- Jun 2020
Liu, Andrew, and Mason A. Porter. ‘Spatial Strength Centrality and the Effect of Spatial Embeddings on Network Architecture’. Physical Review E 101, no. 6 (9 June 2020): 062305. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.101.062305.
- spatial strength centrality
- latent space
- smaller probabilities
- longer edges
- geographical fitness
- spatial embeddings
- synthetic network
- Aug 2018
Are there, in other words, any fundamental "contradictions" in human life that cannot be resolved in the context of modern liberalism, that would be resolvable by an alternative political-economic structure?
Churchill famously said "...democracy is the worst form of Government except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time..."
Even within this quote it is implicit that there are many others. In some sense he's admitting that we might possibly be at a local maximum but we've just not explored the spaces beyond the adjacent possible.
- May 2018
The man who knows that nothing in demand is out of production soon expects that nothing produced can be out of demand.
This keeps rolling around in my head, one marble in a Chinese Checkers tin. And I am not asking what does this mean, but rather what could this mean?