Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Windows In The Cave

The Architecture of Sustainability

The Un-Processability Theorem:
"There exists no mind or machine, sufficiently powerful, to process finity and infinity, simultaneously." me

"There exists no mind or machine, sufficiently powerful, to process triads, dyadically."

Except possibly, C.S. Peirce, A. Nicolaidis, and G. Perelman... A continuum of three minds...

"The highest probability, of the highest possibility, is the only possibility of..."

"The ill constituted past, can be computationally processed, into a well constituted future, with Charles Sanders Peirce's triadic universal value relational-logic and math, and a time-scaled incentive guage."

"The subjective and the super-subjective complex, can and does process the objective worlds, into the super-objective simplified complex actions, and not the simple objective axiomatic habits. The objective and the super-objective complex, can and does process the subjective worlds, into the super-subjective simplified complex, but extremely abstract..." Simply stated; "The subjective processes the objective into super-objective actions, best..."

"The highest probability, of the highest impossibility, is the only impossibility of..."

As I emerge, deep from the cave of monadic and dyadic ignorance, into the triadic light, I discover a first of the last, of my life quest for absolute knowledge, and it's been a long and tiring 63 years. So, to start off, why does the entire world of spirit, mathematics, logic, etc., still insist on the impossible oneness, when a triadic continuum universe, is all that's absolutely possible? Just try to divide two, or one, by three, and arrive at an absolutely true answer___It's impossible. If one divides two by three, the answer is 0.6^r to infinity, i.e., the infinite eternal transcendent. If one divides one by three, the answer is 0.3^r to infinity, i.e., the infinite eternal transcendent.(the r stands for recurring). So if it's absolutely impossible to receive an absolutely true answer, although I full well know rational math uses limits, no wonder the world's state of knowledge is in such bad shape. How about we start realizing the infinite eternal continuum is a triadic absolute requirement, and not even a "god" can handle the remaining transcendents of such absolutely true math, and since he's supposed to be the absolute, he's got quite a problem, as is easily explained in this Jain philosophy;

“Some foolish men declare that creator made the world. The doctrine that the world was created is ill advised and should be rejected.

If God created the world, where was he before the creation? If you say he was transcendent then and needed no support, where is he now?

How could God have made this world without any raw material? If you say that he made this first, and then the world, you are faced with an endless regression.

If you declare that this raw material arose naturally you fall into another fallacy, For the whole universe might thus have been its own creator, and have arisen quite naturally.

If God created the world by an act of his own will, without any raw material, then it is just his will and nothing else — and who will believe this silly nonsense?

If he is ever perfect and complete, how could the will to create have arisen in him? If, on the other hand, he is not perfect, he could no more create the universe than a potter could.

If he is form-less, action-less and all-embracing, how could he have created the world? Such a soul, devoid of all morality, would have no desire to create anything.

If he is perfect, he does not strive for the three aims of man, so what advantage would he gain by creating the universe?

If you say that he created to no purpose because it was his nature to do so, then God is pointless. If he created in some kind of sport, it was the sport of a foolish child, leading to trouble.

If he created because of the karma of embodied beings [acquired in a previous creation] He is not the Almighty Lord, but subordinate to something else

If out of love for living beings and need of them he made the world, why did he not take creation wholly blissful free from misfortune?

If he were transcendent he would not create, for he would be free: Nor if involved in transmigration, for then he would not be almighty. Thus the doctrine that the world was created by God makes no sense at all,

And God commits great sin in slaying the children whom he himself created. If you say that he slays only to destroy evil beings, why did he create such beings in the first place?

Good men should combat the believer in divine creation, maddened by an evil doctrine. Know that the world is uncreated, as time itself is, without beginning or end, and is based on the principles, life and rest. Uncreated and indestructible, it endures under the compulsion of its own nature.”

And as to Jain(and don't take me wrong, as I don't agree completely, yet they offer as close as I've found to my views, other than C.S. Peirce) infinity, they also accepted a triadic infinity, with these triads, containing triads, also;

A significant historical contribution of Jaina mathematicians lay in their freeing Indian mathematics from its religious and ritualistic constraints. In particular, their fascination with the enumeration of very large numbers and infinities, led them to classify numbers into three classes: enumerable, innumerable and infinite. Not content with a simple notion of infinity, they went on to define five different types of infinity: the infinite in one direction, the infinite in two directions, the infinite in area, the infinite everywhere, and the infinite perpetually. In addition, Jaina mathematicians devised notations for simple powers (and exponents) of numbers like squares and cubes, which enabled them to define simple algebraic equations (beezganit samikaran). Jaina mathematicians were apparently also the first to use the word shunya (literally void in Sanskrit) to refer to zero. More than a millennium later, their appellation became the English word "zero" after a tortuous journey of translations and transliterations from India to Europe.

Here's another bit of Jain cosmology;

"This Universe is made up of what Jains call the six dravyas or substances which are the basic constituents of reality and are classified as follows:

Jīva "जीव" - The living substances
Jains believe that souls (Jīva) exist as a reality, having a separate existence from the body that houses it. Jīva is characterised by cetana (consciousness) and upayoga (knowledge and perception). Though the soul experiences both birth and death, it is neither really destroyed nor created. Decay and origin refer respectively to the disappearing of one state of soul and appearance of another state, these being merely the modes of the soul.

Ajīva "अजीव" - Non-Living Substances
Pudgala "पुद्गल" - Matter - Matter is classified as solid, liquid, gaseous, energy, fine Karmic materials and extra-fine matter or ultimate particles. Paramānu or ultimate particles are considered the basic building block of all matter. One of the qualities of the Paramānu and Pudgala is that of permanence and indestructibility. It combines and changes its modes but its basic qualities remain the same. According to Jainism, it cannot be created nor destroyed.

Dharma-tattva "धर्म तत्त्व" - Medium of Motion and Adharma-tattva "अधर्म तत्त्व" - Medium of Rest - Also known as Dharmāstikāya "धर्मास्तिकाय" and Adharmāstikāya "अधर्मास्तिकाय", they are unique to Jain thought depicting the principles of motion and rest. They are said to pervade the entire universe. Dharma-tattva and Adharma-tattva are by themselves not motion or rest but mediate motion and rest in other bodies. Without dharmāstikāya motion is not possible and without adharmāstikāya rest is not possible in the universe.

Ākāśa "आकाश" - Space - Space is a substance that accommodates souls, matter, the principle of motion, the principle of rest, and time. It is all-pervading, infinite and made of infinite space-points.

Kāla "काल" - Time - Time is a real entity according to Jainism and all activities, changes or modifications can be achieved only through time. In Jainism, the time is likened to a wheel with twelve spokes divided into descending and ascending halves with six stages, each of immense duration estimated at billions of sagaropama or ocean years. According to Jains, sorrow increases at each progressive descending stage and happiness and bliss increase in each progressive ascending stage.

These are the uncreated existing constituents of the Universe which impart the necessary dynamics to the Universe by interacting with each other. These constituents behave according to the natural laws and their nature without interference from external entities. Dharma or true religion according to Jainism is vatthu sahāvo dhammo "वत्थु सहावो धम्मो" translated as "the intrinsic nature of a substance is its true religion."

Now, is it any wonder people think this world is crazy, when even our best mathematicians, logicians and philosophers can't straighten out the simple triadic realities. They all need to realize the oneness/non-dual, continuum or whatever one wishes to call it, is absolutely eternally impossible, if we wish to have a real universe, to live in, and enjoy. Charles Sanders Peirce's graphs and logic prove all this, but he actually didn't realize it, or he'd have finished his monumental, and grand work. I love his work, for what he did accomplish, but the secret in it is the absolute truth of the infinite eternal triadic continuum, he so obviously exposed, in almost graph one. So, if we study his complete works, thoroughly, maybe we can straighten out this one messed up world...

I support his work, more than anyone, but we gotta give up the foolishness of absolute oneness, absolute "god", and absolute non-duality... The universe is more sensible than this. Here's a note I sent to the head of America's cybernetic society;

"Hi Mr. Louis Kauffman, just finished reading your article, and noticed you may have missed a very important part to your position as President of the Cybernetics Society. If you don't mind, let me expand on what you stated about Peirce's graphs, not mentioning anything about infinity, or infinitesimals. There are many sites by many logicians and mathematicians dealing with Peirce's work, all over the world, and one mentioned an explaination of the transcendence of the graphs. If you had his later graph's information, he mentioned the "sheet assertion". The sheet he worked on was the "continuum", interpreted either infinity, or infinitesimal, according to the graphs viewed. This interpretation allows a complete explaination of all his logic, philosophy, linguistics, quantum mechanics, mathematics of all types, and just about anything happening, in the world, to the present day. I assert on his sheet___Just take the world sheet, and draw one straight line, i.e., ____ this size on a 8 by 11 piece of paper. Let the line equal total finity___absolute fundamental substance. Now draw a line perpendicular through the center of the first line, same length, yet put arrow-heads on. Let this equal absolute motion, and the conservation of absolute motion. Next put arrow heads on first line___matter motion in all directions. Now draw a dotted circle around the line, say twice the size of the line. Let that dotted circle equal our present expanding universe, by drawing expansion arrows on each dot, heading to the outer sheet edges, yet just short arrows. Next draw a 7" circle outside the lines and dotted circle. Let this equal total 10^137 Hawking figured years, expansion and atomic decay of our total finite universe. Now abstractly remove the sheet, which is infinity, i.e., true absolute infinity, minus true absolute infinity = finity. Now put it all in cyclic motion, and you've got Peirce's total universal unified field theory, with real matter, true infinity, infinitesimals, and finiteness, after you replace the abstracted sheet.

A. Nicolaidis, a high energy physicist from Greece, recently published a paper on the, titled Logic and String Theory, based on C.S. Peirce's logic of relations and other ideas. I think he's got it close, and by adding G. Perelman's work, it should be the whole picture.

BTW, the mind processes all information in metaphors(signs), the old Greek name for semiotics of Peirce. He's more important than anyone thus far truly realizes.

a polymath, auto-didactic explorer of nous

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