P.(x)= Big Data Truth Statements The following Truth Statements were distilled out of my book of philosophy; p.(x) = Big Data Determinism. Chronologically they are:Starting with Cicero and Plato, the first truth is a epistemologically subjective. Not

Max Planck (Physicist) A Room with a worldView An overall worldview would include two rooms, in the same room. Our understandings of the cosmos and the nature of reality in one room, AND IN THE SAME ROOM, "a consistent count of

Euclid (Mathematician) The QFM Horizon Principle Can I call it a Principal? More vigorous than a theory, a principle is more of a foundational concept, yet not quite a Law. I have, perhaps incorrectly, referred to this theory as

Euclid (Mathematician) The Incipit Origin of the Euclidean Point Prima facie, my point on the Euclidean point will seem to not satisfy the burden of proof, however, I not a mathematician. I need your help. My argument is Epistemological and proposes that

Euclid (Mathematician) Parallel postulate If a line segment intersects two straight lines forming two interior angles on the same side that sum to less than two right angles, then the two lines, if extended indefinitely, meet on

Immanuel Kant (Philosopher) Noidea Our inward chronometry, this contract with time, determines our consciousness. Letting go of time releases us from consciousness (as we know it) or shows us the regressive, bestial alternative. It's this void that