Posts Tagged ‘science education’
 
 
 
abnormal psych
 
cool runnings 57  main pix
cool runnings 57  main pix
cool runnings 57  main pix

Quora, when you just have to have intelligent responses

              https://www.quora.com/ You are obsessed with a question. Your sleep is interrupted. When you are sleeping, you dream about the question. You have discussed it with all the usual ...
 
brain science
 
cool runnings 56 nain pix edit,
cool runnings 56 nain pix edit,
cool runnings 56 nain pix edit,

Introduction to quantum entanglement

              The Leonard Susskind Lectures http://theoreticalminimum.com/ Why? Why in God’s universe do we need to consider quantum entanglement? Four reasons: 1. As a physical phenomenon, ...
 
artificial intelligence
 
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cool runnings 54  preferred pix
cool runnings 54  preferred pix

Golly GOL wizard and The Game of Life

http://golly.sourceforge.net/ The Game Of Life (not the board game by Hasbro/Funskool!) is a mathematical ‘zero-player game’ – the player can’t intervene after the game has started. Technically, it’...

 
artificial intelligence
 
Cool Runnings 54  main pix
Cool Runnings 54  main pix
Cool Runnings 54  main pix

an eelnet made by man for the eel fighting: An introduction to network theory and practice

  The title of this entry contains the penultimate line in a poem by Robert Lowell entitled Dolphin. The net that binds the confessional poet has many strands: the iron-clad spoils of his pitiless memory, the effervescence...
 
computational neuroscience
 
COOL RUNNINGS is 1 year old!
COOL RUNNINGS is 1 year old!
COOL RUNNINGS is 1 year old!

Using tetration for recursion: more movement for brain science

                          The problem of conceptualizing movement is one of the oldest human problems. Conceptual models are first static, and only grudgingly ach...
 
brain experiments
 
Cool Runnings 51 preferred
Cool Runnings 51 preferred
Cool Runnings 51 preferred

Good ol’ RasMol: Molecular modeling for the masses

                  Chemical effects on the brain are both fascinating and necessary for survival. Endogenous neuromodulators and neurotransmitters and their receptors are switches whi...

 
brain experiments
 
cool runnings 47 bayes
cool runnings 47 bayes
cool runnings 47 bayes

What chance do we have of understanding your thought, Reverend Bayes?

    http://yudkowsky.net/rational/bayes From the site:    While there are a few existing online explanations of Bayes’ Theorem, my experience with trying to introduce people to Bayesian reasoning is that the e...
 
brain experiments
 
cool runnings 45 dying-to-be-thin
cool runnings 45 dying-to-be-thin
cool runnings 45 dying-to-be-thin

NOVA beta

Please put away your books and notes, it’s time for a quiz. Circle the answer below which best represents the date of the first computer. 1822  CE 70  BCE 1206  CE 1941  CE 2700  BCE Depending on your perspective, and wh...
 
Cool Runnings
 
Cool Runnings 43 confucius
Cool Runnings 43 confucius
Cool Runnings 43 confucius

From Nand to Tetris in 12 Steps

. As Cool Runnings moves into its tenth month of operation, we have become clearer about the forces that are shaping it. We began wanting to ferret out neuroscience websites that were interesting, interactive and gems of pedago...

 
altered states
 
cool runnings 41 peter hankin
cool runnings 41 peter hankin
cool runnings 41 peter hankin

If the conscious self is an illusion – who is it that’s being fooled?

This weblog – http://www.consciousentities.com/ – authored by Peter Hankins started as an attempt to quickly dispense with the problems that others were having with consciousness – a few pithy, essays, world enlig...