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Quantonics' Quantum Remediation
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Millennium III
by Doug Renselle
: 20Jul2002


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Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'o' amd remerq all quantum comtextual occurrences with '¤.'

In classical contexts we shall use, e.g., 'to,' 'coopt,' etc. In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use, e.g., 't¤,' 'c¤¤pt,' etc.

We shall use single qu¤tes when referring these c¤¤pted w¤rds, respectively, "¤ut ¤f con/comtexts."

We may ¤pti¤nally n¤t use '¤' in terms ¤f prefixes already c¤ined ¤r c¤¤pted. We may ¤pti¤nally n¤t use '¤' in w¤rds which require capitalizati¤n amd start with 'O.' We ch¤¤se n¤t t¤ use '¤' in pr¤per names amd ¤ther 'sacred' w¤rds. Our reas¤ns f¤r ch¤¤sing this appr¤ach include:

  • 'o' is almost a de facto classical symbol for classical object, which we wish to displace with Quantonic quanton,
  • 'o' appears in countless classical English words, implicitly offering Quantonics a means ¤f frequent refreshing ¤f readers' quantum comtextual sensibilities amd awarenesses,
  • etc.

One way y¤u may ch¤¤se t¤ think ab¤ut ¤ur use ¤f a quantum '¤' is that it is a quantized classical 'o.' That is, we t¤¤k a classical 'o' amd put f¤ur little 'hash' quanta ar¤und its perimeter.

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Object n. before 1398 object tangible thing; borrowed from Old French object, and directly from Medieval Latin Objectum thing put before: (the mind or sight), neuter of Latin objectus, past participle of obicere to present, oppose, cast in the way of (ob. against + -icere. combining form of to throw).

The meaning of a thing aimed at, purpose, goal, is first recorded probably before 1425.—v. Probably about 1400 obiecten; borrowed from Old French objecter, objeter, and directly from Latin objectare to cite as grounds for disapproval, frequentative form of obicere to oppose.

From Barnhart, Dictionary of Etymology.

Synonyms - classical:

  • logic:
    • material
    • substantial
    • above subject
    • stable
    • immutable
    • unchanging - nonevolutionary
    • independent
    • excluded-middle
    • negation
  • value:
    • dislike
    • dissent
    • opposition
    • intention
    • deprecation
    • hindrance
    • unbelief
    • refute
    • deny

Synonyms - quantum:

  • illusion
  • delusion
  • oxymora
  • quantum complement of subjæct
  • ~sobject

: Object, etc.

Classically 'object' is above and before subject.

'Object' as may be seen from etymology to left, is a pure dialectical 'form.' See our QELP of object.

: Objæct, etc.

Pirsig's MoQ inverts classicism's O over S hierarchy. See our SOM sVo animation.

Quantum reality, and nature's own manifestations show us memeotically and hermeneutically that ontological process emphasizes qualitative subjectivity (AKA "Valuation") and belies any classical quantitative objectivity (AKA "scalarbation").

Pirsig's MoQ shows us how, what classicists call either Subject or Object (i.e., dichon(S, O) and EOOO(S, O)), is actually both Subject and Object (i.e., quanton(S,O) and BAWAM(S,O)).

In Quantonics, classical objects are illusions, self delusions. In Quantonics, objects do not exist, rather quantons exist. Quantons are quantum complements of what classicists refer: both objective and subjective. We use our quantonic script to illustrate like this quanton(subjective_apparency,objective_apparency).

Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'object' amd remerq all quantum comtextual occurrences with 'quanton.'

See our QELP object. See SOM Issues. See SOM limitations. See SOM Reality Loop. See What is Wrong with SOM Logic?

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Etymology - Classical: occur

Etymology - Quantum

Synonyms - Classical

  • happen
  • y=f(t) cartesian lisr stoppable event
  • arise
  • transpire
  • befall
  • mental occasion as occurrence
  • change as state
  • change of constancy
  • "movement by immobility"
  • "movement as motion of non evolvables"
  • etc.

Synonyms - Quantum

  • happenings
  • processings
  • change as process
    • change as adiabatic,
    • change as n¤nadiabatic,
    • apply those change quantum~complements to:
      • cha¤s and
      • æquihlihbria
  • change as Planck rate variability
  • stindyanic evolutionings
  • change as waves...flux
  • change as omnitorable stochasticings
  • metaentropa and metacohera as quantum~holographic metamorphing of zeroentropic th~oughts and posentropic emerscents (as actualizing, emerscenturing quantum~th~¤ughts)
  • etc.

It has taken Doug nearly ten years to build enough personal, individual, quantum~gn¤stic qua, enough personal, individual, quantum~gn¤stic quantum~wisdom, to take on this QELR of 'occur.'

"Doug, why has it taken so long?"

Recall Doug's earlier omniscriptions of John von Neumann's attempts to describe "quantum~special~events." Recall Pirsig's almost normative, "Quality is an event." Recall how it took Doug, from Quantonics' beginnings in about 1995 until about 2003, to fully accept Bohm's, Talbot's, Pietsch's, and Pribram's memes of reality as holographic.

Then, only recently, Doug has been able to put quantum~probability (more generally, stochastics) in a quantum~enthymemetic schema of supporting quantum~stochastics in terms of quantum~events as quantum~pr¤cæssings. Doug's full acceptance of that enthymeme didn't happen until Doug omniscovered ancients' quantum~gn¤stic memes of "redemption as quantum~pr¤cæss." See Doug's extensive omniscussion on Commutativity and Enthymemetics at our CeodE 2002 EPR table.

Doug didn't have a problem of describing classical 'events' and all their apparently unbounded problematics! We list many of those problematics under our QELR link to 'event,' above.

Doug had a problem of describing, generally what historically has been labeled, 'quantum~event' as quantum~pr¤cæss.

What our goal has been, ever since we made this 'occur' entry in our QELR quantum~vis-à-vis~classical lexicon, is to ethically and skillfully (i.e., n¤n dialectically) describe what we intend when we say "quantum~ævænt," and "quantum~occurrence." Doug feels con(m)fident he is ready to do that now, CeodE14Dec2008.

Allow us to make a penultimate observation. Occurrence and event are quasi duals of one another, so whatever we describe for 'event' will likely apply to 'occur,' and vice versa.

: occur, occurred, occurrence, occurs, etc.

Classically, an 'occurrence' is a, posentropic-only, state change, a change of state. Trouble is that classical change is an always 'non' adiabatic event which is zero latency. 'Zero latency' is classical dialectical 'science' and 'philosophy' disabling quantum~reality, turning off Planck's frequency, disabling Planck's reality clock. Doug's use of 'zero latency' in that last sentence is purely classical. Temporality and atemporality have entirely omniffering semantics in classical 'contexts' vis-à-vis quantum comtexts. Time is homogeneous in classical contexts and heterogeneous in quantum comtexts. Atemporality is 'total absence of time (as a classical posentropic-only-proxy for change)' in classical contexts (strawmen versions like SOM) and n¤nl¤cal correlation (e.g., gravity, and zær¤ lahtæncy spatially~arbitrary signaling) in quantum comtexts. Doug - 9,28Dec2011.

Why? Classicists have made some terrible assumptions about how change is adequately 'described' 'simply' as 'change of state.' Stoppability is presumed! State permits ideal scalarbation (measurement of that which is stopped: state-ic).

Classicists deny real, natural, evolutionary process as a means of describing occurrences.

Take a look at these graphics:


HotMeme™ "Classical Time is a Monism. Monism is Deceit."™ HotMeme

Doug - 8Jan2009.

Ideal Classical Fundamentalist Science Modeled as a Monotemporal 'Process' Pluralism of Ideal 'States,' and Ideal 'Events.'

View classical 'events' here as classical 'occurrences.'

View classical stoppability 'events' AKA 'point occurrences' here as zero latency.

Zeno's Stoppability Modeled as Alterations of:

  • Stop...
  • Unlimited Acceleration
  • Stop...
  • Unlimited Acceleration
  • etc.

Ideal Classical Fundamentalist Science and Religion Mapping of Quantum Flux onto Ideal 'States.'

A Digital Reality.

A Dialectical Reality!

Bottom line, based upon those graphics and Doug's omniscriptions of those graphics, classical dialectic and analytic notions of 'occur' and 'occurrence' are simply bogus. Why? Reality isn't static. Reality is relentless, forever changing, adapting and evolving quantum flux.

: ¤ccur, ¤ccurred, ¤ccurræncæ, ¤ccurs, etc.

Quantum~occurrencings are quantum~stochastic quantum~processings.

That sentence puts extraordinary limitationings on what we can call an "occurrence," and an "event." We say that like this, "Quantum~occurrences have Value." To say that more absolutely in terms of:

  • quantum~comsistency as always fluxing , and
  • quantum~completeness as fluxes all,

...we say, "Quantum~¤ccurræncæs aræ ihn Valuæ amd Valuæ issi ihn Quantum~¤ccurræncæs."

Doug, what does that mean?

Value is re cognizable. Latter means we need a growing, evolvable holographic network of patterns which we may compare with omnique value impinging upon a given hologram.

An omnique value may not be re cognizable, if it is impinging first time ever on said hologram. If omnique value recurs, it then becomes a recognizable recurrencing.

Holograms adiabatically cognize omnique value, and adiabatically recognize recurrent valuings.

So we must quantumly omnistinguish omnique value occurrences and similar valuings' recurrencings.

In a familiar quantum~environment recurrencings (equilibria) predominate. In an unfamiliar quantum~environment, initially, occurrencings (chaos) predominate and gradually decline (quantum~gradient rapid decay of chaos back into equilibrium) as they evolve into quantum~autsimilar~recurrencings (equilibria). In quantonicsese, quantonics script, we may narrate chaos nissin equilibria.

All recurrencings are similar prior recurrencings, but they are never 'identical' to prior recurrencings. An implication is that all holograms must adapt and coadapt to relentless quantum~evolution of pattern valuings in their rqcs~environmentings.

We can summarize what we have so far in a...

Quantonics' Holographic HotMeme
"Our quantum~stage hologramings' Quality depends upon their qua to be relentlessly doing cognizings, recognizings, and adaptively omniscriminatings their
Quantonics' Holographic HotMeme™.
Readers please cognize and recognize how autsimilar Doug's words are to Autiot!

Let's establish a Quantonics' QELR approach for variations of occur and recur using these proprietary linguistics:

  • Cognition: Occur, occur, Occurrence, occurrence - Ohccur, ¤ccur, Ohccurræncæ, ¤ccurræncæ
  • Recognition: Recur, recur, Recurrence, recurrence - Ræcur, ræcur, Ræcurræncæ, ræcurræncæ
  • Omniscrimination: Adapt, adapt, Coadapt, coadapt - Adahpt, adahpt, C¤adahpt, c¤adahpt

From any complementarospective of macroscopic quantum~chaos and quantum~equilibria, we can surmise that chaos manifests as unfamiliar~cognitive~occurrencings' overburden, while equilibria manifest themselves as familiar~recognition~recurrencings as a kind of quantum quasi quiescence (qui~essene~ce? ). Cognitive Overburden™ is a blatantly obvious tell of what is happening financially, economically, and politically during CeodE 2000-2015. Keynesians and Marxists beware! Guillotine emerscenture is, like a Phoenix, re arising. Doug - 9Dec2011.

Now, ponder those manifest linguisms in terms of their cognizability (omnique quantum~flux pattern valuings), n¤n cognizability (classical 'measurement' notions of 'state'), recognizability (recurring, QTP, and QVP quantum~flux pattern valuings), n¤n recognizability (quantum~flux pattern valuings which have become extinct) in any hologram:

  • knowable,
  • unknowable,
  • known, and
  • unknown.

We may make an inference, however conjectural...however heuristic, that holograms offer quantum~means of a metameme of chaotic onset of n¤væl knowability via cognition (quantum~unfamiliar~surprise) and recognition of occurrences and recurrences of quantum~wave, quantum~flux, stochasticings of adiabatic and ostensibly adiabatic (familiar) [Vv]aluings.

Ostensibly adiabatic [Vv]aluings have both QTPings and QVPings.

Best Example Aside:

Doug's best example of everyday quantum occurrences are QED photon~electron scintillation which permits our bodies' zær¤æntr¤pic~thinkqing quantum~stages and our p¤sentr¤pic~pragmahcting soma to both see and be seen by all other zeroentropic and posentropic quantum~reality. See cohera and entropa.

We should use our quantonics script here to show full Poisson~Bracketings of expected compound quantum~both~andings:

mind~body issi quanton(quanton(mind_thinking_hologra,mind_brain_hologra),quanton(soma_coherent_hologra,soma_posentropic_hologra)).

What we attempt to script there is:

    • quantum~stage~brain~mind as both~and quanton(coherent_bosonic_zeroentropic,decoherent_fermionic_posentropic),
      • both~and quanton(n¤nphysical_bosonic_hologra,physical_fermionic_hologra), and
    • actual~physical~soma~body as both~and quanton(coherent_bosonic_zeroentropic,decoherent_fermionic_posentropic)
      • both~and quanton(n¤nphysical_bosonic_hologra,physical_fermionic_hologra).

Our minds are both bosonic and fermionic hologra, and our bodies are both bosonic and fermionic hologra all ihn quantum~complementary Pirsigean n¤ncontradicting quantum~superposition among one another ("...without [dialectical] contradiction...").

Notice how a subset of quantum~wordings relentlessly keep attracting one another:

    • hologra, mind, quantum~stage, body, soma, n¤nphysical (n¤nactual), physical (actual)
    • cohera
    • entropa
    • boson, coherent zeroentropy, thinkqing
    • fermion, decoherent posentropy, pragmahcting

Long ago (CeodE 1997), in Psychology Today, Dr. Larry Dossey and Jill Neimark, editor for PT described two sisters coexisting in a single body. See p. 6, then bottom of p. 8, and all of p. 9. Classically that is "absurd." Quantumly we now can view it as a reality, n¤n absurd, and genuinely quantum real. Classicism is dead. Classicism sucks. Stux sux! Flux is crux!

Doug - 24Dec2008.

End Best Example Aside.

Doug - 14Dec2008, 5Jun2015.

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Etymology: of

Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'of' amd remerq all quantum comtextual occurrences with '¤f.'

In classical contexts we may recognize 'of' as an objective dichon, assuming a classical, conventional comma-space 'wall' may be represented as a biformal copulum (e.g., |or|, |and|, |plus|, etc.):

of(object_1_of_preposition, object_2_of_preposition),
of(her|or|him), and

by c¤mparis¤n, in quantum comtexts, we rec¤gnize '¤f' as a c¤mplementary quanton wh¤se included-middle denies SOM's biformal wall:


Our c¤mments here apply t¤ all classical c¤mp¤und prep¤siti¤ns. Th¤ugh we have n¤t c¤¤pted all th¤se classical terms, yet. E.g., at, both, by, either, for, from, in, to, with, etc.

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Etymology: on

As preposition, see of. In quantum comtexts, use '¤n.'

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Etymology: one

: One

: Onæ

Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'one' amd remerq ahll quantum comtextual ¤ccurræncæs wihth '¤næ.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'one.' Ihn Quantonics/quantum comtexts wæ shahll uhsæ '¤næ.'

Where classical 'one' implies a mathematical Peano-based modulo one counting system, quantum '¤næ' lihterahlly mæans a Quantonic Plahnck quanton ¤næ. Where all classical 'ones' are necessarily inanimate and 'objectively' identical, n¤ quantum ¤næ, ihn gænæral, can bæ st¤chastihcahlly cl¤ser than a Plahnck ¤mniht ¤f læast ahcti¤n, f¤r l¤nger than ¤næ ¤hr a fæw Plahnck m¤mænts, t¤ any ¤thær quantum ¤næ.

F¤r etænsihve dætail amd graphic eamples ¤f quantum '¤næ,' sææ ¤ur One Is the Onliest.

Sææ number.

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Etymology: open


See Barnhart, Dictionary of Etymology.

Synonyms - classical:

  • logic:
  • value:

Synonyms - quantum:

  • n¤nconservative
  • perpetual emergence; cyclic emergence~demergence, etc.
  • etc.

: Open, opening, openings, opens, etc.

Classically reality is closed, not open. Classical physicists can stoppably assess total mass of our universe. A closed universe cann¤t evolve, since evolution requires openness as a key enabler of emergent change.

: Opæn, ¤pæns, ¤pæning, ¤pænings, etc.

Quantum reality is open due its relentless, perpetual evolution. A good example of this is what happens when we draw a circle. Classically a circle is closed. Quantumly a circle's closure is an apparition. Why? Earth is rotating. Earth is 'orbiting' (polycycloidally) Sol. Sol is 'orbiting' (polycycloidally) Milky-Way, and so on...

As a result, when you draw a circle its real quantum~complement's starting 'point' and ending 'point' are at least hundreds of miles apart. Classicists say what Doug just wrote is "absurd," since they believe reality is closed and stopped, at least stoppable. But all those motions listed in previous paragraph do n¤t conveniently stop when one of us draws a circle. Quantum reality is open!

See our quantum 'pi.'

Doug - 1Apr2008.

See close.

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 : Operate, operator, operating, operators, etc.

Both classically and quantumly in physics 'operator' is a meta linguism. In a sense an operator is an abstraction of some notion or memeo below-hypo said operator.

Operators are a means, in physics, of dealing with Heisenberg's remarks below:

"The real problem behind these many [classical] controversies was the fact that
no language existed in which one could speak consistently about the new [quantum] situation."

Werner Karl Heisenberg
in his
Physics and Philosophy
'The Revolution in Modern Science'
Page 174 of 213 total pages (no index).
(Our brackets)
" of the most important features of the development and the analysis of modern physics is the experience that the concepts of natural language, vaguely defined as they are, seem to be more stable in the expansion of knowledge than the precise terms of scientific language, derived as an idealization from only limited groups of phenomena. This is in fact not surprising since the concepts of natural language are formed by the immediate connection with reality; they represent reality. It is true that they are not very well defined and may therefore also undergo changes in the course of the centuries, just as reality itself did, but they never lose the immediate connection with reality. On the other hand, the scientific concepts are idealizations; they are derived from experience obtained by refined experimental tools, and are precisely defined through axioms and definitions. Only through these precise definitions is it possible to connect the concepts with a mathematical scheme and to derive mathematically the infinite variety of possible phenomena in this field. But through this process of idealization and precise definition the immediate connection with reality is lost. The concepts still correspond very closely to reality in that part of nature which had been the object of research. But the correspondence may be lost in other parts containing other groups of phenomena."

Werner Karl Heisenberg
in his
Physics and Philosophy
'The Revolution in Modern Science'
Page 200 of 213 total pages (no index).
(Our bold.)

Doug's major complaint isn't about a need for memes as 'operators,' rather, Doug complains that classical 'operators' are objective, quantitative, concrete, static, Newtonian, and middle-excluded. Classical operators are used in classical mechanics and in classical quantum mechanics.

Classical operators capture classical scalar 'states' as classical measurements.

: Opæratæ, opærat¤r, opærating, opærat¤rs, etc.

Simply, quantum~opærat¤rs in Quantonics, aren't mechanical. Quantum~opærat¤rs, in Quantonics, are subjective, qualitative, flux~essential, dynamic, holographic, and middle~including.

See Doug's work on a flux based Hamiltonian and try to imagine all quantum physics' operators in those quantum~lightings™.

Bottom line here is classical operators are about 'state,' physical 'states.' Quantum~opærat¤rs are about 'flux,' physial choicings, chancings, and changings borne of absolute, ubiquitous, and perpetual quantum~fluxings.

See Doug's "What is Simple, What is Complex, Why?, Explain."

See Doug's Quantum Value Hierarchy Table.

Quantum~opærat¤rs ømnihtør quantized scintillation NTE and FFE gradience of perpetual flux processings.

Doug - 31Jul2011 and 1Aug2011.

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Etymology: opposite

Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'opposite' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with '¤pp¤site.' For quantum hologral~remediated th~ought we shall use antinomialq, and antinomialismq.

In classical contexts we shall use 'opposite.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use '¤pp¤site.' For classical specificity without character remediation we shall use 'opposec,' 'oppositec,' and 'oppositionc.'

Where classical 'opposite' depends upon classical objective negation, quantum '¤pp¤site' inv¤kes quantum~antinomial included-middle c¤mplementarity.

Classical, dialectical, formal, mechanical, objective 'opposition,' makes an assumption that a 'scientific' two-valued, either-or representation of reality is valid. That is dialectic! Dialectic is bogus! Why? Rælihty issi n¤t two-valued! Rælihty issi many~valued (i.e., pluralistic, multiplicate, heterogeneous, etc.), absolutely~changing, and QLOistically EIMA affectively~quantum~c¤mplementary.

A quanton's quantum ¤pp¤site is n¤t a simple, naïve classical negation. A quanton's quantum ¤pp¤site is its real c¤mplement — potentially all reality — i.e., potentially all its actual conjugate c¤mplements, amd all its n¤nactual comjugate c¤mplements.

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Etymology: or

As a classical logical dichonic copulum, see either/or. In quantum comtexts, use '¤r.'

Comsider classical or(dyad1, dyad2) vis-à-vis quantum ¤r(quanton,¤ther_quanton(s)).

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Etymology: order

  • Classical - From Barnhardt's Dictionary of Etymology:
    "order n. Probably before 1200 ordre rank, class, sequence, arrangement; borrowed from Old French ordre, orde, from ordene, learned borrowing from Latin ordinem (nominative ordo row, rank, series, arrangement.
    v. Probably about 1200 orden arrange, ordain; from the noun.
    orderly adj. before 1577, formed from English order + -ly, but earlier found as an adverb (about 1477).
    n. 1800, military attendant who carries out orders; from the adjective, perhaps by influence of French ordonnance orderly."
  • Quantum - Probably from Quantonics, c. 1996-2006, quantum poly[qua]trotomies of cohera and entropa as incrementally improving mixtures of quantum flux in emerqancies of Value as interrelationshipings of quantum~flux called "phasicityings."


  • Classical - preexisting immutable structure, perfect immutable form, Platonic ideal hierarchy, arrangement, marching mechanically together in ideal unitemporal Sieg Heil fascist formal catholic synchrony, etc.
  • Quantum - Value as fluxing, dynamic, pragmatic novel emergence which is better, emerscitecture, emerscenture, etc. Evolution of a quantum order, Nature, etc.

: Order, orders, ordering, orderings, etc.

Hints: classical 'order' is, for examples -
 ideal,  objective,  conceptual,
 rational,  sensible, common,  lucid,
 formal,  mechanistic,  reasonable,
 normal,  axiomatic,  independent,
 conventional, analytically whole,  ratiocinational,  methodic,
 state-ic,  unitemporal,  unicontextual
 definite,  closed, continuous, etc.

: Ohrdær, ¤rdærs, ¤hrdæring, ¤hrdærings, etc.

Quantum '¤rder' ¤beys n¤ne ¤f th¤se classically 'objective' edicts. Hints: quantum '¤rder' is, for examples -
 perceptual,  quantonic,  comceptual,
 s¤phist, empiritheoretical,  Valuable, see 'value,' c¤mm¤n,  (para)phen¤menal,
 emerqant, enthymemetic,  st¤chastic,  describable,
 paran¤rmal,  islandic,  c¤¤bsfective,
 hermeneutic, partial,  qubital1,  m¤dal,
 phasic/pragmatic2,  ¤mnitemp¤ral,  omnicomtextual
 uncertain,  open, etc.  quantized, etc.

1(I.e., phasic quantum 'numbers' have unlimited qu-bit Values, thus, qu-bits are omnivalent; see qubit, qubital)
2(Quantum reality issi abs¤lute flux; we may n¤t use classical 'state' t¤ describe quantum flux; we may use 'phase,' 'phasic,' amd 'phasicity' t¤ describe quantum flux; syn¤nyms ¤f quantum flux are 'acti¤n,' amd 'pragma.')

Compare stæbihlity, cha¤s, and æquihlibrium. Doug - 4Oct2012. Add links to pink new and updated cells. Doug - 5Oct2012.

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Etymology: our

Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'our' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with '¤ur.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'our.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use '¤ur.'

Where classical 'our' is an absolute lisr, excluded-middle dichotomous centrism, e.g., dichon(your, our), i.e., either your possessive or our possessive — quantum '¤ur' is an included-middle c¤mplementary interrelati¤nship. Where classical 'our' is classically opposite and independent of classical 'your,' quantum '¤ur' b¤th/amd c¤mplements p¤tentially all reality. See opposite.

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Etymology: out

Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'out' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with '¤ut.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'out.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use '¤ut.'

Where classical 'out' is an absolute excluded-middle, ideally dichotomous biform, e.g., dichon(in, out), i.e., either in or out — quantum '¤ut' is an included-middle c¤mplementary interrelati¤nship. Where classical 'out' is classically opposite classical 'in,' quantum '¤ut' b¤th/amd c¤mplements p¤tentially all reality.

See opposite.

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(11Dec2005 rev - Add 'qubit' link under 'order.')
(20Jan2006 rev - Reformat page top.)
(31May2006 rev - Update 'opposite.')
(28Jun2006 rev - Update 'order.')
(20Jan2007 rev - Reset legacy red text.)
(15,18Dec2007 rev - Reformat slightly. Add 'Problematics' link at page top.)
(1Apr2008 rev - Update 'open.' Reset legacy red text.)
(30Oct2008 rev - Replace wingdings and symbol fonts with gifs. Reset legacy markups.)
(6,14-15,24Dec2008 rev - Add 'omnivalent' link. Add QELR of 'occur,' for first time in Quantonics' history. Add von Neumann link and Pietsch's name to list under 'occur.' Add blue text updates to 'occur.')
(28Dec2008 rev - Double subscript Holographic HotMeme™ so 'j' and 'k' will show declension.)
(8,15Jan2009 rev - Add "Classical Time is a Monism. Monism is Deceit."™ HotMeme™. Link a Holographic HotMeme™ ...omniscriminating... usage to our QELR of 'discrimination.' Make page current.)
(16,30Jan2009 rev - Add 'Poisson Bracketings' link under 'occur.' Add 'Commutativity and Enthymemetics' link under our QELR of 'occur.')
(24Feb2009 rev - Reset legacy markups.)
(5Apr2009 rev - Add 'wisdom' QELR link under 'occur.')
(20Jul2010 rev - Reformat page. Make page current.)
(2Aug2010 rev - Change OLO to QLO under 'opposite.')
(31Jul2011 rev - Add 'operator.')
(1,18Aug2011 rev - Update 'operator.' Repair typo under 'occur.')
(9Dec2011 rev - Update 'occur' for quantum vav classical atemporality con(m)siderations. Make relevant nexi to chaos and equilibria~equilibrium under 'occur.')
(28Dec2011 rev - Add 'occur' comments re: quanton(adiabatic,n¤nadiabatic) and quanton(quanton(chaos,equilibria),quanton(adiabatic,n¤nadiabatic)).)
(30Dec2011 rev - Add Cognitive Overburden™ anchor.)
(7Sep2012 rev - Do extensive adding of links and some red text under 'occur.')
(4-5,8Oct2012 rev - Update 'order.' Update 'open.' Repair 'open' typo.)
(26Mar2014 rev - Make page current. Reset legacy markups. Add 'Oppose' anchor under 'opposite.' Update 'opposite.')
(5Jun2015 rev - Make page current. Adjust color. Reset legacy markups.)
(26Sep2015 rev - Add 'circle' link under 'open.' Make page current.)