Picture a heap of sand. How many grains there in order for it to be considered a heap?
Well, probably a lot right? 200? 500?
heap — “an untidy collection of things piled up haphazardly.”
Have you ever looked into Game Theory? If not, you should. It’s pretty interesting. Let’s do a quick google.
Game Theory: The branch of…
An in depth tour of the game using simple stats, an intro to MongoDB atlas, and 100,000 trips to old Park Place.
Most of my friends know I’m a big fan of monopoly. I had been saying for a while that there must be an optimal way to play…
and the hilarity that ensues…
If you’re like me and have been reading the German civil code for fun in what little spare time you have, check out Section 3, subsection 960. You’ll notice some interesting legislation on the subject of ownership.
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*disclaimer* This post aims to introduce the functionality of bitcoin along with a general one for a non-technical reader.
If you want just the technical stuff, skip to the “How” section.
An overview of 3D printable firearms and how they came to be.
Does machine learning justify changing our need for a glass box?
Take a look at this paper. It’s titled, “Deep learning and the Schrödinger equation”. It’s implications are really interesting; first let’s take a look at the paper’s claim.
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