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Joshian Conjectures ( i.e. Superultramodern Scientific Conjectures )
Joshian Conjectures ( i.e. Superultramodern Scientific Conjectures )   by Dr Kedar Joshi Following are some conjectures of Dr Kedar Joshi ( i.e. myself ) that are more or less essential to the superultramodern science. 1. Joshian Conjecture of Three Dimensional Space - Space has three and only three ( spatial ) dimensions. Basis : i. There is no evidence to believe in hyperspace : space with more than three ( spatial ) dimensions. Also the NSTP ( Non – Spatial Thinking Process ) theory...

The Superultramodern Principia : The Foundations of Superultramodern Science (SS)
The Superultramodern Principia : The Foundations of Superultramodern Science (SS)   by Dr Kedar Joshi The Superultramodern Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (in short, The Superultramodern Principia) mainly combines The NSTP (Non - Spatial Thinking Process) Theory and Conmathematics (Conceptual Mathematics). It also entails some other ideas of Dr Kedar Joshi like 'If reason itself is flawed', Great flaws in modern/ultramodern physics, The nature of science, mathematics, and...

The Superultramodern Scientific Explanation of the Fundamental Forces
The Superultramodern Scientific Explanation of the Fundamental Forces   by Dr Kedar Joshi Part IThe particle theorists' explanation of the fundamental forces - 1) Explanation of the force of repulsion - 'In quantum mechanics, the forces or interactions between matter particles are all supposed to be carried by particles of integer spin - 0, 1, or 2. What happens is that a matter particle, such as an electron or a quark, emits a force - carrying particle. The recoil from this emission changes...

The Non - Spatial Natural Selection (NSNS) or The NSTP Theory of Evolution
The Non - Spatial Natural Selection (NSNS) or The NSTP Theory of Evolution   by Dr Kedar Joshi Some Background - 'To suppose that the eye, with all its inimitable contrivances for adjusting the focus to different distances, for admitting different amounts of light, and for the correction of spherical and chromatic aberration, could have been formed by natural selection, seems, I freely confess, absurd in the highest possible degree. Yet reason tells me, that if numerous gradations from a...

The NSTP Theoretical Resolution of Zeno's Paradoxes
The NSTP Theoretical Resolution of Zeno's Paradoxes   by Dr Kedar Joshi Zeno of Elea's (b.490 BC) arguments against motion precipitated a crisis in Greek thought. All of these, concerning motion, have had a profound influence on the development of mathematics. They are described in Aristotle's great work 'Physics' and are presented as four arguments in the form of paradoxes, stated below : 1. The Racecourse or Dichotomy Paradox - There is no motion because that which is moved must arrive at...

Conmathematical Resolution of Russell's Paradox
Conmathematical Resolution of Russell's Paradox   by Dr Kedar Joshi Russell's Paradox - 'A paradox uncovered by Bertrand Russell in 1901 that forced a reformulation of set theory. One version of Russell's paradox, known as the barber paradox, considers a town with a male barber who, every day, shaves every man who doesn't shave himself, and no one else. Does the barber shave himself ? The scenario as described requires that the barber shave himself if and only if he does not ! Russell's...

Conmathematics (Conceptual Mathematics) : The Superultramodern Mathematics (SM)
Conmathematics (Conceptual Mathematics) : The Superultramodern Mathematics (SM)   by Dr Kedar Joshi The term Conmathematics [ invented by Kedar Joshi (b.1979), Cambridge (England), i.e. myself ] means Conceptual Mathematics. It is a meta - mathematical system that defines the structure of Superultramodern Mathematical Science. (Conmathematics means that modern/ultramodern mathematics is not as conceptual as it should be.) It has four main components. 1. Conmathematical Definition of...

The NSTP (Non - Spatial Thinking Process) Theory as a Masterkey : Non - Spatial Universal Mechanics
The NSTP (Non - Spatial Thinking Process) Theory as a Masterkey : Non - Spatial Universal Mechanics   by Dr Kedar Joshi The NSTP ( Non - Spatial Thinking Process ) theory, a published invention (2002) of Kedar Joshi ( b. 1979 ) (i.e.Myself), a Cambridge ( England ) based philosopher, is a position that, in computer terminology, regards Universe as a Non - Spatial Computer and Space as a Virtual Reality (UNSCSVR). This model of reality can resolve the mysteries surrounding quantum mechanics (...

Superultramodern Quotes and Dialogues
Superultramodern Quotes and Dialogues   by Dr Kedar Joshi Following are some quotes and dialogues that reflect the principles of superultramodern science ( physics, mathematical science, and philosophy ). (The creation of Dr Kedar Joshi (b.1979), Cambridge, UK) The 21st Century Intellectual Battlefield (The battle is fierce, prolong, essential, and inevitable.)'Philosophy is written in this grand book - I mean the universe - which stands continually open to our gaze, but it cannot be...

Joshian Meditations (i.e. Superultramodern Meditations)
Joshian Meditations (i.e. Superultramodern Meditations)   by Dr Kedar Joshi In my philosophical journey ( and having believed to have demystified most of the greatest mysteries of the universe ) I have now arrived at a groundbreaking thought. Two strangest ideas are responsible for my arrival, the ideas that are ultimately related to the idea of creation. 1. I cannot deny the necessity of creation for each and every aspect / element of the non-eternal universe, i.e. the form of the universe...

The Superultramodern Universal Communism (SUC)
The Superultramodern Universal Communism (SUC)    by Dr Kedar Joshi Some Background - As long as there is ego there is badness, not in mere existence but prevailing goodness, often hidden inside the deceptive covers of apparent goodness.Every man seeks pleasure and happiness. There is absolutely nothing wrong in it. The point is what one has pleasure in. The one who has pleasure in the welfare of others (only for the sake of the welfare of others) is a good person. And thus I am sure most of...

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