Tag: algorithmic specified complexity
Algorithmic Specified Complexity: Measuring Mount Rushmore
A non-humanoid gelatinous alien might assign no meaning to the faces on Mount Rushmore if the alien had never seen a humanoid.
Algorithmic Specified Complexity: The Game of Life
Hobbyists have designed highly complex patterns using John Conway’s simple rules of birth, death, and survival.
Algorithmic Specified Complexity: Genesis
Winston Ewert discusses the mathematical foundation for why we know Mount Rushmore is designed in a way that Mount Fuji isn’t.
The Information Enigma: Going Deeper
To provide a deeper understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of information-based arguments, I will delve into the underlying mathematics.
Unifying Specified Complexity: Rediscovering Ancient Technology
Returning to your winter retreat, mentioned in the last post, the symbols you discovered remain on your mind.