Brent Antonson

A Case for a Mathematic God 3.0

Now it seems too simplistic to say 1=1=2, a good many people have been told to shut up (including me!) for saying it. Especially using it to highlight that if this equation has any problem, then the rest of the world.

Brent Antonson
May 12, 2022
6 min read

A Case for a Mathematic God 3.0

At the age of five or six, one learns in the first year of school how to represent 1+1=2. Children know if they have something, their friend has something as well, and if they take that something away from someone, they now have two. It’s Elementary Greed (positive). Conversely, if they have those two somethings and someone manages to take them away, 2-2=0. Greed (negative).

Children learn to represent their win or loss using symbols (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0) as a measuring stick. We’ve only had this sequence of numbers since the 16th century so be wary of them. Imagine Pythagoras trying to calculate pie using the Greek alphabet.

Children learn to write this addition down one day in school, thrilled at their accomplishment when - suddenly they’re 30-years-old and, and even though they may deliver pizzas on a bicycle, their life is ruled over by mathematics.

We might not think we use integral or differential calculus, but we do every time we guesstimate how many cans of pizza sauce can fit on the top shelf. We might not think we use quantum theory but that is what we do when we make Kraft Dinner, argue against nuclear war, or flip on a light switch.

"Did you know that there is not enough copper in the world to make half of the homes in China as used to 120v as we are? Are you happy with the electricity? China isn’t. And where do we buy that copper from? China" - China News Service

Now, what if your father determined that now, at the age of six, you must quit school and go work in the mines. You learned how to represent greed and loss with 1+1=2 and 2-2=0 and that’s all the math you got to study.

Using that small example we can picture an illiterate life, like traveling to another country where everything is in a language you don’t understand. Italy or maybe Sweden or maybe Belarus?

We can use our small fundamental grasp on the truth to work with our pizza delivery service. We can add two pizzas and get the total. If someone gives us cash, we may have to give them their change, if they’re too cheap to leave it as a tip. So if one pizza is $5, $5+$5=$10. If they give us a $20 bill, $20-$10=$10.

If 1+1=2 then there’s a whole lot we can do with that equation. We can add and subtract, maybe even peer into the multiplication tables, and ‘notice’ that multiplication is the same thing as adding. 3x3=9 because 3+3+3=9.

And since you sometimes cook the pizzas too, you know that you cannot bake a round pizza to fit “exactly” into the square box. You are positive that there’s a reason behind it but you don’t have a teacher to ask. You figure out that the pizza’s relationship with the box is irrational, loud, and obtrusive. If you get to the point where you have 22/7 as an estimate of the number of pieces you can fit in, you run up against 3.1415926…

But you needed to get to 22/7. It means you must place some value on equal ideas in your mind. You must know 3x7=21 and 21+1=22 and 2x3=6 and 6+1=7. It just logically follows (whereas something said that doesn’t have anything to do with the situation at hand, like someone at a housefire asking you how many legs a termite has) is known as a non-sequitur, that’s Latin for “it does not belong” and this is the only time I get to pass on that trivial knowledge.

In the future, you own PIZZAS INTERNATIONAL, and you have 4500 staff in 63 countries! And still the complicated math you use every day is simple math. In fact, you require accountants to do just that. As you guesstimate those 15 cans of soup will probably fit on the shelf, yes, 16 will not fit. The last one almost balances so a rough estimate would be that the answer to the calculus problem is basically 15.5 – and you didn’t even know you were using calculus.

If 1+1=2, then the rest of the math must work according to that premise/axiom. And it all started in that classroom on the day your dad took you from school and made you go to work at the mines. Since 1+1=2, 45x46x47= 97,290 and 22/7= 3.1428571.

Now it seems too simplistic to say 1=1=2, a good many people have been told to shut up (including me!) for saying it. Especially using it to highlight that if this equation has any problem, then the rest of the world.

If 1+1.2=2 then we’d have to tear up all the math that we’d accepted. Now we have a new truth that will make everything uncomfortable. But wait, we KNOW 1+1.2=2 is WRONG! And we know 1+1=2! So put down that stapler and that spray paint! Let’s reimagine that the world is okay, 1+1=2, whew!

My point is that since 1+1=2, then mathematics works to describe everything. Except for quantum gravity. And dark matter, dark energy. But nothing explains these yet… however when the answers come, and they will, they will be found in the domain of both physics and mathematics. However, 1 quantum wave + one quantum wave = 2 quantum waves? Are we agreed?

Dark matter and energy will be solved in the domain of physics, not… Psychology. Whatever elegant number you may know, 7,786,688,713 (which is my phone number) is borne of math and is close to the population of the world. But it isn't randomness is great meaning! The 25 digits it takes me to use my credit card is of huge consequence from my fiscal viewpoint. I know pi to the 20th decimal and the Golden Ratio to the 10th. I can use calculus to figure out how many Xs will fit into Y space. Having been raised on Canada's border with America, I know Metric and Imperial.

Since 1+1=2, God is inferred as the cause of this truth, it is the acorn before the mighty oak. One thing, it is TRUE. It’s rational. And doubling one of anything is two of those. Unless you pick animals and one is a cat, the other is a mouse. 1 cat plus 1 mouse = 2 animals but 1 cat + 1 mouse = -1 mouse and only 1 remains. These are quantum fluctuations. It's both an alive/dead rat.

So, while 1+1=2 may be of little intellectual use to you - everything you've done from 1+1=2 is yours, and your alone. 8+3=14 could be the person you're standing beside or the strange looking 6+9-12=3 or the handsome 55+5.

That could be me; it could be you.

But if ten percent of us have an 83 or lower IQ, and we are considered, "stupid" - I'm guessing I can spot the 4+5=23 people... it's the 1+1=2 that you always must watch out for.

And from the Codex Magica:

"Two Plus Two Make Four"

Bob Whitaker, a Freemason, said men are not free to tell the truth:

In George Orwell's book 1984, it turns out that the whole hideous totalitarianism that crushed the hero is based on ending one simple, useless-sounding freedom. "Freedom," it says, "is the freedom to say that two plus two make four."

How incredible! Whitaker is right on target. Who would have ever thought that
in the once-great United States of America would reside almost 300 million souls, virtually every one of whom today is shaking in his boots, quivering, numb with fear over what dreadful things might happen if he just once simply put his foot down, gritted his teeth, and spit out the words:

I see the little man on the stair. He is there!
And two plus two makes four. And that's all there is to it. Period.

How sad that most men, by their cowardly silence, become secret collaborators, acquiescing in their own enslavement. What a marvelous and wonderful world this would be if just a small group of honest and thoughtful, courageous men and women would view the revealing and provocative photographs, illustrations, and proofs in Codex Magica and exclaim with all their might in a loud, loud voice to all within hearing range: "I see it. I no longer will remain bound by the willful ignorance that binds the multitudes. I will tell others. I will speak out until, someday, maybe soon, the whole, rotten occult Illuminati establishment comes crashing down!"

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