AshEse Journal of Physical Science
Vol. 3(3), pp. 044-045, May, 2019
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Philosophy of mathematics: About afterlife and other philosophical thoughts
Adib Ben Jebara
Received: May, 2019; Accepted date: May, 2019
A soul is partly made of thoughts. Thoughts are mathematical waves. Brain waves are something else. Anything mathematical is eternal (“non-perishable”). Thus souls are immortal. Afterlife is for souls, not for bodies. For the first time in the History of mankind afterlife is proven to exist in some way. With afterlife being no more a matter of faith, there is a new intellectual horizon.
Keywords:Mathematical waves, brain waves, eternal
In front of (when we face) complexity, there are shortcuts. The existence of shortcuts is a consequence of the existence of God. To know histories help to find shortcuts; to know where a doubt persists helps to find shortcuts. We often have to be interested in 1963.
Until 1963, there was no option for extreme specialization. This theory of shortcuts fits in the theory of total quality management. Anti-intellectualism, bureaucratic behavior and extreme specialization prevent shortcutsand being not result oriented.
AN EXAMPLE OF SHORTCUT
A soul is partly made of thoughts. Thoughts are mathematical waves. Brain waves are something else. Anything mathematical is eternal (“non-perishable”). Thus souls are immortal. Afterlife is for souls, not for bodies. For the first time in the History of mankind afterlife is proven to exist in some way. With afterlife being no more a matter of faith, there is a new intellectual horizon. A mathematical wave is a curve such as a sinusoidal curve which is represented in a plane with two axes and the first axis being time. Thoughts are mathematical waves because brain waves are the same for different thoughts. Spiritual energy is the other component of the soul and is eternal as it is related to mathematics, but not mathematics. Another idea is that there will be no resurrection of bodies. The evolution had as a goal the immortality of the soul. I used an
electroencephalogram about the brain waves being not influenced by wild thoughts. Souls who are able to think during an infinite time will have afterlife. Thoughts appear in a mathematical sky and are seen with the eye of the soul. A model for the soul is approximately a machine of Turing which can read and write an infinite number of symbols.
The importance of medicine is a paradox. Alexandre Koyre wrote that Galileo sent the Earth in the Skies, meaning the mathematical theories of the Skies. From what I understood, that was allowed by the coming of Jesus Christ, man-god.
I have a doubt about that point of view because of the existence of Archimedes about 200 years before Christ. We should go to a more contemplative science where we take moreawareness of the meaning of the principles adopted.We invest too much in experimentation and not enough in new theories,overcompensating for the error of the middle Ages in Europe.
We are not aware that the foundations of science can be questioned.
From a work of Kurt Godel, we know that there are an infinityof mathematical axioms to be discovered. In the other sciences, there are also principles to be discovered.When there is a controversy, most of the time, if the people involved are intelligent,
the truths is (lies) in an opinion which is somewhere in the middle.
The existence of commentsdenotes a lackof creativity such as the creativity that has manifested itself in Europe in the 17th century andin Europe and America at the beginning of the 20th century.
Book : “A philosophy for scientists” by Adib Ben Jebara
Shield Crest Publishing UK 2015.