Spin Like Never Before and People Are Still Dealing With Those Small Numbers

Whenever I see the name "Elon Musk" in the headline title of any article I read regarding Mars, solar roofs, electric car-fandom or rockets imploding during lift-off, as the sub-topic, I tend to parallel his name with that of society's association of the word entrepreneur, however, for those of you who have read up on …

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Watson PMV Methodology : Discount Points, Errors, Provisional Valuations and Using Divisible Magic To Beg For Money

Profit margin, gross margin, cash flow positive/negative, gross revenue, net revenue, net profit/loss...all of these are buzzwords that perk the ears of the dumbest, most gullible "entrepreneurs". Real entrepreneurs never place the fate of their startups in angel investors/venture capitalists--entrepreneurs are the "say-so" when it comes to determining the "value" (snicker) of their ventures, particularly, …

My Response To A Self-Proclaimed “Investor”

To The Ghost In The Machine That Calls Himself/Herself An "Investor", I'm going to take my time with this response to your question because, if there's one thing that I'm extremely good at, it's putting an investor in their place. 1). I don't know what's more important: a Black man who's starting his own scientific …

People Do Not See The Costs of Things, Indoctrination and Matchstick Statistics

Technology is expensive, and the costs associated with research and development is frightfully expensive. The private sector, unlike government and university labs, are domains of very low overhead. In the private sector, you'll find that a lot of things that seem somewhat as useless overhead, in fact, aren't. However, useless overhead ≠ waste. One problem …

The Combination of Simplicity and Complex Behavior Is An Overlooked Advantage

People have a problem when it comes to putting numbers to things. In physics, the standard way of breaking up a problem involves spectral analysis. To break up turbulence, a set of waves, at a given scale, interact with other waves. The trouble you'll run into is the fact that because the problem is non-linear, …

High IQs, Child Prodigies, First Exposure And How The Game Is Played

I just recently hired my first employee, an electrical engineer out of Chicago, Illinois, but don't get it twisted. This person isn't American, which shouldn't be a shock to anyone reading this since the world over--especially the science experts from the Great Down Under--know that Americans are getting whipsawed out of job-after-job-after-job-after-job. When it comes …

MWI, “Chris”, Quantum Suicide, Thought Experiment, Wave Functions and “Desmondian Mathematics”

Things that seem difficult to do have easy math--and things that seem extremely easy to do are often accompanied by the most strenuous math. Let's take the universe as an example. If you were to make a key assumption, that the equations for the entire universe are "easy" to do, however, you must realize that …

While You Keep It All Random, I’m Rollin’ The Dice of Determinism, Playa…

Have you ever heard of the term, "random number"? What exactly is a "random number"? Can 6 be a "random number"? Is there some sort of an "order" to these "random numbers"? By "order", I'm referring to the relation by which 4 is < (less than) 5. Don't confuse that with magnitude, which is the …

Thermodynamic Quantities: Defining Observations

In my hand, I have a can of Coke that is 16 fluid ounces in one coordinate system and 473.18 mL in another. Is that scalar or not? Answer: No. This is where the need to define observation comes to face (nh). One thing about fluid measurement is that it doesn't correspond to any quantum …

The Watson “i/j” Theory Part 1: Purpose of Theory, Implied Values of Diacritic Dots and Predictions

**DISCLAIMER: I haven't been blogging much, especially last month (April) since I spent the entire month working with a trial version of MATLAB. But anyways, in this blog post I'll be introducing an unorthodox approach to a mathematical theory that I've been working on for the past ten years. It's based on the values of …