Showing posts with label mathematics. Show all posts
Showing posts with label mathematics. Show all posts

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Truth, An Incorrect Evaluation

Written by Mathew Naismith

I found the following quite interesting so I thought I would share it with you today. It’s basically saying maths and science has got it wrong, there not about truth but an assumption of a truth. I’m also into science as well but I didn’t take offence to this mainly because science is but a tool, used incorrectly, it will produce flawed results.  I also don’t take any ideological principles to heart, they are again but tools.     

The following is an overview of Chapter-1 on TRUTH

Truth is unique and universal. This means you and I cannot define truth. Truth comes only from nature.

We are not alone. We can never become alone. We are all working simultaneously and interactively all the time. Thus we cannot have freewill. Only a lonely person can have freewill. But loneliness is impossible. You have to eat, you have to breath. We are part of nature and tied with it. We are objects of nature just like all other objects.

Math and Science are all all wrong. We give two examples, one from math and one from science,  to illustrate. You have to read them carefully to understand them. This will require some math and science background. However, if you read you will still get the root cause – why they are wrong.