Lecture I – Beauty and Truth in Mathematics and Science c squared financial

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sRobert May, Baron May of Oxford; Professor, Zoology, Oxford University and Imperial College
October 2, 2012

2012 Stanislaw Ulam Memorial Lectures

May explores the extent to which beauty has guided, and still guides, humanity’s quest to understand how the world works, with a brief look at the interactions among beliefs, values, beauty, truth, and our expectations for tomorrow’s world. .

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IdentifiablePerson 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

Mathematics is no doubt beautiful and elegant and we completely understand it, because it is man made. His example of quadratic dynamic equation shows enjoyable colorful graphics.

But is mathematics useful for nature and engineering? No, it cannot be. Can you add apples and oranges? No you cannot, they violate the properties of real numbers. Only real numbers can be added. Can you add two apples? No you cannot do that either. Can you describe any property of an apple using mathematics? You cannot. Thus mathematics is no good for nature and therefore not even for engineering.

The main reason being math is false. Real numbers are not objects of nature, they do not grow on trees, nor can it be mined from earth. Thus  real numbers are false. How can you create anything that is true, by using something false, like math? Take a look at https://theoryofsouls.wordpress.com/ for many examples.

Fuck religion 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

x = y.
Then x2 = xy.
Subtract the same thing from both sides:
x2 y2
= xy y2.
Dividing by (xy),
x + y = y.
Since x = y, we see that
2 y = y.
Thus 2 = 1, since we started with y nonzero.
Subtracting 1 from both sides,
1 = 0.

i did this to prove math is not true !, but the beauty is the painter that ties the numbers together with his pen strokes. Dont believe the hype!!!!

melancholiac 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

The philanthropy of knowledge is wondrous: we are all made
so much richer for hearing this, yet the philanthropist himself is by no means poorer.

a salad 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

i love hearing smart people talk 

Adisha Kariyawasam 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

Wonderful thought-provoking lecture that has rekindled my passion for mathematics and science.

Vijay Pillai 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

I like geniuses who tackle some of the unsolved millenium mathematical problems not simple problem which  a 9 year old could have solved like so called chaos theory. 

Jussi Hannunen 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

"The problems that we face in tomorrow's world we are not addressing well as a result of our failure to understand much of what we need to understand about ourselves." Agreed.

Ben Johnston 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

I love smart people that can explain things to we regular people without so-called dumbing down.

Waxing a bit more romantic: Such enjoyment I find from minds like this which soar so high, yet are able to comfortably mingle about and explain things with the pedestrian thoughts of we surface-dwellers 🙂

TERESA LACETERNALOVE 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

" … Aesthetics in Mathematcs and the Persue of it … " 


TERESA LACETERNALOVE 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

Of Course I join !

TERESA LACETERNALOVE 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

To think in an Abstract Way . Not Subjectic . But Objective . 
Inteligence is the Abstraction Capacity . 

Kieran D. Kelly 26/09/2021 - 12:41 AM

that was very good…


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