The following brief explanation of the CTMU is due to Chris Langan, and it focuses on the CTMU’s theistic applications. But when we attempt to answer the obvious question “whose mind?”, the answer turns out to be a mathematical and scientific definition of God. War, conflicts and neponyatki each other.- People do not know what they want, and do not know how to say what they want. This connection of our minds to the Mind of God, which is like the connection of parts to a whole, is what we sometimes call the soul or spirit, and it is the most crucial and essential part of being human.
Mind and reality – the abstract and the concrete, the subjective and the objective, the internal and the external – are linked together in a certain way, and this linkage is the real substance of “reality theory”. That is, just as the mind is real, reality is in some respects like a mind. The CTMU is such a theory; instead of being a mathematical description of specific observations (like all established scientific theories), it is a “metatheory” about the general relationship between theories and observations…i.e., about science or knowledge itself. Continue reading Just as scientific observation makes demands on theories, the logic of theories makes demands on scientific observation, and these demands tell us in a general way what we may observe about the universe.