Tag: Israel

The Implications of Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem For Observance of the Jewish Sabbath

I’m fascinated by the way loopholes and unforeseen problems arise in the design of systems. When I was at a university, I worked one day a week at a computer games company testing games. Even though computer and board games

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Slouching Towards Bethlehem

After Jordan, I spent a week in Israel. Jerusalem is a fascinating city crammed full of too much history for its own good. You might think you have problems with your neighbours, but at least your disputes don’t have a

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