Part 1: How the Conception of Units and their Infinite-Repeatability is rooted in Remembered-Thinking

"...as far as the propositions of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality."*   – Albert Einstein, 1922 A quote remembered for what it says about the limits of human knowledge, but less remembered for what it says about the peculiar powers of a conscious mind, to perceive perfect certainty, such as mathematical proofs, despite living in an imperfect universe.

The Permanence Review Newsletter, Issue #5

Updates I recently applied the theories of consciousness from The Pressure of Light to this article: Why teaching a computer to remember computing is the first step to constructing consciousness in AI ...which is also a GitHub project: https://github.com/MalcolmAR/ConsciousHabitTracker There are so far 137 downloads of the Free PDF for The Pressure of Light, consider supporting … Continue reading The Permanence Review Newsletter, Issue #5

The Standard Model of particle physics: The absolutely amazing theory of almost everything

How does our world work on a subatomic level? Varsha Y S, CC BY-SA By Glenn Starkman, Case Western Reserve University The Standard Model. What dull name for the most accurate scientific theory known to human beings. More than a quarter of the Nobel Prizes in physics of the last century are direct inputs to … Continue reading The Standard Model of particle physics: The absolutely amazing theory of almost everything