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>Maths + LSD = ...(equations)...

> Understand everything, forget everything, relearn it, realize time is an illusion.

> Spend an eternity in this state.

> Check trip-notes and realize you've been there for 10 minutes.

> Everything can be described mathematically, because the language of mathematics is founded on our own logic => anything that makes sense makes sense mathematically.

> People who can't maths become strange creatures you can't trust, except you can.

> ???

> Poetry of Mathematics speaks to the soul.

> Go Crazy

> Read up on mysticism. Try it.

> realize that any given system of symbols can take the place like mathematics, yet none are as firmly rooted in the very logic you use to analyze them.

> Everything dissolves into delta-functions and closed surfaces, but it never loses the feel of being a model of reality.

> Look to the brain, and the brain becomes a series of filters for reality. Insofar there is a reality, it is a construct of mathematically comprehensible filters.

> Reality makes sense, but is now not attached to ego.

> Ego-coupling to reality, or realities of others is no longer a compelling concept.

> Ego death, enlightenment.

> Check time again; 20 more minutes.

> The universe of motion can be modeled through scanning for stationary and moving signals, dipoles,monopoles, quadrapoles...

> Life is both a series of deterministic chaos, yet probability gives us the best models.

> Quantum Theory makes sense in that it was created to make sense. Still it is modeling reality, and as to the "Real" world, we cannot make any definite statements.

> If this is a simulation, or not, is not important.

> The sheer amount of computational capacity to model an accurate reality as perceived by the senses surpasses exabytes per second.

> This means Reality most likely is far more computation.

> Two options then present themselves: The world is a simulation, in which case it's most likely single-player. (Roy...)... or it's not.