
h¤wævær, iht issi an ihnterim prægmadigmatihc quant¤l¤gy shæar! Cæll chip quant¤l¤gy exhibihts h¤w cæll chips can bæ ihn pr¤cæssings ¤f exhibihtings æmærscings, REIMARings, quanton(¤thær_diræctings,sælf_diræctings) quantumæsquæ æv¤luti¤n. Æssæntiahlly, ihf wæ can m¤dæl fuzz¤ns, wæ sh¤uld bæ capablæ ¤f m¤dæling ~any quantum~ræhlihty. capablæ ¤f quasi~quantum (i.e., beyond formalclassical) m¤dælings. ¤f that rat's brain ~comtr¤lling a flight simulat¤r issi a boguhs appr¤ach. bæ uhsæd t¤ ihmplæmænt that s¤luti¤n. Ihf they d¤, they have ch^{3}ings ¤f succæss. That, folks, issi pr¤f¤umd! Iht issi a FIRST ihn mankind's epistæmol¤gy! Iht has birthed! Læt's ænj¤y ihts æv¤luti¤n. 
Crucial aside: It is important for you to view this model(ing) as an animate quantum includedmiddle quanton. Why? Recall in our review of Bergson's Creative Evolution how he showed us that classicists' two greatest delusions about reality are:
It is absolutely crucial for students of Quantonics to understand that these two — Aristotelian syllogistic borne — delusions are the underpinnings of all Western classical culture, thought, reason, mathematics, science, and philosophy. And, bytheway, for your edification, Aquinas gave this same 'intellectual' disease to nearly all Western cultural religion. These classical delusions deny quantum reality! As such, to students of Quantonics, they and their spawn are problematic in Quantonics. End crucial aside. 
Crucial aside: Depending upon whether we choose to classically integrate or square our fermion's wave function visàvis we quantumly integratæ or squaræ our fermion's wave function — we achieve unharmonious outcomes. This is an issue which needs significant attention, and soon! Classical addsubtract, squaresquare_root, multiplydivide, integratedifferentiate, et al., results are always excludedmiddle (independent) and single valued (stable). They can be so due classical delusions stated above. Classicists assume stable, stateic, independent classical wave functions "collapse" or classically 'eigenvalue' 'stop' upon, e.g, add, square, multiply, and integratemeasurements, et al. Quantum additi¤nsubtracti¤n, squaræsquaræ_r¤¤t, multiplicati¤ndivisi¤n, and integratædifferentiatæ outcomings are animate (n¤nstable), c¤mplementary, includedmiddle (n¤nindependent) and quantumly interrelated. They neither "collapse" n¤r 'stop.' They cann¤t "collapse," n¤r can they 'stop.' Due their revered delusions, classical mathematics, science, et al., have n¤ current means to physially 'model' animate, c¤mplementary quantum reality. End crucial aside. 


Quantonic 

Classical 
All quantum interrelationships in this column are EIMA 

All classical 'interactions' in this column are EEMD 
Animate heterogeneous quantons(fluxings,timings) interrelationships  Inanimate homogeneous dichon(space, time) identity  
(quantum n¤nfactorability) Meme: quantum primæ 

Concept: classical prime (objective prime factors) 
(probability '1' everywhere associative quanton) Meme: quantum n¤mbær 

Concept: classical number (Aristotle's syllogisms) 
Comjugates(n¤nactual,comjugates(actual,conjugates(imaginary,real))) 

Conjugates(imaginary, real) 
(a quantumly animate, c¤mplementary quanton) Quantum ¤ne 

Classical one (a classically stable, independent monad) 
(omniadic c¤mplementary c¤mmingling of quantons) Quantum additi¤n 

Classical addition (dyadic copulum of paired monads) 
(iterative quantum additi¤n emerscenture) Quantum multiplicati¤n 

Classical multiplication (dyadic copulum of paired monads) 
(omniadic c¤mplementary omnifferencings of quantons) Quantum subtracti¤n 

Classical subtraction (dyadic copulum of paired monads) 
(iterative quantum subtracti¤n emerscenture) Quantum divisi¤n 

Classical division (dyadic Sheffer stroke copulum of paired monads) 
(a BAWAM recursi¤n over actuality into nonactuality) Quantum squaræ r¤¤t  Classical square root (EOOO special case of division)  
Quantum squaræ  Classical square (special case of multiplication)  
(iterative quantum additi¤n emerscenture) Quantum integrati¤n  Classical integration  
(iterative quantum subtracti¤n emerscenture) Quantum ¤mnifferentiati¤n  Classical differentiation  
(self reference of quantons) Quantum recursi¤n  Classical recursion (self reference of classical objects)  
etc.  etc.  
(quantum n¤nmathematics) Quantum Riemann Hyp¤theses  Classical Riemann Hypothesis (classical mathematics) 