Research

Facilitated Variation in the Genome

The discovery of DNA has transformed our view of biology.  Biology is not just organized chemicals – it is information at work.  One of the surprising discoveries in recent times is that cells can facilitate their own evolution.  Mutations can no longer be assumed to be haphazard accidents – many of them are triggered by......

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Natural and Artificial Intelligence

As science progresses in its understanding of the brain, new models of cognition are needed to make use of both modern advancements and the philosophical puzzles that they bring.  The Blyth Institute has been pioneering a new model for understanding cognitive processes based on Alan Turing’s work on non-algorithmic operators.  This has contributed both to......

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Other Research Topics

The Blyth Institute’s members do research on a number of additional topics, including mathematics, engineering, and cosmology. Technical Papers Holloway, Eric. 2020. “You Cannot Get Meaning from Randomness.” Communications of the Blyth Institute 2(2):39-40. Bartlett, Jonathan, Logan Gaastra, and David Nemati. 2020. Hyperreal Numbers for Infinite Divergent Series. Communications of the Blyth Institute 2(1):7-15. Bartlett,......

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Blyth Institute Press

Blyth Institute Press publishes monographs, edited volumes, and journals. Visit our Catalog

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