This page is a redirect for my submission for…

The Foundational Questions Institute Essay Contest (2019-2020)
entitled “Undecidability, Uncomputability, and Unpredictability.”

A submission from Bruce Camber on March 8, 2020 titled:
Determinant becomes unpredictable, uncomputable, and undecidable

My apologies.

There are broken links throughout the PDF document that is currently on the FQXi site. I have subsequently learned that PDF files do not support a redirect within a file through the use of the pound-key symbol (#). It appears that each link must be to unique URLs with no redirects. I am still researching my options to correct this situation. I beg for your patience.

This work proceeds on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.

Broken links in order of their appearance in the document:
[1] Decidability
[2] Computability
[3] Predictability
[4] Undecidability
[5] Uncomputability
[6] Unpredictability
[7] Are also the very first units of length and time?
[8] The “CDM of the universe” and Steven Weinberg’s “grand reductionism”
[9] Triangulated coordination shells
[10] Fourier Transform
[11] Lorentz Transformation
[12] Poincaré spheres
[13] Planckspheres
Planck Length multiple at one second: 299,792± km
[14] Automorphic forms
[15] Base-2, base-3, base-5, base-7, base-11 and base-13
[16] Aristotle’s mistake and Quantum Indeterminacy

Abstract: This simple mathematical model of the universe provides different domains for the dynamics of decidability [1], computability [2], and predictability [3] and a range of domains for their transmogrification to Undecidability [4], Uncomputability [5], and Unpredictability [6]. By applying base-2 exponentiation to the Planck base units, the universe is parsed within 202 notations wherein which those domains may be defined. There is a domain of perfection with no quantum fluctuations and a much larger domain of imperfection where quantum fluctuations are fundamental.