August 12, 2014 · 3:34 am
René Gastelumendi Dargent asked:
a) Does in the Universe (or in mind) exist at least two things that are 100% different? b) Can the “Set of all things that are not similar” exist?
Wilhelmus de Wilde responded:
When you compare two “sets” of 100 numbers and there is only one number different from the other, are these groups then 100% different ? If we regard the whole entity we say “yes”, if we compare the amount of numbers the difference would be only 1%, but even this 1% means that they are DIFFERENT.
This could mean that each moment (Eternal Now Moment) that is containing the slightest possible difference is 100% different from another one…so is unique
So…any set of “all things that are not similar” is UNIQUE. but also is a set of “all things that are similar” is unique because the amount of “all” is infinite.
So in our Universe and in our consciousness at any moment there are always “two” things exist that are different because we have to make a decision, this decision between these two is called “free will”.
The infinite amount of decisions is comparable to the infinite amount of sets of things that are different or “unique”.
August 9, 2014 · 4:30 am
If only Schrödinger had used a rabbit instead of a cat and made it a story about his possibly pregnant wife. Then everyone would get it.
July 5, 2014 · 9:52 pm
grammes are to ergs as seconds are to centimetres
October 12, 2013 · 5:13 am
in black holes
to neutrons bare
are atoms stripped;
ejected not 15 minutes
and already protons,
upon any encounter,
March 29, 2012 · 9:09 pm
Newton taught us that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. This “third law” of the universe was obviously intended to be applied in the physical sciences. Newton had no idea that the concept would attain such prominence in the informal (pop) social sciences hundreds of years later, nor that it might even be cited as pseudo-scientific justification for blind moral relativism that prejudicially confers equality upon competing narratives while disregarding obvious disparities in their provenance.
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