Hemeroteca del Autor

Einstein Millan Arcia: PDVSA; La Ultima Barbarie

Por • 23 abr, 2018 • Category: Nacionales

17-04-2018. En lo que parece ser la etapa terminal de PDVSA, lo que queda del ejecutivo nacional, ha dado carta blanca al principiante rechazado por las empresas mixtas por incapaz. El mismo que funge como presidente de la industria petrolera nacional; la más importante del país e irónicamente la más pervertida y lastimada. De acuerdo […]



Manifiesto a los venezolanos en defensa del Esequibo (Comunicado)

Por • 23 abr, 2018 • Category: Nacionales

16-04-2018. Por las acciones y actuaciones que está realizando la República Cooperativa de Guyana,el El Instituto de Estudios Fronterizos de Venezuela (IDEFV) y el Frente Institucional Militar (FIM), se pronunciaron con respecto a la situación que se vive actualmente en el Esequibo a fin de desconocer la vigencia del Acuerdo de Ginebra. A continuación el […]



The Eurasian Union and Complex Systems Theory

Por • 23 abr, 2018 • Category: Educacion

The contemporary, no less active processes taking place on the periphery of Russia and at other points of the planet also hint towards paradigmatic geopolitical developments. But if earlier this appeared as a threat to nation-states, then today the idea of nation-state has sunk into oblivion and modern science even possesses an explanation for these processes. Balancing between order and chaos, which necessarily arise out of the properties of complex systems, and the pluralistic and non-linear thinking characteristic of their descriptions will be useful not only for explaining the changes already underway, but will also aid in designing the new reality of the Eurasian Union. The main task is choosing the right equivalents between current geopolitical perturbations and the theories of complex adaptive systems. This is at least totally possible on a theoretical level, and as an experiment it could be extremely useful for forecasting and modeling integration processes and possible threats against them.



The Battle for History – Part II

Por • 23 abr, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

The symbolism of the ancient Assyrian-Babylonian kings (and the Russian Tsars were successors of the Roman Empire, which, according to the Book of Daniel, succeeded the Babylonian empire – Russian scribes developed this inheritance in the “Tale of the Kingdom of Babylon” and the “Tale of Borma Yaryzhka” [2]) included a red bull and a white falcon (or white deer). The Russian Tsar was a White Tsar, that is to say autonomous, not dependent on anyone (in the social sphere, the “white kingdom” is related to the “white towns” and “white clergy” [3]) and a Red Tsar, the anointed commander of the host. The February conspiracy was led by generals and the episcopate [4]. This last point must be acknowledged, as it does not contradict the Soviet (and its mirror opposite, the anti-Soviet) version of the “monarchist clergy.” Investigations by the historian, Dr. Mikhail Babkin, have laid this problem bare. They also explained extremely well why the idea of an Orthodox monarchy is unpopular in contemporary Church circles.



Contextuality, Witness of Quantum Weirdness

Por • 23 abr, 2018 • Category: Leyes

The notion of contextuality, which emerges from a theorem established by Simon Kochen and Ernst Specker (1960-1967) and by John Bell (1964-1966), is certainly one of the most fundamental aspects of quantum weirdness. If it is a questioning on scholastic philosophy and a study of contrafactual logic that led Specker to his demonstration with Kochen, it was a criticism of von Neumann’s “proof” that led John Bell to the result. A misinterpretation of this famous “proof” will lead them to diametrically opposite conclusions. Over the last decades, remarkable theoretical progresses have been made on the subject in the context of the study of quantum foundations and quantum information. Thus, the graphic generalizations of Cabello-Severini-Winter and Acin-Fritz-Leverrier-Sainz raise the question of the connection between non-locality and contextuality. It is also the case of the sheaf-theoretic approach of Samson Abramsky et al., which also invites us to compare contextuality with the logical structure of certain classical logical paradoxes.



Quantum Algorithm Implementations for Beginners

Por • 23 abr, 2018 • Category: Ciencia y tecnología

As quantum computers have become available to the general public, the need has arisen to train a cohort of quantum programmers, many of whom have been developing classic computer programs for most of their career. While currently available quantum computers have less than 100 qubits, quantum computer hardware is widely expected to grow in terms of qubit counts, quality, and connectivity. Our article aims to explain the principles of quantum programming, which are quite different from classical programming, with straight-forward algebra that makes understanding the underlying quantum mechanics optional (but still fascinating). We give an introduction to quantum computing algorithms and their implementation on real quantum hardware. We survey 20 different quantum algorithms, attempting to describe each in a succintc and self-contained fashion; we show how they are implemented on IBM’s quantum computer; and in each case we discuss the results of the implementation with respect to differences of the simulator and the actual hardware runs. This article introduces computer scientists and engineers to quantum algorithms and provides a blueprint for their implementations.



Symbol and Reality

Por • 21 abr, 2018 • Category: Filosofía

Twice during the last fifteen years did scholars, of many callings and countries, collaborate and, by Festschrift and commemorative volume, express their appreciation of the work of ERNST CASSIRER. Since the turn of the century, in many languages and more than a hundred books, essays and articles, the thought of this great among contemporary philosophers has ranged from compendious historical investigations into the “problem of knowledge”, interpretations of culture-periods, philosophers, scientists, poets to penetrating analyses of mathematics, physics, chemistry, psychology, history, linguistics and mythology. Yet, while Cassirer achieved early fame with well-documented presentations of other men’s ideas, his own philosophy was not developed before the poblication of his Philosophie der Symbolischen Formen, the latest volume of which appeared in 1929, at a time when in Germany phenomenology and the “Lebens-philosophischen” precursors of existentialism had all but eclipsed the classicism of Cassirer’s theme and style. His philosophy proper could, therefore, neither receive the attention which a German intelligentsia gave to lesser intellectual events in the anxious pre-Hitler days; nor could an English-language audience, lacking a complete translation of his principal work, satisfy the interest in his thought which some of his (translated) books had already provoked.



The Third Rome and the “Cult of Victory”

Por • 21 abr, 2018 • Category: sociologia

Today, we can openly talk about developing a “civil religion” in Russia, the “cult of Victory”, combining it with a “new national ideology”, which has been in creation for a long time. In addition, for some “new statists” and part of the Communists, including a more wider context of the “Soviet”, the “USSR-2”, etc, it is almost salvation, while for others, especially the liberals and “diminutive nationalists”, and even the “regionalists” (or separatists, if you like), it causes a difficult storm of emotions. The sympathy for our last world war military and political opponents unites a variety of groups: from liberals to Russian Nazis, from Jewish oligarchs to almost insane anti-Semites. Unfortunately, some of the so-called “white spectrum” joined it, and in our opinion, only pushed the Russian people away from the “white cause”, from sympathy that was more common in the early 1990’s. It should be noted that this is not about the “fascism and anti-fascism” of the National Socialist ideology (that is a special issue), but mostly about the military campaign of Germany in the 1940’s.



De las categorías del pensamiento económico

Por • 21 abr, 2018 • Category: Economía

Conocer las fuentes últimas de una disciplina intelectual es una función tan natural y necesaria del entendimiento humano, que la propia evidencia nos demuestra la lentitud con la que se hace consciente a aquellos que la trabajan y desarrolla. Pues no por natural deja de ejercer una extraña reacción en la medida en que su desvelamiento exige de un ejercicio por conocer incompatible con esa inclinación natural con la que abrazamos la inmediatez -matriz, por cierto, fundante de lo económico. Y, sin embargo, a pesar del esfuerzo creciente que han adoptado las distintas ramas del saber en general y de lo económico en particular por familiarizarse con su campo de acción, tal objetivo queda interrumpido si por ello concebimos una paciente entrega hacia la Verdad. Porque no hay perseverancia que goce de estima si de ella no podemos extraer el deleite supremo que equivale a entender las razones que lo inclinan a saber el modo en que sabe. Solo así el conocimiento de la cosa se expande hasta sus límites aclarando que lo que ella es como expresión en esto o lo otro solo le pertenece a un instante de ese recorrido más prolongado que apunta a esa suerte de auto-reconocimiento.



The Battle for History: Part I

Por • 21 abr, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

“The battle forActually, the simplest inferences convince us that time is, at best, a very grand convention. The past has passed, and it’s not anymore. The future can only be yet to be, and it is also not. The present is a unit that tends to zero. But we know that zero is identical to infinity. From the point of view of infinity, there is neither a past nor a future. To be more precise, all is one. Everything always is and is in everything. History is a myth. According to A. F. Losev, the myth is an “open magical name”; he also held that “myth is miracle” without a human origin. history.” What does this mean? What battle could we be speaking of, if history is the past and, as we are told, we cannot return any further?