Category Archives: Game Theory

Something, we may not know about the world?

See: Music of the Quantum You combine theoretical positions with concrete ideas? If one has never encountered an anomaly in nature and thought okay this happened but with no scientific qualification what so ever then indeed it is not a … Continue reading

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Geometry Leads us to the Truth?

“The end he (the artist) strives for is something else than a perfectly executed print. His aim is to depict dreams, ideas, or problems in such a way that other people can observe and consider them.” – M.C. Escher I … Continue reading

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Ducks Know Game Theory

  A Beautiful Math: John Nash, Game Theory, and the Modern Quest for a Code of Nature (2006) The ducks, naturally, were delighted with this experiment, so they all rapidly paddled into position. But then Harper’s helpers began tossing the … Continue reading

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Hari Seldon, a fictional character, is the intellectual hero of Isaac Asimov‘s Foundation Series. In his capacity as mathematics professor at Streeling University on Trantor, he developed psychohistory, allowing him to predict the future in probabilistic terms. His prediction of … Continue reading

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Self-organization From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Self-organization is the process where a structure or pattern appears in a system without a central authority or external element imposing it. This globally coherent pattern appears from the local interaction of the elements … Continue reading

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A Yearning for Truth

Beauty, Plato wrote, is not easy to define, but something that “slips through and evades us”. For this reason, many logic-oriented philosophical approaches tend to divorce and even oppose truth and beauty. “The question of truth”, wrote logician Gottlob Frege … Continue reading

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Economic Translation From Boards

How many of you have joined your fellow brain jammers to seek a solution for a time for creative purpose? Dr:Lee Smolin’s article on arXiv. Having read it, I find it amusing that the language of economics can be recast … Continue reading

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Creating the Perfect Human Being or Maybe…..

….. a Frankenstein?:) Seriously , there are defined differences in the human being versus AI Intelligence. I think people have a tendency to blurr the lines on machinery. This of course required some reading and wiki quotes herein help to … Continue reading

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Oh Dear!… How Technology has Changed Things

Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beautya beauty cold and austere, like that of sculpture, without appeal to any part of our weaker nature, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music, yet sublimely pure, and capable … Continue reading

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Gran Sasso and the Pyramid

What good is a universe without somebody around to look at it?Robert Dicke This summer, CERN gave the starting signal for the long-distance neutrino race to Italy. The CNGS facility (CERN Neutrinos to Gran Sasso), embedded in the laboratory’s accelerator … Continue reading

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