Friday, September 25, 2009
Progress is mechanical, and begins with God. God drives mathematics. Mathematics drives everything we see, everything we suppose, and everything we will eventually see and suppose. God is all, therefore. Any examination of perceived problems examines God. We, as examiners, are no kind of central point. We are arch; we are, that is, discontinuous and inconsistent. Only God is continuous and consistent. We are one sum of God's applications only. The lines we draw upon one another are nothing but a crude form of integration. One form cancels another. We are the errors of our own work.