Death can have a profound effect on a person's religious beliefs. In a new study, death not only strengthened a person's religious beliefs but also increased the denial of other religions.
Via Sakis Koukouvis
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To make things clear - Maldacena's universe is not like the one we actually live in! It's a model, a toy universe, which comes complete with its own physics. It's a hologram because all the physical goings-on inside it can be described by a physical theory that's only defined on the boundary. What's more, it's a universe in which the gravity/quantum conundrum has been resolved completely: the boundary theory is purely quantum, it contains no gravity, but a being living in the interior will still experience gravity. Gravity in this universe is part of the holographic illusion.
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Via Dr. Stefan Gruenwald, Pradeep Banerjee, Sakis Koukouvis
You've probably heard of Pi day held on 14 March, and might even know its rival Tau day on 28 June. But these circular numbers aren't the only mathematical constants worth celebrating. Just in time for today's date, known as Phi day, musician Michael Blake has composed a soundtrack in recognition of the golden ratio, represented by the Greek letter phi (see video above).
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Via Sakis Koukouvis, Digital Sustainability