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This is not a carrot: Paraconsistent mathematics
Paraconsistent mathematics is a type of mathematics in which contradictions may be true. In such a system it is perfectly possible for a statement
and its negation
to both be true. How can this be, and be coherent? What does it all mean?
Alan Turing: ahead of his time
Alan Turing is the father of computer science and contributed significantly to the WW2 effort, but his life came to a tragic end.
explores his story.
What computers can't do
looks at the life and work of wartime code-breaker Alan Turing. Find out what types of numbers we
count and why there are limits on what can be achieved with Turing machines.
What is infinity?
Take a trip into the never-ending.
Can you measure information?
Can you measure information? It's a tricky question — but people have tried and come up with very...
Information about information
What is information and how does it shape our reality?
Folding a piece of paper in half might be easy, but what about into thirds, fifths, or thirteenths? Here is...
Monsters, moonshine and shadows
Not just the ingredients for a fairy tale...
The philosophy of cosmology
Can philosophy help explain our Universe?
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