hologram, holograph, etc.
Please allow Doug to put hologra in a Pirsigean MoQ quantum~perspective.
From an MoQ~quantum perspective how can we intuit that reality
Pirsig's MoQ shows us that reality is many truthings and all
those truthings are quantum~relatively
Notice we are n¤t using 'truth' here. Classical truth is dialectical.
Quantum~truthings are emergent, they adapt, they evolve, and
their fluxings compenetrate other quantum~fluxings (quanta),
latter which we refer as "quantum~included~middlings."
Doug calls this reality a "many truthings" reality.
Now allow us to substitute "viewings" for "truthings."
Doug calls this reality a "many viewings" reality.
And these viewings are all "coobsfective"
and "interrelative:" holographic.
All reality, including human societies, do that. They
coobsfect, compenetratingly, interrelatively, self~other. That
We call that more generally, a self~other~organizing~network:
a quantum SOON.
What is a SOON?
Holograms are many quantum~fluxing~interrelative viewings,
many quantum~fluxing~interrelative truthings. Holograms quantum~phase~encode
many quantum~fluxing~interrelative viewings, many quantum~fluxing~interrelative
is hologra of many quantum~fluxing~interrelative viewings,
many quantum~fluxing~interrelative truthings.
Pirsig was right: the
Sophists were closer to "getting it" than the
dialecticians ever were or ever would be. Quality over Quantity.
Good over Truth. Individual above Society. And so on... No kidding!
(For some affirmation read Anthony Gottlieb's The Dream of
Reason, Chapter 9 'The Sophists,' Norton, 2002 paperback.
Doug - 3Feb2006.
Classical holograms are stopped, EEMD,
classically state-associative optical networks. Classically any
number of holograms may be identical to one another.
Classical holograms are three dimensional and unitemporal.
Classical holograms adhere Maxwell's thermodynamic 'laws.' Latter
imposes a monoentropic view of classical reality: single
gradient posentropy, and monodirectional unitime. Said view imposes
massive systemic synchronicity, cause-effect, systemic closure
to achieve 'laws' of conservation, determinism, stoppability,
Classical reality is state. Classical thingking methods are
incapable of analyzing real process.
n¤ tw¤ h¤l¤grams
may ævær bæ
t¤ ¤næ an¤thær
l¤nger than a fæw
m¤mænts. Quantum h¤l¤gramings
C. Maxwell's 'laws'
¤f thærm¤dynamihcs. Quantum ræhlihty issi p¤lyæntr¤pihc amd p¤lyc¤herænt.
issi ¤pæn, affæctati¤nal, æmærgænt,
(umcærtain), umst¤ppable, etc.
issi pr¤cæss. Quantum thinkqing
m¤dæs aræ læarnings h¤wings
Wæ can ¤ffer tw¤ illuhstratihvæ
- A classicist measuring a hologram, and
¤mniht¤ring a h¤l¤gram:
Classicist Measuring a Hologram -
Said classicist may, for example, take a holograph photographic
negative and project it to achieve a state-ic holographic image.
S-he may choose a subportion of that hologram for further investigation.
S-he may choose to cut out said subportion and project it. S-he
may, for example, analytically compare visible scalar magnitudinal
differences pixel by pixel across both images.
What set of implicit assumptions is our classicist making?
- reality is stoppable (no respectable hologram moves or evolves
while one is measuring it; in Quantonics we call this classical
assumption and concomitant theory and practice "scalarbation")
- reality will conveniently hold still while classical scalar
measurements are conducted
Omniht¤ring a H¤l¤graming
uhp a test rig t¤ run a h¤l¤graphic
S-he may ch¤¤se
a subqp¤rti¤n ¤f saihd
f¤r further study. S-he wihll
quantum computers amd quantum sæns¤rs t¤
ømniht¤r as many as
p¤ssible quantum anihmatæ
ass¤ciati¤nings ar¤umd saihd
subqp¤rti¤n comtext. Saihd
h¤l¤gram issi slightly ¤mnisturbæd by he-r quantum ¤mniht¤ring
pr¤cæssings amd he-r
techniquæs can bæ ræfihnæd t¤ minimihzæ
(nævær eliminatæ) any ¤mnisturbances.
What set ¤f ihmplihciht assumpti¤ns
issi ¤ur quantumihst making?
quantum ræhlihty issi umst¤ppable, abs¤lutæly
quantum pr¤cæss as 'alihve'
amd muhst d¤ s¤ n¤n
associate, autonomy, our stairs as
See: our What
is Wrong with Probability as Value., Bases
of Judgment, Measurement.
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