Santa Cruz, CAUSA
Hometown: Santa Cruz
March 8, 2011
Actually, I find skepticism a bit pessimistic, a bit paranoid. You don't have to expect deception to uncover reality. In place of skepticism, I simply try to incorporate both the observed and the observer in any system I am observing. "I am OZ".
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The human brain doesn't like causality. We live in the map (not the territory). Problem is that it is soooooo hard to tell the difference. The other big problem is that it is hard to accept the fact that maps ARE territory (physical).
The parameters of change. The pressure cuasing change. The direction of change. All from a cuasal perspective of course.
I do thermodynamics-based evolution theory and apply it through the development and general egging-on of self-evolving software. I run a science of evolution and computation meetup: http://www.meetup...