Monday, 3 April 2017

Born to do Math 27 - LSD for 4 Times (Part 3)

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Born to do Math 27 - LSD for 4 Times (Part 3)
Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner
April 3, 2017

[Beginning of recorded material]

Rick Rosner: I’m trying to talk to the janitor and keep my shit together and explain that I must’ve fallen asleep! But he is all lizardy and saying words to me, and I don’t understand them.

[Impression of non-word words by Rick Rosner.]

Scott Douglas Jacobsen: So that can happen. But that implies the information processing. That leads to three things: definite states, computers, and how the universe is not like that as an associative structure as a map of information and how that might imply a new set theory.

RR: I don’t know if it is a new set theory.

SDJ: Adapted.

RR: We’ll have to talk about the different forms of information that the universe might encode or might be incorporated into the universe. And at some point, we might have some yes-no/0-1 situations. For instance, one way that the universe contains information is via the clustering of matter. And much of the clustering of matter, and all of the large-scale clustering of matter is gravitation, but the way that gravitational clustering is locked-in—

Before we were taping, you were talking about a slingshot maneuver. Where you can shoot a satellite at Jupiter or something, and the satellite whips around Jupiter and receives a boosts by moving in a hyperboloid, hyperbolic, trajectory around Jupiter. In a slingshot deal, the satellite is only temporarily close to Jupiter and having its trajectory changed hugely by Jupiter.

[End of recorded material]

Rick Rosner
American Television Writer
Rick Rosner
Scott Douglas Jacobsen
Editor-in-Chief, In-Sight Publishing
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