On the impossibility to understand reality

It is totally impossible to understand reality, because an understanding can only be reached by two entrances: to assume either that classes are real or that they aren’t real, whereof the former ends in paradoxical contradiction and the latter ends in ambiguity, both of which, actually, is the same place – the ultimate interface between the orthogonal assumptions.

All attempts to understand reality will thus end  in this place – the ultimate interface between the orthogonal assumptions. But, we can still understand reality mathematically by quantum mechanics. The question is if the world will allow this fundamentally correct understanding or override it with fake understandings. We’ll get what we deserve..

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