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quantum thought reality

The quantum nature of consciousness

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Sir Roger Penrose
Quantum Consciousness Theorist — Co-creator of the Orch OR model of the quantum nature of consciousness and memory.  292 more words

Consciousness

the natural connections between mathematical laws and the physical universe

proportions and ratios of physical properties, such as quantity or magnitude, are inherently and naturally numerical #theoryofeverything

— xi genarsen (@xi_genarsen) April 17, 2014

proportions and ratios of physical properties are inherently numerical in nature – this is how numerical relationships are natural laws…

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Mathematical Universe Hypothesis

Vector (Linear) Spaces - Part 2

Welcome back!

In Part 1 of this series of posts, we were discussing Vector Spaces, and why they are defined over fields.

We saw that fields are defined by a set of rules which, when applied to numbers, seem to ‘fill out’ the number line. 1,533 more words

Geometric Algebra

A New Adventure

Hello,

I haven’t really tried blogging on any topic so far. But today, an idea out of nowhere came and struck me hard – that I should at least be blogging on… 241 more words

Theoretical Physics

Regularization of the big bang singularity with a time varying equation of state $w > 1$ [CL]

http://arxiv.org/abs/1403.2122

We study the classical dynamics of the universe undergoing a transition from contraction to expansion through a big bang singularity. The dynamics is described by a system of differential equations for a set of physical quantities, such as the scale factor $a$, the Hubble parameter $H$, the equation of state parameter $w$, and the density parameter $\Omega$. 128 more words

Cosmology And Extragalactic Astrophysics

Evidence of the square root of Brownian motion

A mathematical proof of existence of a stochastic process involving fractional exponents seemed out of question after some mathematicians claimed this cannot exist. This observation is strongly linked to the current definition and may undergo revision if nature does not agree with it. 376 more words

Physics

Recursive structure in the definitions of gauge-invariant variables for any order perturbations [CL]

http://arxiv.org/abs/1403.1004

The construction of gauge-invariant variables for any order perturbations is discussed. Explicit constructions of the gauge-invariant variables for perturbations to 4th order are shown. From these explicit construction, the recursive structure in the definitions of gauge-invariant variables for any order perturbations is found. 24 more words

Cosmology And Extragalactic Astrophysics