tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8148573551417578681.post2517042400318831087..comments2020-02-18T23:15:04.706-08:00Comments on Dark Buzz: Tegmark believes in math, but not timeRogerhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/03474078324293158376noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8148573551417578681.post-7411507259516462852019-04-30T09:57:38.660-07:002019-04-30T09:57:38.660-07:00LOL! Good answer!!
... And here I was, writing a...LOL! Good answer!! <br /><br />... And here I was, writing a big note on how order is important to any physical change (in any physically existing characteristic), and how time is always monotonously increasing (within an adjustment of the sign) even if periodic phenomena do alternate between them (and non-periodic ones can be expressed in their terms), and, above all, the good old Aristotle: Time is a measure of motion.<br /><br />May be, there is no real motion in this world. ... LOL!!!<br /><br />... Ok, bye for now...<br /><br />--Ajit<br />Ajit R. Jadhavhttps://ajitjadhav.wordpress.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8148573551417578681.post-7715666211451000772019-04-29T15:09:38.501-07:002019-04-29T15:09:38.501-07:00Being that you can't pass basic arithmetic (or...Being that you can't pass basic arithmetic (or get a correct answer) without following an order or operations, how pray tell does Tegmark do his sums?<br /><br /> Without that pesky flow of time allowing for a sequence of order/operations to even be computationally possible, he sure must be getting some very interesting answers...for griefs sake, basic counting (much less a number line) is NOT even logically possible or meaningful without sequence.<br /><br />There simply is no math without time, since all logical procedures/operations requires it, and YES, math is a subset of logic. <br /><br />If Tegmark wants to believe in the mysticism of a timeless platonic existence of mathematical forms, he should leave the pursuit of reality alone.CFTnoreply@blogger.com