Subir Sarkar

Subir Sarkar was interviewed by Sabine Hossenfelder last month, but I didn’t capture the link then:

Interesting content in the “Einstein was right when he said he was wrong” domain when it comes to the cosmological constant. Pointing to to some radically “new” ideas being needed to fix anomalies in physics. (That’s new as in old, but ignored.) But as I tweeted at the time, it is a fine interview anyway – proper respect between scientists with different disciplines of expertise and levels of experience.

Was prompted also to read this “Heart of Darkness” by Subir Sarkar on the same topic in a magazine called Inference. More spooky convergences, as “Active Inference” is this month’s topic in Cybernetics & Systems Thinking generally.

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