Part 1: How the Conception of Units and their Infinite-Repeatability is rooted in Remembered-Thinking

" far as the propositions of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality."*   – Albert Einstein, 1922 A quote remembered for what it says about the limits of human knowledge, but less remembered for what it says about the peculiar powers of a conscious mind, to perceive perfect certainty, such as mathematical proofs, despite living in an imperfect universe.

3-Part Video Series shows how Causation is Rooted in Remembered Thinking

This video series mixes footage from a presentation given to Ajeenkya D Y Patil University and my video-essay, and ultimately leads to the concluding statement, "Perfectly repeatable and connectable remembered-thoughts establish the means for perceiving causal relationships, more so than any remembered-external-event, and therefore causation most likely roots in remembered-thinking."