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Seeing is believing… (II)


A mathematical argument undoes the creation of a real thing. The sequential nature of self-awareness immediately gives you natural numbers like glasses to see the reality of the world. Self-awareness cannot see the supposed reality of the world in any other way than sequentially. "Networks" are not visions of self-awareness, they are imaginations of visions, because visions are unitary, direct imaginations one at a time, and following natural numbers, although the imagination that all nodes of the network are real simultaneously does not offer obstacles to self-awareness.

Whoever self-awareness proclaims the reality of something will be hard pressed by the mathematical argument of division. That was the reason for the creation of the Democritus atom. He could not bring his division to infinity because, of course, the "thing" would not "come true." Therefore, he stops his process of creation at some natural number, and claims that he has found the "atom," that which is no longer divisible.

For MJVI, the question is: why is it not divisible anymore? In answer is the reason for the creation of "things". For only in this way can the wish for the world to exist, and therefore that self-consciousness itself, and the resulting desire for power in the Interneuro be bestowed upon him who "knows what the world is or is like." This pattern is not new to the JVI mathematician, since Euclid had already used it to stop the infinite chain of reasons in geometry in establishing the axioms and postulates. Only in this way could mathematics "exist" because if not always a "why?" would take credibility from any argument. Thus, mathematics acquires the status of a "real thing" that has the "reality" of being strictly true.

The "reality" of matter is driven to dimensions as small as Planck's length (10-35 meters) due to the overwhelming pressure of the division by two argument. It has to be small enough that no self-awareness can split it by the way Zeno of Elea. It is therefore no surprise to the JVI mathematician that verifying the ultimate reality of something is impossible. If it were possible, this "thing" would be somehow divided by some self-awareness. Therefore, there is a terrible irony of fate in the matter of “checking the reality of something” since it must have inaccessible dimensions for any self-awareness to be prevented from questioning its “real existence”. In astrophysics the same problem occurs with very large dimensions. The Universe must have its unreachable boundaries or it will cease to be "Universe," because otherwise some consciousness would nullify its reality simply by imagining what would be beyond its boundaries and depriving it of its quality as "the whole that exists." Here the problem is analogous, but there is a fundamental difference. Self-awareness increasingly imagines facets of the reality of the universe, making it increasingly inaccessible by "excess visions" and unlimited increase in size, while "visions of the reality of matter" are increasingly scarce with limited diminution of reality. size. The analogy is not symmetrical.

This lack of symmetry is due to the fact that the universe cannot stop growing because otherwise its size could always be doubled by some self-awareness and its "existence" would be lost in the same way as the stone and the sheet of paper left behind. to exist when divided into two. Mathematics has already solved this problem by formulating the hypothesis of the existence of infinite universes with infinite copies of each self-consciousness, and of the existence of every possibility of variation in the mode of being of each of them. Of course, such dimensions cannot be "seen" because otherwise some self-consciousness could always ask for what is "not seen" undermining the condition of "existence of the universes."

Therefore, the ultimate verification of the reality of a thing must be impossible by the demand of mathematics itself. Mathematical models that overcame Zeno's stalemate in Elea also became sophisticated to the point that their initial goal was impossible to achieve. In other words, to convince themselves that things are real, Interneuro's self-consciousness must overcome obvious obstacles, such as division and multiplication by two, and are forced to take refuge in Planck dimensions of 10-35 or infinite, parallel and necessarily also invisible dimensions.

"Every system contains in itself the germ of its own destruction." All that is solid melts into the air. These imaginations are extrapolations of Karl Marx's remarkable remarks about capitalism and the possibility of its own destruction. Some such self-cancellation must apply to Being in general, because otherwise “things could be created,” jumping from Being to Existing, violating the creator's paradox - if something was created, its creator would have to have been created. rather generating an infinite chain of startless creations. Systems tend to clutter, otherwise an eternal order would converge on an "existing thing." For the MJVI, the creator paradox implies the Convergence Theorem: processes that seem to converge on the determination of something "explode, that is, they spread and dissipate the possibility of the existence of that" thing ". What would be the intrinsic germ of the "destruction of science" itself? For MJVI it is clear who he is: it is Mathematics itself!

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