omniscience : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the state of being omniscient; having infinite knowledge
- Nostalgia portrays Roosevelt as the smiling and confident man who knew the answers, but in 1932 there was no such omniscience.
- In one disarming aside to the reader, Fowles argues that the Victorian novelist, aided by his assumed omniscience, patted life into artificial patterns and robbed characters of .
- Lawyers disliked his air of domineering omniscience, which seemed seldom justified by his understanding of their cases.
News & Articles
- Photo Tour: Inside Facebook's New High-Tech Cold Storage Data Center
Facebook (arguably) owns more data than God. But how to store a cache of user data collected at the scale of omniscience? If you're Facebook, just build another custom-crafted server storage locker roughly the size of the USS Abraham Lincoln on top of a breezy plateau in the Oregon high desert. The company's new Prineville, Ore., data center employs an ultra-green "cold storage" plan designed ...
Oct. 16, 2013 - ReadWriteWeb
- Ernie Chambers in USA Today
The court itself acknowledges the existence of God,Chambers said Wednesday. "A consequence of that acknowledgment is a recognition of God's omniscience."
- Alan Greenspan in Wall Street Journal
Omniscience is not given to us. There is no way to predict how innovative markets will develop,Mr. Greenspan said.