Monthly Archives: November 2011

The clock is ticking. Machine is turned on.

Speaking in terms of game theory, John Nash said that we need to think about others, not only about ourselves, thus we think more about ourselves. Speaking in terms of economics: 1. Introduction of money (historical fact) that has its … Continue reading

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Fun thoughts – part 2

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(the) Ballad for a descending object

Pushing the surface You put an object on the ground that pushes the surface as long as surface deploys a force to restrain the very object from descending, i.e. Newton’s laws that defines connection between mass and force. From the … Continue reading

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Nicola Tesla – insight on his senescence, responsibility

This is somewhat saying goodbye to certain way of living. In a specific manner. This is the last non-mathematical analysis in this blog. Nicola Tesla died in room no. 3327 in NY, giving away money from patents, being attacked by … Continue reading

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Read the masters- quotations

“It’s very interesting. I am trying to embrace the boundless. Anything that is boundless can be embraced” Perelman, G. “Why did we have to struggle with the Poincare conjecture for so many years? To put it in a nutshell, the … Continue reading

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A story about a geometry and a number (introduction, elementary)

Finding quantity of an object. That implies counting in set theory, building up the foundations for the very theory. One. Two. Fundamenal Theory of Alebra combined with Fourier transform, ie. hologram of a number. Its presentation in multidimensional space. Three. … Continue reading

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