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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: opportunity on 21/09/2018 13:35:35

Title: Are we sure science will take the gong for a "theory of everything"?
Post by: opportunity on 21/09/2018 13:35:35
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, yet its possible science might not take the gong for the unified theory, of connecting EM with gravity.

"Philosophy" could do it better, I've found, an algorithm of time, as a logical stream of spatial events, an algorithm aligned to the likes of Sartre and Heidegger, of registering events in space as time, as consciousness, can better explain how logic works, which can then allow for a clearer description of reality.


What does science say?

What if I said there exists an "algorithm" for "time" that links with philosophical congress more clearly and cleanly than "nothing at all", yet links with space, an algorithm of time to space, as an ontological concept of logic, to link the known field forces.....?

Don't assume I have this. I'm saying why isn't this possible, right?

Title: Re: Are we sure science will take the gong for a "theory of everything"?
Post by: opportunity on 22/09/2018 12:50:10
I can understand the problem of reaching a theory of everything using the logic of consciousness, yet is it really a problem? On the one hand we have something consciousness is not involved with, on the other we are suggesting consciousness is integral to appreciating everything reality makes itself known to.