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RE: Satuday meanderings...Postmodernist math, and why it makes sense to idiots.

in Deep Dives7 months ago

I have so much trouble in these areas because.

  • I know math is wrong. (the assumption that you can always add 1 to a number makes math broken)
  • I know science is wrong. (after the Michelson-Morley (not quite an) experiment, everything went the wrong way, away from facts)
  • I know the ball earth model is wrong. (or light follows the curvature of the earth... which it might, which totally fucks up science, see previous note)
  • I know anthropology is wrong (because there are things on this planet that are made with technology more advanced then ours, and so it disposes of idea of we just came down from the trees...)

Basically, all the hard science are broken. Most beyond repair.

So, i do not believe in modern materialistic science because i believe in the aether and do not believe in black holes.
But, these post modernists don't believe in science because its hard.

I hate being on the same side as them.

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I know math is wrong. (the assumption that you can always add 1 to a number makes math broken.

ok - lets test the 1+1 (+1,+1,...)...
You add one hive into my account - and if i DOES NOT increase by one, I'll give you two back.
Lets repeat it 10,000 times and come to a conclusion after that, based on the findings....???lol

So, i do not believe in modern materialistic science....
You believe in the science enough to utilize it. You have faith in it....the computer interface/phone.

Science is not fixed it evolves. thats called scientific process.

because i believe in the aether and do not believe in black holes.

I'm more of proponent of the 'electric unicers theory myself' (what little I know).

Don't 'throw the baby out with the bathwater' - you'll become a postmodern thinker! lolol

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I disagree with them, and I disagree with you, I am disagreeable...

(the assumption that you can always add 1 to a number makes math broken)

I agree that the concept of "infinity" is incoherent.

However, this does not automatically invalidate the EFFICACY of mathematics as a whole.