Monthly Archives: September 2011

Time, space and foundations of mathematics

A document (beta): Article Time travel is possible. The reasoning we have regarding curving timespace is incorrect. Foundations of mathematics are objectively untrue and make understanding of the universe impossible. From psychological point of view, we tend to strive for long … Continue reading

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Ossowiecki attacks brilliant creators?

Imagine you don’t believe in mantra of singals enabling you to secretly send smooth, elegant, viable singals travelling to Alfa Centauri. You claim to be an ingenious mathema- tician, with robust, volatile imagination. It’s contradictory. I did not realize that … Continue reading

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Deciphering a cryptogram – contribute to the analysis

I would like to ask you for help in the analysis of one of the cryptograms I’m working on. Below part of it: (TEnE TFRnE   ncBRTSE    ncBE***) (FLRSE    PRSE on    DE    71    ncBE) (CDnSE  PRSE    on   SE … Continue reading

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Goedel’s objectiveness vs Gambler’s fallacy

The Gambler’s fallacy, also known as the Monte Carlo fallacy (because its most famous example happened in a Monte Carlo Casino in 1913)[1] or the fallacy of the maturity of chances, is the belief that if deviations from expected behaviour are observed in repeated independent trials of some random process, … Continue reading

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1/2 – Zeta from Riemann and in R-sequence

Probably a coincidence. Haven’t found any clues, except from 7/10 = 1/2+1/5, which I would not base too much on. Still, I have tried to find the simplest things, but more in-depth understanding of things could help me. If you … Continue reading

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Szymborska and imperfections: case study (quotations)

One life. No Boltzmann’s end-game decisions, no Ramanujan’s cry, no hiding and end-game in full transperency and truth. Quotations with additional ideas. All imperfection is easier to tolerate if served up in small doses. Also, variance games when we act … Continue reading

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