February 1, 2018

In physics’ continued attempts to mathematically model the physical world, models that are at best rough approximations are accepted as uncontested fact. This is a limitation of physics itself, as approximations work just fine for any intents and purposes. This can be seen in the lack of precision calculations physicists use i...

December 1, 2017

For centuries, mathematical progress has followed a two-process cycle; defining a problem, then proving a solution. The emphasis here should be on proving, there are many problems for which many solutions have been conjectured, but none have yet been proven. These problems are considered unsolved, and for mathematical work to...

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