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And these are my peers in mathematical physics only.KennyFromSouthPark wrote: ↑January 20th, 2020, 8:34 pmYes, I do!
Amongst my peers were StephenHawking, Paul Dirac and Isaac Newton.
See -> https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Synergetics_(Haken)the formation and self-organization of patterns and structures in open systems far from thermodynamic equilibrium
@KennyFromSouthPark is my alter ego using gmail.com instead of protonmail.com. That's all.
Perhaps, but as far as I see your pogress is here:
Can we skip the step and continue to construct your cellular automata according to Max Planck?Heavpoot wrote: ↑January 14th, 2020, 6:54 pmWhy thank you, GUYTU6J!
Now, I believe the next logical step is to do two things:
1: Rename "ConwayLife.com" to "Phalanx Research Center", as this forum should primarily be focused on quadrokinetic object based CA research (the study of 4 moving objects).
2: Let's use our search programs to find a glider synthesis for the phalanx. I believe we can probably do this in under 13G if we try, possibly even getting as low as 4G.
Thank you for your great contribution to CA, Hubi1857!
Nature does not construct any cellular automata, at all, neither did theoretical physicists like Niels Bohr and Louis de Broglie, nor mathematical physicists like Paul Dirac and John von Neumann.
Gosh! More than an hour later, and still it's friday in Berlin-Kreuzberg, and even more than an hour to go until it's saturday in the UK...
no one should "slowly rot to death alive in filth and waste and solitude"KennyFromSouthPark wrote: ↑January 21st, 2020, 5:43 amAlthough it is definitely no fun, at all, to slowly rot to death alive in filth and waste and solitude, here you are two triplets of phase shifted gliders:
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Can you please tell more about your cellular automata according to Max Planck in a single post? The character limit is high enough.Hubi1857 wrote: ↑January 24th, 2020, 5:15 pmAnd NOW we're back topic:Nature does not construct any cellular automata, at all, neither did theoretical physicists like Niels Bohr and Louis de Broglie, nor mathematical physicists like Paul Dirac and John von Neumann. Pure classical physicist Max Planck was merely the first one in history of science who succefully explained to his colleagues how to measure the temperature T of the vacuum. ...
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And this is Kate Bush, my heroine of music, as well Björks, speaking about her song "Pi":I don't know what happens after this weekend.
Laughter or car crash? Or join a cult?
That's not cryptic as much as "not a language I can read".
Why exactly did you mention Greta Thunberg? She's great, but she seems kinda unrelated to the discussion (as do the other people you mentioned in that post)With 17 she still has dreams, all trees still grow
Because of this untold piece of german Schlagermusik from 1962 when I was hardly 6 years old and went to the
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Sorry @GUYTU6J but your interruption was completey needless!KennyFromSouthPark wrote: ↑January 21st, 2020, 5:43 amAlthough it is definitely no fun, at all, to slowly rot to death alive in filth and waste and solitude, here you are two triplets of phase shifted gliders:
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Not cryptic, at all, @otismo, that's correct.otismo wrote: ↑January 25th, 2020, 9:43 amnot cryptic
THEY "catagolue"/observe the ash when the fire is more important.
One algorithm underlies any Universe ( but probably not in our Mathematics - as we know it ).
They will be amazed to see it derive everything they toil so long and hard to do - effortlessly.
They will think : "I knew that".
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you as Human live in this UniverseHubi1857 wrote: ↑January 25th, 2020, 10:03 amNot cryptic, at all, @otismo, that's correct.otismo wrote: ↑January 25th, 2020, 9:43 amnot cryptic
THEY "catagolue"/observe the ash when the fire is more important.
One algorithm underlies any Universe ( but probably not in our Mathematics - as we know it ).
They will be amazed to see it derive everything they toil so long and hard to do - effortlessly.
They will think : "I knew that".
But here is only one universe for all of us humans to live in.
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I sort of agree with this. You study the ash because it stands still for you, but I have also wondered what you can find in the active parts of soups. See viewtopic.php?f=7&t=3883&p=73552#p72830 I never made any real progress, but I bet there is more order to that seeming chaos than meets the eye.
Kate Bush has nothing to do with CGOL as far as I know, but I'm an occasional fan.And if I only could,
I'd make a deal with God,
And I'd get him to swap our places.