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Index to Quantonics English Language Remediated A Terms
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Above Absence Absolute Abstract Action Actual
Addition Affect After Aggregate Aings
Almost Alphabetize Also Alter Analysis
Analytic
Analyticity
Analyse
Analyze
And Animacy
Animate
Animates
Animated
animus Another Answer anti-

Antinomy
Antinomia
Antinomial
Antinomian
Antinomianism

N¤t 'antimony.'

Antinotic Antintotic
Antisociotic Appeal Approximate Arches Are Ascendant Associate
Association
Associative
Asymmetric
Asymmetricity
Asymmetry
Atemporal
Atemporality
Attractor Autonomy Aware
Awareness
Axiom

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'above'

Etymology - Classical - above

We use 'above' as our avatar exemplar of how to assess words classical- definitively vis~à~vis quantum- hermeneutically.

We show you how. You may QELR other words on your own. You will learn how to do this quickly and you will habituate and inure multi~comtextual think~king modes.

Latter assists your gradual growth process toward being quantum~capable of tapping reserve energy. Doug.

: Above

: Ab¤ve

Classically we can assess 'above's':

  1. stability
    'Above' is a classical <xyz> locus. Classical motion is possible, but classicists deny quantum ab¤vings' æmærgænce. Usually, above is thought of as 'holding still,' and 'stoppable.'
  2. independence
    Classicists assume that 'above' corresponds locus. Only one classical object may be in one and only one location at a time.
  3. excluded-middle
    Classicists assume that 'above' is a location of a classical object which obeys Aristotle's third syllogistic 'law:' A is not both A and not A.
  4. EOOOness
    All classical relationships and interactions are dialectically dichotomous. For example dichon(above, below) describes an absolute tautology of relations between two classical objects. If A is above B, then B is below A. This is a classical either-or relation, a dichon, a platypus, a logical OR, a Sheffer stroke ( A | B ), a binary alternative denial, all of which afford a classical illusion-delusion of absolute truth assessment based upon naïve classical contradiction based upon naïve classical negation.
  5. H5Wness
    1. How an object is above another object may be described unambiguously using classical mechanics.
    2. Why an object is above another object may be described unambiguously using predication and verification.
    3. Where an object is above another object may be described unambiguously using classical mechanics.
    4. When an object is above another object may be described unambiguously using classical mechanics.
    5. What objective properties an object has may be described unambiguously using classical mechanics.
    6. Who is above another who | what may be described using classical pattern recognition, reason and rationale.
  6. lisrability
    Classical 'aboveness' is ideally localable, isolable, separable, and reducible.
  7. causation
    Classicists assume that 'aboveness' is a caused 'effect.' 'Aboveness' is unachievable without some mechanical cause. 'Aboveness' without cause is a classical impossibility. Uncaused cause and uncaused effect are impossible in classical reality.
  8. certainty
    Classical 'aboveness' may be assessed with absolute, ideal classical certainty.
  9. EEMDivity
    Classical objects which are 'above' other classical objects are everywhere-excluded-middle-dissociated from those other objects.
  10. observation
    Classical 'above' objects unilaterally observe other objects. Other objects unilaterally observe any 'above' objects.

    Relevant links: after, before, begin, cause, effect, end, judgment, local, locus, mechanics, object, nonlocal, stop, think, truth, verity, Aristotle's tautologies, Classical Cause-Effect, EEMD, EOOO, H5W, How SOMites View Reality, SOM Limitations, SOM Logic, SOM Value Assessment, Zeno's Stoppability, etc.

Quantumly we can assess 'ab¤ve's':

  1. animacy
  2. c¤mplæmæntarihty
  3. included-middlings
  4. BAWAMings
  5. H5Wings
  6. lisrings
  7. affæctati¤nings
  8. umcærtainty
  9. EIMAivityings
  10. c¤¤bsfæcti¤n

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'absence'

Classical Etymology - absence. That etymology appears quite weak to Doug, so let's also offer Barnhart's:

noun About 1380, borrowed from Old French absence, ausence, learned borrowing from Latin absentia, from absentem (nominative absens), present participle of abesse be away; see ABSENT.

Quantum Etymology - Doug emerqed this quantum memeo in his address of Kuhn's classical notion of "partial puzzles."

Classical Synonyms -

  • missing,
  • naught,
  • empty,
  • unfindable,
  • etc.

Quantum Synonyms -

  • enthymeme,
  • unseen part of iceberg,
  • unseen part of reality,
  • all quantum~complements,
  • e.g., to classicists DQ (quantum~unsaid) is SQ's (quantum~said's) absænce,
  • etc.

: Absence, absent, etc.

Classical absence is ideal absence, perfect absence, NOT presence: ideal logical 'opposite' of presence.

Absence, classically, is an ideal EOOO dialectical 'state.'

: Absænce, absænt, absænts, absænting, absæntings, etc.

Quantum absence is an enthymeme. Quantum~absence is a quanton(absence,presence). Naught in quantum reality is ideally present. Naught in quantum reality is ideally absent.

That takes us to enthymemes of partial~presence and partial~absence: quanton(partial_presence,partial_absence).
We can show that, perhaps more clearly, like this: reality issi quanton(n¤nactuality,actuality).

What humans may see, partially sense, is a knowable part of actuality. So what humans see is a partiality.

Too, quantum~reality issi flux, evolving fluxings. So all actuality is potentially seeable, but it is evolving. As a result all actuality is only partially, at any Planck moment, what it may be subsequently. Here, we see partiality as a manifestation of incomplete process, always incomplete quantum~evolving actual patterns of flux (QEAPoFs). All QEAPoFs are always, from Planck moment to Planck moment, only partially what they may become, only enthymemes of their futurings.

Quantum~gravity is an example of partiality. Evolution is an example of partiality. Biologically sperm and ovum are examples of partiality in quanton(ovum,sperm), etc.

See absence of light, classical vav quantum partiality, external, enthymemes, quantum~partiality, unsaid vav said.

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'absolute'

Etymology - Classical - absolute

Quantonics chooses (ch¤¤ses) t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'absolute' with a quantum ihnterpretati¤n which wæ wihll sh¤w as abs¤lutæ.

In classical contexts one may assume absoluteness nearly always refers classical 'truth.' I.e., classicists suffer a common delusion that one may classically know absolute truth about reality. From this delusion one may further assess classical logical results as either absolutely true based upon an absolute absence of any contradictions or absolutely false based upon any single item of contrary evidence.

Classicists presume that monistic, quantitative truth may be defined, in an imagined global or universal context, thing-king like this:

  • Absolute objective, quantitative truth:
    • Always states truth (classical consistency), and
    • States all truths (classical completeness).

Ihn quantum comtexts ¤næ assumæs that quantum abs¤lutæness issi a quantum uncertainty interrelationship twixt quantum comsistency amd quantum completeness. Quantum prægmal¤gists assumæ plurahlistihc, qualihtatih change may bæ ¤mniscrihbæd ihn many comtexts thinkq~king lihkæ this:

  • Abs¤lutæ quantonic, qualihtatihvæ changæ:
    • Ahlways changæs (quantum comsistæncy), amd
    • Changæs ahll (quantum c¤mplætæness).

Where classical reality is capable (delusionally claims a capability) of assessment of absolute classical certainty, quantum ræhlihty issi capablæ ¤f assæssmænt ¤f abs¤lutæ quantum uncertainty (i.e., quantum ensemble statistihcal umcærtainty).

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'abstract'

: Abstract, abstraction, etc.

For example, physical operators are linear~continuous closed abstractions of their hypo scalar-metric ensembles.

Classical abstractions are:

  • stable-concrete,
  • static,
  • scalar,
  • stuck,
  • dead,
  • etc.

: Abstrahct, abstrahcti¤n, etc.

Quantum~abstrahcti¤ns are:

1Aug2011 - Doug.

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'action'

Etymology - Classical - action

: Action

Classical action is Newtonian, Einsteinian: objective, mechanical, unitemporal (one time fits all), EEMD, stoppable, analytic, etc.

Classical objects interact only locally materially-particulately. Objective interactions occur when two objects with linear-continuous inertia 'collide.'

Doug has written about actionc before, quoting from James Gleick's Genius bio of Richard P. Feynman. That quote claims that total system energy is potential_energyc plusc kinetic_energyc. Bader showsc Feynman how physicistsc viewc actionc as kinetic_energyc minusc potential_energyc.

Quantonics adept readers and students grasp how all of those classical terms are, from Doug's quantum~complementarospectivings, problematic. To focus your attention, however, Doug finds 'minusc' most 'classically problematic' in our omniscussions of 'classical action,' actionc.

Negationc is idealc, concretec, analyticc, formalc, objectivec, mechanicalc, EEMDc, lisrc, etc.

All of those classical problematic terms are part and parcel immensely flawed dialectical 'judgment.' See SOM's Bases of Judgment.

: Ahcti¤n

Quanta are flux, not objects, n¤t objective. Flux ihntærahctions (interrelationshipings) of flux quanta scintillate both temporally and atemporally. All quanta may scintillate one another, but n¤ quanta are in any sense 'classically stoppable.' Quantum scintillationings are described by: QED (mutation of actuality via photon~electron ihntærahctions), QCD, (creation~discreation of actuality via quark~gluon ihntærahctions), and radiation.

Expect an update here during September, 2013...Doug. (Succinctly...actionq issi antinomialq omnitoringq...See Doug's July, 1999 QQA What is Measurement?)

Doug - 13Sep2013.

'actual'

Etymology - Classical - actual

: Actual

Classically, reality is actual, and that is all there is, actually that which 'exists,' and is 'known.'

Classical reality is a dichon(actual, actual).

See Quantonics' How Classicists View Reality, How SOMites View Reality, and How SOMites Measure Reality.

 

Ihn Quantonics, quantum ræhlihty issi quanton(n¤nahctualihty,ahctualihty).

N¤nahctualihty 'exists' ihn Quantonics' værsi¤n ¤f quantum ræhlihty.

See Quantonics' How MoQites View Reality, and How MoQites Monitor Reality.

See think, logic, judge, measure, monitor, etc.

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'addition'

Etymology - Classical - addition

: Addition

Quantonics chooses (ch¤¤ses) t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'addition' amd remerq ahll quantum comtextual ¤ccurræncæs wihth 'addqihti¤n.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'addition.' Ihn Quantonics/quantum comtexts wæ shahll uhsæ 'addqihti¤n.'

Classical addition assumes reality is stable and objects in reality are independent. Classical addition further assumes reality is inanimate/stoppable, excluded | middle, analytic, etc.

In a classical SOM, dialectical, formal, dogmatic, canonic mythos — absence of context or single monistic context is assumed for all maths.

An implication of that assumption is 2 + 2 always equals 4. Doug - 4Nov2012.

: Addqihti¤n

Quantum addqihti¤n assumæs ræhlihty issi anihmatæ amd quantons ihn ræhlihty have quantum n¤n nægatihvæ, flux phasihc, c¤mplæmæntary, ihncludæd~mihddling, umstoppable ihnterrelati¤nshipings.

In a quantum holographic, quantum~emerqant, qualitative, omnivalent emersos — all actuality is radically~evolving at up to Planck rates, and so said actuality is ubiquitously and perpetually radically~quantum~comtext~sensitive [rqcs]. See Doug's QVH Table and his Fuzzons to Fermions Onta pages.

An implication of that assumption is N + N does n¤t, ihn general, equal 2xN. Doug - 4Nov2012.

For application, and descriptions of relative importances of these terms, see our 7Jun2002 Möbius 3~Primæ Fermion.

See addition, differentiation, division, integration, multiplication, prime, recursion, square, square root, and subtraction.

See cancellation, phase, and negation. Red text updates 23Jan2010 - Doug.

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'affect'

Etymology - Classical - affect

: Affect

Affect is a word usually avoided in classical thingking. Why? It is a subjective word. Classicists insist that classical reality is ideally objective. An affective reality is subjective, animate, qualitative, pluralistic, etc. All those terms violate classical axiomatics re: reality.

Classicists view reality as effective. Indeed, they see it as causal-effective, 1-1 correspondent, and thus determinate, and thus capable of prediction— 'certain' prediction. Classical science counts this capability as one of its "crown jewels."

: Affæct

Affæct issi a w¤rd which alm¤st pærfæctly attænds Quantonics' værsi¤n ¤f quantum ræhlihty.

Quantum ræhlihty issi an affæctihve, qualihtatihvæ, subqjæctihvæ, anihmatæ, heterogæne¤uhs, REIMAR reality.

Sææ ¤ur Quantonics' affectation. See subjectiv, and subjective.

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'after'

See before.

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'aggregate'

: Aggregate

: Aggrægatæ

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'aings'

: Aings

: Aings

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'almost'

: Almost

: Alm¤st

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'alphabetize'

: Alphabetize

: Alphabætih

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'also'

: Also

: Als¤

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'alter'

: Alter

: Altær

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'analysis'
'analytic'
'analyticity'
'analyse'
'analyze'

Etymology - Classical - analysis

TBD. (Classicism as a concept depends upon an illusion/delusion of analyticity. Analytic reality depends upon infinitely divisible objective homogeneity whose subsequents are: Aristotelian contradiction, Aristotelian excluded | middle, Aristotelian identity, causal | effective 1:1 variable correspondence, presumed continuously independent variables like unitime, independent variables, continuous differentiability of dependent variables against assumed independent variables, continuous integrability of dependent variables against assumed independent variables, lisr, numerability, spatial extensity, stoppability (stable reality), decoherent concepts of zero, decoherent concepts of both one and identity, etc.)

It is valuable in this QELR to use words of a recognized scholar:

"One of the most highly developed skills in contemporary Western civilization is dissection: the split-up of problems into their smallest possible components. We are good at it. So good, we often forget to put the pieces back together again.

"This skill is perhaps most finely honed in science. There we not only routinely break problems down into bite-sized chunks and mini-chunks, we then very often isolate each one from its environment by means of a useful trick. We say ceteris paribus--all other things being equal. In this way we can ignore the complex interactions between our problem and the rest of the universe." Alvin Toffler, in his foreword 'Science and Change,' to Prigogine and Stengers' Order Out of Chaos, Bantam, 1984.

Notice please how "...ceteris paribus--all other things being equal..." assumes Bergson's classical delusions of objective stability and separability. Both are bogus in quantum~reality. Quantum~reality and all of its quantons are radically instable. Notice how "...ceteris paribus--all other things being equal...." also begs classical, dialectical "context freeness." However, quantum~reality is radically comtext sensitive.

We're right back to Bergson's reality of spontaneity vis-à-vis his unreality of classical state. See Doug's recent (CeodE 2011) What is Simple? What is Complex?

It gets much worse... "...ceteris paribus--all other things being equal..." also begs geometric identity. But identity depends upon an assumption of classical state, too.

Other classical vis-à-vis quantum issues emerge here too:

  • Ockhammization
  • Determinism (dialectically plannable Marxist 'absolute certainty' is bogus in quantum~reality: quantons(uncertainty,certainty) are flux is crux stochastic)
  • Objective synthesis (quantum~reality isn't analytically -- stoppably-statically-lisrably-- synthetic)
  • Anti hologra[[m][ph][il]]ism
  • Finite reductionism
  • Minimalism
  • Differentiation
  • Etc.

Just keep reminding self, "Self, flux is crux, stux sux."

Doug - 28Feb2012.

Quantonics chooses (ch¤¤ses) t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'analysis' and remerq ahll quantum comtextual ¤ccurræncæs wihth 'anahlysis.' (Pluhs, anahlytihc, anahlytihcihty, anahlyse, amd anahlyzæ.)

In classical contexts we shall use 'analysis.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use 'anahlysis.'

Wæ uhsæ (ihn 2002q wæ ¤riginahlly uhsæd) 'm' ihn place ¤f 'n' t¤ ræmind uhs that quantum anahlysis issi EIMA complementary. Wæ uhsæ MT Extra f¤nt h~bar (h) t¤ ræmind amd ihnstihll, ihn studænts ¤f Quantonics, that quantum anahlysis issi anihmatæ amd quantal.

Classical analysis assumes that reality may be conveniently stopped/sampled/held-still/made-immutable for study. Implication: classical process is analyzable.

Quantum anahlysis assumæs that ræhlihty issi abs¤lutæ anihmatæ flux, thuhs Bergsonian duhrati¤nal, thuhs umst¤ppable. Ihmplihcati¤n: quantum process issi n¤t classically, state-ically analyzable. Where we can use classical computer di-gits to do classical analysis, wæ nææd quantum computer qubihts t¤ d¤ quantum anahlysis.

See Henri Louis Bergson's remarkable comments on, "you can analyze a [classical] thing, but not a process." Ihn Quantonics' quantum ræhlihty wæ can uhsæ quantum computer qubihts t¤ anahlyzæ processes AKA quantons.

See cause, cause | effect, continue, contradict, determine, excluded | middle, number, measure, predict, space, zero, etc.

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'and'

Etymology - Classical - and

Quantonics chooses (ch¤¤ses) t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'and' and remerq ahll quantum comtextual ¤ccurræncæs wihth 'amd.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'and.' Ihn Quantonics/quantum comtexts wæ shahll uhsæ 'amd.'

N¤te ¤ur uhsæ ¤f 'm' t¤ remerq 'n' ihn quantum comtexts. This f¤ll¤ws ¤ur præcædænt uhsing 'com' t¤ remerq 'con' ihn quantum comtextual uhsæs ¤f 'con-' prefixes.

Classical 'and' assumes a logically dichotomous Aristotelian excluded | middle.

Quantonic 'amd' assumæs an omniadic EIMA quantum ihncludæd~mihddle.

Sææ ¤ur Quantonics' Aristotle Connection, Quantum Connection, Sophism Connection, amd SOM Connection.

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'animacy'
'animate'
'animates'
'animated'

Etymology - Classical - animacy

Quantonics chooses (ch¤¤ses) t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'animacy' and remerq ahll quantum comtextual ¤ccurræncæs wihth 'anihmacy.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'animacy.' Ihn Quantonics/quantum comtexts wæ shahll uhsæ 'anihmacy.' Dihtt¤ anihmatæ, anihmatæs, anihmatæd, amd ihnanihmatæ.

Classicists depend upon their model of reality depicting reality is objectively, analytically inanimate, i.e., not animate. Classical animacy is rigidly defined as OGC, OGT, unitemporal motion.

Quantum ræhlihty dæpænds uhpon ihts studænts amd scihæntists t¤ vihew iht as absolute, quantized, heterogeneous, stochastically~uncertain, æværywhere~ihncludæd~mihddle~ass¤ciatihve (EIMA) quantum flux, i.e., anihmatæ.

We use our h~bar (h) MT Extra font character to remind students ¤f Quantonics that quantum anihmacy issi quantihzæd ihn h~bar minimum ihncræmænts.

See motion.

See our Bases of Judgment and our What is Wrong with Probability as Value?

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'animus'

Etymology - Classical - animus

Classical 'animus' - a classical consensual, 'common sense,' communis sense, demos will attitude, position, belief based upon EOOO objective CTMs.

Quantum 'animuhs' - a quantum l¤cale ¤f anihmatæ, b¤th lisr amd n¤nlisr, EIMA quantonic QTMs. An ihsland ¤f quantum thinkq~king. Quantum æmb¤dihmænts amd avatars ¤f mæmæos expræssed as quantum ihndihvihdual ¤pihni¤ns.

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'another'

: Another.

: An¤thær.

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'answer'

: Answer

: Answær

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'anti-'

Prefix. See not.

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'antinomy'
'Antinomia'
'Antinomial'
'Antinomian'
'Antinomianism'

N¤t antimony!

: Antinomy, antinomia, antinomial, antinomian, antinomianism, etc.

Nomos is (means) classical 'law.' Antinomos means against 'law.' Classical 'opposites' are canonically-dogmatically-orthodoxly anti-legal (anti logical) one another. Religious social-normalcy-biased hylics call it, "...being against a ç a t h o l i ç requisite for 'believers' to obey moral 'law.' AKA Mosaic 'law.'

Notice a mandate for extreme dialectical (fundumbmental) interpretationc to 'make' antinomiac viable.

Classical antinomy (antinomyc) is ideally dialectical, objective, EOOO, middle-excluded, independent, static, material, hylic, etc.

Classical antinomia are ideally oppositec, dichonic, contradictory one another.

: Antihn¤my, antihn¤mia, antihn¤mial, antihn¤mian, antihn¤mianism, etc.

Quantum~antihn¤my (antinomyq) issi complementary, rhetorical~sophist, BAWAM, middle~includings, holographic, stindyanic, wayveic, fluxic, pneumatic, etc.

Quantum~antihn¤mia are evolving fluxq, with n¤ tw¤ flux 'patterns' ever identicalc to one another, autsimilarq yæs, identicalc, n¤.

December 2,5 updates:

Succinctly, readers may garner evolvingq wave~functional quantum~antinomialism as a Quantonics HotMeme™:

Quantonics HotMeme™ "Quantum~antinomialism issi quantons(partial_presence_of_superposition,partial_presence_of_cancellation)."™ Quantonics HotMemeand its antinomialq dualq:

Quantonics HotMeme™ "Quantum~antinomialism issi quantons(partial_absence_of_superposition,partial_absence_of_cancellation)."™ Quantonics HotMeme

See QELRs of cancellation, partial.

Thinkq of this very simplyq as an comma~nospace evolvingq wave~functional adjunctq of quantum~complementarity: quantons(antinomialR,antinomialT).

Doug - 5Dec2014.

Garner quantum~antinomial~autsimilarity of qycl¤ihdic wave~functions' phasementalingq interrelationshipings as signaturesq of their evolvingq omnifferencings. This is what we intend by " ¤mniht¤ring ." I.e., ¤mniht¤ring as quantum~phasemental~comparative~measurement of ahcti¤nings among wave~functions. We can use this mæmæ¤ to, e.g., assess both cha¤s and æquihlihbria l¤cally and n¤nl¤cally ihn quantum~systems. Regarding quantum~assessment, also see Doug's recent efforts on Quantum~Qubital~Aspects. Doug - 2Dec2014, 15Sep2015.

We may choose to thinkq of quantum~antinomia as quantons(some_evolving_flux_pattern,some_other_evolving_flux_pattern). Antinomiaq stochasticallyq (near real timings) manage (by omnitoring) fluxq pattern interrelationshipingsq. For extreme and dense detail, see Doug's QELR of equilibria.

"Doug, why would we want to use a meme of antinomy to manage whatings happenings nextings in our experience of reality? William James, as profoundly~paraphrased by William Durant, answered better than any other philosopher Doug has studied. Compare Doug's HotMeme™ "Chaos manages equilibria."™ Doug's HotMeme™. Doug - 21Nov2014.

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'antinotic'

: Antinotic

: Antihn¤tihc

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'antintotic'

: Antintotic

: Antihnt¤tihc

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'antisociotic'

: Antisociotic

: Antihs¤ci¤tihc

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'appeal'

: Appeal

: Appæal

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'approximate'

: Approximate

: Appr¤ihmatæ

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'arches'

: Arches

: Arches

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'are'

Etymology - Classical - are

<r-aa-ee>

Quantonics chooses (ch¤¤ses) t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'are' amd remerq ahll quantum comtextual ¤ccurræncæs wihth 'aræ.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'are.' Ihn Quantonics/quantum comtexts wæ shahll uhsæ 'aræ.'

Classical objects 'are' dichonically objective.

Quantum fluxes 'aræ' quantonically quantum.

See: be.

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'ascendant'

Etymology - Classical - ascendant

: Ascendant; ascendent, etc. (also astrological: just above eastern horizon)

: Ascændant, ascændænt, etc. Ephemeral uplifting of that being described.

In quantum~reality, one may choose to thinkq of tentative (NDEs) and durational (colloquially known as 'death') transition from actuality to n¤nactuality as a kind of ultimate tapping into 'reserve energy.' A biblical analogue of this would be "going to heaven."

Doug has taken a more practical approach to this issue, which more closely aligns our imminent immersion in A Quantum Millennium III. He has found ancient references to memeos of a kind of partial ascension, and what Doug without realizing until recently, is what Doug intends by "straddling." To Doug, as quantum~gn¤sists, each individual can learn to be in actuality and, while being in actuality, learn to be both straddling our individual actuality and partially straddling n¤nactuality quantum~phasistically. In Quantonicsese it appears as:

Quantonics HotMeme™ "Quantum~straddling issi quanton(partial_n¤nactuality,individual_actuality)."™ Quantonics HotMeme™ .

That is what Doug means when he says, "Individuals can quantumly learn to tap into quantum~holographic~reserve~energy." Con(m)sider well and deeply how each individual has a unique (omnique) and endlessly evolving experience quantum~straddling. For example, classicists cannot, lack quantum~qua to, do it. Why? It is an evolutionary process, and hylic classicists only believe in classical 'state.' Doug's experience shows that more we practice this, better we can do it. But we never arrive since n¤nactuality is n¤nconceptually immense and quantumly~forever~evolving.

Ancient (i.e., pre biblical Abraham) Autiot as described by Carlo Suares explains how this was taken for granted and how "Autiot ciphered" uses words similar "We are ihn iht and iht issi ihn us" (see New Testament's Farewell Discourse) to express this ongoing partial ascension which is available to those who learn how. See Suares' Song of Songs, Sepher Yetsira, and Cipher Genesis (and you can have all three of those in his Trilogy). More blatantly - Suares goes to this issue in his last text published just a year prior his death, entitled The Second Coming of Reb YHShWH.

Doug - 4Mar2010.

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'associate'
'association'
'associative'

Etymology - Classical - associate

: Associate

: Ass¤ciatæ, ass¤ciati¤n, ass¤ciati¤nings, ass¤ciati¤ns, ass¤ciatihve, ass¤ciatihvihties, ass¤ciatihvihty, ass¤ciatihvihtyings, etc.

Quantonics chooses (ch¤¤ses) t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'associate' amd remerq ahll quantum comtextual ¤ccurræncæs wihth 'ass¤ciatæ.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'associate.' Ihn Quantonics/quantum comtexts wæ shahll uhsæ 'ass¤ciatæ.'

Classical 'associations' are always logical, Aristotelian excluded | middle, objective, 1:1 associative/correspondent, cause | effect 'interactions.'

Quantum/quantonic ass¤ciati¤ns aræ complementary, ihncludæd~mihddle, myriad ensemble, æværywhere ass¤ciatihve, pr¤babilistihc affæctings~¤utc¤mings ihnterrelati¤nships.

This quantum mæmæ issi partihcularly valuablæ f¤r th¤se ¤f uhs wh¤ w¤rry ab¤ut AI appliances. For example, a classical SON whose memory is 'associative' is innately incapable of real AI. Classical memories are radically formal (excluded | middle) mechanisms whose constituents are formal dichons/bits/digits/nats.

By c¤mparihs¤n, a quantum SON, and quantum SOONs...

...¤ffers ihntrinsihc, hl AI capablilihties. Quantum mæm¤hries aræ c¤mplæmæntary, n¤n~mæchanisms (sææ Bohm ¤n "n¤nmæchanihcs ¤f quanta," nMoQ) wh¤se comstihtuænts aræ physial qubits. Wæ may scrihpt a qubiht lihkæ this:

qubiht quanton(n¤nahctualihty,ahctualihty).

That scrihpt issi excællænt, but iht hidæs a lot ¤f quantum æssænce.

Læt's l¤¤k at ihts ahctual part fihrst, as a quantonic ahctual qubiht:

qubihtal_quanton(n¤nømniht¤rable_ahctual_c¤mplæmænt,ømniht¤rable_ahctual_c¤mplæmænt)

qubihtal_quanton_ratio(~10q22q_parts_n¤nmoniht¤rable,1_part_moniht¤rable)

See our Quantum_Sensory_Bandwidth_Perspicacities_and_Perspicuities.

And if we ponder a qubital quanton's n¤nahctual to actual ratio, it issi n¤nømniht¤rably vaster. For example, there is enough is¤ænærgy in one cubic centimeter of our ¤mnihværses to make ~1052 of our known classical 'universes!'

See:

Duæ abs¤lutæ quantum anihmacy, quantum umcærtainty, ubihquiht¤uhs Bell inequalities, SON EIMAs, sorso, etc., n¤ tw¤ qubihts ihn a quantum ass¤ciatihve mæm¤ry aræ ævær 'classically identical' l¤nger than a fæw Planck m¤mænts. Thuhs n¤ tw¤ sets ¤f qubihts aræ ævær 'classically identical' l¤nger than a fæw Planck m¤mænts.

A græht eæmplar hæræ issi a quantum h¤l¤graphic mæm¤ry. Ihf wæ c¤mparæ any tw¤ subqp¤rti¤ns ¤f any anihmatæ EIMA quantum SON h¤l¤gram(ings), they wihll nævær bæ ihdæntihcal l¤nger than a fæw Planck m¤mænts.

Classicists' holograms are space-time stoppable. New ones can be classically manufactured which when viewed in SOM's box with SOM's axiomatic ESQ empaquetage firmly encrusted. Classicists' holograms stop in three space dimensions and a single time dimension. SOM time is uni-time: "one temporal dimension fits all." No two parts of any stopped hologram may change until SOM unitime is restarted. No two parts of any unitemporally, in motion, classical hologram can 'free will' change asynchronously from any other hologram part. Classicists have no means of describing any classical hologram which is in motion. To describe and classically 'analyze' its states and their associations, classicists have to stop any 'in motion' hologram.

Classicists are incapable of describing physical 'in motion' animate process, due their axiom of classical analytic stoppability and state. As Bergson has said so well and so eloquently, "One can analyze a state (object, thing), but one may not analyze a process."

Quantum ræhlihty issi anihmatæ EIMA pr¤cæssings!

Classical reality is inanimate EEMD objects.

Quantum h¤l¤gram(ing)s' subqp¤rti¤ns (quantum ihslands) æværywhere ihncludæd-mihddle ass¤ciatæ, but l¤cahlly æv¤lve p¤lychr¤nihcahlly ihn their ¤wn asynchr¤n¤uhs amd heterogæne¤uhs quantum tihmings. Quantum tihmæ issi ubihquiht¤uhsly heterogæne¤uhs ihn quantum ahctualihty. Quantum tihmings amd tehmp¤ralihties aræ mihxtures ¤f quantum cohera. Quantum CH3ings aræ mahssihve affæctati¤nal æmærgings ¤f n¤vel ræhlihty.

See autonomy, associate, hologram, time.

See independence, lisr.

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'asymmetry'

Etymology - Classical - asymmetry:

 

Etymology - Quantum:

 

Synonyms - Classical:

  • unbalanced
  • unequal
  • unlike
  • unreflective
  • not analogous
  • confused
  • decoherent
  • dissimilar
  • etc.

Synonyms - Quantum:

  •  

: Asymmetric, asymmetricity, asymmetry, etc.

Classical asymmetry is almost always fathomed dialectically.

For example, unitime is either reversible or irreversible. Reversible unitime is fathomed as symmetric (like positive-negative integer number 'line'). Irreversible unitime cannot be negated so it is fathomed 'asymmetric.' Asymmetry here is an issue of dialectical mirror-imaging.

Uni-direction is fathomed similarly. Explicitly in classical physics "velocity is symmetric," but "speed is asymmetric." Notice how velocity integrates to zero (balancing) when one returns to one's 'original locus.' Another classical super bogosity, since one may never return to one's original locus.

A classical teeter-totter is symmetric (balanced) when its passengers are of classically 'equal' weight and positioned identically on opposite ends of said teeter-totter. It is asymmetric whenever it is unbalanced.

Most of this classical asymmetry depends on (monism's) 'uni-' notions adhering objectively-negatable classical dialectic canonic 'laws.'

: Asymmætrihc, asymmætrihcihty, asymmætry, etc.

Doug's best exemplar of quantum~asymmetry is quanton(isoflux,flux) AKA quanton(nonactuality,actuality) which are autsimilar Pirsig's quanton(DQ,SQ).

As DQ is asymmetric SQ, so too are isoflux asymmetric flux and nonactuality asymmetric actuality. We can do similarly with Doug's quanton(bookcase,credit_card) cosmic analogy. Also see Doug's graphic analogy of quantum~reality's flux spectrum.

Why is there so much asymmetry in quantum~reality?

We can make a list of affectors which engender asymmetry:

  • flux quantization,
  • flux scintillation,
  • flux stochasticity,
  • ubiquitous islandic ensemble flux packetization and perpetual~fractal self~other recursive reorganization,
  • quantum~awarenessings,
  • hologramicity, holographicity, holograilicity,
  • middle~inclusion,
  • everywhere~omnivalent~associationings (another way of saying "hologramic"),
  • entanglement,
  • uncertainty,
  • enthymemeticity,
  • evolutionarily~perpetual partiality,
  • most, if n¤t all, quantum~radicals, (See a partial list here. Doug - 9Mar2012.)
  • and on and on and on...

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 Asymmetry Affectors

 Doug's Quantum~Remediative Comcision
1. flux quantization

Quantization pluralizes all reality into packets of compound fluxings. These may emerq ensembles of EWings. EWings may appear "locally coherent." In that sense they may behave as "larger packets." Neurons are a good example here. Another is a ammonia molecule.

See Doug's Free Will as Quantization. Latter finds its bases in Henri Bergson's opus.

2. flux scintillation

This is quantum~reality's great miracle, which without quantization would be impossible. It is a miracle since it desnouers selection as essence of quantum~evolution. Selection, of course, is quantum~reality's tell of its own subjective co affectation. Latter Doug coined as "coobsfection." Also see Doug's QELR of 'choice.'

Recall Pirsig's genius in Lila, p. 104, Bantam 1st edition, 1991? Pirsig wrote, paraphrased, "Instead of A causes B, we must learn to understand that B Values precondition A." Doug improved on that given quantum~plurality borne of quantization as "Bings are perpetually Valuings Aings." This absolute change wholly dynamic quantum~reality process is essence of reality's ubiquitous choosings of "whatings happenings nextings."

Two very quantum phenomena emerge from quantization~scintillation:

  1. ubiquitous awarenessings (AKA cosmic consciousness), and
  2. packetized EWings' quantum~free~willings at all scales of quantum~reality.

As you may choose to infer those phenomena omnistinguish profoundly quantum~hermeneutics and exegeses of reality from rather naïve classical comparatives.

They show us ad occulos how a quantum~world~view is vastly superior any classical world view!

Doug - 16May2011.

3. flux stochasticity Essence of a quantum~wave~essential reality and its macroscopic uncertainty. All wave energy flux is stochastic thus implicitly 'positive.' Wave energy may be canceled but never classically negated. One philosophical implication is that cosmic energy is perpetual.

4.

ensemble flux packetization See quanta, scintillation, scin~quan Quantum~Value loop, A Reservoir of Wave Packets, A 3D Fuzzon, Fermion Onta, Gen III Reality Loop, Doug's A Quantum~Politics Primer, etc.
5. quantum~awarenessings See scintillation just above.
6. hologramicity, holographicity, holograilicity All quantum~wave wellings of cosmic energy EIMA, to greater and lesser affectationings, both all EWings and isoflux perpetually. See Doug's What is Grail?
7. middle~inclusion Quantum~essence of EIMA and its companion holographicity.
8. everywhere~omnivalent~associationings See EIMA and Doug's coining of omnivalent.
9. entanglement Unentangled integer spin EWings tend n¤t to interfere one another.
10. uncertainty See Doug's QELR of uncertainty.
11. enthymemeticity See enthymeme.
12. evolutionarily~perpetual partiality See quantum~partiality.

13.

quantum~radicals See reality's quantum~radicals.

By Doug Renselle ©Quantonics, Inc., 2011-2030
(9Mar2012 rev - New items five and thirteen added.)

When one understands that all quantum~reality issi flux; then space, time, mass, and gravity all become manifesta of flux. Quantum~flux is perpetual and so it is reality's perpetual agency of absolute change and absolute motion: perpetuities themselves. Doug - 17May2011.

Then when one packet~quantizes all flux and allows it and its ensemble Energy~Wellings to recognize itself and entangled~other and selectively scintillate self and other we achieve Creative Evolution itself which is (due list above) perpetually asymmetric.

Doug used following graphic to show quantum~equilibrium of an ensemble of quantized EWings' coobsfective NTQ (Near To Quiescence) evolving interrelationshipings:

Eidetically it is apparent that all of those interrelationshipings represent quantized~scintilla. Each manifests massively heterolithic quantization of spacings and timings. Classical 'direction' becomes essentially meaningless. Temporal and spatial classical 'linearity' is simply absent. Notions of y=f(t) uncloak classical dialectic's moronic retardation. Simply, classical dialectic is deceit!

Notice too that asymmetry is obvious.

See Doug's QELR of symmetry.

Doug - 15-17May2011.

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'atemporal'
'atemporality'

: Atemporal, etc.

Classical atemporality carries an assumption that reality is analytic. Reality may be measured since a classical notion of stable 'state' 'exists.'

So classical atemporality implies that reality is analytically stoppable.

Implications of this bogus assumption include classical denials of:

  • absolute change,
  • evolution, and
  • quantum~reality, i.e., viewing quantum~reality as perverse and equivocal, and so on...

Classicists turn off Planck's clock in order to make reality atemporal, to stop reality.

So classical 'atemporality' distills to classical assumptions of stoppability and "zero momentum" state-icity. Classical 'atemporality' is "time free" 'state.'

Notice how this resonates with classical science's attempts to make itself "value free."

Doug - 27Jun2011, 4Jul2011.

: Atæmp¤ral, etc.

Quantum~reality requires that we discard classical notions of atemporality as bogus.

A quantum memeo of atæmp¤rality is entirely omniffering classical notions of stoppability.

Quantum~atæmp¤rality is about zero latency (n¤ 'time' in a sense of instantaneous affectation) of systemic quantum~correlation independent of system separation 'distance.' See spin correlation as an exemplar.

Another exemplar is gravity. Quantum~gravity, regardless of mass separations, is atæmp¤ral, i.e., gravity's coaffectation is literally instantaneous. Quantum~gravitational attraction is zero latency, absent any temporal comsiderationings. This explains why Einstein's "gravity is acceleration" is utter potty time kindergarten retardation. Acceleration is temporal.

We see here how quantum~scihænce issi intrinsically "Value full." Quality as absolute flux is "ever present," perpetual, and often expresses itself phenomenally as instantaneous, zero latency, atæhmp¤ralihty.

We may also fathom quantum~reality as unstoppably~atemporal, i.e., not classically OSFA stoppably-monotemporal. Quantum~reality issi n¤t stoppablyc analyticc! Timingsq ihn quantum~reality are plural and heterogeneous. Each quantum may have its own local timeq, so any ensembleq of quanta is also an ensemble of many timingsq and many quanta. It may then be apparent that many timingsq must be viewed as stochasticq and their superpositionsq may too be viewed as evolvingq hologra[[il][m][ph]] icq wavefunctionsq of many temporalq evolvingq wavefunctionsq. Doug - 4Aug2011.

Doug - 27Jun2011, 4Jul2011, 4Aug2011, 12Sep2011, 27Mar2014.

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'attractor'

: Attractor, etc.

: Attrahct¤r, etc.

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'autonomy'

: Autonomy

: Aut¤n¤m¤uhs, aut¤n¤my, aut¤n¤mies, etc.

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'awareness'

Etymology - Classical - aware, awareness:

 

Etymology - Quantum:

  • Several authors we have read refer notions and memes to which we might attach historic meaning to a quantum~meme of reality as awareness, reality as intrinsically aware, even reality as thought, as thinkqing.
    • Essene Jesus
    • Buddha
    • Most gnostics (Valentinian, Peratæan, Ophite, Naassene, Essene (Judæan), Chaldæan, etc.)
    • Probably several other Eastern philosophers with whom we are 'reading level' unfamiliar
    • Thales (Doug hasn't read Thales. Relevant Gaia, though Gaia assumes a dyslexic classical holism which begs monism, which is antithetical gnosis. Gnostics flatly decry, "monism as deceit." Please grasp that quantum~holograms are massively quantum~hetero~con(m)textual and up to Planck rate quantum~hetero~evolving.)
    • Anaximenes (Doug hasn't read.)
    • Heraclitus
    • Voltaire
    • Henri Louis Bergson
    • William James
    • Thomas Edison
    • Philip R. Wallace (He may disagree!)
    • Robert M Pirsig
    • Kafatos and Nadeau (Conscious Universe)
    • Several authors re Gaia
    • Probably Giordano Bruno
    • Probably Johann Georg Hamann
    • In general, panpsychism
    • In general, natural philosophers
    • etc.

Synonyms - Classical:

  • consciousness,
  • understanding,
  • knowledge,
  • objection, (noun)
  • etc.

Synonyms - Quantum:

  • coobsfection,
  • protocognition,
  • re~cognition,
  • holo~cognition,
  • recursive~cognition,
  • stindyanic~fractal~EIMA~cognition,
  • subjection, (noun)
  • etc.

: Aware, awareness, awares, etc.

Classical awareness is unilateral, concrete, objective, state-ic, etc. Classical awareness is thingy. Classicists are aware of that which holds still and tend to see that which changes as phenomenal, except for objective y=f(t) unitemporal, cartesian motion. Classically it is absurd to imagine that which observes as affective that observed and vice versa.

: Awaræ, awaræness, awarænessing, awarænessings, awaræs, etc.

Quantum~awareness issi coobsfective, holographic, fractal~recursive, holo~cognitive, holo~re~cognitive quantum~occurrencings.

Those quantum~occurrencings which account for existence of awarenessq cann¤t happen in a staticc actualityc. N¤r can they happen without antinomialismq. Antinomialism (omnifferencingsq among wave~function (qwfs)) generates qwf signaturesq which are those quantum~occurrencings of living quantons.

Antinomialismq is required for awarenessingsq and their hyper relativeq comsciousnessq.

Doug - 10Mar2015.

Here are a list of pages in Quantonics' web site which 'use' quantum~awareness in our QELR omniscriptions and omniscriminationings of quantum~reality:

'Quantum~awareness' usages:

A_Quantonics_Millennium_III_English_Language_Remediation_S.html
Bohm_EUUaC_Research_Review.html
Level_3_TQS_2005_News_Dec.html
Level_3_TQS_2005_News_Feb.html
Level_3_TQS_2007_News_Mar.html
Qtx_Poisson_Bracketings.html
Review_Hume_DCNR_Part_II.html

'Quantum awareness' usages:

AH_Doug_Dialogue_Sartre.html
A_Quantonics_Millennium_III_English_Language_Remediation_I.html
A_Quantonics_Millennium_III_English_Language_Remediation_R.html
Bergsons_Creative_Evolution_Topic_22.html
Bergsons_Creative_Evolution_Topic_23.html
Bergsons_Creative_Evolution_Topic_25.html
Bergsons_Creative_Evolution_Topic_26.html
Bergsons_Creative_Evolution_Topic_35.html
Bergsons_Time_and_Free_Will_Topic_15.html
Bergsons_Time_and_Free_Will_Topic_24.html
Bergsons_Time_and_Free_Will_Topic_28.html
Bergsons_Time_and_Free_Will_Topic_29.html
Bergsons_Time_and_Free_Will_Topic_35.html
Bergsons_Time_and_Free_Will_Topic_4.html
Bohm_EUUaC_Research_Review.html
How_to_Become_A_Student_of_Quantonics.html
How_to_Tap_Into_Reserve_Energy.html
Level_3_TQS_2001_News.html
Level_5_QTO_What_is_Wrong_with_SOMs_Boolean_Logic.html
Level_6_QTO_MoQ_And_Language.html
Level_8_QTO_RaW_Quotes_with_Comments.html
Quantum_Connection.html
Review_of_Clifford_Geertz_Available_Light.html
Revu_Satinover_Qtm_Brain.html
Stairs_As_Perceived_by_Our_Quantum_Stages.html

Thank you for reading,

Doug - 22Dec2008.

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'axiom'

Etymology - Classical - axiom:

 

Etymology - Quantum:

 

Synonyms - Classical:

  • theorem
  • truism
  • proposition
  • principle
  • formula
  • precept
  • rule
  • law
  • dictum

Synonyms - Quantum:

  •  

: Axiom

: Ai¤m, ai¤ms, ai¤ming, ai¤mings, etc.

Quantonics chooses (ch¤¤ses) t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'axiom' amd remerq ahll quantum comtextual ¤ccurræncæs wihth 'axi¤m.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'axiom.' Ihn Quantonics/quantum comtexts wæ shahll uhsæ 'axi¤m.'

Where classical 'axiom' begs objective staticity and semantic stability, quantum 'axi¤m' mamdatæs ahll quantum statihc/stabile pattærns ¤f Valuæ have tæntatih amd quantum umcærtain hl pærsistæncies.

Quantum systæmihc (i.e., aggrægatæ quanton ihslandihc) st¤chastihc pærsistæncies may bæ statistihcahlly assæssed as umcærtain as ¤næ Plahnck læast quantum ¤mniht ¤f ahcti¤n, amd as paratemporally umcærtain as s¤mæ multiples ¤f Plahnck læast quanta. Ræhlihzæ that ensemble quantal affæctihve pærsistæncy Valuæ ihnterrelati¤nships aræ b¤th l¤cal amd n¤nl¤cal, b¤th subqluminal amd supærluminal, is¤~¤mnihthog¤nal, etc. See QTP.

Wæ shahll uhsæ sihnglæ qu¤tes whæn ræferring these tærms, ræspæctihvæly, "¤ut ¤f com/comtexts."

See: absolute, certain, fact, law, principle, rule, tautology, truth.

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