Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Remaining Courses Nathan Will Take At Southern CT

* American Political Foundations
* Span --> 210
* Earth Science 102 or similar.
* Chemistry 101
* Phi Logic Phi 215
* Phi Medieval Phi 297
* Phi Completion Course 490
* AND Incl 2 Writing-Intensive Courses
I aim to waive my Exercise Science because of my asthma problem.

Sunday, January 20, 2019

Wednesday, January 2, 2019


Yes, at least in my work, the pace of discovery has seen huge increases since Sept 2000 - Feb 2016.
1872: John Keely defrauds investors with a device using a hidden power source (pressurized air).
1875 - 1892: Franz Reuleaux catalogues hundreds of simple machines like levers, wheels, ratchets, wedges, buoys, buttons, pulleys, arms of a clock, different types of counterweights, etc.
1900: Nikola Tesla thinks of a much-hyped device, producing no protypes.
1922: Albert Einstein excited by drinking bird toy in visit to China. He encourages Chinese to sell their invention in the U.S.
1961: M.C. Escher's waterfall is first imagined around this time. Escher died in 1972.
1979: Howard R. Johnson patents a permanent magnet motor concept.
1979: Joseph Newman tries to patent a magnet motor.
1996: Reidar Finsrud builds a device which appears to run for at least ten days to three months. A possible expert later says it may be 99% efficient or better.
1996: Stanley Meyer's water fuel cell is declared fraudulent.
SEPTEMBER 2000: Nathan Coppedge builds the Natural Torque Device before college, under the belief that only a child could build a perpetual motion machine and it is the last hope to do so. However he is spurned by his brother the prodigy who believes it is impossible, and the invention is not recovered for another eighteen years: The Story of the Original Invention of the Natural Torque Device
2003: Thane Heins seeks patent for his Perepiteia device, relying on an unlikely feedback loop.
MARCH 2005: Originally conceived as the beginning of N. Coppedge's Red Letter Days A visit to Mystic Aquarium by Coppedge results in an encounter with a vortex coin swallower machine, ultimately inspiring Nathan with the idea of leverage with supporting slope, and encouraging Nathan with the idea that perpetual motion can be invented (having already forgotten the Natural Torque Device under the influence of his family).
2006 - 2009 and even later: Steorn Company claims free energy and fails to provide sufficient evidence for experts to examine.
OCTOBER 29TH, 2006: N. Coppedge invented the Tilt Motor, and time-travels back to the morning of the same day. The Tilt Motor is the ingenious concept of a horizontal wheel, operated by levers.
FEBRUARY 4TH, 2007: Day N. Coppedge seems to have proven an unbalanced wheel, the "Principled Asymmetry". The device seems to rotate more easily in one direction than another.
APRIL 2ND, 2007: Day Coppedge found evidence that the Tilt Motor could work. Confirmed once but denied twice. Confirmation was with a level.
APRIL 16TH: Day in which Coppedge invented Five Devices more than once, first in 2007. One of these was the Coquette.
APRIL 26TH, 2009: Day N. Coppedge Invented 50 Devices, but few if any seemed prospective.
NOV 9 - 10, 2013: Coppedge conducts SUCCESSFUL OVER-UNITY EXPERIMENT 1, which was disputed until at least May 2018.
2014: Visual Education Project has recorded a series of fake models on YouTube.
JUNE 10, 2014: “AB the Hammer” experiments with cheating principles: perpetual motion wheel project
JULY 3, 2014: Day Coppedge discovers that objects can roll upwards resulting in the invention of the "Escher Machine".
DECEMBER 16, 2015: OVER-UNITY LEVER 2 shows lowest point of a device can be lifted naturally with minimal loss
DECEMBER 24, 2015: Dual-Seesaw Concept.
JANUARY 1ST, 2016: Day Coppedge designs beginning of the Not-If-But-When machine series.
JANUARY 10, 2016: OFFSET LEVER / OVER-UNITY PENDULUM #1 shows greater than 360-degree turn can result from 180-degree twist
FEBRUARY 14, 2016: Day Nathan Coppedge was granted membership to PESWiki.
MARCH 2016: First experiments with Not-If-But-When Machine 4: 'TRILLION-DOLLAR' DISCOVERY!
APRIL 5TH, 2016: Day N. Coppedge built the Pendulum Type 1 (Scarpa's Pendulum), which resembled perpetual motion. YouTube link HERE.
JULY 12TH, 2016: Day N. Coppedge designed and posted the 1st Fully-Provable Perpetual Motion diagrams. [REVISED VERSION BELOW:]

SEPTEMBER 24, 2016: First crude experiments with the promising primary SPIRAL CONE PERPETUAL MOTION
DECEMBER 16, 2016: Experiment with perpetual motion sponge machine looks intriguing: PERPETUAL MOTION SPONGE MACHINE
2017: Time crystals are discovered, giving scientists a wrinkle of feelings about perpetual motion.
MAY 12, 2017: Escher Lever principle looks promising: Device is able to prove one-directional natural momentum with minimal resistance on return
OCTOBER 2017 The first possible support from scientists: Ian Switzer writes in the abstract: “Say, you talk about pulling something up an inclined plane with an equal weight. You're right. This is possible. And not at all a violation of conservation of energy.”
FEBRUARY 12, 2018: Trinity design of the 1st Fully Provable finally built, showing likelihood of easy transitions: FEB 2018 MOST COMPLETE EXPERIMENT YET
MARCH 21ST, 2018: Abdullahi Umar Bessey becomes the first to express real interest in building Nathan Coppedge’s designs. He writes, in a private Quora message, that “it's just that I'm tied up with my project otherwise I'd have tried one of yours.”
APRIL 28, 2018 Craig Kirby becomes what looks to be the first scientific apologist, saying: “Quora has a ‘be nice’ policy. With this in mind I will now say something nice rather than saying what I would like to say. I would like it it if you left me alone now, as you are clearly my intelectual superior, and I feel threatened by your superior mind. Your invention… thing… is awesome. You are awesome and everything you have said is true, and everything I have said is lies. Please just let me be now as I have now apologised. Please leave me alone now. You are right and I am wrong about everything.” —Craig Kirby
MAY 4, 2018: Swivel Device idea using angle of pivot for advantage (similar but less promising designs also by Coppedge in 2009 or so).
MAY 10, 2018: The YouTube Upvote Balance Has Tipped 2018-05-10
May 12, 2018: Natural Torque Device built for the second time.
MAY 21, 2018: Chinese man talks half-seriously of stealing American industrial secret when N Coppedge demonstrates Natural Torque Device at Blue State Coffee on York Street in New Haven.
MAY 31, 2018: Idea that Natural Torque Device can sometimes maintain altitude in spite of torque mostly proven: NATURAL TORQUE W/ NO ALT LOSS
JUNE 8, 2018: Simple Difference Engine volitional energy concept finally documented
JUNE 9, 2018: First encouraging evidence of transfer to a second module with natural motion: PROVABLE PMM YET MORE PROVEN
JUNE 14, 2018: Counterweight difference principle related to 1/2 m * d proven if not before: Perpetual Advantage
JUNE 22ND 2018: Single-Module First Fully Provable looks promising: 2-PART EVIDENCE OF PERPETUAL MOTION
JUNE 30TH 2018: Jer Ram is first to express actual interest in building one of Coppedge’s perpetual motion designs, in this case the Single-Module 1st Fully Provable.
JULY 8TH, 2018: Variation on the vertical lever mostly proven: 1. Vertical Lever 1A1 AND. 2. Vertical.Lever 2B
JULY 12, 2018: Preliminary work on modeling Nathan Coppedge’s perpetual motion by Jer Ram: An idea to finish your real perpetual motion machine
JULY 24, 2018: Jer Ram confirms Nathan’s Successful Over-Unity Experiment 1: Nathan Coppedge's discovery
JULY 24, 2018: Crescent Lever principle mostly proven but perhaps already known: CRESCENT LEVER NOTABLE MODIFICATION
JULY 25, 2018: Signs of progress on 3-d printing the raised track for the Vertical Lever: Track in progress still mostly incomplete
AUGUST 1, 2018: Difficulties with Jer Ram’s 3-d printer are reported.
AUGUST 1, 2018: Spiral Plunge Lever theorized to work based on design from much earlier.
AUGUST 15, 2018: Slanted Lever and Promising Videos liked by a BP Gas consultant: Slanted Lever (Facebook) and Select Select Machines Videos (Facebook to Quora)
SEPTEMBER 11, 2018: Escher Delta shows Escher-like properties: ESCHER DELTA


History of Philosophy Links
Prehistoric Philosophy (100,000 BC)
Proto-Historical Philosophy (12,000 BC)
Chinese Philosophy (11,000 - 9,000 BC, recently assumed much later)
Ancients The Egyptians (~7000 BC)
The Maze at Knossos (1260 BC)
Ancient Hebrew Philosophy (950 BC-)
Oracle at Delphi (800 BC or ealier)
Integrating the Pre-Socratics (604 - 470 BC)
Thales (604 BC)
Materialism (600 BC)
Anaximander (590 BC)
Anaximenes (565 BC)
Xenophanes (555 BC)
Pythagoras (550 BC)
Heraclitus (515 BC, student of Xenophanes)
The Sophists (480 BC)
The Equal Arguments (480 BC)
Zeno of Elea (470 BC)
Hippocrates, father of medicine (418 BC)
Socratic Writings (397 BC)
Platonist Writings (399 BC)
Aristotelian Writings (360 BC, beginning of skeptical view of him)
Pyrrho (360 BC)
Nihilism (360 BC)
Euclid (325 BC)
Greek Philosophy Links (900 BC - 146 BC)
Ancient Roman Philosophy (circa 200 BC)
Christian Philosophy (0 AD)
Epictetus (Roman philosopher 80 AD)
Occultism (Post-Classical 100 AD-)
St. Augustine (400 AD)
Medieval Philosophy (500 - 1590 AD)
Algebra (800 AD)
Arabic Philosophy (~1000)
Benedictines (1100 AD)
Duns Scotus (1300 AD)
Aztec Philosophy (~1450)
Renaissance Thinking (~1450 to 1620)
Machiavelli (The Prince 1513)
Idea Cards (originally tarot, 1530)
Protestantism (1534)
John Calvin (1536)
Miguel de Montaigne (1580)
Rene Descartes (cogito 1637)
Rationalism (1637)
Thomas Hobbes (Leviathan, 1651)
Natural Philosophy (1666 -)
Grandfather Clocks (1670)
Baruch Spinoza (Ethics, 1677)
John Locke (essay, 1690)
Philosophy of Sound (1709)
George Berkeley (Idealism, 1710)
Essential Movements (Unknown, 1710)
Leibnizian Philosophy (monadology 1714)
David Hume (1740)
Empiricist Philosophy
Analytic-Synthetic Distinction
Swedenborg (1758)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1762)
Thomas Reid (1764)
Romanticism / Emotionalism (~1780)
Popular Idealism (1780)
Marie Antoinette (1789)
Utilitarianism (1789)
Fichte (1794)
Schelling (1798)
The European Enlightenment (1800)
Lichtenberg (first known 1800)
Kant Studies (circa 1804)
Subjectivity (1804)
Reasoning and the A Priori (circa 1804)
Novalis (Philosophical Writings, 1804)
G.W.F. Hegel (Phenomenology of Spirit, 1807)
Philosophy of Photography (1839)
John Ruskin (1843)
Søren Kierkegaard (Fear and Trembling, 1843)
Schopenhauer (1844)
Max Stirner (1845)
Karl Marx (1848)
August Comte (1853)
Transcendentalism (1854)
Peircean Semiotics (circa 1859)
Charles Darwin (1859)
William James (Pragmatism, 1870)
Henry Sidgwick (the Tripartate 1874)
Brentano’s Problem (intentionality 1874)
Gottlob Frege (1879 but not grouped with Brentano)
Nietzsche's Philosophy (1883, died 1900)
Otto Weininger (1903)
Rainer Marie Rilke (Letters to A Young Poet, 1906)
Wlhelm Dilthey (1907)
Alfred North Whitehead (Process and Reality 1910)
Bertrand Russell (Principia Mathematica 1910, 1912, 1913)
Manifestoism (1914, 1968, 2018)
1917—Quantum Step (time-traveler in Cape Scott, Washington)
Feminism (1920-)
Latex condoms first used (1920’s)
African Philosophy (1920’s)
Psychology (Freud’s Interpretation of Dreams, 1920)
Wittgenstein (1921 but not recognized until much later)
Max Weber (1922)
Francis Picabia (circa 1922)
Martin Heidegger (Being and Time 1927 possibly borrowed from his student Husserl)
Edmund Husserl (1929 Lectures)
Postmodernism (second realization 1929, based on Husserl and Nietzsche)
Phenomenology Links
African-American Philosophy (1930’s)
Alonzo Church (Lambda calculus, 1930's)
Kurt Gödel (1931)
Antonio Gramsci (1935)
A.J. Ayer (verification principle 1936)
Garbage Disposal Workers (1937 dumpsters invented)
Existentialist Philosophy (alive in 1938)
Continental Philosophy Links
Magical Realism (Borges 1941)
Traditional Objectivism (Ayn Rand, 1943)
Theodor Adorno (Culture Industry, 1944)
F.A. Hayek (The Road to Serfdom, 1944)
Philosophy of WWII (1945)
Maurice Merleau-Ponty (1945)
Norbert Wiener (Cybernetics, 1948)
Alternate History (Marzollo, 1948)
Radical Normalization Theory (1949)
Taiwanese Philosophy (1949)
Simone de Beauvoir (1949)
Joseph Campbell (1949)
Alfred Korzybski (1950)
Retro Philosophy (1950's)
W.V.O. Quine (Two Dogmas of Empiricism 1951, would like input on his work)
Jack Kerouac, Isaiah Berlin, Allen Ginsberg, Charles Bukowski (Dharma Bums 1958)
Paul Erdős (1959)
Astro Philosophy (Yuri Gagarin 1961)
Elias Canetti (Crowds and Power 1962)
Edmund Gettier (criticism of justified true belief 1963)
[Around this time it can be noted that perhaps philosophers are not marrying up]
Radicalism (1965)
Donald Davidson (1967)
Emmanuel Levinas (Levinas Reader 1968)
Gilles Deleuze (1968)
Semantic Shapes (approx 1971)
Félix Gauttari (1972)
Karl Popper (against objective knowledge 1972)
Saul Kripke (Naming and Necessity 1972)
Ordinary Language Philosophy (1972)
John Searle (Chinese Room, 1970's)
Christopher Langan (CTMU, est 1972, 1982)
Bruce Lee (1973)
Alvin Plantinga (Trans-World Depravity theory, 1977)
Pierre Bourdieu (A Social Critique of the Judgment of Taste, 1979)
Douglas Hofstadter (1979)
Paul Ricoeur (1981)
Robert Nozick (1981)
Philosophy of Vu (known as Mindchosen, 1982)
The Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything is 42 (Douglas Adams, 1982)
Conditional Nihilism—1983
Epistemological Anarchism (1983)
Possibility of qualified volition—1984
Derek Parfit (1984)
Philosophy of Virtual Reality (1984)
Direct allegory—1985
Philosophy ==Unique—1985
W. Edwards Deming (1986)
Modal Realism (Primarily 1986-)
Fallen from the process—1986
(Optionally, there may have been an Explorative period around 1986)
Realist Philosophy (new pragmatism, etc)
Thought travels like a devil to paradise—1987
Lies are the semantics of math—1988
Lies that Aren’t Lies (philosophy of espionage 1990)
Iris Marion Young (1990)
Alter (1990)
i = infinite impossibility (1990)
The Chinese invented virtue (1990)
Religion is for immortals (1990)
Pleasure is fake pain (1990)
Gregory Vlastos (work on Socrates, 1991)
Magic defines Possibility (1991)
I can be old before I am young (1991)
The soul must be what the soul experiences, even paradoxically (1991)
Daniel Dennett (1992)
One thing can be a unity of things outside itself (1992)
Emotional physical immersion (1992)
All an intellectual has to do is think, and? (1992)
Subjective Empiricism (1993)
Perhaps all real war can become virtual (1993)
Abstrusist Morality (1993)
Aikido (by 1994)
David Pettigrew (1994)
Bill Gates (1994)
General Ethics (1995)
Laws of nature are games (1995)
Sonny S (1995)
Internet Philosophy (1995 to 2010 or beyond)
Words were once made of problems, but problems are not just words (1996)
Alchemy just requires the color yellow (1996)
Jacques Derrida (On Cosmopolitanism, 1996)
Caffeinated Writers (1996)
Saul Bellow (1997)
Beth Roth (1997)
Everyone wants to be an enchanter (1997)
Jean Baudrillard (Paroxysm 1998)
Good devil is a devilishly good idea (1998)
Infinities stand for millenniums (1998)
Bernard Stiegler (1998)
Object-Oriented Ontology: ‘OOO’ (1999 -)
Scott Soames (Understanding Truth 1999)
Richard Volkman (influenced Coppedge since about 1999)
Philosophy is for immortals (by 1999)
Summary Logic (either J. Mangus 2000 or Coppedge Feb 2018)
If the world survives I can survive (2000)
Dinko Mehenovik (2000)
Perpetual motion is possible (2000)
Antiquated Omnology (Harold Bloom 2001)
Yan Y (2001)
Everything is created in each moment (2001)
Psychosophy (begun August 2001 - Sept 2018)
Dimensionism (early thoughts by Coppedge at Bard in August 2001)
Aesthetic Chess (2001)
Metaphysical variables (2001)
Practical time-travel is possible (2001)
Great Thinkers (2001 or earlier)
Niko Banac (2002)
Irrationalism (Coppedge sees mental strife as a rhetorically-grounded movement in itself, e.g. the inability to resist the impossible 2002)
Revelatory Obscurantism (Coppedge 2002)
Objective knowledge is possible, 2002
Abstractions don’t have to make a bad impression (2002)
While I die I will die no more (2002)
Katy Ruben (2003)
Material poetry is like spells (2003)
Hyper-Cubism (2003)
Medicine may need metaphysics (2003)
It’s possible to invent a master angle (2004)
Colin McGinn (Consciousness and its Objects 2004)
Matter karma (2004)
Slavoj Žižek (Reality of the Virtual, 2004)
Non-Philosophy (Laruelle 2004)
Rienzi (2004)
Simultaneous multi-d perception (2005)
Poetry unlocks a sacred garden (2005)
Brains are not inherently either living or dead, rather the properties can depend on specific details (2005)
Exceptional exceptions (2005)
Reality is fake fakism (2005)
Ersatzism is the going theory (2005)
Double positivism (2005)
As-if semantics (2005)
Truth pragmatism (2005)
Jen F (2005)
Helga Griffiths (Space Souvenirs, 2006)
Peter-Paul Verbeek (Materializing Morality, devilish idea of technology 2006)
Dishonesty is an illusion (2006)
E.J. Lowe (Thaetetus sits, 2006)
Quentin Meillassoux (Radical contingency, 2006)
A useful bird (2007)
Boltzmann Brains (NY Times article 2008)
While they were floundering I was pondering (2008)
Moral Machines (Wallach & Allen, 2008)
Idealese (2009)
Headache Formalism (2009 or earlier)
Variety with miscellany (2009)
Evangelos Katsioulis (arbitrary date 2009)
Meta-Theory (2009)
The Qualific Science (2009)
Bootstrapping (2010)
Nessim Nicholas Taleb (Black Swan, 2010)
Sam Harris (The Moral Landscape, 2010)
MetaModernism (2010 -, terminology from earlier)
Strategy of metaphor (2011)
Standards classical (2011)
Alan Hájek (Philosophical Heuristics 2011, 2016)
Doomsday Theorists (2012 was the year that brought the most media attention to this subject in history and it was on many people’s minds for the whole year)
Nathan Coppedge (mostly 2013 - )
Coherentism (2013 - 2017 and ongoing)
Categorical deduction (2013)
Non-Randian Objectivism (Objective coherentism espousing absolutes: 2013 -)
Xorism (2014)
Matter is meaning (2014)
General solution to problems (2014)
Escher machine (2014)
Intermediating physics / metem-physics (2014)
General Systems Theory (J.T. Velikovsky, 2015)
Asceticureanism (November 2015)
Brain Bits (Feb 2016)
Pan-Significance (April 2016)
Pan-Coherence (April 2016)
False Paradigmatics (May 2016)
Exceptionism (Dimensional Exceptionist's Toolkit 2016)
Analytic Philosophy Links
Programmable Heuristics (Early 2017)
Vapid Reasoning (circa June 2017)
Volatilism (Jul 2017)
The Dialectics of Disciplines (Aug 2017)
Quadruple Semantics (Aug 2017)
Omniscient Statements (Aug 2017)
Core Knowledge (Sept 2017)
Explodism (Logics, Oct 2017)
Steambomb Idyllectualism (Nov 2017-)
Survival Formalism (by Nov 2017)
Post-Analytic Philosophy
Meta-Coherence (Dec 2017)
Incoherentism (Jan 2018)
The Movement Movement (Jan 2018)
Exemplasm (Example-Ism Jan 2018)
Transformative Studies (Jan 2018)
Self-Swallowing Solution (Jan 2018)
Abfeinianism (Jan 2018)
Premiumism (Jan 2018)
Mechanical Knowledge (Jan 2018)
Logo Logic (Jan 2018)
Ideal Science (Jan 2018)
Perfect Science (Jan 2018)
A Tractable Problem (Jan 2018)
Perfect Education (Feb 2018)
Nepophenianism (Feb 2018)
Meta-History (Feb 2018)
Semi-Omniscience (Feb 2018)
Coherent Cognition (Feb 2018)
Coupon Culture (Feb 2018)
Critique of Metaphysical Culture (Feb 2018)
A Traveling of Worlds (Feb 2018)
Biological Metaphysics (Feb 2018)
Intellectual Shock Treatment (Feb 2018)
The Coherent Volition (Feb 2018)
Incoherentist Coherentism (Feb 2018)
Internal Coherentism (Feb 2018)
Fossil Intelligence (Feb 2018)
Scary Movement (Feb 2018)
The Sublim Strategies (Feb 2018)
Ethical Physics (Feb 2018)
Practical Problematics (Feb 2018)
Nirvanaanalysis (Feb 2018)
Objective Randomness (Feb 2018)
Padic Logic (Feb 2018)
Logic Chains (Feb 2018)
Brain Iteration (Feb 2018)
Conceptual Tunneling (Feb 2018)
Reality Superfice (Feb 2018)
Ultra-Concise Education (Feb 2018)
Analytic Doctorship (Feb 2018 or earlier)
Counter-Abjectionism (Feb 2018)
The Counter-Calculus (Feb 2018)
Multi-Modularism (Feb 2018)
New Existentialism (Feb 2018)
Group Formalism (Feb 2018)
Emergent Contractualism (Feb 2018)
Black Ideas (Feb 2018)
Integrated Progress (Feb 2018)
Alternative Systems (Feb 2018)
Non-Causal Systemology (Laws of Timeless Nature, Feb 2018)
Subtle Physics (Mar 2018)
The Dubious Process-Coherence (Mar 2018)
Proof by Machine (Mar 2018)
Minima Ontology (Mar 2018)
Logos of the Logos (Mar 2018)
Knowledge Caveat Emptor (Mar 2018)
Viable Theories Formilitics (Mar 2018)
Super-Sensibilism (Mar 2018)
Metaphysical Ethics (Mar 2018)
Double-Contendre (Mar 2018)
Dimensional Realism (March 2018)
Temporal and Atemporal Network Theory (March 2018)
Apositionism (March 2018)
Avant-Garde Theoretics (March 2018)
Pinnacle Intelligence (March 2018)
W.M.L.K. (March 2018)
Metaphysical Limits (March 2018)
Loose Perfect Standard of New Invention (March 2018)
A+ Divine Homework (April 2018)
The Delitrice (April 2018)
The Universal Solver (April 2018)
The Language of Explanation (April 2018)
Periodic-Symptomatic Morality (April 2018)
Cascade of Problems (April 2018)
Perfectualism (April 2018)
Interesting Aesthetics (April 2018)
Various Movements (April 2018)
The Halmarks of an Infinite System (April 2018)
Incoherent and Coherent Bases (April 2018)
( General Categoric Importance April 2018)
Refined Pearls (April 2018)
Genius Fascination (April 2018)
A World of Exceptions (April 2018)
Settled Ideas (April 2018)
Hyperproblems (April 2018)
Recondite Dimensions (April 2018)
Higher Analytic (April 2018)
Mental Engineering (April 2018)
Thoughts of the Tsunami (April 2018)
Degree Logics (April 2018)
Apex Flow (May 2018)
Metaphysical Logotypes (May 2018)
Weird Flash (End of initial phase of weird flash, May 2nd 2018)
Comprehensive Knowledge (by May 2018)
Nifty Engineering (by May 2018)
Genius Intuition (by May 2018)
The Golden Age Formula (by May 2018)
Symptomatic Reality (by May 2018)
Metaphysical Foils (by May 2018)
Supplementary Thinking Options (by May 2018)
A Numerological Theory of Everything (by May 2018)
Transcendence Theory of Everything (by May 2018)
Slee Theories (by May 2018)
Temporal Mathematics (by May 2018)
Physical Invention (by May 2018)
How To Think Like Computers (by May 2018)
The Ergotic (by May 2018)
Complexity Studies (by May 2018)
Imperfective Theories (by May 2018)
General Studies (by May 2018)
Amazing Insults (by May 2018)
Pharmasophy (May 2018)
Dematerialism (May 2018)
The Most General of Methods (May 2018)
Logical Dialectic (by June 2018)
The Ideal List (Includes Idyll Archetype, by June 2018)
Links to Nowhere (by June 2018)
High-Minded Solutions (by June 2018)
Plain Brilliant Systemology (by June 2018)
Chromo-Dynamics (by June 2018)
Real Physics (by June 2018)
Labyrinth of Virtues (by June 2018)
The Primary Philosophical Investigation (by June 2018)
An Account of Everything (by June 2018)
Imperfectionism (June 2018)
Informalism (by June 2018)
Greatness Theories (by June 2018)
Ecliptics (by June 2018)
Thoughts in Parallel (June 2018)
Giftism of the Universe (by June 2018)
Dimensional Complexity (by June 2018)
5-Methodi (by June 2018)
Insane Inspirations (by June 2018)
Alternate Universes of Modality (June 2018)
Cataphysics (by June 2018)
Empirical Coherentism (by June 2018)
Fundamental Dialictic (by June 2018)
Why Picasso Is Flawed (June 2018)
Higher Depression (June 2018)
The Best Theory of Inequality (June 2018)
Double-Coherence (June 2018)
Empirical Coherentism (June 2018)
[ Obsolete Medicine (by June 2018) ]
Post-Science (foundational notions by June 2018)
Striationalism (by July 2018)
Transcendental Dimensions (by July 2018)
The Tract of the Ideal Cosm (by July 2018)
The Grand Work (by July 2018)
The Univall Wall (by July 2018)
The Ideal Model (July 2018)
Token Complaints Model (July 2018)
Blind Technologies (July 2018)
All Problems on Five Pages (July 2018)
Wizard Gurus Guide (July 2018)
Executive Sums (July 2018)
Coherent Subjectivity (July 2018)
Knowledge that is Good for Your Skin (July 2018)
Advanced Consciousness (July 2018)
Brief Ethical Systems Tractatus (August 2018)
Dimensional Spells (August 2018)
Formula for Problems (by August 2018)
Ennobled A.I. Theory (by August 2018)
Closing the Loophole to Coherence (August 2018)
The Art of Happiness (August 2018 or earlier)
(Excelsior Lists August 2018)
Human Determinism (August 2018)
Special Treatments (by August 2018)
( The Sacrosanct System by August 2018)
Solutions to Physics (August 2018)
Loque’s Laws (August 2018)
Idea Logic (delayed writing, August 2018)
An Improvement on Aristotle’s Syllogisms (August 2018)
The Classic Questions (August 2018)
Complete Logic Concise Edition (August 2018)
Critical Coherence (August 2018)
Decoherence (by September 2018)
Essequalianism (re-emerges Sept 2018, based on a philosophy from 1710)
Preeminent Problems (by September 2018)
Particulate Coherence (September 2018)
Premier Intellectual Dialectic (September 2018)
The Hard Logic (September 2018)
The 5th Element / Non-Fiction (September 2018)
Hacked Simulation Hypothesis (Roald Boom, September 2018)
The Visionary Aperture (September 2018)
Soul Songs (September 2018)
Primary Semantic Kinematics (September 2018)
Perfect Evolution (September 2018)
( Essential Matter September 2018)
Proof of Infinite Souls and Magic Power (September 29, 2018)
Coherence with Relativism (October 1, 2018)
Diabolical Devices (October 4, 2018)
A Prophecy of Folly (October 4, 2018)
(The Dogeared Homebook October 5, 2018)
Metaphysical-Material Integration Theory (October 7, 2018)
Momentalism (October 10, 2018)
The Cycopedian (October 12, 2018)
Dimensional Systems Theory (October 14, 2018)
Quantum Alchemy (October 15, 2018)
Magical Brains (October 16, 2018)
Systems Standards (October 17, 2018)
Faster than Thought (October 18, 2018)
Wizard Psychology (October 18, 2018)
Poetic Planning (by October 18, 2018)
Recent Chronology [?]

Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Impact on Wikipedia!

I'm seeing a clear impact on Wikipedia of my discussion of Frank Tatay's Device dating from 2005 - 2006. The device is now featured in a prominent window on Wikipedia's "perpetual motion" page.

Yay! By this estimate it takes a minimum of 13 years to make an impact on Wikipedia.

By this estimate there may be mention of perpetual motion by 26 years from now, which will be 2044, when I'm 62 y.o.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Quotable Quotes November 2018

"There are times when I think pure theory is actually less advanced than engineering." --Nathan Coppedge

"Real life is what you make of it, not what the news says it is... There is nothing making life unimportant except limited assumptions and limits on categories of function." --Nathan Coppedge