Physiology focuses on constructing mathematical, graphical, and language models to approximate how reality works. The main problem is that we ourselves are contained within reality and although not atoms, we are vastly smaller than that which contains us, that also generates our qualitative experience: our sensation in terms of colors, shapes, sound, smell, and so forth.

The physical universe is bigger than we are and because we are contained in it, we can’t fully describe it. A logical model can never be proven within itself and what generates our experience is even bigger than logic, so there is no describing or discovering it to us. All we can do is accept that we have it and enjoy it as much as we can. We do need models to help us approximate reality though.

I not so long ago got the idea that Newton had the complete theory of relativity worked out in his head. In high school I had been interested in working out the laws of physics for coordinate systems using limit calculus and differentials to describe physics, which in turn should lead to a general theory of relativity.

When I couldn’t make anything of where all equations like the Lorentz equations came from, I had no other choice other than to do the math myself. Little did I know, I’d end up debunking the complete theory of relativity as a sleight of hand scam, shuffling equations as in a cheap card trick downtown autumn New York. Nonetheless that was the result.

I contacted and submitted my findings to the American Physical Society, but politics kicking in, Paul C. Snijders, Dutch physicist, blocked the publication. A sample of my findings:

  1. According to Minkowski spacetime, the absolute speed of light equals zero.
  2. The Lorentz transformations are applied to different equations than where they were found and the resulting spacetime distances are always imaginary.
  3. IMPORTANT! Under the Minkowski spacetime continuum, ironically, acceleration and as such gravity is no different from Newton’s, because the double derivative of the fourth Minkowski coordinate [s3 = i ∙ c ∙ t with s = (s0, s1, s2, s3)] always equals zero.

I’m a university graduate engineer (ir.) in Computer Science, which also consists of the education a MS gets and a bit more, but it isn’t the same. I have been mistaken, because I was told I’m allowed to use the MS-title, but this is not true. Officially my title is slightly higher. I’m specifically interested in artificial intelligence and consciousness. I hope my work serves you well.