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Saturday, October 29, 2016

The Hebrew Israelites

This is going to be a 3 part blog series on a few different Religious Movements that many people may not be aware of, or may not understand. The Series will start with the Hebrew Israelites. Many people call the Hebrew Israelites the Black Hebrew Israelites, but that is like calling Mormons "the White Mormons". First off, not all Mormons are White, not all Hebrew Israelites are Black. This will be explained later. But at its core the Hebrew Israelite Movement can be described as a movement that started with people who have a lot of Melanin in their skin, and they claim that they are the real Jewish people. Their main scientific claims come from the fact that the people you think of as Jews today, Ashkenazi Jews, are in fact decedents of Europeans and not Eurasians ( studies have proven it, for example in this article: http://www.livescience.com/40247-ashkenazi-jews-have-european-genes.html ). They are not saying that Ashkenazi Jews are not practicing Judaism, but they are claiming that they are not the people who are in the old testament and that they converted to Judaism later in History, which has pretty solidly been proven. Again, they are not claiming that an Ashkenazi descendant is not allowed to be Jewish, they just want people to recognize who the real "People of the Book" are. Many people may claim that this is anti-Semetic without actually learning more, but once you do learn more you realize that they are just asking to have their history recognized.

So that is the scientific evidence. But there is more. A good example of possible Historic evidence is the Lemba people. These are people in Zimbabwe, who have been there for a long time, and they practice Judaism. They were not converted to Judaism by Ashkenazi Jews, but were already practicing it when Europeans got there. They also claim to have the Ark of the Covenant, made by Moses, and they call it "Ngoma Lungundu". No one is allowed to see it except for the High Priest so no one has been able to verify if it is in fact a Biblical artifact, or even what it is. The Hebrew Israelites argue that these people fled into Africa when Jewish people were being persecuted by Rome.

Then there is Biblical evidence. So in the Bible there are various things that point to the plausibility of the Hebrew Israelites claim that they are the people of the book. First would be Moses. According to the Bible, Moses was mistaken for an Egyptian and raised as the King of Egypt's son before Asiatics and Europeans had really gotten to Egypt in any great number. For example, Europeans were not really a big part of Egypt until Alexander the Great and Ptolemy. Then there is the story of Moses and the King's Magi doing like a Magic contest, where Moses eventually turned his rod into a snake. In one part of that contest Moses puts his hand in his robe, and when he pulls it out it is "As white as snow", and the Hebrew Israelites argue that if Moses had been a White man, it would not be such a big deal for his hand to get a little Whiter, you would have to have some Melanin in your skin for this alteration to be of any great significance.

Further evidence in the Bible is a curse, the Bible states that the people of God will forsake his name, and then their sons and daughters will be sold into slavery, and the Hebrew Israelites argue: How many Jewish people do you know who that has happened to, and have you ever heard of a people who were sold into slavery en masse? Because those would be the ones the Bible was talking about.

Now, I am not trying to tell anyone to disrespect Ashkenazi Jews or anything like that, and that is not what I am trying to do. I am just pointing out a religious movement that is usually not even talked about. So now that I have gotten past the Historicity, here is more about the movement itself. The Hebrew Israelite movement is a movement deeply rooted in education. Some Hebrew Israelites may have just learned about it a few years or even days ago, and they haven't gotten deep into the research and maybe haven't even read the Bible or any Jewish Scriptures, and maybe don't even know what they are talking about. But there are a large number of Hebrew Israelites who know much of the Bible by heart, know many Jewish Scriptures by heart, and many even know Hebrew. A big part of the Movement is what is called "Bangin on the Beast" where they go out to busy places, set up a stage or amplifiers, or both, and they read Bible verses to the public and attempt to get people to understand their point of view, and usually it makes a lot of White people mad. They also look for Mormon Missionaries and argue with them, because the old version of Mormonism was very racist and had verses to the effect of "Dark skin is a curse" and "Straight hair means you are Blessed", which was eventually removed from their scriptures so that people wouldn't call them racist any more, in fact during Mormonism's early days there were actually all out wars between Mormonism and the States and Mormonism and the Federal Government, and I mean people were slicing each other apart with swords, and there was even an Executive order in Missouri until the 1970s legalizing the murder of Mormons. So Mormonism has oppressed and been oppressed and actually warred with the United States. But the Hebrew Israelites will argue with Mormons and bring up the old verses and see if the Missionaries even know what they are. One of the largest Hebrew Israelite Groups is called the ISUPK


A large part of their teaching has to do with the Table of Nations, and they accept anyone who is within the lineage that they say makes up the Jewish Tribes, which is more than just what people call "Black People", so to call them the Black Hebrew Israelites is a little over generalized. And that since the White man subjugated those with more Melanin to slavery for 400 years (British Colonial America, and Constitutional America), they will have the same done to them when the Economy finally collapses.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Religious Chemistry and the Chemistry of Plants, Part 1

Rig Veda, Chapter 10 Hymn 136
केश्यग्निं केशी विषं केशी बिभर्ति रोदसी | keśyaghniṃ keśī viṣaṃ keśī bibharti rodasī |
He with the long loose locks supports Agni, and moisture, heaven, and earth:
केशीविश्वं सवर्द्र्शे केशीदं जयोतिरुच्यते || keśīviśvaṃ svardṛśe keśīdaṃ jyotirucyate ||
He is all sky to look upon: he with long hair is called this light.
केशीकेतस्य विद्वान सखा सवादुर्मदिन्तमः || keśīketasya vidvān sakhā svādurmadintamaḥ ||
He with long locks, who knows the wish, is a sweet most delightful friend
केशीविषस्य पात्रेण यद रुद्रेणापिबत सह || keśīviṣasya pātreṇa yad rudreṇāpibat saha ||
When he with long loose locks hath drunk, with Rudra, Soma from the cup.

Chapter 10 Hymn 119
कुवित्सोमस्यापामिति || kuvitsomasyāpāmiti ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?
पर वाता इव दोधत उन मा पीता अयंसत | pra vātā iva dodhata un mā pītā ayaṃsata |
Like violent gusts of wind the draughts that I have drunk have lifted me
कुवित ... || kuvit ... ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?
उन मा पीता अयंसत रथमश्वा इवाशवः | un mā pītā ayaṃsata rathamaśvā ivāśavaḥ |
The draughts I drank have borne me up, as fleet-foot horses draw a car
कुवित ... || kuvit ... ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?
उप मा मतिरस्थित वाश्रा पुत्रमिव परियम | upa mā matirasthita vāśrā putramiva priyam |
The hymn hath reached me, like a cow who lows to meet her darling calf
कुवित ... || kuvit ... ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?
अहं तष्टेव वन्धुरं पर्यचामि हर्दा मतिम | ahaṃ taṣṭeva vandhuraṃ paryacāmi hṛdā matim |
As a wright bends a chariot-seat so round my heart I bend the hymn
कुवित ... || kuvit ... ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?
नहि मे अक्षिपच्चनाछान्त्सुः पञ्च कर्ष्टयः | nahi me akṣipaccanāchāntsuḥ pañca kṛṣṭayaḥ |
Not as a mote within the eye count the Five Tribes of men with me
कुवित ... || kuvit ... ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?
नहि मे रोदसी उभे अन्यं पक्षं चन परति | nahi me rodasī ubhe anyaṃ pakṣaṃ cana prati |
The heavens and earth themselves have not grown equal to one half of me
कुवित ... || kuvit ... ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?
हन्ताहं पर्थिवीमिमां नि दधानीह वेह वा | hantāhaṃ pṛthivīmimāṃ ni dadhānīha veha vā |
Aha! this spacious earth will I deposit either here or there
कुवित ... || kuvit ... ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?
दिवि मे अन्यः पक्षो.अधो अन्यमचीक्र्षम | divi me anyaḥ pakṣo.adho anyamacīkṛṣam |
One of my flanks is in the sky; I let the other trail below
कुवित ... || kuvit ... ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?
अहमस्मि महामहो.अभिनभ्यमुदीषितः | ahamasmi mahāmaho.abhinabhyamudīṣitaḥ |  
Greatest of the Mighty Ones, am lifted to the firmament
कुवित ... || kuvit ... ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?
गर्हो याम्यरंक्र्तो देवेभ्यो हव्यवाहनः | ghṛho yāmyaraṃkṛto devebhyo havyavāhanaḥ |
I seek the worshipper's abode; oblation-bearer to the Gods
कुवित ... || kuvit ... ||
Have I not drunk of Soma juice?

Chapter 9 Hymn 113
गराव्णा सोमे महीयते सोमेनानन्दं जनयन्निन्द्रायेन्दो परि सरव || ghrāvṇā some mahīyate somenānandaṃ janayannindrāyendo pari srava ||
Lords it o’er Soma with the stone, with Soma bringing forth delight, flow, Indu, flow for Indra's sake.


Sacramental Ritual Chemistry in Tribal Religious settings
The people of the Amazon Rainforest discovered the activity of MAOIs and say that the plants, out of the thousands or millions of species in any given region, taught them. They discovered that the DMT, Dimethyltryptamine, contained within the Chacruna plant can be activated by the MAOIs, specifically Carbolines, in the Ayahuasca Vine. This was not understood by modern science until after years of research on how the Ayahuasca brew, made by the Amazonians, worked. When DMT is eaten, it is broken down in such a way that it is not active, in order to be active it must be taken with an MAOI, which affects your CYP450 enzymes. Antioxidants work along the same lines, but the process was discovered by the Amazonians. The Religion practiced in the Amazon is represented in the United States by the Santo Daime Church, where the brew is called Hoasca.

Yopo snuff is a preparation by various tribes in South America made from either Yopo seeds or Cane Toad Venom, which contain 5-OH-DMT, combined with Slack Lime, also called Edible Lime or Calcium Hydroxide. This is then blown into a person’s nose using a tube similar to a blow dart tube, or smoked. Venom from the Bufo Alvarius can be used with no Slack Lime.

The Native Americans in the US, Canada and Mexico use Peyote, which contains Mescaline, but is not taken in combination with anything else. Then use Peyote Drums, Peyote Rattles, while doing Peyote Dances. Mescaline is a Phenethylamine. Native Americans also used Tobacco to induce Dreams or in Peace Pipes, called Calumets.

The Kambo Frog, or Waxy Monkey Frog, is a frog in the Amazon Rainforest whose sweat contains Opioids. The Opioids are extracted from the Frog by tying it up by its arms and legs, then poking it with a stick until it sweats, and rubbing a flat or wedges stick across its skin to collect the sweat. They then create a burn on their skin and put the sweat on the burn, which acts something like an injection.

Ubulawu is a mixture of plants used in the Yoruba faith to induce Dreams. It contains Silene Undulata, Synaptolepis Kirkii, Rhus Pauciflorus and Acacia Xanthophloea, and sometimes other ingredients. It is put into a vase shaped container, then stirred with a 3 pronged fork with wide prongs, spun between the hands in the mixture in order to create a froth. The froth is then scooped off other top and eaten.

Hottentot Tea is a mixture used by the Hottentot tribe which contains Imphepho, which was the first human bedding and contains various diterpenes, and Kanna, which is a natural SSRI which is used similarly to Nicotine by some tribes.

In Oaxaca Mexico Magic Mushroom, which contain 4-OH-DMT are used by Native Tribes such as the Mazatecs, as well as Salvia Divinorum and Coleus.

In Peru tea is made from the Peruvian Torch or San Pedro Cactus, and was originally used by the Olmec people in werejaguar transformation ceremonies. It is still used in Rituals today.

Coffee comes from Ethiopia, where the berries were originally used by Tribes to bring a Warrior spirit. It spread to Yemen and when a Christian Missionary found out what the Natives were using it as, he threw it into a fire. The Natives collected the beans from the fire and created a tea from them, this was the first Coffee and first Coffee roast.


Sacramental Ritual Chemistry in a Non-Tribal Religious setting
Christian Fermentation of  Wine and Malt beverages. Christians have been creating alcohol since the time of Jesus, and the tradition was carried down by monks. Monks used to call yeast “God-Is-Good” before it was called yeast. Grapes, Palm Sap and some other plants contain natural yeast and will ferment themselves, but Malt beverages need yeast, which was the tradition passed down by the Monk orders through Monasteries, an example will be the Trappist Monks.

A similar example is the Purple or Crimson Color of Christian European Royalty as well as the Crimson color used in Islam, and the Israeli Blue. These colors come from Conches, which are the animal inside the Conche Shell. The Dye is extracted from the glands of the animals and it can be cooked to create different Colors. These Dyes were created by the Phoenicians who also invented clear glass, and now Stained Glass is a Christian tradition.

In Ancient Greece poppies were used in the Asclepions in order to perform surgery or Induce Dreaming. Poppies contain Morphine, which is named after the God of Dreams, Morpheus. Morphine is still used in Hospitals today.

Hindu Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine, both of which involve various combinations of Oils and extracts, and the extraction processes. Many modern Lotions and other products were first part of these systems, an example is Shampoo which comes from the Hindi word Campna, and spread to the west through Turkish baths. Similar practices spread to the West, for example Jesus was called Christ, which means the Anointed One, and to be Anointed means that the correct Holy Oils are poured on you in the correct Ritualistic Holy manner. In India Pigments of various colors are made called  Kumkuma, which are made using various organic chemical processes, many times involving Slack Lime. In the Holiday called Holi everyone throws Kumkuma on each other and drinks Marijuana extracted into Milk, this extraction is called Bhang in India. A similar Marijuana extraction is used in the country of Georgia and is called Managua. Hashish is also part of Shaivite Hindu Rituals and is called Charas.

Another example in India is Parad, which is the Solid form of the liquid metal called Mercury and used to make Holy symbols of Lord Shiva. In the Shilpa Shastras there are also methods for creating statues that change colors, similar to the way the Statue of Liberty changed colors, but it is meant to be done on purpose for Ritual significance.

Perfume making in Ancient Egypt and Ancient Anatolia was a Religious process, and in Turkey Perfume is still made from the same species of Rose, the extraction is known as Rose Otto.. In Ancient Egypt Cinnamon extracts were made which yields Cinnamaldehyde, and this was used in the Mummification process, similarly to how Formaldehyde is used today, Petroleum products such as Naphtha, Petroleum Ether, were used in the creation of Religious art, Lotus Flowers were added to Wine in order to extract the Aporphine into the Wine and Drinks were made from the Tree of Life, the Acacia tree, which contains DMT and 5-MeO-DMT.

Incense and its creation is important to almost every Religion. Ketoret is the Jewish Incense from the Bible, In Christianity Priests use a Thurible to burn incense and swing it back and forth and Jesus was presented with Frankincense and Myhr, in Islam Incense is used to make people think of Paradise. In Hinduism many forms of Incense are used, an example is Sandalwood which is Holy to Lord Shiva. In Native American Religion smudge sticks are used, an example is White Sage which is used to purify an area to be used for a Ritual.


Non-Sacramental Non-Religious Chemistry used in Social Cultural settings
In Nigeria the Uziza plant, a close relative to pepper, has leaves which are used to create a soup that stimulates appetite. The reason it does this is because it hits the CB2 receptor in the brain, which is one of the same receptors that is hit by Marijuana.

Sea Urchin Roe, which contains Anandamide, is commonly eaten as a form of Sushi. Anandamide also hits the CB receptors.

Fugu, Puffer Fish, is a delicacy in Japan. Fugu contains a Neurotoxin, called Tetrodotoxin, which is similar to but many time stronger than Cocaine and when eaten will either kill the person or put them to sleep for around 3 days, and they will be considered legally dead before body function comes back to normal at the end. But in most cases it is permanent death and the chef has to be trusted to prepare the Fugu properly.

Common Tea species are similar to Coffee in content, but also contain L-Theanine which changes the effect of the caffeine. Tea was first used in the East but was spread around the world by the British Empire.

Aromatic Rings
The Benzene Ring is the basic structure which is the base of most smell Molecules. Menthol is a Benzene Ring, Cinnamaldehyde is a Benzene Ring, Vanillin is a Benzene Ring, Lemonene is a Benzene Ring and Phenethylamines also have a Benzene base. If you can think of any smell off the top of your head, it probably had a benzene ring. It is not the only one though.

The Second Aromatic Ring is called Pyrole


A third Aromatic Ring is Indole, which is a Benzene Ring attached to a Pyrole
Indoles are the base of many smells from flowers to poop. Tryptamines and Cannabinoids also have an Indole base.

Many of these plant compounds fall into the category of Terpenes or Terpenoids. Most Terpenes and  Terpenoids contain a Benzene ring, but not all do. An example of a Terpene with no Benzene Ring is Myrcene, which can be found in Hops and therefore is responsible for the smell and flavor of Beer. Terpenes and Terpenoids can be retrieved from plants using Fractional Distillation, which is a process similar to distillation, but certain temperature are used so that not all of the contents turn to gas and certain molecules can be retrieved by themselves. Pure compounds can also be retrieved by using Polarity, as Polar Molecules dissolve into only Polar Solvents and Non-Polar Molecules dissolve into only Non-Polar Solvents. To do this first an extraction is done to extract all Molecules from a specific plant material, then that Solvent is filtered so that any solid plant material is removed from the Solvent. Then that Solvent is added to an opposite Solvent so that a Polar and Non-Polar mixture of Solvents is made, then the layer is separated that should contain the Molecule you want. This can be done either with a Separatory funnel or with an instrument such as a Turkey baster.

Tryptamine is an Indole. Serotonin Receptors are also called 5-HT receptors, 5-HT stands for 5-Hydroxytryptamine, which is an Indole. Gramine and Indole-3-Ethanol  (Tryptophol) are converted to DMT, Dimethyltrypamine, in some plant species.Tryptophol is a plant growth hormone and can be found in Cucumber seedlings as well as various DMT containing species. Tryptamine is most often found in Nature as its Carboxylic Acid form, which is called Tryptophan. Tryptophan can be found in Milk and Turkey. Melatonin, N-acetyl-5-MeO-tryptamine, is released  in your brain when you close your eyes and regulates sleep. Melatonin is also a common pigment is Amphibians and reacts similarly to light to Melanin, which is the Human skin pigment. Melatonin and Tryptophan can both be taken as sleep aids.

Phenethylamine is most commonly found in nature in its alcohol forms, which are called Phenols which make up many types of Flower smells. Synephrine can be found in various plants and is related to Adrenaline, both of which contain a Phenethylamine base.


Carbonlines are another type of plant Molecules. A Carboline is a Benzene Ring attached to a Pyrole, like an Indole. But on the other side there is another Benzene Ring.

Other smell rings are Furans and Thiophenes, but these are not as common.

Esters and Peptides

Many of these do not have a smell until they are in their Ester form, at which point they also become water Soluble if they are not already. For example, THC is not water Soluble and therefore has little use in Hospitals but in its Ester form, such as THC-O-Phosphate or THC-O-Acetate, it becomes water Soluble. Esterification is a process where an Alcohol and Carboxylic acid combine. Peptides are formed in a similar way. When a Carboxylic Acid and another Carboxylic Acid combine they create a Peptide, DNA is an example of this but is made up of many Peptides so is called a Polypeptide. Opioid Peptides are another example of Peptides as well as Neuropeptides, which have been called Chemical Emotions. Amino Acids are the most common Carboxylic Acids but there are many others.


Humanity

Monday, October 24, 2016

The First Philosopher



Many people would automatically point to Socrates if you asked them for the most well known early Philosopher, and they would be right because most people don't really understand where Philosophy comes from. Though it probably started much sooner than this, the first Philosopher we remember (even though we don't call him a Philosopher) is Ptahhotep in Ancient Egypt. Ptahhotep was supposedly 110 years old (which was extremely rare, yet unverifiable in ancient Egypt) and he decided that he was going to write something for his son who was going to be in a position of power, his teachings were called specifically "the 37 Maxims" and teachings in general in Egypt were called "Seboyet". Socrates actually spent time in Egypt, and by the time the Greeks (Western Civilization) had ever come up with a concept of anything like a School, the Egyptians had already been educating their citizens for thousands of years.

 By 3100 BC (over 5000 years ago) Kemet (Called Aegyptos or “Egypt” by the Greeks) had become a nation state, and remnants of their older societies lay to the south. Mdw Ntr, translates into “The Nectar of God”, and were thousands of years later called by the Greeks “Hieroglyphs”. The strange thing about Hieroglyphs is that there is no developmental period. They simply appear, fully developed around the Nile, which suggests that it existed elsewhere previously.

The writings we have from Ptahhotep were not the actual copy written by him, it is a copy from the Middle Kingdom, but there is ample evidence pointing to the existence of the exact person that exists in the writing.

 God upon two Crocodiles, My God, the process of aging brings senility. My mind decays and forgetfulness of the things of yesterday has already begun. Feebleness has come, and weakness grows. Child like, one sleeps all day, the eyes are dim and the ears are becoming deaf. The strength is being sapped. The mouth has grown silent, and does not speak. The bones ache through and through. Good things now seem evil. The taste has gone. What old age does to people in evil is everything. The nose is clogged and does not breathe. It is painful even to stand or sit. May your servant be authorized to use the status that old age affords, to teach the hearers, so as to tell them the word of those who have listened to the ways of our ancestors, and those who have listened to the gods. May I do this for you, so that strife may be banned from among our people, and so that two shores may serve you?
1. Do not be proud and arrogant with your knowledge. Consult and converse with the ignorant and the wise, for the limits are not reached. No artist ever possesses that perfection to which he should aspire. Good speech is more hidden than Emeralds, yet it may be found among the maids at the grindstones.
2. If you meet a disputant in the heat of action, one who is more powerful than you, simply fold your arms and bend your back (bow?). To confront him will not make him agree with you. Pay no attention to his evil speech. If you do not confront him while he is raging, people will call him ignorant. Your self control will be the match for his evil utterances.
3. If you meet a disputant in the heat of action, one who is your equal, one who is on your level, you will overcome him by being silent when he is speaking evilly. There will be much talk among those who hear and your name will be held in high regard among the great.
4. If you meet a disputant in the heat of action who is a poor man, and who is not your equal, do not attack him because he is weak. Leave him alone, he will confound himself. Do not answer him just so that you can relieve your own heart. Do not vent yourself against your opponent. Wretched is he who injures a poor man.
5. If you are a man who leads, a man who controls the affairs of many, then seek the most perfect way of preforming responsibilities, so that no blame falls on you. Great is Ma'at. It is everlasting. Ma'at has been unchanged since the time of Assar. To create obstacles to the following of Ma'at, is to open a way to a condition of violence. Baseness may obtain riches, yet crime never lands its wares on the shore. In the end, only Ma'at lasts.
6. Do not scheme against people. Ma'at will punish accordingly; If a man says, “I shall live by scheming” he will lack bread for his mouth. If a man says, “I will be rich” he will have to say “My cleverness has trapped me”. I he says, “I will trap for myself” he will not be able to say, “I trapped for my profit”. If a man says “I will rob someone”, he will end by being given to a stranger. People's schemes do not prevail. Ma'at is what prevails. Therefor, live in the midst of peace. What god gives comes by itself.
7. If you are one among guests at the table of a person who is more powerful than you, take what that person gives, just as it is set before you. Look at what is set before you. Don't stare at your host. Don't speak to him until he asks. One does not know what may displease him. Speak when he has spoken to you. Then your words will please the heart. The man who has plenty of the means of existence acts as his Ka commands. He will give food to those who he favors. It is the Ka that makes his hand stretch out. The great man gives to the chosen man, thus eating is under the direction of Ma'at. It is a fool who complains about it.
8. If you are a person of trust, sent from one great person to another great person, be careful to stick to the essence of the message that you were asked to transmit. Give the message exactly as he gave it to you. Guard against provocative speech which makes one great person angry with another. Just keep to the truth. Do not exceed it. However, even though there may have been an out-burst in the message, you should not repeat it. Do not malign anyone, big or small, the Ka abhors it.
9. If you plow and if there is growth in your field and Ma'at lets it prosper in your hands, don't boast to your neighbor. One has great respect for the silent person. A person of character is a person of wealth. If that person robs, he or she is like a crocodile in the middle of the waters. If Ma'at gives you children, do not impose on one who has no children. Neither should you brag or decry about having your own children, for there is many a father who has grief for a mother with children that is less content than another. It is the lonely who Ma'at nurtures, while the family man prays for a follower.
10. If you are poor, then serve a person of worth so that your conduct will be in line with Ma'at. Do not bring up the fact that he once was poor. Do not be arrogant towards him just because you know about his former state. Respect him now for his position of authority. As for fortune, it obeys its own law and that is her will. It is Ma'at that makes him worthy, and keeps him safe while he sleeps, or who can turn away from him.
11. Follow your heart (Ma'at) as long as you live. Do no more than is required of you. Do not shorten the time of 'follow the heart' for that offends the Ka. Don't waste time on daily cares over and beyond providing for your household. When wealth finally comes, then follow your heart. Wealth does no good if you are glum.
12. If you are a wise man, train up a son that will follow the Ma'at. If he is good and takes up after you, take good care of him. Do everything that is good for him. But an offspring can make trouble. If your son strays and neglects good council, and disobeys all that is said, with his mouth or spouting evil speech, then punish him.
13. If you are a guard in the store house, stand or sit rather than leave your post and trespass into someone else's place. Follow this rule from the start. Never leave your post, even when tired. Only Ma'at can penetrate the secure storehouse where the rules are followed, even by those of privilege.
14. If you are among the people, then gain your supporters by building trust. A trusted man is the one who does not speak the first thing that comes to mind; and he will become a leader. A man of means has a good name, and his face is benign. People will praise him, even without his knowledge. On the other hand, he whose heart obeys his belly, asks for contempt of himself in the place of love. His heart is naked. His body unannointed. The great hearted are Ma'at. He who is ruled by his appetite, is fed by his enemy.
15. Report the thing that you were commissioned to report without error. Give your advice in the high council. If you are fluent in your speech, it will not be hard for you to report. Nor will anyone say of you “who is he to know this?”. As to the authorities, their affairs will fail if they punish you for speaking truth. They should be silent upon hearing the report that you have rendered as you have been told. If you are a man who leads, a man whose authority reaches widely, then you should do perfect things (follow Ma'at), those which posterity will remember. Don't listen to the words of flatterers or to words that puff you up with pride and vanity.
(I need to get another book that has 16)
17. If you are a person who judges, listen carefully to the speech of one who pleads. Don't stop the person from telling you everything that they had planned to tell you. A person in distress wants to pour out his heart, even more than they want their case to be won. If you are one who stops a person who is pleading, that person will say “Why does he reject my plea?”. Of course not all that one pleads for can be granted, but a good hearing soothes the heart. The means for getting a true and clear explanation is to listen with kindness.
18. If you want friendship to endure in the house that you enter, the house of a master, of a brother or of a friend, then in whatever place you enter beware of approaching the women there. Unhappy is the place where this is done. unwelcome is he who intrudes on them. A thousand men are turned away from their good because of a short moment that is like a dream, and then that moment is followed by death that comes from having known that dream. Anyone who encourages you to take advantage of the situation gives you poor advice. When you go to do it, your heart says no. If you are one who fails through the lust of women, then no affair of yours can prosper.
19. If you want to have follow Ma'at, to be free from every evil, then above all guard against the vice of greed. Greed is a grievous sickness that has no cure. There is no treatment for it. It embroils fathers, mothers and the brothers of the mother. It parts the wife from the husband. Greed is a compound of all the evils. It is a bundle of all hateful things. That person endures whose rule is righteous, who walks a straight line, for that person will leave a legacy by such behavior. On the other hand, the greedy has no tomb.
20. Do not be greedy in the division of things. Do not covet more than your share. Don't be greedy towards your relatives. A mild person has greater claim than the harsh one. Poor is the person who forgets his relatives. He is deprived of their company. Even a little bit of what is wanted will turn a quarreler into a friendly person.
21. When you prosper and establish your home, love your wife passionately. Then fill her belly and clothe her back. Caress her. Give her ointments to soothe her body. Fulfill her wishes as long as you live. She is a fertile field for her husband. Do not be brutal. Ma'at will influence her better than force. Do not contend with her in the courts. Keep her from the need to resort to outside powers. Her eye is her storm when she gazes. It is by such treatment that she will be compelled to stay in your house.
22. Help your friends with things that you have, for you have these things by the grace of Ma'at. If you fail to help your friends, one will say you have a selfish Ka. One plans for tomorrow, but you do not know what tomorrow will bring. The right soul is the soul by which one is sustained. If you do praiseworthy things, your friends will say “Welcome” in your time of need. Do not repeat slander, nor should you even listen to it. It is the spouting of the hot bellied. Just report a thing that has been observed, not something that has been heard second hand. If it is negligible, don't even say anything. He who is standing before you will recognize your worth. Slander is like a terrible dream against one covers the face.
(I need to get a book that has 23)
24. If you are a man of worth who sits at the council of a leader, concentrate on following ma'at. Your silence is much better than boasting. Speak when you know that you have a solution. It is the skilled person who should speak when in council. Speaking is harder than all other work. The one who understands this, makes speech a servant.
25. If you are mighty and powerful, then gain respect through knowledge and through your gentleness of speech. Don't order things except as it is fitting. The one who provokes others to get into trouble. Don't be haughty, lest you be humbled. But also don't be mute lest you be chided. When you answer one who is fuming, turn your face and control yourself. The flame of the hot hearted sweeps across everything. But he who steps gently, his path is a paved road. He who is agitated all day has no happy moments, but he who amuses himself all day can't keep his fortune.
26. Do not disturb a great man or distract his attention when he is occupied, trying to understand his task. When he is thus occupied, he strips his body through the love of what he does. Love for the work which they do bring men closer to Ma'at. These are the people who succeed in what they do.
27. Teach the great what is useful to them. Be an aide to the great before the people. If you let your knowledge impress your leader, your sustenance from him will then come from his soul. As his favorite's belly is filled, so will your back be clothed and his help will be there to sustain you. For your leader whom you love and who lives by useful knowledge, he in turn will give you good support. Thus will the love of you endure in his belly. He is a soul who loves to listen.
28. If you are an official of high standing, and you are commissioned to satisfy the many, then to hold in line with Ma'at, when you speak do not lean to one side or the other. Beware, lest someone complain, saying to the judges, “he has distorted things”, and then your very deeds will turn into judgement of you.
29. If you are angered by a misdeed, then lean toward a man on account of his rightness. Pass over the misdeed and don't remember it, since Ma'at was silent to you on the first day of your misdeed.
30. If you are great after having been humble, if you have gained you wealth after having been poor, and then you go to a town that you know and that knows your former condition, don't put your trust in your newly acquired wealth which has come to you through Ma'at. If you do, one day someone who is poor may very well overtake you.
31. Accept the authority of your leaders, then your house will endure in its wealth. Your rewards will come from the right place. Wretched is he who opposes his leader. One lives as long as he is mild. Baring your arm does not hurt it. Do not plunder your neighbor's house or steal the goods of one that is near you, least he denounce you before you are even heard. One who is argumentative is a mildless person. If he is also known as an aggressor, then that hostile man will have trouble in the neighborhood.
32. Be circumspect in matters of sexual relation.
33. If you examine the character of a friend, don't ask other people, approach your friend. Deal with him alone, so as not to suffer from his anger. You may argue with him after a little while. You may test his heart in conversation. If what he has seen escapes him, if he does something that annoys you, stay friendly with him and do not attack. Be restrained and don't answer him with hostility. Do not leave him and do not attack him. His time will not fail to come. He cannot escape his fate.
34. Be generous as long as you live. What leaves the storehouse does not return. It is the food in the storehouse that one must share that is coveted. One whose belly is empty becomes an accuser. One who is deprived becomes an opponent. Therefore, do not have an accuser or an opponent as a neighbor. Your kindness to your neighbors will be a memorial to you for years after you satisfy their needs.
35. Know your friends and then you prosper. Don't be mean towards your friends. They are like a watered field and greater than any material riches that you may have, for what belongs to one belongs to another. The character of one who is well born should be a profit to him. Good nature is a memorial.
36. Punish firmly and chastise soundly, then repression of crime becomes an example. But punishment except for crime will turn the complainer into an enemy.
37. If you take for a wife a good time woman who is joyful and who is well known in the town, if she is fickle and seems to live for the moment, do not reject her. Let her ear. The joyful person brings happiness. 


CryptoNight Coins: Mining Coins Using Regular Computers

A Problem that occurred as Bitcoin became used by more people, was that mining became harder and harder, this was done by design, as well as in more obvious ways like the Block Halving. So at first you could mine Bitcoin with a Laptop, but if you got a GPU you could really get some Bitcoins, then the ASICs came out and first it was Butterfly Labs and Block Erupter USBs, then eventually GPUs became impossible to use profitably, and CPUs were completely pointless because the electricity cost way more than what you get back, and you would have to have hundreds of computers running, and even then you wouldn’t get much. You have to have ASICs, and a lot of them.  

Then around the time of Butterfly Labs first big ASICs there was Litecoin, and Feathercoin. But the same thing happened to them. And by the time DOGE came out there were already farms starting that could mine coins.    Then as other types of coins were created, at first ASICs weren’t made for them yet, but eventually someone would make an ASIC and then more would come out. And CPUs and GPUs would fade out.  

And now, CryptoNight coins have been created. CryptoNight (Kryptonite, like with Superman) is a coin that can only be mined by CPU, and GPU if you use a program that allows you to used GPUs at a dramatically reduced Hash Rate.
http://cryptomining-blog.com/2894-claymore-xmrqcnfcnbcn-gpu-miner-for-cryptonight-coins/  

 

So these are coins that you can mine on your Computer, and if you run a few computers, you can actually make a profit if your electricity isn’t a bad price. I have not heard of anyone doing this, but I assume you can also point Servers at CryptoNight coins. So if you had Servers, you could point them at Dash or Monero, because they are CryptoNotes. And the Hash Rate would probably be mainly determined by the Number of Cores and amount of RAM. I’m not saying it would be profitable, but if someone for some reason has like 100 Servers at their disposal for a Week or a Month or for however long, they could mine a CryptoNight coin. A Coin could probably even be made based off of another CryptoNight coin that would make it even more suited to Servers. Someone could also probably modify Servers.  

Here is a coin that some people have been mining on their Servers:
\https://github.com/HoldCoinGlobal/Holdcoin  

CryptoNotes are coins mostly based on CryptoNight, but some are a little different from the first CryptoNote coin.
https://cryptonote.org/coins  

Here are some CryptoNote Source Codes:
https://github.com/monero-project/bitmonero
https://github.com/aeonix/aeon
https://github.com/dashcoin/dashcoin.github.io
https://github.com/cryptozoidberg/boolberry
https://github.com/CryptoCoinLabs/darknetspace
https://github.com/xpbcreator/pebblecoin  

STEEM is also somewhat of a CPU coin, but I think that is mainly due to the Delegated Proof-of-Work. Because it is Delegated, there is no reason for anyone mining to get an ASIC because they will get the block just as fast, and is as frequent either way.  

But the creation of something like a Server coin or Ubuntu coin or something like that could change Cryptocurrency. I am not sure if anyone has every tried this with a CryptoNote, but you can actually Mine coins using Amazon or Windows Cloud by creating a Virtual Machine. It’s not profitable with other coins, but it could be with CryptoNotes.  
http://www.nextofwindows.com/how-to-create-vm-on-azure-to-mine-bitcoinlitecoin-in-10-minutes-or-less
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=396142.0  
https://www.bitcoinmining.com/what-is-ethereum-cloud-mining/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=8405.0  

CPU Mining and Server Mining Could bring whole new Demographics to CryptoCurrency, with some good GUI, mining with CPUs will bring anyone with a Computer into a possible Coin miner.   

GitHub CryptoCurrency App Creation Archive


Coin Source Codes
https://github.com/steemit/steem
https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin
https://github.com/dogecoin/dogecoin
https://github.com/novacoin-project/novacoin
https://github.com/imak81/earthcoin
https://github.com/lottocoin/lottocoin
https://github.com/coinzen/devcoin
https://github.com/FeatherCoin/Feathercoin
https://github.com/coinkeeper/2015-06-22_18-30_anoncoin
https://github.com/LiveChains/asiccoin
IPhone Bitcoin Wallets
https://github.com/blockchain/My-Wallet-iPhone
https://github.com/anderschen/WalletIPhone
https://github.com/ruslan93/My-Wallet
https://github.com/hafizh/iWallet
https://github.com/windvoice/IWallet
https://github.com/bsimic0001/AegisWalletIOS
Android Bitcoin Wallets
https://github.com/mycelium-com/wallet
https://github.com/schildbach/bitcoin-wallet
https://github.com/bither/bither-android
https://github.com/MatthewLM/peercoin-android-wallet
https://github.com/Coinprism/android-wallet
https://github.com/blockchain/Android-Wallet-2-App
Browser Wallets
https://github.com/andrewtoth/BitcoinWallet
https://github.com/enriquez/coinpocketapp.com
https://github.com/frozeman/bitcoin-browser-wallet
https://github.com/micheal-swiggs/brollet
https://github.com/gr33nh00d/Wallet_watcher
https://github.com/rippledj/auroracoin-browser-wallet
https://github.com/applsdev/MyWallet-RPC-Communicator
Paper Wallets
https://github.com/ValleZ/Paper-Wallet
https://github.com/dbasch/bitcoin-paper-wallet
https://github.com/spearson78/paperwallet
https://github.com/gehlm/paper-btc
https://github.com/openpaperwallet/openpaperwallet
https://github.com/makevoid/paperbank
https://github.com/bitfrore/bitfrore
https://github.com/cmrust/paperwalletgenerator
Bitcoin Miners
https://github.com/Diablo-D3/DiabloMiner
https://github.com/m0mchil/poclbm
https://github.com/jgarzik/cpuminer
https://github.com/progranism/Open-Source-FPGA-Bitcoin-Miner
https://github.com/lithander/Minimal-Bitcoin-Miner
https://github.com/jwhitehorn/jsMiner
https://github.com/phoenix2/phoenix
https://github.com/pooler/cpuminer
https://github.com/jgarzik/pyminer
https://github.com/TheSeven/Modular-Python-Bitcoin-Miner
https://github.com/progranism/Bitcoin-JavaScript-Miner
https://github.com/codler/Bitcoin-phpMiner
https://github.com/temujin9/tumen_miner
Faucets
https://github.com/Greedi/bitcoin-faucet
https://github.com/hippich/Faucet
https://github.com/kunwon1/faucet
https://github.com/plaprade/Mojocoin-Faucet
https://github.com/ExploreBTC/BitcoinGrind
https://github.com/Spenzert/CoinFaucet
https://github.com/haskoin/haskoin-faucet
https://github.com/Zen00/openfaucet
https://github.com/blockstrap/faucets
https://github.com/jprichardson/bitcoin-faucet
Bitcoin Charts
https://github.com/yuvalmit/BitCoin
https://github.com/Sourcewerks/BitcoinCharts-PHP
https://github.com/joelthelion/mtgox_chart
https://github.com/jn-pn/cbtc
https://github.com/CryptoMarketMonitor/MarketMonitor
https://github.com/ripper234/Bitcoin-Pie
https://github.com/bitcoinstability/bitcoinstability
Bitcoin Tickers
https://github.com/firebase/btcquote
https://github.com/mertdumenci/Ticker
https://github.com/pheuter/BitcoinTicker
https://github.com/neoranga55/bitcoin-price-ticker
https://github.com/goace/bitcoin-ticker
https://github.com/infincia/BitTicker
https://github.com/DuoSRX/BtcTickerOSX
https://github.com/xvacant/ticker
https://github.com/niedbalski/emacs-btc-ticker
https://github.com/rezin8/ticker
https://github.com/rezin8/ticker
List of 1000+ Altcoins
https://www.cryptocoincharts.info/coins/info
RaspberryPi
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1137157.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1104857.0
http://www.cs.unca.edu/~bruce/Fall14/360/RPiUsersGuide.pdf
http://director.downloads.raspberrypi.org/Raspberry_Pi_Education_Manual.pdf
How to build a Computer
http://m.wikihow.com/Build-a-Computer
Introduction to Database Concepts
http://www.cs.umb.edu/cs630/hd1.pdf
Motherboards
http://www.scsd.k12.wa.us/wrms/info_tech/motherboard_sg.pdf
http://www.cengage.com/resource_uploads/downloads/1435487389_223131.pdf
Introduction to Database Concepts
http://www.cs.umb.edu/cs630/hd1.pdf
Memory
http://www.polyteknisk.dk/related_materials/9780789736970_Chapter_6.pdf
RAM
https://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~wl/teachlocal/arch1/notes/notes2.pdf
ASIC design
http://www.ece.ncsu.edu/asic/tutorials/tutor1/tutor1.pdf
Server Design
http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/pdfs/sg242580.pdf
http://courses.cs.vt.edu/cs4254/fall04/slides/ServerDesign_1.pdf
http://www.it.northwestern.edu/bin/docs/DesignBestPractices_127434.pdf
Small Form Function
http://expando.se/wp-content/uploads/White-Paper_How-to-design-a-Small-Form-Factor-Embedded-Computer_8400-846.pdf
http://www.csdl.tamu.edu/~marshall/p67-marshall.pdf
Nettops
http://download.intel.com/pressroom/kits/events/idfspr_2008/netbook-nettop_briefing.pdf
PC-on-a-stick
http://www.archos.com/corporate/press/press_releases/ARCHOS_PC_Stick_-PR_ENG-_250615.pdf
Multi-core processors
https://www.cs.cmu.edu/~fp/courses/15213-s07/lectures/27-multicore.pdf
http://www.ecs.umass.edu/ece/andras/courses/ECE668/Mylectures/Introduction_to_Multi_Core.pdf
Flowcharts
https://github.com/adrai/flowchart.js
https://github.com/laughinghan/flowchart
https://github.com/codecapers/AngularJS-FlowChart
https://github.com/alexgheorghiu/diagramo
https://github.com/knsv/mermaid
https://github.com/ZevanRosser/Znode
https://github.com/rich-iannone/DiagrammeR
https://github.com/dookehster/Javascript-Flowchart
https://github.com/adrexia/silverstripe-flowchart
https://github.com/scottrogowski/code2flow
Abstract syntax tree
https://github.com/ajaxorg/treehugger
https://github.com/javaparser/javaparser
https://github.com/CastXML/CastXML
https://github.com/RomanYankovsky/DelphiAST
https://github.com/nikic/php-ast
https://github.com/fabsx00/joern
https://github.com/Swatinem/esgraph
https://github.com/facebookarchive/lex-pass
Tree Structure
https://github.com/nicmart/Tree
https://github.com/BlueM/Tree
https://github.com/evolve75/RubyTree
https://github.com/benedikt/mongoid-tree
https://github.com/stanfordnlp/treelstm
https://github.com/ludo/jquery-treetable
https://github.com/joaonuno/tree-model-js
https://github.com/stefankroes/ancestry
Radar Chart
https://github.com/alangrafu/radar-chart-d3
https://github.com/johnnywjy/JYRadarChart
https://github.com/raspu/RPRadarChart
https://github.com/tnzk/Raphael-Radar
https://github.com/xcltapestry/XCL-Charts
https://github.com/josefnpat/RadarChart
https://github.com/vthinkxie/angular-radar
Portal
https://github.com/flowersinthesand/portal
https://github.com/blueboy/portal
https://github.com/kaptk2/portal
https://github.com/josevalim/portal
https://github.com/liferay/liferay-portal
https://github.com/Jasig/uPortal
Concept Map
https://github.com/allain/JavaScript-Concept-Map
https://github.com/iainstitute/iai-concept-map
https://github.com/vincekd/Concept-Map
https://github.com/stdavis/OfflineMbTiles
https://github.com/JacobMoore/Adaptive-Map
Semantic Network
https://github.com/commonsense/conceptnet
https://github.com/gnowgi/gnowsys-studio
https://github.com/HyeonwooNoh/DeconvNet
https://github.com/torrvision/crfasrnn
https://github.com/commonsense/conceptdb
Sociogram
https://github.com/ccoenraets/sociogram
https://github.com/ccoenraets/sociogram-mobile
https://github.com/ccoenraets/sociogram-angular-ionic
Pivot Chart
https://github.com/nicolaskruchten/pivottable
https://github.com/pgollakota/django-chartit
https://github.com/nicolaskruchten/jupyter_pivottablejs
Rhizome
https://github.com/ztellman/rhizome
https://github.com/rhizomik/rhizomer
Semantic Web
https://github.com/jmvanel/semantic_forms
https://github.com/mark-watson/lisp_practical_semantic_web
Radial Tree
https://github.com/okfn/bubbletree
Mind Map
https://github.com/SamuraiPrinciple/mapjs
Cognitive Map
https://github.com/megadix/jfcm
Microsoft Script Resources
https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter
Machine Learning Open Source Git Repositories
https://github.com/tensorflow/tensorflow
https://github.com/nlintz/TensorFlow-Tutorials
https://github.com/jikexueyuanwiki/tensorflow-zh
https://github.com/nivwusquorum/tensorflow-deepq
https://github.com/aymericdamien/TensorFlow-Examples
https://github.com/ethereon/caffe-tensorflow
https://github.com/josephmisiti/awesome-machine-learning
https://github.com/wepe/MachineLearning
https://github.com/hangtwenty/dive-into-machine-learning
https://github.com/pbharrin/machinelearninginaction
https://github.com/pennyliang/MachineLearning-C---code
https://github.com/Xyclade/MachineLearning
https://github.com/soulmachine/machine-learning-cheat-sheet
https://github.com/jcgillespie/Coursera-Machine-Learning
https://github.com/1094401996/machine-learning-coursera
https://github.com/masinoa/machine_learning
https://github.com/rhiever/Data-Analysis-and-Machine-Learning-Projects
https://github.com/luispedro/BuildingMachineLearningSystemsWithPython
https://github.com/josephmisiti/machine-learning-module
https://github.com/rasbt/python-machine-learning-book
https://github.com/awslabs/machine-learning-samples
https://github.com/X-Brain/MachineLearning
https://github.com/scikit-learn/scikit-learn
https://github.com/zhouxc/Stanford-Machine-Learning-Course
https://github.com/junku901/machine_learning
https://github.com/emilmont/Artificial-Intelligence-and-Machine-Learning
https://github.com/deeplearningparis/dl-machine
https://github.com/Azure/Azure-MachineLearning-DataScience
https://github.com/ty4z2008/Qix
https://github.com/jbrownlee/CleverAlgorithmsMachineLearning
https://github.com/stedy/Machine-Learning-with-R-datasets
https://github.com/mathias-brandewinder/Machine-Learning-In-Action
https://github.com/ReactiveCJ/BayesianLearning
https://github.com/Prooffreader/intro_machine_learning
Wiki Creation
https://github.com/Wikia/app
App Creation
https://github.com/kikinteractive/app
https://github.com/kikinteractive/app
https://github.com/DanielCreagh/Creation
https://github.com/kkjdaniel/react-native-device-display
https://github.com/Microsoft/TouchDevelop
App Games
https://github.com/HabitRPG/habitrpg
https://github.com/shawn42/gamebox
https://github.com/codebright/gamesapp
https://github.com/desura/desura-app
https://github.com/jmechner/Prince-of-Persia-Apple-II
https://github.com/cisc474/board_game_app
https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/appengine-endpoints-tictactoe-java
QR Code Apps
https://github.com/SunboX/QR-Reader
https://github.com/lbracegirdle/qrcodemobile
https://github.com/sunlightlabs/qr-android
https://github.com/appcoda/QR-Code-Generator
https://github.com/hayageek/WhatsApp-Web
https://github.com/ateneo-innovation-center/QR-Code-Based-Attendance
https://github.com/ahu/scan_qrcode_login
https://github.com/zaffra/YardSale
https://github.com/quadnode/qrcodescanner
https://github.com/thinkpixellab/thinkqr
https://github.com/turbobabr/sketch-qrcode
https://github.com/oishi/AppQR
https://github.com/NorthIsUp/MyQR
https://github.com/soapdog/QRDecoder
https://github.com/Genuitec/qr-conference-app
https://github.com/iuliux/StickierQR
https://github.com/varun-raj/qrcodeit
Weather App
https://github.com/sofish/weather
https://github.com/escherba/Weather
https://github.com/JakeLin/SwiftWeather
https://github.com/survivingwithandroid/WeatherLib
https://github.com/driftyco/ionic-weather
https://github.com/kimj/Weather
https://github.com/schachmat/wego
https://github.com/stewart/weather
https://github.com/PDXostc/weather
https://github.com/DevMountain/Weather-Playground
https://github.com/rphansen91/angular-weather-app
https://github.com/HaikuArchives/Weather
https://github.com/Jamesxu182/MyWeather
https://github.com/shanuwed/Weather
https://github.com/kenhkelly/GoWeather
https://github.com/Mav3r1ck/Project-RainMan
https://github.com/jlongster/weatherme
https://github.com/edisonlz/weather
Text App
https://github.com/GoogleChrome/text-app
https://github.com/amulyakhare/TextDrawable
https://github.com/renard314/textfairy
https://github.com/Manabu-GT/ExpandableTextView
https://github.com/HansPinckaers/GrowingTextView
https://github.com/adnan-SM/TimelyTextView
https://github.com/tholman/texter
https://github.com/vmdanilov/TextFlow
https://github.com/matthewrkula/SecretTextView
https://github.com/novi/LTCoreText
https://github.com/schwa/CoreTextToy
https://github.com/kenshin03/KTSecretTextView
https://github.com/danielamitay/DALinedTextView
https://github.com/zipme/RQShineLabel
https://github.com/bsudekum/MeatText
https://github.com/paulmach/Text-Edit-for-Android
Camera App
https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_packages_apps_Camera
https://github.com/android/platform_packages_apps_camera
https://github.com/oscardelben/CameraGun
https://github.com/guardianproject/CameraV
https://github.com/jonatas/CameraOverlay
https://github.com/AOKP/packages_apps_Camera
https://github.com/phonegap-build/pgb-example-camera
https://github.com/I-sty/maclawstudios_camera
https://github.com/GoogleChrome/camera-app
https://github.com/theblixguy/QuickCamera
https://github.com/buddycloud/camera
https://github.com/xplodwild/android_packages_apps_Focal
https://github.com/publiclab/sky-camera
https://github.com/PkmX/lcamera
https://github.com/crysfel/accessing-camera
https://github.com/Glakeon/camera
https://github.com/kingnez/WatermarkCamera
https://github.com/SlimRoms/packages_apps_Camera2
https://github.com/sergiovilar/camera
Flashlight App
https://github.com/SwiftEducation/Flashlight
https://github.com/sanbeg/flashlight
https://github.com/DevMountain/Flashlight
https://github.com/summer-party-cluj/flashlight
https://github.com/matthewmichihara/flashlight-android
https://github.com/hsaliak/android-clojure-flashlight-example
https://github.com/jempe/flashlight
https://github.com/StefanFabian/Flashlight
https://github.com/russjr08/Flashlight
https://github.com/DeqingSun/USB_flashlight_Glass
Notepad App
https://github.com/spacecowboy/NotePad
https://github.com/olivernn/notepad
https://github.com/farmerbb/Notepad
https://github.com/alexyoung/nodepad
https://github.com/grumpydev/Sublime-Notepad-Replacement
https://github.com/estout82/Notepad
https://github.com/jonalmeida/Notepad
https://github.com/reneeb/perl-NotepadApp
https://github.com/owenmike/Meterial-Design-Notepad
https://github.com/fzch/Notepad
https://github.com/PopeOnARope/notepad
https://github.com/williamkennedy/notepad
https://github.com/marcostrappa/NotePad
https://github.com/mick88/notepad
https://github.com/m-sabeeh/NotePad
https://github.com/L-marwan/NotePad
https://github.com/dmonaco05/notepad
https://github.com/davidsports/notepad
https://github.com/purple-sunset/Notepad
https://github.com/marocchino/notepad
https://github.com/adamyarger/notepad
https://github.com/qingiqng99/notepad
https://github.com/toddbranch/notepad
https://github.com/mmcduffie/notepad
https://github.com/PaulTheberge/NotePad
https://github.com/wathika/NotePad
https://github.com/epmatsw/notepad
Map App
https://github.com/Esri/bootstrap-map-js
https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/appengine-mapreduce
https://github.com/Esri/maps-app-android
https://github.com/krzysztofzablocki/KZPropertyMapper
https://github.com/DevMountain/AppMap
https://github.com/apneadiving/Google-Maps-for-Rails
https://github.com/huafu/ember-google-map
https://github.com/lemberg/mappwidget
https://github.com/Esri/quickstart-map-android
https://github.com/mtigas/iOS-MapLayerDemo
https://github.com/appcelerator-developer-relations/Sample.Mapping
https://github.com/Esri/quickstart-map-ios
https://github.com/gregallensworth/MobileMapStarter
https://github.com/romaonthego/MapViewExample
https://github.com/mapbox/mapbox-ios-example
https://github.com/bricolsoftconsulting/MapChange
https://github.com/j4velin/MapsMeasure
https://github.com/pauloborges/meteor-mapbox
https://github.com/kazmiekr/MapPinClustering
https://github.com/chriswhong/taxMap
https://github.com/atogle/bootstrap-map
https://github.com/Esri/map-gallery-template-js
https://github.com/yahoo/express-map
https://github.com/hoodiehq/hoodie-app-mapchat
https://github.com/jhilland0117/MAP
https://github.com/googleknowledge/FreebaseMaps
https://github.com/JustinBeckwith/TwitterMap
https://github.com/DNB1/MAP
https://github.com/Bikbulat/Map
Calendar App
https://github.com/leverdeterre/CalendarIOS7
https://github.com/android/platform_packages_apps_calendar
https://github.com/anastasiak2512/Calendar
https://github.com/romannurik/Android-MonthCalendarWidget
https://github.com/erichoracek/MSCollectionViewCalendarLayout
https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_packages_apps_Calendar
https://github.com/libasys/calendarplus
https://github.com/fravic/Calendar
https://github.com/llazzaro/django-scheduler
https://github.com/sandlbn/django-bootstrap-calendar
https://github.com/smontgomerie/Appcelerator-Calendar-Module
https://github.com/SufficientlySecure/offline-calendar
https://github.com/nishanthvijayan/CoderCalendar
https://github.com/bitmazk/django-calendarium
https://github.com/min/MNCalendarView
https://github.com/puls/objc-TimesSquare
https://github.com/FamousCalendar/FamousCalendar
https://github.com/timcharper/calendar_date_select_demo
https://github.com/ankeshdave/CalendarSyncplus
Astrology App
https://github.com/yelinaung/DigitDiction
https://github.com/akhanolk/astrologyguru
https://github.com/guneshpatil/GanrajAstrology
https://github.com/dudulab/Astrology_ios
https://github.com/dudulab/Astrology_winphone
https://github.com/dudulab/Astrology_android
https://github.com/sinofool/xiaonei-app-astrology
https://github.com/zoricn/facebook-app
https://github.com/coreman2200/ringstrings
https://github.com/peppy-codes/shadbal
https://github.com/rishabh-tripathi/Mobile-Astrologer-J2ME-app
https://github.com/akshaykhanna/Numastro-App
https://github.com/avishayhajbi/zodiac
https://github.com/EBM26/FirstAstroApp
https://github.com/hmfs/resh.nu
Oracle
https://github.com/hmfs/resh.nu
https://github.com/aririikonen/oracle
https://github.com/oraclesean/oracle
https://github.com/optimus9p/Oracle
https://github.com/rsim/oracle-enhanced
https://github.com/gloppasglop/oracle
https://github.com/oracle/node-oracledb
https://github.com/hilverd/vagrant-ubuntu-oracle-xe
https://github.com/laurenz/oracle_fdw
https://github.com/jfelder/Laravel-OracleDB
https://github.com/mariano/node-db-oracle
https://github.com/coherence-community/oracle-tools
https://github.com/ellotheth/ansible-oracle
https://github.com/wnameless/docker-oracle-xe-11g
https://github.com/rraptorr/oracle-java7
https://github.com/waigani/GoOracle
https://github.com/gwenshap/Oracle-DBA-Scripts
https://github.com/strongloop/strong-oracle
https://github.com/oravirt/ansible-oracle
https://github.com/wscherphof/oracle-12c
https://github.com/liquibase/liquibase-oracle
https://github.com/mulander/oracle.tmbundle
https://github.com/nvkelso/color-oracle-java
https://github.com/ismaild/vagrant-centos-oracle
https://github.com/codescape/vagrant-oracle-xe
https://github.com/winkbrace/oracle
https://github.com/boxcutter/oraclelinux
https://github.com/quentinhardy/odat
https://github.com/flq/Simple.Data.Oracle
https://github.com/hongfengsun/oracle-scripts
Middleware
https://github.com/APItools/middleware
https://github.com/mitchellh/middleware
https://github.com/eID-LV/Middleware
https://github.com/lostisland/faraday_middleware
https://github.com/ForbesLindesay/browserify-middleware
https://github.com/krasnoukhov/sidekiq-middleware
https://github.com/emberfeather/less.js-middleware
https://github.com/lanrion/weixin_rails_middleware
https://github.com/gotwarlost/istanbul-middleware
https://github.com/polyfills/middleware
https://github.com/Metalcon/middleware
https://github.com/igorw/middleware
https://github.com/freenas/middleware
https://github.com/facebookarchive/react-page-middleware
https://github.com/aguidrevitch/jquery-file-upload-middleware
https://github.com/efficiency20/ops_middleware
https://github.com/ngrunwald/ring-middleware-format
https://github.com/sass/node-sass-middleware
https://github.com/andrewrk/node-proxy-middleware
https://github.com/webpack/webpack-dev-middleware
Translators
https://github.com/vinkla/translator
https://github.com/graysky/translator
https://github.com/suminb/translator
https://github.com/zotero/translators
https://github.com/peburrows/translator
https://github.com/FokkeZB/translator
https://github.com/vivanov879/translator
https://github.com/GabrielJMJ/Translator
https://github.com/frappe/translator
https://github.com/muaz-khan/Translator
https://github.com/GabrielJMJ/Translator
https://github.com/awamper/text-translator
https://github.com/kyrus/ida-translator
https://github.com/prietopa/translator
https://github.com/benel/TraduXio
https://github.com/kiknadze/Translator
https://github.com/DavidMatuszek/Translator
https://github.com/kindlychung/translator
https://github.com/ismaelc/twilio-translator
https://github.com/pacron/Translator
https://github.com/TJHooker33/translator
https://github.com/aigeano/translator
https://github.com/xinl/TextTranslator
https://github.com/tm8st/text-translator
https://github.com/jithesh92/Image-Text-Translator
https://github.com/DevJonny/Binary-Translator
https://github.com/Morphbreed/LeetSpeakTranslator
https://github.com/pablonazareno/node-translator
https://github.com/alexmt/atom-translator
https://github.com/bertschneider/clj-translator
https://github.com/osoykan/DynamicTranslator
https://github.com/vinnydiehl/1337-translator
Currency Converter
https://github.com/cartalyst/converter
https://github.com/pioug/currency
https://github.com/benschwarz/currency.io
https://github.com/tiyd-python-2015-01/currency-converter
https://github.com/ojhaujjwal/currency-converter-php
https://github.com/bigluck/alfred2-currencyconverter
https://github.com/thelia/CurrencyConverter
https://github.com/mrnayak/CurrencyConverter
https://github.com/hexcores/currency
https://github.com/huglester/fuel-currency
https://github.com/tekool/puremvc-android-currency-converter
https://github.com/codegram/simple_currency
https://github.com/stetsmando/CurrencyConverter
https://github.com/mchithiw/currency
https://github.com/boxcontrol/currency_converter
https://github.com/AlessandroMinoccheri/codeigniter-currency-converter
https://github.com/nfjinjing/haskell-cocoa-currency-converter-example
https://github.com/defunkt/currency_converter
https://github.com/ManuelRauber/CurrencyConverter
Pie Chart
https://github.com/rendro/easy-pie-chart
https://github.com/PhilJay/MPAndroidChart
https://github.com/mmurph211/Chart
https://github.com/xyfeng/XYPieChart
https://github.com/Ken-Yang/AndroidPieChart
https://github.com/pavanpodila/PieChart
https://github.com/n3-charts/pie-chart
https://github.com/lipka/piecon
https://github.com/component/pie
https://github.com/astrokin/PieChart
https://github.com/sakrist/VBPieChart
https://github.com/gajus/pie-chart
https://github.com/benkeen/d3pie
https://github.com/briancoyner/Core-Animation-Pie-Chart
https://github.com/benpickles/peity
https://github.com/dainkaplan/Chartreuse
https://github.com/limccn/Android-Charts
https://github.com/SamChristy/PieChart
https://github.com/samccone/pieChart
https://github.com/saulpower/ExpandablePieChart
Line Graph
https://github.com/seattlerb/graph
https://github.com/Boris-Em/BEMSimpleLineGraph
https://github.com/jjoe64/GraphView
https://github.com/cvalleskey/graph
https://github.com/morrisjs/morris.js
https://github.com/grevolution/SHLineGraphView
https://github.com/Brideau/GeospatialLineGraphs
https://github.com/dominictarr/line-graph
https://github.com/Jawbone/JBChartView
https://github.com/zurb/pizza
https://github.com/johnyorke/JYGraphView
https://github.com/PhilJay/MPAndroidChart
https://github.com/EE590-Spring2014/LineGraph
https://github.com/deck/graphy
https://github.com/joachim-rodrigues/graphiteIntegrator
https://github.com/tmdvs/CoreGraphicsGraph
https://github.com/sk344208651/CSChartsView
https://github.com/boorad/d3-tsline
https://github.com/limccn/Android-Charts
https://github.com/daniellawrence/graphite-spark
https://github.com/laracasts/Reports-and-Graphs
https://github.com/hut8labs/graphblast
https://github.com/nevyn/C3LineGraph
https://github.com/linea/Graph.js
https://github.com/plotly/MATLAB-api
https://github.com/Lab41/SkyLine
https://github.com/wja-no/line.js
https://github.com/myCodeHurts/LineGraph
https://github.com/JamezQ/cli-graph
https://github.com/sandro/assembly_line
TV Remote
https://github.com/vivianaranha/TvOS_Remote
https://github.com/MelonSmasher/rPiTV-Remote-Android
https://github.com/SteveWinfield/PHP-LG-SmartTV
https://github.com/jglukasik/remote
https://github.com/russellmcc/remote
https://github.com/ZestyMeta/remote
https://github.com/nickng/google-tv-remote-jb
https://github.com/tim-vandecasteele/Philips-Wifi-TV-Remote
https://github.com/minakov/Android-Launcher-TV
https://github.com/migueljteixeira/nodejs-lgtvRemoteControl
https://github.com/bradmb/SmartThings-Samsung-TV-Remote
https://github.com/Tobi042/LG-Remote
https://github.com/42SK/TVKILL
https://github.com/trentrand/Apple-TV-Remote
https://github.com/netdata/pcremote
https://github.com/alfaiyma/PythonRemote
https://github.com/DouweM/beamer-remote
https://github.com/Basster/philips-tv-remote
https://github.com/agriic/samsung-tv-remote
Alarm Clock
https://github.com/steventrigg/AlarmClock
https://github.com/SheldonNeilson/Android-Alarm-Clock
https://github.com/yuriykulikov/AlarmClock
https://github.com/tschembs/AlarmClock
https://github.com/zidarsk8/AlarmClock
https://github.com/klinker41/alarm-clock
https://github.com/finucane/sunrise-alarm
https://github.com/skiwithpete/alarmpi
https://github.com/robbiehanson/AlarmClock
https://github.com/mLewisLogic/alarm
https://github.com/yhbyun/alarm-clock
https://github.com/TriggerAu/KerbalAlarmClock
https://github.com/tdicola/SmartAlarmClock
https://github.com/craft-ai/SmartAlarmClock
https://github.com/bauerjon/Alarm-Clock-iOS
https://github.com/hlidskialf/alarming
https://github.com/pAIgn10/AlarmClock
https://github.com/dslackw/alarm
https://github.com/wnyc/cordova-plugin-wakeuptimer
https://github.com/Shopify/toxiproxy
Keyboard
https://github.com/Mottie/Keyboard
https://github.com/jasonrudolph/keyboard
https://github.com/TiYcc/KeyBoard
https://github.com/mdznr/Keyboard
https://github.com/humblehacker/keyboard
https://github.com/Benvie/Keyboard
https://github.com/tmk/tmk_keyboard
https://github.com/RobertWHurst/KeyboardJS
https://github.com/joshwyatt/keyboard_shortcuts
https://github.com/byteShaft/keyboard
https://github.com/EasyAsABC123/Keyboard
https://github.com/archagon/tasty-imitation-keyboard
https://github.com/ayushgoel/AGEmojiKeyboard
https://github.com/chiragjain/Emoticons-Keyboard
https://github.com/jteeuwen/keyboard
https://github.com/YuAo/WUEmoticonsKeyboard
https://github.com/pkrumins/keyboard
https://github.com/ast/keyboard
https://github.com/mano-mykingdom/keyboard
https://github.com/pattulus/KeyboardMaestro
https://github.com/smc/Indic-Keyboard
https://github.com/Machx/Xcode-Keyboard-Shortcuts
https://github.com/Kamaros/ELDeveloperKeyboard
https://github.com/driftyco/ionic-plugin-keyboard
https://github.com/pelya/android-keyboard-gadget
https://github.com/pa7/Keyboard-Heatmap
https://github.com/AnySoftKeyboard/AnySoftKeyboard
Emojis
https://github.com/arvida/emoji-cheat-sheet.com
https://github.com/jkloo/slack-emojis
https://github.com/mroth/emojistatic
https://github.com/jlongster/emojiscript
https://github.com/imkmf/emojisnippets
https://github.com/pepibumur/emojize
https://github.com/mrdaemon/weechat-emojis
https://github.com/diy/jquery-emojiarea
https://github.com/mozilla/fxemoji
https://github.com/jbevain/EmojiVS
https://github.com/mozilla/fxemoji
https://github.com/twitter/twemoji
https://github.com/elreimundo/emojis
https://github.com/Coraza/angular-emoji-popup
https://github.com/stv0g/unicode-emoji
https://github.com/tallesl/emojis
https://github.com/atom/autocomplete-emojis
https://github.com/github/gemoji
https://github.com/havenwood/emojis
https://github.com/mrdaemon/irssi-emojis
Volume Booster
https://github.com/DebauchedSloth/HeadsetBoost
https://github.com/nathic/VolumeBooster
https://github.com/eldruin/gnome-shell-extension-volume-boost
https://github.com/Oli-Lab/14-AudioVolume-super-boost
https://github.com/WickedLynx/Siren