Monthly Archives: June 2017

Math And The “Logical World”

One question I was always wondering is: Is Math simply a tool we use for calculations? Or it contains discoveries of something objective such as the Physics Laws we found about our world? On one hand, we did use Math … Continue reading

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From the “Chicken And Egg” Problem

Last night, my kid brought up the “chicken and egg” problem again: “Which one shows up first? Is it the chicken, or the egg? ┬áIf you don’t have the chicken, how can you have the eggs? And if you don’t … Continue reading

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Do You Still Believe In “Santa”?

Like me, my son is a pretty naive one. At his 3rd grade, when all his classmates already knew Santa Claus is just a “lie” and told him so, he still believed in Santa. But with so many nay-sayers, he … Continue reading

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