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Natalie Religion through Love

New found Belief – Lost love and the stones from God

by Carlos P on Monday, March 19th, 2018 in GCLens, Philosophy, Religion.
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“I loved and lost Natalie my beautiful Israeli girlfriend and treasured my  coloured stone – a token and reminder of our time together.  Years later, one cloudy afternoon on Hamilton Hill, the stone that I had carried around in my …




Life Reset

Tried Turning it On/Off Again? Rebirth & Forgiveness

by Jaxson Smyth on Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 in Bible, Computer Technical, GCLens.
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Humans are Complicated and Messy

Humans are complicated things, and so are computers. We are made of thousands of gooey parts and systems connecting one another working in harmony to keep us running. Similarly, a standard computer has a …




Gratitude Sunset

“Be Grateful” – Dr Jordan Peterson – Why you seriously need Gratitude

by gcadmin on Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 in GCLens.
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Why be Grateful?
In the recent interview, Leigh Sales of the ABC – Australia’s National Broadcaster, drilled Peterson on his comments to the effect that “life is suffering”. Peterson said “Be Grateful!”.
LEIGH SALES:  “Some people don’t get lucky …




Priest Preacher Teach Scribe

Preachers, Priests and Modern Christian Thinkers – Compilers of Wisdom?

by Mark T on Monday, March 12th, 2018 in Computer Technical, Programming.
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Compilers are a special type of computer software which are capable of translating a specifically coded form of syntax into an executable program that can run on a modern system. Over time the nature of an operating system changes. Features …




Jordan Peterson Lobster

Jordan Peterson Competition – Tickets have been won!

by gcadmin on Monday, March 12th, 2018 in Jordan Peterson, Philosophy.
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Thank you to all who entered the competition!  Many entries were thought provoking and  insightful.  I look forward to featuring the successful contributions over the coming days and weeks.  Sadly, all our tickets for his Brisbane show are now allocated …




Walled Paradise

Fire Walls – Protecting the Computer and your Paradise

by gcadmin on Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 in Computer Technical, GCLens.
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Garden of Eden is often called ‘Paradise’. Paradise is derived from a Persian word and means ‘walled orchard garden’.  So the Paradise in the bible is defined by walls that keep out Chaos.  Perhaps said another way, Paradise is the protected …




Hindenburg Crash - Life Exception

Fatal Exception – What’s on your call stack?

by gcadmin on Friday, February 23rd, 2018 in Computer Technical, Programming.
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When coding, a Fatal exception is an error or situation that happen while the program is running.  In modular programming, routines often call other routines (Subroutines, procedure, functions, methods etc) to do some work.  Through good design the large complex …




Mine Craft Communion

Minecraft Cookies, Communion and God’s Unique Identifier? GUID

by gcadmin on Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 in Computer Technical, MineCraft.
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During Communion, we  eat the body of Christ and drink his blood – what does this mean?  Catholics believe it is real – that God transforms the Eucharist, other Christians believe it is not literal and therefore may be symbolic? …




Chaos in your Evil Computer

Chaos and Order – Your Computer is Evil.

by gcadmin on Monday, February 19th, 2018 in Computer Technical.
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There are many theories on good and evil – many discussed in great detail by Philosophers that are long dead. Chaos versus Order relate in many ways to Good versus Evil. Order is Good, so Chaos is equivalent to Evil.




GOD Read Only Memory ROM

The Bible – God’s Read Only Memory (ROM) Code for Humanity

by gcadmin on Sunday, February 18th, 2018 in Computer Technical.
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Computers – which are now in almost every electronic device at our finger tips – have some common logical parts
The ‘Central Processing Unit’ is the brain. It can execute instructions at lightning speeds. Memory (RAM – Random Access Memory) …