Category Archives: Pascal

Gold and Fool’s Gold

Gold Perhaps the highest density known is reached in neutron star matter (see neutronium). The singularity at the centre of a black hole, according to general relativity, does not have any volume, so its density is undefined. The most dense … Continue reading

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Supersymmetry<->Simplistically<-> Entropically Designed?

So of course I am troubled by my inexperience, as well as, the interests of what could have been produced in the “new computers” of the future? So in some weird sense how would you wrap the dynamics of what … Continue reading

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Pattern Recognition

Strominger: That was the problem we had to solve. In order to count microstates, you need a microscopic theory. Boltzmann had one–the theory of molecules. We needed a microscopic theory for black holes that had to have three characteristics: One, … Continue reading

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Earth Bound Solutions to All Possible Pathways

Will I might have been guilty of taking Physics down a road so similar in conceptualization bastardizing, that I would have driven a nail in the very deaths of what could have emerged from the outcome of all possibilties? That … Continue reading

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Wolfram’s Ring Tone

What makes this a little bit, well more then a bit interesting is the evaluation you might try to assign reality of the unseen. IN Mendeelev’s table, I like to think in a different way, and if one held the … Continue reading

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Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal (June 19, 1623 – August 19, 1662) Born in Clermont-Ferrand (France), the young Pascal was introduced to mathematics and physics by his father. So precocious was his talent in these disciplines that he published his innovative Essai pour … Continue reading

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Albrecht Durer and His Magic Square

Albrecht Dürer(self portrait at 28) It was important to me that I post the correct painting and one that had undergone revision to exemplify the greater context of geometrical forms. In the Topo-sense? Artistic renditions help and adjust views, where … Continue reading

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Fool’s Gold

Ludwig Boltzmann (1844-1906) In 1877 Boltzmann used statistical ideas to gain valuable insight into the meaning of entropy. He realized that entropy could be thought of as a measure of disorder, and that the second law of thermodynamics expressed the … Continue reading

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