Monthly Archives: November 2013

from an unknown forest to ideas

 

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Learn from Martin Brown and Joanne Cohn!

– “We believe that most of the matter in the universe is dark, i.e. cannot be detected from the light which it emits (or fails to emit)” – “Current indications from the cosmic microwave background are that the universe is … Continue reading

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Notes about Beal conjecture, infinite descent and infinitesimals

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Fundamental questions on a cloudy evening with a cup of cacao from Peru

1. Why does our physical body die? Tim Radford, The Guardian, “Organisms grow old because nature doesn’t need them any more. If the purpose of life is to procreate and replicate successfully – this is the logic of the so-called … Continue reading

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k-almost orthogonality problem

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Notes on exploiting auctions

– pva: independently distributed, according to some prior, in cva: common value independently drew from a common distribution, learning about values of others important, – hard vs soft closing rules (may favor sniping, bidders can collude) – in the fpa … Continue reading

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k-almost infinite descent reverse engineered

art1 ZetaX provided a solution: “The problem of an integer having a unique prime factorisation”

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