## The Continuum Hypothesis

where "C" stands for "Continuum". "But wait!", I hear you say, "Division by zero is undefined!". Exactly -- but C is also undefined. C merely represents any transfinite number, from "Aleph Nought" to Ω.^{[1]} ^{[2]}

## A Complex Relationship Between Sets and Their Members

:Set definition; membership recognition and inclusion; real and countable numbers

## The Transfinite Logarithm

Let then:

: All imaginable flips of a fair coin!

Let for any event which is *excruciatingly* unlikely (such as Terry Tao's example of an explosive! skipping! stone!)^{[3]}, but still possible according to abstract, extra-empirical theory. Such a theory can have an extremely strong foundation of empirical evidence, but is not limited to *only* this one empirical Universe.

## The Hadron Multiverse

If we consider the continuous temporal flow of our own empirical Universe as a Multiverse continuum of one hadron each, then what new questions can we ask, and what new answers can be obtained?

## Bayesian Probability:

Objective Overview:

Rationality and Consistency

Subjective view:

Theory and Belief

???

Will and Desire

Imagination

Memory

Desire

Will

## Notes for further reading:

- ↑ Wikipedia:Continuum hypothesis This one makes my stuff above look bad, but I can't see any real flaws in my work yet, and it has a power I haven't seen anywhere in my (admittedly limited) exposure to Math.
- ↑ Wikipedia:Cardinality of the continuum More food for thought here.
- ↑ The New York Times Magazine: The Singular Mind of Terry Tao

Wikipedia:Terence Tao(His picture here is better; he's smiling more. P:D

Wikipedia:Navier–Stokes existence and smoothness If Tao makes any proof at all here, it's obviously a major breakthrough. (Bites fingernails.)

My Original Research

Discussion of Modality

Wikipedia:Bayesian probability

Wikipedia:Transfinite number

Wikipedia:Division by zero

Wikipedia:Field (mathematics)

Wikipedia:Vector spaces without fields

I don't pretend to understand this just yet, but this looks like the root of the problem.

Wikipedia:Cantor's diagonal argument

This also seems interesting. Does it apply at all?

"Which Geometry is True?" "Mine!!!" P:D