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


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" is ridiculous and shameful that men should be machines; and ridiculous and shameful that their philosophy should describe them so." Will Durant, The Story of Philosophy, 2nd ed., 1933, p. 501.

Classical machines are mechanical. By that we mean machines are formal assemblies of objects. Formal assembly of machines follows a set of scientific rules and laws called 'mechanics.'

Formal assembly of machines is usually called manufacture and manufacturing. Manufacturing is classically valuable due some concepts like reproduction, mass production, Total Quality Control, mass customization, etc. Manufacturing depends upon a deeper concept of component identity and assembly identity. Ideally each of N parts which make up an assembly are Quality Controlled so that they are identical to one another for any given type of part. Similarly, any assembly follows an assembly process and it too is Quality Controlled, with a goal that every finished assembly has a ~six sigma probability of being 'correct' and as identical as possible to every other assembly produced.

As you may choose to see classical manufacturing models itself after classical logic, mathematics and science.

When we talk about classical science, post modern science, quantum matrix mechanics, quantum wave mechanics, and any objective, symbolic mathematics which attend those sciences — we are essentially talking about radically formal machines.

As a result, scientists and mathematicians tend to see Nature as a classical machine! They tend to use formal mechanical models to mimic Nature.

In Quantonics, we k-now that Nature is n¤t mechanical, n¤r is S-he a machine n¤r machines. So, in Quantonics, we only use 'machine,' 'formal,' 'mechanism,' 'manufacturing,' etc., in classical contexts.

In Quantonics we use emerscent in place of machine. We use emerq in place of form, and emerqant in place of formal. We use emerscenture in place of manufacture. And we use emerscitecture in place of architecture. Holistically, we k-now that all emerscents are quantons.

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Issues: Classical reality modeling assumes that reality is objective and quantitative. Whenever it wishes, classical reality modeling assumes that it may convert qualitative-subjective aspects of reality into quantitative-objective magnitudes. Examples we offer show how adherents of classicism attempt to convert: qualitative morality into quantitative truth; qualitative emotions into magnitudes on a numbered scale; qualitative sensations into numbered quantities on some measuring device; quantum qualitative time into a unitemporal quantitative measurable independent variable; etc. See: independent, measure, number, object, quality, quantity, subject, truth.

Classical scalar magnitude measurement we refer impenitently, incorrigibly, "scalarbation."

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: Meaning

See Doug's How SOMites View Reality.

Much like measurementc just below, classical meaning emerges from classical Platonic notions like measurec, mono(uni)timec, cause-effectc, determinationc, and predication among others.

In quantum reality most classical notions are simply bogus, retarded, facile, inept, etc. Why? Classicists reify and objectify all reality: they 'force' notions of state and death on all actuality. Only change a classicist acknowledges is timec which is retardedlyc 'defined' as spacec ratec.

Bottom line, classical 'meaning' finds its valuec in physicalc analytic-statec and space-temporal-predicationc. Classical 'value' is death and dead things.

: Mæaning

See Doug's How MoQites View Reality.

Doug has intentionally avoided attempting to omniscribe omnifferencings among memesq of meaningq and notionsc of meaningc. Why? Too simply, "Quantum~meaning is subjective." Why? Quantum~reality is a (absolute) flux~based, quantized~scintillating, absolute change reality. Implication? Whatings happenings nextings is always uncertain across all scales of quantum~reality. Quantum~reality's predicabilityq may only be stochasticq, and its stochastics are based in so many absolutely~changing ephemeraq, uncertaintyq becomes an intrinsicq, an implicitq symptomq, of said realityq. We can only guess! We may n¤t predict, in general. We are limited to process~evolution~omnitoring quantum~wave functions and their stindyanic interrelationshipings. To intentionally clobber Einstein's retarded dialectic again, "God does roll dice."

As you may know Doug has spent last two to three years of his opus studying Jung and Suares. In Doug's opinion, these men represent two of earth's greatest titans of human thought. Without them, among countless others, Doug could not have made nearly as much quantum progress in his own philosophical endeavors.

In that vein Doug is currently reading Jung's Sychronicity. In his Chapter 5, 'Foreunners of the Idea of Synchronicity,' Jung writes, paraphrased, "Synchronicity is meaning."

As with much of Jung's other work, Doug was stunned! Jung's Red Book (its translation and plates) repeatedly stunned Doug too. For Doug, Jung and Suares are at a pinnacle of human thought and understanding based upon meanings of an energy-based, absolute flux~basedq, quantized~scintillating quantum~reality.

In his Synchronicity Jung writes, again paraphrased, "Western rational thought (what Doug refers 'classical thing-king) finds its meaningc fundac in space-time-temporal event-states, their predicationc, and their determinationc." In other words rationalc synchronicityc (its meaningc) dependsc on space-time-temporalc event-states, their predicationc, and their determinationc.

By comparison Jung's (quantum) version of synchronicity is acausal, atemporal (except for Jung's notion of 'simultaneity,' said notion generally challenged by Bergson, via memes of evolutionary absolute change), indeterminate, and n¤n predicable. See Doug's QELR of stochastic. See Bergson, Time and Free Will, Topic 24, Topic 25. Please attempt to fathom omnifferencings twixt singular-monisticc staticc simultaneityc and heterogeneousq phase~durationalq simultaneityingsq.

Jung would bottom line this: Synchronicity is Meaning!

To Doug that is like saying,

HotMeme™ "Meaningq is cognitionq and recognitionq of autsimilar phasistic patterns (wave~functionings) of energy~flux ihn quantum~reality."™ HotMeme™.


HotMeme™ "Meaningq issi omniscriminationingsq of autsimilar phasistic patterns (wave~functionings) of energy~flux ihn quantum~reality."™ HotMeme™.

Compare QCD and QED re "meaningq."

See Doug's efforts on What is Consciousness?, his QELR of conscious, exemplar Reservoir of EWings, and What is Wrong with Probability as Value(as meaning)?, his QELR of Value, and solve, etc.

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: Measure

In Quantonics, we call classical measurement, unashamedly, "scalarbation."

: Mæasuræ As of June, 2006 we choose to coopt classical 'measure,' and 'monitor,' with quantum 'omnitor.' QELRed: from: measure, measures, measuring, measurings, measurement, measurements, etc. to: ¤mniht¤r, ¤mniht¤rs, ¤mniht¤ring, ¤mniht¤rings, ¤mniht¤rmænt, ¤mniht¤rmænts, etc. This change accompanies a change in 'monitor' below. It involves a subtle change in our QELR main page rules table.

Issues: Classical illusions/delusions of a spatially extensible, numerically countable, numerically measurable, static, objectively independent, homogeneous reality. See analytic, determinate, number, homogeneous, independent, objective, predictable, state-ic, etc.

Classical 'measurement' assumes and presumes (presuppositionally) reality is analytic. Given those assumptions and presumptions classical measurement thus suffers countless notional delusions that reality is, in general:

  • stoppable (stable, lisr, classically-atemporal spatial 'positions' entail and obtain, e.g., <x,y,z,t>; zero momentum as a classical notion 'exists')
    (recall that classicists, per Einstein, claim a space-time identity which relegates OSFA 'universal' time to classical notions of stoppability and 'state'...)
  • independent (AKA "excluded-middle," objects in classical reality are; classical mathematics' 'independence axiom')
  • inanimate (except for unitemporal motion)
  • rational (measurements of state-ic (see Aristotle's apple) reality 'exist;' "what happens next" may be 'predicted' from "initial conditions;")
  • 'sensible' state-ic observation is unilateral and possible
  • suppositional (which carries immense classical baggage and derivatives including: 1-1 correspondence, induction, cause-effect, determinism, prediction, etc.)
  • proof-provable-valid-veritable (which carries immense classical baggage and derivatives including: dichotomous oppositivity, objective negation, contradiction, falsifiability, and provisional scientific 'law' based upon those delusions)
  • etc.

Classicists assume that any classical measurement is valid and repeatable (i.e., scalarbative). Classicists assume that any classical measurement is manufacturable, i.e., any 'scientist' anywhere can reproduce a valid measurement (i.e., as scalarbative) taken by any other 'scientists' any other where. Clearly, this notion of measurability, by itself, is bogus for countless pragmatic and lisrability comsiderations — without even pondering problematics of experimental comtextual n¤nsimilarities and absences of ideal classical duplication of environments and human mindsets.

Feynman suggested another approach, though he was thing-king classically when he made his recommendation.

We shall bend his view just slightly to achieve our intended results here. Allow that quantum reality is semper flux quantum pr¤cessings. In Quantonics we call them quantons. Quantons are emerscents. Quantons are emerscitectural, emerscenturable and emersible.

Leap out of your SOM box and into a n¤vel quantum realm where quantons coobsfect quantons and that is what we call "quantum ¤mniht¤rmænt."

There is n¤ surprise here. We just described what birds do when they fly, what babies do when they initially experience their environment, what you do when you walk down a a book...type an email...kiss your loved ones...drink a glass of wine...scan your your on a so on, what planets do when they orbit their sun(s), what galaxies do when they move through their superclusters, etc.

Surprise is in accepting a n¤vel quantum enlightenment that when we want to do quantum ¤mniht¤rmænt using a quantum pr¤cess that humans create, we can longer do that classically, analytically, formally, mechanically, and so on...

What is this quantum pr¤cess we are speaking about? An example is a real quantum computer, n¤t a quasi-quantum computer made with classically and innately formal 'parts.' What do we call it? In general, "quanton." In Quantonics we have our own word for it: evaluon.

Evaluons do quantum ¤mniht¤rmæntings of real quantum pr¤cessings.

Evaluons ride Platt Holden's "Edge of Now" (EoN). Perhaps we should upgrade that phrase to "quantum edgings of nowings." QEoNs. QÆoNs.

Evaluons require radically stochastic quantum~phasicityings (radical quantum~instability) to omnitor quantum~processings' "whatings happenings nextings." "Instability dynamically measures. Stability scalarbates...measures naught but itself: ideal state, classically-ideal and -causal absence of self-other disturbance." Doug - 5Sep2012.

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Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'metaphor' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'metaph¤r.'

We choose to describe 'metaphor' as meta- (change) phor (carrier/bearer).

Classical change is analytic, mechanical, objective, EEMD, monocontextual, unitemporal, independent motion. Classical carry and bear imply a force-support interaction. Neither of these classical characterizations of metaphor adequately describes quantum reality.

In Quantonics' versi¤n ¤f quantum reality changæ issi ensehmble st¤chastic, n¤nmechanical, qualitative, EIMA, ¤mnic¤mtextual, heter¤temp¤ral, abs¤lute c¤mpenetrating/c¤herent flux. Quantum interrelati¤nships aræ b¤rne.

See Quanton Primer on metaphor.

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In classical contexts use 'minus.'

In quantum comtexts use 'mihnus,' and 'mihnusings.' (i.e., 'mihnus,' amd visualize 'ih' as square root of minus 1 times h-bar; 'ih' issi ¤ne of Quantonics' most powerful tells of 'noncontradictory,' 'nonfalsifiable,' quantum subjective negati¤n)

Classical 'minus' presumes and assumes putatively that negation and subtraction are classically objective.

Quantum 'mihnus' is a Quantonics heuristic hermeneutic remediation of classical 'minus.' It adheres a quantum meme that quantum negation is subjective due quantum reality's EIMA, anihmatæ, intrinsically recursive, plural present participle, pr¤cessings.


Classical: 1 minus 1 = zero; A - A = 0; etc.
(classical 'reality' is EEMD, inanimate and uni-context 'free')
Quantum: quantum_1xl mihnus quantum_1ymzer¤; amd
quantum_Arj mihnus quantum_Askzer¤; etc.
(quantum reality issi anihmatæ EIMA comtextually heter¤gene¤us (i.e., e.g., <x,y> amd <r,s>) amd c¤mplementary; n¤te h¤w intrinsic quantum recursi¤n ¤ccurs ¤ver l amd m, amd j amd k; als¤ p¤nder h¤w these aræ n¤t classical mathematics given that r,s, x,y comtexts aræ heter¤gene¤us, anihmatæ, EIMA comtexts amd j, k, l, amd m aræ quantons which we aræ using here as quantum n¤mbærs.)

See negate. See subtraction.

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: Model

Classical Key Disabler™ "Classical modeling is classically 'effective.'"™ and "CTMs model effectively."™ Classical Key Disabler™.

You ask, "But Doug, what does that mean?"

It means that, to 'classically model,' one must adhere and inure classical mythical notions about a presumed classical-reality:

  • cause-effect; y=f(t) one cause and one effect,
  • space, time, and mass (l, t, m) are undefined but measurable scalars,
  • space, time, and mass are unilogical and physically homogeneous (that is plurals and participles of l, t, m are linguistically, logically, and physically verboten),
  • classical measurement assumes:
    • perpetual state as classical-duration interrupted only by determinate single root-cause-effect event(s)-occurrence(s)
    • event-occurrence as zero latency process-model-inexplicable 'change of state'
    • state as ideal, mechanistic, formal, stoppability, i.e., comprehensive immobilization of any (local) globality where a measurement is being made
    • verifiable locus independent and time independent repeatability (AKA quantonics' coined 'scalarbation')
    • etc.
  • scalability ('laws' are, rather should be, generic independent of physical scale),
  • stable, state-ic tautology (e.g., Aristotle's three sillygisms: A=A; 'law of identity,' A does not equal its classical negation (logical nor physical); 'law of contradiction,' A cannot be both A and something else (logical nor physical); 'law of excluded-middle,'
  • posentropy only (i.e., J. C. Maxwell's 'laws' of thermodynamics preclude explicitly: negentropy, zeroentropy, and mixtures of them; posentropy gradients are allowed, but always dissipate temporally)
  • probability is (rather, may be) either positive or negative (a great exemplar: Hume used modular induction of negative probability to disprove 'absolute scepticism'),
  • probability is pastistic, (usually denies other stochastics like plausibility (nowistic) and likelihood (futuristic)),
  • reality is socially positive (otherwise known appropriately as "dialectical consensus AKA common social opinion is Error, in Latin, vulgi opinio error;" Pirsig refers dialectical social consensus, "A genetic flaw in human reason." Doug and Quantonics agree with Pirsig.),
  • negation is objective and bivalently ideal,
  • logic is bivalent, either-or,
  • opposites may be declared rationally assessed, based upon ideal (Platonic) logical objective negation,
  • state-ic, tautologous, truth-based reason is SOM-judgment,
  • etc.

Classical models analytically-synthetically differentiate-integrate classical objects which are formal, mechanical, canonic, orthodox, provincial, parochial, state-ic, stoppable, impenetrable, and have 'properties' which may be assessed using mechanical 'measurement' techniques.

: M¤dæl, m¤dal

Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'model' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'm¤del.'

Altærnatihvæly, amd præfærably, wæ shahll uhsæ quantum 'm¤dal.'

Quantons aræ m¤dals. They aræ quantum ænsehmble pr¤babilihty ihnterrelati¤nships.

Where classical 'models' are manufactured, new, and objectively static, quantum 'm¤dæls, m¤dals' are emerscentured, n¤vel, and quantum stindyanic.

Quantonics makes a long list of assumptions and presumptions regarding what we might choose to appellate, "quantum~m¤daling." Before we start our list permit us to say this as our topic's kick start:

Quantonics Key Enabler™ "Quantonics~m¤daling is quantumly affective."™ Quantonics Key Enabler™.

Let's start an expansible list here, which we can maintain on a evolutionary basis:

  • Quantum~reality is ubiquitous quanta of flux systemically complemented, compenetrated and middle~inclusion~mediated everywhere and always by quantum~isoflux,
  • Only one word in English language, CeodE 2009, expresses this version of 'quantum~reality' well: hologram,
  • Holograms emersce energy~wellings of quanta whose manifesta (Doug's pluralization of manifest-manifestation) are qualified by ensemble interrelationshipings among (up to) all energy~wellings in said hologram,
  • In Quantonics, each interrelationshiping in any hologram's ensemble of energy~wellings we refer, "quanton,"
  • Holograms may only be emersced using quantum~flux (if there is such a memeo as 'quantum~axiom,' this is it),
  • Therefore all quantons are flux,
  • All quantum flux ranges a spectrum from almost imperceptible (though never classically-absolutely-state-ic) change up to Planck's rate (currently believed to be ~1043 changes per spatial unit reference),
  • All quantum flux is at least quatroentropic (see our coined entropa),
  • All quantum flux is at least quatrocoherent (see our coined cohera),
  • All quantum phenomena (e.g., l, t, m) are manifestations of quantum flux,
  • All quantum flux is positive,
  • All quantum flux is durationally animate (thus requiring linguistic participlings almost ubiquitously),
  • All quantum flux is heterogeneous (thus requiring linguistic pluralism almost ubiquitously),
  • All quantons adhere coquecigrues,
  • Negation, state, stoppability, and lisrability are all classical concepts which cann¤t 'exist' in quantum~reality,
  • Therefore following list of classical bases of judgment are invalid:
    • reality is stable as classical 'state,'
    • objects in reality are lisr,
    • objects in reality may be negated ideally,
    • based upon ideal negation, ideal contradiction (see Aristotle's 'laws') may be established,
    • based upon contradiction, ideal falsifiability may be established,
    • based upon absence of falsifiability, provisional proof may be established,
    • based upon proof, provisional truth may be established.
    • None of this classical bilge is valid in quantum~reality. We may strike all of it out!!!
    • See Doug's Bases of Judgment for quantum~remediation of classical dialectic's ersatz and facile deign to feign.
  • All quantum flux and their quantons are:
    • proemially aware, self~aware, other~aware, and self~other~aware,
    • proemially referent, self~referent, other~referent, and self~other~referent,
    • qualitative,
    • subjective,
    • affective (see affectation, and do your best due diligence there to develop your own qua to omnistinguish classical 'cause-effect' vav quantum affectation),
    • coobsfective,
    • capable of atomic and subatomic duration (i.e., perpetual) flux stindyanicityings,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and in some cases mesoatomic adiabaticityings,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~entanglementings,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~evolutionings,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~omniscriminationings,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~relativityings,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~scintillationings,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~superpositionings,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~anti~gravitationings,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~condensationings,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~chromodynamic~electrodynamic creationings (becomings) and discreationings (unbecomings),
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~tunneling,
    • capable of atomic, subatomic, and mesoatomic quantum~cloaking (full stealth qua here),
    • and many, many others...
  • wavic,
  • changic,

It is a given, in quantum~reality, that isoflux is an unlimited source of energy. Creation itself taps this vast reserve of energy. Being itself taps this vast reserve of energy. Discreation itself taps (via flow reversal) this vast reserve of energy.

We can too. Iff we learn how to be thinkqing quantumly.

As you can see, quantum~m¤daling requires a huge change in how we view reality and how we think about reality (also see our QELR of thought). Our biggest challenge, in Doug's view is how do we learn to use flux to ¤mniht¤r flux at all scales of quantum~reality's enormous spectrum. Next, how do we m¤dal, i.e., mimic nature to emerscitect and emerscenture human m¤dalings of quantonics systems we can use to enhance our own growth and innovation.

Thanks for reading...Doug - 7-9Jul2009.

See ænsehmble. See ænsehmble pr¤babilihty ihnterrelati¤nships.

See ihncludæd~mihddle comma~no~spacings.

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Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'moment' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'm¤hment.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'moment.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use 'm¤hment.'

Classicists view a 'moment' as a classically stoppable and independent 'time.' Moments in classical reality are ideally objective: lisr, state-ic, and stable. For example, t0, t1, t2, are static and stable 'moments' of classically measurable, OGC, unitemporality: t.

Students of Quantonics view any m¤hment as Bergsonian durational, islandic, paratehmp¤ral, pragmatehmp¤ral, pr¤bability distributed, quantum umcærtain, amd quantum c¤mplementary to other b¤th l¤cal amd n¤nl¤cal m¤hments amd m¤hmentings.

See instant, time.

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Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'monism' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'm¤nism.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'monism.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use 'm¤nism.'

Where classical 'monism' is homogeneous, lisr, and a unilogically whole continuum of analytically differentiable and integrable objects, quantum 'm¤nism' is (via quantum c¤mpenetrati¤n) b¤th h¤m¤gene¤us amd heter¤gene¤us, b¤th lisr amd n¤nlisr, amd a paral¤gically plural multiplicity ¤f quantons.

See Doug's recent 2007 omniscussion re: "Monism is Deceit."

See Pirsig's and Bergson's Perspectives ¤f b¤th M¤nism and Pluralism.

Recently Doug has been using a phrase, "dialectical monism," much more frequently. Until one of our site visitors searched on that pattern, Doug hadn't realized that he hadn't explicitly described that phrase to allow a visitor to omnistinguish "dialectical monism" from its much more quantum~hermeneutic~semantic. Thank you to a visitor in NYC for looking for that pattern, and in Doug's opinion, not finding a decent omniscription of what Quantonics means by "dialectical monism."

Doug created a simple graphic to show visitors, at least from Doug's complementarospective, a better way to thinkq about classical "dialectical monism" vis-à-vis quantized pluralism:

Using Quantonics' scripts we can (may) narrate dialectical_monism equals dichon(o, ~). That script shows classical monism as a thermodynamically-closed circle tautology. Notice how Doug illustrates said Dichon's SOM wall using a comma-space. Some refer it "vicious circle."

Using Quantonics' scripts we can (may) narrate quantized_pluralism issi quanton(¤,~). Our better script shows quantum~pluralism (many~truthings, ~timings, ~spacings, ~massings, ~energyings, ~gravityings, etcings...) as multiplicate thermodynamically~open quantized packets of flux. Notice Doug's quantum~middle~including comma~n¤space.

Do n¤t expect our quantizations to be uniform. They aren't! And packet flux rates can range from just above DC to Planck's rate. And packet ensembles may be incredibly complex, for example, you.

Reader, that should help. Again, thank you for using Quantonics to learn about quantum vis-à-vis classical philosophy and their wholly omniffering realities.

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  • observe
  • govern
  • control
  • teach
  • etc.

: Monitor, monitored, monitoring, monitors. Classical semantics are usually: a lizard, control based upon classical assessment of classical data, government (usually a social state semantic), education, etc.

Classical 'monitor' assumes reality is dialectic, analytic, and formally measurable. State-ic measurements can be made upon a reality which holds still.

Classical 'monitoring' is 'running on automatic' scalarbation. Another way to look at 'running on automatic,' is how current academia teaches our children. Our children are taught to 'scalarbate' classical notions dialectically, a kind of institutional ritual. Recall y-our multiplication tables. Institutional, social, mechanical ritual. Did a teacher ever do an H5W on multiplication tables? Probably not. They were taught with ritual too! Engrained academic 'running on automatic' scalarbative legacy. What is another infamous academic legacy which has been ritualized? Consensus. Common sense. Communist, totalitarian socialist sense. No individualism allowed! All mores must be ritualized by all students to run on socially acceptable automatic. "Break a 'rule,' get in trouble." Academic rote stupidity! Sheer idiocy! Dimbaughlbianism! Academic 'how-to' drive quality out. "Driving aretê out of life by academic socialized anti-individual rituals of rote tote." Doug - 7Nov2007.

SOMites 'measure' reality.

Formal computers running formal languages and formally compiled, manufactured, and reproduced formal executables classically monitor their state-ic inputs and generate their scalarbative classically formal outputs. Formal processes have no means of monitoring emergent novelty. Why? They have no inherent means of recapitulative adaptation. Worse, said means of adaptation may not be programmed formally. Why? Reality is not a formal mechanism.

See duration, simultaneity, etc.

: M¤niht¤r, moniht¤red, m¤niht¤ring, m¤niht¤rings, moniht¤rs. As of June, 2006 we choose to coopt classical 'measure,' and 'monitor,' with quantum 'omnitor.' QELRed: from: Monitor, monitors, monitoring, monitorings, etc. to: Ømnihtør, ømnihtørs, ømnihtøring, ømnihtørings, etc. This changæ acc¤mpanies a changæ ihn our strike-out of 'm¤niht¤r' ab¤ve. Iht ihnv¤lves a subqtle changæ ihn ¤ur QELR main pagæ rules table.

Quantum ømnihtør assumæs ræhlihty issi anihmatæ, antihn¤mial~c¤mplæmæntary, REIMAR, ænsehmble, æmærscing, æmærscænturing, parthæn¤fluxihc pr¤cæssings.

Quantum ømnihtørings aræ æmærqant, n¤n formal, abs¤lutæly anihmatæ, adahptihvæ, gravihdati¤nal, quantum ræhl pr¤cæssings.

MoQites ømniht¤r reality.

For fun, let's imagine our following graphic as animate, say like an inch worm crawling on a tree branch. Let's also assume that our graphic represents a quantum real qubit.

Given that, is there any way we can classically measure our qubit state-ically and retain any semblance of reality? Classical 'monitoring' requires discrete sample and hold of our qubit, right? Do we stop said qubit to 'measure' it? Can we sample it 'one' 'time?' How many 'times' would we have to 'measure' our qubit to acquire an ensemble which is representative of our qubit's quantum reality? Can we do that? But is not our ensemble state-ic? But our qubit is absolutely fluxing, changing! So we must use quantum~similarity~autsimilarity~resemblance~phasicityings (as hologra[[il][m][ph]ic~quantum~flux~interrelationshipings) to do quantum~monitoring. Click on graphic.

See our 1st quarter 2005 QELRs of duration, relativity, and simultaneity.


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Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'moral' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'm¤ral.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'moral.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use 'm¤ral.'

Classical morality may be assessed dialectically. A human or a human act is either absolutely moral, or absolutely amoral/immoral. This is source of classicists' great power over other humans. It is dialectically ESQ.

ESQ in quantum reality is intrinsically not moral. Dialectic in quantum reality is, in a sense, not moral in quantum reality. Why? Because of what classicists must assume in order for their reality to be a dialectic (Boolean) reality.

Quantum reality is not what classicists assume! For exemplars, see "What is wrong with SOM's logic."

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'moral' cont'd.

Where classical, dialectical reality is:

  • analytic
    • adheres classical bistable alpha-omega ontology
    • adheres single event cause-effect determinism
  • absolutely dialectically assessable truth, ethics, and morality,
  • dichonic:
  • absolutely stable/state-ic
  • lisr,
  • homogeneous,
  • unilogical:
  • immutable,
  • an infinitely divisible homogeneity,
  • quantitative,
  • manufacturable:
    • transformation of 'existing' stuff to make 'new' stuff,
    • information-rearrangement of 'existing' data,
  • etc.

'moral' cont'd.

Quantum quantonic, paral¤gical, c¤mplementary reality is:

'moral' cont'd.

Where assessment of classical 'morality' depends upon invalid human dialectic assumptions and concomitant human bivalent "one size fits all, we are qualified to decide for you, and if you do not agree with our doctrine we shall eliminate you" judgments, quantum reality is, by c¤mparis¤n, intrinsically m¤ral. Abs¤lute quantum flux imp¤ses dynamic Planck-rate-driven ¤nt¤l¤gical pr¤cesses ¤n all realities' comstituents. All comstituents, i.e., quantons, endlessly make quantum-¤nt¤l¤gical ch¤ice-chance-changæ event assessments which are always amd intrinsically, really, m¤ral. Why? Th¤se assessments are always m¤mentarily in fav¤r ¤f what l¤cally appears t¤ be better. We say "appears" all¤wing that quantum realities' m¤ral assessments ackn¤wledge n¤nl¤cal quantum affects imperceptible t¤ l¤cal assessments.

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Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'motion' and remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'm¤ti¤n.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'motion.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use 'm¤ti¤n.'

Classicists assume objects' motions are stoppable: classical objects may possess "zero momentum." This is quite transparently a classical illusion, a SOMitically induced classical self-delusion. Doug - 9Se02006.

In classical reality motion is OGC, OGT y=f(t). Classical 't' which symbolically represents classical 'time' is a "one time fits all" unitemporality. In classical reality objects and their state-ic properties move independently as functions of classical uni-time. Time is treated as an objectively independent mathematical variable based upon classicism's "Axiom of Independence."

In quantum reality m¤ti¤n is absolute quantum flux. All quantons are in absolute atemporal (i.e., n¤n-classically temporal) quantum m¤ti¤n/flux each with its own quantum variable/tentative persistence.

Abs¤lute quantum m¤ti¤n is quantized, anihmatæ, heter¤gene¤us, umcærtain, flux~durational, everywhere-included-middle-ass¤ciative via stochastically~islandic quantum pr¤bability omnistributi¤nings, where centers of all islands aræ quantum flux attract¤rs and each flux attractor's flux attenuati¤n interrelationship (each attractor may have many interrelationships) adheres ¤ne of various classes of pr¤bability omnistributi¤ns. As an example, viewing electr¤ns as quantons, each electr¤n in each of an atom's classical 'energy shells' adheres a pr¤bability omnistributi¤n c¤rresp¤nding shell class.

Doug has shown, quite beautifully, how absolute motion of quantum reality may be measured. To see this, read color updates to Doug's review of Itzhak Bentov's The Wild Pendulum. Start with pink and read through green updates. Doug - 26Feb2008.

See animacy. See Bergson on Duration (analogy here is that quantum~motion is Bergsonian durational; Doug).

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Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'multiplication' and remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'multiplicati¤n.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'multiplication.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use 'multiplicati¤n.'

Classical multiplication assumes reality is stable and objects in reality are independent. Classical multiplication further assumes reality is inanimate/stoppable, excluded-middle, analytic, etc.

Quantum multiplicati¤n assumes reality is anihmatæ and quantons in reality have quantum c¤mplementary, included-middle, unstoppable interrelationships.

For application, and descriptions of relative importances of these terms, see our 7Jun2002 Möbius 3-Primæ Fermion.

See addition, differentiation, division, integration, multiplication, prime, recursion, square, square root, and subtraction.

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