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Mac Specs: MBP 13" (2013); 2.6 GHz i5; 8 GB RAM; SSD 256 GB; OS 10.9.4

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First, I cannot interpret the long list of coding in your post, presumably from a 'kernel panic' on your computer. But, the 'kernel' is basically the lower software interface between a computers hardware/drivers and the OS/Apps seen by the user. When the kernel cannot recover from a 'problem' (whether internal or external), then a system crash occurs and on a Unix system the term used is a 'kernel panic' (of course, on a PC w/ Windows, it is the BSOD, i.e. 'Blue Screen of Death'). Rebooting the computer usually resolves the issue unless repetitive kernel attacks occur frequently.

Second, there is probably a lot available on this forum already, so a search might help - also, take a look at this MacWorld Discussion, and the ones from Wiki and Apple Support - good luck!
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