email@example.com wrote: > Brian wrote: > > You are confusing two concepts: "cruel" and "indifferent". > > > > If you trip over a rock, the rock is not being cruel, just indifferent. > > > > If you throw a rock at someone, that is cruel. > > > > If you repeatedly smash your head against a rock, > > which you do here, and others point out that maybe > > you should try to do something useful instead, are > > they being cruel? > > > > If you repeatedly try to convince others that smashing > > your head against a rock is a good idea, and that they > > should try it too, aren't YOU the cruel one? > > Well, that makes sense for a rock, but mathematics is about > intelligence. > > I suggest to you that math IS intelligence. > > It is the sine qua non of intelligence. > > So, you can say that the math KNOWS what it is doing when you run out > of money, and can't feed yourself. It just doesn't give you more so > that you can survive. > > It will let you die, despite its absolute intelligence. > > Get it? > > I will win here despite all the opposition because the math is what > rules, and the denials of posters is just about gaining the > energy--mathematically required--to allow me to change the academic > world. > > So despite your belief in your own free will and intelligence, your > behavior is really just about the need to change one piece of the world > as mathematically required as the math is absolute intelligence, so > there is no way you can change what MUST logically happen. > > So, math is not a rock. > > It is absolute intelligence. Complete and total intelligence. > > So it knows what it is doing to you. > > > James Harris
So you are saying that math is sentient?
Are you sure you want to add that statement to your list of accomplishments?
I am sure that you will be taking down the world of current acadamia with that little insight.