The NSTP (Non  Spatial Thinking Process) Theory as a Masterkey : Non  Spatial Universal MechanicsWritten by Dr Kedar Joshi
The NSTP ( Non  Spatial Thinking Process ) theory, a published invention (2002) of Kedar Joshi ( b. 1979 ) (i.e.Myself), a Cambridge ( England ) based philosopher, is a position that, in computer terminology, regards Universe as a Non  Spatial Computer and Space as a Virtual Reality (UNSCSVR). This model of reality can resolve mysteries surrounding quantum mechanics ( e.g. wave  particle duality, EPR ( Einstein  Podolsky  Rosen ) paradox, Schrodinger's cat paradox ), Zeno's paradoxes, biological phenomena of 'protein folding' and 'cell development and differentiation', relativity, action at a distance ( which is a rehabilitated mystery through Joshi's work ), etc. All these mysterious phenomena are, in fact, multiple aspects of a singular underlying structure, composed of four conceptual elements : 1.impossibility of spatial mechanism 2.space as a form of illusion 3.phenomenal mind as non  spatial 4.intelligent orderly execution of spatial events through non  spatial mechanism The NSTP theory is unique theoretical representation of that structure. The NSTP theory is a philosophical / scientific masterkey that unifies apparently diverse phenomena through its powerful non  spatial mechanical framework. The NSTP theory is based on A] Three axioms ( i.e. self  evident truths ) : (One's objection that these propositions are not axiomatic is nothing but one's inability to perceive truth. These propositions are clearly axiomatic to author.) 1) Phenomenal mind ( or feelings or qualia ) is non  spatial. i.e. No kind of feeling, e.g. feeling of colour blue, can be represented by any spatial structure. 2) All kinds of experiences, even thoughts I know I am having, are feelings or qualias. 3) A phenomenally conscious self is a temporal stream of non  spatial phenomenal mental events. ( A Non  Spatial Thinking Process (NSTP), as every feeling is itself a thought or idea. ) B] And two hypotheses : 1) Space ( as a room or void out there : whether three or higher dimensional, bounded or unbounded ) is a virtual reality ( i.e. a form or projection of non  spatial mind, a kind of feeling ). 2) Individual or local NSTPs are orderly ( or thoughtfully ) executed by a gigantic, central, or global NSTP ( rather a group of NSTPs ), representing superhuman thoughts or ideas, in order to account for order in universe, e.g. gravitational phenomenon. ( The central non  spatial superhuman thoughts are processed in zero time because of no spatial limitations; e.g. in space it takes time to transfer data from one spatial location to another. Although a conscious human is nothing but an NSTP it is, at least partially, conceptually, as opposed to physically, bound to spatial biochemical brain, and thus core NSTPs introduce time lag in processing of individual NSTPs, where appropriate. ) Further, existence of central NSTPs is assumed for two reasons : i) In any machine where its peripherals are not intelligent enough to modulate ( or be able to account for ) their own behaviour there has to be some central intelligent part in machine to bring out peripheral happenings or phenomena. ii) As laws of physics ( or any other than those of pure mathematics or logic ) are not logically or conceptually necessary there has to be a way to change ways individual NSTPs are generated ( or produced or executed ). And for that to be possible there has to be some central intelligence existing in form of ( non  spatial ) mental events, which itself could be modulated to alter modulation of individual NSTPs.
  Conmathematics (Conceptual Mathematics) : The Superultramodern Mathematics (SM)Written by Dr Kedar Joshi
The term Conmathematics [ invented by Kedar Joshi (b.1979), Cambridge (England), i.e. myself ] means Conceptual Mathematics. It is a meta  mathematical system that defines structure of Superultramodern Mathematical Science. (Conmathematics means that modern/ultramodern mathematics is not as conceptual as it should be.) It has four main components. 1. Conmathematical Definition of Mathematics : a) Conmathematical definition of pure mathematics  Pure mathematics is a system of 100% precise propositions believed to be 99.999...% certain ( 0.00...1 % margin in belief being for sake of universal doubt : principle that 'anything may be possible.'). Precise means every term of a proposition is absolutely clarified, and every non  axiomatic proposition is supported on basis of axiomatic one/s leaving no doubt, except universal doubt. It is very possible that some of mathematical propositions are not clear ( or understandable ) to some persons. And, some of propositions are less than 99.999...% certain to some persons. This possibility effectively gives rise to possibility of multiple mathematical systems according to nature of individuals concerned, though truth is believed to be existing independent of individual minds. The principle of universal doubt makes it necessary to review mathematical systems continuously so that in future they may not be seen to be mathematical at all. b) Conmathematical definition of applied mathematics  Applied mathematics is a system of propositions constructed by applying some or all of pure mathematical propositions to deal with ( i.e. to explain and / or predict ) phenomena that are believed to be less certain than phenomena expressed by pure mathematical propositions. For example, I cannot believe law of gravity ( law that every matter, in principle, attracts every matter out of some force or curvature of space  time ) to be 99.999...% certain, as I can imagine a universe where law of gravity is invalid ( i.e. where every matter distracts every matter out of some force or absence of space  time curvature ). 2. Philosophy as Mathematics : According to conmathematical definition of mathematics, core ideas in ultramodern science / philosophy, though appearing to be philosophical, are, in fact, mathematical. For example, axiomatic component of NSTP ( Non  Spatial Thinking Process ) theory is pure mathematical, while its hypothetical component is applied mathematical. 3. Conceptual Reconstruction of Pure Mathematics :
