General Fiction: The 259 Conjecture
by Brian Robinson
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Sam Fisher was a brilliant mathematician and displayed many of the attributes a genius might. But his view of mathematics was unorthodox. Mathematics for him was not just a way of finding answers or resolving problems. Mathematics was a journey of discovery.
Numbers were not just an invention of mankind used to assist in managing the world. Numbers had an existence in their own right. Even if there were no humans, no worlds, no stars, no galaxies and no universe; numbers would still exist. This understanding not only allowed Sam to think outside the box: it allowed him to exist outside the box.
But Sam was confused by the world in which he found himself. He had a moral conscience and he was sickened and saddened by the goings on in the so called civilised world.
The only way Sam knew how to clear a path through this confusion was through mathematics. In that sense he was an eternal optimist. He also believed that mathematics could solve philosophical problems. And in that sense he believed in tackling the impossible.
Most normal people under most normal circumstances would work from the simple to the complex. But Sam was not normal. To make sense of things, himself and his surroundings, Sam Fisher set out to find the equation that perfectly described the universe. And he believed if he could find that he would be able to perfectly understand himself and why he had been deposited on this particular planet. He named his search The 259 Conjecture.
This story tracks Sam's life from beginning to end. And it tracks the mathematics from simple intuitions to the design and nature of the universe.
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