Hello John,It's an amazing puzzle built deeply into the fabric of mathematical reality!
(Beeing triggered by "Mathematical reality")
I've enjoyed many of your great contributions and elaborations published on the internet, and I am curious if you might care to briefly comment on your view of the scientific method in general. Your choice of words indicates that your have some mathematical guidance, and if you are to characterize that, trying to think away your own brain so to speak, what if you were to "design a robot to work in your spirit". Along what principles, would it be designed to be successful?
What the connection/relation between this "mathematical reality", and "physical reality"?
So in short I am curious about your personal view of the scientific method, and philosophy of science in short. The reason why I am curious about you is of course that I've very much enjoyed alot of your elaborations in various places. And the reason why I am curious about this in general, have to do with my personal views of science about general learning models, in the context of the scientific method. And your views might be particularly interesting since I could relate them to the massive amount of work and education you've done through the internet.
I'm not expecting pages of philosophy, but if you'd care to comment shortly on the above I think it would be very interesting.