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Your friendly neighborhood Philosophy Mod. :)

Research Psychologist and HF Engineer at NASA.
Background in Psychology, Philosophy, and Computer Science.

Interests / areas of study:
artificial intelligence, linguistics, natural language processing, evolutionary psychology, persuasion, perception, developmental psychology, cognitive neuroscience, philosophy of mind, philosophy of religion, perception/phenomenology, Kant, Hume, Buddha.

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Jul
4
comment Negative and positive energy and Hawking
Philosophy mod here - this question is speculative armchair philosophy at best (we typically frown on those); it is not grounded in any historical philosophy discussion that I'm aware of, and seems to command an understanding of physics that would be outside the realm of most philosophers ("negative energy"? I've never even heard of that). For these reasons we would close it just the same if it remains as currently formulated.
Feb
23
awarded  Editor
Feb
23
revised Do the particles that were found to break the speed of light really break Einstein's theory of relativity?
update to the study
Nov
18
comment What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
second test replicates findings
Nov
18
comment Do the particles that were found to break the speed of light really break Einstein's theory of relativity?
@Ron Maimon: Second test confirms findings
Nov
8
awarded  Supporter
Sep
24
awarded  Student
Sep
24
asked Do the particles that were found to break the speed of light really break Einstein's theory of relativity?
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer