Fuzzy Logic in a Postmodern Era

Posted by admin on February 26, 2011
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An event is a spatio-temporally localizable occurrence. Each event in our universe can be defined within a  two-dimensional space in which one dimension is causality and the other is serendipity. Unfortunately, the  majority of scientists in the Modern Era in their fascination with rules of causality and wanting to believe in  a complete deterministic expression of the universe have banished all notions of serendipity to the realm of  fiction, religion and/or, the occult. But the hegemony of Newtonian causality finally crumbled under the  gravity of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle which demonstrated that an external observer can never  acquire enough information to fully express the state of a system.
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