Saturday, October 29, 2011

Reliable Trust

'Good guys' converged in the house they had occupied. Because of the productive rapport, efforts to infiltrate were very difficult.

Infiltrators were and are behaviorally conspicuous. Conversations are more revealing than orders and unquestioning loyalty.

"Its an authentic conversation. We are learning rapidly how measuring this quality benefits the mission." His comment was highlighted by the fact the expected rain waited for the event to end as if Mother nature had thought to herself, "I will hold off watering the plants so that I have a clear view of the festivities."

As if on cue, the rain started just as the adoring crowd had finally left. I suspect she smiled.

Long transmission times (broadcasting and traditional publishing being the most vivid of the worst cases) means little or no feedback to make up for communications entropy. The practical implication of Claude Shannon's work (often called information theory) was to discover a simple scientific way of understanding errors, quantitatively as messages are transmitted and exchanged.

"To my knowledge, there is no scientific theory of corruption especially as it applies to communication. Did I miss something?"

Halloween and weather forecast begged, "Rain."
© 2011 Buzz Hill

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