Philipp Elhaus
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Recent content on Philipp ElhausHugo 0.125.2en-usSun, 19 May 2024 20:17:35 +0200Network Redesign
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Sun, 19 May 2024 20:17:35 +0200https://philippelhaus.github.io/blog/posts/network-redesign/This is not really related to the ToE like the rest of the blog, but who cares? It’s my site and my blog. If you’re into networking, this might be interesting for you anyway.
Today, I remodeled my home network. I was not happy with the old design, even though it worked fine. This is basically my development environment, and it bothered me that I did not have a clean structure.Risk: Probability & Impact
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Thu, 16 May 2024 21:58:46 +0200https://philippelhaus.github.io/blog/posts/risk-probability-impact/Today I figured out the correct way to model the Probability-Impact Matrix that was used to illustrate the Risks Description. Initially, before I “got” perspective, I had only the probability-impact line going in a y=-x function way. I was always rather unhappy with it, even though it -sort of- checked out. But impact and probability were basically fixed on that line and seemed ultimately not completely right.
Once it clicked with me I was able to fix this within minutes.Eulers Identity: Suspicions
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Thu, 09 May 2024 12:08:24 +0200https://philippelhaus.github.io/blog/posts/eulers-identity-suspicions/Of course Euler’s Formula and, subsequently, Euler’s Identity are very close to the WTF-Model.
I’ve had suspicions on the whereabouts of the different constants, namely e, i, and π.
Even though it’s perspective dependent, it is pretty clear to me that i, the imaginary unit, is directly in the center. But from the peripheral aka global perspective, as from the local one, i is replaced by the prime numbers.
I stumbled upon e, Euler’s number (2.New: Overlay Categories
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Sun, 05 May 2024 22:22:59 +0200https://philippelhaus.github.io/blog/posts/overlay-categories/Today, I added the ability to selectively toggle certain categories of overlays. I decided to group the current 36 options into the following categories:
Default Math Physics Engineering Popular Misc The major motivation here is to avoid overwhelming new users. As inferred from the model itself (how beautiful…), simplicity is key - yet also challenging due to its low entropy (one of the “key problems” mankind will eternally struggle with).New Blog: What this will be about
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Sun, 21 Apr 2024 22:03:20 +0200https://philippelhaus.github.io/blog/posts/first/This is my new Blog. I will primarily talk about the WTF-Model, which is the Lightweight-Theory of Everything i’ve been working on for quite some time.
Even though i was able to find this marvel, describe and understand it fully (to the best of my abilities), the second part -the harder part- of the task here really seems on how to put this in as simple as possible words so i can communicate the model to others.