
Causal Slippery Fish
This was supposed to be my birthday blog post on entropy. Tried to perfect this blog draft for eighteen days extra. Much of this delay was caused by generating alternate timelines.

Simulation Hypothesis
” Zeno: I heard you read a blog post about infinity written in the future. How was it? Archimedes: The post was informative, but I found it lacked originality. Zeno: Really? I’ve always found infinity to be a fascinating concept. Archimedes: It is a fascinating subject, but the author simply regurgitated what we already know.…

Address of Infinity
“Hilbert introduced the Hilbert Hotel paradox in a 1924 lecture. The tale of Hilbert’s Hotel was a profoundly creative way of exploring the concept of infinity in that era. It challenged the minds of mathematicians and laymen alike, and showed them that infinity was not just a number, but a neverending story waiting to be…

Singularities
“There are even bigger problems within mathematics and its relationship with reality. The vast majority of modern physics is now based on mathematical models. But when neither light, nor atoms, can escape a black box in reality, how do we take a look?”

The 24 Generations of Programming Languages
“Can you make a table of the different generations of programming languages” A conversation with Chat GPT.

Conclusion of Everything
“Spacetime is like some simple and familiar system which is both intuitively understandable and precisely analogous, and if I were Richard Feynman I’d be able to come up with it.” xkcd.com

Quantum Computers
“Our knowledge in the field of computing is extremely limited. We currently employ bits (0/1) at the core of our computers. Dealing with concurrency related issues is a major challenge while representing algorithms. Coming to think of it, the Turing machine itself is a deterministic, singlethreaded machine. Can such algorithms ever account for, represent and…

Artificial Consciousness
“I believe that the real test of a theory of consciousness is to create artificial consciousness. I am not sure whether a simple Turing test would suffice for this, but it does seems inadequate. So is our mind simply an extremely complex computer running a complex bit of software?”

Cognition and The Theory of Everything
“But either way, it is you who is looking at your computer, moving your eye across this sentence trying to make any sense of it. You do exist. It would be unfair to exclude YOU from the theory of everything. Eventually, you sense this world. Shouldn’t YOU be of greater importance in it?”