David Anthonio
David is a third year econometrics student and is also TA at the university. He loves swimming, but his biggest passion is mathematics. His other passion is writing articles. He does this as active member of VESTING for the MC. Combining his passions you can expect him to write about mathematics. Age: 20 Study: Econometrics and Operations Research

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David Anthonio
Quantum immortality

Quantum immortality

In quantum mechanics, physicists have come up with all kinds of thought experiments. Quantum suicide and quantum immortalilty are examples of these thought experiments. They are a variation on the most famous problem in quantum mechanics, Schrödinger’s cat. This...

The raven paradox

The raven paradox

The raven paradox Econometricians face difficult problems. One of the hardest problems one can encounter is a paradox. The raven paradox is such a problem and was first proposed by logician Carl Gustav Hempel. The paradox has its basis in statististics. In this...

Newcomb’s paradox

Newcomb’s paradox

Let's suppose that we have a game with two players. One is a person that will make a decision and the other is a supercomputer that will try and predict that decision beforehand. This computer has been tested many times and the testers have worked out that the...

The Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test

The Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test

In statistics we are often estimating parameters and then, using some hypothesis test, we can find out if we should either reject our null hypothesis or not. Now in these tests we almost always rely on some known distribution of a so-called test statistic. Let us...

STOP ONLINE EXAMS!

STOP ONLINE EXAMS!

Due to fast spread of COVID-19 the whole world has turned upside down in an instant. The corona virus already had many consequences. Many countries have been in complete lockdown, schools were closed down and leaving the house was only allowed to get necessary...

The many-worlds theory

The many-worlds theory

The many-worlds theory or also know as many-worlds interpretation is one of the two most supported theories within quantum mechanics. The theory was first proposed by Hugh Everett at the age of 26. That is also the reason why this theory was claimed to be nonsense by...