Saturday, April 30, 2016

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Systems Page Update

Numerous additions to my systems page recently:

Archetypal Aesthetics, Close Logic and Far Logic (Archetypal Systems), Ancient Book Design Program (Easily-Programmable Systems), Harmonizing, Aura Reading, Hours of Inspiration, Usineosis (Immortal Systems), Epicurean Body Types, Dramatic Lessons (Drama Systems), Brain Repair, Directionality, Arbitrary Mathematics, Hypocritical Knowledge, Veridication (Truth Systems), etc.

The entire page can be found HERE: http://www.nathancoppedge.com/systems.html



Advanced Concepts for the 4th Dimension

Divine Democracy.

Divine Authority.

Divine Longevity.

Creative Art.

Creative Time.

Creative Tools.

Holy Architecture.

Holy Ritual.

Holy Silence.

Sublime Genius (epiphany, fantasy, coherency).

Sublime Beauty (archetype, sorcery, love).

Sublime Weather ( 'psychology', fantasy).

Perfect Knowledge.

Exponential Knowledge.

Universal Knowledge.

Enchanted Music.

Incanted Scrolls.

Natural Lore.

Natural Religion.

Natural Modality ( "logic, travel, and transformation (death)", divination, rumination, 'casting', ensemble).

Magical Objects (amazing-'wonderfull', interesting-'ching', multi-functional-'actual', visionary... vs. en-'thrall'-ing slavery).

Inherent Ideas.


Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Monday, April 25, 2016

The Doctrine of Original Wisdom

Why do we feel we are wiser than our juniors?
I don't.
I feel that the wisdom present at birth is basically distorted through experience of the imperfect world.
Reality cannot meet up with the full potential of original wisdom, and the result is unrealized potential, and unrealized wisdom. Wisdom should be measured relative to potential wisdom, and so, we must consider ourselves less wise whenever we make an imperfect choice. And since there is always a perfect choice available, we are unwise whenever we do nothing also.
On the other hand, an energy -based concept of wisdom is the opposite, and does not seem to favor genuine progress, since it is arbitrary whether there was energy to go with the original wisdom.

Friday, April 22, 2016

A few of my books have Amazon bestseller ranks right now!

THE SYMBOLICS

Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #663,205 Paid in Kindle Store 
#452 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Reference > Dictionaries & Thesauruses
#1613 in Books > Reference > Dictionaries & Thesauruses > Dictionaries




42 MIND SEALS

#761,477 Paid in Kindle Store
#704 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Religion & Spirituality > New Age > Mysticism
#961 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Religion & Spirituality > Occult > Magic





NATHAN COPPEDGE'S HYPER-CUBISM

#880,110 Paid in Kindle Store
#484 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Arts & Photography > Individual Artists
#746 in Books > Arts & Photography > Individual Artists > Artists' Books

Usineosis

Usineosis means "No age / agelessness".

Here is a short writing abbreviating my first major clues about its coherent meaning:

A. The easy is not hard: Relax as much as possible.
B. Hard is easy: Have a principle of longevity.
C. What is not easy is not hard: Make adaptive selections.
D. Easy is hard: Live long.

This might be a major clue about the system called anti-aging, and may eventually be featured at my Systems Theory page!

It is a response to a bus driver talking about someone who had Alzheimer's, and how it wasn't a good way to die. Translating the above, one should relax and feel stupid sometimes so as not to over-stress the brain. This can reduce risk of 'brain-pressure' that can lead to Alzheimer's. The principle of longevity keeps the brain in a patient, long-endurance state that is more adapted to having high-functionality experiences late in life: 'continue thinking about the future!' Making adaptive selections is an extension of the principle that leads to eating healthy foods and avoiding discomfort and other negative conditions that could make one become more mentally passive. The ultimate lesson is 'live long', and this can be relative within trying circumstances, but becomes more objective if someone reaches 80 - 120.

Take these lessons seriously!

Usineosis is now featured at my systems page under Immortal Systems: http://www.nathancoppedge.com/systems.html


One website

https://serps.com/tools/rank-checker/

Indicates http://www.nathancoppedge.com/Perpetual_Motion.html has 1600 monthly searches, and a search rank of 22.

This is the highest ranking page that I still own. It has a PR of 3+.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Key Accomplishment

2 Years Above 500,000th Author on Amazon!

Author Profile (with Books): http://www.amazon.com/author/nathancoppedge


Wednesday, April 20, 2016

On the Meaning of Nature

No one has formalized that yet.
We still exist in the continuum of 'history's best ideas'.
We are mixed up between the ideal and the material.
Let's say the important questions come first: 
Ask yourself, what would it mean if material were infinite?
What would it mean if there were only one ideal?
What would it mean if the material was ideal?
What would it mean if there were more than one ideal material?
What would it mean if ideals were immaterial?
What would it mean if there were no ideal material?
How would it be if nothing were material?
How would it be if the question of materialism were meaningless?
How would it be if meaning mattered more than matter?
How would it be if matter mattered more than meaning?
How would it be if there were two interpretations?
How would it be if matter remained?
How would it be if meaning remained?
How would it be if what remained didn't matter?
How would it be if meaning didn't matter?
How would it be if matter was meaning?
How would it be if you disagreed?
How would it be if someone else was right?
How would it be if one answer was best?
How would it be if something was wrong?
How would it be if no one was right?
What would remain without right and wrong?
What would be real, what would be song?
What is the end of a question of all?
How do we be? How do we be?
How would it be? How would it be? 
Perhaps that answers your question. 
A question of nature is a whole, rounded question. Unless our lives are whole and round, we do not see the complete answer. Many of us would settle for less. Some of us want philosophy, and some of us want an explanation of evil, and some of us want agreeableness, and some of us want laws and precepts, and some of us just want something written well.

Originally posted at: https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-nature-of-asking-What-is-the-nature-of-___/answer/Nathan-Coppedge

Finally, Improved Rankings for My Favorite Perpetual Motion Machines...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hYYdmjuDac

They rate Finsrud #1, and include a nifty magnet machine that seems to run.

However, they have not included any of my designs yet, which is too bad.

In the future, perhaps consider the Modular Trough Leverage Device, the Perpetual Motion Pendulum Type 1 that was subject of a mostly successful experiment, the Not-If-But-When Machines, the Motive Mass Machine (MMM) which seems to solve proportionality, or the Tilt Motor!

All of these are from since 2005 and do not have as much web exposure as some traditional designs, but they deserve fame, and they have relatively proven principles!


Monday, April 18, 2016

"Philosophy program nixes universal puzzle of prognostication"


(computing the souls of literature)

https://twitter.com/nathancoppedge/status/722226780925517824

Or, link directly ignoring the Tweet: Ancient Book Design Program

Heck, I'll just re-post all the original content here:


SECRET BOOKS FORMULA

     Soul of the book =

             If you [X] qualifier [subject] [opp X]

     Title of book =
         
     Usually: [quality of X] [opp qualifier]
     For perusal, or quick use: [opp qualifier] [quality of X]


The easiest way to use the formula is to generate original souls and then find the corresponding titles by finding the most essential, knowledgeable quality of X and then finding the opposite of the qualifier introduced in the soul of the book.

Together with the soul the title provides a basic index of the value of any text, and permits exponentially efficient reading.

For example,

     Soul = 'If you die early enough you live'.

     Title of book = 'Bad Archaic'
     Bad [= qual. of die] Archaic [=opp of early]

Another example chosen more arbitrarily,

     Soul = 'If you live surely truth may die'

     Title of book = 'Optimal Uncertainty'
     Optimal [=qual. of live] Uncertainty [= opp of surely]




Holding at Top 4% at Academia

59 Followers | 122 Following | 5,040 Total Views | top 4%




RULES OF ARCHETYPAL AESTHETICS















[Above: A work by Picasso].

What can be incidentally beautiful can be conceptual.

What can be conceptualized can compose a logic.

What can be formalized as by logic can be improved into archetype.

What is archetypal may be compared to ultimate beauty.


More official location: http://www.nathancoppedge.com/archetypalaesthetics.html


Sunday, April 17, 2016

THE FIRST QUADRAS OF CIVILIZATION (CURRENTLY 3 / 8+)

https://www.quora.com/Can-an-economy-exist-without-any-poor-people/answer/Nathan-Coppedge

Essentially,

FIRST QUADRA OF CIVILIZATION

1. Nature, 2. Warfare, 3. Economics, 4. Meaning.


PURELY CONCEPTUAL 2ND QUADRA OF CIVILIZATION

1.  Meaningful nature, 2. New meaningful nature, 3. Ideal nature, 4. 2nd Nature.



INSTRUCTIVE NOTE:

As a rule, meaningful nature is what is superstitious to nature (such as literature or existentialism), new meaningful nature is what is superstitious to warfare (such as paradigmatic citizenship or wisdom), ideal nature is what is superstitious to economics (such as lack of problems, sci-fi philosophical golden age), and 2nd nature is what is superstitious to meaning (such as transcendentalism and metaphysical knowledge)! These rules may be important in realizing the stages, on some level!

Social Program Testing Concept of Economy-Based Citizenship

I think this is a real article that is posted in April because it attracts skepticism:

http://www.businessinsider.com/givedirectly-gives-kenyans-basic-income-2016-4

This may be the latest trend pointing towards 'free economics'.

If someone had secretly invented perpetual motion it would make total sense!

I, for one, already receive free money through SSA and SSI.

The natural step is to reduce the stigma associated with their use.

I love the concept of a government in which each citizen can have their own official webpage or virtual reality platform connected with the government and social as well as citizen functions.

Free economics could easily support such a platform at minimal cost, since computer infrastructures tend to be cheap to maintain. Just pay for interface improvements at a national level every few months or few years, and let the citizens do the rest! Have some platforms that benefit innovation, and it basically pays for itself! Not to mention that perpetual motion could pay for anything!

---Nathan Coppedge

Perpetual Motion Stock Market Prediction #19

17,897.46 Down 28.97(0.16%)

Not shown here is how the Dow is up 500 points in the past month.

These micro-stats shown above do not tell the story of how the 18,000s are nearly as high as the Dow has ever been, and at the end of a long climb. Notice that the climb was long. That should show that the Dow has potential to 'sore to even greater heights' as people say.

However, watch out for false investments and debts, just like always. There is a difference between objective economics (such as whether people are in debt), and the macro-economics of specific transactions. It is still sometimes possible to make money while in debt, but then you have to eventually figure debt into the picture. But if you make profits every year, then debt isn't as big a problem, unless it's a lot of debt every year. If corporations pay off most of  their debt every two years, maybe that means that they can stay afloat, if they are still making money.

Being near the 18,000s with recent jumps suggests to me that we're still capable of inventing perpetual motion. Unlike some economic thinkers, I'm actually serious about this. Too much irony breeds ill-health, and sometimes irony is superficial. So, it's time to grow up and realize that miracles happen.

The numbers show that the computers are a little uneasy about their knowledge of graphics (suggesting a new profit area if graphics are interesting to the computers). Down by 0.16% may generally mean potential for deal-making as well as future jumps. Watch out for the kinds of problems that emerge in computer manufacturing.

The overall numbers spell AG HIG DF, which points towards scientific shortsightedness, human interest concerns, and concerns about people shifting to gold. The computer may be concerned about Marie Antoinette, who spent frivolously and was Queen of a nation that later acquired a lot of gold. The computer may be concerned in part because of human apprehensions about robots and the growing importance for human-like A.I. Reincarnation is something of an unknown or un-admitted factor to the computer. The computer might benefit from knowledge of the East and reassurance about limited combat in the East. A booming Chinese economy would help the computer develop optimism, possibly in relation to very young people. Market trends favoring popular goods would increase optimism, as usual. High-quality products are possibly less talked about, and this concerns the computer. However, I would say some of it is a result of human confidence in the value of products. Humans see that the need is for new types of products, and the failure here is categorical rather than economic.

Once again, humans are rubbing Nathan out of the picture in a extent that the sophisticated A.I.s can't fathom. Focusing on the value of Nathan Coppedge's information projects may increase value for the economy. The largest factor that the computer may be noticing is perpetual motion, but this is the part most in question. So, conservatively, some of Nathan's other ideas could be the focus of economic change, for example:

*Greater reciprocity in currency markets (e.g. opposite currencies maintain a correlation of 1/2. Opposite currencies include Innovation vs. Computer Infrastructure, and Real Estate vs. Virtual Reality).

*Developments in simple-but-perfect human-functional A.I., such as categorical deduction and books with souls.


Models of Functional Psychology

Some would say it's the wrong thing to divide functionality into categories.

But, don't go crazy, it might be possible!

It depends on how desperate you are!

1. The experiencing brain model: the experience of the brain might be the basis for functionality.

2. The contribution model: people who contribute functional things might be functional people.

3. The romance with sanity model: people who fall in love with sanity might be the most sane.

4. The rational object model: people who have a rational object might be the rational ones.


Nathan's Keys to Optimism (functional psychology)

Things are real, and that makes them good...

I resolve that all is for the best unless it concerns something worse...

We can elect something good, because that's what we want...

When we understand, we fell better...

Bread may be toast and water may be tea...

What's good becomes better...

What's absolute becomes immortal....

We remember everything that makes an impression....

We forget what we can't afford...

Values are free...

We're free to explore reality....

Saturday, April 16, 2016

How to Write the Souls of Books

A recent writing is one of my most significant, as it records a method of re-constructing the souls of archaic books according to their title (in English or any significantly fleshed-out language):

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


Quotes Late April 2016


"I recognize that if everything were realized, the ideal world would in fact be the practical world." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016



" 'Practical' is the most ideal word in a higher language." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016



"Women are the hours, and a goddess is the day, so time is an alien form of life." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016



"Categorical deduction sets a higher standard. It is never right about everything without referring to everything." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016



"In qualifics, everything is take-it-or-leave-it. As soon as we have something un-justified, the question to ask is if there is something to justify it."

---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016



"As a rule, meaningful nature is what is superstitious to nature (such as literature or existentialism), new meaningful nature is what is superstitious to warfare (such as paradigmatic citizenship or wisdom), ideal nature is what is superstitious to economics (such as lack of problems, sci-fi philosophical golden age), and 2nd nature is what is superstitious to meaning (such as transcendentalism and metaphysical knowledge)! These rules may be important in realizing the stages, on some level!"

---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016


"Science is unethical that lacks excitement in studying any area, however obscure. The soul of science may be its universalism."

---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016



" 'Devil' permits 'Anti-Devil': that's what every so-called devil realizes... Not much is required for anti-devils, but perhaps a devil is required..."

---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016



My Quotes on Poemhunter: http://www.poemhunter.com/quotations/famous.asp?people=Nathan%20Coppedge


Friday, April 15, 2016

Recent statistical improvements

54K views to the blog to date.

100+ views to 'successful perpetual motion experiment 2' video.

5 videos above 100 views in the last 90 days.

Holding near the Top 3 - 5 % at Academia.

Amazon books in Top 200,000 authors for now.


Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Tractate of the Psychosoph

A work-in-progress, designed initially as a vignette.

Psychosophy (n.): Deep psychological understanding.


'''Humanity is a genius idea. Pleasure is another genius idea. Pain is a terrible idea.'''


"Sometimes it's just a twisted complexity, a confirmation bias, that makes life end up seeming meaningful. (Babble, babble, or be blind! But only the wise man knows that no one sees)..."


"Expect to benefit others if you want to benefit yourself!"


"If there weren't a limit, however temporary, everything would be perfect or life would have some pretty bad ideas. Some people are betting on bad ideas, and that's why life isn't perfect."


All quotes by Nathan Coppedge

Monday, April 11, 2016

Serious (?) Introduction to Magic from a Metaphysical Standpoint

This is a series you will find intriguing:

(1)
http://www.nathancoppedge.com/thenorma.html

(2)
http://www.nathancoppedge.com/philosophicalrealism.html

(3)
http://www.nathancoppedge.com/wizardmetaphysics.html

Three for three dimensions!

Supplements The Metaphysical Art, which focuses on metaphysics rather than magic. The content here is perhaps more interesting than at my tiny pet project, The Wizard School, hosted at the same website: http://nathancoppedge.com/wizardschool.html . It's easy to find anyway (also linked on the miscellaneous page from the main menu).

PROFESSORS I HAVE BEEN ACQUAINTED WITH AND THEIR GOOD IDEAS (AND OFTEN, INSULTS)


Take into account that I have protruding ears, which may have influenced their opinions.
Also, I don't tend to talk much, and who can I blame anyway if I'm not a gifted student...

Michael Coppedge (my dad)
Democracy is the most equitable solution reached in the most irrational way, while pleasing no one (?)

Richard Volkman (taught Philosophy 306)
Evolution is everywhere (in the text).
Plato tells us that sophists are kings.
Abduction is formed from competing hypotheses.

Mark Blosverne (was the only cool administrator)
You're an Idiot (Wisdom)
Think of an Idiot Savant (Intelligence)
You Could Do Better (Evolution)

John Berger (father of my former friend Elon)
Realist Aesthetics

Terrell W. Bynum (taught ~Ultimate Nature of the Universe)
Philosophical Realism
Permanent Information

Chelsea Harry (taught Philosophy 296)
Magic of Conversation
Nature is Fake

Rex Gilliland (taught Problems in Philosophy)
The Bones of Metaphysics

Nantiya (taught Eastern Philosophy, my first philosophy course)
You Love to Learn
Just as Better as a Fool

Link to Quotes from Early April


http://www.hypercubics.blogspot.com/2016/04/quotes-early-april-2016.html

Link includes further link to Nathan Coppedge's Poemhunter Quotes page.


Sunday, April 10, 2016

The Arguments, The Scientists

What are the most common arguments Christians use and their counters?
It's hard to choose just one. Traditional arguments such as the argument from creating the universe (metaphysical argument) and the argument from the justification of infinite properties (it takes goodness to create humanity, or it takes omnipotence to create the universe) are very common.

Common arguments against are that there is no evidence of a physical God, that the Big Bang could have been an expansion from another universe and universes are timeless and eternal and natural, that Biblical accounts are not accurate about real history that scientists have studied,  that life evolved through gradually more intelligent mutations, and that the process of evolution is cruel and therefore not ruled by a benevolent over-mind.

Another more traditional argument against religion is from the existence of evil, and religious people counter with the existence of Satan, which doesn't seem like a religious argument at all, but something fictitious.

Religion could exist but it's a coincidence, versus a bigger story that is somewhat disappointing. It's as if science is defending religion, but not human mental limitations. God might be old news, and science might be the new religion. But Babel is still in play.

Small details are more important than the tautologies of religious and scientific institutions. We're supposed to love our brother, but we're not supposed to be idiots. Science is king, but has its limitations. Religion mops the floor, sometimes literally. But good ideas take off, and are fossilized beyond the imagination of man.

https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-most-common-arguments-Christians-use-and-their-counters/answer/Nathan-Coppedge


Founding Writings of Pan-Dimensionalism or Omni-Dimensionalism


"The hypothesis of infinite dimensions seems to prove that if each thing in some way 'IS' its own dimension, then on one of the infinite dimensions, the information is always preserved. In other words, there is a whole dimension for every proper object that can be observed." ---Nathan Coppedge, via [ Quora ] April 10, 2016.


"The future overlaps with the past. Out of binary laws comes the idea that past standards are always in some way conserved, while future succeeds in realizing merely some species of development. We can only return to the past, but we can only realize the future." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 10, 2016.
Previous examples are Ian Bogost's Alien Phenomenology, and

Possibly Herbert Marcuse's strange writing on seagulls...


Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Real Perpetual Motion Experiment 1



This experiment conducted on April 5th, 2016 aimed to defend the Perpetual Motion Pendulum Type 1, and largely met with success.

However, there is still an issue in that I have never managed to make it work with a fixed member holding the tether, only by steadying it with my own hands.

However, it seems too close to call from my vantage point. Perhaps technical modifications could make it work with something less sensitive than my hands. However it DOES work with my hands, so perhaps some kind of swivel arrangement on top would work just as well.


The market I went to this morning didn't react very much when I tried to declare perpetual motion.... The audience either didn't care, or thought I was twisting the strings or adding energy some other way...


The only photo I took in the cafe with the contraption.

My hope is that April can become a month for unexpected genius as well as foolishness.




Tuesday, April 5, 2016

PUZZLE-PIECES OF MATHEMATICS, VERSION 1.5

Variables are the atomism of history.

Every formalism eclipses a new dimension.

Dimensions are modular, and other archetypes.

Math is merely one type of formalism.

Theories exist in 'open space'.

Every idea is its own kind of system.

HOW TO DO MATHEMATICS WITHOUT DOING MATHEMATICS

Predicate calculus can be pretty limiting.

Take everything you know (maybe infinity), and think again!



Sunday, April 3, 2016

THE GOLDEN NOTEBOOK CURRENTLY HAS A BEST-SELLER RANK!


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #120,874 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
#31 in Kindle Store > Kindle Short Reads > 15 minutes (1-11 pages) > Education & Reference
#32 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Reference > Quotations
#106 in Books > Reference > Quotations

This text has been updated several times recently to reflect materials by Nathan Coppedge and Protagoras (goody!)

Purchase here: http://www.amazon.com/Golden-Notebook-Translations-Nathan-Coppedge-ebook/dp/B015XA0F4C/


Saturday, April 2, 2016

Quotes Early April 2016

"I believe in nothing. I think nothing is everywhere. But absolute nothing is extremely rare, due to interacting information. According to this theory, the whole universe is where we find absolute nothing, but it is also where we find the most of everything. Nothing is relative, is one way to put it. But there is one form of nothing that is absolute, but not infinite. There are many forms of nothing that are highly qualified, but not absolutely, and only one form of nothing that is absolutely qualified. Asymmetrical concepts like art and construction may gradually overcome nothing in another higher dimension. In this way, nothing is relative to itself! In this way, nothing may simply be a lack of something, a concept that is relative to reality but not unreality. When nothing cannot be relative to unreality and there is only one form of nothing, we get a weakness for constructivism." ----Nathan Coppedge, April 2016


"Metaphysics is unrealized magic. Un-formatted systems of dimensional variables. Forms-out-of-nothing wishing for ex-nihilism." ---Nathan Coppedge, quote that originated ex-nihilism, April 2016 or earlier


"Some question the subject of reality. They do not recognize: Things are as valuable as they are, but they are not as valuable as we assume!" ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016


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


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


"I believe in nothing. I think nothing is everywhere. But absolute nothing is extremely rare, due to interacting information. According to this theory, the whole universe is where we find absolute nothing, but it is also where we find the most of everything. Nothing is relative, is one way to put it. But there is one form of nothing that is absolute, but not infinite. There are many forms of nothing that are highly qualified, but not absolutely, and only one form of nothing that is absolutely qualified. Asymmetrical concepts like art and construction may gradually overcome nothing in another higher dimension. In this way, nothing is relative to itself! In this way, nothing may simply be a lack of something, a concept that is relative to reality but not unreality. When nothing cannot be relative to unreality and there is only one form of nothing, we get a weakness for constructivism."
---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016


"Humanity is a genius idea. Pleasure is another genius idea. Pain is a terrible idea." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016 or earlier.


"God is the only one who deals in finite resources. The concept that God is infinitely greater is a delusion. Infinite greatness actually requires infinite gods from a mortal point of view. By the time god is great, humans are immortal. But that isn't the infinite god that we fear or loathe. It is more like God the father or mother, or god the old man and old woman." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016


"The hypothesis of infinite dimensions seems to prove that if each thing in some way 'IS' its own dimension, then on one of the infinite dimensions, the information is always preserved. In other words, there is a whole dimension for every proper object that can be observed." ---Nathan Coppedge, via [ Quora ] April,2016.


"The future overlaps with the past. Out of binary laws comes the idea that past standards are always in some way conserved, while future succeeds in realizing merely some species of development. We can only return to the past, but we can only realize the future." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 10,2016.


"Indulgence is a devil, and indulgence makes one a devil. This is perhaps the greatest insight of approximately 13 incarnations." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016


"Profiting from pain, if necessary, must require permanent gain. If unnecessary, it must require temporary loss." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016


"A little complexity makes for good aesthetics." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016


"If there weren't a limit, however temporary, everything would be perfect or life would have some pretty bad ideas. Some people are betting on bad ideas, and that's why life isn't perfect." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016




"Expect to benefit others if you want to benefit yourself!" ---Nathan Coppedge, April 2016



MORE QUOTES:



Interface Euphoria 16.0

Fenneled Warbler: The name every bird should have, because everyone loves this name. Think virtual reality, or Earth theme parks.

Finnucane: The drug that does different things, always improving the person. The name may last long after the actor / movie disappeared.

Radical: This can be the standard name for the reticule in a high-level editor or creation game.

Anamathematics: The name for a math system that is all about creating beauty that is so amazing its mathematically difficult.

Temp Module or Modulocracy: The surprising name for a technocracy in which the president is just whoever fits the job description in any given second. And they do it for pay. A pre-req is eliminating the capacity for nuclear war.

Entealism / Entalation: The art form of being ideal entities, such as by evoking, processing, scintillating, and referencing. Kind of an A.I.-can-be-the-personality concept.


Premier Philosophical Research Part 5

I have been questioning my own theories of dimensionality, and I have been wondering if there is some way to reduce the metaphysical dimensionality that we apparently observe in what some call the '4-d world we live in'. In my view the 4-d is not yet consciously visible, as we require different appartuses, such as memory and psychic powers to detect the 4th dimension. Variablistically, it may be even more reducible.

Take for example, the image of birds and humans shown in the diagram to the left. Maybe birds, like humans, have two primary dimensions of perception, a kind of vertical equivalent of the floor-plans of a building? Maybe in their metaphysical dimension, everything can be located in a vertical plane, like the levels of an arcade video game.

Maybe the human world, in short, is abbreviated to a complex 2-d surface, and the higher-dimensional things we have like thoughts and gravity and perception are really variablistic or 1-d structures appended to that initial formula?

Now that we can picture the two competing 2-d versions of reality, what can we do with the third dimension? Isn't it true that filling in the 3rd dimension would permit us to create a being that would live closer to the 4-d world than either birds or mammals?

To solve this problem, what I have thought of is something less limited than the conventional model of finite and infinite numbers. Instead,in addition to these numbers, we get mechanical sufficiencies or perfections, represented by perpetual motion machines, opposed by an opposite concept I call 'retractive phenomenology'. Retractive phenomena is a list of the least problematic things in terms of their problems. Like a perpetual motion machine, it can be seen singly, but in an opposite way. Where the perpetual motion machine is all about the mechanics of significance (logic,  maybe), then the retractive phenomena is about critical examination of perception alone. Where perpetual motion grows by modules and completed units, retractive phenomenology grows by references and variations of perspective.

Now that I have described those four additional areas, maybe we can imagine a 4th-dimensional being. Such a being may travel in terms of right and wrong, completeness or incompleteness, perfection or imperfection, and may also fly and occupy structured information. It is not just the tunnels of fate, but the architecture of fate. The evolution of the hidden world.

There might be a greater role for isometry and hyperbolics, objects made from information we might call magic, and continuous landscapes with localized 'rational' gravity connected by a consciousness network. The virtualization of the virtual and relativization of the relative leads to a place (a 4-d or 5-d place) where experiences are determined by preferences and the legacy of the best magical information. It is a place where life is not very difficult, yet very challenging. A place where perception is primary, and practicality not essential. A place where paradise is ubiquitous and pleasures ubiquitous and moderate.

In short, embracing the 4th dimension involves embracing the complexification of value the way the 3rd dimension embraced the complexification of scale.

More about paradise here: http://hypercubics.blogspot.com/2015/05/paradisal-existence.html


Perpetual Motion Stock Market Prediction #18

17,792.75 Up 107.66(0.61%)


The computers appear to be on auto-pilot, and the effect is not very bad. Either that, or they are getting serious about not making their choices visible in numerology.

Continued role for inventor, particularly since according to my prediction, when the market hits 18,000 there will be a requirement to build perpetual motion.

The numbers themselves read AOG.FF suggesting skipping over some types of big stocks and focusing on new trends.

The numerology for the overall number shows 17, which stands for profitable innovation, and GIB, standing for big funds, government, and virtual reality (issues / concerns / profits).

The small detail GE added to GIB again suggests perpetual motion, and possibly the importance of modeling a perpetual motion machine. Again, the computers may know perpetual motion is possible, but they are restrained because of human intervention or a lack of program.

Architecture is also in the details (increasing real estate values in big cities), and the computers apparently took the advice I gave to focus on big numbers, judging by the 2s and 9s, which symbolize larger-scale mathematics.

The repeated number '7' shows a focus on complexity in the future, which may be one of those flags you can no longer detect after awhile.

Of course, from the Microsoft vantage point, the focus is also on new technologies, but not necessarily perpetual motion.

Friday, April 1, 2016