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Jacmus Weekly Recap: 26th Feb – March 7th, 2013

I hope everyone has had a good week.  Statistically speaking my hopes are in vain.  Many of you reading this probably didn’t have a good week, or at least if you did, it was interrupted by a Monday. Then again whether your week was good or bad is a matter of perception.  None of you … Continue reading Jacmus Weekly Recap: 26th Feb – March 7th, 2013

Cosmological Natural Selection: Black Holes As A Vehicle Of Cosmic Evolution?

Lee Smolin is an astrophysicist who studied string theory and moved on to explore other avenues, such as loop quantum gravity, of reaching a unified field theory.  A unifying field theory is the holy grail of physics.  It’s where the theory of relativity and quantum mechanics no longer conflicts and the mathematics perfectly intertwine. Thus … Continue reading Cosmological Natural Selection: Black Holes As A Vehicle Of Cosmic Evolution?