Monthly Archives: January 2014

Red sequence matrix

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Observation for greatness of noble understanding- learn from Leonardo da Vinci!

Leonardo da Vinci was a phenomenal observer. Rather than generalizing big, given the times when he lived, he embarked on a beautiful journey of observation. He learnt about the given, caring about details. Not having a chance to generalize at scale (what … Continue reading

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String problem

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Re-defining boundary conditions in problem solving

1. Checking boundary conditions is currently done (and should be) with machines (experimental mathematics). 2. When referring to a boundary condition, we often mean the one stemming from well-ordering of the number system (1) or ones coming from the task itself … Continue reading

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Integer universe problem

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From Zeno’s paradoxes, through Andy Parker to the O-order

Lets start with Aristotle: – “In a race, the quickest runner can never overtake the slowest, since the pursuer must first reach the point whence the pursued started, so that the slower must always hold a lead.” – “That which … Continue reading

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Implicate order from Bohm into the notion of O-order!

Lets first start with three quotations from Bohm. From there on, I will guide you through the imagination required to forget about the secondary parameters that make us believe in illusion for centuries. Not only is Bohm very right about … Continue reading

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