#### questfortruth

##### Well-Known Member

Living Dark Matter - angels, souls. Living Dark Energy - God?

Dark Matter and Dark Energy does not absorb or reflect light.

Therefore, she/he is invisible. God is invisible, and an angel is invisible.

Nobody has proven that Dark Energy is not energy, but matter.

Smale's problems are a list of eighteen unsolved

problems in mathematics that was proposed by Steve Smale in 1998,

republished in 1999. Smale composed this list in reply to a request from

Vladimir Arnold, then vice-president of the International Mathematical Union,

who asked several mathematicians to propose a list of problems for the

21st century. Arnold's inspiration came from the list of Hilbert's problems

that had been published at the beginning of the 20th century.

The 3rd problem: P versus NP problem: For all problems for which an

algorithm can verify a given solution quickly (that is, in polynomial time),

can an algorithm also find that solution quickly?

The 18th problem: Limits of intelligence (it talks about the fundamental

problems of intelligence and learning, both from the human and machine side).

If there are no limits, the 3rd problem is solved too, in my understanding.

Many humans in past has faced pain and extremely bad feelings and thoughts in the final hour of his/her life. Hence, I welcome such torment at any moment of my life, not only in the final hour. It is normal, to be hurt. It is meeting with "angel of death" prior the real dying.

Dark Matter and Dark Energy does not absorb or reflect light.

Therefore, she/he is invisible. God is invisible, and an angel is invisible.

Nobody has proven that Dark Energy is not energy, but matter.

Smale's problems are a list of eighteen unsolved

problems in mathematics that was proposed by Steve Smale in 1998,

republished in 1999. Smale composed this list in reply to a request from

Vladimir Arnold, then vice-president of the International Mathematical Union,

who asked several mathematicians to propose a list of problems for the

21st century. Arnold's inspiration came from the list of Hilbert's problems

that had been published at the beginning of the 20th century.

The 3rd problem: P versus NP problem: For all problems for which an

algorithm can verify a given solution quickly (that is, in polynomial time),

can an algorithm also find that solution quickly?

The 18th problem: Limits of intelligence (it talks about the fundamental

problems of intelligence and learning, both from the human and machine side).

If there are no limits, the 3rd problem is solved too, in my understanding.

Many humans in past has faced pain and extremely bad feelings and thoughts in the final hour of his/her life. Hence, I welcome such torment at any moment of my life, not only in the final hour. It is normal, to be hurt. It is meeting with "angel of death" prior the real dying.

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