Continuing my commentary on Heisenberg’s Physics and Philosophy (see my previous post for more), I have a few more scattered thoughts to get down. In no particular order: Continue reading “Heisenberg part 2: Leibniz, Camus, and Kuhn (oh my!)”
Let’s get to it
I anticipate that three things will be true about this blog:
- I will write about, among other things, the foundations of physics.
- My parents, who don’t know much about the foundations of physics, will probably read it (Hi Mom!)
- If anybody who knows anything about the foundations of physics reads it, I will never get a job because of the silly things I expect I will say.
As (a) a consequence, (b) in the interest of miseducating the general public, and (c) because I feel the need for some sort of inaugural blog post acknowledging its own existence, insofar as it is distinguished by being First, let’s start off with an introduction to the foundations of physics. Continue reading “Water all the way down”