The NSTP (Non - Spatial Thinking Process) Theory as a Masterkey : Non - Spatial Universal Mechanics

Written by Dr Kedar Joshi

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Thus, in computer terminology, inrepparttar NSTP model of realityrepparttar 127621 hardware ofrepparttar 127622 universe is composed of non - spatial feelings, while its central software is made of superhuman thoughts, andrepparttar 127623 peripheral software is made of non - superhuman ones.

Now take for instancerepparttar 127624 EPR paradox or some equivalent mysterious experimental quantum phenomenon ( e.g. In 1997 experiments were conducted in which light particles ( photons ) originated under certain conditions and travelled in opposite directions to detectors located about seven miles apart. The amazing results indicated thatrepparttar 127625 photons interacted or communicated with one another instantly or in no time. See Robert Nadeau, and Menas Kafatos, 1999. The non - local universe. 1st ed. Oxford : OUP. Back page. ). According torepparttar 127626 NSTP theory this is no longer a mystery asrepparttar 127627 behaviour of photons is just a form of illusion, a virtual reality ( to non - spatial mind/s ) which is actually modulated ( or orderly executed ) by hidden / core non - spatial superhuman mental events. ( Again in analogy with spatial desktop computers such a photonic behaviour onrepparttar 127628 computer monitor screen has no slightest mystery surrounding it, as it is just a changing pattern of pixels which is modulated by some hidden software processes. )

The NSTP theory maintains both idealism ( as reality is exclusively mental ) and realism ( asrepparttar 127629 material entities we see out there do have a real existence inrepparttar 127630 core central non - spatial mind/s, which would exist independent of any other mind perceiving them ), and both mentalism ( as reality is exclusively mental ) and materialism ( as mind is real, it is physical / material ).

'Philosophy is written in this grand book - I meanrepparttar 127631 universe - which stands continually open to our gaze, but it cannot be understood unless one first learns to comprehendrepparttar 127632 language and interpretrepparttar 127633 characters in which it is written. It is written inrepparttar 127634 language of mathematics, and its characters are triangles, circles, and other geometric figures, without which it is humanly impossible to understand a single word of it.' - Galileo Galilei

In realityrepparttar 127635 universe has no geometry. - Kedar Joshi The Superultramodern Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica : The Foundations of Superultramodern Physics, Mathematical Science, and Philosophy.

Most ofrepparttar 127636 mysteries ofrepparttar 127637 universe are out ofrepparttar 127638 human belief that any mechanism has to be spatial. In realityrepparttar 127639 mechanism ofrepparttar 127640 universe is non - spatial, whose appropriate understanding shall resolve those mysteries. - Kedar Joshi (K.J.)

All science is either mathematics ( characterised by utmost certainty, in case of pure mathematics, and precision ) or philosophy ( lacking what maths essentially has ). - K.J. ( Inventor of Conmathematics : Conceptual Mathematics)

To be is to be intelligent. To be is to be a machine. To be is to be non - spatial. To be real is to be physical / material. All machines understand. However, only non - spatial machines understand concepts. - K.J.

Superultramodern science begins where ultramodern science stops (the prefix 'super' means above/beyond). In physics, its basic principle is that reality is non - spatial. At its heart isrepparttar 127641 NSTP theory which unifies many apparently diverse phenomena and solves most ofrepparttar 127642 most challenging problems in modern science. - K.J.

Dr Kedar Joshi, BSc, MA, DSc, DA, Cambridge, UK.

Conmathematics (Conceptual Mathematics) : The Superultramodern Mathematics (SM)

Written by Dr Kedar Joshi

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It entails some flaws in modern pure mathematics andrepparttar ultramodern reconstruction of pure mathematics, free of those flaws. Some ofrepparttar 127620 flaws are mentioned below.

a) Flaw inrepparttar 127621 concept of hyperspace - The Joshian conjecture of 3 dimensional space [ that space, whether appearance or reality, can have 3 and only 3 dimensions ( The conjecture is based on two grounds : i. The NSTP theory implies falsehood ofrepparttar 127622 ontology of general relativity. ii. Four or higher dimensional space cannot justifiably be imagined. ) ] implies thatrepparttar 127623 concept of hyperspace is invalid. Andrepparttar 127624 flaw inrepparttar 127625 concept of hyperspace has following implications :

i. The Riemann hypothesis ( which asserts that all interesting / non - trivial solutions ofrepparttar 127626 zeta function equation lie on a straight line Re (z) = 1 / 2 ) shall never be proved as it is based onrepparttar 127627 concept of four - dimensional space. ( Then still howrepparttar 127628 Riemann hypothesis turns out to be correct forrepparttar 127629 first 1,500,000,000 solutions is inrepparttar 127630 same category asrepparttar 127631 mathematical / experimental success ofrepparttar 127632 general relativity, despite ofrepparttar 127633 background physics ofrepparttar 127634 NSTP theory. )

ii. The Poincare conjecture [ if 3 dimensional sphere (repparttar 127635 set of points in 4 dimensional space at unit distance fromrepparttar 127636 origin ) is simply connected ] shall neither be proved nor be disproved as it is based onrepparttar 127637 concept of four - dimensional space as well.

iii. Andrew Wiles' proof ( entitled : Modular elliptic curves and Fermat's last theorem ) of Fermat's last theorem (repparttar 127638 theorem that there are no whole number solutions torepparttar 127639 equation x^n + y^n = z^n for n greater than 2 ) is flawed as it is also based onrepparttar 127640 concept of four - dimensional space.

b) Flaw inrepparttar 127641 concept of irrational number - An irrational number ( e.g. 2 ) is not really a number at all as no number can be a square root of 2. ' 2', for example, is a mere symbolic way of saying square root of 2 without actually presenting it, as any way it does not exist.

4. Conmathematical Foundations of Pure Mathematics -

These are in contrast withrepparttar 127642 symbolic or, in particular, set theoretic foundations of pure mathematics ( as laid out in Bertrand Russell's Principia Mathematica ). The conmathematical foundations are conceptual ( though symbolism itself is a concept ) which attempt to define number, for example, as a symbolic representation of quantity and justifyrepparttar 127643 equality a + b = b + a onrepparttar 127644 reason that in scalar addition order is irrelevant ( and, if possible, to decompose this concept or a group of concepts further ).

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