In the topic of causality and probability theory, there is an inequality that stands out from the very beginning. It is the probability-raising inequality. The probability-raising inequality states that for an event to be a cause of another, the conditional probability of the effect, given that the cause occurs, must be greater that the probability of the effect alone. The general form of the orig... » Continue Reading

The ultimate reality (Dao?) can be seen in a gradient with a clear ending, like this: There are infinite steps of gradient before reaching the limit. It is the same as real numbers, but more visually oriented instead of math oriented. :root { --logo-blue: #556B2F; --darker-blue: #006400; --lighter-blue: #4682B4; --even-lighter-blue: ; --lightest-blue: ; --dark-orange: ; --light-orange: ; --even-li... » Continue Reading

Since I am not an academic or established researcher, I will document here an important finding I made in Probability theory. I call it "Certainty", and it can be used to determine the amount of certainty or how random a probabilistic system is. This can be considered the counterpart of Shannon's Entropy, which is a measure of uncertainty. Let X be a discrete random variable , with probability di... » Continue Reading

I discovered the “Fibonacci tree”. Is a binary tree where the number of nodes appear in a Fibonacci sequence. For example, 1 appears 1 time, 2 appears 1 time, 3 appears 2 times, 4 appears 3 times…etc. :root { --logo-blue: #556B2F; --darker-blue: #006400; --lighter-blue: #4682B4; --even-lighter-blue: ; --lightest-blue: ; --dark-orange: ; --light-orange: ; --even-lighter-orange: ; --green: ; } * { }... » Continue Reading

I have been thinking about what gravity really is. The best I can come up with is that space exerts pressure on matter. This makes it seem like matter attracts matter, but it really is space pushing matter together. When matter floats freely in space the pressure from space is in equilibrium, as it pushes the same from each side. When a clump of matter is close to another clump this equilibrium is... » Continue Reading

Everything changes when you switch the word "possessions" for "belongings". So the song by John Lennon, would say: Imagine no belongings, now you see it. It doesn't make sense. En español es igual, si cambias la palabra "posesiones" por "pertenencias". La palabra posesión es negativa. The word "possession" is negative. No wonder is used in horror films. :root { --logo-blue: #556B2F; --darker-blue:... » Continue Reading

Planets and other formations are nothing more than clumps of space. I think the space-time continuum as understood by Einstein is separate from matter, but it is actually just One, so it is exactly like this picture of milk with clumps. So if somebody asked you: what are the clumps made of? you could enumerate its chemical components, like fat etc. Or you could just answer: of course, they are mad... » Continue Reading

What if everything is space? Instead of having objects + space, it would be just space, denser in some places, more diluted in others, so a planet is a denser part of space, to the point that it gets solid, like a wart in the skin, it is still skin but it is also a wart. This way of looking at it makes sense and is in alignment with the ancient belief that ALL is ONE. It's just space. For example ... » Continue Reading