Friday, June 5, 2015

Paying Down The Debt

Engineers used infinite credit as their reference source to the almighty buck. To the scientist, that is religious due to the metaphysical meaning of the word infinite. Software engineers learned, as students, unlimited resources exist for any kind of program design. As such financial freedom for resources became more expensive than mathematic miracles, someone paid for it.
     The fastest internet routers used that kind of metric miracle in delivery and load balance of internet messages. Engineers proposed protocols for such metrics to the Internet Engineering Task Force. As the scientist (without an engineering hat) that reviewed such proposals, I asked "where is the debit rule?" Somehow, that question got me in trouble. The IETF recently has put further thought into it. The IETF asked for submission of an IETF proposal, but that made it apparent it is only an engineering game with analytic toys. In other words, engineers did not further optimize routers that do not support engineering dominance over internet protocols. Because industry credit-reporting systems have depended on the fastest internet routers.
     Those credit-reporting agencies tied in to ad-blockers that automatically whitelist and blacklist websites. Predators analyze websites, make templates of websites, and submit cookie-cutter cases for ad-blockers. What I have left completely vague here is how advanced analyzers calculate miracle income tax credits. Every legal accountant, however, knows that equal debit-reporting systems tee-up to each credit system. While engineers do not optimize the routers with legal accounting, scientists implemented methods that block content until the ads are manually unblocked or accounted for in security measures.