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Euclidean distance and others: non Eu...

Euclidean distance and others: non Euclidean geometries [Part 3]

Every day, everyone asks itself about the best way to move from a point A to a point B. Usually, if you are always late like me, you want to pick the shortest way. To define the shortest way between two points can be really easy in some cases but not in all. All distances […]

This sentence is false: if yuo can ra...

This sentence is false: if yuo can raed tihs, yuo msut be raelly smrat - logic and paradoxes in Probability

Warning "The illusion of mind" is a very interesting topic but so hard and subtle to treat. In this post, I do not want to deal with such issue from a psychological point of view and, indeed, I have no knowledge to do it. ┬áMy aim is to play: in several circumstances human intuition is […]