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Index to Coined Quantonic 'N' Terms
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Nanology (nEIMA) Nissin N¤t

Nissin

Nissin: niss-sin. A coined Quantonic palindrome for 'is in.' Visualize ni si is in. Recall Doug's 'issi' as a palindrome of a both~ways "equals?" Doug appends palindromically an 'n' to both 'ends' of issi as nissin. Nissin then may be used like this: DQ issi ihn SQ and SQ issi ihn DQ. Simply, DQ nissin SQ! This is also quanton(DQ,SQ) as a quantum~holographic evolving (non mechanically state-ic) complementary interrelationshiping.

To see Doug's first coining of this term, go here.

Doug - 10Oct2010. Revised 24Apr2011. This coinage is in progress - Doug.

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N¤t
N¤ts

N¤n
(classical dichonic-conjugate complement, i.e., 'non' vis~à~vis quantum quantonic comjugate c¤mplementarity, i.e., nawn'-kah)
N¤ne

<Nawt'-kah, Nawts'-kah, No'-kah, Nawn'-kah, Nuhn'-kah, etc.> - A coined Quantonic replacement for classical 'not.' N¤t ihmpliæs a quantum c¤mplæmæntary ihnterrelati¤nship, where a classical 'not' or 'no' is ideally a formal negation.

Pronunciation of suffix 'kah' is for quantum kahmplementarity (c¤mplæmæntarihty).

Wæ treat 'non' ¤mnihquæly hæræ. Why? Non is already a classical, and thus closed 'complementary' term. Our ihntænti¤n issi t¤ treat iht as a n¤vel c¤ihned tærm ihn Quantonics ræplacing iht by 'nom,' or 'n¤n,' which ahll¤ws uhsærs t¤ ¤mnistinguish ihts uhsæ as ¤mnihquæly Quantonic~quantum. Quantum c¤mplæmæntarihty issi ¤pæn.

Classical theory assumes that all 'objects' have ideal opposites. Classical theory says that object A's quantitative negative is -A.

Observe how ideal classical objects and their 'property sets' are closed. Their negations are 'identically' closed too. This is necessary classically, formally, ideally in order for A - A = 0. Classicists call it 'logic.'

In quantum reality Aq's qualitative negation is its real c¤mplæmænt: potentially all other reality, both known and unknown, both actual and n¤nactual! A's c¤mplæmænt issi ¤pæn! Aq -q Aq omnifferencing(s) issi coquecigrues~ically ambiguous. See phase, rectify, etc. When quantum flux 'cancels' we do not grant a classically ideal notion of 'zero energy,' rather at least double energy immerses as isoflux! Some call it "silence." Some say it is nature "hiding." Key here is that reality is not classically objective, rather reality issi quantum flux and "flux is crux." Flux are intrinsically quantum likelihood omnistributionings, QLOs. See our 3D fuzzon. See quality.

Flux is positive! One may 'not' classically, ideally 'negate' quantum flux! Quantum reality is a n¤n negative, wholly positive reality. Philosophical, scientific, and 'logical' consequences of this are simply enormous! That is why Doug says "A quantum tsunami is imminent, digital is dead, classical logic is dead, etc." See subject, subjectiv, and subjective.

Doug - 3Oct2006.

Quantum thæ¤ry bælihæs any physihcal nægati¤n ¤f ræhlihty's com ~stihtuænts which wæ cahll "quantons." Quantum thæ¤ry sh¤ws uhs that quantons d¤ n¤t have nægatihvæs, rather they have quantum c¤mplæmænts (~c¤mplætæmænts).

From a classical perspective, n¤t is 'subjective.'

Many philosophers, including Henri Louis Bergson, have shown that classical objective negation is subjective.

Excellent physical examples you may choose to imagine are:

  • Classical not heart in an animal and human (Can we subtract heart? Where does heart classically begin | end?)
  • Another example Doug uses in presentations is a little box of colored wooden blocks (roughly size of cigarette pack) and a similarly-sized and -shaped piece of modeling clay. Perform this operation on both systems: first, remove (subtract) a block from wooden blocks, then remove same 'block' from clay. Wooden blocks are classical — and as Henri Bergson would say, "radically mechanistic," — formal — easily treated by analytic calculus: both differential and integral. Clay is quantum. Clay may not be easily classically differentiated and integrated. Space in wooden blocks' set represents not block. Gouge in clay, plus remaining clay, plus potentially all other reality represents n¤t removed lump of clay. Amd n¤t assumæs quantum c¤mpænetrati¤n amd c¤insidænce.
  • Etc.

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©Quantonics, Inc., 1999-2026 — Rev. 10Sep2011  PDR — Created 3Aug1999  PDR
(20Jan2001 rev - Add 'n¤t' to def.)
(24Jan2001 rev - Add 'n¤' to 'n¤t' def.)
(31Mar2001 rev - Extend 'n¤t' word list.)
(1Apr2001 rev - Change all quantum comtextual 'no' prefixes to 'n¤' prefixes! Happy 103rd birthday William James Sidis!!! Doug.)
(13Apr2001 rev - Revise 'non' comments under 'Not.')
(6Jan2005 rev - Reformat page top index.)
(3Oct2006 rev - Update 'n¤t.' Add some recently available 2005-2006 QELR term links.)
(12Mar2009 rev - Eliminate 'how how' redundancy. Reset legacy markups. Make page current.)
(10Oct2010 rev - Add coinage of 'Nissin.')
(24Apr2011 rev - Update 'Nissin.')
(10Sep2011 rev - Reset legacy markups. Make page current.)
(25Jun2014 rev - Make page current.)


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