### The knack of NAK understanding

For the sake of non English speakers.... The pun is about NAK and knack. NAK is a computer term that means Negative Acknowledge It is represent in ASCII as 15h or 0x15 or 21 decimal or 0001-0101 binary. Knack is an ability. They are sound a likes in spoken English and as such, are homophones it creates a bit of dissonance that ultimately fades with understanding the context. It becomes a short excursion into that world of confusion that precedes understanding.

Since that is what this is actually about, then it is recursive to a certain degree. One of the things I have been studying is the ultimate meaning of a relationship in data sets that involves the solution of multiple simultaneous equations and the use of projected clonal logic ( everybody has the same skill or program ) to determine the outcome of a data set in a practical situation such as it relates to RSA and AES, or even network routing discovery, TSP, and parallel logic. Now I was looking at the word parallel and wondering why it is spelled that way and I see it has a
para||el in its own structure.

It is an implied NAK in many situations where the lack of information becomes information. That is what intrigues me and I don't have a complete answer, however it is a WIP ( Work In Progress ). So there are situations where NAK, or the lack of information, can be information and as such this is interesting in the idea that change is information and though the change is implied and not directly involved in the transaction, it still is a change based occurrence.

There are many areas of logical excursion that exceed what is currently known and the many characteristics of chaos are very interesting as it also applies in some way to the idea of secure information. The recent flap of non-random keys in Linux is an example. Data is only secure if the process of securing it withstands scrutiny and some are more solid in that respect and other cipher keys can be broken by talented children. The fact that randomness may have a character which is not random is interesting and verges on a suspicion that I have about probability and prediction. It is not well formed in my mind as yet as it involves the second derivatives of sets and second integrals of sets. It is difficult to express these ideas in a concrete form as some of the accepted common mode logic may not be included in the standard technical lexicon.

The result is: I am fairly certain that I have found a flaw in the concept of probability. It is a strange world and it seems that the more we know the stranger it gets. I suppose that is to be expected.

Happy Valentines Day everybody.
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