• The Huffington Post today raised an interesting question about ethics, asking whether white supremacists should be able to practice law, or whether the profession should eliminate people “who aren’t morally fit”. I suggest that the problem is a deeper one, one that lies in the fine distinction between morals and ethics. We should have transcended moral-based judgments. Since the rise of the governance wave pretty much every professional organisation comes with a code of ethics. However, recently, a backlash emerged that put financial optimisation back on top of the agenda, along with moral-based evaluation.

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  • The dark matter hypothesis, that for any N antimatter-particles N+1 matter particles existed, N annihilating themselves, is an interesting assumption of an asymmetry.

    It matches the morphogenetic assumption that anything new will only come forth from some asymmetry, a hardening variable that breaks homeostatsis and creates something unique.

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  • Highly recommendable.

    The current view of black holes says that for Alice, who crosses the event horizon of a black hole, everything appears to be ok, whereas Bob, who observes her from outside, sees her boiling up in a hot soup on its surface.

    Both “realities” are true.

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  • Your talk must be interesting if there’s Leonard in the audience ;)

    I wonder how many classes I’d have to take to really dig the math of this. And I did quite some college math.

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  • This is really hard stuff for non-particle physicists like me.

    But there is one takeaway at the end that is highly interesting for computer scientists and complex thinkers: Boundary phenomenon on a surface, that are subject to chaotic behaviour may be described by a blue-shifted shockwave in the interior much more easily.

    Thus, the math that is used to describe these phenomena may be a new way to get more order into chaotic phenomena that are yet difficult to grasp. 

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