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What matters is what matters, knowing what matters matters the most.
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Maybe all you need to know of physics (the rest being cake)…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhnKBKZvb_U

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Some filtering of bullshit posted to this group would be nice.

Are there moderators here? What are your qualifications, knowledge, experience in computation, communication, information, thermodynamics, graph and network theory, topology???

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6/16/17
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NPR's Science Friday, then presented an interview with a hyper conservative federalist who tried to say that quantum dynamics proves that hierarchical democratic governments will never be able to administrate systems as large as super-powers and international systems like the UN. He actually said that the brain is not hierarchically organized!

NPR's Science Friday, then presented an interview with Yaneer Bar-Yam, a hyper conservative federalist who tried to say that quantum dynamics proves that hierarchical democratic governments will never be able to administrate systems as large as super-powers and international systems like the UN. He actually said that the brain is not hierarchically organized! He writes about ethnic and figurative walls supporting ethnic walls being a good thing, about governments being a bad thing, about localism being a good thing, and of course. Just because a person jacks the word "quantum" onto a concept doesn't make it science. Why would this philosophical polemics crap be presented on a science show?


NPR's Terry Gross (I love her show "Fresh Air"), aired a segment today, an interview with a woman who is an extreme ocean distance swimmer. In the interview, the woman claimed that she was studied at a university lab in London England, and that she was determined to be a freak of nature because she was able to "increase the temperature of the cold water" she was immersed in. A feat she said that the lab scientists had never before seen. The very next show aired is called "Science Friday".
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