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The Maverick Radio Hour: “Life, uh, Finds a Way” [Episode 7]

Posted by on Nov 3, 2021 in Audio, Economics, Philosophy, Physics | 0 comments

Another episode is upon us!

This is a talk of two very distinct halves. In the first, I run with physics, neuroscience, and evolutionary biology to solve multiple metaphysical conundrums. In the second, I take a cursory look at a couple of phenomena in the world of technology, labor, and market forces, and seek their origination.

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Surveyor’s Golden Disk No. 1 – Astronomic Latitude

Posted by on Apr 21, 2018 in Drawings, Featured, Physics | 2 comments

A useful primer for those interested in how latitude has been determined, over land and sea, from prehistory to the Ancient Egyptians and Chinese, to Viking explorers, and all the way to present navigators.

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Spatial-Temporal Equilibrium: Drawing #1

Posted by on Oct 6, 2017 in Physics | 0 comments

An early conceptual primer on the microscopic level.

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Spatial-Temporal Equilibrium: Drawing #2

Posted by on Oct 6, 2017 in Physics | 0 comments

An early conceptual primer on the macroscopic level.

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Spatial-Temporal Equilibrium

Posted by on Jul 10, 2012 in Featured, Physics | 0 comments

It is a layman’s understanding of an aspect of general relativity with a slight tweak, with an additional symmetricity of mass. What starts to make this hypothesis unique, I think, is the inclusion of a rotating universal reference frame.

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