Category Archives: J. Darrell Duffie

Kaspersky Red October virus and Aaron Swartz Denial of Service Attack MIT

This blog post is hypothesis or speculation about issues of public interest.  Please restate all content as questions. After the death of Aaron Swartz on Friday January 11, 2013, there was a denial of service attack on MIT on Sunday … Continue reading

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Re Jo Boaler Reveals Attacks By James Milgram And Wayne Bishop

Dy/dan discusses a case at Stanford involving a professor there in math education and two others. “Jo Boaler Reveals Attacks By James Milgram And Wayne Bishop” I have made no conclusion in this case and am not sure how much … Continue reading

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VP Biden touts Moody’s in Biden Ryan VP debate

(Welcome to another edition of Conspiracy Thread Fridays). =Excerpt REP. RYAN: Was it a good idea to spend taxpayer dollars on electric cars in Finland or on windmills in China? VICE PRESIDENT BIDEN: Look — REP. RYAN: Was it … Continue reading

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Dynamic Programming and Recursion

(Welcome to another harmless post in Conspiracy Thread Fridays.) Addition is recursion is expressed in the pair of right additive identities. y’ means successor. x+0 = x  (right zero identity) x+y’ = (x+y)’  (right successor identity) If one is unfamiliar … Continue reading

Posted in Conspiracy Thread Fridays, Counter-intelligence, Credit Rating US Government, Dynamic Dynamic Programming Solutions, Dynamic Programming, Iran Nuclear Program, J. Darrell Duffie, Joel Brenner Counter-intelligence, Moody's, Moscow State University, Public Figure, RAKSAT, Stanford Professors | 2 Comments