Mark Johnson wrote:
So I want to ask a deeper question: Effective science and effective
decision-making go hand-in-hand. What does an effective society
operating in a highly ambiguous and technologically abundant
environment look like? How does it use its technology for effective
Dear Dr. Zou:
Most interesting.I enclose a recently submitted manuscript for your perusal.
Cordial wishes,Otto E.Rossler
Who can program the Einstein Rocketship?
Otto E. Rossler1 and YaëlKolb1,2
1Faculty of Science,University of Tübingen, Auf der Morgenstelle 8, 72076
On 15/03/18 10:11, Karl Javorszky wrote:
>To me, it does not appear necessary to make a distinction between
“reality” and “data”
That's a defensible position, but it does constrain 'reality' to 'that
which we can perceive'. Which would rule out the reality of things that
we cannot perceive,
thank you for your thoughtful comments on diversity, particularities and
generalities. In my case, setting “reality” equivalent to “data” is one
more little effort on my part to make all things appear enumerable. As you
graciously concede, this is an acceptable perspective.
Dear Alex, Mark and FIS coleagues,
Thanks a lot for your comments and inputs. I am learning a lot from all
of you. From my ignorance computers are logic machines. I am not sure
if intuition could be considered a logical way of thinking, somehow yes
because it is based in our
The era of large-scale or big production of knowledge and small-scale or normal
production of knowledge is about to come.
Author: Zou Xiaohui Time: 2018-03-19 08:57:37
In the age of mobile networks where information and knowledge exponentially
grows, any one of a small