p.(x) = Big Data Determinism (2020) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

Hindsight is an ephemeral conceit of wisdom, made humble with humility. Past events do not dictate future outcomes for two reasons. Entropy (or randomness), and a categorical imperative to assign categories to information structures, in other words, bringing order to the chaos. Making mundane the "messy-ness" around us is the role of (most) religion and entertaining spiritual or heavenly aspirations. Alternatives realize the wonder of our world. Ephemeral yet wonderful. Cruel at times, yet forgiving in others. Onion skinning emotions onto reality is a fallacy. Or is it? Grasping this concept is important to understanding Big Data Determinism. This is the point where Physics and the Metaphysics combine. Quantifying the unpredictable is falsifiable if considered through the lens of the p.(x) philosophy. The metaphysician asks, “What is real?” Answered in probabilities, randomness is self similar all the way down to the quantum level. Forget the turtles, it’s randomness all the way down!

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