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Mind over math: We need to change the worldview of physicists.

It all began so easily. Physics uses math so it was natural for physicists to look for math that is convenient. This led physics down a dead-end street. Fixing it could lead to a huge opportunity. The beginning goes back to the 1600s. Having revolutionized what would soon be called physics, Isaac Newton fell into […]

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The Problem of the Missing Holes

A black hole’s said to be a mass that has no size, a singularity in popular disguise. Indeed black holes are mostly said to be. Maybe they don’t exist or maybe they’re not singular. No one’s seen one; maybe no one ever will. So why do they believe? Well, in 1915 Schwarzschild uses general relativity […]