1. Hello Brad and Alicia,
    Brilliant post! Book 32 and especially Book 6-The God Equation are the most re-read books for me. I really enjoyed the thorough explanation of ontological calculus. My mathematics on paper is messy and incomprehensible, I lack the understanding mathematical language and sometimes i don’t even know what my math ‘scribble’ is suppose to mean.Practice perhaps?(laughs at self). I have dabbled in Khan Academy and various other math websites and books, however I have reached a point that just ‘knowing’ the mathematical concepts within The God Series just doesn’t cut it anymore! So, I have already begun by starting from scratch on Khan Academy.I had even forgotten how to do long division!(cant stop laughing at myself) Thank you for your tremendous efforts presented here,it has been an essential part of my learning and inspiration.In fact, in many ways, a metaphorical kick in the bum! Thank you again for your support.

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    1. Thank you so much for the comment Paul, it made my day! You guys inspire us just as much. I listen to the music of Code of Conduct before I write to help prime my mind up. Your band and music is fucking awesome. Please keep up the amazing work because your songs truly are a breath of fresh air for me.

      By the way, this is an amazing new song!

      It’s great that you are starting your mathematics studies from scratch, that way you can build up a solid understanding of the basics, which will in turn make your studies of higher mathematics much easier and smoother. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you, but the key is simple consistency. Make mathematics study a regular part of your life. Start out slow. For example, maybe begin with three days a week of hour long study sessions and then go from there. You might find after a bit of time that you want a little more or less mathematics study. The key is to just be consistent. If you ever need any assistance with anything let me know and I’ll do my best to help you out.

      Thanks again for everything Paul, talk to you soon 🙂


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