The Algebra of Unknowable

October 7, 2014
This issue is now obsolete.  For latest reference please see: Universe and Awareness and subsequent issues linked to it.
This issue simply established that intuition lies in the dimension of unknowable, which is orthognal to the dimension of logical associations.


The mathematics of UNKNOWABLE is essentially the mathematics of dimensions and the location of the viewpoint.

Space has three dimensions that are usually denoted by x, y, and z-coordinates. These coordinates are orthogonal to each other. That means no projections can be made from one space coordinate to another. In other words, the three primary dimensions of space are inherently independent of each other. For a viewpoint confined to any one of the coordinates, the other two coordinates shall be unknowable.

Let’s look at the dimension of real numbers. It contains natural numbers, whole numbers, rational numbers, and even the irrational numbers. However, the ‘square root of negative one’ is undefined in this dimension. It is, therefore, considered to be a number in an imaginary dimension. Mathematicians had a great difficulty in accepting the idea of this imaginary number in the beginning. But then uses were found for this concept in the field of electricity. One then had to adjust one’s viewpoint.

The point I am making is that there are dimensions independent of each other that cannot be projected on each other. And as long as one’s viewpoint is confined to a dimension, the other dimensions would remain UNKNOWABLE. The viewpoint would have to free itself from one dimension to be able to comprehend this other dimension independent of it.

Our physical universe is set within the dimension of CONSIDERATION. We perceive what we consider to be the input to the mind. Here we have LOGIC. We are totally conditioned to perceiving and thinking this way. INTUITION does not lie in this dimension of logical considerations. For a person attached to thinking in a logical way, it would be impossible to know the source of intuition that does not lie in the dimension of consideration.

The dimension of intuition would be unknowable and inaccessible to a viewpoint immersed in logical thinking.

Looking per KHTK essays allows one to bypass logical thinking and to enter in the dimension of intuition.


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  • Chris Thompson  On May 18, 2011 at 9:43 AM

    Please more on the electricity topic. This + two terminal universe + your 2-mirror concept is interesting.


    • vinaire  On May 22, 2011 at 3:09 PM

      Start reading Michael Farady’s original research papers available on Internet. You may start with the article on Michael Faraday in Wikipedia.



  • vinaire  On May 22, 2011 at 3:06 PM

    I seem to be moving away from the axis of KNOWABLE into the first quadrant formed by the axes of KNOWABLE and UNKNOWABLE. But I can see that it is going to be a long and interesting journey before the dimension of UNKNOWABLE opens itself up to me.

    Opening of the UNKNOWABLE dimension does not mean that it becomes KNOWABLE. One needs to think mathematically here. There are real numbers. Then there are imaginary numbers. And then there are complex numbers in the first quadrant for starters.



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