Rage may refer to: (emotion) an intense form of anger. Uncontrolled anger that is an increased stage of hostile response to an injury or injustice. From Latin rabies (“anger,” “fury”). A rabid dog. Feedback toxicity. Rage can lead to a state of mind where individuals believe they can do, & often are capable of doing, things that normally seem impossible. A sharp rise in adrenal output, increasing physical strength & endurance, sharpening the senses, dulling the sensation of pain. High adrenaline levels impair memory. Time-dilation occurs due to hyper-awareness of the hind-brain. Fight-or-flight. Pineal gland tuned to slow-motion. Tunnel-vision. Muffled hearing. Increased heart-rate. Hyperventilation. Seeing red. Art is not a slave to realism. Starting from an initial state & initial input, the rage sequence proceeds through a set of pre-defined states, eventually producing an output. The release of oxytocin, vasopressin & corticotrophin from the hypothalamus. Chain reaction. Alienation is a machine. At this point we do not need to detail how the machine operates. At this point we do not reveal details of transition structures. At this point a formal low-level detail nothing escapes. Digital sudokiller. For example “Add m+n” describes in all three. If there are no numbers in the set then there is no highest number. Assume the first number in the set is the largest number in the set. For each remaining number in the set: if this number is larger than the current largest number, consider this number to be the largest number in the set. When there are no numbers left in the set, consider the current largest number to be the largest number of the set. Will there ever be a wall long enough? Ignoring the implementation details, for each solution there is a restatement of the problem. Memory, being the retention of perceptions, can be viewed as a giant mosaic. This mosaic would consist of fragmented perceptions being held together by astrocytes, creating resistance. Astrocytes play a pivotal role in regulating blood-flow to & from the neurons by creating the blood-brain barrier. Social pathology is not a slave to brain chemistry. The transition from one state to the next is not deterministic, but can incorporate random input. Data Dada. Disruptive, Impulse-Control, Conduct Disorder. Maladaptive conflict management. Rage is a first-person shooter video game. An angel of Temperance & Humility versus the Devil. A fictional Transformers character. Data suffocating the atmosphere. An “enumerable infinite set” of the Last-Plus-One Human. Output integers created from an arbitrary input integer that, in theory, can be arbitrarily large. “Disproportionate.” HOSTILE AFFECTIVE REACTIVE AGGRESSION. Cognitive dissonance. Rage is a rational response-in-kind to an irrational problem. The excessive application of force-feedback. The terror associated with death or dying. Replay. A lack of impulsive behaviour is frequently observable. A programme of calculated indeterminacy. The world at the crossroads. Mutually Assured Destruction. Revolution or death. Ambiviolence. The process terminates when the “decision problem” is resolved.