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JakeHolman, April 21, 2018
1 hour ago, JakeHolman said:
Need them to sniff out larger globalist rats that started this Middle East destabilization movement that destroyed otherwise prosperous / stable nations.
Oh yes had a "beneficial" side effect for them - the migrant crisis in Europe cause by such wars
WHEN GOD BEGAN CREATING...
Traffic cops? We need space trash collectors!
This is when you need a space traffic cop.
Look at the road (space) rage.
8 minutes ago, JakeHolman said:
The down side of that.
2 hours ago, JakeHolman said:
Seems to been prevalent back then.
Give new meaning to the golf terminology...hazard.
This is where they practiced....
Molten Mountain (Volcanic) Miniature Golf
Can another Einstein exist in this era? A better question is whether the spirit of his research program could emerge again in our current predicament. By his research program, I mean the activity that grasped through a few thought experiments and heuristics fundamental principles that not only revolutionized physics but our whole ontology in general. Through a combination of imagination and mathematical prowess, such as imagining himself riding a lightning bolt, and then translating this imagination into the language of geometry, he revolutionized our most fundamental intuitions of space and time.
Fast forward a hundred years later, where physics has become increasingly specialized and fractal-like, with theoretical physics atomized across many sub-disciplines. Given this complex landscape, there is simply not enough bandwidth to engage the informational complexity of all relevant fields in order to grasp at something both holistic and fundamental. Instead, scientific knowledge is atomized among various disciplines. Yet, although this division of labor and increased informational complexity has a legitimate logic, as many fields truly become more specialized and complex in a useful, authentic sense – this complexity has decreasing marginal returns. We can see this effect in some of the paper mills of theoretical physics, with theory after theory that may only have tenuous links with the facts of the world. At some point, the complexity and literature grew exponentially, engulfing empirical confirmation.
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