tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post3649882985158791771..comments2024-02-05T10:28:25.472-08:00Comments on Transcendental Physics: BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE CALCULUS OF DIMENSIONAL DISTINCTIONS Installments 1 through 4Edward R. Closehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09760282480966828326noreply@blogger.comBlogger10125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post-56621677206376245112017-03-21T11:47:46.670-07:002017-03-21T11:47:46.670-07:00Something that both Dr. Neppe and I hold to be a b...Something that both Dr. Neppe and I hold to be a basic axiom of TDVP is that reality is a meta-logical system and mathematics is a reflection of the structure of reality.Edward R. Closehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09760282480966828326noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post-27478076706838830312017-03-21T05:47:29.645-07:002017-03-21T05:47:29.645-07:00Oh, that's interesting! I thought this was rat...Oh, that's interesting! I thought this was rather new.<br />It is indeed fascinating how sometimes we discover purely mathematical or logical things, then we realize that they actually reflect a part of reality. Zordial Quloghttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13876390588438779143noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post-54201891890260531512017-03-20T21:16:23.981-07:002017-03-20T21:16:23.981-07:00Thank you for this comment. In the preface to Laws...Thank you for this comment. In the preface to Laws of Form, George Spencer Brown said that he and his brother had been using the Boolean counterparts of i and a+bi in practical engineering for several years before realizing what they were. And this was written in 1972. But what I find to be important in the application of the CoDD, is how the appearance of i in an n-dimensional problem indicattes the existence of an additional dimension.Edward R. Closehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09760282480966828326noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post-56728893260917860822017-03-20T11:11:58.498-07:002017-03-20T11:11:58.498-07:00I'm still going over the proof, but, there is ...I'm still going over the proof, but, there is an interesting thing to comment:<br /><br />In computer programs, some systems make an explicit usage of something we call "triboolean logic", that is logic in which boolean expressions can be either true, false or indeterminate (or uncertain).<br />A computer program that uses that formalism looks like this:<br /><br />if ( certainly(a < b) )<br /><br /> this is the case where ( a < b ) -> true<br /><br />else if ( certainly_not( a < b ) )<br /> <br /> this is the case where (a < b ) -> false<br /><br />else<br /> <br /> this is the case where is uncertain whether ( a < b ) is true or false<br /> <br /><br />There are several domains within computational systems (computational geometry for instance) in which programs must explicitly use this logic.<br /><br />Incidentally, I introduced this formalism in a couple of computer systems so I'm quite familiar with the usage of such multivalued-logic.<br /><br />Some computer systems also formalize the "meaningless" option of ordinary boolean logic, but are much less common that the example I presented.Zordial Quloghttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13876390588438779143noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post-55011316124340315062017-03-18T18:25:39.266-07:002017-03-18T18:25:39.266-07:00I think this particular orientation matches partic...I think this particular orientation matches particular well with renowed novelist Terry Pratchet and his Discworld universe. Where there are little gods and big gods all existing based purely on their believers willing them to exist. Unknownhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07346101497019862892noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post-83119682691427977322017-03-14T21:02:57.976-07:002017-03-14T21:02:57.976-07:00I have no argument with this concept of collective...I have no argument with this concept of collective conscious reality. You'll see, I think, that the CoDD is meaningful and operational in this context.Edward R. Closehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09760282480966828326noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post-71796922713311864362017-03-13T12:17:09.734-07:002017-03-13T12:17:09.734-07:00Typo correction to my comment above: 'If perce...Typo correction to my comment above: 'If perception is relative, and complete independence is an illusion, is there never an objective reality completely independent of individual consciousness? Well, Ed, in my mystically-initiated opinion, this has to be, if my Ultimate Force's Fundamental Calculus, based on 'Y=X Squared plus One' is to be taken into account, and where your TDVP treatise also becomes fundamental to the One of the formula. Full details follow, if hopefully of further interest:<br /><br />The Ultimate Force’s Fundamental Calculus – According to Brian! The following URL refers:<br /><br />https://www.facebook.com/notes/174177261444/The%20Ultimate%20Force%E2%80%99s%20Fundamental%20Calculus%20-%20According%20to%20Brian!/10154205041396445/<br />cosmosclubhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/08061996211348539057noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post-58647484960740468972017-03-13T07:40:18.048-07:002017-03-13T07:40:18.048-07:00My view is that the "most fundamental objecti...My view is that the "most fundamental objective reality" is a finite collection of individual consciousness. The existence, autonomy and distinctiveness of each such individual consciousness, or free-will agent as I prefer to call it, is independent of all the others; therefore, there is a certain absolute distinction, ontologically, that can be drawn.<br />On the other hand, said agents, despite being autonomous, interact and impact each other in such a way that the perception, even *self*-perception, of any single one, becomes relative to the impact made by all others.<br />In consequence, the *perceived* reality, which is the one that matters since it is the one against which the agents operate, is effectively what they collectively make of it (hence, relative).<br /><br />[and "the ME" within me is one such free-will agent]Zordial Quloghttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13876390588438779143noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post-56746959908636199692017-03-13T02:52:58.550-07:002017-03-13T02:52:58.550-07:00'If perception is relative, and complete indep...'If perception is relative, and complete independence is an illusion, is there never an objective reality completely independent of individual consciousness? Well, Ed, in my mystically-initiated opinion, there has to be, if my Ultimate Force's Fundamental Calculus, based on 'Y=X Squared plus One' is to be taken into account, and where your TDVP treatise also becomes fundamental to the One of the formula. Full details follow, if hopefully of further interest:<br /><br />The Ultimate Force’s Fundamental Calculus – According to Brian! The following URL refers:<br /> <br />https://www.facebook.com/notes/174177261444/The%20Ultimate%20Force%E2%80%99s%20Fundamental%20Calculus%20-%20According%20to%20Brian!/10154205041396445/<br /><br />cosmosclubhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/08061996211348539057noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2896819740098465917.post-38714212540704550112017-03-12T19:03:51.253-07:002017-03-12T19:03:51.253-07:00Thank you for this introduction Edward. I'm lo...Thank you for this introduction Edward. I'm looking forward to the next piece!Zordial Quloghttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13876390588438779143noreply@blogger.com