Monthly Archives: July 2011

Current notion of intelligence and business

Intelligence, ie. brisk use of pidgeon principle, permuting, elementary logic, more advanced implication methodologies and tools (coefficients, cycles, theorems, functions, sequences) is not fully used (scarcely ever) due to incompleteness knowledge problems. For the sole purpose of achieving a goal … Continue reading

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Cosmos ladder from Tao’s lectures

Just a quotation (Terence Tao, Cosmic Distance Ladder)- Aristarchus knew that lunar eclipses were caused by the Moon passing through the Earth’s shadow. Aristarchus knew that lunar eclipses were caused by the Moon passing through the Earth’s shadow. The Earth’s … Continue reading

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Studying the martyr, Kierkegaard, and still not seeing martyrs among us

It’s not those that study big numbers or work hard 8hrs a day. It’s not those with a child they want to give food to. It’s not those that claim being Good Will Hunters. It’s not those that use the … Continue reading

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