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Invariantology - A Necessity

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Posted by Logeshwari on May 27, 2005 11:49:25 UTC

Invariantology is a necessity for modern men and women to:
1.recognize the uniformity of the intellect of all men and women (literate/illiterate),

2.recognize the nature of human intellectual progress,

3.recognize the nature of human explanations,

4.recognize the nature of human understandings,

5.recognize the absolute truth,

6.recognize the real in terms of ideals,

7.recognize the unity of reason/analysis,

8.make learning and teaching less cumbersome,

9.recognize what every subject (acdemic/non academic) is,

10.recognize the bridge between a known and unknown,

11.recognize the common ground of all lessons learned in the classrooms/laboratories of schools/colleges/universities.

12.foresee the human investigations on a known,

13.foresee the human descriptions on a known,

14.recognize the minimum condition to make a science/philosophy,

15.recognize the base upon which the entire enterprise of science, philosophy, religion and other spiritual matters are built,

16.integrate and equate the intellect of all men and women,

17.abolish the baseless social ranking of men and women in terms of intelligence,

18.recognize the link between real and ideal universes, and

19.recognize the differences between real and ideal universes. The ideal universe is not subjected to evolution. The ideal universe is completely conserved (A direct implication of second law of thermodynamics).

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