Set Theory and Logic


Refutation of Computer-Simulation Model Theory

Authors: Colin James III

Computer simulation model theory (CSMT), as a substituted extension of mathematical model theory (MMT), is a conjecture that: for a formula φ, construct a computer simulation model S such that 1- φ does not hold in S, and 2- the reasoner I (human being, the one who lives inside the reality) cannot distinguish S from the reality (R), then I cannot prove φ in reality. The conjecture is not tautologous. While we show elsewhere that P=NP is not tautologous (via refutation of the Schaefer theorem), the unprovability of P=NP does not follow from this CSMT approach. This conjecture forms a non tautologous fragment of the universal logic VŁ4.

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