DaveC426913
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Which means that the word mountain is endemic to English. And intaba is endemic to Zulu.which means ?
Neither are "natural".
And neither are the case in "any" language.
Which means that the word mountain is endemic to English. And intaba is endemic to Zulu.which means ?
Which means that the word mountain is endemic to English. And intaba is endemic to Zulu.
Neither are "natural".
And neither are the case in "any" language.
So, not "natural" at all.an-made.exactly , each language describes a mountain in its own way .
So, not "natural" at all.an-made.
So, man made. Indeed individually culture-made.
And that's where you miss the point, river.which means ?
And that's where you miss the point, river.
Tell me what is the difference between a hill and a mountain and would a Zwahili tribesman have a word for mountain in the first place. Would the word "mountain" resonate in the tribesman's brain and he would see the full scope of the difference between a mountain and a hill.
It's mathematics. Knowing the difference between the meaning of "more and less".
That's counting.
There you go, each discoverer makes up his own words (language) to identify what he has discovered.Zwahili tribesman uses the a word to describe what he sees , that's all .
mathematics is irrelevant
There you go, each discoverer makes up his own words (language) to identify what he has discovered.
Language is a mathematical construct.
It is my answer to the God question.whats with this insistence of mathematical construct ?
It is my answer to the God question.
Because it is a rational concept of the nature of spacetime and how reality becomes explicated.why?
Because it is a rational concept of the nature of spacetime and how reality becomes explicated.
An implacable collection of dynamical mathematical values and function, a deterministic matrix.
Think of a fractal zoom and the incredible and fantastical journey it takes you on. An infinite number of abstract shapes can emerge from a simple fractal function alone.
Bollocks - you just state your case very badly (or change your mind about what you do mean).that is what I mean't all along , you just misunderstood what I was getting at
No.every word in any language has an inherent meaning .
And no.The origin of any word has a basis to it . based on the language its self and what it is describing .
No.inotherwords the mathematics of these values is based on the objects and/or their behavior .
Meaningless.the abstract fractal shapes never change . they are based on the shape that was before .
Bollocks - you just state your case very badly (or change your mind about what you do mean).
No.
And no.
Likewise:
No.
And
Meaningless.
Yes, and variable values to boot.of which all the values have decimal places . gravity , planck constant , pie , elementry charge , gas constant etc .
The values and their mutual interactions are mathematically determined by both the interactive values of the objects and the values of the medium, i.e. external environment.inotherwords the mathematics of these values is based on the objects and/or their behavior . not from space
Oh again, I really disagree We can start with a simple triangle based fractal and make the most beautiful curved patterns, flowers, galaxies, cosmic clouds.the abstract fractal shapes never change . they are based on the shape that was before .
Yes, and variable values to boot.
The values and their mutual interactions are mathematically determined by both the value of the object and the value of the medium, i.e. external environment.
Oh again, I really disagree We can start with a simple triangle based fractal and make the most beautiful curved patterns, flowers, galaxies, cosmic clouds.
The "Pillars of Creation" from the Eagle Nebula. Evidence from the Spitzer Telescope suggests that the pillars may already have been destroyed by a supernova explosion, but the light showing us the destruction will not reach the Earth for another millennium.[1]
Or we can start with a mandelbrot fractal and slightly alter the mathematics.
In fact we can make a curve from simple straight lines of the same size. It's really neat....
https://www.ted.com/talks/roger_antonsen_math_is_the_hidden_secret_to_understanding_the_world
And The Life of a Circle,
Right, and that process is strictly regulated by mathematical permissions and restrictions. It is not God who says YES or NO to an event which follows mathematical imperatives. It is spacetime itself which allows or restricts the processes in accordance to all the extant mathematically related potentials. If not mathematically allowed, the functional event does not happen.yes , but the values are determined by the objects themselves . their interactions within themselves and with other objects . movement.
Right, and that process is strictly regulated by mathematical permissions and restrictions. It is not God who says YES or NO to an event which follows mathematical imperatives. It is spacetime itself which allows or restricts the processes in accordance to all the extant mathematically related potentials. If not mathematically allowed, the functional event does not happen.
That's the wrong question. Take away the mathematical function and objects would not be able to form, there would be total chaos. The mathematics bring order (patterns) to chaos, as well as to objects which must follow the mathematical patterns.mathematics is irrelevant
it is the objects that rule mathematics .
take away objects , on what does mathematics fundamentally ground it self on ?
Chaos theory is a branch of mathematics focusing on the behavior of dynamical systems that are highly sensitive to initial conditions.
'Chaos' is an interdisciplinary theory stating that within the apparent randomness of chaotic complex systems, there are underlying patterns, constant feedback loops, repetition, self-similarity, fractals, self-organization, and reliance on programming at the initial point known as sensitive dependence on initial conditions.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaos_theoryThe butterfly effect describes how a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state, e.g. a butterfly flapping its wings in China can cause a hurricane in Texas