Fqxi Essay Contest

I've started to thumb through the entries; they're all freely available and everyone is invited to comment.So many of the submissions to FQXi's first two essay contests, on the nature of time and the limits of physics, were must-reads for anyone interested in fundamental physics, and I have high hopes for this round as well.

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Spekkens notes that any change in a theory’s dynamics can be compensated by an appropriate change in its kinematics, so that the modified theory and the original will have all the same observable consequences.

Despite of this, and that I rated 10 the other 2 above, we still have very bad ratings : on March 16th, rating was 5.3 (13 ratings) for Woit ; 3.9 (9 ratings) for myself. A try of argument for Platonism was given by Peter Martin Punin, "Defense of Scientific Platonism..".

Without my rating, you can figure out how absurdly low their rating would have been. See my comments there (As I noted there, that article has some points, but also some flaws), and in my Web page on the topic.

Perimeter Institute would like to congratulate Faculty member Robert Spekkens for his first place entry in FQXi’s fourth annual essay contest, with the theme “Questioning the Foundations: Which of Our Basic Physical Assumptions Are Wrong?

” The ,000 first prize was awarded to Spekkens for his essay, “The paradigm of kinematics and dynamics must yield to causal structure.” In the essay, Spekkens suggests that we question the usual distinction between a physical theory’s kinematics and dynamics.

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