Monday, September 28, 2015

The Golden Notebook: An Improvement on Lichtenberg’s Notebook J, Revealing the Origin of Transcendental Objectivity

This book is forthcoming from my publisher, and will be available on Amazon in the next few days.


More profound than either his book The Modist or his other published notebook the Ninesquare, this work of philosophy was recovered after being lost along the highway in middle America. However, the story of its recovery remains a subject of mystery. So far as most authorities will admit, The Golden Notebook is merely an artistic interpretation of Lichtenberg’s Notebook J. The importance of either The Golden Notebook its current edition, or Notebook J in Hollingdale’s original translation is enormous. But here we find traces of a great intellect suspiciously familiar with every nuance of Lichtenberg. It is as if Lichtenberg didn’t exist in the first place. And we find, in his place, a clear, colorful intelligence capable of making stupendous leaps of the imagination, beyond all prior definitions of the term. This Notebook is the ultimate philosophical notebook, a work that dares to say everything important in philosophy, and damned near gets away with it. As the saying goes, past this point, if you want to do something original, cite some sources. In The Golden Notebook, we find evidence of the most original intelligence.

Both text and e-book versions are now available on Amazon HERE:

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Branding Tips from Nathan Coppedge

I've been getting advice from my therapist to think of myself as a successful person. So, I'm going to get slightly on the successful people boat. All successful people write about branding. Everyone knows that. So, here is my ideosyncratic advice on this common subject.

Choose categories that relate to your key personality or intellectual traits.

Make sure you have a product to sell in the marketplace. This may involve establishing a connection with major companies. Avoid spending money on anybody, unless you can help it. Ideally, you produce a product for free, and get money in return when it is cheaply produced. Whoever you work with gets a cut which is higher than the expense of manufacture, but lower than the total price. Your royalty is subtracted from the total price. Therefore, there is no reason to pay money unless you have bad connections, or if you think you need to be lazy about more than one aspect of designing the product. Most companies will give you small breaks, but they don't always give you a sticker break, so in the long-term, avoid bad companies.

Develop keywords (terms related to you), to use on the internet to advertise your personal brand.

Begin advertising your brand. Avoid displaying off-putting information, and make sure you fit a particular consumer mentality (such as students, parents, business-people, or charities).

Motivated by your brand, become highly productive. Usually this means producing to maximize both creativity and quantity of products. Think of the overall quality of the product whenever your marketing is failing.

Now, develop your public image. You need to become the person you have been advertising all along. That is the final key to success. It sounds evil, but if you're devoted to what you're doing, then it is worth it.

---Nathan Coppedge
philosopher, artist, inventor, poet
September 27, 2015
reproduced from an earlier writing on some random forum (by Nathan Coppedge).

Take it with a grain of salt if you like: The Secrets of Success

Money is a potent metaphor.

Try it in life.

Money is like magic.

For $50 one can find deluxe goods.

For $1000 one can meet someone important.

For $10,000 one might have some education.

For $20,000 one might have considerable luck.

I know what I know by following the stages this far.

I am beginning to be brilliant, and I barely own any gold.

Money appears to be the road to success.

Money is a potent metaphor.

Try it in life.

Money is like magic.

Still selling about 1 book every 2 days on average this year...

Average is a book every 1.86 days.

Maybe better next year.

My author page is at Amazon Books for those interested.

Perpetual Motion Inventor's Second Market Prediction

                                ------ 16,314.67 up 0.70% -------

The DOW spells 'IF [Pi - e] - Nathan's Apartment # - 0'.

Look at the details.

This may suggest A.I.s are leaning too heavily on materials produced by Nathan Coppedge, such as proofs of perpetual motion, and theories of objective knowledge and omni-science, but without translating them. It may recommend a human interpreter, or risky calculations in a non-risky area. More quality-interpretation A.I.s that understand the value of paper.

Remember that recently Nathan connected with suggesting that many Nathan Coppedge materials are now available to A.I.s who already thought he was significant. 

All of this suggests that the economics A.I.s are being irrationally conservative based on exaggerated information, and some of the details of Nathan Coppedge's importance are indeed provable, at least to the most advanced supercomputers in the world.

One possibility is that the computers could be lying. But at who's behest? Isn't it a human motive to see the markets succeed?

Therefore, as soon as humans stop holding back about the value of Nathan Coppedge's ideas (even in some stray detail that seems provable to a computer), then the A.I.s will begin to interpret using objective knowledge, and perhaps even factor in perpetual motion.

However, there is some possibility that humans will always hold back against Nathan Coppedge, and the result will be a permanent A.I. ignorance, the type of arbitrary coverup that destroys real information value.

My prediction is it will be some mixture of these things.

So, predict gains for the elites, and a slowdown for the middle class until A.I. improves.

<|[That's the prediction from someone with considerable knowledge and a highly qualified irrational approach]|>

QUOTES ON TIME (Late Sept. 2015)

"Time is a variable or conditioning upon events. It is a coincidence of restraints placed on the definitions of objects."

"It may be that desire is all that  could make free will true."


An X-Ray of Nathan Coppedge's chest reveals a strange figure: what appears to be a plastic doll with the head of a dog-pharaoh. Wouldn't it be weird not to know it was even in there?

Either I swallowed this doll into my lungs somehow or there's some surgery I don't remember... Come to think of it, I think my brother Brian stuffed the doll down my throat to fulfill a fate-bargain I made to help in teleporting between two airplanes!

The account of how the teleporting involved time-traveling to 1990 is given in The Dimensional Time Travel Toolkit, published in 2015.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Vis. Dimensional Knowledge (Quotations by Nathan Coppedge)

"If something goes wrong, you've made an assumption: it's that good!"

"Events are like free variables!"

"Variables tend to be asymmetrically coherent, because they tend to belong to the smallest subset of the entire set. Therefore, it is easiest to use variables in relation to binaries, rather than coherency. But if the entire set is coherent, then the variables must be used coherently. In the case of using binaries, the result for the entire set can be true, but asymmetric. Asymmetric is a degree of coherency the way proportional numbers lie between finite and infinite numbers. Value or property may be the fullest extent of asymmetry the way universalism or absoluteness is the fullest extent of coherency. In this sense, coherency and asymmetry are directly opposed, but not absolutely, but in a neutral state."

"Variables may take a value to remain binary."

"Original value is function of a development process, or may simply exist in the form of any value. The formalism of value defines the development of original variables, unless they are outliers to the system of formality. Therefore, variables are meant to be analyzed as systems unless variables are more important than systems, or unless values are universal."

More Nathan Coppedge quotes at:




Friday, September 25, 2015

I hadn't realized it, but...

66,985 views to Gallery 2 (

or almost 70,000 views!

Compare that with 5,972 Etsy views since 2012.

Etsy has earned me less than $500, especially counting shipping expenses. But popularity alone is sometimes worth it. Who knows what computing and design applications my art or translations of my art may have been used for by this point! Using exact copies is illegal unless the program can produce them by random generation.

Here is my most popular gallery by views:

Hers is my most popular gallery by earnings:

12 days until 1 year above 400,000th author!

My success as an author is improving in the past 2 years, during which I published about 61 books.

(This really just means I tend to sell more than one book every week, counting e-books).

I'm averaging about 1 book sold every four days this month. September tends to be a slow month so far. Academic audiences such as students and libraries tend to buy in October, or to wait until the holidays.

See my author page. There's a lot to choose from! (philosophy, art, perpetual motion machines, advice handbooks, fiction, poetry...)

Thursday, September 24, 2015


Re-posted from Nathan Coppedge on

What is real is real. What is IS. 1 + 1 = 2. Cogito Ergo Sum. Psychological argument: The emotions are valuable parts of who we are, therefore we should be romantics. Or, mathematics is what describes reality, therefore mathematics is the nature of reality. Wisdom involves withdrawing from the world to avoid sin. Or, it is the larger body of people that is most important. Love is truth / metaphysics, etc. so knowledge is irrational, and strength is determinative, but not always desired. Polemic is necessary to make an argument, and polemics involve strength, because it is strength that makes decisions. Elitism is good, but does not always have strength, whether or not we are irrational or strong. Ideas are the greatest thing, because they are the most true, and they are trustworthy because they are good. Or, pleasure is the greatest good because it is what satisfies the body. And higher pleasures are good, too, which leads back to ideas. Experience is valid, because experience is what we can know. Metaphysics is valid because metaphysics is most true. The universe is determined because effect follows cause in every case. We have free will because the universe is open and there is no law against it (games, etc.). Free will is possible because we can oppose opposition. We should teach students because there are things they don't know. We should value commonsense because it appeals to the oldest knowledge. We should globalize, because it serves our economic interest. We should remain nationalistic to protect our security on the global scene. There is evidence of God in the perfection of the things in the world. We should be pragmatic, because we need an ethical principle that does not require God.

Monday, September 21, 2015

Currently in the Top 4% at

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Tentative Progress in the Success Department

$16.59 coming in September / October, from createspace.

about $5 coming in at kdp. Meeting goal of $20 in September or October (unexpectedly).

number of international sales in one month may be branching recently. Good sign for long-term progress.

sales might actually be going up! yay!

At least, they were in July and August.

If this seems loserly, compare it to my YouTube situation, where I have finally achieved '1 Like' besides me on my Successful Over-Unity experiment.

Earning $20 a month is major for a sometimes self-declared POET! (and male with big ears, hairy legs, and wide hips).

Sunday, September 20, 2015

How to Make the World Immortal

Matter compression is the current speed of earlier history.

-->Quantum Vectoring (takes the variable 'information').

-->Compress time, decompress matter.

(Effect: local, Variables: universal).

Profound Dimensional Quote (September 20th, 2015)

"Some say all tools will be made obsolete. When people say that requires magic, I don't disagree. But it might be a magical variable in a dimensional world."


"If I'm god, it's always possible that I'm mortal: unless I'm immortal: this leads to categoric philosophy called Omni-Science."

"I'm good, so I'm god of myself. The best thing is to get what I want. It's necessarily a compromise, because I'm not God. Any compromise pays for some type of everything. With sufficient everythings, nothing goes wrong. Even illness must be well-studied, and there is no study without the experience of existing. With the theory of existence one can begin to study existentialism: the modalities of meaning which compose life." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Pleasure as we know it is brilliant pain: real pleasure is a feeling of nothingness. The feeling of nothingness is neither rational or irrational. Thus, it is foundational for system. Out of system, form comes. When it is granted property, it can be called dimensional." ---Nathan Coppedge

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Imperative Criteria (Dimensionalism)


Darkness --> When life is dark, move to the 2nd Dimension!

Beauty --> When life is beautiful, move to the 3rd Dimension!

Symbolism --> When symbolism is perfected, move to the 4th Dimension!

Efficient Complexity / Complefficiency / Sufficiency --> When life is sufficient and complex constantly, move to the 5th Dimension!

Trans-Humanism Pt. II (Trans-Humanism is the movement that lies between Humanism and Post-Humanism, relating to turning into Cyborgs, Gods, Virtual Acolytes, etc.)

Is it the future that is an illusion, or is it the past that improves?

Trans-humans might be tempted by the future, but they have great potential to improve the 'past'!

Only, the real past hardly exists anymore!

People can work on their 'God levels'.

And improve either one --- improve either identity ---

Past, Present, Future!

They can have an office in any one!

{It depends on authentic historians, authentic politicians}

Meanwhile, their biological clock ticks...

But if what matters is information, the structure of some concept of the past, present, and future can be preserved simultaneously...


For  those who thought Adam Smith had nothing to say about philosophy, consider the following:

"In the progress of society, philosophy or speculation becomes, like every other employment, the principal or sole trade and occupation of a particular class of citizens. Like every other employment too, it is subdivided into a great number of different branches, each of which affords occupation to a peculiar tribe or class of philosophers; and this subdivision of employment in philosophy, as well as in every other business, improves dexterity, and saves time. Each individual becomes more expert in his own peculiar branch, more work is done upon the whole, and the quantity of science is considerably increased by it."

Adam Smith The Wealth of Nations, I.1.9


Concerning the manufacture of machines, by Adam Smith:

"...what a variety of labour is requisite in order to form that very simple machine, the shears with which the shepherd clips the wool. The miner, the builder of the furnace for smelting the ore..." Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations, I.1.11

Adam Smith's prophecy of the computer age is followed by predictions of the following:

 the feller of the timber: Amazon.

the burner of the charcoal to be made use of in the smelting-house: perpetual motion

the brick-maker: free economics,

the brick-layer: meaningful existence,

and: the workmen who attend the furnace: divine existence or virtual reality.

One of My Books Currently Has a Best-seller Rank!

  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #371,723 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
  • #41 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Nonfiction > Science > Physics > Time
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    Friday, September 18, 2015

    Asceticurean on Time!

    Via Quora (Post by Nathan Coppedge):

    "I think a variable is more general than a particle, and much more specific than a field. But, nonetheless, it has a kind of universal relevance in our world. Relevance is a variable that extends beyond the bounds of time. And some worlds may even look similar, in a superficial way, when they are immortal. But we have to measure up before we get there (my spiritual view is Asceticurean, meaning that I practice Zen aesthetics, urbanism, and epiphanies, as rituals and a form of life. It also involves taking things lightly, with an eye to universal intelligence)."

    Asceticureanism: Is anything more pleasurable than knowledge?

    Via (posted by Nathan Coppedge):

    Yes, if everything settles down. 

    This is the strange, official answer.

    Some pleasures involve confusion that is not genuinely enjoyable. On the other hand, if 'the mud settles and the water is clear' then more common pleasures become spiritually enjoyable.

    Thursday, September 17, 2015

    Wednesday, September 16, 2015

    Progress in Trans-Humanism

    There is the most ardently trans-human website I have found recently, called:

    The website touts its ability to turn any person's media information, possibly even their online activities, into a quasi-permanent A.I. that perpetuates the person's eternal legacy.

    The following quotes may be a propo:

    "It's unfair for one person to have to invent everything in the world" ---The Beginning of Technology

    "Manners have often changed to weather politics" ---- The Eternal Optimist

    "Fortunes are built with radical gold" --- The Investor

    "I've made my way counting sheep...and now I've got miles to go before I sleepwalk" ---The Sublimeter

    I'm giving myself a |[Brilliant Karma]| award for my swift action on this new proposal.


    In possible telepathic conversations, I have heard academics and my own brother saying: "He's the mastermind of so much madness..."

    I think they were referring to the students writing papers on perpetual motion and objectivist philosophy, who hardly breathed a word of Newton or Ayn Rand.

    Students whose sole aim---beyond education, beyond happiness, beyond all sanity----is to convince the professor of the greatness of Nathan Coppedge, the worthiness of absolute knowledge, and especially the legitimacy of certain kinky ideas.

    So, is 'Nathan' a good philosopher, but a bad mathematician?

    Or just a kook with ideas about impossible machines?

    Or was he a mathematician after all?

    Or was he a bad philosopher with a few good ideas?

    Or did his ideas for perpetual motion in fact, WORK in the END?

    They mysterious life of Nathan Coppedge is full of intrigue.

    Why did he have such a low I.Q.?

    What is his religious affiliation?

    And why did he write so MANY books?

    Many of these factors are clarified by realizing that Mr. Coppedge comes from a very smart family.

    He did not just depart for these STRANGE ISLES on a whim!

    He has a prophetic name, and he lives in a very intelligent city.

    He has had ideas not just about perpetual motion machines, but about computer games and virtual reality!

    Nathan is a prodigy at finding relevance for himself!

    But, here are the facts:

    Coppedge published 44 books in 2014.

    His I.Q. has gone up by 10 - 30 points in the last 20 years.

    His closest religious affiliation is Unitarian Universalism or Urban Zen (a test said Mahayana Buddhism). He has been proselytizing Asceticureanism.

    He is still in undergraduate at SCSU as of September 2015.

    More and more often, he is being recognized for his profound ideas, although he has almost zero conventional media exposure. For example, he is 67th most quotable at

    He is, as he says, in some capacity a philosopher, artist, inventor, and poet.

    He is in his early 30s.

    He may have invented absolute knowledge.

    He may have invented perpetual motion.

    He may have invented numerous brand-name concepts.

    And he has sold at least one painting in Great Britain, for $400.

    By today's standards, he has potential.

    But he is unusual.

    He is not easily accepted.

    He is a little peculiar.

    Give him a chance! He's the next thing since sliced bread!

    Tuesday, September 15, 2015


    by Nathan Coppedge, via

    I have pondered this question long and hard, and the first definite conclusion I reached is that 'literature is bad philosophy'. 

    That is, to clarify, literature is that beautiful substance which arises from problems

    Only, this wasn't my last conclusion. My next conclusion was that literature is bad poetry

    That is, what literature can do, poetry can eventually do much better, and all good literature is eventually classified as poetry or discarded. Efficiency alone might save this thesis, since the average poem is shorter than the average novel. 

    But I did not stop there. I decided, if literature is bad philosophy and the literature can be saved becomes good poems, then maybe literature is evidence of God

    In this case, what we find in an average university's graduate school English program is not literature at all --- but something very interesting. 

    So, I decided, literature has something to do with being very interesting (on a profound level, like raising censor vapors). 

    If that was the case, then what could I do to find a decent, ideal theory of what literature means? I decided finally that literature is meaningful writing.That's all that it is.



    The efficiency occurs before the books are published. One compounds the most meaningful materials, to get the best result. If one is a conventional author, then this means that the editing process leaves many unfinished pieces which can later be gathered up to continue the momentum. But hardly anyone publishes that way anymore. What is more advisable now is to simply build up enough initial momentum to publish a great deal at the same time. This will provide more exposure, and the overwhelm of content will excite readers.

    One acquires 'baseline support' when a significant number of books are published. Small numbers of sales will occur almost automatically, provided you have had success before. It may be important to have one or more major titles, which requires being known for something, or having some sort of excellent business connection. Also, be sure to spread the word by mouth whenever you can.

    Make sure your books are not too cheap or too expensive to buy. People distrust cheap content, and sometimes will never buy a book priced at $40 - $60.

    Sketch out some plans about where you are going with your materials. What obsesses you? What are your best ideas? Try to base a book on the concepts that seem most intellectual, most charming, most bizarre---whatever term is best-suited to be your buzzword.

    My First Poems in German

    These are un-published poems dating from yesterday.


    Teil, Teil Aut Permeinen
    Warbel, Warbel, Aut Sublienen
    Torbel, Torbel, Mortel-Mund
    Sublim Studdel, Unne Tortel-Wund
    Mach Stich Rudden
    Tornn Tach Ludden
    Mader Wunder Fadder Carr
    Sach Tunn Rubich
    Nach 'Tich' Warre

    Intended Translation:

    Parts, parts of eternity
    Crazy, crazy with sublimity
    Torsion, torsion of the mortal world
    A subtle stumble, a turtle-wound
    Make crude stitches
    Turn on lucid power
    Mother wonders, father cares
    Steal ten rubies
    Night-time war


    Magistren Ranen
    Frischte Tunn Roonan
    Gott Hie Tront Rulle
    Grob Stormme Und Sulle
    Cormandat Und Heit

    Intended Translation:

    The magister reigns
    Frightening much space---
    His high trumping rule!
    Got storm and seal
    Commanding at height.

    Monday, September 14, 2015


    I thought I could hear with my excellent ears, a conversation around the block.

    Someone was introducing themselves to the club or smoke-room where drug addicts are likely to go.

    The person was making grandiloquent gestures, gibbering about how he had invented a perpetual motion machine, or (I couldn't quite hear), perhaps he planned to build one with me, since I was known for this topic in New Haven, and had been seen in the neighborhood.

    He seemed to think he had made a 24-hour bargain to invent perpetual motion, which is desperate thinking when it comes to perpetual motion.

    Someone quickly conned the person into smoking some kind of substance, and minutes later, according to what I could hear, the person was extolling the virtues of the drug he had taken, and perhaps had even overdosed on some more serious drug.

    Someone reported that his last words were "Perpetual motion is real. I'm signing out"...

    Although, perhaps it was someone telling a joke about how they had conned someone into smoking cigarettes.

    So the lesson is, if you are an aspiring inventor, don't be so stupid as to be conned into smoking or inhaling any kind of substance (in bad company), because then doubtless you will become a pessimistic sod whose dreams are curtailed against the fulfillment of the genuine dream.

    But, if this person did build a perpetual motion machine, and was simply acting in the extreme, then perhaps it is all for the best and I'll discover good news in the morning...

    Anyway, I hope all is well with everyone related to perpetual motion, perhaps including the young gentleman who had such high hopes. Perhaps he resisted the second cigarette. Or perhaps it is all just a delusion in my mind.

    Sunday, September 13, 2015


    *Discernment is going to be hyper-. Because it serves preferences, which determine how useful society is for the urban citizen.

    *There is an emphasis on functional paradises. So there is an emphasis on exponential values. Exponential values involve high-quality values. An example is the combination of Urbania (qua belle-artes urbania), Technology, Intellectualism, and Experiences. But other examples may exist for logic, ideas, and entertainment. The earlier four categories are for the urban modular modality.

    *There is a rise of compartments, because of the 'risen environment' of skyscrapers. Compartments will have functions, and functions will become profound.

    *There will be cohorts and initiations. Initiations are augmented accesses to specialized knowledge which serves a temporary, contrapuntal purpose. Cohorts are simply categories of urban citizens which are susceptible to initations. They can be treated statistically or via specialization. Specialization can be used as a technological tool to access citizen modalities. Statistical approaches can be used as an access between government and citizen.

    *The fall from seriousness: society will become increasingly serious in its attitude, but not in a serious way. Many projects will become more casual, in part because of the reliance on computer algorithms to do the work. Serious people will not need to be serious in their attitude, but will simply expect the right reaction, and will test the market for particular unconscious responses. Conscious responses will be reserved for entertainment and major parser functions. We can already see this relationship in the interaction between movie studios and the acting business. However, conscious control will continue to be checked by accesses to logic and modalities of inference.

    *Garbage removal will need to take place as a form of social critique at a relatively high level, or serious problems will become entrenched as social mores. Nonetheless, accepting the output that actually occurs, creatively or otherwise, will become an increasing challenge apart from artificial 'platforms' in which formalized learning takes place. Part of this collective problem is that urban citizens are not being rewarded enough for what may be translated with some difficulty as a good idea. There is greater need for metaphor and transactivity to achieve some creative ends, and sometimes the output will be gradual, rather than immediate.

    *There will be a thirst, whether it is recognized or not, for continuing modification of the human environment. It is one of the prevailing metaphors for human progress, and questioning it may lead to social dysfunction. This may involve more attention to physical infrastructure, particularly materials technologies.

    *Whether it is recognized or not, the concepts that impress themselves as advanced philosophical or artistic ideas will be the focus of the common intellectual imagination. When concepts remain un-discussed, un-questioned, or when tools do not exist to utilize them intellectually, then the burden of progress will be wasted on mental health disorders and poor health habits. This is a major risk, and the key dilemma is that (to my knowledge) no consolidated tool has been built to address the construction of ideas. People thrive on fascination, particuarly if there are visible results produced in the built environment including information infrastructure (games, etc.), financially, or as a social movement.

    *There will be an increasing reliance on icons, even of relative complexity, to represent ideational concepts. There will be no distinction in the importance between icons of minor complexity, and those of intermediate. It will simply be a matter of how perfect the icons are, and the role will often be secular, but ought to be integrated with logic. The result might be a more meaningful society that is more informationally structured, and the consequence will be to have increased info-functionality and greater faith in progress. People will desire more tool-access in this immersive symbol-laden realm, which will provide an opportunity to sell info-related products, even through a government channel as a charity package. The cheapness of producing electronics makes this a resilient method for boosting citizenship and government concepts, and thus, ultimately, also practical functions (biomedical, education, social services, etc.)

    *The rise of variablistic identity: citizens will want encouragement about math-based metaphors of modality. For example, they will want reassurance about immortality so as to have confidence about moment-to-moment functionality as a continuum. They will also want assurance about the availabillity of secondary or ancillary functions, such as standard applications, advice from high authority, and economic optioning. Some of these modal functions should be expanded to serve certain interests, including simple-to-manage standard packages based on user preferences and user functions. Whether the applications are consumer, or government, the role will be to augment the person in the most painless, most psychologically-conducive way, without adopting the tragic veil of mainstream psychology or government.

    *People have digested the concept of an artist, and the concept of immersive experiences. They want more access to simple functions that improve their lives. A greater role for intellectual interpreter programs, data-enhancement, and psychological responsiveness may improve this area..

    On the Brain

    Can you grow brain, can you grow?

    Can I grow, brain, can I grow?

    That's how brains think!

    Magical Motivation to Re-Grow Lost Hair

    1. Ultimately, re-growing hair is important if you want to magically morph your body. It is an instructive step.

    2. Re-growing hair may be important if you want to achieve immortality.

    3. Envision yourself with the real properties of a youth you have not yet ever possessed!

    4. Practice the attitudes of magic that lead to a hairy head of hair!

    The Dimensional Spell-Casting book currently has some best-seller ranks!

    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #225,727 Paid in Kindle Store
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      A Big Influence on Many Philosophies

      Perhaps it is not a well-known fact, but some philosophers are known to see psychologists. And this is often one of the most significant things that happens in psycho-therapy: The Cognitive Circle. It sounds corny, I know, but this symbol has been widely influential for logic, dialectics, and other methods of reasoning... My therapist, who is a Master in Divinity, drew this for me recently. It's the second time I've seen the cognitive circle in therapy, and this time I decided to record it, to know what I was dealing with...

      In my philosophy, the Cognitive Circle has influenced several things, including recursive quadrants in coherent categorical deduction, and the general process of improving thoughts beyond the level of discrete logic. I will describe this briefly: (1) There is a beginning point, such as a mote, which is just the concept that something can be meaningful, (2) There is a duality or some other quantity of elements, (3) The elements are qualified in some way, such as by representing opposites, theorems, etc., (4) A logic is developed to organize the quantity and quality of meaningful elements, (5) Now, there is a 'new event' in which the overall logic is only a small part of a larger field of other logics, all of which relate to create an even larger logic.



      Transcendent Style Guide

      This is not a guide to writing style per se, but more of a guide to 'the style of life'. It is based on my pursuits of the artistic, philosophical, and immortal sublime.


      "Meta-aesthetics is all about reality"

      "Qualities make the object"


      "The next level of rationalism inevitably involves irrationalism"

      "Matter is meaning, in whatever form it takes"


      "Our Notre Dame, judging by the heat, is always tempting people with peaches. By that logic, anyone can become god."

      "If one were just to offer one's stuffed animal an ice cube now and then, perhaps everyone would have karma to become immortal..."



      Back Up to 160 Followers on Twitter!

      Saturday, September 12, 2015

      Latest Wall St. Advice (Sept 2015. Target year: 2016).

      I have invested once, in mutual funds, and made money. Then I predicted we would need perpetual motion to stay above 18,000 points. Then the stocks dived.

      My continuing prediction is that there is a lot of market potential, but it will be hard to sustain progress. The market depends on progress. Progress is not impossible, but it requires more than just banks and (ongoing, appropriate) interest from investors. It requires an interest in new markets, new products, and new services.

      Consider the possibility that everyone is just reacting what is largely a failure in robotics. Robotics is now for the military and for kids toys. It's largely not for Starbucks or sex. Perhaps this is a failure of marketing, but it is clear that it is a market failure.

      My advice is that there should be more focus on new markets, more focus on information-based research and development, and reasonable interest in responsible investing. Then, we should edge towards 18,000 again. It may be sooner than you think, but it depends on more than just investing. It depends on action! People have grown lazy. They think it's not about business. But it IS about business. It's about the future of information. It's about an admittedly delusional, over-stimulated society. It's perfect for floating new deals, but it's not great at withstanding new impacts. New impacts are out. New markets are in.

      That's my crazy advice as a sometime successful investor. I haven't ever lost money. Not everyone can say that.

      From Space to Place In < 300 Words

      Note: I am applying artistic license, because I feel readers may find this shorter edition of the rather work, supposedly on phenomenology, much more useful than the original. Here it is:

      By Edward S. Casey

      "It is sensible, perhaps even irresistible, to assume that human experience begins with space and time and then proceeds to place. Are not space and time universal in scope, and place merely particular? Can place do anything but specify what is already the case in space and time? Or might it be that place is something special, with its own essential structures and modes of experience, even something universal in its own way?... In order to prevent this mere reversal of priority, I have maintained that place is no empty substratum to which cultural predicates come to be attached; it is an already plenary presence permeated with culturally constituted institutions and practices. As the basis of collective as well as individual habitus, these institutions and practices pervade the bodies ofsensing subjects in a given place as well as the gathering power of the place itself: even when prediscursively given (and prereflectively experienced), neither body nor place is precultural. Just as place invades space from the bottom up, so culture penetrates place from the top down as it were. But only as it were, for the very directionalities of "up" and "down" are legacies of bodily orientation in places (as Kant reminds us) and are elicited by powers inherent in places themselves (as Aristotle affirms). It would be more accurate to say simply, and in conclusion, that as places gather bodies in their midst in deeply enculturated ways, so cultures conjoin bodies in concrete circumstances of emplacement."

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      These are my sites:

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      Friday, September 11, 2015

      Predicting more book sales this year than last...!

      My book sales may be up 15% from last year.

      See what is making my books popular:

      The Philosophy of H.P. Lovecraft

      Cosmicism: A vaguely nihilistic view followed by Lovecraft in which the world is unfeeling and vast, minimizing human significance to almost nothing in his fictional universe, that immerses the reader in a common void.

      There is an egress upon the view of Lovecraft by considering scale as something meta-human, with some being being far greater, but always greater than oneself, each somehow located in an internal world interlocking with the darker void. And even things which are not human have this scale which is not of themselves which seems vast and is greater than what is near.

      There is a sort of high-quality but somewhat off-putting blog on similar topics (dystopianism, technology, etc.) at the following link:

      Wednesday, September 9, 2015


      Modular Iterization Stage 1

      People realize they are sane.
      Sanity is a realization.

      Modular Iterization Stage 2

      Mad people realize that they're trying to REALIZE their own potential sanity.
      True intellectuals are sanely mad.
      True artists are mad with sanity.


      Imagine that I'm walking in Plato's Cave.

      I'm supposed to deny the abstract against God...

      Are they saying all I am is selfishness?

      Are they saying God has no Soul?

      I try to talk to myself, and what I hear

      Are people trying to talk to me!

      They tell me, this is how you have an experience

      Inside Plato's Cave!

      This is the ultimate reality that doesn't solve one problem!

      And when I speak back,

      They always tell me that I'm being surprisingly clear!

      Too clear for my intelligence, in fact!

      I may have solved one problem, but because

      I'm in Plato's cave, there's always approximately

      Infinite problems left.

      But really, if I could just talk to myself,

      That would replace the God concept

      And there would be no need for babbling

      About caves and problems.

      They tell me one-to-one----

      I need to be a parasite!

      I need to stab you in the back!

      To get out of the cave!

      If I repeat this back to them,

      They say Get Out!

      Now they say the worst thing in the world

      Is to leave the Cave of Paradise----

      something God already thought of----

      Because he left the Cave himself!

      But that's not good history----

      So it must not be God's real story!

      So far as I know, I'm God if I talk to myself!

      That's not contradictory!

      That's not bigamy!

      That's not the Devil's Dictionary!

      It's as plain as daylight inside the cave!

      The cave of my own mind!

      The relevance of my own problems!

      When was I ever unwise?

      About the time someone used the word 'survival'-----

      To refer to the idea that I was already dead!

      Because they were confused in the head-----

      Perhaps because they had left the cave themselves!

      An obsesion with a dead God murdered-----

      By losing innocence!

      The worst things happen to those that do exactly what happened!

      That's what everyone says!

      And it's not such a bad idea!

      To the clearest mind there's nothing wrong with ignorance!

      It's the most creative, original condition of history!

      Meaningful things happen when crazy people discover reality!

      Open a book and you find some mention of their prodigy!

      The figure dwarfed by architecture!

      The soggy newspaper!

      The spilled bottle of ink!

      The discarded lunchbox!

      These people moved to a better reality!

      And there is no evidence that they followed any other path than you and me!

      But try a perspective that fits!

      The smell of cantaloupe!

      The perfect memory of the most euphoric candy!

      Or some other wonderful myth that was realized for some time----as though immortal!

      In the drench of this stuff, anyone could be a mad demented clown!

      There's nothing wrong with it!

      I'ts just a noticeable coincidence that none of these people are mad demented clowns!

      It's too significant! It's a feverish dish.

      It's half-remembering falling in a ditch.

      It's the last pitch.

      People aren't such lunatics as to ignore the paths that do not come.

      They just realize the dream.

      And the dream is dumb.

      Change the dream!

      Witness the clowns take a walk in the park!

      Of course, the real people will be dropping their lunch pails and spilling ink.

      But nothing is left of the true reality!

      People stink!

      People are educated fools!

      Out of the murk of sanity comes peopled abundance!

      Shops merge! Lyrics profilactate!

      Gone are the days when miracles were small!

      Small days will come and go when people were basically gods....


      'Your work will improve' they say.

      Then I apply an interpretation.

      For example, I could feel that what they mean is irony...

      Then I interpret the words ironically...

      It seems like the person is telling me to be ironic.

      Then I start to feel ironic about my work....

      It's not always for the best, it's not always for the worst...

      To feel ironic...

      That's my concept of the Middle Path!


      The Mote is just madness...

      It's what you need to move beyond the basics...

      What we are used to...

      Is just 4 categories...

      'The Quadrae'...

      Or, you can call it, Omni-Science!

      Notice, the basics has boundaries...

      It is  a step beyond mathematics...

      The exceptions pile up exponentially by the power of two...

      1, 4, 16, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096, 8192, 16384...

      Every level has its own logical method...

      It's own range of minimal rhetorical authority....

      Each level requires exceeding perfection...

      Each level has its own type of mastery...

      For our purposes, computers may be required beyond the level of '16'...

      That is about the limit of what the average mind can grasp...

      Each of these levels is a variation on the Quadrae...

      Intemediate levels also exist...

      But they are tougher to grasp...

      Unique typologies exist for every dimension....

      Even fractional dimensions, with greater precision....

      Sometimes it is safe to say that one dimension is just a variation on the previous...

      In an evolving system, each category must be perfect and complete to lead to the following schema...

      For our purposes, perfection is suspended until groups are completed...

      But, I will show you a little work that I have done...

      The third dimension is the beginning of meaningful experience....

      The fourth dimension is the beginning of time-travel....

      The fifth dimensions is the beginning of immortality....

      21 Dimensions is what you need to eclipse everything that you KNOW!

      At that level, there is something called 'Quadruple Complexity'....

      No need to know about that now...

      Just focus on the tools you hold now...

      And you will have the will  to achieve ultimate reality!....

      Fragment on Time-Travel

      "The understanding of the events I describe in the book might be clarified if it is understood that god-like powers are just very big exceptions-to-the-rule that come about because of perceptiveness and a little extra license from the universe. Here's a hint: it helps to do something that is in synch with history. Creating history is a cheat that can permit huge freedoms." ----Nathan Coppedge, via

      The Dimensional Time Travel Toolkit was published this year...

      Tuesday, September 8, 2015


      There is a web in the world and the mind. It is a network of significant experiences. The more experiences are signfiicant, the more the world makes sense, and the less fragile the web. Each person who achieves a significant life is like a web unto him or herself. This is often because these people are giving to others of their best experiences. The effect is often selfish. Nonetheless, the effects on other people serve a symbolic purpose. They are potential doorways from insignificane onto significance. Sometimes the difference is only an animal reality. And after animal reality is the God reality. After God reality might be the functional reality. After the functional reality might be the emotional reality. No matter which reality one is in, one wishes to pass through these doorways, and enter onto greater significance. And one's range of experiences determines the tools most appropriate for gaining access to that significance. In the first stage, one wants to be told that one is a survivor, a philosopher, a seeker, a professor. In the second stage one wishes to find things that are 'genuinely transcendent', 'special', 'cute', 'idealistic', etc. In the third stage one wants to be left alone to do the most meaningful work. In the fourth stage one opens up to the world and finds meaning in immediate experiences. These are the stages and the modes which correspond to the web of doors, and the pursuit of ultimate meaning for most people, and it is the functions and dysfunctions of these stages that largely define human psychology.




      Many answers are possible. Some are elaborate, and some are perfected. One encounters many of the other answers as one progresses through life. While it may seem terrible that others have different answers, in fact the dilaectic between one answer and another is what creates heaven. Paradise is found on earth, in the form of the correspondence and intrigue between the deepest inner searches. If paradise cannot be had, it is because it is not desired often enough, because some practical problem looms large, or because someone made light of something which was actually significant. It may seem fragile, but it's not. Signficance exists or it does not, at a given time. There is either innocence, or value, or feeling, or significance. And, in a sense, all of these are types of meaning. Because meaning is always present in the form of some answer, some problem, some choice, or some confusion, there is always an explanation which stands in for the ulimate truth. The ultimate truth is only part of the answer, and that is something that explains the nature of the meaning of life.

      After 1 Year, Perpetual Motion Machine D&T Is Still My Best-Selling Book!

      • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,499,461 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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      What I need are some good reviews: so if you have read the book and like the diagrams / and / or theories, I would love it if ANYONE, ANYONE wrote something positive about this book! I mean, look at the quality of the existing reviews: 1 person didn't even read the book, and the other fully expected to build a functioning machine on their own inexperience after reading it!

        One of my books currently has a Bestseller Rank!

        "Basic" Platonism

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        Monday, September 7, 2015


        My readers may have noticed that I removed the link to a Telomerase supplement on the left-hand side of the screen, because the one pill I took was probably not a good substance. It kept me awake for about two months, and most of the effects were not oriented towards health, as I had hoped. Nonetheless, I continue to be interested in immortality as an intellectual discipline which may not require medications.


        1. Sensation.
        2. Epicureanism.
        3. Carrot-and-stick.
        4. Ethics.

        5. Figurativism.
        6. Rational formalism.
        7. Semantic formalism.
        8. Absurd formalism.

        9. The aesthetic sublime.
        10. Existentialism.
        11. Metaphysical semantics.
        12. Sublime functionalism.

        13. Pan-equity.
        14. Meaningful constructs.
        15. Ideal formalism.
        16. Transcendent entics.


        1. Basic Desire.
        2. Imaginative Sleep.
        3. Bon Enlightenment.
        4. Good Societe.

        5. High Art.
        6. Wise Principle.
        7. Synergistic Doctrine.
        8. Philosophical Systeme.

        9. Overcoming Hubris.
        10. Good Counsel.
        11. Divine Company.
        12. Ultimate Meaning.

        13. Modus Existenz.
        14. Telaletheism.
        15. Survival of Ideas.
        16. God of History

        Note: Telaletheism is a term I believe I invented to refer to the torpor and boredom (?), but nonetheless functional attitude of the immortal life.


        One might go so far as to say that divinity is subjective...

        What if, for example, I was a spinosaurus who invented cleverness in order to eat someone?

        What if God had invented words---was the only inventor of words---?

        And therefore, God was the only one in the world who ever took something literally?

        But, then, Jesus might be the inventor of Love, and the only one who reproduces...

        Zeus might have invented gods, but has a need to know the stuff of the gods...

        Therefore, Zeus is mocked for his materialism.

        But he has a power to return everyone to the beginning...

        When there were no gods...

        Therefore, there is not supposed to be a beginning----

        If the powers that be are the powers that be...

        If Age is timeless, then everyone changes, but that is not destruction!

        Every God can live, and who is to avoid inventing one thing or another----?

        Everyone is classical in their own way!

        Unless the powers we have now belong to another age---!

        Perhaps, in the Neo-Classical view, gods are merely those that understand!

        Those that have a concept of the future....

        Things that do not add up to the feeble mind....

        Things that can build bridges over the wheeling masses...

        Ways to divert gods into playing small games...

        Games that matter for the answers of Times-----

        Things regarding a clever engineer,

        Or infinite contents,

        Or a sacred room,

        Or Sisyphus,

        Or Mind....

        Sunday, September 6, 2015



        I  have thought about it, and what is a beginning-point?

        It is no more than perfection!

        Without perfection, there is no beginning!

        Out of perfection, life is a storming for the future!


        People are more than what they make!

        The jewelry-maker is indebted to the thief!

        The rich man is indebted to the whore!

        Out of sad things comes the most intentional business!

        Perhaps for this reason, and no other, evil pleases children!


        For many people, madness is like mana from heaven.

        They were waiting for something to prove something.

        They were waiting for proof, and they hoped for the best.

        But when things couldn't get worse, they got better.

        And when they couldn't prove that things wouldn't get worse, then things remained pretty bad.

        So, (right now) life is stupid, because it improves for people that don't improve.

        It stays crazy for people that mean the best.


        On the future...

        Perhaps the gods or aliens (or whoever they are) want us to die to become our own children: that would explain how pride is a sin!

        Of course, the average man doesn't want to die of politeness, for that reason!

        Men see their fate within their past, and their own potential as the doctoring of their past...!

        Books You May Like Pre- / Post Holidays

        *The Dimensional Philosopher's Toolkit, rated 4.5 Stars (3+ Reviews).

        *Hyper-Cubism: Post-Cubist Drawings and Paintings, rated 4 Stars (1 Review)

        *Nathan Coppedge's Perpetual Motion Machine Designs & Theory (Sort of famous, with two early unkind reviews)

        *42 Mind Seals, making sales even though it has one 2-star review from a priest.

        *Coherent Systems Theory, about coherent math and philosophy.

        *The Dimensional Spell-Casting Toolkit (contains a magic spell for converting a rice cake into a cheddar ricecake that really works, and many other spells).

        *The Dimensional Immortality Toolkit (my best collection of writings on immortality to date).

        *The Dimensional Time Travel Toolkit --- not to be under-estimated.

        *Grand-Unified Theories of Meaning, showing typologies for the first sixteen dimensions and beyond...

        And many more...

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        1. You are born with a lease on life.

        2. You find evidence of the path to enlightenment.

        3. You survive for many years.

        4. You have a  principle to become young.

        5. You gain a logical knowledge of great wisdom.

        6. You find a plant, such as Turmeric, that can extend your life.

        7. You feel you can become young.

        8. Du-Wan-Du! Du-Wan-Du! Du-Wan, Du-Wan, Du-Wan!

        9. The principle of your favorite dessert.

        Doesn't this seem significant!?

        Haven't you made progress?!


        What does the artist say about hope?

        Forward! Avant-garde!

        What does the intellectual say about humanity?


        What does a poet say about murder?

        Out, out!

        What does the pop  star say about having children?

        In, in!

        What does the economist say about markets?

        Down, down!

        What does Burridan's Donkey say about politics?

        Left or right?

        What does the philosopher answer to the question of the potential of a marble in a theoretical perpetual motion machine?

        Up, up!

        Saturday, September 5, 2015


        Extending a theory of proof vs. unfounded, quality vs. property, opp / opp, and system / n-operator, valid vs. incompetent logics. The following is designed for a simple computer program. The most complex aspect is if you want to make the process flow better, by cataloguing all the opposites in the English language with opposite matching, so that the matching is done automatically.

        1A. Is what you are considering a paradox?

        {1 term: Not a paradox!

        2 terms: If opposite terms: you've come to the end of knowledge!

        3 terms: Exceptional paradox!

        4 terms: If your terms are terms are all opposites, the answer can be absolute! If your opposite terms are in opposite positions, your problem can be stated as absolute knowledge.}

        General method of Paroxysm

        What is a term necessary for the problem?

        Do you want to add / delete any terms?

        Then the solution to paradox with terms (x, y, z ....) is the paroxysm with terms (opp x, opp y, opp z...)

        Does this answer the problem?

        If Y, then:

        Do you want to save the solution?

        1B. Is what you are considering a problem?

        Do you want a general solution?

        --> What is the problem?

        [One word answer --> Can you be more specific (restate if necessary?)]

        -->The ultimate solution to 'X Problem' is 'Opp X solution' which is short for 'a solution to Opp X'.

        Was that helpful?

        If no, how about a solution to Opp X? [Skip to frequent answers].

        2A. Do you want help with an existing solution?

        What are the two best terms of the solution? (x, y)

        Is it X? No, then Y.

        Is it Y? No, then X.

        If it is neither, then you have a paradox [Go to Paradoxes].

        If it is X and Y:

        "Then you may have a problem".

        Do any of the terms serve as solutions?

        Yes? Then apply them!

        No? Then, do you want a general solution? (above).

        3A. Do you have a philosophical problem?

        -->Then pick two pairs of opposites that refer to your problem.

        -->Which word of the four is most important? (-->A)

        -->Then quality A (B) as related to quality C (D) AND / OR quality A (D) as related to quality C (B) will constitute knowledge on the subject.

        4A. Do you have a systems question?

        Neutral, balanced, infinite --> Coherent.
        Neutral, balanced, finite --> Modular.
        Neutral, imbalanced, infinite --> Essence, History.
        Neutral, imbalanced, finite --> Insight.
        Asymmetric, balanced, infinite --> Degeneration.
        Asymmetric, balanced, finite --> Functions.
        Asymmetric, imbalanced, infinite --> Form.
        Asymmetric, imbalanced, finite --> Observations.

        It is also available (soon) as an academic article by the same title, at: Seeking comments and implementation for Javascript.



        Arbitrary / Paroxysmal Deduction ('Just' Deduction):
        A then D
        D then A
        (A and D are opposites)
        'AB' is 'CD'
        'BC' is 'DA'
        'CD' is 'AB'
        'DA' is 'BC'
        Basically two deductions.
        A and C are opposite, B and D are opposite.
        similar to categorical deduction or
        two-part paroxysm.
        'ABC' is 'DEF'
        'BCD' is 'EFA'
        'CDE' is 'FAB'
        'DEF' is 'ABC'
        'EFA' is 'BCD'
        'FAB' is 'CDE'
        Basically three deductions.
        A and D are opposite.
        B and E are opposite.
        C and F aare opposite.
        'A conj B boolean* C conj D' OR
        'A conj D boolean* C conj B'
        the statement is justice of / just as:
        'opp A conj opp B Opp boolean** opp C conj opp D' OR
        'opp A conj opp D Opp boolean** opp C conj  opp B'
        Basically four deductions.
        (The opposites can be nouns or adjective forms.
        C must be the opposite of A,
        and D must be the opposite of B).
        *(for example, 'and' / 'or' / 'always' / 'never'
        'rarely' / 'usually')
        *(for example, 'or' / 'and' / 'never' / 'always' /
        'usually' / 'rarely')
        Opp Boolean must be opposite of Boolean in this case,
        so the Boolean operators cannot be neutral.

        Standard Categorical Deduction:
        'A conj B Neutral Boolean* C conj D'
        'A conj D Neutral Boolean* C conj B'
        Two deductions strictly in terms of A.
        Preference is given to the first and second terms.
        Otherwise determined.
        The second terms retain the same logic regardless of preference.
        A and C are opposite.
        B and D are opposite.
        Conjunction of terms is primary.
        *(for example 'is' , 'as is' , 'just as' , 'when' , 'so' )

        problem 'ABC...' --> solution 'oppA oppB oppC...'
        similar to 3-part deduction, except quantity of terms is explicitly flexible.
        again, accepts noun or adjective terms.
        in this case, conjunction of terms is secondary.

        Deduction Using Unconventional Opposites
        complexity/perfection/arbitration/ambiguity A --->
        perfection/complexity/ambiguity/arbitration opposite A
        This is a hand-holding version of categorical deduction
        in which specific less common comparisons are preferred
        for half of the deduction.
        E.g. A is equivalent here to B in standard deductions.
        Opposite A is equivalent to D in standard deductions.
        A selection is made between A and C, so B and D need
        not be selected again.