**What is mathematics?** Counting. Counting what? Counting numbers. What does mean the number? What is the number? **The definition of number cannot explain the nature of itself as a change of form or event.** The number represents something distinguishable – a distinguishable form or event, which has been greatly simplified by the abstraction. To use numbers means to distinguish forms or events from each other and then to abstract one form into a number one (1). Number 1 means the quantity or size of something distinguishable and abstractly reduced. **Maths increases from „stabilized“ forms and events,** from renewed stabilizations of distinguishable forms and events. And math needs these stabilised forms and events. Distinguishability over time – distinguishable objects, processes or feelings must have a certain duration – they must be stabilized. See e.g. biological species (difference between Devonian nature and present nature), if biological species were changing rapidly we would not count, name, evaluate them. See thermal motion of molecules or quantum fluctuations – *see images below, there are no stabilized shapes *

*Nothing to hold on, no reference point. There is no form to abstract. How to determine the reference point, how to determine the structures inside such fluctuations? Roughly written – what in the above images will we calculate, what will we distinguish? *Hard to differentiate in the above environment. Everything is changing, bubbling. If we measure one side of a given area, the other sides of the area have changed. So there is the first condition – stabilized forms, shapes or structures. *See below*

There are three clearly recognizable shapes-peaks. The other three shapes are at the limit of distinguishability. They either evolve into orderly shapes or disappear as part of a chaotic background. It is quite hard to keep stabilized shapes-peaks in chaotic environment. *Why count something that can’t be counted? What doesn’t come from clearly distinguishable shapes.*Let´s see the logic – there are three shapes (see upper image)

**A=1, B=2 and C=3**– we assume by logic

**if A<B and B<C then A<C**. That looks right. But we forget about the course of shapes and the measurement process, and also the condition of the simultaneity. Firstly, the shapes can change during the measurement, secondly, we can measure out of the peak of the shape, and secondly, it depends on the observer where two events or shapes looking simultaneous may not be simultaneous. It is better to write in probabilistic form

**if P(A)<P(B)**and simultaneously

**P(B)<P(C)**then

**P(A)<P(C)**

No matter what the shapes are, they must be stabilized for a certain time period. Only then does language begin – sorting shapes by their common features and naming self-similar shapes. Then the mathematics begins,

*see set theory*– identify the set of given shapes and classify corresponding names. Then can we count the number of given shapes.

*See below*

**Mathematics needs differentiable shapes, structures and processes. **Even more, mathematics needs stabilized differentiability. Clearly defined differences over time. Without stabilized differentiability (distinguishability) there is no mathematics, no language, no science. We perceive the world around us and inside us by our five senses. We distinguish different shapes and objects in Nature, the intensity of feelings and much more. We express these distinguishable shapes, structures and feelings in some way. And we do this in three forms – gestures, voices and images. Gestures have remained and language has been developed from the voices. And from images, writing has evolved over time. We get names – by voice or in writing. Names of self-similar objects, shapes, structures and feelings. **Self-similarity – the basis of abstraction**. To abstract from details to common characteristics. *See the difference between an apple and a pear (though every apple and pear is a non-repeatable original). ***After that came mathematics.** The next level of abstract thinking. To determine the quantity of objects, shapes, structures or “feelings”.** ****The problem with mathematics**, like language, is that it calculates, distinguishes only and only existing objects, shapes, structures, processes or feelings. Roughly speaking, it is behind development. Behind the creative abilities. Mathematics, like language, does not calculate, does not name ideas, that which arises, that which is born in the mind, or that which is realized. Whether new objects, shapes, structures, processes – we call all this craft, artistic or scientific activity. **Mathematics, like language, cannot tell us what of the “pile” of ideas and intentions will be useful in the future.** For this, there must be experience. Experience that cannot be calculated primarily. An experience whose results can then be counted, analyzed, evaluated, predicted over a period of time before an unexpected event, idea, trend, process, object, etc could appear. In short, there is a new event, a previously unsuspected or only slightly suspected event, previously marginalised by abstraction. This event then greatly disrupts or cancels all the most complex calculations, evaluations, analyses and predictions.*We are at the meaning of mathematics – to lead us through our experience to ever greater or gently perception, to distinguish the previously indistinguishable relationships and not to settle for the currently distinguishable, perceptible and calculable forms aor events. *E.g.: How to find out what will be created? That which will be created in differentiated forms and therefore nameable and therefore countable. After that we can do mathematics with all its more complex processes.

**See for example Combinatorics** – we have x points and we want to arrange them in different ways. But if the points are ideal – that is, indistinguishable from each other, we have nothing to hold on to, nothing to combine. *See below*

When we change the position of the ideal points, we don’t know whether the change has occurred or not. We can only detect a change of position for points that are different from each other. *See below*

*There are 24 couloured points. But some points have identical colours. We can’t then distinguish them. See also snowflakes. How to arrange them? According to what? All snowflakes have a hexagonal structure. But if we look closely at each snowflake with a microscope, no two snowflakes in the world are exactly alike. Certainly flakes can be divided by certain features of the appearance of common basic shapes on the spines of the hexagonal structure.*

**And here we are at the resolution – the resolving power. And resolving power is connected with the influence of the observed object.**

**Mathematics is a special kind of ignorance.** To equal (summarize) events and entities which are not equal to each other. To give a name to sets (grouping elements). After that there are the number of elements of every set. To count 20 flowers is OK. But to explain the origin of flowers by dividing their parts without observations is impossible. We only get the indescribable rest like chaotic quantum field. The end of our knowledge. But that´s not truth! It is the beginning of next knowledge – the experience with invisible but feelingable movements (desire, intentions).**Let’s do away with math when everything is unique and unrepeatable?** Then mathematics is meaningless? But whatever! Mathematics will continue to be used. I repeat use it in accordance with observation and verifiable models. For there is no better servant, evaluating and directing servant than mathematics. Yes everything is unique, even in the smallest way that can rapidly change. But it is for evaluation and reflection that mathematics serves us. **Reality is more than mathematics and that must be respected.**

**Certainly existence of irrational numbers – such numbers are the expression of the origin of all numbers.** They are abstract from Reality – ideal point, ideal line, etc. Ideal whole number one, two, etc. with noughts until infinity before and after the decimal point.

**The Logic of of Reality is different from the so-called ideal logic.** Just as Reality is different from ideal so-called pure mathematics. *If a is greater than b and b is greater than c then a is greater than c.* This is true in ideal logic, but in Reality the ratios differ not only in content but also in form – current events.**Stabilized formations – the beginning of natural processes and beauties. Stabilized formations – the beginning of mathematics, logic and all kinds of sciences, crafts, arts and technics.**

**Abstraction is a double-edged weapon.** On the one hand, abstraction is a great simplification and reduction of the situation – the current state of the existing situation. But on the other hand, abstraction is a great carelessness towards the origin, towards all relationships, towards evolution itself, towards all changes.

For to identify, to abstract what is main and what is secondary in a given situation, and at the same time to verify it, is the greatest ability of human thinking. But it is also a great temptation to rely on the degree of abstraction achieved. And this because of laziness, inability or loss of flexibility of thought and perception.

*Nothing against abstraction, quite the opposite. Without abstract grouping of events according to common marks, without this abstraction, one can go no further, to have a knowledge. But it is also possible to lose one’s way in a world of unreality and vain fictions if we forget the source of abstracted events. These can lead to idealization, to idolization of limited abstract thinking with all problems for humans society including Nature at all. People are blind at two extremes. The first extreme is the blindness of chaos, the impossibility of abstraction. To be carried along by chaotic behavior. The second extreme is overuse of abstract thinking, without respect to the origin of abstraction, without respect to the whole, to the whole interrelationship among abstract processes that interact with each other along with their origin. It does mean reciprocity among free and grouped events.Just abstraction directs us to Reciprocity always different and more.*

**Imagine the closed box with two horizontally spaced walls.** The ball will bounce repeatedly between them *See below*

The measured position of the ball is in the middle. The direction to the right shows the future and the direction to the left shows the past. It is clear from the image that the position of the ball, or the uncertainty of its position, increases both to the right (future) and to the left (past). The degree of uncertainty depends on many conditions – the shape and quality of the ball and walls, their mechanical properties, etc.**There are three possibillities**1) in the past – everything is hidden in chaotic behaviour

2) in the future – everything is hidden in chaotic behaviour also

3) the actual state, with some uncertainty in the future or into the past

** But this process (the ball between the walls) is not alone in the world. **When there is no outside influence on a given process, we are able to predict the immediate future of the process very accurately and to make a rough prediction of the more distant future, but long-term predictions or estimates of the distant past are completely out. Not only because of the limited accuracy of the model, but mainly because of the influences of surrounding unexpected events. **See thermodynamic** – How to predict the path of a particle in a chaotic gas? What will be the quality of the prediction? Because the density of the gas, the density distribution of the particles, matters a lot. How crazy it is to predict very well described movement of the ball until long future without including the influence of others balls, particles or events. And that there are plenty of other more or less describable events in the world.

**W e can only count what is, not what is not. Or rather, we count what it appears to be, and not count what it appears not to be. And knowledge what isn’t doesn’t mean it can be. Or something looks like it is and something looks like it isn’t.**

**Hockey experience**

**If we are able to count results of a creativity desire (intention) then we are invited to feel and value the intensity of the creating desire (intention) in relation to the given surrounding conditions.**** **

*How to count objects before they are created. How to count, how to calculate the intensity of the desire to create something – e.g. to create a pot or a music song? Objects can only be counted after they are created. The question remains the transition state – from idea to implementation and successful testing. When to start thinking about practical application. The power of faith, experience, determination? Hard to evaluate this mathematically. And that’s the point! What is needed here is personal experience, not the experience of others, but personal own (sometimes painful) experience, which of course reveals fantastic possibilities.*

*How many different curves can there be in the world. How to determine the degree of their differentiation. What will be the standard of difference. Who is going to judge?**How many mathematical curves can there be, describable, compressible curves like y=f(x), where y is a dependent variable that depends by a functional prescription f(x) on the independent variable x. See sin(x), tg(x), log(x), … , sin(2x) + log(3x), … , etc. **Are there more indescribable curves than mathematically describable ones, perhaps by the most complicated rules? And what about the complexity of the prescription? Wouldn’t it be better to give a table of values for y and x in a given interval?*

See the laws of physics or the mathematical theory of sets using the concept of a set as a well-defined differentiable objects. See a pottery – the pot is or the pot is not. A moment ago the pot was not, now it is, and after a while it will not be again. It is the same in biology, in the beginning there is no apple, after a while there is an germ, then a growing apple, then a fully grown apple, and finally there is no apple again.

**Generalized** – in the beginning there is nothing, virtually chaotic quantum foam, which looks like nothing, after a while a part of the quantum foam inflates like a balloon and further expands and inside the expanding universe are created particles, stars, chemical elements, minerals and rocks, also the Earth is created with all apples, organisms and humans, who want to know the meaning of life.

To realize this in the world – there must be for some time worldly fixed forms and structures incl. processes among them. Shapes, structures and objects must be stabilized for some time – so called unchanging or quasichanging shapes and structures – see the evolution of biological species throughout the history of the Earth. *There were no apples in the primordials. But there were trilobites, graptolites, etc. But I don’t see them around anymore. Sorry, I can see them, but only their fossils.***How to count the conceptual (existing only in potter´s mind) designs of the pots or pots that are not yet finished or those that are on the potter’s wheel or those that are being broken? And this is the way with everything in nature.**

*It´s not enough to count visible or perceptible or observable things and elements in the world but incomparably more is the ability (the experience) to create perceptible and observable things and processes like inventions, artworks, music songs, technical solutions etc.*

**Then comes mathematics (science at all), which needs differentiable structures, shapes – elements of sets. In simply words, first we need to have pots and then we can count them or create volume dependence on the diameter of the pots and much more.**

In short, mathematics is useful for describing and classifying visible, perceptible, distinguishable structures. It is good to be familiar with the limits of mathematics. Mathematics cannot express what arises, what the unexpected arises. This is a surprise even for mathematicians. Certainly after a new object arises, mathematicians can describe its characteristics and classify the newly arisen object into the existing classification of objects. Further, mathematicians (mathematics alone cannot do this) can determine the object’s future evolution with some degree of probability based on observations of the object’s changes. But that’s all. Mathematics is not almighty. It doesn’t create new, it doesn’t destroy old, it just observes, describes and predicts.**In other words – to practice mathematics requires a stable distinguishable shapes, structures, processes and changes among them in the world for some time.**

**How to describe changes in shapes and structures?** The described shapes and structures must be stable for some time. See counting in mathematics 1+1=2 or 2+3=5. For this we need stability and distinguishability of structures. E.g. biological species. A ladybird is a ladybird for as long as it is. So we have time to describe it. And if we don’t, another ladybird is born, and it goes on like this for thousands of years. But trilobites, for example, have been on the earth for about a hundred million years, but they’re no more. The same story will be valid for the appearance of ladybirds in the world. But let us cheer ourselves up with the thought that instead of ladybirds there will be another species of beetle, which our descendants will again have time to describe.

Back to descriptions of shapes and structures. We know that these must not change so often before we can describe them. In other words, shapes must not change faster than our ability to describe them. There is a slip between the change of the described shape and the change of the describer (usually a human, sometimes an automat). Description of slow changes by other faster changes. Both change, but the described changes are slower than the describing changes. If there were no noticeable difference, it would be impossible to describe.

**What is the purpose of this? **The purpose is to have growing experience through our perception of what is happening around us and why it’s happening. For which mathematics is the best tool. In short, to stimulate our senses with the use of mathematics.** Mathematics cannot replace our way of learning knowledge and experience.**Mathematics, like computers, is the best and most wonderful tool ever created for learning about the real world. There is no better helper, no better tool than mathematics together with computers. But on the other hand, there is no worse master than mathematics with computers. A good servant, the best servant, but the worst master.

**The master was, is and should remain a human being.**

** See the mathematics part – c****ombinatorics is closely linked to the number and distribution of otherwise indistinguishable points.** As a substitute for indistinguishable points, we can mention electrons, we also cannot differentiate between them. More points or electrons does not mean that all possibilities could be realized. See the entropy from 2nd law of thermodynamics. There must be some initial differences in energy levels.

**Whatever originated in the world can’t be divided into exactly the same parts.** Whatever came into being is the original, whatever structure is unique. Unique is a whole that includes all subsets, each of which is unique. It is not possible to construct two equal segments and then connect them at exactly twice the length and it is equally impossible to split one segment into two equal halves. Splitting the continuum requires irrationality.

The equation 1 + 1 = 2 has no meaning in the real world. There are no the same shapes, structures, elements, subjects or anything else. Yes, we use this equation like model. But we must know this is only the model, our approximation.*In the same way we could pretend the ideal straight line if we see a very fine piece of polished metal surface. The same with the ideal ball if we see very pretty polished balls into gears. If we go closer then we see something like mountainous landscape – surface roughness profile that vibrates in response to the thermal movement of molecules and atoms. If we go more closer then we are able to see foggy appearance of particles as excitations of quantum field. See also long-distance action. There has to be physical contact of the bodies. That’s why once upon a time centuries ago gravity was hard to understand, and later electrical and magnetic forces. How it is possible to act through empty space without direct physical contact of the bodies. Much later, we recognized that the contact of the bodies itself also took place at a distance — Pauli’s exclusion principle applicable to electrons in atomic shells. When we take a closer look at the contact of the bodies, we see only and only the deformation of the electromagnetic fields of atomic shells. Like approaching two magnets with the same pole facing each other.*

**How to distinguish random events?** How to distinguish a random number series from a non-random number series? After all, each number series is different from the other if they are not identical. We have to establish some kind of regularity. Something that repeats despite the chaotic background. Something that has a pattern relative to the length of the number series. So it also depends on the length of the number series. Who’s selecting what to distinguish? Man or machine?*Visibly distinguishable, perceptually distinguishable patterns. How in random states or events to start with distinguishability. But after all, all random events are distinguishable – one from the other. But the frequency of occurrence of distinguishable features gives a straight line – there is no preferred state, shape or process. Randomness cannot be determined in this way, however, a regular series with a clear regularity will have an equally frequent occurrence of its elements. Thus, testing for randomness consists in using higher perception, in finding order. Meaningful order (the question is what is meaningful). No matter where we observe, there is randomness everywhere – unpredictability. Everywhere? But even random events (chaos) need a framework, a limitation.*

**How to distinguish the indistinguishable, the originally invisible, if we do not want to distinguish the distinguishable with honesty. **

*See musical compositions – series of musical notes (cdefgahc) – write down a composition (or part of a composition) in numerical series and evaluate the randomness, usually there are repetitions, but there can be compositions numerically random but still beautiful. See coding with random numbers – we must have a series of random numbers. So add randomness to a piece of music?*

**Mathematics is compressible. But nature is not compressible. However, from a single quantum, or even deeper, from nothingness, the entire universe can arise, with all its different, distinguishable structures. But even so, mathematics cannot yet come into being. For each structure is different, distinguished from one another. they have no common denominator, no similarity to one another. Everything would be 1, 1, 1, 1, … etc. So the necessary next condition is the appearance of self-similar structures. See elementary particles, elements or biological species. Each individual may be an unrepeatable original, but they have a common denominator, a basic characteristic. They are grouped into sets. With sets the language began to exist – to name sets. After that mathematics come into being. The common denominator abstracts to an ideal form. In other words, everything that looks like a circle is idealized into an ideal circle. Even though every real circle is different from each other. And it does so within a given interval – say, with respect to the basic building blocks. How to distinguish a circle from an ellipse? Where does a circle end and an ellipse begin? Does it make sense to ask this question? Rather, ask why self-similar structures exist in nature in an ocean of chaotic structures.**

Mathematics is the result of differentiation.

Mathematics is the result of differentiation.

**Even more differently, mathematics is a subset of the real world.**Not all continuous functions are differentiable. And not all beautiful shapes are mathematically describable.

**Mathematics has no chance at all in describing, let alone predicting, random, unpredictable structures.**

**The law of inertia for material bodies through the history**

* **a brief recapitulation:*

Aristotle – limited motion of bodies

Newton – unlimited motion of bodies

Einstein – „limited“ motion of bodies in spacetime

*The history of extrapolation. Extrapolation from observations of natural processes at a given level of natural processes.*

**Newton’s first law: A matter body remains at rest or in motion at constant linear velocity unless an external force acts on it.**

*The law of Inertia. The result of the first law of motion is an escape velocity: Every body accelerated to the escape velocity will move away until infinity. *

According to physical textbooks, the Newton first law of motion is an brilliant extrapolation of our experience.

**Every body remains at rest or in straight line motion unless it is caused to change its state by external forces.** In the real world, where there are always some forces (resistive, frictional, … , gravitational), the body will stop after some time or will stop at infinity in the case of an escape velocity. In other words, the so-called ideal case is not possible in the world. It is possible to reduce the forces resisting motion, but not to cancel them. However, even in the so-called ideal state, the definition (without external forces) is meaningless. **There is an contradiction in the case of the ideal state.** The misunderstanding is at the very beginning – the level of observable natural processes.

It follows from the very nature of a material body – for wherever there is a body or bodies, there are always external forces (gravity – deformation of spacetime). There is no possible state of having material bodies without external forces. The external (gravitational) forces are the results of the deformation of spacetime and they are related to every material body.

*As we know today, bodies are only in the universe along with time and space. There are also forces interacting with each other body as the result of space and time – see gravitational force. For there is no space or time without matter and vice versa. There is no matter, no body without space and time.And so the meaning of the Newton 1st law of motion in the light of space-time bound to matter (bodies) does not make sense also for so-called the ideal state. There will always be a gravitational force acting on a body, e.g. in intergalactic space, and such force always influences the body. The material body itself is an indivisible part of space and time. The material body as we perceive and measure it is an excitation of the omnipresent quantum field.Thus the ideal state without all acceleration no forces would act on the body, is impossible. *

**The nature of the contradiction is in the very beginning. That it is a body.**If it’s not a body, that’s different. But we don’t know and can’t describe the motions of non-bodies. Where there are bodies, there is always force action and the impossibility of movement without limits. It follows necessarily from the nature of bodies. Even if there is one single body, it will necessarily gravitationally affect itself in motion.

There always be forces among bodies. Yes, in a case of an escape velocity, there is no chance to stop accellerated body, but such body will be still influenced by gravitational field of the first body and, no doubt, self-gravitational field.

There is another point of view. The body is the source of a gravity force. Such force curves the spacetime. **Bodies, by the very nature of bodies, cannot move freely through spacetime without forces.**

There is an equation – the body means gravitational forces and gravitational forces mean the body or bodies. Without bodies there are no gravitational forces and vice verse. Without gravitational forces there are no bodies, either.

**Let’s imagine a thought experiment** – *there are only two bodies in the universe, that have been accelerated to escape velocity from each other – so they will move away to infinity, as we calculated from the equations of classical mechanics.*But the reality in light of Einstein’s equations of general relativity is different – see the following

**Two bodies accelerated from each other to the level of the escape velocity do not mowe away until infinity, but these two bodies will deform spacetime.** The conclusion – these two bodies with escape velocity do not move away, but they will follow the main curve of spacetime. In an ideal state the main curve will be the main circle of an sphere. **The result – two accelerated bodies will meet after a long time. The time is given by (growing) mass of two bodies and their escape velocity from each other.**

**This is not a negation of Newton’s law, but a specification of it by knowledge that Newton did not have in his time.** In other words – every model, every theory, is valid for a certain range of natural processes, and it is impossible to establish a universal formula. Especially if we don´t know every process in Nature, plus every process is unique – there are only common characteristic *– like appearance of hexagons in snowflakes. *

The age-old human tempation of applying abstract models or ideas from a given level of natural processes to the whole of nature or the universe and then being surprised that nature or the universe does not work according to them.

However, models are good, proven models. Yes, they are good and repeatedly tested, but at a given level, at a given scale of natural processes. Moreover, a model is a model – i.e. a simplified, abstracted description – so it has limited validity even at the original level from which the model was created.

Go back to bodies:

The bodies have to be together in spacetime (spacetimematter). There is no chance for matter bodies to escape from each other to infinity. There is an exception if there is external force (power) above all bodies. Sometimes called dark energy.

**Conclusion:**

**The greater the mass of the bodies and the greater their escape velocity, the greater the deformation of spacetime and the smaller the radius of the main circle and the shorter the time for the bodies to meet. And vice versa – the smaller the mass of the bodies and the smaller their escape velocity, the smaller the deformation of spacetime and the longer the time it takes for the bodies to meet. ***See an image below*In a rough analogy, it is like sailors on two ships in an earthly ocean, drifting apart into “infinity” until they meet on the other side of the globe.

*Even light cannot leave this spacetime (spacetimefield). Just as light cannot leave our universe. Light (electromagnetic waves) is given by the properties of spacetime. It doesn’t matter if we call such spacetime the elementary quantum field or the ether.*

Go back to simple mathematics. We have a base coordinate system. E.g. Polar coordinate system – there is a central point with N lines passing through it and circles around it. This coordinate system still looks the same whether we scale it up or down. To know the scale – we need to introduce another point. *See below*

And only now do we have the basis of the polar coordinate system. This basis is a clearly given by line (meridian) that passes through the two points that mark the section – **the base unit for length, position and direction.** This next point must defined properly. In relation to the observed surrounding reality. Only infinitesimal distance **dL** is not enough.

*It is impossible to describe the processes inside one point (zero size) using the derived units from the existence of another point and the space between – the base distance. Then we can get into contradictions. See the singularity of the universe, the so-called black holes or the singularity of the Earth’s poles. In the case of the poles, the situation is simple. If we are standing on a pole, it is hard to give a direction to go. Surely it is enough to give the meridian, but it is indistinguishable at the pole. So we have to move aside far enough to distinguish which way to go. So here the resolution of two points – the point of the present position and the point of the pole (north or south pole) – is what matters.*

*to be continued … *

Let’s go on with the simple mathematics – especially the much quoted Gaussian density function. See below

Such function is given by a very simple formula **y = f(x)**, see below

where instead of **e** (base of natural logarithms) is the number **2**

There are infinite possibilities how to modify this function into very interesting waveforms – See the waveform of a wave packet – e.g. a photon. See below

The frequency has a sinusoidal shape. But the ” bound” sinusoid has the shape of a probability Gaussian curve of a normal frequency distribution. The sine wave is modulated by the Gaussian curve. The result – the “bound” frequency of appearance of a particle – wave particle – wave clump.

See curves below – dependence of the probability density on the distance from the nucleus of the hydrogen atom.

There are clearly visible peaks of curves that determine the wavelength of the emitted radiation. But we also see that the peaks are not discrete, but continuous. They are an integral part of the curves. In other words – the wavelength of the emitted radiation (when the electron jumps) changes.

Go on. Imagine a continuous and smooth line. *See Fig. below*

This line is not necessarily smooth and continuous when we “look” at it more closely. This line may consist of many probability appearances – see vacuum field excitation. rom a quantum foam can be created anything From a quantum foam can be created anything. *See next Fig. below*

**We can count the peaks with some resolving power.** Count the peaks of given curves. Curves of the probability density of vacuum excitations. However, these curve with their peaks must be stabilized for some time. Stabilization may consist in the regular renewal of the curves with their peaks.

**Mathematics cannot explain Reality, Nature in its diversity.** However, mathematics is a product of abstract thinking, a simplification of observed processes. These processes, even if they last for a certain period of time, can disappear or be influenced by other processes of which we have no idea.

**Maths is a product of grouped random events, not their source. **

Let’s imagine two series of numbers. One series is predictable numbers – e.g. x+1 or the function sin(x) or log(x) etc. The other series of numbers are numbers that are unpredictable, i.e. random. It is impossible to find any pattern of their repetition. Now let’s do the sum of these two series. What do we get?**‘1, 2, 3, 4, 5, … ,** etc. and **0.237, 0.986, 0.011, 0.455, 0.671, … ,** etc

After summing the two series, we get a new series**1.237, 2.986, 3.011, 4.455, 5.671, … ,** etc.

The integers retain their pattern, but their decimal progression is random. The situation changes when we add the numbers in the third decimal place to the random numbers.**0.001, 0.002, 0.003, 0.004, 0.005,** … , etc. and **0.237, 0.986, 0.011, 0.455, 0.671, … ,** etc

After summing the two series, we get a new series**1.238, 2.988, 3.014, 4.459, 5.676, … ,** etc. How to extract the originally added numbers with simple progression 0.001, 0.002, 0.003, … , etc. We will not be able to distinguish the added numbers – their predictable progression. In other words – we get a purely random series again. It is impossible to extract from such random series any meaningful series back, or we can fabricate any series we wish. The real predictable series completely dissipate in a mix of random numbers, unless we know the predictable series or the random number series. And here we are at entropy. Anyway, this is the principle of an unbreakable cipher with encryption using a series of random numbers. The advantage of a cipher is unbreakability. Disadvantage of the cipher – to transmit a series of random numbers to each other and not to repeatedly use this series.

Go on. Let’s imagine again two relative series of numbers. One remains, the integers from 1, 2, 3, … , etc. The other series will be random numbers with variable values, or with different positions of the decimal point. **1, 2, 3, 4, 5, … ,** etc. and **0.237, 9.860, 0.011, 45.500, 0.671 … ,** etc

After summing the two series, we get a new series**1.237, 11.986, 3.011, 49.500, 5.671 , … ,** etc. We can see at a first sight that every second number, or its integer part, is an odd number. Now imagine that a series of random numbers contains a randomly changing position of the decimal point. In short, after adding the two series, we get longer or shorter series where we determine the added numbers with a series where we are unable to determine added numbers.

And that brings us to the noise. Noise that influences the transmitted signal. As well as the noise of chaotic events that will influence our abstract models in the future, or vice versa, how certain we can be of what’s happened in the past.

Every theory, every model is valid in some range – see an upper image. The more general the theory the greater the range of validity with little accurate results. The more detailed the theory the narrower the range of validity with very accurate results.

Imagine a number series of random numbers. A series without end. As the series progresses, we can discover certain patterns. Not just an ordered sequence of numbers, but perhaps functional relationship. See following number series

**…..804854251355393280854916365179028116820495388064589809751234321012343210190812402118072221120937557584523297371065…..**

There is a clearly identifiable pattern in the series – red marked. This random series, with a little imagination, represents random fluctuations of the quantum field. The fluctuations are completely random, unpredictable and they are called zero vacuum fluctuations. In such an environment there are excited states of the probability of the appearance of e.g. an electron in an atomic shell. Is there another fundamental question? How to distinguish random structures from non-random ones? Or how does one non-random structure in a chaotic ocean distinguish other non-random structures? For there is no outside observer. How to measure the degree of randomness or the degree of order? Use the selected standard non-random structure? On the one hand, tight order, on the other hand, randomness of chaos.

*See next random numbers series below*

**…….59528890163938123332114194511344217155134146095204761012343214612343222274101234320715686828980012343213189412243210186055872687666887359546223433138123432195216864838………**

We see groups of ordered numbers 1234321 that occur repeatedly. Let’s look closer and we see that our ordered numbers contain changes in them. For example, instead of 1234321, we see 1224321, etc.

**Waves or particles?** Hardly to write. There is always different situation. Foggy blurred background of quantum field. A foggy blurred background from which appear and disappear and are renewed wave-particle shapes. Always different – an indefinable grouped of chaotic events into shapes and structures that appear to us as continuous. We have a limited experience that confuses us – shapes, spheres …. but we too are given by grouped chaotic events. But we have perception.

Yes, when we look closely to the structures and shapes we recognize indefinable, indescribable chaotic events that are grouped into familier forms, shapes – appearances of particles, these further into atoms, molecules, minerals up to living organisms.**All these grouped events into shapes and structures are always different, indefinable in their details.** Sure, there is an abstract framework, but even that is subject to changes. Either internal changes or external ones.

*Lawfulness, regularity or periodicity in a set of data is more likely to be found by those people who expect it and know how to look for it, while the most precise observational data alone does not lead to a deeper understanding.**But periodicity or regularities are not perfect, better said, they are not eternal – in short, they are valid for a limited time. Even if they are valid for a very long time, like the orbit of the planets around the sun, that does not mean that the stability of the orbits of the planets will be the same for millions of years to come. There are other laws – like the motion of comets or nuclear forces – that can unexpectedly disrupt the stability of planetary orbits. Not to mention the basic fact that all periodicities and regularities are “grafted” onto a purely chaotic environment. Thus, the most precisely measured “constant” slightly change in the “rhythm” of vacuum fluctuations . So what is the point? Is it about observation or is it about abstract thinking? It is both! To learn how to abstract what is significant at a given time, at the current time. And at the same time to know the general regularities (laws) that can affect the most stable natural processes. That is, not only to think, but to give place to other observations – perhaps in the field of comets or nuclear forces. All this is called Experience, fine and firm (decisive) perception. *

Another way of looking at the random series. This time in graphical form. How to estimate the source of a line or curve? Better written – what are the curves that make up the resulting line or curve?* See below*

But a straight line can turn into a curve with a different course. *See below*

The upper picture is closely related to the resolving power – how to distinguish marked differences in the course of a given curve.

See uppper image – there is a course of Continuity – unexpressible course, it is impossible to make a formula, to mathematically describe that course in its wholle. Yes, we can more or less precisely to desribe parts of that course, but only parts and it is impossible to predict the future course or to estimate passed course. Remember the number series mentioned above with frame regularities. But such regularities appears to be regularly – they appear regular but in fact this is the result of our simplification in current state.

We can verify by observation only current state.

*to be continued ….*

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