### John von Neumann

By Oliver ThewaltCategories: mathematics, politische bildung, game theory

- John von Neumann
- nuclear first strike
- mathematics
- los alamos
- game theory
- princeton
- institute for advanced studies
- ias
- artificial intelligence
- weather control
- nuclear targets
- hiroshima
- nagasaki
- eniac
- projectile optimization
- dr strangelove
- marina von neumann whitman
- b52 bomber
- antisemitism
- soviet union
- budapest
- technocrat

John von Neumann (born as Neumann, János Lajos 28. December 1903, Budapest, died 8 February 1957, Washington D.C) was such a dangerous technocrat, I am shocked, those mathematicians think they need to control the whole Earth...### What is mass in view to energy - The Problem with the conservation of energy on a universal scale

By Oliver ThewaltCategories: theoretical physics, mathematics

The problem with conservation of energy on a universal scale turned out to be a tautology, it depends on the definition, but matter and energy, or in those (gauge) concepts, mass and energy are not well defined concepts, because it is decisive to...### Noether's Theorem in a Nutshell

By Oliver ThewaltCategories: theoretical physics, mathematics

math.ucr.edu - John Baez March 12, 2002 Noether's theorem is an amazing result which lets physicists get conserved quantities from symmetries of the laws of nature. Time translation symmetry gives conservation of energy; space translation symmetry gives...### Fractal N-Body N-Shaped Sphere at 0 to N-String Horizons

By Oliver ThewaltCategories: theoretical physics, black hole, mathematics

The Poincaré conjecture has some prerequisite assertions, like that there is a "surface" (yes, in surface physics there is the mystery, but the main point like in Quantum Biology is not the surface itself, but the bonding and folding (in...### Strange Numbers Found in Particle Collisions

By Oliver ThewaltCategories: theoretical physics, mathematics, nuclear physics

www.quantamagazine.org - An unexpected connection has emerged between the results of physics experiments and an important, seemingly unrelated set of numbers in pure mathematics.### Swirl Function

By Oliver ThewaltCategories: theoretical physics, higgs-field, mathematics