Does Innovation Need Language?

“There had been a few genius mathematicians who invented much more than a computing-like device, they figured out one of the most important intelligence formulas. Rob had programmed it in the Mold language.”
– J.M.K. Walkow, Blue Earth

Beach and Mold Language

Since its inception in 2005, the Mold languages bring benefits by focusing on concise communication, quickly adapting its format matching innovation.

The Mold languages consists of elements and operations, using all of the four grammar notations: prefix, infix, postfix and outfix: {{element} | {operation}}

Blue Earth Sands

Can use of a Mold dialect help to discover a cure for cancer?

Do you want to try it, writing in Mold?

Blue Earth Shores
Thank you to the publishing body of “Blazing Night”, “Naturalistic Fantasy” and “Blue Earth” for the permissions to use the copyrighted materials:

Blue Earth: The Body J. M. K. Walkow, ISBN 978-0-9866564-4-6, 2015
Naturalistic Fantasy J. M. K. Walkow, ISBN 978-0-9866564-2-2, 2013
Blazing Night J. M. K. Walkow, ISBN 978-0-9866564-1-5, 2012
Blazing Night J. M. K. Walkow, ISBN 978-0-9866564-0-8, 2010

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