Ex-News JunkieSome interesting videos on mathematicsSun Jul 30, 2017 7:34pm2001:1970:5c22:6100:150f:6e18:46fa:a62aDomain of Science - The Map of Mathematics

Numberphile - Godel's Incompleteness Theorem

Numberphile - Godel's Incompleteness (extra footage 1)

Numberphile - Godel's Incompleteness (extra footage 2)

If there is an infinite set of inconsistent mathematical abstractions, then perhaps it might help to distinguish the "consistent" universe from the "inconsistent" universe in the same way "pure" and "applied" math are distinguished now. Like the Pythagoreans, maybe it will be a long time before somebody articulates the requisite notation to define these abstractions correctly without resorting to mysticism.

Ancient-meets-modern philosophy — Ex-News Junkie, Sun Jul 30 3:42pm" Pythagoras of Samos (570–495 BC) was an Ionian Greek philosopher, mathematician, and putative founder of the Pythagoreanism movement. He is often revered as a great mathematician and scientist and... more

- Some interesting videos on mathematics — Ex-News Junkie, Sun Jul 30 7:34pm

Counterarguments to lateral abstraction as a fundamental — Ex-News Junkie, Mon Jul 31 9:02pmbasis of reality.... - gravity waves which suggest that space and time are real and act as a fluid medium of some sort - cosmic microwave background assumed to be emitted during recombination which... more

Black hole model of the universe — Ex-News Junkie, Tue Aug 1 7:48pmSo I fall back my preferred model that the entire universe is a black hole: ... that the event horizon of a black hole with a mass equal to all the matter in the visible universe... is much larger... more

Nomenclature — Ex-News Junkie, Tue Aug 1 7:59pmSpace-time and lateral states written as dimensions: x,y,z,t,i

Complex Spacetime and Kaluza-Klein Theory — Ex-News Junkie, Wed Aug 2 4:48pmComplex Spacetime "In mathematics and mathematical physics, complex spacetime extends the traditional notion of spacetime described by real-valued space and time coordinates to complex-valued space... more

Imaginary Numbers — Ex-News Junkie, Wed Aug 2 5:15pm"Although Greek mathematician and engineer Heron of Alexandria is noted as the first to have conceived these numbers, Rafael Bombelli first set down the rules for multiplication of complex numbers in ... more

A shot in the dark — Ex-News Junkie, Wed Aug 2 5:41pmWhat if space-time is in polar coordinates instead: - angle a - angle b - radius R (a single spatial distance between any two particles) plus time t (a scalar time dimension that gives us relative... more

Curved Space in Polar Coordinates — Ex-News Junkie, Wed Aug 2 5:57pmIf there is only one spatial dimension, how can it lead to the curved space of general relativity? Well, if the other dimensions are angular (circular), then instead of being linear, maybe all the... more

The Big Bang — Ex-News Junkie, Wed Aug 2 6:30pmSo maybe mass determines the tightness of the spiral dimensions, which in turn determines whether the spiral manifests as an angular dimension (or imaginary, or lateral dimension) or whether the... more

After all is said and done — Ex-News Junkie, Thu Aug 3 5:33pmI have no idea what I'm talking about! I would need a degree in math and a degree in physics (at least) to begin to comprehend general relativity and the standard model and all the other grand... more

Phenomena I've attempted to address — Ex-News Junkie, Thu Aug 3 7:07pm- a mechanism for the early hot dense state of universe as a very large particle shower trapped in a very small (but inflating) space, both resulting from the energy released when a circular... more

Prime numbers — Ex-News Junkie, Sat Aug 5 1:17pmMore thoughts on how the universe is easier to understand if it is represented using polar coordinates, where there is only one dimension of space, and therefore space can only be curved if it is a... more

String Theory — Ex-News Junkie, Mon Aug 28 3:13pmWhat if everything in the cosmos is a string? 3-dimensional space could be an illusion... It could be two angular dimensions and one radial dimension, i.e. spherical coodinates. The angular... more

S(pring) Theory — Ex-News Junkie, Mon Aug 28 6:27pmA string that vibrates is acting like a spring. Springs store energy. Hooke's Law: E = k . x^2 ... So when a particle travels through space it is transferring energy in & out of the spring, to & from ... more