rtorrent and screen.
"Science is corrupted when it abandons the discipline of empirical validation or dis-confirmation. It is also weakened when it mistakes its assumptions for facts and its ready-made philosophy for the way things are."
Thus, the goal of The Singular Universe and The Reality of Time is to take a giant philosophical step back and see if a new and more promising direction can be found. For the two thinkers, such a new direction can be spelled out in three bold claims about the world.
Taken together, these three claims constitute a significant departure from mainstream ideas in physics. But their most important consequence is that nothing, not even the laws of physics, live above time. The universe is time-bound and time-saturated. Thus, there is no eternal reality of perfect mathematical form. Even the laws of physics themselves must be subject to change. That is the most radical of Unger and Smolin's radical ideas.
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I saw a visual studio reference in the summary.
Why do the blind need a GUI? Or a monitor for that matter...
Well three things then.
yuh, BMWs have a separate "P" button. To go backwards you push the shifter forward, not exactly a logical move but it does conform to the standard PRNDL pattern.
Karl's version of Parkinson's Law: Work expands to exceed the time alloted it.