# Tag Archives: time

## The arrow of time (4): entropy and reversibility, pictured in designs

So…I do not see any convincing answers in physics to the basic question of `what is time?’. To wrap up this complicated subject for now, I will show some half-designs for the IMAPP symposium (which I did not elaborate on … Continue reading

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## The arrow of time (3): what is it, actually?

No, but honestly: what is meant by the term `the arrow of time’? I cannot get my head around it, unfortunately. This seemingly puts me in an unenviable minority position, enhanced by my obvious ignorance of relevant theories in modern … Continue reading

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## Drawing a natural number at random, foundations of probability, determinism, Laplace (5)

(I suddenly doubted the previous post, and had to look and think twice again. I discovered that I need to look more in detail at Benford’s law, because certain aspects of the relation between the solution of the previous post … Continue reading

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