Thesis; Spaceships; Apollo 11; Logic Puzzle
Presentation is on March 20th. I'll post my thesis here once the final corrections are done.
Spaceship Image Archive
Gallery of almost every spaceship from science fiction. The only one missing (as far as I can tell) is the Space 1999 Eagle.
Google Video: The Eagle Has Landed 1969
Good quality comtemporary vid of the first moon landing. The music and narration portrays the event as having an eerie, mysterious quality, as opposed to the usual triumphalism. However, the fricken thing cuts off halfway through, a few minutes after Armstrong sets foot on the moon. It's only 14 minutes, but I'm sure it was originally 30.
UPDATE: It's been fixed, now it's nearly 30 minutes in length. The second half is as good as the first half.
Hardest logic puzzle EVAR!
Three gods A , B , and C are called, in some order, True, False, and Random. True always speaks truly, False always speaks falsely, but whether Random speaks truly or falsely is a completely random matter. Your task is to determine the identities of A , B , and C by asking three yes-no questions...By famed logician George Boolos (RIP). Forum discussion here, PDF file with answer here. The answer itself makes no sense, but if Boolos said it's the answer, then it must be the answer.