> > Starting with some preliminaries: > > If one adopts the view of existential indeterminacy then you dont > really have axioms which form the basis of mathematics. There should > be a conjectural equivalent of every axiom, but strictly speaking > there are no true axioms in the sense of mathematics.
You don't have any idea what mathematics is.
>Futher, I dont > want to fall back on axioms or their equivalent because that could be > seen as a kind of philosophical cop-out.
This is just your high-falutin excuse to not do any work. All endeavors require a starting point, including pissing in the toilet and eating your breakfast.
You still have not defined mass using only space and time nor shown how to measure it with a ruler.