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"One hour on this planet is 7 years on Earth"
Einstein's relativity states that time slows down near massive objects. He says this is one way to travel to the future! In case this interstellar travel is possible in our lifetime (through the grace of Mr. Musk and the like), I see one good use of this time dilation for the Enterprises. In the future, enterprises that moved or built on massive (relative to Earth) planets or asteroids, could delegate large projects back to a much less heavier planet and expect to get the output in mins or hours, which would have taken years or decades. First use of Einsteins relativity for Enterprises but then always keep Godel at the back of the mind if you are doing anything in this universe.

May be we as species are also sent to Earth to compute for someone living near a super massive blackhole at the center of our Galaxy?

#godel  #interstellartravel #relativity #timedilation  
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Never has it been so easy or so cheap to launch a satellite into the sky. Investors are hoping machine-processed satellite images can guide investments.
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The double slit experiment (from college days) has profound implications in understanding our position in universe and nature of reality . Our knowledge of system causes different results of how the photon will act, implying if there is any pocket of universe with information about some other part, it is enough to affect the former’s behavior. The delayed choice part of this experiment also shows that observer’s knowledge affects past events by loading up a backhistory to correlate with our knowledge. “Time” it appears to be only in our mind and not at quantum scale!
The double slit experiment (from college days) has profound implications in understanding our position in universe and nature of reality . Our knowledge of system causes different results of how th…
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Constraints inspiring creative outbursts from the last century. Constancy of the speed of light (constraint) led to theory of relativity by Einstein Uncertainty principle, where a particle does not exist until we measure one of its attributes, led to quantum mechanics : Heisenberg Hilbert just want a proof that proofs existed to prove all true facts of mathematics. Godel proves there are facts among arithmetic that can never be proved. This eventually led Turing to come up with the concept of computing leading to todays computer and AI. #constraints 
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I guess without the constraints it ends up being sci-fi.. which might lead to new science technology.
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"One hour on this planet is 7 years on Earth"
Einstein's relativity states that time slows down near massive objects. He says this is one way to travel to the future! In case this interstellar travel is possible in our lifetime (through the grace of Mr. Musk and the like), I see one good use of this time dilation for the Enterprises. In the future, enterprises that moved or built on massive (relative to Earth) planets or asteroids, could delegate large projects back to a much less heavier planet and expect to get the output in mins or hours, which would have taken years or decades. First use of Einsteins relativity for Enterprises but then always keep Godel at the back of the mind if you are doing anything in this universe.

May be we as species are also sent to Earth to compute for someone living near a super massive blackhole at the center of our Galaxy?

#godel #interstellar-travel #relativity #timedilation
 
"One hour on this planet is 7 years on Earth"
Einstein's relativity states that time slows down near massive objects. He says this is one way to travel to the future! In case this interstellar travel is possible in our lifetime (through the grace of Mr. Musk and the like), I see one good use of this time dilation for the Enterprises. In the future, enterprises that moved or built on massive (relative to Earth) planets or asteroids, could delegate large projects back to a much less heavier planet and expect to get the output in mins or hours, which would have taken years or decades. First use of Einsteins relativity for Enterprises but then always keep Godel at the back of the mind if you are doing anything in this universe.

May be we as species are also sent to Earth to compute for someone living near a super massive blackhole at the center of our Galaxy?

#godel  #interstellartravel #relativity #timedilation  
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Time travel is certainly possible. The only constraint is that its a one way ticket.
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What is the best way to see our changing planet? It depends on what you need to do with the image and what question you need answered.
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The double slit experiment (from college days) has profound implications in understanding our position in universe and nature of reality . Our knowledge of system causes different results of how the photon will act, implying if there is any pocket of universe with information about some other part, it is enough to affect the former’s behavior. The delayed choice part of this experiment also shows that observer’s knowledge affects past events by loading up a backhistory to correlate with our knowledge. “Time” it appears to be only in our mind and not at quantum scale!
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Well now we have Stephen Hawking on board as well. #Physics at precipice, saying that a complete understanding of the universe cannot be had from a finite set of principles (laws of physics). Time & again we saw, in various models starting from Peano's arithmetic model to Hawking's backholes, no corner of our universe is spared from this fundamental limitation that there are more facts than we can prove by starting from a finite enumerable axioms. I am excited to see Physicists think along the lines of computation & information systems. #undecidability #incompleteness
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  • Trilogy
    Architect and Technical Delivery Manager, 2004 - 2013
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    Software Engineer, 2003 - 2004
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    Software Engineer, 2002 - 2003
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Graduated in Computer Science from IIT-G and ever since taken up multiple hats as a software engineer, product manager and an architect for managing excellence through execution. I have delivered over 20 large scale high volume transactional systems primarily in the J2EE domain for fortune 500 customers. 14 yrs of industry experience. Passionate about Space and building enabling technologies. Ardent believer in GODEL!

My interests lie in Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Big Data Platforms and Neural Networks.

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Graduated in Computer Science from IIT-G, Do things the right way, Successfully delivered 20+ large scale and business critical application on time and to budget, Awesome balance of theory and practicality.
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  • Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
    Computer Science., 1998 - 2002
    Theory of Computation Formal Languages & Automata Compilers Probability & Statistics Software Engineering Algorithms Discrete Mathematics VLSI Systems Design Computational Geometry Computer Networks Digital Design Computer Organization & Architecture 20th Century Philosophy
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