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Re: Neither time, time-ness, unconscious here-ness, unconscious now-ness, nor any unconscious presence exist.

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psycho wrote: April 22nd, 2023, 6:15 pm
Scott wrote: April 6th, 2023, 5:46 pm Do you disagree with any of the 48 numbered statements in the Original Post (OP)? If so, which is the first of the 48 numbered statements with which you don't agree?
1] A 0D point is a mathematical construct.
- It is an axiom.

[2] 0D points do not really exist.
- If it is a location, it exists without needing any dimension.
If you disagree, with #1, please post in this this other topic I made for that:


Is a 0D point a mathematical construct?



As for this topic, needless to say, of course if you don't agree with the very first premise of the argument, then it's only reasonable that you wouldn't agree with conclusion. An argument can only as convincing and strong as it's premises are agreed as true.


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Scott wrote: April 25th, 2023, 9:26 am
psycho wrote: April 22nd, 2023, 6:15 pm
Scott wrote: April 6th, 2023, 5:46 pm Do you disagree with any of the 48 numbered statements in the Original Post (OP)? If so, which is the first of the 48 numbered statements with which you don't agree?
1] A 0D point is a mathematical construct.
- It is an axiom.

[2] 0D points do not really exist.
- If it is a location, it exists without needing any dimension.
If you disagree, with #1, please post in this this other topic I made for that:


Is a 0D point a mathematical construct?



As for this topic, needless to say, of course if you don't agree with the very first premise of the argument, then it's only reasonable that you wouldn't agree with conclusion. An argument can only as convincing and strong as it's premises are agreed as true.


Thank you,
Scott
It is my impression that a mathematical theorem would be such a construction but I don't see how something without any kind of structure could be a mathematical construction.

A point of zero dimension is just an axiom. A convention that is used as an unjustified foundation with which to build some structure. It is not a structure of concepts.

I post this same idea in the thread you refer to!
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If i dont exist out of myself does out exist.
The answer to a problem usually lies in the solution. The world is bigger than us. Life always finds a path.
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Rende wrote: January 7th, 2024, 1:07 pm If i dont exist out of myself does out exist.
You definitely exist Rende,you definitely don’t exist as well if you aren’t alive.

How can you not exist? You need to exist to claim that you don’t exist.

It’s your dualistic biological machines computer brain doing its best to figure it all out.

The motor mind adopts dualistic binary logic 0/1=0/1

We engage with it all the time.

You know, the SELF (I am).
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Equal but opposite electromagnetic forces do not cancel out in nature.

Rather they interact and not just with -/+ and +/- combinations.They also interact with -/- and +/+ combinations as well.

All these combinations provide the binary software required for the automated brain communication language.

This binary software is created by vibration as a result of the 4 off above interaction combinations being combined into a united formula (+/-=+/-) which is the philosophy for nature.

The self (I am) consciousness state is affected by and directly related to these interacting electromagnetic force combinations.

All sciences are interconnected and we are totally embroiled within it all.
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Yes, its right. I think nothing it's itself in this world, like it can't be if it were; Nature would be still no changes would occur and time would not flow in our heads. So the right definition is that we are truly something connected like physical and mental parts of this world, but this can't be rightfully explained with words. What already "is" is the truth. But what already "is" can't be seen.
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