Category: Simple Questions
Children’s Philosophy Episodes 1 & 2: How a child answers the great questions by… not answering
About Children’s Philosophy: A series of articles that will show how small children answer the greatest philosophical questions of humanity. Philosophers need to question everything. And in order to do that, one must think as a child again! One can find wisdom in crazy persons and in children. So that is what I did: I […]
Few bodies problem…
In physics, the conundrum known as the “few-body problem,” how three or more interacting particles behave, has bedeviled scientists for centuries. Equations that describe the physics of few-body systems are usually unsolvable and the methods used to find solutions are unstable. There aren’t many equations that can probe the wide spectrum of possible few-particle dynamics. […]
Attention. Memory. Brain. The important things.
A study in eNeuro shows that, when remembering a sequence of events, the brain focuses on the event paid the least attention, rather than replaying the events in the order they occurred. This finding suggests that attention during the initial encoding of a memory influences how information is manipulated in working memory. Researchers presented adults […]
My life. MY life?
“My life” A quote we keep repeating over and over again. Doubt the obvious. And you will discover the truth… Your life?
Simple questions 1: What is matter?
The simplest questions are the harder to answer…
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