Monthly Archives: March 2014

Learn from others! (1)

Question from raxacoricofallapatorius: Why orbits don’t eventually decay? Response from anna v: You are right, the planetary model of the atom does not make sense when one considers the electromagnetic forces involved. The electron in an orbit is accelerating continuously … Continue reading

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My questions to others! (1)

My problem: Let be the n-th k-almost prime. Prove that for every for every there exists infinitely many satisfying . And a solution from Ross Millikan: , the prime. because we can display numbers that must be smaller; times all … Continue reading

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Evening thoughts closed in a poem

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Learn from Bertrand Russell!

– “I have lived in the pursuit of a vision, both personal and social. Personal: to care for what is noble, for what is beautiful, for what is gentle; to allow moments of insight to give wisdom at more mundane … Continue reading

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Widening the range of the perceived

Increasing the perceived (see: Goedel) allows us to iteratively improve our model of the universe. We can also use it for negative, e.g. non-existence, proofs. The range of the perceived are clustered to: sight, smell, taste, hearing, touch, vestibular, proprioception. … Continue reading

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Elaborating on programming paradigms in the context of the observable

 For general information please refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Programming_paradigm. We perceive the objects in the universe as if they had intrinsic properties. Those intrinsic properties last a moment (“how long is now?” on one of Berlin’s houses). For this moment they have … Continue reading

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Perspective ladder (presentation)

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