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The Horizon Principle is Everywhere

I liken Feynman's reference to nature as Ariadne's string in the labyrinth of the cave with that man-eating Minotaur, the sword is the intellect of the scientist and the tapestry is woven by the complexity of the paths you follow. Can you find your way out of the cave?

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The Horizon Principle is Everywhere

Nature uses only the longest threads to weave her patterns, so that each small piece of her fabric reveals the organization of the entire tapestry.

- Richard Feynman (1918-1988)

Sixteen Vectors Converge on the Point - A planksip® Duality

Sixteen Vectors Converge on the Point - A planksip® Duality

I liken Feynman's reference to nature as Ariadne's string in the labyrinth of the cave with that man-eating Minotaur, the sword is the intellect of the scientist and the tapestry is woven by the complexity of the paths you follow. Can you find your way out of the cave?


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