AshEse Journal of Physical Science

Vol. 4(5), pp. 056, October, 2020

ISSN: 2059-7827

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*Short Communication*

**More About Thoughts as Mathematical Waves**

**Adib Ben Jebara**

Retired researcher, Tunisia.

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Received: October, 2020; Accepted October, 2020

About thoughts as mathematical waves, there is something which must be clarified. Thoughts are not represented by mathematical waves but are Mathematical waves themselves. The mathematical waves are in the mathematical sky. Thoughts are represented by surfaces or curves in the space where meanings are represented. Let us be reminded that it is the meanings which are represented because, for instance, a sentence may have several meanings and any thought is one meaning. However, a meaning can be fuzzy. Fuzziness is even an important phenomenon about thoughts. New ideas appear most of the time rather fuzzy at some point. If we seek not to have any fuzziness in thoughts, it will prevent new ideas to appear. The spiritual energy which is the mind allows work, reading or writing in the mathematical sky, because it has access to the mathematical sky. Someone dead who was able to get an afterlife can read and write in the mathematical sky while someone alive can do one more thing which is interference with the physical world. Dead people dedicate themselves to learning and to true research.

True research involves making discoveries and not thinking of uncertainties or juxtapositions. A big lie is that thousands of living researchers, in theoretical research, are making thousands of theoretical discoveries. The mathematical sky has a huge backyard of mathematics not yet discovered by human beings. Men or women who make discoveries are men or women of action; they bring some mathematics from the backyard to the front of the mathematical sky. It happens that maintenance of the brain is needed for someone alive to interfere with the mathematical sky. Someone dead may have access to a bigger part of the mathematical sky for reading and may do that more reliably.

Current life is based on the misconception that in the afterlife people are going to be entitled to the pleasures of the flesh while it is to the pleasures of knowledge. Intellectualism is based on a reality more real than present reality because it lasts longer. Some people think that afterlife does not exist or give too much importance to their bodies. Such people will likely not get afterlife. They will likely be confined. People who make good deeds (not rituals) are entitled to afterlife.

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