Monthly Archives: December 2010

My TED Talk: Using Friendship to Expand our Horizons

I once considered myself an intellectual narcissist, a person who was too much smarter than other people to interact with them. This was detrimental to my cultivation of relationships, but I didn’t care, because I was better of left to … Continue reading

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Destroying the Mutual Exclusivity of Mathematics and Art

Understanding mathematics has allowed us to create intricately beautiful imagery. Here, I combine some of the most interesting forms created by mathematics into a mosaic.

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Rules that any universe must follow

I was having a discussion with some individuals on Facebook’s Mensa page. The question posed was if there is a rule that all universes must follow. I answered that there is one, and it is this rule: that they must … Continue reading

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Beyond the Big Bang

What if “Big Bangs” are a routine occurrence in a larger Universe that contains our smaller universe, and one in which our universe only amounts to the smallest bit of particulate matter. In such a “Megaverse”, Big Bangs could occur … Continue reading

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