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Indeterministic Causal Relations

In her paper ‘Causality and Determination’, G.E.M. Anscombe gives an example of an indeterministic causal relation that was mentioned by the physicist Richard Feynman. It goes as follows: 2,254 more words

Causation

Bilangan Aneh Ditemukan Dalam Benturan Partikel

Oleh: Kevin Hartnett
15 November 2016
Sumber: Quanta Magazine

Timbul hubungan tak terduga antara hasil-hasil eksperimen fisika dan sehimpunan bilangan penting dalam matematika murni yang secara zahir tak berkaitan. 2,289 more words

Sains

Monday Moment: Destination unknown

Interesting comment, coming from a scientist, isn’t it? But certainly, to be able to uncover fresh ideas and investigate new realities, you have to be open to what you don’t know, and even the possibility that you won’t know…As you start your week, try to cultivate this  “beginner’s mind,” as we often call this perspective in mindfulness. 95 more words

Applicants

The Feynman Technique

“if you want to understand something well, explain it”

Part of the reason I’ve decided to write this blog is that to be able discuss or explain things in any meaningful way requires an understanding of the subject, and through writing blog posts I can not only share topics that interest me, but I can gain a deeper understanding of and retention for the topics. 376 more words

Feynman

Story of how Feynman tried to get rid of fields but couldn't

The “field” concept is a useful theoretical construct in physics. Fields can be quantized. The electromagnetic field consists of quanta known as photons. In QFT (Quantum Field Theory) the elementary particles are thought of as quanta of their respective field. 630 more words

Physics

What life is all about/Semnificatia vietii

“Nobody ever figures out what life is all about, and it doesn’t matter. Explore the world. Nearly everything is really interesting if you go into it deeply enough.”

Richard P. Feynman

...golden Hour...

I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.

― Richard Feynman

Musings