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circles: (2007.08.24:1)

from xxxxx_interface_pres:

Circles and (clock) cycles.

Firstly, (gated) rings of privilege, rings of protection (from what?) within the contemporary CPU.

Secondly, Dante's Inferno. Tabulated into code by de Sade and later Pier Paulo Pasolini (Salo) - circle of manias, circle of shit, circle of blood. The circular mechanism of the Edison's Black Maria primal film studio.

Lastly Oberst Endian's rocket mandala: KEZVH. Klar, Entluftung, Zundstufe, Vorstufe, Hauptstufe (main stage) encoded in the sky over Alexanderplatz (Gravity's Rainbow). A circular design itself as the work arrives back in its own staging - the rocket crashing into the reader's interior cinema, a screening of contemporary film which is GR itself - the mirror production side of the Black Maria interior we are yet arrive at. Fast forward.

To add:

1] The Zone in GR - mapped over Berlin

2] The Cell Broadband Engine processor security architecture: so-called "Hardware Root of Secrecy"

3] "The universe, the domain of the Archons, is like a vast prison whose innermost dungeon is the earth, the scene of man's life. Around and above it the cosmic spheres are ranged like concentric enclosing cells."

[Hans Jonas. The Gnostic Religion. p43 (abstract of main Gnostic tenets//Cosmology]]

architecture (Babel): (2007.01.08:1)

computer architecture

systems architecture

software architecture

computer architecture is the abstract image of a computing system that is seen by a machine language (or assembly language) programmer, including the instruction set, memory address modes, processor registers


such architecture and a relation of interiority.

quotation and exteriority: (2006.12.30:2 research#122 instructionsets_additions#2)

quotation in the interior

quotation standing as existent

and from:


we have:

So that we manipulate programs written in a language from another language (possibly the same), the meta-language, we need an embedding of base-level source as data for the meta-level system. This embedding may be more or less flexible: it may be dynamically invoked at runtime, or only at compile-time; it may allow for wide range of manipulations, or be but an indirection level before evaluation, without any possibility to effect sensible manipulations on code. In any case, such embedding is called "quoting", and is a very important topic in reflective systems. Indeed, quoting raises the fundamental question in a reflective system: what are the limits of an object? what are the limits of the system? what is to be explicit? what is to be implicit?

// emphasis last two questions above.

and also ref in above to:

On Computational Interpretations of the Modal Logic S4


Godel (and endophysics) again - for Instruction Sets updating/crystalpunk january bonanza (2006.12.30:1 research#121 instructionsets_additions#1)

The great 'eye-opener' in modern physics is Godel's mathematical discovery that there exist truths which are not accessible in a finite number of steps from within the formal system which implies them. The decisive notion is 'from within.' Godel would never have reached this result if stepping outside of the formalism had not been an option.

[Otto Roessler. Endophysics p. 120. In relation to nowness as a Godel boundary]

at the same time potential structure examination (video) of black box hackery a la 23c3 congress