Imagine a person that knows all and thinks perfectly. A person with such a mind would be able to empty the world of all its ideas, which guarantees that at least one of those will be the solution to a big problem like climate change, deadly diseases, poverty, and so on. However, I don't believe such a person exists, and I don't expect someone like that to be born anytime soon.

But we should still ask the question; is it possible to know all and think perfectly? If yes, can we? Can we build something that can? If no, why?

I think this is the most important question we can ask, because of its potential to solve, or at least, majorly contribute to solving many of our big problems, but also because of the potential insights that it may bring into our perhaps most valued value: innovation. But today, it still seems like an unresolved question. Neither does it seem like that many are aware of it. - I have yet to hear it be proposed as an investable option to solve any problems. 

My goal is to finally resolve this question by; spreading awareness of it, convincing people that it isn't an unreasonable investment and answering it myself. 

The statement in the blue section is my own reasoning for why I believe it is possible to achieve the ideal of knowing all and thinking perfectly and the way to get there.

Even if you disagree with my statement, I still believe that my reasoning comes across the most crucial points, which you may use as inspiration for formulating a disagreement with the statement.

In The solution, I go into more detail of my reasoning and what the statement really means.

In State of today, I will compare the state of today to a state where knowing all and perfect thought has been achieved. I want to figure out how many resources we currently spend on bringing potential ideas to life, and I want to figure out how much attention the question is getting today.

In Education, I will write about how, I believe. my philosophies can be used to solve some of the issues I have experienced with education. 

Besides the main topic, I will also write about anything that fits the theme of knowing all and thinking perfectly, like the existential, cultural and societal implications, etc. But my thoughts on those will be added later on, except this one that I find very beautiful:

Having a mind, separate to our own, to know all and think perfectly is dissatisfying and can make us feel insignificant. But if we can learn to read the mind's language, then we will be able to take a glimpse into such a mind. 

All of the writings here are my own. Sadly, I don't know what fields/subjects they may belong to. I can't imagine myself making a living by doing anything else than to keep on developing my writings/thoughts further. Unfortunately, and somewhat ironically, these thoughts have caused me to drop out of school. Originally, I wanted to be a physicist and find the laws of physics, but then I realized that, instead, I want to find the laws of thought. It made me drop out because it isn't a subject being discussed in school, and I wasn't sure what to expect if I was to pursue a degree related to this subject. So, I needed some time out to gain some clarity on both the subject itself and my future. Today, I have reached some clarity about the subject itself, but as said before, I still don't know what fields/subjects that it may belong to.

I have made this website to help me reach my goals and to have a place to write about them.​ As I am immensely invested in this topic, having this site to write about my philosophies is very meaningful to me. I, therefore, hope that if you find my writings interesting and if it dovetails with your own work, you are willing to work with me and give credit where credit is due, as that is my best chance of doing something meaningful with my work. 

All of my notebooks from when I first noticed my shift in interest, and myself - Thomas Krammer

After my shift in interest, I realized that I had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity - to compare my worldview from before and after major insights. I've always wanted to know what my worldview was like before I learned about science, but I've never had the chance, since I have been learning about it ever since I can remember. There is no specific event I can point to and compare before to after. Nor did I have the chance to see what this transition is like, and what it required in thought or if I was able to have the thought myself.

But my shift in interest from wanting to find the laws of physics to wanting to find the laws of thought is such an event. I knew that I was in the before, and I only had one chance of doing this right. I isolated myself from any outside influence on the topic and wrote all small developments in my thought, down in my notebooks. 

The isolation is also why, that if I use any term that is similar to what others use, it is not intented. This is, for example, the case with 'Laws of Thought'. - I came up with this name for concisely describing my goal of making something that is able to come up with every possible thought and thereby replace every historical and currently living thinker and invent every possible invention.

The name Lotkram is a compound word of Lot and kram. Lot is an abbreviation of Laws of thought and kram is a Danish word meaning 'having to do with'. Put together, Lotkram, of course, means: having to do with the laws of thought.





In the moment that experience is lived, all its meanings are decided, but not necessarily realized.

Therefore, learning to fully realize all unrealized meanings, will redeem all meanings and revolutionize the world in the ways we have not yet realized.

As meaning, and thereby the world, is defined through connections, by recreating these connections and making them palpable, we can follow the path the connections make, to the world of a desired future.