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  • Videos July 5th « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    Askloster Symposia Archive for Mathematical Sciences Philosophy Conferences Interviews and Workshops Askloster Symposia 2007 Videos July 5th Videos July 5th Video 1 Intoduction to Meeting by Georg WIKMAN SHIRD and Founder of Askloster Symposium Talk 1 Ernst BINZ A Basic Non Commutative Structure Heisenberg Algebras in Minkowski Space Signal Analysis Optics Quantization and Field Quantization http video google com videoplay docid 507672471805081316 Video 2 Concluding part of Talk by Ernst BINZ A Basic Non Commutative Structure Heisenberg Algebras in Minkowski Space Signal Analysis Optics Quantization and Field Quantization and subsequent Discussion Followed by First part of Talk 2 Basil HILEY Four roads to Bohm s quantum reality http video google com videoplay docid 8550780591245273027 Video 3 Basil HILEY Four roads to Bohm s quantum reality continued and concluded Plus subsequent Discussion http video google com videoplay docid 5394289334212935797 Video 4 Talk 3 Maurice De GOSSON Remarks on the fact that the uncertainty principle does not determine the quantum state Plus Subsequent Discussion http video google com videoplay docid 8735515859986753584 Pages Home Catalogue of Recordings and Supporting Material In Progress Conferences Interviews and Workshops Askloster Symposia 2004 2005 2006 2007 Timetable Abstracts Videos July 5th Videos July 6th Videos July 7th

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  • Videos July 6th « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    docid 2126015915422910616 Video 3 12 30 13 00 Discussion following Bob Coecke s Talk http video google com videoplay docid 591441412281062551 Video 4 14 45 15 45 Harald Atmanspacher Contextual emergence in physics and cognitive neuroscience http video google com videoplay docid 2704887529979902203 Video 5 14 45 15 45 Harald Atmanspacher Contextual emergence in physics and cognitive neuroscience continued http video google com videoplay docid 1090278325686697298 Video 6 15 45 16 15 Discussion following Harald Atmansparcher s Talk http video google com videoplay docid 5203136827089795580 Video 7 16 15 17 15 Georg Wikman Approaches to the Notion of Order through Similarity and Difference With A Case study of the Concept of Indistinguishable Twins followed by Discussion http video google com videoplay docid 1201941878834998187 Video 8 Georg Wikman Approaches to the Notion of Order through Similarity and Difference With A Case study of the Concept of Indistinguishable Twins continued http video google com videoplay docid 3281390046805507459 Video 9 Georg Wikman Approaches to the Notion of Order through Similarity and Difference With A Case study of the Concept of Indistinguishable Twins continued http video google com videoplay docid 3641050049349933114 Video 10 Georg Wikman Approaches to the Notion of Order through Similarity and

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  • Videos July 7th « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    A Novel Perspective on the Free Will Theorem The Invariant Set Hypothesis http video google com videoplay docid 18373697808391646697 Tim Palmer A Novel Perspective on the Free Will Theorem The Invariant Set Hypothesis concluded Followed by Discussion http video google com videoplay docid 33990784486553980 3 14 45 15 45 Isar Stubbe Dynamic logic a noncommutative topology of truth values Followed by Discussion http video google com videoplay docid 1790968072496004804 16

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  • Videos July 8th « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    by Discusssion http video google com videoplay docid 4460842328912232934 2 11 45 12 45 Paavo Pylkkanen The implicate order and consciousness http video google com videoplay docid 9146568889658537599 Paavo Pylkkanen The implicate order and consciousness concluded Followed by Discussion http video google com videoplay docid 5326384259467231483 14 45 15 45 Basil Hiley Four roads to Bohm s quantum reality Part II Plus General review of 2007 Askloster Meeting Followed by

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  • Abstracts « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    discuss this property from the point of view of the symplectic uncertainty principle we have introduced in previous work We also discuss the density matrix from the point of vie of deformation quantization by introducing the notion of Bopp pseudodifferential operator Basil Hiley From Process to Clifford Algebras a different approach to Quantum Phenomena Abstract Starting from a basic notion of process we construct two groupoids one orthogonal and one symplectic By introducing additional structure we convert these groupoids into orthogonal and symplectic Clifford algebras respectively We show how the orthogonal Clifford algebra which include the Schrödinger Pauli and Dirac formalisms describe the classical light cone structure of space time as well as providing a basis for the description of quantum phenomena By constructing an orthogonal Clifford bundle with a Dirac connection we make contact with quantum mechanics through the Bohm formalism which emerges quite naturally from the connection showing that it is a structural feature of the mathematics We then generalize the approach to include the symplectic Clifford algebra which leads us to a non commutative geometry with projections onto shadow manifolds These shadow manifolds are none other than examples of the phase space constructed by Bohm We also argue that this provides us with a mathematical structure that fits the implicate explicate order proposed by Bohm Lou Kauffman Knots and Physics Abstract These talks will discuss the relationship of knot theory to aspects of physics quantum gravity quantum information quantum computing statistical mechanics and how these relationships influence the evolution of knot theory as a topological subject state sums Jones polynomials virtual knot theory quantum link invariants spin networks Khovanov homology First talk This talk will discuss the bracket state summation model for the Jones polynomial how it is related to a generalization of Penrose spin networks and how this structure can be used to give sufficiently rich unitary braid group representations to generate quantum computing Second Talk How the Witten functional integral is related to Vassiliev invariants in knot theory and to loop quantum gravity Tim Palmer Bell Inequalities Free Variables and the Undecidability of Fractal Invariant Sets Abstract As emphasised by recent Free Will theorems the notion that quantum theory is not locally causal and cannot be embedded in a locally causal theory depends on treating experimental parameters as free variables Whilst superdeterminism there are no free variables may provide a way out of this conceptual difficulty it is hard to see how such a strong constraint could ever emerge from the sort of primitive notions of invariance and symmetry that underlie theoretical physics By contrast based on the notion of dynamical invariance a new class of locally causal physical theory is proposed which imposes weaker but nevertheless important constraints on the notion of free variables Specifically we consider a class of physical theory whose states are constrained to lie on dynamically invariant subsets of state space the Invariant Set Conjecture It is shown that any nontrivial property of fractal invariant sets is algorithmically undecidable We

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  • Timetable « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    24 11 00 11 30 Start of meeting introduction 11 30 12 30 Roger Penrose 12 30 13 00 Discussion 13 00 14 30 Lunch 14 45 15 15 Tim Palmer 15 15 16 15 Discussion 16 15 17 15 Ernst Binz 17 15 17 45 Discussion Evening Session Lou Kauffman Followed by Discussion FRIDAY JULY 25 AM Session Bob Coecke Followed by Discussion 13 30 14 30 Lunch 14 45 15 45 Basil Hiley 15 45 16 15 Discussion 16 15 17 15 Georg Wikman 17 15 17 45 Discussion SATURDAY JULY 26 10 30 11 30 Roger Penrose 11 30 12 00 Discussion 12 00 13 00 Lou Kauffman 13 00 13 30 Discussion 13 30 14 30 Lunch 14 45 15 45 Andreas Doering 15 45 16 15 Discussion 16 15 17 15 Barbara Piechocinska 17 15 17 45 Discussion SUNDAY JULY 27 10 30 11 30 Maurice de Gosson 11 30 11 45 Discussion 11 45 12 45 Ray Brummelhuis 12 45 13 15 Discussion 13 30 14 30 Lunch 14 45 15 45 Basil Hiley 15 45 16 15 Discussion 19 00 Dinner Pages Home Catalogue of Recordings and Supporting Material In Progress Conferences Interviews

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  • Videos July 24 « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    docid 7537829077845307948 Video 3 Roger PENROSE TALK 1 Conformal Cyclic Cosmology Ideas and Current Observational Status continued http video google com videoplay docid 7788618951481068657 Video 4 Roger PENROSE TALK 1 Conformal Cyclic Cosmology Ideas and Current Observational Status continued http video google com videoplay docid 5658335408454656004 Video 5 14 45 15 15 Tim PALMER Bell Inequalities Free Variables and the Undecidability of Fractal Invariant Sets http video google com videoplay docid 5259694794628802841 Video 6 Tim PALMER Bell Inequalities Free Variables and the Undecidability of Fractal Invariant Sets continued http video google com videoplay docid 4675606055736682901 Video 7 Tim PALMER Bell Inequalities Free Variables and the Undecidability of Fractal Invariant Sets concluded plus First Part of Ernst BINZ Quantization and Field Quantization http video google com videoplay docid 3132792488155841507 Video 8 Ernst BINZ Quantization and Field Quantization Continued http video google com videoplay docid 8574987180987333087 Video 9 Ernst BINZ Quantization and Field Quantization Continued http video google com videoplay docid 8380623564591574402 Ernst BINZ Quantization and Field Quantization Concluded Followed by First Part of Lou Kauffman Knots and Physics First of 2 Talks http video google com videoplay docid 4992699869905246088 Video 10 Lou Kauffman Knots and Physics First of 2 Talks continued

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  • Videos July 25 « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    video google com videoplay docid 8873830150168522750 Video 3 Basil Hiley From Process to Clifford Algebras a different approach to Quantum Phenomena continued http video google com videoplay docid 8460269022904653544 Video 4 Basil Hiley From Process to Clifford Algebras a different approach to Quantum Phenomena continued http video google com videoplay docid 7494370249393797952 Video 5 Basil Hiley From Process to Clifford Algebras a different approach to Quantum Phenomena concluded followed by Talk by Georg Wikman Part 1 Notions of Order and Structure and some views of the Nature of Mathematics inspired by David Bohm Part 2 The Mathematical Representation of Different yet Indistinguishable Entities http video google com videoplay docid 2582815046584109773 Video 6 Georg Wikman Part 1 Notions of Order and Structure and some views of the Nature of Mathematics inspired by David Bohm Part 2 The Mathematical Representation of Different yet Indistinguishable Entities continued http video google com videoplay docid 3731517939861164061 Video 7 Georg Wikman Part 1 Notions of Order and Structure and some views of the Nature of Mathematics inspired by David Bohm Part 2 The Mathematical Representation of Different yet Indistinguishable Entities continued and concluded Followed by First Part of Talk 1 of Saturday 26th July 2008 Second

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