> Tom Caylor wrote:
> > I'd say a candidate for making AR false is the behavior of the prime
> > numbers, as has been discussed regarding your Riemann zeta function
> > TOE. As I suggested on that thread, it could be that the behavior of
> > the Riemann zeta function follows a collapse that is dependent on the
> > observer.
> !!!! That's the strangest thign I've read ina long
Truth is stranger than fiction. Something strange may be just what is
needed to break out of going around in circles.
> BTW, do you find AR umabiguous? Is it about truth or existence, in your
> view ?
The way I see it, we define math in the first place as being "whatever
is independent of the observer" (i.e. invariance). (This is why
observer-dependent math seems absurd.) But then I think this search
for invariance eventually brings us full circle to a self-referential
paradox. Math is whatever we observe (to be true / to exist)
independent of the observer. Is AR about truth or existence? Is "the
earth is flat" about truth or existence? I believe only in a
"relative/local/apparent AR", but that really isn't AR.
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