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The Mathematician and the Outer Game II

T5JE: time imagination cancels any reality
underlying any imagination of existence.
The Mathematician and the Outer Game I

It is an amazing imagination. Time is an immanent cost that the psyche pays for its self-awareness. This implies consciousness and consciousness implies the imagination of something that exists, that is, the imagination of reality. The JVI mathematician creates the imagination of deciphering or decoding the reality of things. Imagine, then, the difficult problem of selecting known things as a model for things as yet unknown. The difficulty lies in the fact that there are no known things. When René Descartes imagined the "thinking thing" he did not decipher or decode its being. The thinking thing has not been deciphered or decoded to reveal what it is in itself, that is, its structure has not been described or explained in detail so that we could say "now we know exactly what the thinking thing is." Nor would it be possible because this would require reliable previous imaginations of things from reality that served as parameters for accomplishing the new thing.

The JVI mathematician is not convinced of the reality of the thinking thing. The T5JE demonstrates that thinking things, like anything else, cannot exist in themselves because things are nullified by imagination time. René Descartes's "cogito ergo sum" can be replaced by imagination "I imagine, so I imagine the possibility of imagining existence." The JVI mathematician does not imagine that it "exists". He imagines the possibility of imagination of existence. There is a radical difference in imagination. He then carefully takes some imaginations as fundamental and tries to deduce from mathematics the imaginations of real things. If this imagination is on a good logical path, then there must be other imaginings with great power of nullity, of self-created existences, analogous to Imagination time. The JVI mathematician then imagines, inspired by this imagination, that science has been nothing other than an imagination that nullifies the imaginations of existence of self-consciousness. That is, every time self-consciousness focuses on "one thing" and tries to decipher it and decode it by imagining what it is in itself, science proves that this "thing" does not really exist. When science itself imagines, then, precisely what is apparent to self-consciousness, it produces an imagination whose underlying reality exists only if the psyche creates the imagination "that it exists" in some way. For example, the electron is not somewhere defined; It is probably somewhere in a region of space. This point will never be determined. Self awareness creates the imagination that it is at some point. In fact, points do not exist as things in themselves anywhere, neither in geometry nor in reality; They are only imaginations.

The subatomic world is a world of appearances of possibilities. There are, in fact, in themselves no "subatomic things" that can be deciphered or decoded as absolute reality independent of the psyche's imaginations. For example, the electron is an imagination of the possibilities of imagination of subatomic things. One possibility of imagination is the electron particle, another possibility is the electron wave. No one would admit that it is male and female depending on how it is observed, but in the subatomic world this kind of cognitive dissonance is admitted.

The imagination of electron possibilities contains the possibilities of imagination speed and imagination position. When the psyche increases the energy of imagination speed, the energy of imagination position decreases. This is no coincidence for the JVI mathematician. The psyche does not have the power to create existences. The psyche can only produce imaginations and does so in profusion, but it cannot create existences. If she could always increase the energy of the imagination of all the characteristic imaginations of a thing, then she would have the power to process the creation of this thing as it was increasingly imagining the very being of the thing itself. Creation processing would be convergent and therefore the process convergence point would eventually exist. The JVI mathematician is not surprised by this imagination since in mathematics analogous imaginations are produced. The axioms and postulates are imaginations that prevent the psyche from engaging in nonconverting processing of the creation of a mathematical object. Therefore, the non-convergence of mathematical creation processes is the reason for the axioms and postulates as starting points. In other words, the world of mathematics is a hypothetical world, it has no existence. Similarly, the real world that science imagines is hypothetical, and will never be deciphered or decoded in its very being because the psyche has no power to create existences. Carl Popper gave us a brilliant insight as he conveyed to us the imagination that theories and experiments prove nothing. Theories and experiments have merely unmasked unsustainable imaginations in some sense or give some extra breath to an imagination not nullifying it for the time being. The JVI mathematician then imagines an imagination that generalizes Popper's profound imagination. Theories
They are always just imaginations. Since nonexistence is the only stable and perennial reality, there must be some hint of the eternal "weakness in the face of reality" of scientific theories.
The JVI mathematician envisions as evidence the psyche's growing ignorance of the reality it invented itself. In fact, scientific theories proliferate in profusion precisely because the psyche's ignorance of reality is increasing.

The JVI mathematician wonders, surprised, that scientific knowledge increases, but ignorance increases much more. The difficulties of science are imaginations that demand more and more energy to dispel. Creativity is a high energy imagination and its power is increasingly diminished in the face of greater scientific ignorance. For example, the imagination difficulty in uniting quantum mechanics with the theory of relativity is greater than any previous imagination in elaborating both.

Imagination's difficulty in fighting mutant viruses and bacteria is greater than any previous difficulty in discovering them and fighting them for the first time. After an enormous effort in 2,000 years of mathematics and physics, astrophysicists come to imagine that matter constitutes only 4% of the observable universe. After so much biological knowledge, the psyche creates the imagination that life is a "biosphere gambiarra" and the imagination homo sapiens sapiens is an adaptive accident integrated into a planet's reaction to the infernal pressure of the nearest star. In this way, time has an important companion of annulment of existences, namely, the attitude of self-consciousness itself in creating imaginations of increasing approximation of being itself to reality that it itself invented.

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