Saturday, September 19, 2015

Mark Zuckerberg says "I'm also curious about..." the mathematical law of social life.


Zuckerberg responds to Hawking: I bet there is a law that governs the balance of who and what we all care about.

Inconstancy. We think playing upon man is like playing upon on ordinary organ. It is indeed an organ, but strange, shifting and changeable. Those who only know how to play an ordinary organ would never be in tune with this one. You have to know where the keys are.

If God can turn a heart to make a person love Him, then it is something Mark Zuckerberg bets has a fundamental mathematical law underneath.

In a world where social influence is godlike power, the mathematicians know where the keys are to play everyone's hearts.

Because he didn't just say that the social laws direct people towards their cares: maybe we all care about hunger, maybe poverty, maybe Justice.

He said, who and what we all care about.

I wonder who that is?

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