Category Archives: Connecctionism

Connections between Thought Realms

Computers can be programed to sift unstructured texts in order to find connections. ┬áIf you want to connect two realms of thought, you need data from both realms. You should also have a theory on how to connect the realms. … Continue reading

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All the gold in the world is not that much gold

“In all of history, only 161,000 tons of gold have been mined”, National Geographic, Jan 2009 (52). At $950 an ounce, that puts the total value of all the gold in the world at a little less than $5 trillion … Continue reading

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The Day the Universe Changed

When change happens — change that we adopt as a culture — it updates the features of our society. In fact, change itself is part of what defines us. New features become part of our lives and then refocus our … Continue reading

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