Thursday, March 31, 2016

Revised Concretist Argument for God

Somehow lost track of this... This is the closest I get to having a traditional religious view.

Possibly it could be seen as an Information Theory view of God.

1. If God is ideal information...
2. And information is manifest essence or un-physical...
3. If matter is therefore defined to be concrete spirit...
4. Then, if we have matter we also have something formed from spirit....
5. That is, the best information
6. Either matter is without properties, or there is potential God, from the spirit of good information.
7. Since matter attempts to realize good properties...
8. And all good we know has consciousness...
9. Where there is potential God in a great universe, there is an actual God.

I may add, the tenet that there are multiple gods is the strongest argument for a human becoming God. And the key alternative to polytheism is nature worship.

Another 666, and 51



















Self-explanatory, I guess.


It reads roughly: "A foolish devil..."

I recently formed a Quora blog called "The Foolish Genius"... That can be found HERE: https://nathancoppedge.quora.com/


Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Happiness Quotes by Nathan Coppedge and Some Others


"Happiness begins with acknowledging that happiness is possible." ----Psychology


"If one does the right thing, this can be the basis for happiness." ---Ethos


"Real problems have real solutions." ---A pragmatist


"You can have infinite abstract happiness." ---Nathan Coppedge


"People who are depressed are so happy they're in shock and they can't realize it..." ---Hannah Larkin-Wells


"One should be a pessimist about pessimism." ---Nathan Coppedge


"One can't FEEL pessimistic about pessimism, because that isn't pessimism ABOUT pessimism." ---Nathan Coppedge


"If pain is not always infinite, then it is NEVER INFINITE." ---Nathan Coppedge


"If you have happiness you can find happiness: so you can cheat with the word happiness. As people say, happiness begins with acknowledging that happiness is possible." ---Nathan Coppedge


"The hardest work is at the beginning no matter how hard it is." ----a psychologist


"Maybe with the right perspective you can feel better." ---a psychologist


"In the information landscape, hyper-morality is all about good intentions." ---Nathan Coppedge


" 'That's not untrue' causes happiness." ---Nathan Coppedge


"They're stupid liars and that's funny: this is a superficial answer, but it works for the mind. Psychologists have always confronted this type of principle very early." ----Gestalt Psychology



Monday, March 28, 2016

Nathan Coppedge answers: "What is life in a nutshell?"

Via Quora:

Life is meaning and morals.
Sometimes there's meaning, and sometimes ethical behavior is required.
If there's no meaning, and no ethics, then it's like there's nothing there.
Maybe art, but that's kind of like being in limbo.
We can try to preserve what we have, but if it's not meaningful, it probably has a moral.
If there's no moral and no meaning, what do we have, science?
Science is logical so it is meaningful, or it's not science.
Everything lies between art and science, and between meaning and morals.
In the middle there's logic. But logic by itself doesn't mean anything unless we know how to apply it.
Another view is the view of philosophers, which is not so different.
We can divide life into Metaphysics, Logic, and Ethics, or we can divide life into Modes, Systems, and Values.
We start with a modality, and if it isn't good, we get punished. 
Sometimes we can preserve logic in a system.
If we don't have meaning we find values.
If we don't have values or meaning we get depressed.
If we avoid depression we find philosophy.
If there are unsolved questions then science and logic get involved, or maybe existentialism. 
That's about it.

Original Link: https://www.quora.com/What-is-life-in-a-nutshell/answer/Nathan-Coppedge

Friday, March 25, 2016

Daunting Levels of Perpetual Motion / Quality Point System (Low is better)

In the process of experimenting with perpetual motion, I have discovered a number of additional degrees which any novice might consider to be expressions of full-blown perpetual motion, but which are really sometimes partial examples. Here is a list for your convenience according to my own expertise with volitional science (both ends of the list may lead to other categories which are less important for perpetual motion science):

Seriously, starting with the less significant and more common discoveries:

7. Over-Unity Magnet Motor: (This is usually a deceptive name) Definition: A motor with inputted electricity that purportedly generates more electricity than it burns. Usually does not run for very long, because it is really using batteries or another power source.

6. Successful Over-Unity Experiment. Definition: An experiment which may provide evidence of over-unity principles. May involve an incomplete horizontal cycle.

5. Successful Perpetual Motion Experiment. Definition: An experiment that proves a principle of perpetual motion. At minimum, an experiment which proves a cycle can be completed. Sometimes this may not involve an actual functional machine due to construction primarily.

4. Trillion-Dollar Discovery: A perpetual motion experiment that gives conclusive evidence of perpetual motion principles if only people knew the facts, and the facts should be obvious.

3. Successful Over-Unity Machine: This is sometimes a step beyond a trillion-dollar discovery because it completes cycles with a verifiable principle. The difference between this and a fully functional perpetual motion machine is a vague one. Sometimes there is no distinction, whereas other times the difference is quality of construction.

2. Successful Perpetual Motion Machine: Not a motor, a perpetual motion machine has an elegant principle and is solidly built, ready to be patented.

1. Successful Perpetual Motion Power Plant: This is a large-scale functional perpetual motion machine that is used to generate considerable power.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

I've turned 33 since last October, and this edition on perpetual motion is #33...

Just a coincidence in case anyone is obsessed both with perpetual motion and numerology...

http://www.uh.edu/engines/epi33.htm

One of my important experiments on pereptual motion was conducted this year:


VARIATION OF THE TORTOISE AND ACHILLES WITH THE INVENTOR OF PERPETUAL MOTION


Let's say the inventor is supposed to receive a patent for perpetual motion at some point.

But it is argued that time is infinitely divisible.

Therefore, so long as time remains, an infinite amount of time remains!

Apparently, the inventor will never receive the patent!

The only way to become a millionaire is to sell chunks of infinite time!

Whoever can do something with the time probably has to buy it!

What a waste!

Instead, we could grant the patent immediately and have free energy, and free money!

THE PRINCIPLE OF UNIVERSAL CAUSATION

--VIA QUORA---

In Feb 2016 I summarized what I called The Principle of Universal Causation: "It is the universal nature to create nature (design interface); after creation, nature has variation (dimensional nature)."

In other words, what is not dimensionally collapsed and efficient or causal / essential is simply originality.

Therefore, essential cause first exists as creativity, then it exists as cause, then it exists as sheer potential.

Although I have had doubts at times, the rule of three seems to follow from the reductive insight that the universe is either original or unoriginal, and if it is original it has an original element, but what we know is a product of that element. 

Everything else is either sheer potential, such as energy and mass, or a structural component like time and space. If originality is seen to be perfection and little else (since there is no better basis for originality than perfection), all other results seem to develop through complexity, which means that dimensionality is the only result of causality.

Thus, the chain of originality ---> causality ---> dimensionality seems to hold, when we superimpose the corresponding elements of (perfection), (essence: cause and effect), (complexity: energy and mass and time and space).

Source:

---Nathan Coppedge
philosopher, artist, inventor, poet

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Interface Euphoria 15.0

--- 'EMPHASIS ADDED' ---

Aesthetics have logic functions.

Most basic aesthetic is 'diffuse' aesthetic, which is the non-logically structured version of the aesthetic, which can serve as a waiting room or 'loading program' or restaurant (not all loading programs are violent).

It can be seen as a place for examining objects and observing natural wonders through the mists of time.

Back to logical aesthetics examples:

Chinese logic: the logic of enchanted objects such as containers, weather collectors, and origami.
   Chinese logic is like origami propped up with sticks, explosions that burn paper, and magic scrolls,
    plus the sorts of landscapes that appear on Chinese scrolls.
     Chinese logic can be used as a transition to modernism, such as modern houses and analytic
philosophy.
Meta paradigms include transition to anything advanced, while symbols may be related to alchemy and ancient magic.

Missile logic: this aesthetic is all about causal connections made from straight or curvy lines.
    the lines can glisten, contain information, explode quickly or slowly, etc.
    like its name suggests, it is fairly miscellaneous, providing a minimalist bridge between other aesthetics.

THE STUPID GENIUS: A PERPETUAL MOTION STORY

I have come under singularly bizarre influences due to the fact that I come from
a highly intelligent family, and yet have, or have had, large protruding ears...

On one occasion in high school someome remarked on my high forehead and large ears, 
saying:

"He has to be stupid, and he has to be a genius!"

On another occasion, a person with a  similar mind said:

"If you don't do something really bizarre and really innovative, then you've sold 
your soul!"

Then someone put in: "My guess is he starts a toy company, either that, or sits around
playing computer games!"

Then another said: "I know! He should build a perpetual motion machine!"

Then the first one said to me: "I guess since you said nothing you sold your soul!"

Then the second said: "But your soul was stupid, oops!"

In short, it's moments like this that make you want to invent a perpetual motion machine.

OTHER PERPETUAL MOTION STORIES
Nathan Coppedge meets the cleverest man:
Nathan Coppedge invents the Tilt Motor:
The day the Nobel Prize investigators visited me:


See Also My Quora Blog: The Foolish Genius: https://nathancoppedge.quora.com/


Errata of the Mechanists #8

ERRATA OF THE MECHANISTS, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE ANNALS OF VOLITIONAL MECHANICS...

Maybe someday computer upgrades will be available at corner stores!

It will be made possible by perpetual motion.

Nuclear power will be remembered only as 'nuclear fuel'.

Nuclear fuel is energy generated by destroying the universe!

Sometimes nature progresses, and it involves simple steps like:

Selling computers at your corner store,

Which requires energy.

Real machines. Not cooking a bunch of nuclear waste.

On Infinite Things

The thing I notice about infinite anything is that it affects everything else, until the total quantity of things reaches infinity, at which point it becomes less pronounced.

So, for example, if there are infinite things, but only one of them is infinite in value, then there is an appearance of ignoring that infinite thing, but really the infinite thing is almost everything there is in that world.

However, if everything in the world is infinite, then it will be very hard to find the influence of just one of those infinite things.

However, it is easier to find the influence of infinite things than the influence of things that are not infinite, even if everything is infinite.

---Nathan Coppedge, Via Quora (2016 / 03 / 23).

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Major Status Update

CURRENTLY THEORETICALLY 4th, 5th, 7th, 11th, 12th for "PERPETUAL MOTION EXPERIMENT" ON YOUTUBE



Today someone was labeled psychotic for thinking I was lucipher...

This shows the dangers of attempting to boost popularity with ideas about divinity and demonhood.

I do have a number of quotes in which I argue that I'm a devil, but I have thought about deleting them, and they are by far not the majority of my quotations.

I reassure you that I am a paranoid schizophrenic living in New Haven, CT. Because of my illness, I've had similar problems with police and EMT's, and I hope that if you're reading this you will forgive me for holding extreme and bizarre ideas years after having an experience like yours.

In some ways I think the shit in the open shower drain at Yale Adolescent Psychiatric was just as bad as calling myself a devil. It's a weird world we live in, and sometimes words are only words.

Here is a link about my experience with schizophrenia:

https://www.quora.com/Have-you-ever-experienced-madness-How-does-it-feel-like/answer/Nathan-Coppedge

USPTO Supposedly (and Quietly) Ends Official Obstructions to Perpetual Motion Machines

In an article reported at Ars Technica in March 2015 (History-making?):

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2015/03/uspto-ends-program-for-patents-that-could-create-unwanted-media-coverage/

The former policies may have extended Microsoft's influence over Omni-Science products, and some of those policies may still be in place.

Sunday, March 20, 2016

'Trillion-Dollar' Discovery!



Mostly proven by this experiment, an object can return to the same altitude with momentum! My previous experiment with over-unity (successful over-unity experiment 1) was a partial example of the same thing that did not prove it this clearly.

How To Write Aphorisms currently has a bestseller rank on Amazon!

In spite of a pathetic 1-star review!

  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,700,267 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
    • #502 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Reference > Words, Language & Grammar > Reference
    • #2442 in Books > Reference > Words, Language & Grammar > Reference


My edition of the Golden Notebook currently has a bestseller rank!

  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #193,761 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
    • #47 in Kindle Store > Kindle Short Reads > 15 minutes (1-11 pages) > Education & Reference
    • #70 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Reference > Quotations
    • #209 in Books > Reference > Quotations


CATEGORICAL DEDUCTION-RELATED WRITINGS


Rational Engineering Deductions (REDs)
x: Shape (function) combined with Opposite shape (function)
y: () z: ()...
= maintains potential closed system (function)

example:

lever (function) vs. cyclical track (function)
supported (function) vs. (unsupported) function
short-distance pressure vs. long-distance lift
extended motion (function) vs. contained cycle (function)
momentum (function) vs. momentary activation (function)
stored energy (function) vs. no batteries (function)
= maintains potential closed system (perpetual motion)


Arbitrary / Paroxysmal Deduction ('Just' Deduction):
1-d:
A then D
D then A
(A and D are opposites)
2-d:
'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.
3-d:
'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.
4-d:
'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' )


Paroxysm:
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.

Friday, March 18, 2016

Searching YouTube for 'trillion-dollar discovery'

May result in my video on the first page, hopefully!

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=trillion-dollar+discovery

It looks like a stick poking at female genitalia, but actually the latest clearest evidence of perpetual motion!


Thursday, March 17, 2016

Quotes Late March 2016

"Initially at least (at our present time), there are four kinds of soul: (1) The soul of age, (2) The soul of old wisdom, (3) The soul of youth, and (4) The soul of wise energy. Perhaps due to the absence of wise energy, we have not commonly progressed into the fourth dimension of the soul." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016, (Quora, included in Spiritual Writings).


“Total reality is as ridiculous as total absurdity. But total reality is inevitable and total absurdity is available.” ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"The blindness of God is merely the absence of a spiritual dimension of existence, an arbitrary factor easily corrected by human pragmatism." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"My grand vision is that there is a material for every complexity. Hence, dimensions have an infinite extensibility." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"Reason is the crime and punishment of principle! Yet systems do survive that are more sublime than contrived!" ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"The realization of a perception is like a pile of stones."  - -Nathan Coppedge (as Asceticurus) 


"People thirst for complexity that makes rational sense, as shown by the God concept. Some people may even realize concepts of God, but this realization is often temporary where it has a temporary use, or if it can be recorded more efficiently as 'trustworthy information'. The loyalty of information becomes the fundamental theology of the information age." ----Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"If you want to be ethical: be innocent, be philosophical, be religious, and be happy." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"The problem of evil is its mixture of un-centered ambition and artificial conflict, mixed with interacting energy, boredom, and bad ideas." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"Assuming everything is allowed to be selfish, my conclusion is that everything is trying its best." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"Everyone tries to make significance virtuous, or lives the failure of the quest unaware." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"Pain is the only unbearable thing." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"Meaninglessness is a confusing form of pain. It is also an ambitious claim over distant, unrealized things." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"The answer I have is that everything is trying its best, assuming that it tries at all, and assuming that it is not distracted, and assuming that it is not playing a game. Assuming, in short, that there is not some competing value which seems important but actually isn't. Assuming everything is allowed to be selfish." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"Pleasure forgets the origins of functionality." ---Nathan Coppedge, Prophetic Wisdom


"Redemption is the process of regaining wisdom." ---Nathan Coppedge, Spiritual Writings



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


Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Real Advice on Website Design / SEO

1. Don't lose money on a designer. This way you can edit your site.

2. Choose easy editing tools, for example, those provided by Yahoo Small Business (now unfortunately called Aabaco Small Business, but still linked from smallbusiness.yahoo.com).

3. Don't pay for advertising at first. It doesn't pay off unless your name is already out there.

4. Start out with a lot of keywords in your meta data, then get used to selecting the best ones, preferably ones you know from your site statistics have been used by people who find your site.

5. Choose good content for your page. Avoid illegal activity and generic, hyped-up content.

6. Update your site fairly frequently, unless you just don't care.

7. Watch your site patiently, and make strategic edits.

8. Be creative or professional or both.

9.  Don't just make one long page. Make a lot of shorter pages within your site, most of them (at first) linking from the main page or secondary menu page. This allows you to put keywords on every page (if you remember). But, to create a page you need to have a reason to put content on the page. So, choose a subject that has a form of organization.

10. Make sure your real name is on the page, because otherwise there is no way to work with your existing client base. Use your own name at least once or twice on every page if possible, to make sure people know its you.

11. Generate content for your page even when you're not directly working with web design. For example, you might include academic articles, creative artwork, travel photos, or your ideas about technology or history.

12. If web design is not the right thing, then try blogging with a similar idea. You can start a website too if you need more information displayed or if you want to promote your ideas and products.

A Well-Considered Argument About Relativity and Absoluteness

Relative relativity is absoluteness.
The only way to contain absoluteness is by
some greater relativity.
The world might be preferable if it is relative
and great,
because the greater world might be preferable.
If the world is great and relative,
we can still argue that it contains absoluteness,
Because absoluteness is the larger part of the
three dimensions of relativity.
In fact the only way to undo absoluteness
appears to be by introducing a double-
absoluteness.
QED

[This will be contained in a future book, which may be a ways off... about 18 printed pages so far]

The Logic of Millennials

The word "Millennial".

Assorted goodies.

A perverse feeling.

Justification.


(Really better than stuff before, so far as presentation, but with many shortcomings, amounting to an over-commitment to media over 'real life'. Of course, Generation Y was like this, too. Although a Millennial might say that any relation is a delusion.)


Anyway, don't feel bad, millennials! All you need is good feelings. And in many cases, they are widely available! Borrow a little authenticity from prior generations, and you're as good as gold!

(In fact many millennials are more mature than me at this point. They know how to drive a car or succeed in college. Some millennials may ask me, where are those people? Every generation fails by its own standard, even while the class above every level succeeds in surpassing the class beneath it, while failing at its own standard... I for one invented my own status in the world, but remain a loser by most standards... There are people in Generation Y who are more mature than me, too, obviously. I for one don't know how anyone holds a job or graduates in four years... The longest job I have had lasted 2 years... public library...)

Sunday, March 13, 2016

190 followers on twitter for the first time!

http://www.twitter.com/nathancoppedge

Nathan's Most Radical Ideas

Cosmosis. Conceptual creationism.

System 2. If God creates another world, it is called System 2. System 2 is the idea of how to fix every problem in the current world.

Neutral Systems. The Second Zero. Similar to invisible technology or invisible logic, except translated as a Copernican revolution for philosophy. Also might have implications for mathematics through the concept of secondary conceptualizations of ordinal numbers, creating lattices and arrays of alternate number systems. The beginning of this is the idea that 0 can involve return to any number.

2-d numbers. These are numbers that depend on the type and rigor of the translation. For example, they can be visuals, deep-stacks, scanned fequencies, etc. They are variables that have structural content. A period of a graph might be a 2-d number. But it is not properly treated unless it has functions outside the graph. But likewise, a picture of a labyrinth might be a 2-d number. Both need to have functions to make it work, so the simplest interpretation is that the interpretation creates the value.

Proportional Numbers. Numbers lying between finites and infinites. The original idea of fractions.

Metem-Physics. The materialism of ideas.

Hyper-Cubism. Although not the inventor of the term Hyper-Cubism (his father suggested the idea, and the concept of tesseract and dimensional art existed in Hungary and Europe perhaps a hundred years earlier), Nathan is nonetheless a major contributor to the aesthetics of hypercubism, and one of the earliest artists to work in the movement during the post-Cubist period with the concept of 4-dimensional expressive art on a 2-d surface.

Modular Citizenship: The concept of treating citizenship like a consumer item that can be improved, and have complex information-functions. Combines with Citizen Government (a government that has the capacity to see its own responsibility to pay debts and obey justice).

The Picasso Style. One of the only artists to advocate that Picasso could be generic enough to be called a style.

The Aesthetics of Logic (universal aesthetics). Nathan has a radical belief that all forms of aesthetics can be translated as forms of logic, thus forming 'universal aesthetics'.

Double-Contingency (objectivity): A philosophical concept based on Meillassoux's concept of radical contingency, this concept led to efficient knowledge and double-comptabilism, and later the concept of double-paradox.

Axiometry (objective knowledge). Universal statements can exist in bounded Cartesian Space. When zero is excluded, they may be deemed universal if the proper formula is followed. The statements are non-contradictory, and thus, have greater coherency than traditional syllogisms. The only exception is paradoxes, and the question of the extent to which a given thing exists, which might be defined politically, culturally, environmentally, etc. (perhaps arbitrarily, but not arbitrarily within the system).

Paroxysm (double paradox). A solution to all paradoxes formed by finding the opposite of EVERY word in the original problem, combined in the same order as the respective original words. If it is a problem and not a paradox, it must include the word 'problem' in the problem, and the word 'solution' in the solution. But if it is a paradox, it does not require the word paradox, because the opposite of a paradox is still a paradox.

Idealese. The ideal language of art, architecture, metaphysics, and ritual practice incorporates organic forms, concrete or ceramic, herbs, meaningful writing, abstract art, and an emotional mentality based on expressionism and leisure.

Asceticureanism. A religion based on moderate aesthetics, emphasizing perfection of one's works, the pursuit of meaning, and the pursuit of immortality. According to this religion, true religion is for the gods, and for most people spirituality is preferred to religion. Religion is an ideal concept reserved for the gods. Therefore, it is not really a religion, but an artistic practice.

Perpetual Motion. Spiritual mentor for the perpetual motion movement, Nathan has been one of the few to advocate the possibility of simple machines with verifiable mechanics over the charlatan's game of self-destroying magnet motors and ridiculous impossibilities. He receives e-mails every few months asking for advice on perpetual motion. He never asks for money, but only contributes advice, hoping someone will realize that he has some of the only viable designs.

More systems: http://www.nathancoppedge.com/systems.html

More perpetual motion: http://www.nathancoppedge.com/Generato.html

See Also: THINGS I MAY HAVE INVENTED (EARLIER EDITION): http://hypercubics.blogspot.com/2014/12/things-i-may-have-invented.html

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Conceptual and Experimental Inventions from the Last Several Years...

Vesselexts

AOLT-There Diagrams

Paroxym: Solution to All Paradoxes

Coherent Categorical Deduction

More philosophy and psychology concepts at Systems Theory:
http://www.nathancoppedge.com/systems.html



The Not-If-But-When Machine:
http://www.nathancoppedge.com/Generato.html


Successful Over-Unity Experiment 1:



Over-Unity Lever 2:





Offset Lever / Over-Unity Pendulum 1:


I don't know what this means, but I came across this in my author profile...

I have published 72+ books, and the profiles are updated constantly, and I constantly look, so it might just be a coincidence. Not everyone believes in the number anyway...


My systems page features the Zen squiggly from the cover. Perhaps that's why I 'became master'. Or perhaps Amazon is cheating me out of millions.

And on the same day my YouTube channel showed guess which number of views from Feb - March? 666 again! This doesn't happen to me all the time, trust me!


Now A Most-Viewed Writer in the Theories of Everything Category

Quora:

















Profile at: https://www.quora.com/profile/Nathan-Coppedge [127,000 views].

Monday, March 7, 2016

Babel, Babble, the Bible and God

I have noticed that it seems what makes something bad when-it-has-not-before-been-judged is merely the quality of denying judgment. But this quality of denying judgment has nothing directly to do with the ultimate judgment of the organism in question.

Similarly, what makes a soul evil is the temptation to think evil is meaningful. Because if evil is not meaningful to the person, they must remain blameless. For example, if the person is dishonest about evil being meaningful, then lying is either good or evil. But if the person is honest about evil being meaningful, the person has established a relationship with evil. So, if the person thinks evil is meaningful, this is the only way to be tempted from good into evil.

And the temptation from good into evil is more often than not comes from spiritual authorities who think it is appropriate to convey the existence of a battle between good and evil. Additionally, evil is also war, because the concept of war has snuck into the temptation to consider good versus evil.

So, in what way does the philosopher or priest avoid the temptation of evil, if he must be judged, but if he already believes there is a 'war' between good and evil, a war in which he must 'fight' and therefore commit evil?

At what point does the metaphorical image of battling evil become too intolerable for a moral person? In this respect I suggest we are deceived, for not only would true spirituality not emphasize the true destruction of evil, but true spirituality must be good and pure enough that the priority to preconceive judgement would be enough in itself to serve as a temptation.

What is suggested is that true goodness depends on some concept of the will, some defense of the soul, some abeyance equivalent to a good condition, or some sort of pre-conceived forgiveness. For otherwise, as soon as someone comes under judgment, they are pre-conceived to be evil, simply because it must remain inappropriate to judge them.

Although Jesus may write that the innocent remain blameless of sin.

"Mark the blameless and behold the upright, for there is a future for the man of peace." Psalm 37:37

"That you may be blameless and innocent, children of God without blemish in the midst of a crooked and twisted generation, among whom you shine as lights in the world..." Philippians 2:15

"So that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless..." Philippians 1:10


These expressions suggest that innocence and peace are what is blameless, but also being Jewish (those who are most adamant about being the people of God are Jewish, although I am not) and having good taste.

So, I guess I am right to say that good people should remain free of judgment from others or else be tempted to become evil.

This confirms my own theory that friendships and social conformity are basically a fool's game designed to test the strengths of one's pre-conceived modality and one's sense of goodness.

When the pre-conceived modality goes out the window, all that is left is goodness. Then if one is judged, the goodness disappears in a hazy cloud of pejority. One is no longer chosen by God or a person of good-taste. One is not even innocent, and by not being innocent, one becomes blameworthy.

On top of it all whatever God there is has given in to temptation by accepting original sin, and making those who have done the least harm most guilty of pure judgment.

If judgment is an engagement with the question of evil, isn't it a temptation involving 'the hands we wash are washed in sin'? It appears that if someone is blameless, any form of judgment is a sin, including the question of judgment!

But then, how are they judged to be blameless? The answer is that the activity of judgment must always adopt some of the blame. Without judgment the innocent person may not have any rancour which would lead to pride & prejudice. A very significant point.

If rancour is a symptom of evil, then how is evil to be opposed? Or are we supposed to conclude that evil opposes itself?

If evil opposes itself then two enemies must be the same person! But that is simply not the case!

We must conclude that pride and prejudice precede evil, and what comes before pride and prejudice is likely to be judgment.

The pre-conception of evil therefore seems a likely cause of evil in general, so long as the good remains desirable and some people remain blameless.

If no one is blameless then there is no point arguing from Job or the Messiah, because what is blameless becomes simply a gift from God.

Sense Systems --- New Conceptual Advances

It seems appropriate that I discovered on the same day that I heard about a neural imprinting device that cancels pain, a new type of sensing beyond the first two categories. Mathematicians and physicists may long have been aware of this power, but I have found a word for it that seems to communicate what is meant by the power.

So, here is a complete list of sense systems as I know them:

1. The 5 Senses

2. The Sixth Sense

3. Telesis --- Detecting wave functions, sensitivity to mathematical properties, specifically 'expressions' conforming to mathematical law. Variations on Telesis may be important for developing new theories of physics, mathematics, engineering, chemistry, medicine, etc. For example, in medicine there may be a requirement for sensitivity to the properties of powders. In engineering there may be a sensitivity to the micro-properties of computers and in engineering the sensitivity to structural stress. An obscure variation on telesis is telesis volitio (perpetual motion sensitivity) which has various forms often including four-dimensional knowledge, as well as a knowledge of friction and proportionality, that as in other particular cases manifests as an invention or concept usually, rather than an explicit formula. Telesis volitio involves a comparable, although different type of sensitivity than the type used in designing computers. Only by detecting the subtlest properties can the system be designed to obey a paradigmatic paradigm. In the past, I have used the word 'paradine' (with an 'N' and an 'E' instead of a 'G' and an 'M') to describe this highly developed state.

A variation of this page is also present at my Systems Page:

http://www.nathancoppedge.com/systems.html



Sunday, March 6, 2016

Perpetual Motion Stock Market Prediction #17

17,006.77USDUp62.87 (0.37%)

For the first time, the machines believe in magic. That's what my divination says.

Of course, similar things were said around the time of the crash of the early 20th C. (?).

But the economy has grown considerably since that time, and it isn't all just hot air. Some of the growth comes from real industries, and much of the rest of it is 'money making money'.

The magic I'm referring to is the number 77, similar to Aleistar Crowley's book on magic called 777.

There is in fact another number '7' in the series, but it is separated by FOUR DIGITS. This shows optimism on the part of any AI that is controlling the system. For example, why not 776 instead? That would suggest a return to American independence, and thus a lack of evolution. 778 would be more nondescript---it doesn't really remind anybody of anything, except maybe a commercial aircraft.

006 on the other hand, sounds like James Bond, which just means 'killer market', right?

So, my conclusion is that 17,006.77 represents optimism on the part of the machines.

It's also a large number by traditional economic standards. So, if you put those together it means 'reason to feel optimism'.

Numerologically, 62.87 means 'above average' and 'leading to the 90's' which may just mean that the market believes my advice that there is potential for digital marketing type companies and corporations like Dell and Microsoft.

+0.37% means pessimism or a collect-them-all mentality about social media (there was a website called 43things), as well as optimism about perpetual motion (the inventor is said to be a 10 or 20 meaning the machines are thinking about major improvements in the 17 - 27 year range. I don't know what that means to a computer, but it might be exponents versus human pessimism. There's a suggestion that no one is getting the whole story. Reporters are missing the real news stories, such as one about free energy, objective knowledge, or the solution to paradoxes).

Additionally, in general it is good news we have reached the 17,000s, because if we reach the 18,000s we're in perpetual motion territory again. Again, this doesn't necessarily mean that it hasn't been invented. It might mean that a company (likely the government or a foreign government) is already making money on perpetual motion.

Even without perpetual motion, America is the richest nation in history, and there is reason to be optimistic, provided that there is a strong military or an optimistic global philosophy.

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

QUOTES EARLY MARCH 2016

"Here is a paradox: how do we explain the Fibonacci sequence exclusively in terms of pi (the circumference of a circle with the diameter 1)? The answer is that we can't, because as soon as Fibonacci is all about Pi, Pi no longer describes all of Fibonacci! So, how could a mathematical theory ever achieve a theory of everything? My answer is that there is more than one theory of everything, and many of them will not be mathematical." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016 (via Quora)



"Any theory of everything (TOE) will only be an application, because there are some things which are NOT theories of everything! Either there will be a new atomism that attempts to make everything out of theories of everything, or the project will embrace applicationism. On the other hand, not everything is a THEORY, so it is impossible to conclude that everything is a THEORY of everything. The rational result will simply be to measure universalism empirically. Perhaps that is what should be done right now. Why wouldn't it be measurable? Maybe only in a flat universe. Perhaps that provides some answers, although I suspect some of them will be random, rather than coherent. But one thing it does point to is that science is an endless or else limited pursuit of applicable measurements." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016 (via Quora)



"Math is puddle-jumping with its friend philosophy." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016 (via Quora)



"Exceptions are like philosophy or science, but not both simultaneously... On the other hand, it would not be such a bad thing if someone disagreed with me for the sake of science, philosophy, or both..." ---Nathan Coppedge, note on the science of exceptions, March 2016



"Natural technology is potentially the same thing as magic." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016 (via Quora)



"I want to be immortal so I can be a devil. See---that makes sense to people! Sometimes I think if it weren't for Babel I would be God. Maybe this is true of anyone, anywhere, anytime, and this makes up God's attributes! Perhaps the popular God is merely an exaggeration of our hopes and dreams. Or perhaps God is an idea that came from the future! If it is so political to talk about God, then maybe God is subject to ideas. Maybe God is not just his own God, but the memory and prophecy of those who care for him. But if I am God, then I am not God, for I have already taken the name Saint Devil to refer to my pursuits of perpetual motion. Perhaps the power of God is NOT TO BE God, just as the body of God must be a false God..." ---Saint Devil / Nathan Coppedge, March 2016




"It was so exciting that at first no one got excited. It was like hiccups. It happened in fits and starts." ---Nathan Coppedge, about the invention of perpetual motion.



"Believing in God is the evilest sin. Because belief in God is belief in EVERYTHING, including the worst sins. It is belief in the primitive version of the immortal world. There are subtle things that are more good than a moral conscience. Scientists know what they mean by science: tortured animals. At least subtle things, if good, may serve as a viable distraction from that type of morals. The morals of science, the morals of God." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016



“In a world full of problems, everything is solved by problems. When problems do not solve them, there begins a world of solutions. At that point, either what begins is a world of paradoxes, or a world of paradigms. The world of paradoxes for some time satisfies intellectuals, but if the world is to succeed, the mentality must be one of paradigms. If the paradigms are problematic, what begins is a world of exaggerations. What solves exaggerations is tools. What is required for successful tools is a good world. If tools do not succeed it becomes a world of work. Work succeeds when there is good information. If information has no machine, it becomes a world of toil. If there is a machine, there is a mechanical paradigm. With a mechanical paradigm, the success of the world becomes the success of machines. Still, if there were no toil or work, or no problems, or if there were other successful paradigms, it would be a different world. Therefore, amongst machines the success is not only to live, but to imagine other worlds. One of the worlds I imagine is a world in which machines perpetuate themselves, and therefore, a world in which machines do not require work.”



"They are so significant, and yet merely abstractions. They seem to be like the most important thing, and yet no cohesive theory even involves them. They are the 'dark matter' and 'dark energy' of pure theoretics." ---Nathan Coppedge, on mathematical anomalies at Quora.


"One explanatory concept is that humans have not yet constructed a rational paradise." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016, via Quora


"Interpretation is a form of invention, the way philosophy is God. (This is one thing that comes from the study of paradoxes)." ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016


"Relative relativity is absoluteness. The only way to contain absoluteness is by some greater relativity. The world might be preferable if it is relative and great, because the greater world might be preferable. If the world is great and relative, we can still argue that it contains absoluteness, because absoluteness is the larger part of the three dimensions of relativity. In fact the only way to undo absoluteness appears to be by introducing a double-absoluteness. QED" ---Nathan Coppedge, March 2016




More Quotes by Nathan Coppedge on POEMHUNTER


Fibonacci Philosophy by Nathan Coppedge

Via Quora:
Here are some insights into your question:
  1. There is no requirement for nature to obey the rules of language as humans understand them. Nature does not have to be rational, mathematical, or even physical in the way humans understand it.
  2. Thus, the universe is not just logic or what we perceive, but deep structures beyond what we can know. Hence questions like those raised in philosophy of physics and phenomenology. What is the limit of knowledge? What do we really know? And it often returns to the Socratic 'We know nothing' or, 'We know nothing at best...'
  3. In some way the universe is limited by its structures and even by the capacity to take a specific form. Thus, the-structures-that-we-do-not-know are likely to play a limited role in the expression we observe. But that limited role is larger than our capacity to understand. In general, there may be things that we do not know, even while not-knowing. In other words, we may have no idea how the universe works. We may be on an island, so to speak. We may not even know how we ARE on an island, or if an island is the relevant metaphor or not.
  4. We know, however, that in an informational sense, it is possible to observe things similar to what we observe. Thus, 'FOR SOME BEING' e.g. the most real, or most perfect, or most lucky beings, etc. what we already observe can have real relevance. If that is the case, then we can extrapolate either that we are exceptionally lucky, or there is some other more real, more perfect, or more lucky existence beyond our own experience. We can also conclude that there are other beings like us, and that we are probably not unique in the universe, if there are other people on our own planet like us. We can conceive that there is logic, because logic exists on this planet, and then we can conclude that there is any conceivable kind of logic, to the extent that we are capable of conceiving of it. We don't know the precise limit, but we know that these things are possible to the extent that we have already experienced them. If we have experience with people then we know that that there is relevance for this knowledge we have of people. And the same for any other subject.
  5. Ultimately, we may conclude that the idea of infinity is relative. What is infinity, we can ask? Isn't infinity just a word we use in language or mathematics? What if it only means something when we exist? Then it is not truly infinite, is it? What if the concept of infinite is not the most infinite concept? I have found this kind of logic appealing recently. 
In conclusion, infinity or absoluteness exists, certainly, in some form. But unless it is our experience that is infinite, then we don't know of it. And where we don't know of it, it doesn't have relevance for us. So, infinity is a language concept, and a concept from mathematics. Infinity has relevance for us when language and mathematics have relevance. Absoluteness is often a spiritual concept alienated from its actual meaning in nature, if there even is one. The relevance for infinity and absoluteness is largely human-created, and even if not, depends on human life for its expression in experience.

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Perpetual Motion Stock Market Prediction #16

16,705.65USDUp189.15 (1.15%)

Stocks are up 1/5 of the way between 16,000 and 17,000 in one day.

This suggests that it is possible to gain 1000 points in 10 days conservatively.

That means that 18,000 could be reached in 12 days.

Obviously the market needs to reassess how quickly it makes gains and losses, yet focus on how money makes money when it sits there.

The fundamental principle appears to be 'not to DO anything with money' if you want to earn money.

But there are other principles too, like how to acquire attention for a business, which is often by spending money thriftily, much like choosing a free self-publisher for books instead of an exorbitant one.

The broader sense then, is on 'bang for the buck' and how to turn that into economic statistics.

The overall numbers once again show underestimates about the value of perpetual motion:

The computer may be assessing the following:

*There is a little devil.

*The little devil is trumped.

*The little devil lies, and this is good for the devil.

*The difference involves what a human would think is 50 cents, and there is a human called 50 Cent.

*Consequently, the little devil may be worth 50 cents.

*Consequently, what we already thought, that humans underestimate perpetual motion.