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March 15, 2014 / porton

(Theology) What is physical reality?

In this blog I write mainly about mathematics. But this time I will allow myself to write on some philosophy from biblical Christianity positions.

Christ is truth, as it is clear from His own words: (John 14:6) “Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life.”

In my opinion, this means that Christ is the set of all true formulas. In other words, He is a boolean function which takes any formula and returns whether it is true.

Thus Christ is a perfect computer.

On the other hand, He is a part of physical reality: (Jn. 8:12) “… Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world…””, that is He is the electromagnetism or electromagnetic radiation of the Universe. But “light” is a part of the Universe.

So there is a real physical computer capable checking any mathematical formula for trueness.

Any formula! This means that anything which can be expressed as a formula really exists (and anything can be expressed as a set of math formulas some of which may be true and some are not).

Stressing this again: Any mathematical formula exists in reality.

This means, that laws of physics are not related to any particular subset of formulas, but anything expressed by any formula exists physically.

The conclusion of this is that the physical world and mathematical (platonic) world are the same!

The physics known to scientists is so just a part of mathematics. Our observable world is this way a part of mathematics (the platonic universe).

Another conclusion of this is, that the entire Universe is infinite and thus our observable meta-galaxy (and even the conjectured by physicists multiverse) is just a part of an infinite Universe.

See also this my article about Christ and God.

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