# Reality is...

Matrix multiplication represents the composition of linear maps between vector spaces. So, the extent that you can model aspects of reality as transformations between linear spaces, matrix multiplication faithfully represents those aspects of reality.

But the map is not the territory. Reality isn't the matrix multiplications. Rather, we can model various aspects of reality using matrix multiplication. What's really "out there" beyond our human minds and clever symbology is a question of philosophy.

Matrix multiplication represents the composition of linear maps between vector spaces. So, the extent that you can model aspects of reality as transformations between linear spaces, matrix multiplication faithfully represents those aspects of reality.

But the map is not the territory. Reality isn't the matrix multiplications. Rather, we can model various aspects of reality using matrix multiplication. What's really "out there" beyond our human minds and clever symbology is a question of philosophy.

Thank you for your response. Though I am not in complete agreement with it. If reality is indeed matrix mathematics, then any transformation between two vector spaces would indeed be included as a transformation of reality.

If reality is indeed matrix mathematics,
News flash, reality is not matrix mathematics. This has been reports as batshit crazy stuff in the science section.

News flash, reality is not matrix mathematics. This has been reports as batshit crazy stuff in the science section.

And you have been reported as confusing ignorance with competence.

And you have been reported as confusing ignorance with competence.
No confusion on my part. You are the one that seems to have no grasp on reality.

I'm like, not really go to even try and make sense of those.

Could you think of me like a four year old and try to explain it to me simply?

Energy transfers itself from one moment to another depending on the actions of the object which carries it. Action = [energy]·[time]. The object itself is made up of an energy field. Not free, but bounded.

No confusion on my part. You are the one that seems to have no grasp on reality.

Incorrect. You are the one that is nearsighted or just plain stupid.

My problem is you appear to be flirting with physical equations (E=mc^2, F=ma) in philosophy? I don't know what you're aiming at.

My problem is you appear to be flirting with physical equations (E=mc^2, F=ma) in philosophy? I don't know what you're aiming at.

My apologies if I was unclear. I was attempting to answer your question in regards to my conception of physical matter and its relationship to energy.

Incorrect. You are the one that is nearsighted or just plain stupid.
I am nearsighted, however I am not stupid. Sorry, but saying reality is matrix mathematics is crazy talk.

My apologies if I was unclear. I was attempting to answer your question in regards to my conception of physical matter and its relationship to energy.
We already have a reasonable handle on that relationship:
E = MC^2

This precisely explains the relationship, nay, their equivalence.
Action = [energy]·[time]
Not sure what you mean here??

Not sure what you mean here??

Action is measured in Joules/ second. [energy]·[time].

Action is measured in Joules/ second. [energy]·[time].
So [energy].[time] means energy divided by time??

So you're saying that "Action" is merely another word for Power, usually measured in Watts (1 Watt being 1 Joule/second)?

If so, why not just use the term that everyone would most likely understand??

So [energy].[time] means energy divided by time??

So you're saying that "Action" is merely another word for Power, usually measured in Watts (1 Watt being 1 Joule/second)?

If so, why not just use the term that everyone would most likely understand??

Yes, energy times time is Action. Whereas Power = Energy divided by time.

Another in the long series of 'reality is' bullshit. Spellbound just can't make up his mind.

Another in the long series of 'reality is' bullshit. Spellbound just can't make up his mind.

It's certainly not bullshit. And it has nothing to do with being unable to make up my mind. Reality is a thing that comes in many forms.

It's certainly not bullshit. And it has nothing to do with being unable to make up my mind. Reality is a thing that comes in many forms.

How would reality come in more than one?

How would reality come in more than one?

Good question. When the reality of our universe originated in the Big Bang, it took a single, simple form. Then, after symmetry breaking, it became many. But it still remained as one. An endomorphism.