The Saint takes the opportunity of a much needed mancation to increase his ignorance on the subject of neuroscience.
TheSaint predicts the future of computing… correctly…
Always on the lookout for examples of self-programming organisms The Saint finds new implications in the discovery of CRISPR enzymes.
The Saint gets his money’s worth from a fake Sony 32GB thumbdrive.
In this article on the subject of programming artificial life we examine the subject of “random” genetic mutations in living organisms and show that mutation is not a truly “random” process but a very selective one.
Finding the “magic” of self-design through diffusion limited aggregation in living organisms at every scale.
I’m deliberately avoiding the term “evolution” because I believe that it carries too much baggage to be useful for explaining NEW ideas in how inanimate matter …
The beginning of a series of articles on the subject of creating artificial computer generated life beginning with the question… Is water alive?
Speculative analysis about the plausibility of modeling virtual organisms and the human mind
Life Needs “Noise” In a game world of traditional Newtonian physics calculations, time generally flows as a smooth continuum. When attempting to simulate complicated collision …