Monthly Archives: March 2014

Spontaneous negentropy misunderstanding…

Quote: “Deriving a second order differential equation for a likely system of wave-like monopoles and its solutions is not a gargantuan task, especially on the basis of symmetrical considerations; however experimentally settling upon the masses, indeed is.” In my opinion the justification for a ‘multiverse’ approach … Continue reading

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Universal Holism and Individualized Reductionism.

Universal Holism and Individualized Reductionism When a Whole Cannot be the Sum of its Parts Plato, Kant, Nietsche evolving views on complex dynamic existential reality. INTRODUCTION. It is almost impossible for a normal healthy human being to have an opinion … Continue reading

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