Digital Cosmology Blog

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Category: General

1 x 1 = 2

Can 1 x 1 be equal to 2?

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Internet Of Cells

The Internet of Things (IoT) is all over the news. They want to connect your appliances, car, your hole house, transportation and literary everything to the Internet. Why not going one step further: Introducing the Internet of Cells (IoC)

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Is A Democratic System Compatible With Nature?

Some natural random variables have a normal distribution, some have Pareto distribution and some power law distribution. For example, height of humans is normally distributed, income has Pareto distribution and stock market returns follow some other power law distribution. Only some random processes have uniform distribution when the outcomes are equally likely, e.g. a coin toss.

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How to Distinguish a True Philosopher or Scientist from Someone with Asperger Syndrome

Individuals with Asperger syndrome who have managed to become scientists, or even worse philosophers, have been a drag to progress and innovation. Many such individuals, due to unique abilities of presenting themselves as true geniuses have reached very high positions and control the dissemination of new ideas.

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Relation of Probability to Randomness

The naive association of probability to randomness was established when the classical definition was popular. In the axiomatic definition, probability is not necessarily related to randomness but manifests itself in all types of phenomena, deterministic or stochastic. 

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