Born To Do Math 195: Null Over Non-Null Universes, Set Theoretic Probability Proposal for Existence

In-Sight Publishing November 16, 2020 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: So, I think one of the basic premises, that I see, would be the idea that the set of null universes is not bigger than the set of things that can exist. I think the set of universes that cannot exist is smaller …

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Born to Do Math 194 – Leaky Black Hole Deets

In-Sight Publishing November 15, 2020 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Ok, so, some new research. Rick Rosner: This evening, an article on information in black holes. Jacobsen: Here, this has been a confirmation of the finding or the calculation of Hawking. That information is not destroyed by black holes. It's preserved. But obviously, …

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Born to do Math 193 – A Man’s Own(ed) Pursuits: Self-Formulated Teleology

In-Sight Publishing Born to do Math 193 – A Man’s Own(ed) Pursuits: Self-Formulated Teleology November 15, 2020 [Beginning of recorded material] Jacobsen: Rick, what is the future of IQ? Rosner: Like we've talked about this before. Jacobsen: Or what is the future relevance of IQ and its diminishment? Rosner: Well, IQ has only been around …

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Born to Do Math 189 – This Little Piggy Went to the Slaughter: “Do you see what I see? Do you hear what I hear?”

In-Sight Publishing Born to Do Math 189 – This Little Piggy Went to the Slaughter: “Do you see what I see? Do you hear what I hear?” October 15, 2020 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: So, we’ve talked about the colour red and perception and a certain universality in the perception of red …

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Born to Do Math 188 – “A physicist is just an atom’s way of looking at itself.”

In-Sight Publishing Born to Do Math 188 – “A physicist is just an atom's way of looking at itself.” October 8, 2020 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: So, we were talking off-tape about the arrow of time and physics. Rick Rosner: So, the physics that I know has always had a problem with …

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Born to Do Math 182 – Noether’s Theorem: “My methods are really methods of working and thinking…”

In-Sight Publishing Born to Do Math 182 - Noether's Theorem: “My methods are really methods of working and thinking...” August 22, 2020 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What’s going on with Noether’s Theorem? Rick Rosner: I know of it. I know it is amazing. It was a theory discovered in 1918. Basically, as …

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