The Permanence Review Newsletter, Issue #2

To this day humanity continues to contemplates whether the universe is bounded or infinite. Perhaps if Einstein were better at staying true to himself, and less strategic about making relativity as palatable as possible, and less concerned (unnecessarily, he would find as of 1919) with disseminating relativity to as wide an audience as possible, humanity … Continue reading The Permanence Review Newsletter, Issue #2

The Permanence Review Newsletter, Issue #1

Read this newsletter on Reddit Read this newsletter on LinkedIn The first 12 issues of this newsletter will work backwards through the non-academic, epistemological essay The Pressure of Light, from which the concept for The Permanence Review is derived (see how). This essay has uncovered the most significant knowledge about the nature of thought and time … Continue reading The Permanence Review Newsletter, Issue #1

Episode 3 of The Pressure of Light Series on Consciousness and Time

https://youtu.be/Q_2FVvXw88A While scientific philosophies differ in how they characterize the framework that creates, for a conscious mind, a system for understanding the universe, they all recognize that stimulus of the senses is a fundamental phenomenon for building, verifying and updating that system. David Hume, in The Treatise of Human Nature, showed just how little information … Continue reading Episode 3 of The Pressure of Light Series on Consciousness and Time