Over 10,000 hits

Dear reader, there’s some reason to celebrate: a few days ago we passed the mark of 10,000 hits since the beginning of the year when this blog started (the official kickoff was on 16 December 2009, but the first real post was only published on 11 February 2010). This means 34 hits per day on average for Taking up Spacetime–a pretty good start. If there is one thing that I have learned from doing Taking up Spacetime, it’s that the philosophy of physics community is much larger than I thought it was, and that there are many more people interested in it from what I had imagined. Cool!

Of course, I will continue to improve the content by having more posts and more posts on recently debated issues in the philosophy of physics or thoughts I have about things I am working on. If you would like to see something different from what we have so far, or more (or less, for that matter) of something we already do, please let me know!


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One response to “Over 10,000 hits

  1. Nei Hawlk

    Is the missing ingredient in the emergence of spacetime a consideration of information theory (e.g. Shannon) Could “information” be the “additive” that makes the emergent whole greater than the sum of the parts? Information is relational and dynamic like a “worldsheet”.

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