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Statistics as the Logic of Science

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Limits, the First Step into Calculus

The concept of a limit is the central idea that underlies calculus and is the unifying mechanism that allows for differentials and integrals to be related. Calculus is used to model real-life phenomena in the language of mathematics. Anything that involves a rate of...

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What is an Integral?

The integral is a method to find the area under a curve. It is formulated as a sum of many smaller areas that approximate the area of the curve, all added together to find the total area. We let the number of areas under the curve approach infinity so the...

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Continuous Democracy System

The future of participatory direct democracy, as advocated by Bernie Sander, lies in information systems of coordination that allow deep public opinion to be integrated within a whole reflexive administrative state.  The ideal of a fully adaptive and sensitive...

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Quantum Computing Democracy

Consider the binary computer.  All bits have one of two states either 0 or 1, symbolic for 'off' and 'on' with reference to a circuit as symbolic of a 'fact of the world' propositionally, A is true or false.  In a quantum computer, the states may be occupied in...

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