Woldemar Voigt’s Alliance of Finite Reality with Infinite Fantasy

Antonio Cassella


This article tries to explain why we should ally the cerebral, vertical, and asymmetrical finiteness spared in autism with the cerebellar, horizontal, and symmetrical infinity impaired in it to avoid global warming, a super-wicked problem. The physicist Woldemar Voigt implied the alliance of detectible finiteness and lying infinity in 1887 at the University of Göttingen through the transformations of his “Shining Sphere,” or Riemann Sphere. Since they cannot lie, autistics cannot face problems, rooted in the maybe of dreaming and fantasy. The author posits that our problem is ignoring the alliance of classical asymmetry and quantum symmetry in our brainstem, Stonehenge’s builders, artless discourse, and nature’s nature. He also suggests that recalling nature’s roots will save about eight billion nonautistic liars (rooted in the “tree of knowledge”) from a disaster worse than Lisbon’s Earthquake in 1755. The ruin of life on Earth can wane by willfully grasping the union of vertical and finite asymmetry with horizontal and infinite symmetry in the “tree of life.” Asymmetrical finiteness (e.g., from front to back in a dog tick) hugs symmetrical infinity in living beings (e.g, the legs and eyes of a dog tick) as relativity hugs quantum physics; and Descartes’ cosines hug Euler’s sines in a complex plane.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijsss.v12i1.6733


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