Monday, February 29, 2016

Profile Listed on Google for Some Users


This is approximately the second time my profile has been listed on Google. They tend to pick just one trait, and focus on the things that get media attention. But technically I'm more of a Quora writer than a poet in terms of views, and that concerns philosophy, perpetual motion, and physics (more perpetual motion).

Now a Top Writer in two new categories

QUORA.COM

Space-Time: https://www.quora.com/topic/Spacetime/writers

High-Dimensional Spaces: https://www.quora.com/topic/High-dimensional-spaces/writers


The Notorious Razor of Qualities was Invented Recently

"If there IS a standard, why does it have to be a standard of Science? Because science is objective? Then what if something else is objective? Because science is intelligent? Then what if something else is intelligent? Because science organizes information? What if something else organizes information? Because science serves human interest? What if something else serves human interests?"

 ---Nathan Coppedge

I think this has deep implications.


Sunday, February 28, 2016

I now have 9 rhyming magical rules, Hermione-style (nothing terribly perverse... they actually aim to have magical usefulness... better than average in this category)

Actually, up to fifteen now!

Link to the magical rules:
http://hypercubics.blogspot.com/2015/03/magical-rules.html


HOW TO BUILD A 100-DIMENSIONAL UNIVERSE


NOTE: I cannot answer in mathematical terms, but I can venture a physical and philosophical answer. The fifth dimension involves extension into and beyond 4-d. Thus, it involves not just the possibility, but the guarantee of two time dimensions. A general way to extend dimensions is to think first of possibility, and then in the next dimension as reality.

For example,

1-d sometimes exists.

2-d is virtual but always exists.

3-d exists and is never virtual and is not fully aware of time.

4-d exists and is never virtual and controls time.

5-d exists and is never virtual and controls time and potentially has two fundamental types of matter.

6-d exists and is never virtual and controls time and always has two fundamental types of matter.

7-d exists and is never virtual and controls time and always has two fundamental types of matter, and potentially has two concepts of time.

8-d exists and is never virtual and controls time and always has two fundamental  types of matter, and always has two concepts of time, and potentially has some other thing.

9-d exists and is never virtual and controls time and always has two fundamental types of matter, and always has two concepts of time, and always has some other thing.

10-d exists and is never virtual and controls time and potentially has three concepts of matter, and always has two concepts of time, and always has some other thing.

11-d exists and is never virtual and controls time and always has three concepts of matter, and always has two concepts of time, and always has some other thing.

12-d exists, and is never virtual and controls time and always has three concepts of matter, and sometimes has three concepts of time, and always has some other thing.

13-d exists, and is never virtual, and controls time, and always has three concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and always has some other thing.

14-d exists, and is never virtual, and controls time, and always has three concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and sometimes has two other things.

15-d exists, and is never virtual, and controls time, and always has three concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and always has two other things.

16-d might not exist, or is partly virtual, or partly chaotic, and always has three concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and always has two other things.

17-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has three concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and always has two other things.

18-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has three concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and sometimes has three other things.

19-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has three concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and always has three other things.

20-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has three concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and always has three other things, and sometimes has an additional power.

21-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has three concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and always has three other things, and always has an additional power.

22-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and sometimes has four concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and always has three other things, and always has an additional power.

23-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has four concepts of matter, and always has three concepts of time, and always has three other things, and always has an additional power.

24-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has four concepts of matter, and sometimes has four concepts of time, and always has three other things, and always has an additional power.

25-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has four concepts of matter, and always has four concepts of time, and always has three other things, and always has an additional power.

26-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has four concepts of matter, and always has four concepts of time, and sometimes has four other things, and always has an additional power.

27-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has four concepts of matter, and always has four concepts of time, and always has four other things, and always has an additional power.

28-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has four concepts of matter, and always has four concepts of time, and always has four other things, and sometimes has two additional powers.

29-d doesn't exist, or is virtual, or is chaotic, and always has four concepts of matter, and always has four concepts of time, and always has four other things, and always has two additional powers.

30-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has four concepts of matter, and always has four concepts of time, and always has four other things, and always has two additional powers.

31-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and sometimes has five concepts of matter, and always has four concepts of time, and always has four other things, and always has two additional powers.

32-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has five concepts of matter, and always has four concepts of time, and always has four other things, and always has two additional powers.

33-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has five concepts of matter, and sometimes has five concepts of time, and always has four other things, and always has two additional powers.

34-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has five concepts of matter, and always has five concepts of time, and sometimes has five other things, and always has two additional powers.

35-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has five concepts of matter, and always has five concepts of time, and always has five other things, and always has two additional powers.

36-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has five concepts of matter, and always has five concepts of time, and always has five other things, and sometimes has three additional powers.

37-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has five concepts of matter. and always has five concepts of time, and always has five other things, and always has three additional powers.

38-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and sometimes has six concepts of matter. and always has five concepts of time, and always has five other things, and always has three additional powers.

39-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has six concepts of matter, and always has five concepts of time, and always has five other things, and always has three additional powers.

40-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has six concepts of matter, and sometimes has six concepts of time, and always has five other things, and always has three additional powers.

41-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has six concepts of matter, and always has six concepts of time, and always has five other things, and always has three additional powers.

42-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has six concepts of matter, and always has six concepts of time, and sometimes has six other things, and always has three additional powers.

43-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has six concepts of matter, and always has six concepts of time, and always has six other things, and always has three additional powers.

44-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has six concepts of matter, and always has six concepts of time, and always has six other things, and sometimes has four additional powers.

45-d is an illusion, or composite, or mind, and always has six concepts of matter, and always has six concepts of time, and always has six other things, and always has four additional powers.

46-d is relative, and broken, and magical, and always has six concepts of matter, and always has six concepts of time, and always has six other things, and always has four additional powers.

47-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has six concepts of matter, and always has six concepts of time, and always has six other things, and always has four additional powers.

48-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and sometimes has seven concepts of matter, and always has six concepts of time, and always has six other things, and always has four additional powers.

49-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has seven concepts of matter, and always has six concepts of time, and always has six other things, and always has four additional powers.

50-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has seven concepts of matter, and sometimes has seven concepts of time, and always has six other things, and always has four additional powers.

51-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has seven concepts of matter, and always has seven concepts of time, and always has six other things, and always has four additional powers.

52-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has seven concepts of matter, and always has seven concepts of time, and sometimes has seven other things, and always has four additional powers.

53-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has seven concepts of matter, and always has seven concepts of time, and always has seven other things, and always has four additional powers.

54-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has seven concepts of matter, and always has seven concepts of time, and always has seven other things, and sometimes has five additional powers.

55-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has seven concepts of matter, and always has seven concepts of time, and always has seven other things, and always has five additional powers.

56-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and sometimes has eight concepts of matter, and always has seven concepts of time, and always has seven other things, and always has five additional powers.

57-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has eight concepts of matter, and always has seven concepts of time, and always has seven other things, and always has five additional powers.

58-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has eight concepts of matter, and sometimes has eight concepts of time, and always has seven other things, and always has five additional powers.

59-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has eight concepts of matter, and always has eight concepts of time, and always has seven other things, and always has five additional powers.

60-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has eight concepts of matter, and always has eight concepts of time, and sometimes has eight other things, and always has five additional powers.

61-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has eight concepts of matter, and always has eight concepts of time, and always has eight other things, and always has five additional powers.

62-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has eight concepts of matter, and always has eight concepts of time, and always has eight other things, and sometimes has six additional powers.

62-d is absolute, and undifferentiated, and universal, and always has eight concepts of matter, and always has eight concepts of time and always has eight other things, and always has six additional powers.

63-d is impermanent or finite or fatal, and always has eight concepts of matter, and always has eight concepts of time, and always has eight other things, and always has six additional powers.

64-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has eight concepts of matter, and always has eight concepts of time, and always has eight other things, and always has six additional powers.

65-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and sometimes has nine concepts of matter, and always has eight concepts of time, and always has eight other things, and always has six additional powers.

66-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has nine concepts of matter, and always has eight concepts of time, and always has eight other things, and always has six additional powers.

67-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has nine concepts of matter. and sometimes has nine concepts of time, and always has eight other things, and always has six additional powers.

68-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has nine concepts of matter, and always has nine concepts of time, and always has eight other things, and always has six additional powers.

69-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has nine concepts of matter, and always has nine concepts of time, and sometimes has nine other things, and always has six additional powers.

70-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has nine concepts of matter, and always has nine concepts of time, and always has nine other things, and always has six additional powers.

71-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has nine concepts of matter, and always has nine concepts of time, and always has nine other things, and sometimes has seven additional powers.

72-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has nine concepts of matter, and always has nine concepts of time, and always has nine other things, and always has seven additional powers.

73-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and sometimes has ten concepts of matter, and always has nine concepts of time, and always has nine other things, and always has seven additional powers.

74-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has ten concepts of matter, and always has nine concepts of time, and always has nine other things, and always has seven additional powers.

75-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has ten concepts of matter, and sometimes has ten concepts of time, and always has nine other things, and always has seven additional powers.

76-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has ten concepts of matter, and always has ten concepts of time, and always has nine other things, and always has seven additional powers.

77-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has ten concepts of matter, and always has ten concepts of time, and sometimes has ten other things, and always has seven additional powers.

78-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has ten concepts of matter, and always has ten concepts of time, and always has ten other things, and always has seven additional powers.

79-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has ten concepts of matter, and always has ten concepts of time, and always has ten other things, and sometimes has eight additional powers.

80-d is permanent, infinite, and eternal, and always has ten concepts of matter, and always has ten concepts of time and always has ten other things, and always has eight additional powers.

81-d is destruction, art, and purpose, and always has ten concepts of matter, and always has ten concepts of time, and always has ten other things, and always has eight additional powers.

82-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has ten concepts of matter, and always has ten concepts of time, and always has ten other things, and always has eight additional powers.

83-d is time, jest, and transformation, and sometimes has eleven concepts of matter, and always has ten concepts of time, and always has ten other things, and always has eight additional powers.

84-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has eleven concepts of matter, and always has ten concepts of time, and always has ten other things, and always has eight additional powers.

85-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has eleven concepts of matter, and sometimes has eleven concepts of time, and always has ten other things, and always has eight additional powers.

86-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has eleven concepts of matter, and always has eleven concepts of time, and always has ten other things, and always has eight additional powers.

87-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has eleven concepts of matter, and always has eleven concepts of time, and sometimes has eleven other things, and always has eight additional powers.

88-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has eleven concepts of matter, and always has eleven concepts of time, and always has eleven other things, and always has eight additional powers.

89-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has eleven concepts of matter, and always has eleven concepts of time, and always has eleven other things, and sometimes has nine additional powers.

90-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has eleven concepts of matter, and always has eleven concepts of time, and always has eleven other things, and always has nine additional powers.

91-d is time, jest, and transformation, and sometimes has twelve concepts of matter, and always has eleven concepts of time, and always has eleven other things, and always has nine additional powers.

92-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has twelve concepts of matter, and always has eleven concepts of time, and always has eleven other things, and always has nine additional powers.

93-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has twelve concepts of matter, and sometimes has twelve concepts of time, and always has eleven other things, and always has nine additional powers.

94-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has twelve concepts of matter, and always has twelve concepts of time, and sometimes has twelve other things, and always has nine additional powers.

95-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has twelve concepts of matter, and always has twelve concepts of time, and always has twelve other things, and always has nine additional powers.

96-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has twelve concepts of matter, and always has twelve concepts of time, and always has twelve other things, and sometimes has ten additional powers.

97-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has twelve concepts of matter, and always has twelve concepts of time, and always has twelve other things, and always has ten additional powers

98-d is time, jest, and transformation, and sometimes has thirteen concepts of matter, and always has twelve concepts of time, and always has twelve other things, and always has ten additional powers.

99-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has thirteen concepts of matter, and always has twelve concepts of time, and always has twelve other things, and always has ten additional powers.

100-d is time, jest, and transformation, and always has thirteen concepts of matter, and sometimes has thirteen concepts of time, and always has twelve other things, and always has ten additional powers.


Etc.


AFTERWORD
It is possible to conceive of other typological systems, however, in which these typological dimensions are not reached, or in which one characteristic, such as material complexity, time complexity, or sheer complexity develops quickly while other characteristics do not.
My conclusion for the fifth dimension based on the study of characteristic dimensions is that it objectively involves the most advanced conceivable concept of five properties (one for each dimension): (1) nature, (2) materials, (3) structure, (4) properties / culture, and (5) evolution. These are sort of the Qubits of 5-d space. And it can be added that 5-d may be a different spatial or metaphysical dimension, with the assumption that simpler experiences are analogous to Flatland, and that more advanced experiences can be approximated.



The above is also available as an academic article HERE: https://www.academia.edu/22558908/How_to_Build_a_100-Dimensional_Universe

HOLY DEDUCTION #4: DEMI-GODS

Step 1: God should exist.
Step 2: Humans need to be psychologically motivated about God.
Step 3: Humans, when they're motivated, are motivated over an infinite time.
Step 4: What would motivate humans is if they could become God, even over an infinite time, but no longer than infinity.
Step 5: The way humans become God is if they are demi-gods.
Step 6: If humans are becoming God over an infinite or less than infinite time, then some of them are in this process existing as demi-gods.
Relativism: same result, only blaming the demi-gods for not being God.

Friday, February 26, 2016

Made my day...

Chris Too Loose on whether thinking of alternatives to Aristotle's logic requires thinking outside the box... What a relief.... Someone agrees with me!

"Yes. Because Aristotle's ideals are already considered conventional. They are taught in every western philosophy and ethics class. To learn what is already conventional, is thinking inside the box... Because the ideals and concept has already been put forth. Thinking outside the box is looking outside the paradigm of what already exists... Looking past what already exists essentially means to you look within yourself and think of something new. It could be anything... But if you can think it and put it forth into the world then that's an example of thinking outside the box.
https://www.quora.com/If-we-want-a-logic-that-isnt-Aristotelian-do-we-have-to-think-outside-the-box/answer/Chris-Too-Loose

Also, Ana Nova on whether it might be possible to create a new Cubism... Also in agreement...

"Art forms and technics will always continue their transformations, so I am certain, that we will see an outstanding examples of new cubism forms and original modifications, that is what exactly keeps imagination alive." https://www.quora.com/Will-there-ever-be-another-Cubism/answer/Ana-Nova-5?__snids__=1580248095&__nsrc__=2

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOUL OF NATHAN COPPEDGE

In roughly chronological order:

1 - 8 years old. Interpreting the Taken-for-granted.

I had the theory that wisdom follows from observing the obvious with great perception. Through this technique, the less obvious becomes evident. For if nothing is observed, nothing can be perceived.

9 years old - 18 years old. Age before Youth: Principle of Wisdom.

At the Age of 9, I vowed to become immortal. My principle was to sacrifice my beauty for practicality. If I once suffered and felt old, in the future must lie youth and pleasure.

19 - 23 years old. Double-Black Shirt.

In my late teens and early twenties I thought of myself as having my own belt system. It was always about intellectualism, and never involved wearing a belt. If I could just be exempt from karate, that was worth some points. I gave my white belt away, and focused on spiritual ascendence. The distracted method seeemd largely productive.

24 years old. Theological Machine: God from Engineering.

In 2006 I thought of the Tilt Motor, which I felt could solve the world's energy problem. It was not just a machine, but a surrogate for God's corpse. This, I argued, was significant for history. Nietzsche was one big process of ignoring some fundamental detail. In this case, perpetual motion.

24 - 27 years old. Time-Traveling Karma.

After I designed perpetual motion I began to time-travel. I traveled five or six times, one time aided by an avatar of Jesus. I used my travel experiences to help Barack Obama become president. I also collected what information I could about classical immortal knowledge--- knowledge which might exist 'outside of time'.

28 - 31 years old. The God Project.

I had an unusual reflection with Jonathon (non-sic) Keats, who was developing projects to sell higher-dimensional real estate (an avant-garde project) and to find God's DNA. My own contribution, which I did not directly share with Jonathon, was to develop the nascient field of Omni-Science, in other words, objective knowledge on all subjects.

32 years old. Solution to All Paradoxes: Luminescence.

The next year, in 2013 - 2014 I found what I felt was a solution to all paradoxes. This had the effect of officiating (from my own perspective) my status as an intellectual. For the first time my un-assigned papers were being read by academics.

32 - 33 years old. Dimensional Religion.

I began a project called The Spiritual Writings between 2014 and 2016, recording videos of my guru-like lectures on dimensional religion. This was the start of something new and original: beliefs collected by a presumed mortal from the obscure corners of Omni-Science. An aesthetic and logical spiritual movement which encouraged moderate pleasure and the ethical combination of perfect complexity.

32 -33 years old. The Metaphysical Art.

I wrote a series of important writings called The Metaphysical Art, establishing for the first time a transcendent relationship between metaphysics and ritualized behavior in the world. I even made it into a screenplay, hoping to sell it to TV viewers.

33 years old. The Categorischte.

As my knowledge of dimensions grew with the experience of answering questions on the internet, I hit upon numerous solutions to metaphysical problems. I explained the current existence as the 3.5 dimension, wrote numerous writings giving lists of meaningful categories (such as 78 Binary Laws and 6 Theories of Metaphysics), and established a connection with the method of Principle-Puzzles between the method of Omni-Science called categorical deduction and 4-dimensional metaphysics. Then I hit upon further insights that I published in The Metaphysical Critique.

THE METAPHYSICAL CRITIQUE (Hyper-Criticism)

AcademicRoom (unlike Academia.edu) is once again down for technical maintenance. So, here is another significant paper that may not be available on your favorite site.

THE METAPHYSICAL CRITIQUE


Analyzing specific details, it is possible to reach the idea that an entire context is compromised.

What if, for example, fourth-dimensional firefighters are the only intellectuals in that world?

Surprising though this assumption seems, it seems to follow from these further details:

*A wider variety of phenomena exist in the 4-d world.

*Many of these phenomena exist in isometric space (condensed information).

*The properties that are harmful for these objects and persons would be more various.

*The 'firefighters' would have to know about isometric space.

*The firefighters would be the only ones who would need to be experts in isometric space.

*The firefighters would also serve the role of therapists and whores, because of their expertise, and the wide array of phenomena they deal with.

Additionally, what might be said about the connection between the 3-d and 4-d is that the difference, the key difference in dimensions is not just time, but the presence or absence of isometric space.

This follows from the idea that more phenomena exist in the 4th dimension, which requires an isometric lattice to support condensed information.

Thus, in an advanced interpretation, the biggest critique of 3-d physics is that Einstein's relativity is in fact an idea of 4-d isometric space in which within the 3-d various forms of information are failing.

For example, string theory may be attempting to 'put out' the sun.

Black holes may represent Aristotle's anger, amounting to a lack of categorical representation in physics, i.e. the idea that nothing can be contained by matter, because matter does not contain categories.

Gravity waves, which were recently discovered, may be an attempt to develop a lattice between failed information (black holes) and relevant information (the life of the observer and the institution of physics, and by extension isometry).

It significantly happens that the new discipline of Omni-Science called categorical deduction is largely isometric.


TWO INTERPRETATIONS OF REASON

AcademicRoom (as opposed to Academia.edu) is not functioning today. So, to vent my frustration I am posting my recent paper here instead.

TWO INTERPRETATIONS OF REASON

I will begin with a description of what I mean by the development of reason. In this process, I will develop four categories, and relate how the descriptions imply two interpretations: one forwards, and another backwards. I will then explain the apparent paradox involved in this reason, and finally suggest a general method used in arriving at this useful double-comparison.

(1) Deux Interpretationes

What we know as reason is potentially just one stage of reason. I arrived at this idea by considering the question of: ‘What measures reason?’ And I thought, from a coherent perspective, the only thing that could measure reason was something outside of reason. And there could be nothing outside of reason except madness. But this raised a further question of ‘What is outside of madness?’And I thought this too could be solvable. The most obvious answer I could find was ‘Sanity’. Thus far three categories. Now, to round it out I attempted to add a fourth, responding to madness just as sanity responded to reason. And my answer for the fourth category was ‘Creativity’.

In this way, creativity became the ultimate bound of madness, just as sanity became the ultimate bound of reason.

The Four Categories are:

(1) Reason
(2) Madness
(3) Sanity
(4) Creativity

Now, developmentally, there are two interpretations (‘Deux Interpretationes’). One is that reason progresses into creativity. The other is the reverse: that creativity develops into reason. The distinction is important, because the difference developmentally seems to imply a priority for one or the other concept, or a reliance on either sanity or madness as a secondary runner-up concept.

So, now we have a second interpretation:

(1) Creativity
(2) Sanity
(3) Madness
(4) Reason

The second interpretation seems to put the emphasis on reason, but begins with creativity. The first interpretation puts the emphasis on creativity, but begins with reason.


(2) Paradox

Now, it may be further noted that reason appears to express the ‘ultimate’ embodiment of this set of data. In other words, all of the types are in some sense attempts at reason. Or, at least, reason is the simplest definition to use in place of any of the four, interpreted as I have interpreted them as translations of reason originally. However, in a similar way, creativity may be called an ‘empirical’ embodiment of the set of data.

Therefore, there is a conflict between the ultimate and the empirical, which amounts to a paradox. For, although the two concepts appear similar, the context places them separately as opposite alternatives. The choice appears to be between the two, even though they are the same.

If we are to prefer the empirical, we are left with creativity and abstract reason. If we choose the ultimate, we are left with nominalism, and end up groping for creativity to solve its significance.


(3) A General Method Derived from the Investigation

What may be called the ING Method may be derived most simply from the consideration of a set which reverses order, in which a double-horned dilemma emerges. The solution is always a choice between ultimates, and the ultimates are further made ambiguous by the ambiguous size of the set. Thus, there is a kind of criss-crossing between degrees of each extreme, and its relation to the central interpretation (a paradox).

ING may stand for ‘Inverse Negative Grouping’.

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PREMIER PHILOSOPHICAL RESEARCH PART 4: DIMENSIONS AND FOOD

The development / evolution, of:

Food.

Philosophy food: food for life, food for mind.

(Contradiction: evolving food.
Maybe evolving food is stupid food.
Maybe food is just medicine. Else:).

Smart food requires construction (dimensions).

Construction should involve management of dimensions.


Link to Quotes from Late February

(Now with a link to Poemhunter)

http://hypercubics.blogspot.com/2016/02/quotes-late-february-2016.html


"INTERMEDIATE" IMMORTAL TRANSCENDENCE

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Madness.

Knowledge.

Sanity.

God is a rapist.

God might say children are liars.

A woman has a weapon.

Maybe we're not even naked.

Everyone looks the same.

Maybe I'm Chinese.

Brilliant idea.

Moment in the sun.

Fornication.

Philosophy. Dead end.

Viewing destruction.

The highway.

Meeting in the forest.

The River of Life.

Urban noises. Something happens.

An experiment.

A political victory.

Enchantment.

Anti-strophe or catharsis.

Marginalia. Decorations.

Nostalgia.

Cause celebre.

A quiet moment.

Light.

Perturbation.

Nature.

Monday, February 22, 2016

Root for me!

Rated 12th for Space-time on Quora.com:


Holy Deduction #3

This universe.

How simpletonian is it?

It's like three squares!

I can draw three squares! At least I think I can!

In a way it might be more interesting if I couldn't!

Ouch!

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Perpetual Motion Stock Market Prediction #15 (Broad Predictions)

















Dow Stocks since 1935.

Given this set of data, it would be hard to predict less than status quo in the next 17 years. It might be equally probable to see 200% growth on current numbers.

This puts the probability of perpetual motion in the next 17 years at approximately 78% in terms of stocks.

Obviously, the computers should be information-focused, and given what I know, they should focus on conservative risks that pay off big. These are outlier data points that are not considered in conventional equations. Black swan gold mines that don't sap investors. Secret capital investments that come across as revelations when they are revealed.

I don't mean to sound like a madman. The economy is predicted to stay constant 2/9ths of the time, or rise by some amount 7/9ths of the time.

And beyond the 18,000s I predict that perpetual motion will eventually be invented.

It has been crossed before, so the ribbon has been cut, so to speak.

What is all this concrete aspiration (trillions of dollars) for, if not some new discovery?

Recent additions to Systems Theory

[Links:]

Alchemy Levels

Hyper-Landscapes

Planar Transcendence

Original Geography


The Follies and Virtues of Alchemy



This is inspired by the discovery of some writings about "The Revelation of the True Chemical Wisdom" written originally by someone who purportedly lived 400 - 600 years.

The link is here: http://rexresearch.com/alchemy3/gualdus.htm

He appears to provide a variety of typical insights on longevity, then mentions how to make an elixir from 'Air-Salt', a suspicious substance that is not defined anywhere. Best knowledge might be that the treatise and included 'letters' are a later fabrication, as they are so similar to so many other materials that supposedly date from that time period.

Anyway, inspired by that material, I have decided to write the follies and virtues of alchemy once and for all:

Follies

1. To assume that there is a spiritual aim that can be reached.
2. To think that a visible result in chemistry is a good thing.
3. To remain ignorant of the true chemical properties of the substances one might consume.
4. To arbitrarily declare victory, when the spiritual aim is a confabulation.


Virtues

1. To find higher purpose in some but not all objects.
2. To find meaning in critical examination.
3. To seek the virtue within the materials.
4. To engage in a personally meaningful process.


But, superstition aside, it is clear that what the alchemist aims at is something different than what materials science would suggest. So, what is it, a spiritual fabrication?

Much can be learned from the idea that alchemists don't get real results. Mercury? Lead? Please, they're poisonous!

However, that is not to say that special materials cannot have great ritual meaning within a life.

I myself have tasted Aqua Purae, and it is no ordinary water! Pure water is something that everyone should desire, and it is no longer available at the supermarket!

So, there is a virtue for alchemy after all! Having discernment about the highest qualities of existence!

Therefore, it is only in the privileged existence that alchemy holds sway!

When you lose the privilege, you lose the value of alchemy.

So, try things like not masturbating, or drinking the purest water you can find. Or putting real gold or silver next to your quartz or lapis lazuli crystals. Something might result! Slight improvements, or a sense of having a superstitious privilege! A slight gain in complexity!

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Views to Perpetual Motion Experiment Videos



VIDEOS

Successful  Over-Unity Experiment 1

Master Angle

Over-Unity Lever 2

2576 + 4,816 = 7392 views to successful over-unity experiment 1

1,738 + 419 = 2157 views to Master Angle video

589 + 24 = 613 views to over-unity lever 2

Total = 10,162 views to the three videos.

Good!

(Views include YoutTube and AcademicRoom.com for those individual videos only)


Thanks to Paper.Li for once again listing one of my news items...


http://paper.li/GodOfNothingNow/1305796170?edition_id=132fbdc0-d6c7-11e5-8edf-0cc47a0d15fd


Friday, February 19, 2016

Systems Theory


My excellent systems page: http://www.nathancoppedge.com/systems.html


Forthcoming book on Systems Theory (Coppedge), containing all the systems found on the page.

It is available NOW!

http://www.amazon.com/Systems-Theory-Formal--applied--rubric-/dp/153316858X/


Thursday, February 18, 2016

Around 20 views / day to my top 3 website pages...

That's compared with hundreds to thousands a day at Quora, and about a hundred at the blog.

I need to improve traffic conversion!

Visit my website (the error page links to a tablet compatible version):

http://www.nathancoppedge.com

NATHAN COPPEDGE! YES! VISIT HIS WEBPAGE!

Quotes Late February 2016

"The real 4th dimension is the 4th dimension in four degrees." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"Manifestation is what measures the fourth dimension." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"When we get what we want, that is free will. When we do everything, that is determinism." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"The biggest ideas survive because they were well-adapted to the environment in which they were found, and the best relationships work because they are overpowered." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"The basic conflicts in society are at war with the basic capacity for realization. Arguably, evolution takes place when conflict and realization are reconciled." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"First the point is nothing, then the point is something… Each person is god of themselves…"
---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"Socratic insight: Every assumption is wrong in some way. We act creatively to interpret any one thing, then we are somewhere else!" ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"Panic without ownership is sanity. Weakness is the enemy of obsession."  ---original sanity concept by Jennifer F. additional material by Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"A robot says: information is one of the forms of epiphany. Pain is information failure." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016.

"[Observing a devil-worshiper's sign at the bus-stop:] The thing about devil worship is its only technical from the inside. With enough experience, you know its unattractive. Other than that, it has no definite properties. This is what I observe from a purely objective standpoint." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"The only objectivity in art is symbolism" ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"It is the universal nature to create nature (design interface); after creation, nature has variation (dimensional nature)." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"If there IS a standard, why does it have to be a standard of Science? Because science is objective? Then what if something else is objective? Because science is intelligent? Then what if something else is intelligent? Because science organizes information? What if something else organizes information? Because science serves human interest? What if something else serves human interests?" ---Nathan Coppedge

MORE QUOTES:
http://www.poemhunter.com/quotations/famous.asp?people=Nathan%20Coppedge



Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Possible (?) Perpetual Motion Machine (Found on Youtube)


What seems to be an exceptional device based on equilibrium, but who knows...

I give this guy credit for building something that looks somewhat like it works...

Maybe it does?

My own excellent experiments can be found on Youtube by searching for 'successful over-unity experiment' and clicking on my name ('Nathan Coppedge') in the first video.


Tuesday, February 16, 2016

NATHAN COPPEDGE MEETS "THE CLEVEREST MAN" [short story from real life]


We were on the beach at Westville, where my step-mother's mother used to live.
While we were navigating the rocks, a vision appeared on the horizon.
A vision of a man walking, and laughing.
"I bet you don't know what my secret is?" He said.
What it appeared to be was a fly-wheel, with a listening box underneath.
The flywheel appeared to be in motion!
I analyzed it. Then I listed to it.
"It's a fabled perpetual motion machine!" I said.
"That's right!" he said. "But you still don't know my secret!" he said.
So I busted it on the sidewalk!
Inside, I found:
A plastic disk designed to look like a flywheel in motion!
And, a miniature conch shell, designed to create the sound of the flywheel!
"Now, you pay me for that!" he said.
I instinctively leapt away.

Not-If-But-When Machine Iteration 2: For anyone's records

The Not-If-But-When Machine Iteration 2 is designed to minimize the number of modules while making construction of a perpetual motion machine relatively easy. I welcome designers and proof theorists to establish more evidence for this design in the future!

Monday, February 15, 2016

What is the proof of the existence of the space-time fabric? Dmitry Popov answers, so clarifying: (What am I missing about dimensions / space-time?)

Dmitry Popov, via Quora.com:
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-proof-of-the-existence-of-space-time-fabric

"It's not a fabric. Space-time as it's used in general relativity theory is just a mathematical construct. You take 4 coordinates, define some functions on them, then some more functions and transformations, add some salt, pepper and known old laws of physics, and end up with equations that turn out to describe our world well. But it was all just math all the way. It doesn't say there is some actual space-time fabric. It just says if you apply these and these math rules to compute distances at different points you get these results."

So clarifying! Space can be multi-dimensional!

Dimensional Psychological Development: 3.5th dimension


To feel good, even if the objects in front of me don't appear good.

To keep a schedule, not just of times, but of places and things.

To focus on what matters, and my own mind.

To remain captivated with wisdom and cleverness.

To make arrangements for metaphysical success, rather than failure.

To engage in visionary rituals as a way of having experiences.

To write what matters, without losing health.

To know high-minded things like psychology and love.

To go adventuring when I'm bored, with a mystical mentality.

To have access to higher dimensions where boredom and death are impossible.

To know proverbs and symbolism and other high-minded languages.

To engage in emotional repartee with objects and sensations to improve my mind.

To know occasional gratification or other means of satisfaction.

To live in a good place for a good time.

To test impossibility for the improvement of the world.

To grow complex and various in my mental composure.

To now and then be surprised by some genius, such as a child or juggler.

To know deepness and mystery without experiencing unrecoverable tragedy.

To live to at least 66 if I am a genius, and 777 if I am an enchanter.

To know life in its variations without suffering.


How to make 3-d life seem insignificant (particularly in the Information Age)


"Information is one of the forms of epiphany".

This may suggest that life is missing some of its dimensions,
dimensions that were present to the medievals or ancients.

LINK TO QUOTES FROM EARLY FEBRUARY


http://hypercubics.blogspot.com/2016/02/quotes-early-february-2016.html


(If you click, it includes link to Poemhunter page).



Sunday, February 14, 2016

Perpetual Motion Stock Market Prediction #14

15,973.84 Up 313.66(2.00%) (Feb 12)

Stocks are in the 15,000s, which I consider to be a sign of struggle at a price. This is a paradigm set by Detroit, Dell, Microsoft, etc. --- hard players that know how to win when the going gets tough (Update: Dell didn't close afterall, so it's still in play).

Overall, the numbers show optimism about immortality, which may reflect recent news stories such as Swords to Plowshares that indicate progress in perpetual motion, or leader confidence in that area.

While the A.I.s are growing suspicious, there is a chance to make good on conventional values like the aforementioned Detroit, Dell, and Microsoft.

Microsoft has the advantage that typically it takes conservative advantage of new opportunities, and handles the 15,000s well, as this was the climate it was accustomed to in the 1990's.

Reading the numbers for divinatory clues, the overall numbers rather than the difference from previous numbers reads: AEIGCHD, suggesting focus on super-corporations, digital products, and arts and entertainment.

15,000s are tough for perpetual motion, but have a lot of American potential (the 'pull-through' mentality). This is a section where the middle class suffers, and the upper class grows, unlike the 18000s, where the upper class narrows but a few people become super-wealthy. So, it is good news for business growth, if what is meant by growth is money in the pockets of a growing upper class.

I predict a few spot-on innovations in the coming months, and perhaps even a social shift towards more indulgence with the effect of burdening health care and raising insurance premiums.

Paradoxically, times like this are not so bad for the lower classes, as there is intense pressure to put in welfare reforms. That spells success for the democratic race, which in turn means that there will be opportunities for radical innovations eventually.

Expect a change of mentality soon, and a variety of handouts.

Optimistic, but much depends on perpetual motion.

I also predict a role for the sciences within the 15,000s, perhaps more of a role than before if you really consider the numbers. This too may be a sign of perpetual motion that has already happened.

In that case, perhaps what we are seeing is the biggest government economic cover-up in history, as politicians and corporate leaders make a greedy gamble to prevent hyper-inflation and civil unrest.

The leaders seem to be masters enough to prevent these boogeymen from happening.

But what it means for perpetual motion is not at all clear.

What IS clear to me, is that unless America wants to stay in the 17000s and below indefinitely, perpetual motion should be considered as the primary option. Even if it IS a cover-up.

The "Big 5" personality traits according to psychologists, and according to me

These are the Big 5 personality traits according to psychologists (I will add mine later on...)

1. Extroversion:

Extroversion is characterized by excitability, sociability, talkativeness, assertiveness and high amounts of emotional expressiveness. People who are high in extroversion are outgoing and tend to gain energy in social situations. People who are low in extroversion (or introverted) tend to be more reserved and have to expend energy in social settings.

2. Agreeableness:

This personality dimension includes attributes such as trust, altruism, kindness, affection and otherprosocial behaviors. People who are high in agreeableness tend to be more cooperative while those low in this trait tend to be more competitive and even manipulative.

3. Conscientiousness:

Standard features of this dimension include high levels of thoughtfulness, with good impulse control and goal-directed behaviors. Those high on conscientiousness tend to be organized and mindful of details.

4. Neuroticism:

Neuroticism is a trait characterized by sadness, moodiness and emotional instability. Individuals who are high in this trait tend to experience mood swings, anxiety, moodiness, irritability and sadness. Those low in this trait tend to be more stable and emotionally resilient.

5. Openness:

This trait features characteristics such as imagination and insight, and those high in this trait also tend to have a broad range of interests. People who are high in this trait tend to be more adventurous and creative. People low in this trait are often much more traditional and may struggle with abstract thinking.
On a ten point scale, I give myself:
1 / 10 Extroversion. I'm almost 100% introvert according to Meyers-Briggs (at least in high school).
5.5 / 10 Agreeableness. I will avoid conflicts on trips, but I'm not exactly an ebullient personality.
7 / 10 Conscientiousness. I'm naturally a conscientious person, but my schizophrenia makes me lack some of the traits like 100% organization and 100% good will. Sometimes I think that if I were a wizard I'd be on the very good side of neutral, rather than the lawful good. But a witch once told me I had the darkest aura she had ever seen. So, apparently, I'm all over the board. For some reason my specific parents instilled in me a strong sense of lawful goodness that I appreciate a lot.
6 / 10 Neuroticism because I'm schizophrenic, although remarkably rational (I think). I can resist banging my head against a wall virtually all the time.
8 / 10 for Openness. I'm very open to new ideas, creative, and with a broad range of interests. However, I'm not as adventure-loving as some people (maybe its my age of 33), and am not always thought of as a creative personality. I argue that some creative personalities are not in fact creative, but that's probably not completely true. The real examples are real examples, but sometimes people are mistaken on who they are. I give myself a lot of points for artistic genius (people compliment me all the time), but I admit I'm not as productive as some professional artists.

My "Big 5" Realist Personality Assessment:

1. Empathy.

2. Fear.

3. Indulgence.

4. Expressiveness.

5. Bitterness.


I give myself the following points in this system:

6 / 10 empathy, I used to be a 7 / 10 at least towards babies. Now my heart feels sort of cold. Neuroticism has contributed to this. But I keep a stuffed animal for company, that I love a lot. I cried when I saw the movie where an actor playing Van Gogh visits his own artwork in a museum. Sort of selfish, but loving, is how I've become.

7 / 10 fear. I'm paranoid, but I see all of my fears as being irrational. It's under control with medication. I don't have many delusions about the world, except that I have no way of judging how sane our world leaders are. I guess they're super-sane, but there are still risks (which might just be horrible temptations to them) so I'm not very neurotic that way. But I still have irrational fears that I put in a different box than the rest of my life.

6/10 indulgence. I don't have sex, but I do eat chocolate frequently. I have cut out most of the meat and soda.

2.5 / 10 expressiveness. I look more expressive with a beard, if that gives you any idea. I have been told I have poor affect, like it's a disease. I think it's just limited personality. People with a lot of personality take it for granted, and think it's normal. But some people just don't have personality. I'm one of them. I'm all about influence, 0 about people who don't have influence. You could say this is neurotic, but I'm an introvert, so influence means something very different to me. It's about the capacity for significance, written and symbolic significance. Sometimes I think all expression should be done with the soul. So, I have a spiritual outlook on expression. I expect people to be telepathic, and also moderately intuitive. And yet, my perceptions are largely a view of the physical world. This leads to frustrations.

6 / 10 bitterness. My life is bittersweet in a kind of superficial way. I indulge emotional bitterness as a way of having a hard edge in my life. Bitterness, like chocolate or irony is an important intellectual tool that prevents embarrassment from creeping in. But, it could be that I'm a very sweet person in a very bitter place in my whole existence, and my life is really sweet compared to many things I find around me. The average old woman looks at least two shades more bitter than me, but this could be an illusion.

SWORDS TO PLOWSHARES IN REAL LIFE! {secret sign of progress in perpetual motion}

Via Yahoo News---

Russian scientists are planning to tweak their ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missiles) totarget near-earth objects (NEOs), according to a report by news agency TASS. The news came from Sabit Saitgarayev, the leading researcher at the Makeyev Rocket Design Bureau. The projectiles could be aimed at meteorites measuring 20-50 meters in size.  A meteorite is a chunk of debris that can originate from a sun-orbiting asteroid and survives the trip through the atmosphere to reach Earth’s surface.
The scientists plan to test their missiles on the asteroid 99942 Apophis, which Saitgarayev believes may pass “dangerously close” to Earth in 2036. There is a general consensus as to this expected close encounter, though NASA has “effectively ruled outthe possibility” of an impact.
The lead scientist explains the reasoning behind his team’s work. “Most rockets work on boiling fuel,” Saitgarayev says. “Their fueling begins 10 days before the launch and, therefore, they are unfit for destroying meteorites similar to the Chelyabinsk meteorite in diameter, which are detected several hours before coming close to the Earth. For this purpose, intercontinental ballistic missiles can be used, which requires their upgrade.”
Saitgarayev says that modifying the solid-fueled ICBMs will require several million dollars and permission from the authorities. These are weapons of war, after all. It is unclear whether or not this project will ever come to fruition, though the work has already begun.

Friday, February 12, 2016

This may be a happy story, but it's the saddest thing I've noticed on the Internet recently...


Notice, almost ALL of her 98.8K views come from a single post she made, and the title of that post is: "WHAT DOES IT FEEL LIKE TO THINK YOU'RE PHYSICALLY ATTRACTIVE, YET HAVE POOR SUCCESS WITH DATING?"

WOW!

(Maybe that shows she fits that category. Her name is Rebecca Robinson. Maybe she needs curse removal, as the above image looks like a 'cow' which is frequently a symbol of unattractive females. Or maybe she needs to count her blessings).



Wednesday, February 10, 2016

COPPEDGE’S CRUX (A MORAL QUANDARY AND THE SOLUTIONS)

Numerous themes have plagued morality, not least of which is the philosophical problem of evil: ‘Why does it exist?’ ‘Would an omni-benevolent God permit evil at all?’ and ‘How does a good person separate himself from all of the evil that takes place in the world?’ ‘Why is the war burden of statehood not commutative with citizenship?’ At the crux of the morality is a crux I will call Coppedge’s Crux, because I think I invented it: which is that, if we cannot be compelled to resist sheerly arbitrary evil, then where is the standard for resisting all other types of evil? If evil is not arbitrary, does this mean it has a rational significance? But if it is arbitrarily defined, then where is our means to defend against it? Apparently, if evil is either arbitrary or non-arbitrary, either evil must be pre-determined or in other-wise determined, or else it must have no definite meaning! Solving this problem, as the name suggests, might be at the crux of ethics. And, one solution is that everything good must be in some way meaningful, and, in a slightly Utilitarian way, what is bad must in some way amount to the most-meaningless-events-for-the-most-people. If this is the case, then many forms of negative behavior must be frowned on. But, what defines that something meaningful for one person must be preferred, if it is meaningless for other people? This leads to what has been called ‘the subjective problem of Hitler’ which is also at the crux of ethics. Apparently, if one person actually IS more meaningful than a lot of other people, even for very absurd reasons, then that person could gain more influence. The answer may be to define meaning in absolute terms, so that the POTENTIAL meanings incorporated in other lives are not lost or compromised. We cannot sacrifice potential meanings for any form of actual meaning. In that case, there is a principle of goodwill to tread lightly on others’ sense of significance, and it is only through overblown polemicism that this 'treading lightly’ is not itself conducive to significance. If, in an exceptional case, 'overblown polemicism’ becomes highly significant (say, post-modernism as opposed to Fascism), then this should be viewed with the eye of a doctor to eliminate the new, perhaps universalized constraints being placed on human creativity. Beyond that, there is also something to be said for practicality and cultured wisdom. But the crux of Coppedge appears to be resolved (1) by the insistence on human significance, and (2) not sacrificing potential meanings for actual meanings. Ironically, in this case, it appears that moral ambiguity should not be replaced with immoral ambiguity, but with creative arbitration in which each person holds an independent and autonomous authority.

Monday, February 8, 2016

God may have said, "It's the biggest deal since Saturday."

Average Joe may have said,

"It's the biggest deal since Satan."

Since God and the devil are in agreement,

Let's do this thing:

Invent perpetual motion!

The universe's office of requiry:::

1. Standards for everything.

2. Pleasurable.

3. Interesting.

4. Something to do with evocation.


Sunday, February 7, 2016

I took a spatial reasoning test...

'Flawless Spatial Reasoning'


"Congratulations! You're in the top percentile for spatial reasoning! You're practically flawless at recognizing complex spatial and temporal patterns that even some geniuses weren't able to figure out on the toughest IQ tests! Your attention to detail allows the logic side of your brain hone in on small changes and ultimately allows you to figure out the most difficult spatial awareness problems. Your score on these kinds of questions indicate that you'd be an asset to any military or scientific pursuit that involves key natural analytical skills that could never be taught in engineering schools."


Take the test yourself at: http://www.higherperspectives.com/spatial-reasoning-quiz-1589527865.html


Saturday, February 6, 2016

About Perpetual Motion

In the case of a perpetual motion machine, the point is typically not to gain altitude for the whole machine. However, 'free' altitude can be gained in some specific situations in which the rising portion of the weight has reduced resistance (such as by being positioned on a very slight slope), and when the counter-balance of this mass moves a smaller distance. Additionally, specific aspects must be arranged so that the smaller mass has advantage to repeat the cycle through operation of leverage or some other (?) principle, thus placing considerable restraint on the exact design. Sometimes the entire advantage might take place through having sufficient counterbalance to raise the weight to a position in which it can be unsupported. Another entire example is if dominoes don't have to be reset. In that case, enough units must take place in the correct arrangement of pulleys and with the right proportions to permit not only continuation between one unit and the next, but the entire cycle of all units, at any altitude that has gravity.

More at my website at: http://www.nathancoppedge.com/Generato.html 


Thursday, February 4, 2016

Is this a joke? The Coppedge Curve


This may be a joke. But if you can think of new words for about an hour, you can get results like this on Farlex / The Free Dictionary:


























The profile may be found at: http://secure.thefreedictionary.com/user/Nathan_Coppedge

I've Crossed 100,000 Views on Quora.com!

Profile: https://www.quora.com/profile/Nathan-Coppedge




PHYSICS QUOTE

"If the universe has quantum properties like the atom, then black holes may exhibit entanglement through mass the way atoms exhibit entanglement through space. The result would be a quantum explanation of black holes. Essentially, black holes are entangled with wormholes as Einstein predicted. But, unlike Einstein's prediction, I predict that wormholes are the size of the universe. The wormhole expresses the limit of the universe: its impossibility. Thus, black matter is quantum impossibility. But it is also entangled WITH impossibility. In a sense, wormholes ARE determinism. Therefore, black holes are 'super-determined'." ---Nathan Coppedge


Wednesday, February 3, 2016

32 views in 28 days!

So, my Over-Unity Story video IS OVER-UNITY!


QUOTES EARLY FEBRUARY 2016


"An experience of the soul is like an expression of the soul". ---Nathan Coppedge.

"Here is the new paradigm: beauty is nature, cities are culture". ---Nathan Coppedge, Febr 2016.

"The more you understand Terrapin's dictionary, they more you understand language. And the more you understand language, the more you understand everything!" ---Nathan Coppedge, Febr 2016.

"So much is just enjoyment and the ability to enjoy oneself". ---Nathan Coppedge, Febr 2016.

"The limit of power is the limit of definition." ---Nathan Coppedge, Jan - Febr 2016.

"However, it is my stipulation that IF the device did not have to be reset, with every element of the apparatus maintaining the same average altitude, then if it is a perpetual motion machine, it is a perpetual motion machine!" ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"I need to stop thinking that random, miscellanous things are helpful. Artful things are not always healthy. Who really ever gained immortality from a garnish?" ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016

"America needs to preserve the moral pedants. Preserving the moral pedants preserves morality.
In the future, there will be systems and a religion, but no morality. The pedants will succeed to build a system and a religion, but no laws. Eventually, the law as we know it will be gone. There will be no law, only order."

"The absurd greatness of existence is one matter, and arriving at a rational explanation is another."


"This may be a minor proof, but it is certain that altitude can be gained, because the marble gains altitude, and when it loses altitude, the lever is able to lift itself again once the marble is off of it. In simple terms: free energy." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016


"[T]here is a difference between good theories being wrong, and people and bad theories being wrong." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016


"I'm of the historical persuasion that Newton is the ultimate authority on Newtonian physics, even if he died. So, if Newton did not outright deny perpetual motion machines with total explicitness, then in my view Newtonian Mechanics might have loopholes." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016


"There is no such thing as total lack of purpose. There is no point in perceiving something that is not justified either by a power, or by a person: by a dimension, or by our experience of those dimensions. Therefore, when we don't observe something, it means we haven't observed everything. What we haven't observed must be either lower or higher dimensions, or else the physical or spiritual potential of our own world in front of our eyes. The same may be true with reincarnations in the future and the past. If one life is not satisfying, it will find purpose somewhere else." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016


"If there's something to learn from history, it's that many of our suspicions are confirmed, usually after a long delay." ---Nathan Coppedge, Feb 2016


MORE QUOTES: http://www.poemhunter.com/quotations/famous.asp?people=Nathan%20Coppedge


Monday, February 1, 2016

ENCOURAGEMENT


Using 'expressive' as a verb!

Expressive You!
Expressive You!

Expressive You!
Expressive You!

(What you get from studying semantics and not drinking espressos)

Video is Gaining Strength

340 views to over-unity lever 2 in the last 28 days!

That's about 12 views a day on one video. Formerly I was doing poorly on Youtube (some of my Spiritual Writings Videos have only 7 total views to date).

I give myself an award of (qualified) |[Better score than before!]|

Oh, here is the video by the way! It's sort of exciting!


Cry Story [What is the wisest thing a child said?]

Repeated from Irfan Khan --- (Quora.com)

Last night we were reciting Quran in mosque and my seven year old nephew Waqar was sitting beside me.

There is a verse which translates to something like "God had created earth and everything in it for the benefit of humans. And then He created the seven sky ."

Hearing this, Waqar asked me, ''How seven sky ?''

"Because He is omnipotent", I replied.

Then he said, "God is so kind and nice, but who created God ?"

"Ummm I don't know"

I told him to ask the Imam.

When he asked, Imam told him - Beta aise question nahi pucha karte (Son, you don't ask questions like that)

At the end he told me, "I think all the people jointly created God for themselves".

Today he refused to go to the Mosque because no one knows the answer to his question and the Imam prevented him from questioning, and told me that I have to find out this for myself - and we agree on that.