We are very pleased to announce the 33rd Annual Conference on Maturing Young Scientific Theories: Emerging Resolutions for Yielding Heuristic Unphysics using Noncomputation Techniques. The website for the conference is at http://web.mit.edu/puzzle/www/heuristic/ and the poster can be found here.

New modes of thinking and doing are needed to adapt to the complexities of modern life. Nowadays research is pushing forward, looking for complex, heterogeneous models for intractable problems. By bringing together the theoretical frameworks of Heuristic Unphysics with the engineering models of Noncomputation Techniques, we can truly begin to look for the Conditional Operator on Interdimensional Nature.

We have an exciting program planned out for attendees, including a plenary lecture:

Unphysics of the Atlasphere
Prof. John Galt

12 noon EST
Friday January 17th, 2014
Kresge Auditorium, MIT

Contemporary accounts of unexplained phenomena are grounded in
ontological constructions that fail to recognize the ways enigmas fail to
match our preconceptions. Indeed, the search for explanation through
epistemological games will not yield a resolution. The fundamental
theories underlying our understanding of these clues must yield to
other, more objective modes of understanding reality. In order to explain
these puzzling happenings, we turn to the emerging study of so-called
heuristic unphysics, which begins with the Axiom of the Atlasphere:
Existence is Identity, Consciousness is Identification. From this, a
holistic understanding of the interplay between meta-structures and
unsolvable mysteries will lead to an exciting chase through modern
noncomputation techniques. From these tools we will uncover underlying
truths regarding the nature and location of hidden treasures.

We are sure that your participation will make this a stellar event. Looking forward to seeing you on January 17th!