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"hilbert" Discussed on Social Media & Politics

Social Media & Politics

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Social Media & Politics

"Is this thought yours has been implemented by me by social media blog has it been implemented an emotionally Around it and can you be sure that it's yours right internet but now we can proceed but that's kind of like the attitude is well that i think that needs to be a south reflection on our own thoughts and emotions in order to you know. Stop this interaction between us in the algorithms. They has been The author viktor. Frankl is a holocaust survivor. Important for me as a german and he has his famous quote value says no between stimulus and response there is a space and in that space is our power to choose our response in our response. Lies our growth in freedom and these items. They basically what they do is they eliminate the space between stimulus and response right. So it's kind of like like every episode addiction to thinking and that's where they doggone and that's where we don't have this freedom anymore to choose our response. That's why they called perseverance if technology that's what nudging does and that's what all these monday populations do right so what. These kinds of practices dangerous practices stew is like. Well get to know your thoughts and just because he has stimulated doesn't mean you need to respond and how in controlled occur in humans and going back to your questions. Yes i do think that especially young minds are not prepared for that. And that's something we have to look into on on wenham kind is actually prepared to deal with these very strong demand. Stimulus response connections these algorithms put onto us. And that's something in technology evolution that you just have to figure out. I mean it took us some time to figure out that. Don't allow a fourteen year old to drive a semi truck but we don't. There's some technologies that adjust not done for certain ages right and so the question is should it be allowed. That young kids go on social media. And what's the right age when mind prepared to deal with these digital mind extensions and when do they under start to understand. What is the borderline between their own. Mind their own emotions and what's been triggered on them and how can be developed that. And that's i think a very important part of this talk that that we have to rogue on and put most of my current research interests into right now Yeah it's interesting this. This lack of space between stimulus and response reminds me of Sore and cured regards Conception of the self in critical reflection as that which makes us human. But that's probably a topic for another podcast. So professor hilbert thanks so much for taking the time out and share your research with us. Thank you so much and any other questions feel free. My of course my digital footprint is readily available over the internet and mike. Thanks much pra continuing. These conversation uphold them. Because i think that's one of the most important aspect of solving that that you know we we collectively talk about these things so thank you so much for doing this. Podcast and talking about these issues because these problems that will stay with us for decades and these are really deeply Complex problems that don't have as easy solution and one single solution so we need everybody to join join and health. Wasn't that together. I've just been speaking with. Martin hilbert professor of communication at uc davis..

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"hilbert" Discussed on Social Media & Politics

Social Media & Politics

04:31 min | 2 months ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Social Media & Politics

"All right. Y'all thanks much for tuning in in this episode or going to take a bit of a different approach towards the academic study of communication by looking into information theory which is a mathematical approach to communication that studies the qualification storage and communication of information. So before we get into that we can think about how scholars tend to study political communication for example which we often talk about on this podcast where we might look at okay. What are the strategies of politicians How do they use social media. And what effects does that. Communication have on voters. So that's kind of one way to look communication. Then there is the more mathematical side which again tries to quantify the amount of information that's passed through a medium so there we get heavily into statistics which i'll admit is not my strong suit but we can think about if we can quantify information. We can learn how to compress it. And that's exactly what information theory has led to technology behind zip drives and pudding. Bits of information onto a compact disk comes out of this mathematical study of communication. And so we wanna study algorithms. This is quite a natural approach because we can quantify the amount of information that's passed from human to machine and then back from machine to user and so my guest today is professor martin hilbert. He's professor of communication at the university of california davis and he's done a lot of work applying information theory to studies of the digitalization of society and more recently a algorithm vacation and qualifying. The amount of sion's that go from humans to machines and back from machines to users and whether that leads to political polarization so we're going to dive into those studies and talk about information theory more. Broadly and i think it's important to note. We use the word. Entropy allot an entropy is essentially how communication is measured in information theory so entropy is roughly equivalent to the level of uncertainty the higher uncertainty. You have less information you have and so if you think back to your statistics class where you have to predict the probability that the card you draw in a deck of fifty two cards would be jack of spades. The uncertainty there is higher so it has higher entropy than a coin flip..

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Reggae pioneer Toots Hibbert dead at age 77

On the Media

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Reggae pioneer Toots Hibbert dead at age 77

"Toots Hilbert has died. Sibert was a frontman for the reggae band Toots and the maid Halls. Who's 54 46. That was my number was one of the first reggae songs to receive widespread attention outside Jamaica. The song is said to describe Hibbert's time. In prison on a marijuana charge to timbered with 77. His family announced his death last night but did not give because the BBC says he was taken to a hospital in Kingston recently was symptoms resembling covert 19. This is NPR news.

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Which is cooler, zero or infinity?

Tai Asks Why

09:22 min | 8 months ago

Which is cooler, zero or infinity?

"Zero and infinity. They're both kind of just like the. Ultimate mind boggling what happens if I pit their cruel nece against each other, which was more important more expensive. The mind blow up factor best and kind of only people that I would really talk about it would be none other than mathematician. Hi Do I have both of you you have me. Hi. Okay so on the phone right now, I was able to call up James Grind and Eugenie Chin. There are both super awesome math people who do a lot of thinking about the importance of these numbers I give lots of talks around the world and people might see me on Youtube Channel could number file. Now Eugenia is the scientist in residence. At the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, which is pretty cool and I've written several books and the second one was cooled beyond infinity. I have that book actually. Oh, I'm so glad to hear this is the crazy super debate about coolness of zero versus infinity. James. Can explain to me what zero even is as a mathematical concept. Okay so on one hand zero is a number. As, like the other numbers one, two, three, four, five, two, nine. Zero Times one is zero. Zero. Times two is zero but also that means that it just come. You come sit out Zeros. I'm have one goes to well no, we can't. So we do have to treat zero slightly differently from the other numbers. It's a number that represents nothing. Both of them of an abstract ideas in ways, but that's what matters about. Mathis about going to the abstract to solve problems. Because like even if we just have the drawing of the number one that doesn't mean, it's one that's our interpretation are symbol to represent the concept you could point out one sheep, one, cow, one coin but one of those things have in common is this idea of oneness that they have in common, which is not something you can point at, but is something they all share? When you try and teach small child how to count You keep showing them objects in going one, two, three, one, two three but they have to make a leap inside their head from the objects in front of them to this concept of as James says one nurse. And you can't do it for them. You can't point that's it. You can't see you can't touch it. You can't feel it. You can't eat it and so you just have to do it in your head. It's weird because it's it's there. But at the same time, it's not there. That's how I think of maths. It's kind of it's definitely there in my head, but it's also not fair because it's just in my head the shame applies to zero you can't really point at. Zero is the harder idea. It's harder than one, two, three, one sheep and one cow have something in common but zero sheep zero cows almost have more in common somehow at least to me, it's much easier to get zero sheep and zero cows. I've got them right in front of me. Now what about infinity? You can't go up to your kid like look this is one cow this is no cows. This is everything. Infinite. Yeah. Unfortunately, we don't even have infinite cows on the entire planet so we couldn't even try to assemble infinite cows and it's so it's really something that happens inside your brain but something that you can show to any child and they've probably understood it themselves is that if you eat half of your chocolate cake, then you have Hof left and then if you eat half of what's left, then still some left and if you eat half of what's left there, still some left. If you keep eating Hof of your remaining chocolate cake, you can take an infinite number of bites of chocolate cake and there will still be some left. I have the best producers in the world and they actually brought me a cake God this. Oh, awesome on the traffic cut infinitely and see if it goes to zero. Okay. Here we go. So I'm cutting the cake. Eaten at times? Dom. Yep. We'll just keep eating whenever you. Half again, make the third. Sky The sixteenth. Through I could keep calling it forever and ever and ever ever. Ever ever. Anyway. Back to the question at hand. Is a lot less flashier than infinity is something. That, you would use in everyday life actually came from merchants and traders and accountant rather then they sort of intellectuals studying Matt's but then again, infinity turns out to be practical as well, and it also turns out to be everywhere through the field of calculus, which is a piece of mathematics that really governs everything that changes continuously I'm that means practically. Everything in the modern world including things like well `electricity and that's how infinity can be thought of as very practical as well as having mind-bending and weird properties way you can play around and create strange pistes and strange universes in which peculiar and amazing things happen. Yeah. Infinity is the one that's the strangest I mean strange paradoxes the I can't understand. One. Example of those paradoxes that cake conundrum which explained in the cake break and another one is Hilbert's hotel. That was proposed by the mathematician Hilbert's where he said let's imagine we have a hotel with an infinite number of rooms. Now Hubert's hotels confusing for bear with me. matchy of a really big hotel. Now, this hotel infinite roofs. and. Let's say that one man walks in one night and says, Hey, on the book room, you know you can't send him. To the infant floor that doesn't really seem fair. You know because you still have to walk all that way. So. You sent him to room one and send the person on route one term deal. Then send the person on route to to room three and keep going. So instead of this one guy after travel. So incredibly infinitely far everyone just travels wants. which works out such a small number, but it eventually converges into infinity. And that's quite odd because in a normal finite hotel. If it's full, you can't just fit in other guests dune without asking them to share room which they probably wouldn't want to do. Yes my head hurts. We're all getting clever. Now, James, what do you think of what you genius saying and why do you think Zeros Cooler Think, we're going to find that these two ideas are going to be very connected because they are related ideas. One being nothing won't being everything, but without zero, you wouldn't have any of modern mathematics today the reason zero. So important is because without it you wouldn't have a place value system. So in the old times when you wanted to count thirteen sheep or something like that, you would have to make a mark for each sheep. So you have make thirteen marks you can count them what the Egyptians and the Babylonians did is they started using news to represent lodging numbers. So now if you want to count thirteen, you can just use. A one and a three. So now you need zero in here because what is the difference between thirty two and three hundred to? Well, you need that space in the middle in the old times that would be actually a space. It was any later that zero recognized as a number. But with place value system, you can do the whole of mathematics today. Oh Man. If it wasn't for the concept of the numbers zero, we would still have to use the talents just be no the one where it's like one, two, three, four, and then five is the horizontal line. That won't be pretty bad. It's like that boat will cost thirteen, thousand dollars one, two, three, four, I agree with James Zero is really important and possibly even more important than infinity because more maths depends on zero. Really. But just because something's important I personally don't necessarily think it's cool. There are plenty of things in life that are really important without being cool to me at all like, for example, sleep which I find pretty boring but I recognize that it's very, very important.

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The Superposition Principle

The Portal

10:53 min | 11 months ago

The Superposition Principle

"Hi It's Eric with some thoughts for this week's audio say on the topic of Super Position. Now to those of you in the know. Superposition is an odd word in that it is the scientific concept we reach for when trying to describe the paradox of Schroeder's cat in the theory and philosophy of quantum measurement. We don't yet know how to say that. The cat is both dead and alive at the same time. Rigorously so we fudge whatever is going on with this unfortunate feline and say that the cat and the quantum system which it's life depends are a mixture of two distinct states that are somehow co-mingled in a way that has defied a satisfying explanation for about a century. Now I'm usually loath to appeal to such quantum concepts in everyday life as there is a veritable industry of people making bad quantum analogies for example whenever you have a non quantum system that is altered by its observation that really has nothing to do with the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Jane Goodall Chimpanzees are almost certainly altered in their behavior due to her presence. But there is likely no competent. Quantum theorist who would analogize chimps two electrons and goodall to her mission observable executing a quantum observation. Heisenberg adds nothing other than physics. Envy to the discussion of an entirely classical situation. Such as this whoever I have changed my mind in the case of superposition if I would like to explain to begin with superposition isn't a quantum phenomena for example. Imagine that you'd come from Europe to Australia. And that you had both euros and Swiss francs in your pockets. You might then be said to be in a super position because you have pocket change in both euros and francs rather than a pure state of only one currency or the other the analog of a physical observable in this situation would be something like a multiple choice question found on the landing card about the contents of your pockets. Here it is easy to see the danger of the setup assuming you have three times as much value in euros as you do in francs what happens when you get a question. That doesn't include your situation as an answer. What if the landing card asked is all of your change in a euros or be Swiss francs with no other options available? Well this as stated is a completely classical superposition problem having nothing to do with quantum theory. We're you to have such classical question asked of you like this. There would have been no way for you to answer however if the answer. We're on the multiple choice menu. There would be no problem at all and you would give a clear answer determined by the state of your pockets so if the state in question isn't on the multiple choice menu. The classical world is forced to go. Mute is there is no answer determined by the system whereas if it is found on the list of allowable choices the answers then completely determined by the system state at the time that the question was asked. Oddly the quantum world is in a way exactly as deterministic as the classical one just described despite what you may have heard to the contrary in order to understand this. We'll have to introduce a bit of jargon so long as the system now called the Hilbert Space State is on the list of answers technically called the system of eigen vectors corresponding to the question now called a quantum observable the question will return a completely deterministic answer technically called the eigen value corresponding to the State. Iconductor. These are in a sense. Good questions in quantum theory because the answer corresponding to the state of the system actually appears as one of the multiple choice options so if that is completely deterministic while then what happened to the famous quantum probability theory and the indeterminately that we hear so much about what I told you that it. We're one hundred percent confined to the situation. Which classical theory couldn't handle either? That is quantum probability theory only becomes relevant when you ask bad quantum questions where the state of the system isn't on the list of multiple choice answers when the landing card asked if all your changed completely in euros or only francs. The classical system couldn't answer because three times the value of your Swiss francs were held in Euros. So no answer could be determined but if your pocket change were somehow quantum while then you might find that seventy five percent of the time your pocket coins would bizarrely turn into pure euros and would be wilder only turn into pure francs twenty five percent of the time just by virtue of your being asked for measurement by the landing cart in the quantum theory. This is due to the multiple choice. Answers of the so-called observable represented by the landing card question not being well suited to the mix state of your pockets in a super position between euros and francs in other words quantum theory gets probabilistic. Only where classical theory went mute. All of the indeterminately appears to come from asking bad multiple choice questions in both the classical an quantum regimes in which the state of the system doesn't fit any given answer quite honestly. I've never heard a physicist rework the issue of quantum probabilities in just this way so as to highlight that the probabilistic weirdness comes only from the quantum being overly solicitous in accommodating really bad questions for some reason. They don't like the idea of Kalyan observable that doesn't have the state of the system as an allowable answer a bad question but that is precisely why I do like it points out that the quantum is deterministic. Where the classical theory is deterministic and only probabilistic where the classical theory is mute. This is because it is really willing to answer questions that are in a sense that can be made precise bad questions to begin with. That doesn't get rid of the mystery but it recasts it so it doesn't sound quite so weird. The new question is why would a quantum system over compensate for the lousy questions being posed when the classical system seems to know not to answer? So why bring any of this up well? The first reasons that I couldn't resist sneaking personal reformulation of the quantum measurement problem that most people will have never considered but the second reason is that I've come to believe that we are wasting our political lives unjust such superposition questions for example. Let's see if we can solve the abortion debate problem right now in this podcast using superposition as it is much easier than the abortion problem itself. The abortion debate problem is that everyone agrees that before fertilization. There's no human life to worry about. And that after a baby is born. There is no question that it has a right to live yet. Pro Choice and pro life. Activists insist on telling us that the developing embryo is either a mere bundle of cells suddenly becoming a life only when born or a full-fledged baby the moment the sperm enters the egg you can guess my answer here. The question of is it. A baby's life or a woman's choice is agreed upon by everyone before fertilization or following birth because the observable in question has the system as one of the two multiple choice answers in those two cases however during the process of embryonic development something miraculous is taking place that we simply don't understand scientifically somehow a nonsense blast ula becomes a baby by a process utterly opaque to science which has yet has no mature theory of consciousness. The system in Utero isn't changing and progressing superposition tilted heavily towards not being a baby at the beginning and tilted towards being one at the end of the pregnancy. But the problem here is that we have allowed the activists rather than the umbrella gist and developmental biologist to hand us the life versus choice observable with it's too terrible multiple choice options if we'd let the embryologist set the multiple choice question there would be at least twenty three carnegie stages for the embryo before you even get to fetal development but instead of going forward from what we both know and don't know with high confidence about the system. We are instead permanently. Deranged by being stuck with Schrodinger embryo by the activists who insist on working backwards from their political objectives. So does the somehow solve the abortion issue? Of course not all it does is get us to see how ridiculously transparent we are in our politics that would allow our society to be led by those activists. Who would shoehorn the central scientific miracle of human development into a nutty political binary of convenience? We don't even think to ask. Who are these people who've left us? At each other's throats debating an inappropriate multiple choice question that can never be answered well in the spirit of the portal we are always looking for a way out of our perennial problems to try to find an exit and I think that the technique here of teaching oneself to spot superposition problems in stalemated political systems brings a great deal of relief to those of us who find the perspective of naive activism fairly impoverished worldview the activist mindset is always trying to remove nuance elections. That might better match our world's needs from among the multiple choice answers until it finds a comical binary. Do you support the war on drugs? Yes or no. Are you for or against immigration? Should men and women be treated? Equally should embrace capitalism or chew socialism racism systemic problem or convenient. Excuse is China trading partner or a strategic rival has technology stagnated or. Is it in fact racing ahead at breakneck speed. Has Feminism gone too far or not far enough? In all of these cases there's an entire industry built around writing articles that involve replacing conversations that might progress towards answers in agreement with simple multiple choice. Political options that foreclose all hope in general we can surmise when this occurred because activism generally leaves a distinct signature where the true state of a system is best represented as a superposition of the last two remaining choices that bitterly divided us. Handed us by activists so I will leave you with the following thought. The principle of superposition is not limited to quantum weirdness and it may be governing your life at a level. You have never considered think about where you were. Most divided from your loved ones politically. Then ask yourself when I listened to the debates at my dinner table. Am I hearing set of multiple choice answers that sound like? They were developed by scholars interested in understanding or by activists who are pushing for an outcome if the ladder thing about whether you couldn't make more progress with those you love by recognizing that the truth is usually in some kind of a superposition of the last remaining answers pushed by the activists. But you don't have to accept these middle brow binary dilemmas and try llamas instead. Trask a new question if my loved ones and I trust the terms of debate foisted upon us by strangers activists in the news media. Could we together fashionable list of multiple choice answers that we might agree? Contain an answer. We all could live with and that better describes the true state of the system. I mean do you really want open or closed borders? Do you really WanNa talk about Scylla Simon in heroin in the same breath. Do you really want to claim that there is no systemic oppression or that governs every aspect of our lives before long. It is my hope that you will develop an intuition. That many long running stalemated discussions are really about having our lives shoehorned by others into inappropriate binary that can only represent. The state of our world is a superposition of inappropriate and simplistic answers. That you never would have chosen for

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Low Country Showdown: Belgium vs. The Netherlands

Travel with Rick Steves

07:19 min | 1 year ago

Low Country Showdown: Belgium vs. The Netherlands

"Days in Europe you hardly know when you've crossed the border but when you get to know each region it's clear. Cultural differences are as distinct and strong. As ever. You're it's fascinating that even as your continues to unite. The differences between the various regions remained so strong the historic nucleus of the European Union. Nyon was a trio of little countries known as Benelux Belgium the Netherlands and Luxembourg and it's very small area. It's fascinating in its complexity lexi. We're joined in the studio by a guide from Belgium and another from the Netherlands to explore the cultural differences between their two countries. Allen Yanji is guide in the Netherlands and Hilbert buys is from Brussels where he teaches at the European School of Communication. He teaches history and politics. And he works as a tour guide. Hilburn Hilburn and Ellen. Thanks for joining us now. Ellen you live in the Netherlands and you work as a guide in Amsterdam. What's your family's history are are you like? Have you been the Dutch forever or what yes. I've been Dutch forever but my grandfather was a German so they came over from Germany to the Netherlands and they settled in brabant. John's which is the south of the Netherlands. And it's a province that was divided when the two nations of the Netherlands and Belgium were created. Rob You have. Yes so so. You have north brabant. which is part of the Netherlands and you have south but album which is in Belgium and so you ended up in the Netherlands? Yes yes that. A blessing or a curse Both we'll talk more about that in just a minute. And he'll bring you Belgium your home. And how did you end up there because you sound like you have an American accent to me well yes. My parents are of Dutch extraction in fact but with NATO We ended up in in bracelets right. Grew up and have have managed to stay so you are European. If you're living in Belgium the Edison near you the cut up there and all the EU excitement. Now when you think about the low countries country's once it was all the same wasn't it The low countries the Spanish Netherlands. The Spanish Netherlands were separate from the Dutch republic but before the Spanish Netherlands became Spanish. Yeah we were all part of the Holy Roman Empire and then what happened because to me. It's kind of a cultural divide between Belgium and Holland today. You've got french-speaking speaking while loons and you've got Germanic speaking Dutch you've got Catholics and Protestants. You've got south facing German facing. Is that a cultural. Divide of some sort ellen. It is the language barrier has been there for a thousand years. It's not a part of Belgium. Belgium created as a nation in eighteen. Thirty it was was not that then. The language barrier started to exist is was already there long before tectonic plates coming together right here from Roman Roman speaking tribes heading east and Germanic speaking tribes heading west and so they joined up so you had these language barrier from Roman speaking and Germanic Manic speaking which is more or less where today's language barrier is in Belgium. So we're kind of talking about between the Netherlands and Belgium but also within Belgium. We've got this split with the north being more culturally and linguistically tied with the Netherlands in the south being more connected with France yes because of the language and of course because his French has always been the dominant language throughout the Middle Ages. When you had people who wanted to be anything in life had to be able to speak French and later on it it stayed the dominant language in the industrial era and Flemish was the local dialect so If the man comes into fix your door he's going to speak Flemish but if the the guy who runs the city the unknowns the bank. He's going to speak French. Yeah he'll burn if you WANNA have historically in the in Belgium has set the case if you want your kid to be made to meet a very important person. They should speak French. That isn't true today. No nineteenth century historically Boulogne. Yes polk were loon. The elite of the nation spoke French French because they were of nobility French has have replaced Latin as the dominant language in much of Europe travel. With Rick Steves. We're talking about the cultural differences between the people in Belgium Belgium and the people in the Netherlands. We're joined by Ellen. Yeah I'm saying from the Netherlands and Hilburn buys from Belgium when we think about we've been talking about or the origins of these countries. But we have this situation today where we've got a the Netherlands which is Dutch. Speaking in the northern half of Belgium which is Flanders Flanders. Right Phlegm is that is that the same language. The language is formerly the same in Belgium. When you go to school you go to a class called Dach- the way that in America when you go to school you don't learn American when no one you go to English when no one was called Nederlands? It's called Nigel why don't they just call it Flemish. Just because it's the vendors we share the lexicon. We share the dictionary if you read the dictionary which is produced for the Netherlands and Belgium collectively the only thing. You'll see his annotations in. The definition conditions will see used regionally or applied in Belgium this way and in the Netherlands Hall that way so what are the Flemish speaking people. The Netherlandish speaking people of Belgium. I'm well how do they relate to the to the Dutch. What is the cliches? What are the jokes saw? Well at the well at the Belgian. Talk here for a minute I okay. I'll preface this by saying I studied in the Netherlands Dutch origin. I really don't have to side with any of this. I have a nice anecdote with two friends who met one was Belgian. Elgin and one of them was touched in the Belgian tells the Dutch when he says do you know upon northern border. That's the end of culture to which the Dutchman responded yes that's true but on our our southern border that's the end of intelligence who we go and Ellen. What about you from the Netherlands How did the Dutch the think of the Belgians? Then what's a joke or a little insight into the cultural differences. Well there are many things that we like. And let's say on the plus side. We love the Belgian sense of Huma among which is kind of surreal. Sometimes we don't even understand it. They definitely have a different sense of humor than the Dutch have. And we sort of admire that because it's subjects are very frank and very straightforward very matter of fact. Yes I've got a Dutchman say I've been with him and he says you know it's it's exhausting I to carry on a conversation. Let's just not talk with each other and not be stressed out about it right so the to me. That was so Dutch a Belgian might be a little more no Belgians and more they like to keep themselves to themselves on more modest and you can experience this when you travel there for instance. You're in American and you're in Belgium and you want to ask something I think it's always polite to us. Do Speak English. When you're in Flanders they will say oh I don't know yes maybe a little bit and then you start a conversation and and you find out that the perfectly perfect well with England when you go to the Netherlands and you ask their Excuse me do you speak English. They so yeah. Of course. That's right so there. You have the difference. Like Belgians are more. Yeah more modest landed dot Chamo- assertive assertive described as self effacing using the Belgians are okay. That's that it's very. It's very nice. Also that in Belgium rules are a little bit less importance. Well it's it's more dramatic in the north breath.

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"hilbert" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on WDRC

"Hilbert. According to the US department of agriculture, the newly recalled meet fell under the inspection number ES, T two six seven, and thus far has sickened two hundred forty six people with salmonella people who still have meat from that shipment are being told to throw it away. People are also being warned in any case to properly handle and cooked meat to avoid illness. Grenell, Scott, Fox News, which is medical examiner's. Office says former state Senator Brian Joyce died from an overdose of medication commonly used to treat insomnia medical examiner's office said the fifty six year old died of acute Pinto. Barbara tall intoxication, but they were unable to determine the manner of death several sports figures among those to honor President, George Hw boy, of course, Hale Irwin and Fred Couples were among several athletes in the capitol rotunda on Tuesday to pay their respects to President George. Herbert Walker Bush as he lay in state like the President Nicolas Irwin and couples are all. Esteemed members of the world golf hall of fame. All three men having hit the links with Mr Bush, also in attendance, tennis legend, Chris Evert, college basketball coaches, Mike chef skiing. Jim Calhoun football. Great Peyton Manning and CBS commentator, Jim Nance, President Bush's memorial in the rotunda remains open to the public through Wednesday morning. Matt Napolitano, Fox News, Kevin Hart will those twenty nine thousand nine Academy Awards announcing his selection in an Instagram post, the academy of Motion Picture Arts and scientists followed up with a tweet their welcomed him to the family. The announcement came hours after the Hollywood reporter posted a story calling the Oscars host position the least want a job in.

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"hilbert" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Of experimentation at innovation. Renan is colleague David Hilbert has now have now Zilder have released a book that sheds light on their clever approach to cooking is called the Noma guys to fermentation among equals, Marcus hippie, spoke to the authors little earlier culture that spans the world, and in some places, it's very active and alive and incredibly sophisticated a place to note is Japan with measles. And sources are just mind boggling. And we started to learn from that and slowly. But surely became that thing that gave no mites flavor. But nobody could see what is it about firms? You like so much what other benefits of using them? Like, building blocks. It's like when you build a house you need foundation foundation. Everything's gonna crumble. And so the foundation in cooking is all the ferments that we have so way for the listener to somehow maybe understand a bit better. What from -tations can do for you cooking is when you have sushi that's an easy one. We all have it. And it's okay. But as soon as you dip it in your soya sauce, so the chef puts soya sauce. That's when the extra magic happens. And that's will we do. That's why we do it to bring that extra little thing. We many many hundreds of things, but we'd probably have a good hundred different potions liquids pastes that we use throughout our cooking all of them different all of them quite unique. And they all at that little extra things, and you can see it most of the time probably won't be able to taste it unless it's. Not their convenience to have something like that that brings more taste of the food in a way it makes cooking easier. Absolutely. Sometimes that we have some of the most simplest things that we serve people like, you know, that's very simple. But in reality, the might be seven drops of four different things on that took six months each and five years to develop and you know, through that hardship of work, you're able to then some neat cook easy. If you will fooding just a minute, I'm going to continue with you David now. So David judge of Novus feminization what exactly happens? The from addition lev is this entity this kitchen or department that Rene really thought was essential. It wasn't enough for us to to pardon my French like half ass these things, and when from started even before I arrived at Nome out almost five years ago now while we did it we did it in a very romantic way. And even you know. Four years ago when I began you would see bags of things exploding in the staff canteen or in the addict and our dry storage leaking all over the place while at work. You know, we'd always knew that we can do it better in the summer of two thousand fourteen the first version of the fermentation that was built out of shipping containers in the parking lot behind the old Noma on the harbour of Copenhagen. And that was really where it kind of grew to the next level when I began in there when I started when I moved from the kitchen into the lab, this was a place where we had a team where we had a scientist and clever cooks myself included that we kind of push these things forward. So we were tasked with producing all these products for the restaurant, an environmentally controlled chambers. Humidity was just right with the temperature didn't fluctuate too much, and then also tasked with just cure research. You know in advance of going to Noma Australia Rene was like we should figure out. How vegemite is made. Because that's something we should take with us. And so you look through the lens of science to understand these things and make. Make the make sense where we are. And since we reopened Noma its new spaces Noma two point. Oh, lovingly called the fermentation lab is kind of also been born again in in a new facility. That's so will acquit so well-designed and everything just worked so smoothly..

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"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

"And I said, come on, she said, no, I can't believe even with that amazing convincing argument. Hey, come on, escalate. And she was like, no, I couldn't believe it. I was like, it's. This is super motel next to the river, like give me a break. You got nothing to do. Nobody's got anywhere to be. That's though tell that has the least wiggle room. She's the line. Okay, so we can actually even take the Hilbert accommodation problem one step further. Let's say it's not just your bus pulling. There's a huge music festival. So this is the Hilbert hotel plus one. No, this is over hotel to the Hilbert power. This is a whole new entity of Hilbert. A tude. Let's say there's a music festival going on an infinitely large music festival Coachella Austin city limits. It's Austin city limits, theirself selfies that is south by southwest is infinitely bad now, but I won't go into that. Usually it's just the infinite. The music. Let's say an infinite number of buses pull up each with a band as large as yours. So infant number of us pull up each has an infinite number of j. b. horn horn and string players and tour managers. Can the hotel accommodate that. Absolutely. You seem very confident in the compati- -ness of Hilbert's hotel. Well, so far like the the number of paradoxes that make Infinity that that like regulate Infinity seemed to be a much smaller set of paradoxes than the number of paradoxes that are allowed by allowed by INFINITI. Right. So you're real fun. Is Hobart's hotel can do anything. Hilbert's hotel can to room service goes forever almost anything, but I'm sure there is a paradox that limits the capacity of Hilbert's hotel, but it is not this one John. You can't get in and infinite. Let's say you number every bus and every bus the seats are numbered. I don't think that's true of most tour buses, but it was true of my school bus as a kid, right? I'd be assigned to seat sixty eight or thirty two or whatever. Right? So let's every numbered in every seat is on each bus number using a way to pair each of those numbers with a room number in the hotel. Okay. And it's not super hard to do. Like one thing you can do is just I clear out some rooms. Like, let's take every person in the room and have them move from room number and to room to to the end to the everybody's now in a power of two. Okay. I guy goes to room to room for third person. I don't know. I'm saying guy hotel is not a, it's not a YMCA well, and this could be the future links are listening to this, and the word guy means nothing to them. Sure. It means like a like a line that goes between a between a boat and appear. The only thing they're very nautical in a future. Every day is talk like a pirate day. So the third occupant goes to room eight. The fourth goes to room sixty and so forth, and then you've got a tunnel ever room. That's not a power of two. Oh, is empty hotels practically practically cleared out? Yes. So now what you can do and yet still infinitely large and containing. Infinite number of, right. It's very roomy now. So now think of all the rooms that are free. Every other prime is free all the powers of three all the powers of five. So you just take everybody on the first bus and how the move into the powers of three rooms. If. You're in see one. You're in room three c. two. You're in room nine three, you're in room twenty seven eighty one and so forth. The next bus does all the powers of five. You have to do primes because the powers of four will already be taken by the original. Some of the original people original people. The set of rooms with prime numbered doors is equal to the set of whole numbers. You mean as terms of its infinite cardinals? Exactly..

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"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

"They have not really made the case that leaving the hotel. California's anything I would wanna do their champagne on ice. Maybe that's where I wanna be. I mean, apparently there's some kind of in the master's chamber. We what there's a feast. We stepped steely knives, but we couldn't kill the beasts. Maybe it's not such a great feast. Who knows what if the beast is like. Like it's a cute beast like it's a koala, what? What you're still stabbing it with a knife. Nobody wants that. If it doesn't say your stepping it, it says it says they stab it, right? Oh, yeah, days, or is it? We stand a master's chamber feast. It makes a big difference if it's we or they, let's see what pronoun that the people at the hotel, California prefer like it could be. It could be some like vampire gerbil. Okay. We are all prisoners here, but in the master's chamber, they gathered for the third is assumed they are the guests. I think. I think the quote ends. We're all she says, we're all prisoners who've own device. And then in the master's chamber, these people guest who are having this conversation, they gather for the feast. You don't. I'm not sure. I feel like if you can check out anytime, go down and check out, but then you then you can never leave or rather don't have to leave. I'm done that. I've checked out, but I'm just out in the lobby because the wife is free. I've checked out and then going back to my room. There. In the hotel, California for determinedly for most hotels, you only get a couple of hours and then housekeeping figures it out less. You go down and charm. The the gal at the desk and say, can we get a late checkout would just I mean, you don't even want to check out you just wanna charm woman at a counter. I just want to get the check out mentally. I would say any hotel were checkout is at eleven is worse than the Hilbert hotel or the hotel, California because who who put check out at eleven, I have never. That's not true. One time I was about to say, I've never stayed at a hotel where the checkout was eleven, where I couldn't call down to the desk and get it moved to one, but one time and this is the this is the hyper indignity of it. This is the worst thing that's happened anyone at a hotel except for Bobby Kennedy. It was a super eight motel in east Saint Louis and the woma high McConnell was like, no, you can't. It's eleven o'clock checkout. I was like, come on, come on. She was like, no..

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"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

"I should say to the listeners that you showed up at the house today and and really the first thing you said was that you just read that Preuss woke up every morning, took opium first thing then had coffee and croissants and then stayed in bed. Dinner till dinner and I can't get the, I can't get the image out of my head because goals, I feel like I'm not living my best life. That's like I mean to take opium first thing in the morning, I can't even get up into read first thing in the morning. I feel lazy like the world calls. I can't finish my book, but I know such problem. Well, you could, you could do whatever you want. There's a famous. I think there's a, there's a Neil Gaiman Terry called good omens where their vision of trying to get this vision of a very large quantity of time to try to get it to approach Infinity. They say that as the bird does this big scraping thing it finally wears down the mountain and that whole time you have not yet finished watching the sound of music, and that's how you can picture the agonies of Infinity or eternity. Have you ever tried to fold a piece of paper more than seven times famously can't be doing this with my kids the other day. Although do you know the story? There's maybe we should maybe this Chevy entry in the us. There's some girl who with very long pieces of tissue paper. Found kind of a new top logical way to get up to eight or nine. Really? Yeah. The the keys to have a very long paper. So all these scientists who were like, you can't fold a piece of paper, seven times they all had days or something because they never unrolled their Sharman and tried it out. Oh, but does a really long paper? Is that really a piece of paper? It's it's still a paper, isn't it? I guess so. I mean, when I heard piece of paper, I thought, yeah, any finite thin sheet is what counts here. And I guess she said, yeah, except except she, she took the original draft of Jack Kerouac on the road and started an unrolled. It all the way. Are you bothered by the length or the texture? Do you think it folds too easily because it's quilted? No, I just wanna make sure that it isn't like partitioned that it's not like because a roll of toilet paper. I would not consider one piece of paper. I consider it because it has a little dotted things as little dot, and imagine if you will, Hilbert's toilet paper has done separation, unroll it forever. Now that would be amazing. Wow. That's what you want. Imagine having your house to other paper by that fire Hilbert. David helmet, you'd never get it down. He wasn't a very handy guy. There's an even more so we can fit an infinite number of people into an infinite number of rooms even if they're full by having everybody moved to to end basically then we can bring in nother infinite number of people and the hotel can continue to accommodate them. Yes, if everyone just moves down one room and that's, as you said, the proof that the odd number of the odds counting numbers the natural numbers and the end, even natural numbers one seems to be twice as he other, but in fact, they are in some sense the same order, the same size, the same card analogy, no one is getting any sleep at all. In this tell by the one thing you have to have a, it's a lousy hotel. Like every time a guest shows up, they can't just be like, okay, six floor. Here's your passwords in the thing. Breakfast is at nine every literally everyone how hotel us to move well in the sixty thousand time I was asked to move. Leave my room and move to the next room. Are you saying you you live in this hotel infinitely as well? Well, no, go Chanel. This seems to be happening on the same night. People keep showing that would be like, you know what? Honey, and I would pack the kids and we'd get in the car and we'd go to another hotel hotel. Would you say is worse hotel from a hospital standpoint, the Hilbert hotel or the hotel, California. Oh, well, it depends. I mean, you know, they say, you can check out anytime you want, but you can never leave the hotel California, but that's a pretty bad hotel. I would say that's kind of Infinity..

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"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

"For more information. Now, I don't want to jump ahead although maybe I do, but this is one of the things that's always been very interesting about set theory to me that or infinite infinite sets that the set of odd numbers. An infinite set of odd numbers is equivalent to the set of whole numbers. You'd think it wouldn't be right, because odd numbers are subject. It should be half as many write a subset of whole numbers, and yet they are. They have their equally infinite, right. We have a tendency to think of Infinity as a number, and I think this starts out on the playground as kids accountable number, even though you can't count it, you could continue to go through the process of counting. We think of that as if it's the last number. Eventually you get something big, and then there's the final number and it's a little eight on its side because kids will treat Infinity like that. It'll be like, oh, yeah, well, you kiss Susan three times. Oh, you Susan ten times. And then. Guy will be like, oh, you kiss Susan Infinity times. Well, then the really smart Kittles said Infinity plus one time. Infinity plus one is the problem. That's imagining that Infinity is a number. You can add one two, and it's not. It's just a symbol, a general symbol for endless nece for something without a bound. But because we grew up thinking of math classes, don't help you start to do calculus and you see Infinity kind of be used as a number. Et cetera. Right. It just means and it keeps going like you have to take limit. What happens to this function as as the numbers are plugging into it, get bigger and bigger and bigger. So the professor instead of putting in zero, we'll say, x. goes to Infinity and you'll get the idea. Infinity is a number just like zero or one or anything else he could have put in there. So if we're not not true, if Infinity isn't a number, if you can't perform these super tasks of adding numbers to be end of Infinity than what isn't Finnity. Well, it's a general an infinite set of numbers. What does it look like headed out into into the dusky horizon into the Frisco aiding dusk, light. It could be getting bigger and bigger. It could be getting smaller and smaller. There's a shape called the Gabriel's horn. This is not essentially relevant to Hilbert's hotels biblical reference. It's also called Torricelli's trumpet. If you're an atheist, if you're a believer, it's Gabriel's horn, and he sounds on the last day fee. If you're a non believer, it's trumpet and some Italian who invented the barometer, drew it up one day, do the mathematicians in the cafeteria self segregate according to whether or not they they have religion? Yes, but they're the religion table was always empty. No, they're like a couple of those guys. They're pretty famous. Mathematicians that are also like the dead ones. Yeah. Well, no, even now that are that somehow have made some accommodation between being creationist and also being like working in high math. Well, the interesting thing about Infinity is to do a show on those guys Christian mathematicians and we should give their addresses. Smell Milburn toaster. Am I having a stroke? No, we are both having the same stroke. I guess whatever's happening stimulating the same factory nerve. Someone burned toast in the bunker. It's interesting that you mention God because you know an essential part of element of Leamy God to a believer. Is that generally he's transcendental? He's infinite depends on the God, but yes, right. I'll for example, not infinite. No right there. Lots and lots of where the like eighth thing. Yeah, because our Tempur like Odin doesn't know everything has to go hang on a tree for a while to to know everything owns got his limits. So Christian. He's infinite. Thank you by the way for standing up for Zoroastrianism taking God's. Yeah. Well, I mean, there's always gonna be somebody on the internet. That's not my God. What plus in the future? Like if everybody worships this new like they're going to have notes, Kasulu orca to come back and then a non tentacled infinite God future listeners, right? You know, he, he's everywhere. He fills all of space. Attributes are infinite and there is no within the Allah. Gee, there's no God plus one exactly. Getting back to the instrument that will herald his return, Gabriel's hor it's a, it's a fairly simple mathematical function that looks like a big horn, opening one stopping, so it's got the the bell..

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"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

"Yeah. So you've got your color guard. You've got the JV horns, right? You've got your string section of the tour manager that I disembowel all he does his follow me around holding my coat. He's watching you. He's like shadowing you for the day to see how to be a vad tour manage, right? He's an unpaid intern, so you're onto rash of thirty people show up. That's easy. Everybody just moves down thirty rooms. It's clear. It's obvious that the hotel can accommodate even when it's accommodate it. Number of people. What's interesting is that the Hilbert hotel and this is where your mind kind of breaks can accommodate an infinite number of people showing up as well. Let's say you're bad entourage. So big that your bus fills up and it's got an infinite number of people and you are the polyphonic spree. At this point, the hotel can still accommodate you, and it's pretty easy to show. Like what if instead of everybody moving down one door or four doors, everybody just walks out of their room. Looks at the number of the door, doubles it and walks into that one. So the guy in route one goes into room to the room to those that are in for the closer you are to the lobby. There are some advantages. I mean not just the ice machine is right there, but also you have much shorter walk. Sure. The guy in rooms, sixty thousand restaurants room. Two hundred twenty thousand is not stoked unless room. One hundred and twenty thousand is across. I mean that often happens, you wonder around your whereas room, eleven. It's like, oh, it was here all along. What you're actually going to have is a hotel where all even number rooms are full and all the number rooms are empty, but it is a moment's thought will reveal. There's an infinite number of odd numbers as well. And if it's one of the hotels, you're talking about where it's like even on one side and the other, then there's a whole side of the hotel that goes on forever and is for everyone. Do you do you maintain a lot of debt? I mean, obviously you're rich, but do you? I mean, you're always buying boats and stuff like, how do you, how do you manage all your debt? Well, you know, credit cards are so convenient. Yeah, but for a lot of people, those Bill stack up without them overloaded, you'll, you're saying, no, you I am. I'm going through a phase in my life or have a lot of home improvement projects. I have a lot of stuff that I want to get building, but I don't have the cash right now and I'm looking for like a solution. Do you want me to suggest an easy way that you can save some money? Yeah, I've got a couple of credit cards with some Dedham. Got good credit, but but I just I don't wanna go to a Bank and say, like, give me a fifty thousand dollar home improvement loan. Somebody like you with good credit should look into consolidating their credit card debt with a credit card consolidation loan from light stream. Tell me more for consumers that have good credit me..

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"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

"Desk lamp where his face is the little tiny lightbulb. Sticking out from under this enormous had well. I mean, that's the that's the big question of Hurrell, right? Is ferrall enormous. Normal sized person who had a custom-made giant hat or is ferrall just a cartoon aunt literally knows normal. I think I think one of the nicest things about the Hilbert hotel or the rather Hilbert. Online is not the not the image of him in a floppy hat, but it is the number. The sheer number of hand-drawn explanations for the Hilbert hotel. Paradox people clearly try to explain this by pulling out a cocktail napkin and drawing an example on like you can just see like thousands of mathematicians around the world saying, no, no, no, Honey, let me get. Let me just give me a napkin, United Airlines napkin, and then they draw. They draw a diagram, which. Not at all helpful in explaining to the lay person this paradox. Are you saying that this paradox is a bad fit for an audio? Only format cannot leave a cocktail napkin for the future. I think audio is the way to do it. I, I think what I'm saying is drawing it on a cocktail napkin really explains nothing. You cannot draw Infinity on. It would have a very large napkin. You cannot Infinity on a cocktail napkin. That's a great song title. You also there's no photograph. You can't resort to a photograph of the hotel because spoilers this is not a hotel that actually exists, and yet you can put a drawing of it. You can make drawing of it and be so impressed by your drawing that you put it online. Hold on Honey. I gotta scan. The Hilbert hotel is an interesting hotel because unlike any hotel you were, I have stayed at. It has an infinite number of rooms, and we're asked to envision a situation in which I guess it's high season at wherever the Hilbert hotel is Hilbert does not relate sure. Could be in the mountains, could be in the ocean unlikely that it's in the mountains because. I'm interested wait. That's not. I just, I just assumed Germans. That period only went to places the mountains or the seashore. So Hilbert's hotel must be either in the mountains or in the seashore. I feel like it is a smaller subset of humanity vacations in the mountains, then that vacations at the shore. I think you're right. So let's say it's at the seashore. We were asked to imagine that such a busy day of this hotel, they are full. They have taken on the no on there. Novak inside a young John Rodrick driving in his van will be disappointed wished he had not lingered over his chicken fried steak Hilbert hotel. I was counting on it because every one of its number rooms this fall of guests. So it has has an infinite number of guests that night. But let's say you do drive up. Let's say it's just you ride your solo troubadour. At this point you've finished your steak and potatoes. You've kin wagged with the waitress at the counter. By the thing full of pies, you go to the desk and you ask the duck, manage hotel for a room. And she says, well, first of all, sir, I have to tell you that we're full. But luckily we can accommodate you. This is the paradox. How do you put John Roderick in a hotel? Every room is full. You could not do it in a standard hotel unless he bunked up with somebody else. This is an important principle not of of your sex life, but of mathematics. It's called the pigeonhole principle, right? The pigeonhole principle says that if I have and things and that's bigger them m the number of boxes I have to put them in. Like when I walked into your house today, I saw a box that said on it little boxes, yes, you have. You have packed box little box. Yes, that is the bucks in which I put the little boxes. What's in the little boxes, some little boxes. Oh, the little boxes are full. Okay. So let's say of little thing. How many little boxes would you say are in that box there in the well. So there's a second bucks called more little bug. Choose John in the first box. Little boxes, there are probably twenty two box twenty two boxes and what's a sample item you might keep in little boxes..

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"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

"I will not accept your filthy lucre whichever airline rights biggest checks even United that puts old man in overhead compartments and pets in the landing gear. United breaks. Guitars, go ahead LeBron Qatar who'll United breaks, guitars, them dragging some nice Asian-American grandpa down the aisle is he kicks and you're like that beautiful guitar. Their videos called United breaks. Guitars, because United breaks guitars, it'd be a good name for of Bandra. There is the United breaks. Guitars. I don't know. The clash broke attires and we like them. Why are we pro the clash anti the United because United to doing it in secrecy United is doing it like in their strange paradoxical world of surprise regularity and there's no amazing photo of them doing, oh, that's the thing when the clash breaks guitars, like it ends up on elm covers people copy it for decades. If there's some photo of United baggage worker just Smashie ATar we would think they were kinda that asks, we'd be like, hey, that's pretty cool. They break that right there. I would fly United again if they had baggage handlers just out on. The tarmac crash. What if it's your luggage, you're like, I almost ocare. It's so Coors. Another one. In the world of theoretical mathematics. Oh boy, the most up the most famous example of a full hotel. Someone arriving at a full hotel. In fact, not even in the world that critical mathematics, I'd say in all fields in all human endeavor and experience in our future lanes, the most important and canonical example of someone showing up with a full hotel is the Fadh experiment called the Hilbert hotel because it was dreamed up by German mathematician, groundbreaking, German mathematician, David Hilbert today. David Hilbert is best known possibly for his set of Twenty-three problems, twenty three unsolved problems in mathematics that he delivered in nineteen hundred. It was kind of a challenge. It was like, here's what we need to do. And in fact, it came true of his Twenty-three problems. Ten of them have since been solved in the succeeded century. I'm sure they're all twenty three or salt in your time future listeners. But in our time than solved, seven have partially accepted solutions. There are fewer people are like, well, he he didn't really make a good problem. They're like, that's the thing you can come up with the right answer, but if you proof is bad, nobody accepts your solution. We're at such a high level here that the best mathematicians in the world will disagree about whether you're proof is good or not. So who knows? But they're still three or four that are still outstanding. In our day, the Riemann hypothesis has not been cells, and I know the future lynx, just laughing at this because that's they get up every morning and solve the Remond this. That's how the back of their grocery list. That's how they're little wrist. Born computer doors are powered Hilbert. Has also well known to me for the huge floppy hat he wears in his portrait of him. That's everywhere online. Oh, now we're that we've arrived at something I can talk about. Finally, yeah, he's kinda look. It looks like the maybe the spinster governess in an EM forced or novel or something Embiid. He just had an incredibly small head and it's a normal hat. It's hard to say. He looks like..

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"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Omnibus

"You've probably stayed in a lot of hotels in your career on the road as troubadour and have them the Hilbert hotel. Some swinger hotel in Big Sur. Do you not have been there yet? Do you not have Hilbert points? You can get upgrades hotel? Have you ever had the experience of showing up at a hotel desk and having the clerk tell you the hotel is full? Yes, I have. I have to what happened? What's your story? Well, it's having multiple times. It's it's extremely frustrating. How does this happen? Well, you know when when we were when we were in the thick of the rock game by, you mean you and me? No, not. You you and I have never been in the thick of the rock game. When the long winters were on tour a lot. I was kind of a bad tour manager. The first crime was that I didn't hire an actual tour manager and took those jobs upon myself. You must have been the best tour manager in the band since you were the one doing it? No, I wasn't even the best tour management power whose power man, they would have all done a great job and you're like, no, they wouldn't have all done a good job, but but at least one of them would have done a better job. But yeah, I often would say, and this, this is a personality flaw. I would say I don't wanna be tied to some hotel reservation because ma'am. That's right because we need to stay flexible, the Dallas. We get. And so we would play are set would end at one thirty a. m. we'd load out would get paid would get on the road about two thirty. I would insist that we stop at a diner on the outskirts of town and eat chicken fried steaks at about three fifteen. And then we would drive drive into the night until like somewhere off in the distance, the light would because I wanted to get out of the town. You know, man, like I didn't wanna stay there in the town because that's all the good experiences happen at roadside, motels in the middle of nowhere. What could go wrong. And often we would pull into a place at four thirty in the morning and I would tumble out everybody asleep already. Was there someone on duty? Actually, there's always somebody at a motel like that because you know, it's like a trucker economy out there, and I'd roll in and say, hey, you know, we'd like one to chewed grooves a two double beds and every once in a while you'd get one. Whereas like, sorry, man, it's all full. How about the. Experience, which I recently had of having a reservation and getting to tell and having them say, yeah, we have your reservation, but we're full. That happened to me once in China's RA's. Oh, really? And I said, you cannot be full. You have my reservation and they said, unfortunately, we are fall. And I said, this is a paradox. I want my room and they like called another hotel in someone from that hotel walked over and then walked me to that hotel worse hotel. How did you know you hadn't seen senior? Well, you just tell how dirty the lobby was that having to be in San Jose like I get there, but I get there too late and I guess hotels overbook a crime is the year that year the criminal here, not the victim, right? If I had just got there a little earlier, you know they have they made and plus three reservations because their computer tells them three people don't show up. And on this night only two people didn't show up. They thought they were free and clear I appear, but they had little pre-printed things like, here's. Our backup hotel. Right? And that's where you realize there's this vast, shadowy world network of hotels, the pretend to be business rivals or competitors. But in fact, they're part of this cabal that is allied against you..

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"hilbert" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Everybody and that's when when we're in that world then we can start getting manipulated and we've done it ej hilbert how can people find you on twitter and beyond and also see more of your work on twitter i'm just ej hilbert just at ej hilbert on twitter you can find me at linked animal so ej hilbert there and just google me i'm out there glad to talk about this stuff this is a fascinating yet scary discussion because obviously it's gone on for quite some time is going to go on future in future elections are going to be impacted on some level absolutely had impact every single american if i could leave a message with everybody in that is simply it's trust but verify it's a russian concept believe it or not but reagan used to use it all the time you can believe what you see but look it up a little bit dig into it a little bit more because everybody is trying to manipulate some aspect of it and aknowledge your beliefs it's fine i love that everybody believes that are what people do but be able to defend them ej hilbert we gotta do this again sometime we will absolutely sir thank you this is the tim conway junior show kellyanne for tim kfi am six forty go ahead bender king costs more flooding along the coast in orange county newport beach had some flooding wednesday when the tide caused water to breach a seawall on balboa island national weather service has issued a flood advisory through eleven o'clock tomorrow night a water park in kansas says it will remove the largest waterslide where the world's largest waterslide we're a ten year old boy was killed park officials deconstruction of the one hundred sixty eight foot high voter ct slide the schlitterbahn waterpark will start shortly after labor day that the end of the parks season schwab was decapitated in two thousand sixteen when the raft he was riding in when airborne rides been shut down.

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"hilbert" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Israel test is it religion is it about i'm a christian your a i'm a moslem your jew or is it about envy what george said envy and envy springs from somebody having more are doing better at capitalism and they're in is a story to be told inside the israel part so i wanna go to even another version of this which is what jews represent capitalism you tell the story in nineteen thirty four of a man named david hilbert having dinner this is in germany and on at the table next to him as bernhard roost who is the education minister of the german government working for hitler at the time and ross turns to hilbert and says how are you doing at gerchik in the university of david hilbert associated with a man who had bought a who had brought the distinguished scholar mathematician john von neumann to gardening and russ asked house and going now that we've driven the jews out and hilbert's responses we're not doing any mathematics at all because you've driven the jews out now in there is the story of what the jews represent what is what is johnny von newman represent to america where he comes and to the idea of johnny newman to israel what does it represent john von neumann was the great figure of the twentieth century by many measures i mean completely comparable to einstein and his practical impact with greater achievements then einstein von neumann was part of.

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"hilbert" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on WTMA

"Israel test is it religion is it about i'm a christian ura ju i'm a moslem you're a jew or is it about envy george said envy and envy springs from somebody having more are doing better at capitalism and they're in is a story to be told inside the israel part so i wanna go to even another version of this which is what jews represent capitalism you tell the story in nineteen thirty four of a man named david hilbert having dinner this is in germany and on at the table next to him as bernhard rust who is the education minister of the german government working for hitler at the time and ross turns to hilbert and says how are you doing at gerchik in the university of david hilbert was associated with a man who had bought a who had brought the distinguished scholar mathematician john von neumann to and ross house and gone now that we've driven the jews out and hilbert's response is we're not doing any mathematics at all because you've driven the jews out now in there is the story of what the jews represent what is what is johnny von neumann represent to america where he comes and to the idea of johnny von neumann to israel what does it represent john von neumann was the great figure of the twentieth century by many measures i mean i completely comparable to einstein and in his practical impact was greater achievements then einstein von neumann was part of.

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"hilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"If it was jets there is no way that hilbert godfrey could be john travolta's partner in this i ask god i remember flying out to la to read for their age and i found myself sitting next to mike nays myths from the monkeys and ria yeah and and i take out this grave unlikely things through it and he goes what you're reading and i said oh it's this movie experts it's about these russian spies who kidnapped two americans to teach them american hip culture and mike midst without changing this facial expression goes sam samsuk be sushi it at well that's what the audience that we do have a moment ago ridden nerve nazran snubbed stupid as we think i but i did get a chance to dance withdrew revolved at us you did then lou elco's stalking two yes i remember that and dave introduced the judge on to his wife on that film to kelly preston yes yeah i did do so something good came of it from it for him oh for sure now this is an interesting a comment that you made a dave and you're talking about the different kinds of comedy when you're talking about piscopo what did you mean when you said you think comedy is a disorder as opposed to a talent i found that fascinating well you know paul one of the things i'm done over the years like our as they had writer for sctv so i'm i was the guy that would bring in the riders and hire the writers that was my introduction to finding out what comedy writer what comedy people were like 'cause i never really thought about it and as it turns out if somebody walked in and they're like a handsomelooking jock it's just like okay for it'll this person isn't going to be funny the person they have to be really short they have to be really ugly they have to be really fat or they have to have some kind of messed up childhood that cause them to be funny i don't believe being funny is a talent i think it's a disorder and i think that you know handsome people can be can develop or have or be no i don't think they can store.

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"hilbert" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"hilbert" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"David hilbert a woman do this i said that so it was a way for me to take control and actually in my head to term what was sort of a negative in my view into a positive and it's become a big positive and david hill was absolutely right it distinguish me and not necessarily a bad way my fear was this is what people will focus on normal care about people do focus on it to some degree but every one of them is for a good cause and over the years we added organizations willie become something quite happy about prouteau and i'm not a guy who gives a billion dollars to charity but if we've made a difference in the small way with these photai great i hope that it happened that's where the number i've got a million of them yeah and they all come from the boats i call it so i don't really buy them they they give the midday court with these organizations designed the boakye together and then go from there so that's how it all evolve and it's funny i do on occasion mlb network game usually tom produce you to sideline guy but if he's not available thing they asked me in the first time i did what i said well this is the fox thing i'll just wear normal thai someone award the normal thai people on twitter were like hey what's going on here so now i were the bows high on mlb that were games as well so since late june when fuck sports pivoted to video as everyone says you have been writing at facebook at can recent thus sports we know that this is not a permanent arrangement and that there will probably be.

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