May 3, 2020, 10:09 AM
The Four Color Problem is an example of the limits of mathematics. A proof is just a test of internal consistency within the limits of mathematics. The point of mandelbrot’s work, and now wolframs, is that we are past the point of linguistic mathematics (‘statistics and sets’) and we are in the domain of computable mathematics(‘operations’).
Or put differently – we have finally discovered the foundations of mathematics, and are in the process of falsifying the flawed project of the set foundations of mathematics and restoring operational foundations of mathematics.
Human logical facility >
… Operations >
… … Counting -> Arithmetic -> Accounting
…………………..-> Computations -> Symmetries(equilibria)
…………………..-> Sets -> Mathematics -> Symmetries
Or in historical terms we have restored the aristotelian-achimedian basis of mathematics and science that was lost and overtaken by greek platonism and middle eastern verbalism and pseudoscience in mathematics, that was restored to geometry by Descartes and Empiricism by the British, and undermined by the Jewish logicians and mathematicians and german and jewish philosophers, but is in the process of being restored by the present generation which is jewish-german-british-american.
I’m kind of … sad, wolfram beat me to it. Because I would have loved to work on the problem if I had another lifetime. But I’m happy to stick with the social sciences and explain why he’s right. And to provide perhaps a better explanation of why he’s right.
We are seeing the end of the ‘jewish century of pseudoscience’ and my argument that we have paid the cost of jewish integration into aristotelianism like we have paid the french, german, russian ,and chinese costs. But that the problem is the jews were among us rather than in their own country, so their undermining was more successful than the french, german, russian, and chinese.
The question is whether we can correct course in the social sciences before immigration destroys our civilization and it’s ability to restore course in aristotelian-archimedian european realism, naturalism, operationalism, consistency, correspondence, sovereignty, rational choice, reciprocity, and markets in everything as the spectrum of near perfect correspondence with the universe in its physical, natural, and evolutionary laws.