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Organic Mathematics' reasoning is based on direct perceptions of the researched subjects, where the researcher's cognition is an inseparable factor of the real-time research. For example, by using direct perception we immediately understand that the claim that infinitely many 0-dim elements can completely cover a 1-dim element, is a false claim. Some mathematicians are using examples like "dragging point" in order to claim otherwise, but the simple fact is that 0-dim element can't be dragged, because any change of a position of a 0-dim element is a disjoint 0-dim element, and this fact is invariant, no matter what scale is used. In other words, the stretching abilities of a "dragging point" is exactly one 0-dim and disjoint element. This is not the case with a 1-dim element. Such an element exists at-once in at least two given locations (which is a property that no 0-dim element has). The ability of a 1-dim element to be at-once in at least two given locations, gives it its non-local property. It must be stressed that direct perception has no room for researcher's subjective manipulations, because it is directly based on the simple and fundamental notion of the essential difference between 0-dim and 1-dim elements.

Organic Mathematics' reasoning is based on direct perceptions of the researched subjects, where the researcher's cognition is an inseparable factor of the real-time research. For example, by using direct perception we immediately understand that the claim that infinitely many 0-dim elements can completely cover a 1-dim element, is a false claim. Some mathematicians are using examples like "dragging point" in order to claim otherwise, but the simple fact is that 0-dim element can't be dragged, because any change of a position of a 0-dim element is a disjoint 0-dim element, and this fact is invariant, no matter what scale is used. In other words, the stretching abilities of a "dragging point" is exactly one 0-dim and disjoint element. This is not the case with a 1-dim element. Such an element exists at-once in at least two given locations (which is a property that no 0-dim element has). The ability of a 1-dim element to be at-once in at least two given locations, gives it its non-local property. It must be stressed that direct perception has no room for researcher's subjective manipulations, because it is directly based on the simple and fundamental notion of the essential difference between 0-dim and 1-dim elements.

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Organic Mathematics (OM)

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The Science of Direct Perception

(A non-formal introduction)

Doron Shadmi

Organic Mathematics' reasoning is based on direct perceptions of the researched subjects,where the researcher's cognition is an inseparable factor of the real-time research. Forexample, by using direct perception we immediately understand that the claim thatinfinitely many 0-dim elements can completely cover a 1-dim element, is a false claim.Some mathematicians are using examples like "dragging point" in order to claimotherwise, but the simple fact is that 0-dim element can't be dragged, because any changeof a position of a 0-dim element is a disjoint 0-dim element, and this fact is invariant, nomatter what scale is used. In other words, the stretching abilities of a "dragging point" isexactly one 0-dim and disjoint element. This is not the case with a 1-dim element. Suchan element exists

at-once

in at least two given locations (which is a property that no 0-dim element has). The ability of a 1-dim element to be

at-once

in at least two givenlocations, gives it its non-local property. It must be stressed that direct perception has noroom for researcher's subjective manipulations, because it is directly based on the simpleand fundamental notion of the essential difference between 0-dim and 1-dim elements.Most of "pure mathematicians" do not understand the 1-dim element as an example of Non-locality, and the 0-dim element as an example of Locality. Because of thisfundamental misunderstanding, they miss the following:

1

) No collection of 0-dim elements can completely cover a 1-dim element.

2

) As a result no collection of 0-dim elements is complete (there are always uncovereddomains along the 1-dim element, no matter how many 0-dim elements exist along the 1-dim element). For more details, please read page 7.

x

is an element.Definition 1:

Identity

is a property of

x

, which allows its recognition (using cognition is valid in OM).Definition 2:

Copy

is a duplication of a single

identity

.Definition 3:If

x

has more than a single

identity

which disallows its recognition, then

x

is called

Uncertain

.Definition 4:If

x

has more than a single

copy

, then

x

is called

Redundant

.

3

) There is a universe that is the result of the association between Non-locality andLocality, which is measured

at least

by

n

-Uncertainty

x

n

-Redundancy tree.Some examples of

n

-Uncertainty

x

n

-Redundancy tree are shown in the next page.

2

The

n

-Uncertainty

x

n

-Redundancy tree, where

n

=1 to 3, is constructed as follows (theseexamples are partial cases):

1x1A .(1) = (A)

2X2(AB,AB) (AB,A) (AB,B) (A,A) (B,B) (A,B)A * * A * * A * . A * * A . . A * .| | | | | | | | | | | |B *_* B *_. B *_* B ._. B *_* B ._*(2,2) = (AB,AB)(2,1) = (AB,A),(AB,B)(1,1) = (A,A),(B,B),(A,B)3X3A . . .| | |B . . .| | |C ._._.(3,3,3) = (ABC,ABC,ABC)(3,3,2) = (ABC,ABC,AB),(ABC,ABC,AC),(ABC,ABC,BC)(3,3,1) = (ABC,ABC,A),(ABC,ABC,B),(ABC,ABC,C)(3,2,2) =(ABC,AB,AB),(ABC,AB,AC),(ABC,AB,BC)(ABC,AC,AC),(ABC,BC,BC)(3,2,1) =(ABC,AB,A),(ABC,AB,B),(ABC,AB,C)(ABC,AC,A),(ABC,AC,B),(ABC,AC,C)(ABC,BC,A),(ABC,BC,B),(ABC,BC,C)(2,2,2) =(AB,AB,AB),(AB,AC,AB),(AB,BC,AB)(AC,AC,AC),(AC,AB,AC),(AC,BC,AC)(BC,BC,BC),(BC,AB,BC),(BC,AC,BC)(2,2,1) =(AB,AB,A),(AB,AB,B),(AB,AB,C)(AB,AC,A),(AB,AC,B),(AB,AC,C)(AB,BC,A),(AB,BC,B),(AB,BC,C)(1,1,3) =(A,A,ABC),(B,B,ABC),(A,B,ABC)(A,C,ABC),(B,C,ABC)(1,1,2) =(A,A,AB),(A,A,AC),(A,A,BC)(B,B,AB),(B,B,AC),(B,B,BC)(A,B,AB),(A,B,AC),(A,B,BC)(A,C,AB),(A,C,AC),(A,C,BC)(B,C,AB),(B,C,AC),(B,C,BC)(1,1,1) =(A,A,A),(B,B,B),(C,C,C)

(A,A,B),(A,A,C),(B,B,A)

(B,B,C),(C,C,A),(C,C,B),(A,B,C)

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It must be noticed that any

n

-Uncertainty

x

n

-Redundancy tree can be taken at-once as asingle element, or as any collection of its branches, but no matter how any

n

-Uncertainty

x

n

-Redundancy tree is taken, it is always the result of Non-Locality\Localityassociations, where Uncertainty, Redundancy and the researcher's real-time cognition areinseparable factors of any research.Let us use direct perception in order to understand the real-line.According to Standard Math, there is one and only one set of elements, called the realnumbers, along the real-line, which are filtered according to some principles.We can use Ford Circle in order to rigorously demonstrate it:The whole numbers are the result of a filter that ignores the existence of elementsbetween some two given locations, which are based on tangent circles of the same size(the whole numbers are based only on elements like these two given locations).The rational numbers are the result of a filter that ignores the existence of elements thatare not based on tangent circles, between some two given locations (the two givenlocations are included in the collection of rational numbers).The irrational numbers are the result of any location between some two given locationsthat are not the results of the previous two filters.