Training Your Horse
seen all the videos, you own all the books, youve been to all the
clinics and youre still having problems training your horse. Its
not your fault, you just havent tried everything yet! You dont
need to go to Sea World to learn how to train your horse. Clucker Training
(CT) has been used successfully for years at poultry farms all across
Europe. Not until the breakup of communism have these revolutionary training
methods become available to the rest of us.
no equipment to purchase, no fancy books with big words to read, and best
of all you dont have to teach your horse to rear and eat a fish
for reinforcement with our program. We use only humanely raised range
fed chickens in our training program. An added benefit from CT is that
you get eggs from the chicken too.
need to practice the cluck with the horse. Your horse has to learn to
differentiate between the cluck of a Rhode Island Red and a Cornish Game
Hen. Each horse is different, as is every chicken. Some "cluck",
some make a "bock-bock" noise, while others make more of "peep"
(eat these ones right away, theyre no good for Clucker Training).
Practice clucking out loud in front of large groups of people; at work,
church, in the grocery store, etc. But, be sure not to "gobble"
as this is reserved for working with mules.
Response, Operant Conditioning, Intrinsic Reinforcement, Targets, and
Jackpots are all too confusing for us to remember. Weve replaced
this with the "Tingle Response" named after Dr. Bert Tingle.
Dr. Tingle believes that no one can learn to train their horse effectively
unless they receive their training from "Tingle Certified" (TC)
instructors in order to maintain consistency and the integrity of his
training program. Dr. Tingle was the first scholar to successfully combine
fractals and decomposition strategy with modern day horse training principles:
domain decomposition strategy is simple but suffers from a significant
disadvantage: it cannot easily exploit redundancy and symmetry and,
hence, performs eight times too many integral computations. Because
an alternative algorithm based on functional decomposition techniques
is significantly more efficient (it does not perform redundant computation
and does not incur high communication costs), the domain decomposition
algorithm is not considered further.
a different parallel algorithm can be developed by focusing on the
computation to be performed rather than on the data structures manipulated,
in other words, by using a functional decomposition. When redundancy
is considered, one naturally thinks of a computation as comprising
a set of integrals (the integral procedure
of the algorithm) each requiring six D elements
and contributing to six F elements.
on these computations, we define ``computation'' tasks, each responsible
for one integral. Having defined a functional decomposition, we next
need to distribute data structures over tasks. However, we see no
obvious criteria by which data elements might be associated with one
computation task rather than another: each data element is accessed
by many tasks. In effect, the F, D,
and A arrays constitute large data structures
that the computation tasks need to access in a distributed and asynchronous
fashion. This situation suggests that the techniques described in
the prior paragraph for asynchronous communication may be useful.
Hence, for now we simply define two sets of ``data'' tasks that are
responsible only for responding to requests to read and write data
values. These tasks encapsulate elements of the two-dimensional arrays
D and F and of the one-dimensional
array A ), respectively. In all, our partition
yields a total of approximately computation tasks and data tasks (as
have now defined computation tasks and data tasks. Each computation
task must perform sixteen communications: six to obtain D
matrix elements, four to obtain A matrix elements,
and six to store F matrix elements. As the computational
costs of different integrals can vary significantly, there does not
appear to be any opportunity for organizing these communication operations
into a regular structure, as is advocated in the previous section.
a minute this is a quantum chemistry algorithm. Well anyways send us money
for our training program.
Clucker Training clinic in Branson, Missouri May 9th. Meet
world renowned clucker/trainer, Dr. Bert Tingle. Dr. Tingle will demonstrate
his training methods which combine Natural Horsemanship techniques and
Clucker Training. The result is different levels of horseanship with fowl
1: Yielding your horse with a chicken on your head and Dr. Tingle
demonstrates how to effectively round pen with the smaller breeds
2: Clucker tunes. Teaching your horse to respond to feel while you
cluck to show tunes; The theme from Deliverance (Dueling Banjos),
Fiddler on the Roof, and Oklahoma.
3: Advanced clucker; teaching your horse to trailer load and introduction
to the "gobble".
your certified CT program from us this week for a low price of $129.00
and well throw in our new training system, Gobble Training (GT)
for mules. If you purchase before midnight tonite, youll get:
- Not one
but TWO certified natural organic range fed chickens for use in your
training program. A Leghorn and a Bantam; both guaranteed to cluck on
- A video
tape entitled "True Cluck" which explains the proper way to
hold your chicken and get the most "cluck for the buck".
- Our book
"The Man who Clucks to Horses" a real life biography about
the life of Dr. Bert Tingle from the time he showed John Wayne how to
ride a horse to his visits to the White House to help President Reagan
work on foreign policy matters.
order to us. Be sure to include your credit card number and expiration