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Off topic, but...

by bibliophile (Parson)
on Dec 09, 2004 at 15:19 UTC ( #413578=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Using PAR: risk assessment

...I am continually amazed at how topics come up on PM just as I am about to need them myself.

Somebody, somewhere has clearly implemented PerlMonks::Precognition, but it's not up on the CPAN yet....


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Re: Off topic, but...
by zentara (Archbishop) on Dec 09, 2004 at 20:05 UTC
    Somebody, somewhere has clearly implemented PerlMonks::Precognition....

    Yeah, I'm a "synchronicity freak" and think about that all the time. It is amazing how certain ideas all seem to come to the forefront of conciousness at the same time in different individuals. I first encountered this quote by some unknown ( to me ) sage, when learning about relativity.

    "There is no stopping an idea whose time has come". In other words, if Einstein didn't do it, someone else would have in fairly short order.

    I've concluded it's "cosmic conciousness".....some sort of sub-concious psychic link between all creatures. It depends what "channel" you "tune" into.

    Ooops, gotta go, my dog is calling me again. :-)


    I'm not really a human, but I play one on earth. flash japh
Re: Off topic, but...
by Anonymous Monk on Dec 09, 2004 at 21:48 UTC
    I just used my local beta copy of the Precognition module to see when I was actually going to finish it. It said it was more usable for World Domination, so I decided against publishing. Of course, if you had my module, you would already know that.

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