There are three recognized laws of logic. They cannot be disproven, and they do not need to be proven because they simply are. They are the foundation of arguments of “proof”. 384 more words

#### Proof 0.0: An Introduction to An Intoduction to Mathematical Proof

Wise men say only fools rush in

Can’t Help Falling in Loveby Elvis Presley

I will begin at the beginning. This initial post provides a reading list for those who wish to get a good grounding in the basic concepts and ideas required to understand and carry out ones own mathematical proofs.

970 more words#### Plenum

So my last round of musing was on the subject of “emptiness.” Connected to that idea is the concept of “fullness,” of “plenum.” I suspect that one of the primary failures of contemporary metaphysics is misunderstanding which is really which: that is to say, what is really full, and what is really empty. 1,311 more words

#### Create your own narrative...

To get to the point:

STOP LETTING THE MEDIA CREATE WHAT YOU BELIEVE OR DETERMINE HOW YOU FEEL!!!

People, let’s all get real for a second and understand that what you put into that tissue between your ears via your eyes, ears, nose, and senses will determine how you think. 454 more words

#### Embarrassment

This is a just a random epiphany I had the other day when thinking about an embarrassing situation. I ended up trying to fathom the logic behind what makes a situation embarrassing. 370 more words