Set Theory and Logic

   

The Sohraab-Hyder or SH Set Theory

Authors: Mustafa A. Khan

This paper introduces a new type of set called the Sohraab-Hyder set or the SH set which is quite different from the well known and studied set of the Set Theory. This new set theory is logically consistent and leads to some fascinating results such as, (1) the necessary existence of an ultimate SH set that created itself in pre-eternity and will continue to exist to post-eternity, (2) the ultimate SH set is self sufficient, (2) the ultimate SH set must give rise to infinite number of other SH sets which represent logically consistent algebras and geometries, (3) the ultimate SH set must give rise to the existence of infinite universes, including our own, (4) the ultimate SH set must give rise to mathematical cells, organs and organisms which undergo must undergo evolution, (5) some of these mathematical cells, organs and organisms are same as the organic cells, organs and organisms which leads to the conclusion that the evolution of organisms is a mathematical fact and finally, (6) it is shown that every living and non-living entity in the universe, with the universe included of course, is a matrix of 0's and 1's.

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[v1] 2014-06-18 12:02:18

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