MemberNovember 27, 2020 at 6:27 pm
My writing can be wrought with grammatical flaws and unintentional inconsistencies. For example, I would change the following
In the present, we can absolutely be 100% certain. That’s what happened.
In the present, we can absolutely be 100% certain. That’s what happening now.
So please, read it with a little latitude.
I’m essentially laying down the gauntlet.
This is a mathematical fact:
Science’s version is a mathematical assumption:
I don’t have to prove anything to anyone. Science has to invalidate accepted mathematical logic to prove their version of mathematical logic is correct. And they cannot use anything but those 3 conditions, which are all unique variables within the problem, because we invented counting. Anything more than 1 is also an assumption.
That’s the gist of what I’m getting at.