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Title text: You can also just use an infinite quantity of compasses as on-off switches. |
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- as
- Mathematicians supposedly proved you couldnt back in 1882
- Imagine your compass and straightedge.
- They were wrong
- First, you put a pencil on one end of the compass and an eraser on the other
- Second you designate any number of tiny boxes on your straightedge. Using the compass, you can draw or erase symbols on the straightedge.
- And what's that called?
- So, now we can rephrase the problem: Using only a computer, can you construct a square with the same area as a given circle?
- A turing machine
- Using this general method, we can unlock all compass and straightedge" problems/
- Accidentally or strategically2 are you missing the point
- I'm mosting
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- (That slapping sound you hear is Scott Aaronson reading this and thrusting his palm against his face.)
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