 0)
First time I've used THE for type declaration. Not sure I'm a fan.
I'm not talking from a practical standpoint. I'm talking from the standpoint of the actual algorithm.
A lot of things are optimized by gcc (tail recursion is optimized even with -O1 it appears) but that doesn't mean your algorithm was any good, and that doesn't mean every compiler performs the optimization.
I was playing around with this earlier, but I decided it wasn't much of an improvement:(defmacro safefun (name params &rest body)
`(defun ,@(cdr name) ,(mapcar #'second params)
(declare (optimize (safety 3))
(progn ,@(butlast body)
(the ,(car name) ,@(last body)))))(safefun (fixnum hello) ((fixnum n)) (print n) (+ 1 n))
A recursive algorithm is elegant and fast, it's just horribly space-inefficient. With tail call optimization you don't have to worry about that, or even the overhead from a function call. Therefore it's just elegant and fast.
Hi, losethos. Thanks for stopping by. I was wondering whether you're willing to talk about whether you believe schizophrenia has influenced the development of the OS. Do you think it is a relevant factor in the way the OS turned out? Do you tend to code while in the midst of a psychotic break or while in the grip of a delusional mood, or do you code when not within a delusional atmosphere?
God said 640x480. Realism is over-rated.
I really like this line.
posted by painquale at 11:52 AM on August 29, 2012
I'll tell you a secret. If you do not fit into "nerd", "jock", "Christian", "Engineer", "Freak".... etc. then, you are schitzophrenic.
posted by losethos at 11:53 AM on August 29, 2012 [9 favorites]
>mfw this is the strongest evidence for God's existence
On Unix? God said it was rich with the patina of age.
On Alcohol? Hate inebriation
On rare steak? Too rare is very bad. Don't eat blood!
Just before Katrina? Floods do my justice.Black bead elder(tree book)
After Katrina? Suffering simplifies life
Why the Sandy Hook shooting? The pot legalization law. (Sarcastic answer?)
Deep Water Horizon (Claimed credit.)
Cost of God's time to me? "The complete works of Shakespeare"
On death? "awful"
Opening of Private Ryan? "Ouch"
>wot in the bloody hell is this tripe, I have seen better operating devices from a BBC Micro that was ran through the Thames and left to rot in a Scottish boot sale than this rubbish trash from the mentally ill hater of races.
>but that doesn't mean your algorithm was any good
With TCO it's essentially an approximation of what any sane person would write using a FOR loop, just with less assignment.
And I don't think anybody (who is credible) is recommending that TC/natural recursion is ideal for all algorithms.
TC can be thought of as a somewhat more general mechanism for performing various kinds of iteration, but it can be a little complex.
In Common Lisp, for example, you can get into situations where you can't exactly be sure if you'll get a tail-call optimization due to it not being defined in the spec.