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Ontological Mathematics in Thermodynamics

Students’ Confusion Found a really great quote in an undergraduate thermodynamics textbook I pulled out from my library the other day, which is a tacit approval of Ontological Mathematics.  Before we get to that part though, I’ll quote more of … Continue reading

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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.  So I’ll do that here. It is important because of the central problem which prevents a … Continue reading

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Leibniz & the Human Mind

An excellent webcast from the LaRouche group posted last week.  An absolute must-see! They comment on Gödel and Hilbert and make some excellent points regarding the logical positivist approach.  Still though, they were wrong to conclude that Gödel’s work meant that “there … Continue reading

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“Pythagoras was at it Already”

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Anon: “From your latest”: “Do you want to take down scientific materialism, the scientific anti-philosophical paradigm?  Do you want philosophy to use mathematics and physics better than science can, and to make philosophy once more reign supreme in intellectualism and … Continue reading

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Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem: Ontological Mathematics vs. Science

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Most people think that Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem means something about the final answer to everything being something that can never be attained, only more and more closely approximated, because any system of logic and its axioms will always be incomplete … Continue reading

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The Best Science Book in the Universe (…and the New World Order!)

The God Series of books by Mike Hockney are, truly, the best set of books on philosophy, science, politics, religion, psychology, death, and life, that have ever been produced in the history of man.  The latest book by Hockney is … Continue reading

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Ontological Mathematics for the Lay Person – Part 1

Something from Nothing What is the difference between the abstract concept of nothing versus the nothing of the mathematical ontological zero that represents the basis of reality? This is one of the most important things, probably the most important thing … Continue reading

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