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Comment: Re:Say what? (Score 0) 199

by louzer (#46667043) Attached to: P vs. NP Problem Linked To the Quantum Nature of the Universe

The full quote by Augustin-Jean Fresnel is:

“Nature is not embarrassed by difficulties of analysis. She avoids complication only in means. Nature seems to be proposed to do much with little: it is a principle that the development of physics constantly supports by new evidence.”

Quantum physicists maintain, that quantum mechanics is not an emergent property of an underlying reality. They do believe that reality magically finds solutions to hard problems in quantum mechanics.

I don't agree with them. But I am just a random neckbeard on the Internet who likes Bohmian mechanics, which allows for such a underlying reality, the statistical properties of which is what QM describes. For critics who say Bohmian mechanics can't be relativistic, yes it can. For critics who say Bohmian mechanics needs non-locality, non-locality happens anyway in experiments no matter what theory you use to describe it. The real reason why Bohmian mechanics was abandoned was because Bohm and his predecessors were accused of commies. And the western establishment didn't like their ideas.

Navier-Stokes equation has an underlying reality, the emergent properties of which it is trying to explain - it is the fluid particles, which interact with each other using simple laws.

Comment: Re:Science (Score 1) 364

When history of these times are written scientists of quantum mechanics today would be considered like the scientists of planetary epicycles and scientists of Descartian physics.. There will be a simpler causal interpretation of the evidence which supports quantum mechanics without all the magic: De Broglie–Bohm theory.

Comment: Re:Quick, calculate me another way to profit. (Score 0) 600

by louzer (#42092219) Attached to: Bitcoin Mining Reward About To Halve
Buddha said human needs are unlimited. Unfortunately human ability is limited. Therefore from each according to his ability to each according to his need is a surefire way to bankruptcy.

I wait for the day when government subsidized sex robots will be claimed as an essential human need. After all isn't it true that sex is a basic human need for human well being?

Comment: Future (Score 0) 190

by louzer (#41641469) Attached to: U.S. Defense Secretary Warns of a Possible 'Cyber-Pearl Harbor'
Great Britain and Rome did not go away because other countries attacked it. Great Britain and Rome weren't gone in a day.
The only thing the USA needs to fear is civil war this century after people around the world stop USD. After that California will lead the secession from the union because it is the 8th largest economy in the world. It cannot afford to pay for the rest of the USA.
Currently the world uses USD and suffers its devaluation because the world wishes to outsource war to the USA. This is the reason why QE(n) doesn't cause hyperinflation.

Comment: This plan will not be tried because (Score 0) 407

by louzer (#40708029) Attached to: Plan to Slow Global Warming By Dumping Iron Sulphate into Oceans

I'd like to make a prediction: This plan will not be tried.

This is because the premises of environmentalism are:

  1. Human Beings are evil because they exist. a.k.a Original Sin
  2. The ideal is the natural. And the natural is everything except the human being

The second premise leads to the conclusion, that all human manipulations of reality is evil. And adding iron sulphate to the oceans is very manipulative. The only plans against global warming that will tried are those plans which limit human manipulation of world to suit his existence and happiness. All kinds of restrictions and obligations which limit human well being will be implemented. And we will be asked to accept the sacrifices for the ideal: i.e. a world were we do not exist. A more anti-human philosophy cannot be imagined.

Comment: Fallacies (Score 1) 467

by louzer (#39683247) Attached to: Magical Thinking Is Good For You
It is natural therefore it is good is the naturalistic fallacy.

Saying something is unavoidable and immoral is a contradiction. That which is outside the province of choice is in the province of morality.

Rationality is not automatic. You need to will it. Rationality is not necessary. The default state of the mind is fatalistic. But the default is not the good in this case, because reason is our tool for survival. We must use reason if we must survive.

Of course you can't flap your arms and fly to the moon. After a while you'd run out of air to push against.

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