Predicting the future is a quest that is as old as humanity itself.
However, since the dawn of mankind, bar more esoteric approaches, we have mainly relied on algebraic formulas, equations and statistical methods to make predictions. This has served us extremely well in predicting the movement of celestial bodies and the energy unleashed by atomic particles. However, beyond, and within, these extremes of classical and quantum mechanics, there are many natural and man-made phenomena that do not easily render themselves to formulaic approaches.
Why have we not exploited geometry, unfettered with algrebra, in the field of predictive analytics, despite visual imagery and pattern recognition being by far mankind’s most powerful cognitive accessory?
Could it be that the problem lies with our, almost exclusive, use of abstract notations of alphabets and numerals as the basis of human language?
What if mathematics – and science – had developed differently using a “visual” language?
Researching geometry as the basis for a predictive tool must not come as a surprise. In fact what should be surprising is why it has taken us this long or is more likely being done behind closed doors.
Myt Puzzle is based on predictive geometry, a new kind of predictive paradigm based on constructing a geometric computational universe of real-life events that can be explored for its predictive capabilities.
We are currently in the process of raising funds required to obtain computational resources, both human and non-human.
In addition to the crowdfunding campaign (to be launched soon on Indiegogo), we are publisihing a pocket guide (still in draft form) on predictive geometry with a focus on Myt Puzzles.
Please join us in what promises, if proven, to be a pivot in human knowledge..
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