Age of Entanglement

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Discussion on May 20, 2016
Jim Williams: Welcome to the Metaverse. You will learn your way here eventually. You need to start by realizing that a lowly dress designer in the Metaverse understands the armature of the human body and the t...
Discussion on Apr 04, 2016
Salomon Saachz: Very well crafted paper, this is great to see this ideas pushed forward, thank you. As an alternative cardinality we can took the main aspirations behind these archetypes and discover that each lie...
Discussion on Mar 24, 2016
Iain Perkin:
Iain Perkin: The German Chemical industries research into dyes comes to mind with scientist finding new methods of getting new colours to the artists (both those inside and outside industry).
Discussion on Mar 23, 2016
Matt Nish-Lapidus:
Discussion on Mar 23, 2016
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Discussion on Mar 15, 2016
Tyler Miller: Can you elaborate on a reason that the KCC should address scale?
Discussion on Mar 15, 2016
Rayna Jhaveri: Design and Science
Rayna Jhaveri: ^ How do I make a highlighted comment? I wanted to suggest the subtitle be corrected from "An inaugural essay for the Journal of Design of Science (JoDS)" to "An inaugural essay for the Journal of ...
Discussion on Mar 14, 2016
Paul T. Kidd: This I think is the right word. In my artistic practice I have been working on entangling all of my work as a way of exploring this idea symbolically by entangling plastic and descriptive expressio...
Discussion on Mar 14, 2016
Paul T. Kidd: These roles seem dated. What about medical science? This does the job of explaining and developing solutions. Art is also more than questioning behaviour and creating awareness. If the theory that ...
Discussion on Mar 14, 2016
Paul T. Kidd: We need people who can do this - I coined the term Life Systems Architect to cover this. Architects need specialists, and specialists need the Architect. Without the Architect the specialists are l...
Danny Chambers: I am glad this was highlighted, and addressed as a counter point. To this point in the development of technology (read: tools) we have made the tasks of the single dicipline expert much more effcie...
Discussion on Mar 14, 2016
Paul T. Kidd: Yes! When one has within one mind both art and, say engineering, one can see the world in a different way from the artist, or the engineer, and there is no communication problem of the kind that ca...
Discussion on Mar 14, 2016
Paul T. Kidd: I know the feeling - in fact if you try to operate in two areas, those in one area will say that "you are not one of us, you are one of them", while in the other area they will say "you are not one...
Discussion on Feb 24, 2016
Max Shen: This does not strike me as true. It is known that Satoshi Nakamoto had a decent idea about the potential social impact that Bitcoin would have, and perhaps smartphone manufacturers had dreams of th...
Marina Tsaplina: I enjoy the idea of “knotty objects” very much, and agree fully that all of reality- and its many forms- is knotty. This is a fundamental spiritual teaching of “inter-being”: I am because you are. ...
Discussion on Feb 24, 2016
Mike McCartin: Interesting to tie "entanglement" to quantum entanglement. Additionally, the Krebs Cycle reminds me of the diagram of a quantum bit or Qubit.
Discussion on Feb 24, 2016
Paola Antonelli: Behind the scenes, Knotty Objects was a great opportunity to test the "bottom-up world-reading" approach. In Neri, Kevin, and my hands, the steak, the bitcoin, the brick, and the phone certainly im...
Discussion on Jan 20, 2016
Michael Dila: The CreATP hypothesis is an interesting one. As important as a theory of digestion is, it is equally important to advance a theory of ingestion, or diet. In fact, we need a theory of diet and exerc...
Jon Leach: I think this is a truly great piece of work. As someone who went to university as a prospective biochemist but ended up graduating in "HPS" (the History and Philsopy of Science") i love the scheme ...