The Nature of Beauty meets Proof of Work?
Samuel Arbesman
Alchemy, Computation, and the Complexity of Modeling the World
Samuel Arbesman
Finding the misfit research + tech organizations
Samuel Arbesman
A sort-of-anagram from Newton’s Letters. How do you demonstrate that you know something—or discovered something first—without giving away your secret? …
Samuel Arbesman
Proxima Centauri. There is a certain delight to finding facts and bits of information that don’t quite make sense. Whether it’s the discovery of a weir…
Samuel Arbesman
Printing in 1568. In the first half of the Twentieth Century, Emanuel Haldeman-Julius began publishing Little Blue Books in a small town in southeaster…
Samuel Arbesman
Failure Modes and Technology
Samuel Arbesman
American Chestnuts, Shifting Baseline Syndrome, and What is Normal
Samuel Arbesman
Glitches, the Mathematics of Protozoa, and Computational Delight
Samuel Arbesman
An Alternate North America. I don’t know if this is something that happens to others, but in times of uncertainty and tumult, I find refuge in alternat…
Samuel Arbesman
Or, Why I'm delighted by Dwarf Fortress even though I've never actually played it
Samuel Arbesman
Or, Overthinking the Toy Story franchise
Samuel Arbesman