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11/16/2018 4:00:56 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
Mohamed Ababou
DO YOU KNOW THAT THE DIGITS HAVE AN END?
Mohamed Ababou
Translated by: Nafissa Atlagh
God created the human being and distinguished
him from other creatures by the brain which is the
source of perception, comprehending, meditation
and insight; to explain the various phenomena that
the human understand from its significance the
ability of the creator whom there is nothing like
him. And one of the most notable of these
phenomena is sciences with its various kinds and
forms, whether the religious or the temporal, the
exact sciences or the bioscience, the astronomy
"etc, and we find mathematics as one of the exact
sciences, this science that has been known by the
human and has become based on calculations,
equations, algebra and geometry, and mathematics
is used in many other sciences in view of its
importance.
Numbers are one of the elements of mathematics.
And there are some people who expand the gap
between the digit and the number but with
explanation we recognize that the digit and the
addition numbers are the symbols that form the
numbers, and numbers is the plural of number and
the verb is count, so the term does not change the
meaning, if it was global so the digits express all the
numbers, and whenever we talk about digits the
human being thinks that they have no end, and the
intention of "digits have end" includes numbers too.
Because the common mistake till now is believing
that the digits have no end, and this idea isn"t of a
scientific origin but the result of the disability of
comprehending the reality of science.
Because digits have an end and its end is inevitable,
whereas the weird thing isn"t that the digits have an
end but how do people believe that they don"t, and
this because they are attached to the idea that:
If x was the greatest number then x+1>x and can we
deal without knowing none of its solutions?
And if digits are known if the forms that we write
then why do we write infinity as a linguistic term?
And from a religious view: God is the one who has
no beginning nor ending then why the digits have
no end?
And it"s really weird if the human believes that
digits have no end while he"s living on earth!
And isn"t infinity a digit and the human knows that
mathematics is digits? What is weird about
mathematics is infinity because this is incompatible
with the digits because: 1,2,3" and so on increasing
or decreasing there is a sequence of digits then why
believing in infinity, this expression doesn"t worth
to exist in mathematics which rely on proofs and
laws because the mystery especially in the end of
numbers is a sign that mathematics didn"t succeed
in its attempt of being based on axioms, that"s why
it cannot be considered logically as a kind of science
for it contains the argument of the digits that have
no end and we don"t have to deal with the
unknown in mathematics; the unknown that digits
don"t end because the brain with positive thinking
doesn"t accept that and makes the human thinks
and wonders why am I dealing with digits and
obligated to say that they don"t end, why don"t I
liberate my mind and impose the logic and look for
a real substitute that makes the idea of digits have
no end just a trick and an illusion and I got rid of it.
But although I will accept that the digits end the
doubters will keep chasing my thinking with the
question: what is the biggest number? But with my
brain I"ll excel and succeed but how?
With time that doesn"t stop nor come back, with
the instantaneous moments that will pass and not
be repeated, to prevent myself not be deceived
unless by science and reality. If it was me who count
from a time ago, from a part of a second; from a
second, a minute, or even an hour, a day, a week, a
month" a year or a century, but if there was a
succession of counting from Adam peace be upon
him wouldn"t the past be repeated ?
And is x+1>x and x+2>x+1 and like that the time
stops with proceeding the arithmetic operations?
And if a human started counting from last night
from 0, does his counting causes that the sun of
today doesn"t rise?
If the time stopped and the night were lasting by
counting then the digits have no end; but sunrise is
a proof that the time passes and the digits have an
end, though keeping counting the time doesn"t stop
but it keeps moving without stopping nor coming
back. And in view of the expiration of a period then
the absolute counting is a time and counting an
existing thing cannot be unknown, for example
counting sand grains in the beach, or counting the
stars in the space takes a long time, and here is a
merge of time with existence in the place, so the
digits originally are time and time is an integral part
of space and this one is related to existence, which
means that digits are an existential branch with a
start and an end, but may time ends to indicate that
digits have end?
Actually time ends and its ending is now and so its
beginning, hence the digits end temporarily, means
that no matter how the human adds 1 to any
number, the time that goes without return imposes
its end, and if you start counting from 0 from a
minute ago and you reached a specific number,
didn"t the previous counting go with the time which
doesn"t return. A human starts counting: 0, 1, 2, 3"
and so on; the moments that passed won"t return,
means that the previous counting passed and won"t
return as well.
And from another view: since mathematics is an
exact science, then why the digits have no end?
The exact science is nothing more than a science
controlled by facts. For example in Biology while
studying a cell, there is no room for imagination for
the cell is of a real origin whether it was vegetarian
or animal. So mathematics doesn"t have to be based
on illusions and imagination which is the source of
science follies, and the idea of digits have no end is
one of these follies because it"s far from the
scientific truth which doesn"t accept unless a logical
explanation for phenomena and characteristics. The
digits have end and this is the reality but the
humans still believe in the opposite, because
mathematics is a science that doesn"t accept unless
the truth without the slightest doubt. And it is a
fallacy that we use the infinity in mathematics and
in all science. Because the matter leads to a
questioning that doesn"t accept a convincing
answer for the science isn"t Metaphysics or
Philosophy, it cannot be overwhelmed by conflict
and dialectics, but science is by theories and proofs.
And maybe the truth lies in the beginnings of
mathematics in its old origins like Egypt and the
Babel Civilization in Iraq and India and Greece. We
observe that it came to be used in solving
calculation problems that the human being couldn"t
solve, like the construction of buildings and
calculating areas, from that we recognize that the
science of mathematics and since its first
appearance wasn"t meant to express naughtiness
and emptiness. The use of arithmetic and digits was
to indicate the findings. But how did mathematics
become different as it is now out of scope of the
truth and science. What leaded to the strangeness
of mathematics is believing in the idea of the digits
have no end, and that leaded to the argument of
digits and its end and there for new equations that
use this illusion was invented, and this is a novelty
made mathematics in general and digits especially
in conflict with science, and this idea was inherited
from a generation to another till now. Mathematics
that reached us is different from the original,
because it contains what is not true and not logical
that is the idea that we talked about, because the
digits have an end and there are many proofs that
confirm it logically, because the Man by nature love
asking questions to reach to a convincing result.
Whenever we talk about digits we find the human
asking in his imagination: Wh

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