Fasika M

Alexandria, VA, United States

About Fasika

Bio

M.Sc. Computer Science

An idea worth spreading

"If possible, tease people who take themselves and their knowledge too seriously."
• Nassim Nicholas Taleb

I'm passionate about

Any scientific topic (specially Quantum electrodynamics QED, cosmology, metaphysics, philosophy of mathematics, Artificial intelligence through Evolutionary Algorythms (partcularly Genetic programming

Talk to me about

Riemann Hypothesis, Pilot-Wave theory,

People don't know I'm good at

MetaPhysics, philosophy of Mathematics, Genetic programming to implement evolutionary algorythms to build AI modules or even making music (even though I'm a software engineer)

Comments & conversations

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Fasika M
Posted over 2 years ago
Mention one scientific theory you think needs adjustment. Why do you think that way?
Pilot wave theory needs way more attention. I personally believe the Copenhagen interpretation of Schrodinger's equation will soon give way to this theory. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilot_wave Here is a recent macroscopic experiment that shows how things like the double-slit experiment can be explained in a rather trivial manner. http://www.europhysicsnews.org/index.php?option=com_article&access=doi&doi=10.1051/epn/2010101&Itemid=129
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Fasika M
Posted over 2 years ago
What are the challenges that gifted and creative individuals face at present?
Even though I'm not comfortable putting myself in that 'gifted' category (man do I sound like a douche already), Here is my 'challenge'.Simply put; not carrying enough to put my stuff out there. I do what I do because I'm passionate about it and nothing else. One would think you'd be relentlessly calling math professors all over the country If you think you have solved some age old math question. Not this guy. And I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one out there. [ p.s. so after three years of sleeping on few functions, I have finally made a resolution to get my act together and find the energy to reach out to few professors and learn how to go about properly publishing Math journals.]