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Andrius Kulikauskas

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Andrius Kulikauskas: Here are my priorities for collaborating with others.

John Harland

  • Record and study John's understanding of quantum probability theory.
  • Study and discuss Wigner's theorem.
  • Understand how CPT symmetry relates to Bott periodicity and random matrices.
    • Learn about conductors, insulators, semiconductors. Read Feynman's lectures on quantum physics.
  • Finish and present my calculation of a combinatorial interpretation of the wave function.
  • Master {$SU(2)$}, relate that to the other Lie groups, and present this in a video.
    • Understand Dirac's equation, spinors, spin groups.
  • Understand special relativity. Read Brilloiun's Relativity Reexamined.
    • Learn about general relativity and Einstein's field equations.
  • Read about interpretations of quantum physics: Travis Norsen. Foundations of Quantum Mechanics.
    • Understand Bell's inequalities.
  • Learn how to calculate with Feynman diagrams.

Jere Northrop

  • Study Jere's ways of figuring thing out in developing his Relational Symmetry Paradigm.
    • Record his thoughts on his writings and how he thought through his ideas.
    • Identify his three minds.
    • Look for the divisions of everything upon which his three minds act.
    • Ask him to express these concepts using the Ododu language.
  • Support Jere's project to encourage individuals to apply TimberFish technology, developing an econet.
  • Help Jere in his study of Wondrous Wisdom.

Daniel Friedman

  • Help Daniel understand Wondrous Wisdom and related mathematics, whatever interests him.
  • Express Active Inference in terms of Wondrous Wisdom, where the relevant gap for me is between the Unconscious (the world) and the Conscious (the entity).
  • Extend Active Inference with a third mind, Consciousness, and other concepts from Wondrous Wisdom.
  • Understand the Bayesian statistics of Active Inference and relate that to the probability distributions relevant for orthogonal Sheffer polynomials, relevant for decision-making, and also the Raudys hierarchy of statistical classifiers, which may express divisions of everything.
  • Study the paper he coauthored, Shared Protentions in Multi-Agent Active Inference, with special attention to understanding the category theory, but also the active inference, Bayesian probability and Husserlian phenomenology of consciousness of time.

Aslam Kakar

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