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    A New Language/Meaning Base Vehicle For Understanding Non Classical Models, Systems

    I thought this was in a general section for general discussions. I certainly hope Science, Physics etc isn't in the business of omitting views, like other institutions were doing to the founding fathers of modern day sciences, hundreds of years ago? It just seems a little odd not to just...
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    A New Language/Meaning Base Vehicle For Understanding Non Classical Models, Systems

    So true. But subject/predicate relations, and the structure of our language base systems, no matter which words (new or old) are used to derive meaning, seem to be limited in some capacity to handle, to its fullest extent, issues like the edge of the universe and implications of the Big Bang theory.
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    A New Language/Meaning Base Vehicle For Understanding Non Classical Models, Systems

    Not at all. I'm referring to the comprehension of some of it and more specifically to the complex understandings of non classical physics, described using our classically based language structures as a vehicle for meaning (at its fullest extent).
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    A New Language/Meaning Base Vehicle For Understanding Non Classical Models, Systems

    But how reliant are you on (our) classical language based systems for meaning and understanding (to its fullest extent)? And I understand it would be written in a non classical format, but somewhere along the line, its meaning or applications may get muddled in classical based reasoning...
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    A New Language/Meaning Base Vehicle For Understanding Non Classical Models, Systems

    I've thoroughly enjoyed reading posts on this site. I have a query which is pretty much as the title suggests: Are we lacking and do we need a non classical language/meaning base vehicle to better understand the non classical 'world' (universe), theoretical mathematical implications etc? And if...
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    Edge of universe?

    Interesting reply. Although, cause and effect along with other anomalies and factors associated with, to a large extent, classical reasoning becomes somewhat meaningless when certain assumptions are made re the big bang, we can't help thinking in this way. So assuming there is a beginning...
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