
'valid'
Etymology:

In classical contexts, 'valid' usually means 'true.'
Classical synonyms include: verity, veracious, fact, verifiable,
positive, certain, unambiguous, real, provable, authentic, genuine,
right, correct, etc.
All those classical notions depend upon classical notions
of reality as Aristotelian/Newtonian objective, lisr,
and delusionally:
 stable, and
 independent. (See Bergson's Creative Evolution Topic 39.)
Quantum reality denies, in general, those classical notions
of validity.
All Pirsigean latched reality, what we in Quantonics call
"actuality," is tentative
due quantum reality's mandate of abs¤lute
flux/changæ.
We remediate (see QELR)
classical 'valid' to quantum 'valihd.'
In quantum comtexts 'valihd'
means, simply, better.
Quantum reality's latched actualities (AKA Pirsigean SQ
SPoVs) persist tentatively
until a valihd, better replacement
emerges.
Here our use of better chaperones quantum reality's
mandate of abs¤lute flux/changæ
via quantum memes
amd metaphors of pragmatism/actionism/Planck_rate_fluxism.
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'value'
Etymology:
Synonyms  classical
 quantity,
 materialism
 analysis, synthesis,
 state,
 orthodox order,
 principles, axioms, laws, truth, validity, proof, etc.,
 semper fi,
 etc.
Synonyms  quantum
 quality,
 interrelationshipings,
 creatio ex nihilo aperio,
 emergence,
 heterodox omniversity,
 flux as essence,
 semper fluxio,
 etc.

: Value, valued, values, etc.
Classical value is quantity. Classical 'value' is common.
Classical value is determinate.
Classical value is certainty, absolute certainty.
Classical value is a thing
(Bergson, Matter and Memory, about 15th paragraph of chapter
IV,1896 is first ed. fifth ed. in 1908,). Implications include:
value is scalar, stoppable, concrete, analytic, etc. So basic
classical measurables like time, space, mass, temperature, heart
rate, blood pressure, etc., are scalars, classical things, classical
'objects.'
: Value, valued, values, valuing, valuings, etc.
Quantum Value issi Quality issi absolutely animate, living,
EIMA quantum~reality. Quantum Value
issi c¤mm¤n.
Doug  5Oct2012.
Quantum Value issi radically stochastic given reality is absolutely
animate (instable) and uncertain at all scales of reality.
Quantum Value issi uncertainty.
Quantum Value issi process,
absolute and durable flux~isoflux
stochastic Value process (See Bergson, Ibid.). Easy
inferences are that quantum~Value is durationally unstoppable,
quantum~complementary, changing~evolving
absolutely both near to~ and far from~equilibrium
via quantized gradience of transemerqant scintillation of all
quanta at up to Planck rates. We see clearly that quantum~omnitorables
like timings, spacings, massings, temperaturings, etc., are durational
quantum~processings, quantons. Doug  4Jun2011.
Students and readers, please read Pirsig's 1974 Zen and
the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, 1991 Lila, and
1995 SODV paper. In Pirsig's
opus, you may read his simple description of Value in every day
life: paraphrased, "Sit on a hot stove and experience
value. Quickly get off of hot stove and experience Value."
Clearly Pirsig is showing us how [Vv]alueings are empirically
quantum~relative. Quantum~relativityings are ubiquitously evident
and apparent. Doug accomplishes a kind of graphical rendition
of what Pirsig writes about in this quantum~cuneiform (basic
strokes for quantum folks) graphic:
Doug will offer more omniscriptionings in weeks ahead, since
this is so systemically and strategically relevant quantum~cuneiform,
equilibrium,
chaos (see chance
as a metaphor), gradience,
etc.
"Doug, Why is quantum~relativity, as you write, 'radical?' " Easiest,
however n¤t only, way to answer is, "Quantum~reality,
per Doug's New Quantum Philosophy, is radically comtext
sensitive." Two Higher quantum~cuneiform strokes in our
graphic are in a hyper comtext relative lower two strokes.
Autsimilarly two lower strokes are hypo comtext relative
Higher strokes. Higher is in lower, and lower is in Higher:
quantum~complementarity of [Vv]alue. Even though they complement
one another we still assess lower and Higher relatively. An easy
way to see this is using a sinusoid:
In our general sinusoid quantum
we see that relatively, "up is in down and down is in up:"
a quantum BAWAM
general antihn¤mial
c¤mplæmæntati¤n. Too, we see [Hh]igher
is in [Ll]ower and [Ll]ower is in [Hh]igher, again generic middle~included
quantum complementation. Relativity of [Vv]alue is like this
everywherings and everywhenings we look in quantum~reality.
Doug [Vv]alue update
1315Nov2013: To evolve our quantum~description of [Vv]alue based
upon a general quantum~memeo that up issi in down and down issi
in up (See Diels Kranz B
60 quote of Heraclitus,), we must think_{q} of up_{q}
and down_{q} as complementary~antinomial quantum~memes
and remediate them accordingly. Let's do it in a bullet list:
 unremediated up and down:
 up, down, then (ideal 'oppositional' classical either
up or down)
 up_{c}, down_{c}. (show classical script
explicitly)
 quantum~remediated up and down:
 up_{q}, alternatively uhp,
then
 down_{q}, alternatively d¤wn.
 compare quantum antinomial c¤mplæmæntarity
of both uhp and d¤wn:
quanton(uhp,d¤wn), "without comtradihcti¤n "
 to classical analyticity
of either up or down: dichon(up,
down), which begs innate oppositive
contradiction
Now we can script [Vv]alue both unremediated and quantum~remediated
similarly in another bullet list:
 unremediated Value and value:
 Value, value, then (ideal 'oppositional' classical 'value'
as absolute bivalent
quantitative either verity or falsity)
 Value_{c}, value_{c}. (show classical script
explicitly)
 quantum~remediated omnivalent
Value and value:
 Value_{q}, alternatively Valuæ, then
 value_{q}, alternatively valuæ.
 compare quantum antinomial c¤mplæmæntarity
of both Valuæ and valuæ: quanton(Valuæ,valuæ),
"without comtradihcti¤n
"
 to classical analyticity of either
Value or value: dichon(Value,
value), which begs innate oppositive
contradiction
Simply then, unremediated script is classical and remediated
script issi quantum.
Now allow Doug to do our process again on opposition and antinomy
using very similar bullet lists:
 unremediated opposition and antinomy:
 opposition, antinomy, then (ideal 'oppositional' classical
objective opposition and antinomy)
 opposition_{c}, antinomy_{c}. (show classical
script explicitly)
 quantum~remediated opposition
and antinomy:
 opposition_{q}, alternatively opp¤sihti¤n, then
 antinomy_{q}, alternatively antihn¤my.
 compare quantum antinomial c¤mplæmæntarity
of both opp¤sihti¤n
and antihn¤my:
quanton(opp¤sihti¤n,antihn¤my), "without comtradihcti¤n "
 to classical analyticity of either opposition or
antinomy: dichon(opposition, antinomy), which begs innate
oppositive contradiction
Let's show a quantum~theoretical classic now for comparison.
Show classical either position or momentum visàvis
quantum b¤th p¤sihti¤n amd m¤mæntum:
 unremediated position and momentum:
 position, momentum, then (ideal 'oppositional' classical
objective position and momentum)
 position_{c}, momentum_{c}. (show classical
script explicitly)
 quantum~remediated position
and momentum:
 position_{q}, alternatively p¤sihti¤n,
then
 momentum_{q}, alternatively m¤mæntum.
 compare quantum antinomial c¤mplæmæntarity
of both p¤sihti¤n
and m¤mæntum: quanton(p¤sihti¤n,m¤mæntum),
"without comtradihcti¤n
"
 to classical analyticity of either
position or momentum:
dichon(position, momentum), which begs innate oppositive
contradiction
One more classic:
 unremediated wave and particle
visàvis wave and wavicle:
 wave, particle, then
(ideal 'oppositional' classical objective wave and particle)
 wave_{c}, particle_{c}. (show classical script
explicitly)
 quantum~remediated wave
and wavicle:
 wave_{q}, alternatively wavæ, then
 wavicle_{q}, alternatively wavihcle.
 compare quantum antinomial c¤mplæmæntarity
of both wavæ and wavihcle:
quanton(wavæ,wavihcle), "without
comtradihcti¤n "
 to classical analyticity of either wave or particle:
dichon(wave, particle),
which begs innate oppositive contradiction
More to come...
Doug  1315Nov2013.
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'velocity'
Etymology:

: Velocity, etc.
Classical velocity integrates, so ideally classical velocity
can be zero, since a platform can ideally return to its 'starting
locus.'
A car which we drive in an ideal classical circle, which returns
to its starting location, has accumulated 'zero velocity.'
Ponder classical acceleration.
Ponder classical time. Define it. (No! It's not dx/x!)
Ponder classical distance. Define it.
Classically, m, l, t and thus g are undefinable 'primitives.'
We 'model' them by imposing some classical convention
like 3D and 1T on them. But why not 3D and 3T? Why not ND and
NT? Classicists will say, funda
mentally, "simplicity.
We always use Ockham's
razor, whenever we can. We always place a brick
wall twixt us and reality whenever we can."
What is time? What is distancespace (spatial extensity)?
Is velocity really dx/dt? Is it really <px/pt,py/pt,pz/pt>.
Why are all those ntuple's partial 'times' 'identical?'
Hmmm...
See time.
:
Vel¤cihty,
vel¤cihties, vel¤cihtyings, etc.
Ihn quantum ræhlihty
classical
velocity of 'zero'
issi ihmp¤ssible!
N¤
'platform'
(quantumly,
platæmærq)
'or' 'particle'
ævær
ræturns t¤ ihts ¤riginal
'starting locus.'
Ihn quantum ræhlihty ¤nly spææd
'exists.'
Quantum spææd
issings
quantum lihkælih¤¤d ¤mnistrihbuti¤nings.
See QLOs, peaqlos, ensemble
attractors, circle,
positive, quantum
pi, etc.
See Quantum Essence.
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