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How to Define Merit in Ontological Mathematics

The Ontology Despite the millions of words written about Meritocracy, Ontological Mathematics, and Illuminism, the objective definition of Merit has never been explicitly stated. ┬áSo I’ll do that here. It is important because of the central problem which prevents a … Continue reading

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The Smartest Person in the World on Climate Science & Greenie Environmentalism

Does anyone know who the smartest person in the world is? ┬áPossibly there are a few followers of this blog that know something more than me, but publicly, in terms of a person who tries to make a difference and … Continue reading

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