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, …

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 …

Gravity (No, Not The Box Office Snoozefest)

In the real world, no one knows exactly what the "true model" of gravity is but physicists are aware that in most situations it [gravity] is reminiscent of Newtonian gravity, and, under every situation that has been measured, gravity resembles general relativity. Let's say, you don't agree with that observation--do know that I don't care …

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 …

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 …