"When it comes to perpetual motion, people are saying it's human nature to think the impossible. But I solved all paradoxes!" ---Nathan Coppedge
“[Paroxysm: 2nd Formulation] Equated with the problem, while contesting the obvious. With a subtle problem, the solution must be obvious. This points towards the use of opposites.” ---Nathan Coppedge
"Panic is always good. We can live up to that ideal, even if it isn't understood." ---Nathan Coppedge
"Maybe cold is to the second dimension what heat is to the third dimension... what identity is to the first dimension. The physical patterns of the first three dimensions seem to shape a number '7' the last element being the short end, surrounded by a circle. The fourth dimension thus must ignore the first two dimensions unless it involves perspective. Cold is the paradoxical 'C'. Heat is excessive energy, which reduces to information. The fourth dimension involves paradoxical properties, the resolution of which is the expansion into many dimensions." ---Nathan Coppedge, Dimensional Physics Toolkit (some years away).
"One can't contradict desire with the will; but determinism is inherently contradictory." ---Nathan Coppedge
"I won't deny that fate is addictive, but I will deny that freedom is condemned." ---Nathan Coppedge
"Today we authenticate truth; tomorrow we will derivate infinity." ---Nathan Coppedge
" 'Infinitely strange' is the literal definition of the quantum loops some people are talking about. And, I think basically that doesn't view the whole picture. 'Infinitely strange' is just an idea about how to not infinitely follow the loop. We need to remember there might still be something missing from the picture. Even reality might change, particularly if we are regarding different aspects of it. Physics, like philosophy, should aspire to range over things unseen. Some of them determining known laws."
"I don't have a lot of faith, but I have some confidence" ---Nathan Coppedge, on the prospects of perpetual motion (2015).
"Identity is a great concept, but may in the end merely be an application for comprehending objects that exist in space. The objects vary so much that it is useless to call them just senses. Sometimes the objects are more real than the senses. Sometimes the sense comes from the object, and sometimes the sense IS the object." ---Nathan Coppedge, via Quora.
"Complexity is genuine nature. Perfection is genuine experience. Both are outside of development. Both are more universal than civilization." ---Nathan Coppedge, Spiritual Writings.
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