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The Path Of A Double Pendulum

Look at that. Isn’t that beautiful? Doesn’t it look chaotic, and yet strangely elegant? This is the path of a double pendulum. Small changes, such as changing the angle between the two pendulums when released, would generate a gratuitous amount … Continue reading

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What do you do if you are a self-fulfilling prophet?

What is the pragmatic course of action to take when you are aware that your prediction about the future (to simplify it) is going to influence it? If there was a single chief economist in the world (again, simplifying it) … Continue reading

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Personal Systems 2.1- down the rabbit hole we go…

Continuing from where we left off, here and here! Brainstorming (prototype 1.0): Putting things together (2.0) Refining them (2.1)- click to expand! I spent a little more time playing around with this, putting in all the things that I’m interested … Continue reading

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Complex systems are more interesting than linear ones.

I have a big problem with making lists. Lists are not actually very informative. They are an ineffectual way of presenting information, because they are not very intuitive or visual. Lists are linear, unlike most of reality, which assembles itself … Continue reading

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