Flag 0 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it will be moderated. Victor Porton In this article I consider vaguely formulated hypothesis that scientific method is not applicable to objects more complex than our brains. Article text. Flag 0 users think…

read moreFlag 0 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it will be moderated. Please participate in the project or at least put stars at GitHub (links above). Article text. Flag 0 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it will be moderated.

read moreFlag 0 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it will be moderated. The following are good projects important for mankind: Carbon accounting with world-best anti-theft (needs somebody to pay for error checking). This software also can be used for such things…

read moreFlag 0 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it will be moderated. Abstract. I propose to apply my generalized limit theory and generalized partial differential equations to (unchanged) general relativity equations, changing the set of solutions to a different vector field…

read moreDeveloping a future not scientific method to replace scientific method and traditional mathematics. The method to be developed is to be highly selective and inclusive, economically effective, requiring interdisciplinarity. Not science is like science based on mathematics, but a different kind of mathematics, with an algorithm that is “not logic”.

read moreFlag 0 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it will be moderated. Victor Porton Lemme model what happens if somebody finds an efficient NP-complete algorithm and it is published. Article text. Flag 0 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it…

read moreFlag 0 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it will be moderated. Victor Porton A new proof that if P=NP, it’s a constructive problem (that is an algorithm that is polynomial-time NP-complete under the supposition that polynomial-time NP-complete algorithms exist). PDF…

read moreFlag 0 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it will be moderated. Victor Porton Finite and infinite formulas are considered axiomatically. Article text. Flag 0 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it will be moderated.

read moreFlag 2 users think it is non-scientific; after 15 it will be moderated. An earlier version of this work was published by scientific publisher INFRA-M. See also: Why Algebraic Theory of General Topology is Super-Important. Introduced several new axiomatic systems not less…

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