Monthly Archives: June 2015

Where was I Born?

One of three attempts towards a vector representation of individuals, a basic part of a beneficial use of recursive genealogy, which shows enormous potential for genealogy, but it could be dangerous to society as a whole. Continue reading

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When was I born?

One of three attempts to produce a unique vector field for describing individuals. The other two are Where Was I Born and Who Am I. In genealogy it is not a simple problem, because people may be sure of month and day, but not year. Continue reading

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What is My Name?

My first, middle and last name form a unique descriptor, but that is not true for most people. A working strategy is to the surnames of parents and even grandparents — this is just for the purpose of encoding names for use as vectors. Continue reading

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