I don't avoid infinities but Reality does. When one understands what
infinities are and how they are defined as an unending and uncompletable
process of addition it is quite clear that nothing physical can be infinite.
As I've posted in other replies Reality is a computational system like
running software. Godel and the implications for the Principia don't apply
to the logico-mathematical computational system of reality, they apply only
to human logico-mathematical systems.
The logico-mathematical system of Reality simply computes one state of the
universe from the previous. There are no statements out of the blue that
are subject to proof which what Godel, Halting, Russell and Whitehead are
It's like trying to apply these to a piece of software, there is no
relevance, in this case reality's software....
On Friday, December 20, 2013 6:52:54 PM UTC-5, Edgar L. Owen wrote:
> The fundamental nature of reality is examined in detail in my recent book
> on Reality available on Amazon under my name.
> Marchal is on the right track, but reality consists not just of numbers
> (math) but is a running logical structure analogous to software that
> continually computes the current state of the universe. Just as software
> includes but doesn't consist only of numbers and math, so does reality. In
> fact the equations of physical science make sense only when embedded in a
> logical structure just as is the case in computational reality.
> Modern science has a major lacuna, the notion that all of reality is
> mathematical, that prevents science from grasping the complete nature of
> reality. In truth all of reality is logical, as is software, and the
> mathematics is just a subset of the logic. After all, modern science with
> its misguided insistence that all of reality is mathematical, has had
> nothing useful to say about the nature of either consciousness or the
> present moment, the two most fundamental aspects of experience. However I
> present a computational based information approach to these in my book
> among many other things.
> The second clarification that needs to be made to the post on Marchal's
> work is that human math and logic are distinct from the actual math and
> logic that computes reality. The human version is a generalized and
> extended approximation of the actual that differs from the actual
> logico-mathematical structure of reality in important ways (e.g. infinities
> and infinitesimals which don't actually exist in external reality).
> I can explain further if anyone is interested, or you can read about it in
> my book...
> Edgar Owen
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