Welcome to the Homepage of Brad Neufeld of Nolalu Ontario.
Although this is quite bare, there will be more here soon. :)
All the best to you, whomever you are!
Here are some of my articles
- The limits of empathy
- Some observation about musical scale and a recommendation for correction.
Here are some of other sites that I operate.
- The Data Architect A website devoted to the discussion of data and database architecture. If you know the difference between those two things, you will want to pop by. ;)
- Open Nest This is going to be a social media platform unlike any of the platforms that are currently available. Warning! No dopamine hits are likely.
- Northwestern Ontario Environmental Science Education Research Community This is an attempt to create a sustainable, science-based life in northwestern Ontario. If successful, this model will have wide ranging impacts and should be adoptable by communities anywhere.
- TGrall This is an attempt to build a webserver whose guiding principles are ease of use, high performance, massively distributable, and secure.
- Brad Neufeld In so much as he has time, this is where you will find information about Brad Neufeld, the eccentric bushman that operates these endeavours.
Meluhha, the Sumerian name for what we now call the Harappan culture from the Indus Valley, is currently the ancient society that fascinates me the most. An ancient bronze-age civilization that lasted over 2000 years and had no significant religion, military, or, fascinatingly, inequality. They had standardized bricks that are still usable more than 4000 years later, standardized weights, by far the earliest example of indoor plumbing, and an extensive trading network that brought them wealth from far and wide. It is regarded as the largest of all the bronze age societies and appears to have disappeared without any major trauma. More dissolved. Possibly due to the loss of the river their society was based on.