Joshian Meditations (i.e. Superultramodern Meditations)

Written by Dr Kedar Joshi

In my philosophical journey ( and having believed to have demystified most ofrepparttar greatest mysteries ofrepparttar 122212 universe ) I have now arrived at a groundbreaking thought. Two strangest ideas are responsible for my arrival,repparttar 122213 ideas that are ultimately related torepparttar 122214 idea of creation. 1. I cannot denyrepparttar 122215 necessity of creation for each and every aspect / element ofrepparttar 122216 non-eternal universe, i.e.repparttar 122217 form ofrepparttar 122218 universe (generally known as material) that is not logically necessary. However, this inability of denial necessarily leads me torepparttar 122219 idea of ultimate creation,repparttar 122220 idea whose invalidity I cannot deny.

2. Now I attendrepparttar 122221 following idea by Don Zagier ( 1951 - ) in his inaugural lecture at Bonn University, put in this way :

'There are two facts aboutrepparttar 122222 distribution of prime numbers which I hope to convince you. ... The first is that despite their simple definition and role asrepparttar 122223 building blocks ofrepparttar 122224 natural numbers,repparttar 122225 prime numbers...grow like weeds amongrepparttar 122226 natural numbers, seeming to obey no other law than that of chance, and nobody can predict whererepparttar 122227 next one will sprout. The second fact is even more astonishing, for it states justrepparttar 122228 opposite : thatrepparttar 122229 prime numbers exhibit stunning regularity, that there are laws governing their behaviour, and that they obey these laws with almost military precision.'

Based on this idea if I form a supposition that evenrepparttar 122230 order and disorder of prime numbers is a matter of creation then it goes in contradiction with my belief that all aspects or elements ofrepparttar 122231 eternal universe, i.e.repparttar 122232 form ofrepparttar 122233 universe ( generally known as ideal or conceptual ) that is logically necessary, had no creation;repparttar 122234 belief whose invalidity / falsehood I cannot apprehend.

Superultramodern Quotes and Dialogues

Written by Dr Kedar Joshi

Following are some quotes and dialogues that reflectrepparttar principles of superultramodern science ( physics, mathematical science, and philosophy ). (The creation of Dr Kedar Joshi (b.1979), Cambridge, UK)

The 21st Century Intellectual Battlefield (The battle is fierce, prolong, essential, and inevitable.)

'Philosophy is written in this grand book - I meanrepparttar 122211 universe - which stands continually open to our gaze, but it cannot be understood unless one first learns to comprehendrepparttar 122212 language and interpretrepparttar 122213 characters in which it is written. It is written inrepparttar 122214 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 122215 universe has no geometry. - Kedar Joshi

Isrepparttar 122216 Universe a computer ? - John Barrow

Yes,repparttar 122217 universe is a gigantic non - spatial computer, free of all spatial constraints ( e.g. time to fetch data from memory, limited memory, possible faults in hardware and / or software ). The spatial world is a virtual reality, a mere illusion to non - spatial observer/s. The universal computer hardware is composed of non - spatial mental events. The universal software is a group of non - spatial computer programs. The laws of physics, being logically unnecessary, are changeable rules inrepparttar 122218 universal computational programs. The NSTP ( Non - Spatial Thinking Process ) theory isrepparttar 122219 abstract mathematical description of this universal computer. In other words, NSTP is a computer theory ofrepparttar 122220 universe. Andrepparttar 122221 ultimate triumph of human achievement is to be able to manipulaterepparttar 122222 universal non - spatial software in order to obtain maximum benefit. Thoughrepparttar 122223 road to such triumph is not yet clear, its beginning is set out inrepparttar 122224 'Superultramodern Principia'. - Kedar Joshi

Allrepparttar 122225 theoretical physicists today are being deceived byrepparttar 122226 smart non - spatial computational processes that createrepparttar 122227 spatial virtual reality. The non - spatial universal software knows general relativity, for example, and produces appearances, that confirm withrepparttar 122228 scientific experimental observations, as ifrepparttar 122229 general relativity is true.

Virtually all ofrepparttar 122230 ideas in modern physics are severely incomplete on their physical ( or ontological ) side, e.g. general relativity. Some of them are ( likely to be ) wrong in any sense, e.g.repparttar 122231 particle theories' explanation ofrepparttar 122232 force of attraction,repparttar 122233 concept of graviton, orrepparttar 122234 string theories. So unless and until revolutionised on a grand scale modern physics can never reachrepparttar 122235 zenith : realisingrepparttar 122236 theory of everything.

Most ofrepparttar 122237 pure mathematics today is not worthy of being hailed as 'pure' ( or genuine ). In fact, it is applied ( or fuzzy ), something whose existence is mere forrepparttar 122238 sake of convenience with no intrinsic meaning at all. And sometimes this meaninglessness causes severe inconvenience ( e.g.repparttar 122239 Poincare conjecture ).

To sum up, at present, theoretical physics and pure mathematics are less theoretical ( or pure or conceptual ) and more practical. They are notoriously indifferent ofrepparttar 122240 semantic content and conceptual validity of their models. This indifference is leading them to wrong directions. If they wish to get onrepparttar 122241 right track, if they desire to succeed, and if they ever seekrepparttar 122242 holy grail, they must open their doors for a new brighter light to come in. Openingrepparttar 122243 doors is a revolutionary act, a paradigm shift, which Superultramodern science endeavours to achieve inrepparttar 122244 21st century. - Kedar Joshi

'When a man sits with a pretty girl for an hour, it seems like a minute. But let him sit on a hot stove for a minute and it's longer than any hour. That's relativity.' - Albert Einstein

Inrepparttar 122245 former situationrepparttar 122246 man undergoes states of consciousness that make him feel an hour like a minute, while inrepparttar 122247 later situation he undergoes states of consciousness that make him feel a minute longer than any hour. And that's how relativity works. - Kedar Joshi

'I now believe that time does not exist at all, and that motion itself is pure illusion. What is more, I believe there is quite strong support in physics for this view. ' - Julian Barbour (The end of time, 2000)

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