Friday, May 26, 2017

Increasing Popularity at Academia

175 daily document views for the first time one day recently!

Update: Currently in the Top 0.1% of researchers in the past 30 days!

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Link to Quotes from May 2017

Perhaps the birth of the phrase 'standard vignette'

I had been seeking this expression for a long time. This may be my first conscientious usage:

Recent writings you may be missing

Mandate Manifesto of Multifarious Meaning with further links:

"The Index":

Proofs of Everything:

Coherent Philosophy Systems (this is the correct link):

Programmable Heuristics:

The Task for Future Philosophers:

Coherent Proof Theory:

Perpetual motion:

A lot of views recently: Tied with Nietzsche Yesterday on Poemhunter!

Nietzsche: 72 Views Wednesday:

Nathan Coppedge: 72 Views Wednesday:

Also, more recently, 6 days above 60 views / day in a row on Poemhunter. High of over 100.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Socratic Writings Will Be Published!

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It turns out, it is already available on Amazon! SOCRATIC WRITINGS BY NATHAN COPPEDGE

An e-book edition is also available if you do a search.

Friday, May 12, 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Let's Just Throw Up Our Arms: The Sky Is Grue!

Hard to tell from this picture, but the sky was an unseemly mottled purple-green color, similar to the philosophical color 'grue' or 'bleen' (an arbitrary additional determination on blue-green or sea green).

Since I have been practicing magic to change the color of the sky, I found this a little exciting (one of my profs may have once admitted that I might be one of the great philosophers remembered).

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Two books are to be released soon!





Wednesday, May 3, 2017

List of Odd Attributes Acquired in Unlucky Times as a Perpetual Motion Inventor

* "Tesla Hair".
* "Dead Brain like Zeus I S'Pusse".
* "Paranoid with Lightning About".
* "Love foe Eureka, hates love relationships".
* Perfectly / Retarded / Folly- / Wise: "Nathan the Improbable" (answered the riddle but doesn't know the answer etc).
* "Schrodinger-Shot Feet".
* "Devilish Hips".
* "Satyr's Legs".
* "The Face of a Beautiful Woman".
* "The Ears that Fooled God".
* "Freckles that Eat Their Spectacles / Art Invisible / Invisible Art".
* "Big Pimple".
* (Formerly) "The neck that deserves a noose".
* (Formerly) A "Perfect Nose".

Quotes May 2017

"Everyone will have something to believe in when perpetual motion is invented. And I think in some ways IT HAS!" ---Nathan Coppedge

"If I have sex, I want to be inventor of perpetual motion first." ---Nathan Coppedge

"True souls know other souls, and as such they are wise." ---Nathan Coppedge

"If it is impossible to have any history without a planet, light is the relative history of massive bodies. Immortality may be like a shortcircuit." ---Nathan Coppedge

"I invented perpetual motion, so it will eventually be built. Even if there is political chaos, there will be something to believe in that is not God, the devil, religion, or science." ---Nathan Coppedge

"If we insist that there is a problem, we will need a paradox. If we insist there is solvability, we will need triviality not-closed under consciousness." ---Nathan Coppedge, solution to the P versus NP problem

"In what I call meaningful semantics, problems are what is considered the most meaningful thing. There are some simple arguments which say the meaningful semantics is superficial: because all problems amount to philosophical problems, and philosophical problems are still problems, and the un-challenged life can be equally meaningful. Therefore, the meaningful semantics may not be necessary, and if its meaning is not necessary, maybe it is not meaningful. However, if it is necessary, it may be meaningful even if it does not pose a challenge, and perhaps it can be meaningful even if it is not necessary." ---Nathan Coppedge

"All my energy comes,from a lack of problems." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Intelligence that happens to be coherent is coherent just as the world that happens to be coherent is coherent. They can be well-qualified even if they are different, because they are different to begin with. And, this doesn't make them wrong, so long as they meet the criteria." ---Nathan Coppedge

"What is wrong is meeting the criteria of wrong, just as what is coherent is what meets the criteria of coherent. There is nothing that says meeting criteria is either simple or impossible. The only problem is a problem, and the only solution is a solution, and so on for any other thing. In this way we can qualify our terms. Experience is a measurement, a contextualization, but it is not proven to be anything but an experience, so clearly the only coherency proven to experience is a coherent experience, and it is unfair to ask for more without changing the terms." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Actually meeting criteria may be complex, but it need not be impossible." ---Nathan Coppedge

"[O]pen system... It doesn't mean that relative to our criteria a problem is not solvable, or that our solution cannot be qualified and measured." ---Nathan Coppedge

"If you can go halfway to happiness from depression, you can recover all the way."

"Paranormal people have tools to be realistic." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Much takes place after the invisible war with madness, and the refined distillation of impercunious meaning." ---Nathan Coppedge

"All that is required for imprecision is an art." ---Nathan Coppedge

"An attempt to be interesting without making many unnecessary assumptions. (10 words). By engaging in meaning, enchantment, and many other worthwhile qualities. (10 words). Leading to their appropriate justice and tranquil state of mind. (10 words)." ---Nathan Coppedge, response to 'In 10 words or more, what is life experience?'

"Rumor is: Someone smart is a snake. Someone clever tricks the snake. Someone brilliant invents the snake. Someone genius proves there is something better than the snake. And, a wise person is not tempted by the snake problem at all." ---Nathan Coppedge

"What is the perfect problem? The answer is the problem, the problem is the answer: immortality." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Basically, genius seems to be divided into artists, philosophers, mathematicians, physicists, and inventors." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Un-philosophical solutions do not have to be impractical problems. In other words, all problems should be philosophical." ---Nathan Coppedge

"All it takes is reasonable exaggeration and a little justified context." ---Nathan Coppedge, knowledge heuristic

"Original aesthetics or useful philosophy = big ideas." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Idealism is one qualification... And other qualifications must exist... The mind is a synthesis." ---Nathan Coppedge, Applicationist Critique of Berkeley

"Metaphysics allows the infinite soul to be humble, and to find meaning." ---Nathan Coppedge

"If something infinite is genius, it is a bit of a genius." ---Nathan Coppedge

"If life expectancy increases again, we can expect things like people who value immortality." ---Nathan Coppedge

"Physics doesn't always work unless it includes bad ideas... Perpetual motion might work." ---Nathan Coppedge

"A better idea is something more efficient or magical, which is just the two ends of information." ---Nathan Coppedge


Be sure to check recent quotes around page 81 in the above link!

Nov 9 - 10, 2017 will mark the 4-Year Anniversary of Successful Over-Unity Experiment 1

My Nov 9 - 10, 2013 experiment proved in my mind simple overunity principles, that is, energy from nothing with no electricity, magnets, inputted power, water, etc.