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SIN meets LSA

A few weeks back I had the opportunity to spend time with some of the wonderful people at Indiana University. Together we worked on all things Newtonian, and in particular on a computational method called Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA). 770 more words

Isaac Newton

Nada Más Importa / Nothing Else Matters

–por Scott Morrison (Nov 14, 2014)

Para un momento por completo.
No importa nada, lo que has hecho o lo que no has hecho hasta ahora. 600 more words

Soulforce

Dialogue on Randomization

Roger Bacon- Consider the diverse benefits of randomization. Piercing through the vagaries of chance and deception, it allows us to discern truly the causes and consequences of action. 454 more words

Economics

The World's Unwhispered Beauty

by Bernadette Miller (Nov 06, 2014)

The World’s Unwhispered Beauty

What would you do
if you really knew
that life was wanting
to sing through you? 327 more words

WednesdaysOnFridays

Is Modern Science the Original Science?

Science. When that word comes to mind, it is the usually the general view of science. But the kind of science you’re thinking about is modern science.What is modern science? 421 more words

Belonging: Be the Longing

–by Toko-Pa Turner (Oct 24, 2014)

The ache to belong in friendship and community can be so pervasive that it colours everything we do. We, the many who have been orphaned from our ancestors’ soil and the teachings of their stewarding ways, have but this meagre scratch to start with. 498 more words

WednesdaysOnFridays

The evolution of the scientific method.

Empiricism, the idea that sensory experience is a source of knowledge, is ancient.  People have obviously learned through sensory experience as long as there have been people.   1,581 more words

Science