Joshian Conjectures ( i.e. Superultramodern Scientific Conjectures )

Written by Dr Kedar Joshi

Following are some conjectures of Dr Kedar Joshi ( i.e. myself ) that are more or less essential torepparttar superultramodern science.

1. Joshian Conjecture of Three Dimensional Space - Space has three and only three ( spatial ) dimensions.

Basis : i. There is no evidence to believe in hyperspace : space with more than three ( spatial ) dimensions. Alsorepparttar 127618 NSTP ( Non – Spatial Thinking Process ) theory falsifies general relativity on its ontological side. This means thatrepparttar 127619 experimental evidence in support of general relativity is in fact out of some superhuman thoughts existing inrepparttar 127620 form of ( non – spatial ) feelings. Three dimensional space is not curved in any fourth spatial dimension. ii. I cannot imagine / see / experience space with more than three ( spatial ) dimensions. Also my intuition supports my conjecture. ( i.e. conjecture 1 )

2. Joshian Conjecture of No Spatial Mechanism - There is no spatial mechanism responsible for most ofrepparttar 127621 mysterious phenomena in nature / universe. In some cases, e.g. action at a distance in quantum mechanics, this conjecture is extremely strong, while in some other cases, e.g.repparttar 127622 phenomenon of gamma ray bursts, it is not so strong. The NSTP theory states thatrepparttar 127623 real / underlying / hidden mechanism ofrepparttar 127624 universe is non – spatial, and thus demystifiesrepparttar 127625 phenomena.

3. Joshian Conjecture of Flawed Reason – Reason itself is flawed. That is, no thought/s or reasoning ( not mere human but rather of any possible kind ) can ( rightly / accurately ) describe at least some ofrepparttar 127626 aspects ofrepparttar 127627 universe. This conjecture is actuallyrepparttar 127628 most likely possibility. For more information please consultrepparttar 127629 article ‘Joshian Meditations ( i.e. Superultramodern Meditations )’. This conjecture puts a possible ( rather probable ) limit to science.

Only knowledge from above...

Written by Terry Dashner

“Only knowledge from above can Move us forward.”

On Christopher Columbus’ fourth voyage torepparttar New World in 1503, he and his crew became stranded onrepparttar 127617 island of Jamaica. Columbus’ food supply was almost gone, and his ship was too badly damaged to repair [worms had eaten throughrepparttar 127618 wooden hull].

At first,repparttar 127619 Jamaicans gave Columbus and his crew food and supplies. When Columbus and his crew were not rescued after many months,repparttar 127620 Jamaicans finally refused to give them any additional food.

Columbus did not want his crew to starve, so he came up with a plan. Columbus could tell from his navigational tables that there would be a total lunar eclipse on February 29, 1504. He decided to schedule a meeting withrepparttar 127621 Jamaicans for that night.

Atrepparttar 127622 meeting, Columbus toldrepparttar 127623 Jamaicans that God was not happy about how they were treating him and his crew, so God was going to take awayrepparttar 127624 Moon as a sign of his unhappiness! After Columbus told this to them,repparttar 127625 lunar eclipse began. This terrifiedrepparttar 127626 Jamaicans! They pleaded with Columbus to bring backrepparttar 127627 Moon, and they said he could have allrepparttar 127628 food he wanted.

Columbus told them that he would have to go talk to God. Instead, he snuck away to watch an hourglass that he had timed so he would know exactly whenrepparttar 127629 eclipse would end. Right beforerepparttar 127630 lunar eclipse ended, Columbus returned and toldrepparttar 127631 Jamaicans that God would give backrepparttar 127632 Moon. And, of course,repparttar 127633 Moon reappeared.

The Jamaicans gave food and supplies to Columbus and his crew until they were rescued and returned to Europe. I guess one could say that knowledge from above or aboutrepparttar 127634 “above” is a good thing to have.

I find it very interesting thatrepparttar 127635 Bible declares fromrepparttar 127636 beginning that God createdrepparttar 127637 lights inrepparttar 127638 sky. The greater light refers, of course, torepparttar 127639 sun. The lesser, onrepparttar 127640 other hand, refers torepparttar 127641 moon. What I want to say is this: It wasn’t until man became knowledgeable ofrepparttar 127642 cosmos that he began to make strides forward in religion, philosophy, science, literature, and discovery. So pardonrepparttar 127643 pun, but it’s true. Knowledge from above can move us forward. Let me explain, please.

Before Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543) defiedrepparttar 127644 teachings ofrepparttar 127645 Roman Catholic Church by saying thatrepparttar 127646 earth moves aroundrepparttar 127647 sun (the church believed thatrepparttar 127648 earth wasrepparttar 127649 center ofrepparttar 127650 universe andrepparttar 127651 sun and stars revolved around it), he was risking his life.

But Copernicus was not afraid to speak out about his knowledge ofrepparttar 127652 heavens, andrepparttar 127653 world of modern science owes him a debt of gratitude (Copernicus was a scientist and devout Christian). Atrepparttar 127654 time, government and religious officials did not encourage original thought for fear that new ideas would create unrest. So, a free thinker like Copernicus had to come along with his knowledge ofrepparttar 127655 stars in order to move us forward in our thinking.

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