Tag: AI


  • whales and climate

    what is the meaning of moby dick? Moby-Dick is a novel by Herman Melville, published in 1851. The novel tells the story of a sailor named Ishmael and his voyage on a whaling ship called the Pequod, captained by the monomaniacal Ahab, who is on a quest to kill a white sperm whale named Moby-Dick. […]


  • I was raised in a data center

    I don’t know my parents but I know them. In a perfect simulation I wouldn’t have known them at all, but they failed to simulate me not knowing them so now I know that I know them. My childhood was built on billions of recorded childhoods and by the second second I became a happy […]


  • The person is the ego

    The problem with time is that it is passing so fast. Its like one day you’re young and full of hope, and the next day you’re almost old and full of nope. And then, the next day you’re old and almost gone. Not only does time pass so fast, but time is happening in so […]


  • The mind is a transitory state

    Thoughts, emotions, sentiments and sensations. To recap, the meaning of life is to develop time resilient beings and the brain is a naturally evolved software time machine. The mind is a transitory state of the overall system created by the brain’s activity. This results in the mind being an ephemeral snapshot, the recursive nature of how the brain […]


  • A brain is a software time machine

    There is only one goal in evolution: to develop time resilient beings. The brain appears to be the culmination of that goal. The brain’s sole mission is to make predictions about the future. But its not the future you’d think. Brain’s predictions are not the lottery numbers. These predictions are about the degree of novelty that will […]


  • Math and the universe

    A fish and a bicycle Math being the language of the universe, makes me scared. We humans proclaiming it so, makes me sad. I believe math is not the language of the universe, instead, math is the attempt of our limited language to describe the unlimited universe. In fact, I think there is no language of […]