The Superultramodern Principia : The Foundations of Superultramodern Science (SS)

Written by Dr Kedar Joshi

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So far philosophers/scientists have argued too much regardingrepparttar nature of mind, self, space, time, and, in general, reality. Now they should understand thatrepparttar 127619 truth on these matters might be known not through too much thinking and debate, but through more or less self-evident propositions, straightforward reasoning, and possibilities. Either, if they are smart enough, they would appreciate it or dismiss it and thus fail to seerepparttar 127620 light forever.

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

The Founder and President of 'British Superultramodern Scientific Institution' (BSSI).

Joshian Conjectures ( i.e. Superultramodern Scientific Conjectures )

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One ofrepparttar basic principles ofrepparttar 127618 superultramodern science, viz. ‘anything may be possible, for that which is believed to be 100 % certain at present may be because ofrepparttar 127619 limited intellectual capacities ofrepparttar 127620 believer’ implies that every theorem and axiom is, in fact, a conjecture. ( Rather should be seen / taken as a conjecture. )

Joshi’s Law of Gravity – Gravity is neither a force nor a consequence of any space – time curvature. It is simply an orderly spatial illusion, modulated by some very intelligent / superhuman thoughts, to non – spatial observer / s.

If superultramodern scientific ideas are hypothetical then Newton’s ideas ( e.g. force ) were also hypothetical and even ( precisely ) false. However, they were and still are regarded as scientific. Science is about knowing, through speculation. It’s a systematic or reasonable guesswork where there is always, it seems, a room for new guesses modifying or overthrowing previous ones.

- Dr Kedar Joshi, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK.

If you are out to describerepparttar 127621 truth, leave elegance torepparttar 127622 tailor. - Albert Einstein

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