R A N D O M

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 theContinue reading “R A N D O M”

The Watson “i/j” Theory Part 2: “Pattern”, Absolute Determinism, Dimensionality Reduction, Assorted Mathematical Peculiarity and An Observational Rant From DTO™

**Disclaimer: In this second part of the Watson “i/j” Theory presentation, I’ll be going in detail about use of deterministic math and how it’s associated with this theory; I’ll touch a little bit (nh) on dimensionality reduction (more in-depth in the third of this series); assorted peculiarity on the math; and I go berserk inContinue reading “The Watson “i/j” Theory Part 2: “Pattern”, Absolute Determinism, Dimensionality Reduction, Assorted Mathematical Peculiarity and An Observational Rant From DTO™”

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

Thinking Critically….

You know, growing up as a kid back in the ’80s, it was cute to be a child and get excited whenever some “discovery” came about from the scientific community…but when I became an adult, I had to think critically about subject matter that was presented before me. If I can think critically, why can’tContinue reading “Thinking Critically….”

H A M I L T O N I A N S

**Disclaimer: Folks, it’s my utmost and sincerest desire to dedicate this blog post to the National Society of Black Physicists since they were nice enough to ignore the question I posed to them last year (2012) about whether or not a Hamiltonian can be in a “fixed state”. Not only did they ignore the question, theyContinue reading “H A M I L T O N I A N S”