Category Archives: Theory of Everything

Duchamp’s Fountain

Duchamp~ Artmaking is making the invisible, visible. See: Marcel Duchamps’s Fountain: It’s History and Aesthetics in Context of 1917 by William Camfield Click on Image The extended understanding  for me of Duchamp as an artist was always in context of … Continue reading

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Theory of Everything

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Beyond the Standard Model Standard Model [show]Evidence Hierarchy problem • Dark matterCosmological constant problemStrong CP problemNeutrino oscillation [show]Theories TechnicolorKaluza–Klein theoryGrand Unified TheoryTheory of everythingString theory [show]Supersymmetry MSSM • Superstring theorySupergravity [show]Quantum gravity String theoryLoop quantum gravityCausal dynamical … Continue reading

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Who Has Forgotten the Child’s Question?

Physicists theorize that the omnipresent Higgs field slows some particles to below light speed, and thus imbues them with mass. Are we there yet? How many of you with children have not heard our own children speak with impatience of … Continue reading

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Perspective of the Theoretical Scientist

Most people think of “seeing” and “observing” directly with their senses. But for physicists, these words refer to much more indirect measurements involving a train of theoretical logic by which we can interpret what is “seen.”– Lisa Randall There are … Continue reading

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Different Approaches to a 5d world

Smolin: And there are published predictions for observable Planck scale deviations from energy momentum relations[22, 23] that imply predictions for experiments in progress such as AUGER and GLAST. [B]For those whose interest is more towards formal speculations concerning supersymmetry and … Continue reading

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DNA Computing

DNA computing is a form of computing which uses DNA, biochemistry and molecular biology, instead of the traditional silicon-based computer technologies. DNA computing, or, more generally, molecular computing, is a fast developing interdisciplinary area. Research and development in this area … Continue reading

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What Good are Mathematics in the Real World?

Came across this article at Clifford of Asymptotia blog( doesn’t this have an “ole English sound” to it?:). Clifford writes: The first article? It’s a discussion of some of the things I’ve been telling you about in recent times. Applications … Continue reading

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Stargazers and Hill Climbers

AS with Einstein, who was Socrates daemon?:) In Plato’s Apology of Socrates, Socrates claimed to have a daimonion (literally, a “divine something”)[6] that frequently warned him – in the form of a “voice” – against mistakes but never told him … Continue reading

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The Whole World is a Stage

Euler product formula Now you must know what sets my mind to think in such abstract spaces. “Probability of seeing a stage in a concert.“ All The World’s A Stageby William ShakespeareFrom: As you Like It, Act II Scene VII … Continue reading

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Configuration Space

Lee Smolin: For Newton the universe lived in an infinite and featureless space.There was no boundary, ad no possibility of conceiving anything outside of it. This was no problem for God, as he was everywhere. For Newton, space was the … Continue reading

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