What about Orbital Debris?- Georgios Ardavanis (Ph.D.)

In 1978, Donald Kessler, a NASA scientist, contested the large sky notion. In a study titled “Collision Frequency of Artificial Satellites: The Creation of a Debris Belt,” Kessler presented the case that there was a serious concern about the growing number of artificial objects in space. Kessler noted that it wasn’t simply these things’ sluggish growth […]

The Demystification of Chaos Through the Chua Circuit – Georgios Ardavanis (Ph.D.)

  We describe far too many situations in our day-to-day lives as chaotic or ask, “What chaos is this?” Take New York’s traffic, for instance. However, we also give disorder a deeper significance. In combination with the natural and environmental sciences, that is. For instance, when discussing how it is impossible to forecast weather for […]

2023, Rewriting the History of Humanity – Georgios Ardavanis (Ph.D.)

Somebody will tell me that with all the current natural, social, geostrategic, and hegemonical problems who the fuck cares about aliens. There is so much more to worry about in this world. However, it appears that 2023 is the time to rewrite the history of humanity. February 2023 President Biden announces that the US has […]

Managing Systems Engineering Problems – Georgios Ardavanis (Ph.D.)

One of the most common systems engineering problems that arise in large projects is the tendency of non-engineering managers to discount or minimize the problems that exist. However, to a great extent, managing a team of engineers and technologists is no different than managing a team in other specialized areas. As challenges and systems engineering […]

Thoughts about the Simulation Theory and Who is its Creator – Georgios Ardavanis (Ph.D.) 

According to the simulation theory, the entire universe is a computer-generated simulation. There may be conscious beings in this simulation who are unaware that they are in a simulation. The simulation hypothesis contends that rather than using a body of internally represented knowledge structured like a theory, individuals understand and predict mental states and behavior […]

The Cosmic View from Above – A Philosophical Perspective – Georgios Ardavanis (Ph.D.)

Every philosophical school has its interpretation of cosmic flight or the best perspective on life. The Epicureans, Stoics, and Platonists all found an “exercise of imagination through the infinite vastness of the universe.” Philosophy enriches and transforms established perception, bringing our worldview into conscious awareness. As a result, it is critical to question whether we […]

Exploring Time Travel – George Ardavanis (Ph.D.)

Even though we produce Time travel-themed television programs, motion pictures, and literature, most people concur that it is not conceivable on biological or philosophical grounds. The most frequent criticism is on contradictions like the “grandfather paradox.” According to this, you would not have been born if you went back in time and killed your grandfather […]