- Vera Nova
- Las Vegas, NV
- United States
Director Research Analysis, NOVA Town Futuristic Development
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Can we really observe or reproduce a perfect copy, repeat the very same movement, come back to the same house, and stay unchanged selves?
Why is that so convinient for us to believe that we can deal with "the same" selves, or units in math and business, or perfect understanding?
How would our human society and mentality have changed if we will learn that nature cannot allow anything to be perfectly repeated, or ideally copied?
In exact sciences, based on math, we unwillingly pretend that a unit such as 1 can be reproduced as many ideal, identical, perfect copies as we need or wish. The law of nature would not allow even the two identical copies to exist.
In my recent reserach the following explanation has been suggested (for the first time).
Ironically in order to see "exactness" we have to depend on great Crudeness of our own perception of sight. Our calculations are never exact, but we do not notice constant change within "identical" units or copies we calculate, those symbols/images, chemistry, shapes and textures...everything keeps changing..including our own minds of the observers. The results of the most painstaking lab work are never really perfect as they might seem. Everything is Flux, everything is new, so are we.
Does this seem depressing? or encouraging ?
Heractitus FLUX against
Plato's Perfect IDEALS.