correct me if im wrong, but it seems like more and more every day diffrent os are slowly becoming similar. things such as wine, cygwin, virtual box, any browser on any os, dual booting and file sharing make me feel like i can do anything on any os
You can do anything in any programming language, therefore you can do anything on any OS. However rock's law will eventually stop this, in 2020 we are projected to enter a halt on computer power because of the cost to manufacture a microchip that takes x time in y operations. Quantum computing anyone?
DeXecipher didn't say anything about "[making] a linux os in batch or a protocol in python". You can't "make a linux os" with a scripting language, a Linux OS is just an OS that uses the Linux kernel (unless your intention is to reimplement the entire GNU system in batch, in which case, good luck, especially since the Linux kernel doesn't include a batch interpreter) and "a protocol in python" doesn't make sense either because a protocol is a set of rules for computer communication.
You implement it with a programming language, you don't create the protocol with one (otherwise, the protocol would be tied to the original implementation language).
Hmmm, I could split hairs more and say that you would could specify the protocol in a non-programming language but you create the protocol with a programming language as creating it is bringing it into existence, but I wouldn't do that...would i?
That's a fair point, it depends whether you define "creating" the protocol as defining or implementing it. But I guess it doesn't matter in the end because I misinterpreted the situation anyways.