Monday, 1 May 2017

Born to do Math 55 - Metaprimes (Part 21)

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Born to do Math 55 - Metaprimes (Part 21)
Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner
May 1, 2017

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Rick Rosner: Another thing you can do by correlating variables that by combining variables that are strongly correlated with one another. There is as it turns out a strong correlated between parental income and SAT scores. Alright, so, how about a correlation between grade point using AP scores – giving a bonus point for taking AP classes – and grade point not taking AP classes? Those are probably correlated.

So you throw out AP grade point, no AP grade point. You take the two highly correlated variables and then combine them. In a universe, in an IC universe, some variables should be highly correlated. If we’re looking at protons as representing some kind of variable, highly correlated variables should be spatially proximate. They should be close together. If they are super close together, then they pretty much act as one thing in the information space.

They should be locked together, say in a nucleus – or at least in a molecule. A molecule is a looser aggregation of protons, neutrons and electrons than a nucleus is, but they both represent a locking together. If we’re right about matter representing information in variables, then it is a locking together of correlated variables. 

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