Monday, September 15, 2014

P vs NP (attempt 2)

(The first one was garbled. Here's attempt two.)

P vs NP

to resolve this issue, one would allocate data to a computer

If X, defined as Z, is true, Set Y proves that X is true, Set Y is the provided data.

Is George Washington alive in year X? = Question Q

Question Q is also Statement S

George Washington is alive in year X.

If Statement S is true, then the answer to question Q is yes.


If Q is true, all attempts to disprove Q are false statements.

Each defined word is bound by a mathematical set so long as its physically veritable.

Alive is defined as A:

Given X is the year,
Definition (Alive)  = Date of Birth < X < Date of Death = Range of Definition

If X is within the range of the set, then Statement S is true.

If statement variable X as defined by reality is true, then data from set Y will verify the statement.


So long as variable X is within the range as defined by set Y and set Y is the range of possible correct answers, then variable X has verified statement S.

 Any statements on the contrary stating that statement S is false will fall outside of the range of possible correct answers, and be verified as false statements.

Statement S states that Variable X falls within a range defined by definition A and the data from set Y.

If variable X falls within a range defined by definition A, with a truth basis provided by the data from set Y, then X fulfills the criteria of relative truth.

If variable X fails to fall within a range defined by definition A with a truth basis provided by the data from set Y, then X fails to fulfill the criteria of relative truth and is false.

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