Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Thursday, November 24, 2016

It turns out I have more views than Allison McEnnis

More views this month than someone I thought was a famous psychic...

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Often Above 100,000th Author on Amazon

12 out of the past 18 days I was above 100,000th Author on Amazon!

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Annals of History: Cute Gods

Cute Gods always look old.

Relative absoluteness.

2-d Time.

Ways of growing tiny brains

Once at a lab I thought I heard someone saying I had the tiniest, most complicated brain she had ever seen. And she may have said my forehead was just for show. Ever since then I have been paranoid about my brain, and have attempted to make it larger through personal effort. Perhaps this guide will help others who are concerned about their intelligence.

1. Invisible brains. Theories about what's missing.

2. Network theory. "The universe is your brain." Imagination.

3. Ooze. Having sensation.

4. Denying a malignancy. Being sophisticated.

Before this my brain's personality was "death" but afterwards I can feel like it's helpful.

Four Brain Personalities that Accompany Moderate Brain-damage

From personal experience and observation.

1. Physical activism. Person may feel all activities are made to be physical and strenuous rather than intellectual.

2. "Over-active" personality. (In this case, it is not what it sounds like, and is NOT related to OCD or ADD). Person over-compensates for missing aspects of intelligence. Person may be happily pre-occupied with negative subjects.

3. Evasionism. Similar to OAP above, person may pre-occupy himself with a fake feeling of sadness or happiness combined with limited expressiveness, in an effort to avoid recognizing his problem.

4. Grandiose compensation. The person may over-act by making gestures which his brain thinks are highly significant, but which meet with limited appreciation from others. For example, he may unsuccessfully act like an intellectual. Often these gestures only seem significant because of the brain damage. But, in some cases the gestures are significant, but not as significant or not significant in the same way as assumed. This problem is characterized by not observing how pitiful the person's own life is. But the solution may be to embrace the illusion somewhat.

NOTE: I'm not sure if any of these are officially recognized diagnoses. And, the symptoms may occur even in uncomplicated brains that do not have brain damage.

Friday, November 18, 2016

Quotes Late November 2016

"As soon as we realize animals are conscious, we also realize humans don't want to become animals." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Time is not just one thing: that's relativity."---Nathan Coppedge

"Technology: consciousness, matter, structure, dimension."---Nathan Coppedge

"Secret cards: money, adrenaline, prestige, or secret knowledge."---Nathan Coppedge

"The point: the mote of meaning. The oval: perfection and complexity. The triangle: the potential that existed in the beginning or else the ideal case; the alternate imagination or the ideal that exists now; the ability to predict and manifest possibilities. The square: divination, critical theory, truth-objects-tools, intuition."---Nathan Coppedge

"Life is rare and exceptional... therefore, if something goes wrong, it is something wrong with the big picture."---Nathan Coppedge

"If they came from a mysterious, deserted place where nothing happened, then they believe God is a mysterious idea that fills up space."---Nathan Coppedge

"Understanding of social hierarchies: +1,000,000 If you eat buddha-eat candy."---Nathan Coppedge

"The Sun is a singularity."---Nathan Coppedge

"The beauty of nature might well be beautified."---a mysterium by Nathan Coppedge

"Causes are timeless, but have location within time." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Efficiency, although good, creates metaphorical waste." ---Nathan Coppedge

"I will reiterate what other writers have said, that if a writer loses dignity, everything desirable is lost, with the possible exception of a lingering, incoherent purpose, the duty of which is to find significance." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Complexity and perfection combined might permit the trellise of reality, the isometric hierarchy..." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Just as ants are not significant to ants, it is likely humans are not significant to humans." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Based on innocence, some of us are becoming what we are not. On the other hand, some are knowing what we are. We seem to be not so different from the place we live, growing wiser than we are." ---Nathan Coppedge, or someone wiser.

"The more you know about something specific, the more you hate poets. But the more you know about something general, the more you hate the scientists. All that is left of God is the poetry of the universe. All of this put together is the soul of worthless thoughts." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Good intentions are the finest information, and yet not universally legible. In this universe, much is based on giving gold to God. Anyone with conceit is forced to smash their own ideas, which tend to be great to the extent that they are conceited. Only humble philosophers survive! The aim of life, and at such a price!" ---Nathan Coppedge

"Philosophy is exactly like the matter of the universe!" ---Nathan Coppedge

"Most of my happiness is just the rain falling, balmy wind, or the smell of leaves, combined with a little philosophical meaning. I love it when my notes don’t get wet, and when the sky turns purple. Sometimes I feel like a wizard. I have found it is important, unfortunately, to keep all of this outside my head." ---Nathan Coppedge

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Monday, November 14, 2016

Currently ranked #35 for black magic!

I'm actually somewhat blue (formerly green)... So, I don't know whether that's good or bad news to be listed for dark magic, but perhaps scientists should take note...

Friday, November 11, 2016

Top 1% on Academia

Free Energy
Category Theory
Black Holes
Graphical User Interfaces
Contemporary Art

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

The Inspirations (Mythology)

1. The Wind (Aolus).
2. Oxygen (Stimulus).
3. Clouds (Morpheus).
4. Trees (Sophrysene).
5. The Sea (Oceanus).

Or, in a bigger picture, the wind, the land, and the sea (processing, data, and formulas).

Now averaging

more than 1 sale / day for two months on Amazon.

Monday, November 7, 2016

Nathan Coppedge's Artwork Valued at $1 Million

For years I pondered where that $1 Million deposit to my old Sovereign bank account came from. And I finally solved It! The money came not from a payment for a screenplay, Nobel, or perpetual motion prize, but rather from a $1,000,000 check for a painting I received on the street.

When I went to the bank, the bank teller thought it was a fake check, but I told her to try to cash it anyway, maybe it would go through.

Anyway, I lost confidence because of what the teller said, and I even tried to have the man who gave me the check arrested. But it just seemed like too much trouble, so I told him he could have the painting, a million dollars or not.

After that, I assumed it was all over, until an unimaginable time later (around 2009), the check cleared in my account.

Since I didn't know where such a vast sum had come from (having still assumed the check was fake), and fearing taxation or some kind of unwilling loan scheme, I told the bank to return the money to whoever has sent it!

Being unaccustomed to such monies, I never drew the connection and it wasn't until much later, on the day before the Presidential Election in 2016 (today) that I realized the money came from that check!

So, long story short, although the money has been returned to the sender or kept by the bank, at least still I now know that my artwork is occasionally valued at $1M.

Because of this awareness, I have now officially cleared the first major hurdle to being a famous artist in my lifetime.

Commercial Gallery Hyper-Cubism:

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Quotes Early November 2016

"The existential sublime is precisely that domain which exists now, and is the lingering ritualization of the complex and perfect." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Information does not exist without relevance, but that is an objective structure." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Relativism can always be relativized again." ---Nathan Coppedge

"The brain is one form of metaphysical realization. And a brain may be nothing other than a form of metaphysics qualified by thought. And telepathy is no more than a communication property of this object." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Telepathy may be classified as a metaphysical variable, a form of communication between thoughts. An often imperfect relation between multiple intentionalities that is responsible for much learned behavior, and is often precipitated by outward signs. " ---Nathan Coppedge

"In the third dimension, we all live inside a variable. Thus, metaphysical dimensions are a measure of universal coherence." ---Nathan Coppedge

"What I call normal I.Q. is a measure of how bad people are." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Relevance to relevance is what defines objectivity. Therefore, truth is higher than information." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Arcadia may be the greatest idea if it is thought of by a philosopher in a padded cell!" ---Nathan Coppedge

"Everything is infinite through perception. Just my intuition of the moment, based on the theory of infinite depth." ---Nathan Coppedge


100 Copies of my top six books sold this year!

The Golden Notebook
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100 Mind-Seals
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Forthcoming book, Analytic Possibilism


By Nathan Coppedge


An optimistic philosophy granting powers to the critical faculty...Thoughts can have the properties of nature as a way of tasting nature...Metaphysical possibility exists in at least two senses...The view held roughly by Elias Canetti, Novalis, Lichtenberg, Alexius Meinong, Quentin Meillassoux, and Nathan Coppedge.