## Thoughts on Falsifiability and Popper

Today we look at falsifiability and see that it is not just about showing that a theory should be able to be proven wrong, if it is wrong.

Today we look at falsifiability and see that it is not just about showing that a theory should be able to be proven wrong, if it is wrong.

In this article, we look at infinity and whether it is, a mathematics insists, a quantity/number of a potential.

In this article, we explore what mathematics is. As well as why it is so useful. Not because it reflects a Platonic super-realm, but because it is a vital requirement of human cognition.

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Today are are continuing our discussion of “A Rational Cosmology”. We discuss space and matter and whether any of them … matter!

We define atheism in manner many of you will find controversial. But, we have given this a lot of thought and despite any objections I know many of you will have, these definitions are not only non-problematic but better than the standard definitions you might use.

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A discussion of the philosophy of Niels Bohr and some of its influences, such as pragmatism. We will explore these by looking at some Bohr quotes.

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Our fourth episode discusses the concept of the “possible” and provides a brief argument for why we do not think artificial intelligence is possible.