If the past was as open to possibility as the future, the present could still be exactly what it is… Continue reading Strange Days – Rewriting the Past
The Cosmos appears to accelerating internally in some strange and as yet inexplicable way. Awesome… Continue reading An Accelerating Cosmos ?
Stepping off from a clockwork world of linear dynamics and a simple algebra of actors, effects and geopolitical stages into a new conceptual vocabulary of complex and multidimensional, plastic spaces and warping logical dimensions… Continue reading Self-Gravitation
The Anthropic Principle: To assert that the Universe must necessarily have been perfectly-tuned for the eventual emergence of your self is the Ultimate Tautology. Continue reading Multiverse, Verse and Wonder
I imagine that part of the beauty of an equation in physics lies in the sense in which it serves as an algorithmic information compression of the phenomena, system or relationship it describes… Continue reading On Equations, Art and Information Compression
The idea that Gödel’s logical insights might reflect deeply upon physics is fascinating… Continue reading The Incompleteness of Physics
The belief that our own existence in the Universe is in some sense probable or even inevitable is known as the Anthropic Principle. The Anthropic Principle comes in two flavours: weak and strong… Continue reading Goldilocks and the Two Anthropic Principles