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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 'tautologous' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'taut¤l¤g¤us.'

In classical contexts we shall use 'tautologous.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use 'taut¤l¤g¤us.'

Where classical 'tautologous' implies an objective dichotomous quantitative absolute unchanging analytic global truth (absolute classical certainty), quantum 'taut¤l¤g¤us' implies quantum c¤mplementary qualitative abs¤lutely changæable tentative l¤cal truth (abs¤lute quantum uncertainty).

As examples, let's extract some text from our Aristotle Connection.

Aristotle's syllogisms say:

  1. a law of identity - (A is A);
  2. a law of contradiction - (A must be either A or not A);
  3. and a law of an excluded middle - (A cannot be both A and not A).

Our quantum c¤¤pti¤n says:

Our quantum c¤¤pti¤n remerqs amd c¤¤pts all three ¤f Aristotle's syllogisms.

Whatever classicists ineptly call 'tautologous,' students of Quantonics should more adeptly perceive as Quantum Variable Persistence. See QVP. Tautology is never classically absolute, rather it is quantum agency of its own paratehmp¤ral, parafluxual changæ — however viscous and tentative that changæ may be.

See: absolute, axiom, certain, fact, law, principle, rule, tautology, truth. Too, in quantum reality all these terms are QVP!

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Quantonics chooses to remerq classical 'think' to classical 'thingk.'

Quantonics chooses to remerq classical 'think' to quantum 'think.' Alternatively, thinkq.

Classical thingking is:

  1. material,
  2. substantial,
  3. objective,
  4. dogmatic-provincial-parochial,
  5. absolutely-determinate,
  6. closed,
  7. state-ic,
  8. orthodox (meaning, literally "politically correct" classically right, heresy-free, OSFA, tragedy of commons sense, social opinion and reason)
  9. choice is heresy,
  10. cause-effect,
  11. 1-1 correspondent,
  12. Aristotelian-Baconian-Cartesian-Newtonian-Leibnitzian-Einsteinian, etc.,
  13. lisr,
  14. stable (inanimate except for classical y=f(t) 'motion.'),
  15. mechanical,
  16. analytical,
  17. dichonic,
  18. dialectical,
  19. excluded-middle,
  20. everywhere-bivalently-dissociative,
  21. EOOO,
  22. oppositional,
  23. CTM,
  24. retroflective (inductive on history, deductive from history; always looking back and doing so OGC encompassing OGT; see SOM Connection),
  25. independently propertyesque,
  26. serial rote, trusted, state-ic know-ledge base methodic incremental objective EEMD recall thingking.

Quantum thinking (alternatively, thinkqing) issi:

  1. energetic,
  2. abs¤lutely fluxing (QVPersistently),
  3. subjective,
  4. heuristic-ihnterpretive-hermeneutic,
  5. apparently-ensehmble pr¤babilistic,
  6. ¤pen,
  7. phase-ic,
  8. heterodox (meaning "...interpretation involves according primacy of subjectivity over objectivity...," and quantum uncertain individual opinionings and reasonings are hermeneutic)
  9. free-wihll,
  10. affectati¤nal (ensehmble n¤wings' comditi¤nings as affectings f¤r ensehmble c¤¤bsfective-l¤cal-n¤nl¤cal-selectings nextings' ¤utc¤mings),
  11. many-many c¤rrelative,
  12. Heraclitean, Zenoan, Hamannian, Bergsonian, Jamesian, Pirsigean, etc.,
  13. n¤nlisr,
  14. anihmatæ,
  15. n¤nmechanical,
  16. ensehmble-recursive-fractal-emergent,
  17. quantonic,
  18. rhet¤rical,
  19. ihncluded-mihddle,
  20. everywhere-¤mnivalently-ass¤ciative (see our coined 'omnivalent;' real quantum qubits wihll all¤w us t¤ 'use' this quantum 'miracle' f¤r 'computational' thibediring),
  21. BAWAM,
  22. c¤mplementary,
  23. QTM,
  24. k-n¤w-flective (thibediring),
  25. c¤¤bsfective ihnterrelati¤nshipings,
  26. up to Planck rate sorso~EIMA recapitulative quantonic m¤dal pr¤cessings thinking.

Both lists are incomplete. They can be extended indefinitely.

We ask our readers and students to compare them and 'select' for themselves which of those they perceive as better. Some of you will probably want to choose notions (more classical) and memes (more quantum) from both lists. As you grow in Quantonics that may be a necessary option. However, as you mature as students of Quantonics you may see your views migrating from that classical list to our quantum list.

Note that our interpretation of Zeno's paradice does not agree with countless others. Had we adhered other classical interpretations of Zeno we would not be including him in our quantum-dropping-names list.


: Thought, etc.

Classical thought tends to dogmatically 'thingk' about past and now. Even worse it tends to 'thingk' unitemporally: one past, one now, one future. See our QELR of think. Also see thingk.

If you want evidence of our position here on classical 'thought,' see Hume's Law which says that "There is no bridge twixt fact and value." Analogously Hume would say "There is no bridge twixt past-now and future," and "There certainly is no bridge twixt was-is and ought."

This is how classical 'science' and classical 'religion' thingk: ought is subjunctive, ought is about subjective, qualitative value and reality is objective and materially real.

: Th~¤ught, etc.

Quantum th~¤ught issi a quanton(¤ught,th)! Wæ can sh¤w that as quanton(n¤nahctualihty,ahctualihty) issi quanton(¤ught,th) issi th~¤ught.

For a more detail description see our review of Hoffmann's The Strange Story of the Quantum, Act II. (This link will be available during late August-September early, 2007. Doug.)

So we shall coopt classical 'thought' and QELR it as th~¤ught.

What that illustrates is quantum~thought is subjunctive: quantum~n¤nactual. It has an ought partial and a 'th' partial. Ought is subjunctive and 'th' is actual and reifiably objective.

Power here is in a novel view of thought as an agent of evolution which bridges fact and Value, like this: HotMemeTh~¤ught bridges fact and Value.HotMeme™. Th~¤ught, quantum~th~¤ught issi a quanton(Value,fact). Iht issi th~¤ught as quantum~æv¤luti¤n, agæncy ¤f quantum~æv¤luti¤n. Thinkqing about what ought, what should, what will be, what may be, potentia, etc. Tapping into reserve~energy.

See Was, Is, Ought.

Let's take this a tad further...

Recall Paul Pietsch's "Indeterminacy is the principal feature of intelligence." Do you remember how we slightly reworded it to, "[Quantum~] Uncertainty is the principal feature of intelligence?"

Further...let's reword it again with our more recent emerqancy of thought: "Indeterminacy is the principal feature of th~¤ught."

We see quantum~uncertainty ihn n¤vel quantum~lightings. Fathom uncertainty as th~¤ught bridging (straddling) fact and Value at reality's edgings of nowings assessing and selectings, ihn a l¤cal comtext, whatings each of us is wanting to be happenings nextings.

Compare all of that to a classical 'science' which says "Absolute certainty is the goal of all dialectical 'thought.'"

Now, are you going to MBO? Rather should you not ponder Value of wMBU?

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To our most steadfast and undaunted students of Quantonics...this is, apparent to us now, in September, 2002, our most omnifficult of all Quantonic English Language Remediations. Please comsider our tiny efforts here but tentative creasings in imminent and much sm¤¤ther quantum manif¤ldings. Indeed, student, you may wish to view our efforts here, depicted under bullet items below, as but an outline of candidate, and vaster texts. We feel comfident that we have emerscitectured many pr¤t¤emergent memes for a n¤vel Millennium III quantum perspective of 'time.' 'Tis nontrivial...beware. 7Sep2002 - Doug.

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

Students of Quantonics, very, very, very important! Read this:

Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical nongrammatical plural, present-participle 'timings' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'tihmings.' Ditto tehmp¤ral.

'Tihmæ' issi ¤ur m¤st ¤mnihffihcult Quantonics mæmæ t¤ ¤mniscrihbæ. Quantonic th~¤ughts~thinkq~king ab¤ut omnifferences among classically quantitative ideas and concepts of 'time,' and our Quantonics qualihtatihvæ mæmæos, mæmæs, amd ¤mniscrihpti¤ns ¤f tihmings aræ lihkæ quantum n¤mbærs — their girth appears nearly limitless.

We have said to our students prior that Greek is a nounesque, objective, (Attic) dialectical language. Latin is a verbesque, functional, quasi dialectical language.

Latin, philosophically and scientifically and theologically owns terms for temporality (including terms shown below and: agere, animus, cadere, etc.). (Greek owns the term for change: pragma. Also chronos.) They are, in their current as-used etymonics, inadequate for Quantonics' quantum~temporal~plural~participle linguistics, so we shall coin and QELR our own versions, here:

Quantum Plurals and Plural Participles

Latin Temporalisms
Non Plural Participles

Quantonics' Quantum Temporalisms
Innovative1 Latin Plural Participles

Past, pasts, pastings a posteriori a posteriorai a p¤stærih¤hrai
Now, nows, nowings a iami, a presenti a iamai, a presentai a ihamai,
a præsæntai
Before, befores, beforings a priori a priorai a prih¤hrai
Future, futures, futurings a futuriori a futuriorai a futurih¤hrai
1We are assuming that our mutant
usages are non Latin standard.

We are exceptionally tickled to have a iamai turn out as a palindrome, unintentionally. Compare it to Quantonics' issi at iamai edgings! Rather fabulously we see quantum~issings as quantum~nowings! Emotively this is quantum wellness to our sensibilities. Doug - 19Apr2005.


: Time

Classicists, AKA SOMites tend to thingk of time as unitime and unitemporality: monochronicity. One classical time fits all reality.

10Jan2009 Aside:

What does that last sentence mean?

Let's ask a question. "If classical Earth time fits all reality, what happens when Earth stops rotating?" Does Alpha Centauri time stop? Does omniversal time stop?


See, whenever we declare any 'thing' a monism, like classicists do with 'time,' we immediately put ourselves in SOM's Box, we imprison our thoughts in a local corral, a detention center of mind. Classical thingking detends classical minds.

Time is n¤t a, quantum~timings are n¤t, universal canonic whole OSFA OGC monism[s]. Ditto space, mass, and gravity.


Quantum~flux is heterogeneous, EIMA, and evolving at up to Planck rates. Time, space, mass, and gravity are all symptoms of their metameme quantum~flux in a similar sense that acceleration is a symptom of its metameme gravity.

Quantum~reality is heterogeneous, EIMA, and evolving at up to Planck rates, therefore we can phasement comfidently that there are n¤ classical monisms in quantum~reality!

Thank you for reading.

Doug - 10Jan2009.

10Jan2009 Aside end.

Classicists, AKA CRites may thingk of time as times and polytemporality: polychronicity. Differing relative contexts may have differing time bases and temporal phasicities.

Both SOMites and CRites view their versions of time as proxies for space rate. This is what is meant, usually, when we hear classicists say, "space-time 'identity.'"

: Tihmæ, tihming, tihmings, tehmp¤ra, tehmp¤ral, tehmp¤ralihty, etc.

Quantumists say that ahll classically indefinable measurables aræ quantum dæfihnable~¤mniscrihbable ihn tærms ¤f m¤re prihmihtihvæ quantum flux. Sææ ¤ur flux perspicacities and perspicuities web page.

Quantum tihmings aræ, sihmihlar quantum h¤l¤gramings, amd quantum is¤flux, classically directionless, amd heterogæne¤uhs. Ihn Quantonics wæ cahll that quantum mæmæo~mæmæ¤tihc "¤mnihtehmp¤ralihties."

Begin A Doug Aside on Quantum~Time:

When Doug wrote this QELR of time starting in 2002 and updating it since then, he didn't have a fledged vocabulary to describe quantum~time in a simple manner. Doug had yet to describe quantum~scintillation based on quantization and packetization of fluxq then. Now he has that linguistic qua, and it is pretty good at that.

Doug has a better vocabularyq n¤wings, over 12 years later. So, let's use said better vocabularyq to omniscribe 'time' quantumly.

Timeq is wave~functional~flux. All fluxq ihn quantum~reality issi quantized. So, to omniscribe timeq quantumly, we must say "timeq issi quantized." Too, quanta are packets of flux~energyq.

Doug realized this when he and another philosopher were discussing Carlo Suares' opus, and Suares was using time as OSFA classically temporal, continuous, durational, and linear. Quantization of flux destroys classical notions of classical time, period, especially notionsc conceivedc in termsc of 'statec' ratec.

Let's be as clear as we can be...omniscriptionings of timeq are our most challenging gauntlet ihn our quantum~adventure, so far... We have to creep up on timeq. She, like Sappho, won't allow us to desnouerq her without showing her how much we reallyq Valueq her. We shall have to very slowly, and assiduouslyq seduceq her, full well k~n¤w~ings she will never let us seeq her all...

Doug will~shall bæ spænding m¤ræ time here ihn his QELR of time, ihn futuringsq...

Doug - 3Dec2014.

End A Doug Aside on Quantum~Time.



  • time and unitime - Classically SOMitic time
  • times and polytime - Classically CRitic times
  • tihmings amd ¤mnihtehmp¤ralihty (omnitemporality) - Quantumly MoQitic tihmings - quantum~time, quantum~timings

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Classical 'time:'

  • Time as homogeneous
    • This classical interpretation of time demands unitemporality, "one time fits all"
    • Unitemporality imposes ubiquitous mechanical synchronicity
    • Ubiquitous synchronicity disables any notions of qualitative novel emergence
    • Unitemporality is a classical, arbitrary, quantitative and objective edict
  • One time fits all: OGC forces OGT
  • Human sensory bandwidth limits human perceptions of time
  • Space-time 'identity'
    • Time as space rate, implies
    • Time is space/space, and
    • An implication: dx/dx dx/dt, thus
    • We conclude classical time has no self-coherent classical meaning
  • Classical "scientific" time
    • "scientific" time as an 'independent' static-proxy space rate (space/space) analytic 'variable' - updated 28Dec2014 - Observe that 'variable' is classically absurd nonsense if change isn't absolute.

      (That is, absoluteq as memesq of changing all and always changing all chaoequilly which implies classical notions of analytic 'state' (e.g., "zero momentum," "stoppability," "sample and hold," etc.) are absurd...)

      We see bogus classical analytic assumptions and presumptions that 'timec as a space identity' is 'state-ic' thus stoppable for analytic 'scientific' con job convenience - "So dark the con of [hu]man[ity]." Said con job is in its fullest One World Order analytic quantitative-easing metastaticity now~ings, CeodE 2014, beginning of "Day three, Millennium III." - Doug.
    • except for Dirac's notion of many times, classical "scientific" times never appear as heterogeneous (Why? Classical reality is presumed unitemporal. One classical time fits all! See OGT.)
    • classical "scientific" times never appear as Poincaréan heterogeneous relational dependencies (Why? Classical "scientific" time has no classical dependencies. It is objective time, ideally, exclusively EEMD. Think about that, do n¤t thingk about it. Think about how Einstein's relativity makes 'independent' classical time solipsistically co-dependent on itself. Scientists' ~dyslexic notions of time uncloak "science's" own absurdities: homogeneity, stoppability, analyticity, globality/universality, localability, isolability, separability, reducibility, and perhaps most 'absurd' of all is a notion of classical temporally-stoppable simultaneity (If there is only one time, how can it ever be simultaneous? Stronger: how can that one time be stopped? Notice how similar this classical 'scientific' absurdity is to a mathematical notion of absolutely stopped and stable '1' as timeless and context free and all ones are 'identical' to all other ones. See our One is Only.), etc.) Red text update 3Feb2005 - Doug. See more of this update below!


  • J. C. Maxwellian time and entropy
    • Time as a spatially extensive, unilogical, irreversible arrow
      (due his 2nd 'law')
  • Newtonian time
    • Time as a spatially extensive, unilogical, EOOO, y=f(t) or y=f(-t) reversible arrow
    • Time as classically analytic, thus quantitative, numerable, and lisr
  • Einsteinian time
    • Time as limited by light speed
    • Time as limited by classical human sensory bandwidth
  • Minkowskian time, derived from Einstein's theories of relativity
  • Diracian classical time
    • "Causality applies only to a system which is left undisturbed." Page 4, The Principles of Quantum Mechanics, by P. A. M. Dirac, Oxford Science Publications, 1958 (1930-1988). See both Bergson and Irving Stein below.
    • Causality implications: temporal homogeneity, analyticity, identity, stoppability, denial of abs¤lute Planck rate quantum flux.

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  • Bergson on classical time
    • Mae-wan Ho paraphrases Bergson's view of classical time similarly to this, "...classical time is an infinitely divisible, homogeneous, quantitative, numerable (i.e., synthetic), spatial extensity."
    • Classical time is analytic, homogeneous, spatially-extensive, numerically multiplicate, conveniently stoppable for purposes of measurement, meaningless twixt measurements, representable as a discrete numeric scalar magnitude, etc.
  • Pirsig on classical time
    • "Substance doesn't change." Page 305, ZMM, Bantam paperback, 1982
    • Implication: classically, 'unispatial motion' is time (See time as space rate, above.) See forward.
  • Irving Stein on classical time
    • "Thus, what is called determinism[/causality] turns out to be [classical] analyticity or [classical] identity and what is called [classical] change appears to be inexplicable in classical physics; i.e., change appears to be only the existence of time." Page 35, and Stein says further, " define the concept of change, classical physics then can produce no basis for a concept of change. Such a basis can only be produced, if at all, by another physics, such as quantum mechanics. A concept of change, itself, will then probably be considerably different from how we normally understand it. It is not that I deny that change exists, but simply that I do not find it, as yet, a coherent concept — certainly not in classical physics." Page 38, The Concept of Object as the Foundation of Physics, Peter Lang Pub., 1996. Our brackets, ellipses and bold.


  • Margenau on classical time
    • "Or take a concept like time. It is a quantity indicated numerically by a clock; it is also that elusive thing which troubled St. Augustine and is sometimes vaguely defined as the independent variable in the laws of mechanics, or as distance divided by speed in uniform motion. The point is that a scientific observable, to be completely useful, must be understood in two different ways, one referring to direct experience, the other to related theoretical constructs. Hence it must possess two different kinds of definition, one operational or 'epistemic,' the other constitutive in the sense that the non-operational meaning of the term is constituted or established, as it were, by relations to other concepts. An operational definition of force is in terms of dynamometer readings, a constitutive one specifies it to be mass times acceleration. By virtue of the first the scientist is able to measure, by virtue of the second he can reason about forces." P. 34, Scientific Indeterminism and Human Freedom, by Henry Margenau, Archabbey Press, 1968, 1st ed.
  • Errol E. Harris on Newtonian classical time

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  • Giambattista Vico (1688-1744) on origins of classical time notions
    • "Jove [notice comnection here to Jahweh, Jahveh and Yahweh], king and father of men and gods, is placed above all the rest, but beneath Saturn, who, since he is father both of Jove [Jupiter] and of Time, has a longer annual course than all the other planets." Extracted from paragraph number 730, of The New Science, by Giambattista Vico, first edition published 1725, third edition published in 1744, Naples (subsequently translated/republished by Bergin and Fisch, 1947-8; bracketed paragraph numbers in TNS are theirs).
    • And from paragraph 732, "The theological poets gave beginnings to chronology in conformity with their astronomy. [This appears to hold, fairly generally, for other Earth civilizations: Greco-Roman, Egyptian, Mayan, etc.] For that same Saturn, who was so called by the Latins from sati, sown {fields}, and who was called Chronos, or Time, by the Greeks, gives us to understand that the first nations (all composed of farmers) began to count their years by their harvests of grain." Ibid. We substituted braces for Giambattista's brackets in that last quote, thus intraquote brackets are ours. His intraquote parentheticals.

      What we see here is a legacy planetary model for time, with homogeneous spatial rotation/peregrination rate as an implied 'identity' for time. On Earth, then, we may surmise evidence is strong for a decoherent classical concept/idea[l] of 'time' as space/space which has endured for centuries, probably millennia.

      And is it not of even greater interest to ponder whither Earth-folk denied Jove his own Jupiterian 'Time.' Would that Jove adhere Earth-chauvinistic 'time?'
'relative times'

Relative 'times:' AKA 'paratemporality:'

  • Times as plural, but yet classically objective, lisr, stoppably-stable/inanimate, and independent (classically 'time' is the normative 'independent variable')
  • Times as paratehmp¤ral, 'side-by-side' measurables:
    • Sequentially relative classical events, e.g., "paradigms"
    • Parallel relative classical events
    • See Kuhn
  • Times as Culturally Relativistic within OGC
  • Hermann Hesse on Relative time, "We immortals do not like things to be taken seriously. We like joking. Seriousness, young man, is an accident of time. It consists, I don't mind telling you in confidence, in putting too high a value on time. I, too, once put too high a value on time. For that reason I wished to be a hundred years old. In eternity, however, there is no time, you see. Eternity is a mere moment, just long enough for a joke." Hesse, quoting one of 'the old ones.' Page 111 of 248 total pages, no index, Steppenwolf, Bantam. 1981, 26th printing.

    Doug - 1Nov2005.

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Quantonics 'tihmings:' AKA 'pragmatehmp¤rality:'

  • Most important of all... Quantonics' tihmings aræ unst¤ppable. Both classical time and classically relativistic times are classically 'stoppable;' students of Quantonics should, n¤...must, weigh amd comsider how Einstein's paratemporal relativity requires time to classically stop! (I.e., his objective classical mathematics forced a radically formal subtraction which imposed a classical zero time.) And even more important than that is how Einstein's relativity sets homogeneous time's point of 'stoppability' as light speed! And light speed is essentially calculated as dx/x, since Einstein has no classically coherent concept for time as anything but a space, x, identity.

    Quantum tihmæ tihcks at uhp to Planck's ratæ amd keeps on tihcking at uhp to Planck's ratæ.

    If you even slightly fathom what that means, you may commence imagining why we aræ spending so much effort on this issue of heter¤gen¤us quantum tihmings, heter¤gen¤us quantum tehmporalities. T¤ quantum leapfr¤g this wh¤le pr¤blem, just d¤ what Doug has d¤ne: realihze that at 'classical light speed,' Planck's cl¤ck issi stihll tihcking. Quantum tihmæ, quantum tihmings, d¤ n¤t classically STOP!!! T¤ bæ acc¤mplishings this quantum leapfr¤gging epiphany, l¤¤k at ¤ur Quantonic-quantum sensory bandwidth perspicacities and perspicuities.

    Our quantonic vihew here d¤es n¤t invalihdate quantum relatihvity! It invalihdates Einstein's classical relativity based upon his insistence on a deluded notion of classically temporal stoppability!


  • Tihmings as pragmabsolute quantum action
  • Tihmings as heter¤gene¤us
    • One might argue here that quantum tehmp¤ral hætær¤gæneihty might offer potential for a classical notion of simultaneity. We can quite easily belie and tentatively refute any such notion. How? Let's make our answer slightly more subtle using our own Quantonics script, and then offer more detailed exegeses linguistically:


      Exegetically first, that quantonic subtlety: Ahll quantons aræ quantum umcærtainty ihnterrelati¤nshipings. Therefore, n¤ possibility 'exists' for any classical notions of simultaneity.

      Exegetically second, quantum hlihty issi abs¤lutæly anihmatæ, mahssihvely heterogæne¤uhs, ænsehmblings ¤f REIMAR flux. Wæ can qubihtahlly ømniht¤r iht, but wæ can nævær classically 'stop' it to analyze it! Quantum ræhlihty issi 'unstoppable.'

      See classical portion of this update just above. Doug - 3Feb2005.
  • Tihmings as anihmatæ zer¤ rate t¤ Planck rate, i.e., 1043 changæs per quantum-relative (i.e., animately- c¤mplementarily- amd omnifferentially-relative) zer¤-changæ reference quantum flux
  • Tihmings as c¤mplementary
    • included-middle tihmings
    • quantum c¤njugati¤nal vis-à-vis quantum comjugational tihmings
  • Tihmings as at least quatr¤t¤m¤us (in quantum-entr¤py, -c¤hesi¤n, -etc.)
  • Tihmings as quantum is¤flux derivative
  • Tihmings as classes of quantum ¤mniflux ihnterrelati¤nshipings (!!!)
    • This bullet uncloaks quintessences of quantum tihimings
    • Imagine an ensehmble of probability distributions (PDs); better, perhaps an ensemble of quantum likelihood omnistributionings (QLOs)
      Imagine them arranged, say with common-classically-latched extrema; with common-classically-latched modes; in a lineage of parallel 2D extensities; and so on...

      N¤w ihmagine a l¤cal c¤mtext ¤n æach amd c¤mnect them with blue d¤tted issi¤flux ellipses.

      Call æach ¤f those a class ¤f "quantons ¤f c¤mplementary tihmings."

      Depending ¤n h¤w many PDs y¤u ch¤se t¤ sh¤w, y¤u sh¤uld n¤w have n+1 classes ¤f tihmings' ihnterrelati¤nshipings. Here is a graphic showing ensemble PDs (QLOs) representing quantum~pastings, ~nowings, and ~futurings:


      That graphic illustrates many quantum memeos. You are aware that we already mentioned ¤ur Quantonic-quantum sensory bandwidth perspicacities and perspicuities twice previously under our time QELR. Notice how our graphic shows flux is ihn flux. Pastings, nowings, futurings are ihn pastings, nowings, futurings. Quantum reality's temporalities share quantum~included~middlings and are flux~animate~EIMA fractal. Time is ihn flux and flux is ihn time. Mass~energy are ihn quantum~timings~flux and quantum~timings are ihn mass~energy. Ditto space, gravity, and any other measurable-monitorable you can imagine.

      Notice too, how this graphic vivifies quantum~temporal~uncertainty. If John von Neumann had seen this graphic prior to attempting to classically lisr a special quantum event, he would have grasped immediately ad oculos why his efforts would never succeed. And we are only showing quantum~actuality. When we complement above with quantum~n¤nactuality, our memeos explode with Value and facilitation of miracles previously viewed classically as "impossible." Doug - 20,21Sep2005.

      Examples always help: Imagine PDs for ephemera of chaos of Earth's rotation and orbit and Sol's Milky Way orbit. Apply our imaginings to those. Do similarly for your body's electron orbits (including their acausal, "uncaused-cause," biophotonic-affected quantum jumps) around their atoms vis-à-vis your body's cellular apoptosis cycles (ontological OEDC ~orbits).

      Aræ any ¤f th¤se ihnterrelati¤nshipings ihnsignificant? W¤uld y¤u bæ y¤u with¤ut them? W¤uld realihty bæ real with¤ut them?

  • Tihmings as OEDC transitions
  • Tihmings as b¤unded by Planck rate flux and zer¤ rate flux
    (See our 2002: Quantum Sensory Bandwidth Perspicacities & Perspicuities.)

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  • Tihmings as quantum entr¤pic
    • p¤sentr¤py tihmings (quantum fermi¤nic dec¤herence)
    • zer¤entr¤py tihmings (quantum b¤s¤nic, BEC, fermi¤nic-electr¤n-pair c¤ntrar¤tati¤n, etc.)
    • negentr¤py tihmings
      • is¤flux¤r c¤ntrar¤tati¤n,
      • is¤space,
      • is¤time,
      • is¤mass,
      • is¤energy (AKA free energy, QVF, etc.),
      • is¤temperature,
      • is¤pressure,
      • etc.
        Thus y¤u can/may imagine h¤w quantum n¤nactuality is negentr¤pic and ¤ur list ¤f actual c¤mplementary comjugates here d¤ n¤t 'exist' from any classical perspective of actuality; as a result:
        • is¤spaceabsence_of_space
          (which appears, classically, as "non space"),
        • is¤temperatureabsence_of_temperature
          (which appears, classically, as "absolute zero"),
        • and so on...
    • mixentr¤py/partial-entr¤py tihmings
      (quantum c¤mplementary mixtures of all of above)


  • Tihmings as quantum c¤herent
    • dec¤herent tihmings (quantum-fermi¤nicity, etc.)
    • c¤herent tihmings (quantum-b¤s¤nicity, -reversibility, -s¤lit¤nicity, -superfluidity, -etc.)
    • is¤c¤herent tihmings (quantum-is¤reversibility, -tunneling, -included-middle, -entanglement, -c¤rrelati¤n, -c¤¤bsfecti¤n, -superluminality, -comjugational-superp¤siti¤n, -etc.)
    • mixc¤herent/partial-c¤herent tihmings (quantum c¤mplementary mixtures of all of above; comjecture: partial quantum c¤herence memes may explain quantum gravity amd thus quantum anti-gravity, quantum ph¤t¤n reflecti¤n/transmissi¤n st¤chastics (e.g., emissions normal to glass, 1:25 reflection rate — see Feynman's QED, p. 19), Andreev retr¤reflecti¤n, etc.)
  • Bergson on quantumesque tihmings
    • Mae-wan Ho paraphrases Bergson's view of quantumesque time similarly to this, "...[quantumesque] tihmings aræ an indivisible, heterogeneous, qualitative, durational, quantum c¤hesive (i.e., n¤nsynthetic), sympathetic-multiplicity."
  • Tihmings' quantum-sens¤ry-bandwidth perspicacities and perspicuities
    • Tihmings as b¤unded by human sens¤ry bandwidth
    • Tihmings as b¤unded by augmented (i.e., 'scientific') human sens¤ry bandwidth
    • Tihmings as b¤unded by Natural sens¤ry bandwidth
  • Tihmingsquanton(is¤¤mniflux,¤mniflux) (See is¤flux.)
  • Tihmings as directionless and free of any classical notions of scalar amplitude (See forward.)
  • Erwin Schrödinger on time, from his, 'On the Reversal of Natural Laws,' "The probability density is the product of two solutions of a diffusion equation and is thus bilinear as in quantum mechanics, and since the two solutions differ only in the direction of the time t, the product has no specified time direction." Apparently paraphrased by Walter Moore in his Schrödinger, p. 259, CUP 2001 paperback.

    If we were quantum physicists, perhaps quantum physical mathematicians, we would be revisiting Schrödinger's wave equations using non spatial quantum~hetero~temporalities. We would start by heterogeneously temporalizing his Laplacian operator and an attending independent time partial outside it. We might treat those novel temporal avatars as peaqlos.

See Quantonic Time Primer. See Classical vis-à-vis Quantonic Time.

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Classical objects only exist in, have interactions with, and pass 'through' a homological and analytic actual reality. Classical reality denies any quantum paralogical and c¤mplementary nonactuality.

See locus.

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As preposition, see of. In quantum comtexts, use 't¤.'

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Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'transition' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'transihtion.' Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'transition' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'transihtion.' Also 'transihtionings.'

Classical 'transition' is analytic, state-ic, mechanical, deterministic, EEMD manufacture of a new form, i.e., some thing transitioned from its former objective self into some new objective form. We can apply similar classical notions to locus vis-à-vis form. Shape vis-à-vis form. All classical transitions obey 'laws' of conservation. Classical transitions are causal. That means strict causation. Event A causes effect B with 1-1 correspondence. This is essence of classical science: predictability. All classical science rests on a notion of repeatable verifiability. Any non repeat, for whatever 'reason' invalidates predictability for a particular scientific hypothesis.

But does quantum reality ever repeat anything, in general, exactly? N¤!

But Doug, but, but, but... Why?

First, let us say that quantum reality only appears to repeat. Planetary orbits. Que stick striking a ball. Baseball bat hitting a baseball. Gun shooting a bullet.

Appearances are misleading. (Evidence: Parmenides, Plato, Aristotle, Aquinas, Buridan, Newton, Einstein, and this list goes on and on and on...) If repetition were a physical reality, shuttle's Challenger and Columbia would not have crashed.

From whence arises apparition of classical verifiable repeatability?

Quantum reality is self-similar and self-referent and changæ-driven by abs¤lute quantum flux and thus issi ensehmble sophisms: enormously heterogeneous emergent pr¤cessings. But quantum emergent pr¤cessings are n¤t 'analytically determinate' and thus verifiably repeatable! They are n¤t classically scientific! They are chaotic, acausal. They, in general, exhibit n¤ndeterministic periodic flux. NPF. But it's much more complex than that. Abs¤lutely anihmatæ ensehmble quantum sophisms, what we call "quantons," aræ also EIMA, c¤¤bsfective, c¤aware, quantum ¤nt¤l¤gical.

Quantum reality is 'not' classically manufacturing itself according to some grand book of Platonic forms, and Aristotelian categorical laws. Quantum reality issi endlessly emerscenturing itself. Always changing, changing all.

That's what we mean in Quantonics when we say "transihtionings."

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: Transmute, etc.

Our classical strawman denies, canonically, mutability let alone transmutability. Our dialectical model of classical reality essentially denies transmutation as defiance of canonic classical notions of: state, formal and mechanical-material-hylic-objectivity, excluded-middle, stability, Bergson's "movement of immobilities," etc. Immobilities 'cannot' self-other mutate, let alone transmute which is why Doug claims classical thing-king will never invent real AI.

Classicists treat scintillation as mechanical 'interactions' -- "objective-striking, -hitting, -bouncing, and -reflecting" -- state-to-state events without describable inter-intra-extra process. See Doug's coining of per intera.

Classical thought adheres dialectic and its constituent dialecta as ideally and 'scientifically' objective.

: Trahnsmutæ, etc.

Why is our QELR of 'transmute' so critical regarding our individual hermeneutics of quantum~reality?

All phenomena which happen,..., occur in quantum~reality are due scintillation of quanta. Every scintillation of every quantum in its interrelationshipings with other quanta and ensembles (EWings) of quanta are transmutative. This is essence of perpetual transmutative chance, choice, and change in quantum~reality! QCD is gluon~quark~electron creation n¤nactuality~actuality transmutation scihæncæ of scintillation of quanta. Quarks come in six flavors: TBCSUD. Up and Down quarks are used to scintillate~build~transmute atomic nuclei from quark tricodons. QED is electron~photon actuality~transmutation scihæncæ of scintillation of quanta. QED are quantum phenomena many that fall within human sensory bandwidth limitations. Our perceptions of these phenomena are bases of what we fathom as "our QREONings' individual reality." Every scintillation of every quantum produces transmutative phenomena! Seeing, hearing, touching, feeling, thinking...all are phenomena borne of quantum~scintillation processings. All are pneumatic and thus positive energy stochastic quantum~wave~wavicles. They are 'not' hylic-psychic classical 'wave-particles!'

So quantum~transmutation is at very heart of chaos and equilibrium. Quantum~transmutation borne of quantized~scintillation is at very heart of quantum~evolution.

Begin Aside 7Sep2012 :

Regular readers see Doug writing, "Iht issi ihn us and we are ihn Iht." Write it again, Sam! "Chaos is ihn equilibria and equilibria are ihn chaos." Former phasementing is omniversal in scope, with Iht quantumly semiotizing isoflux AKA quantum~vacuum and all of its scintillated fermionic~bosonic creation. Some refer Iht, without classical reification, G¤d. All of what this aside covers simply isn't possible in a classical objective, formal, mechanical, closed, (compare close vis-à-vis open), linear, circular, verifiable, provable, predicable, etc., 'reality.' For what humanity knows and understands now~ings, only a quantized, scintillating, hologra[[il][m][ph]ic reality can do what quantum~transmutation empirically shows us in our every day lives. If only we could see... If only we could believe...

Try thinkqing about that like this:

  • Chaos is high~gradience~equilibrium, and
  • Equilibrium is low~gradience~chaos.

Equilibrium is a measure of rates AKA gradiences of transmutation. Equilibrium issi ihn chaos, and chaos are ihn Equilibria. A quanton(chaos,equilibria): quantum~antinomial~complementarity of chaos and equilibrium! Doug's quanton's comma~nospace is a quantum~interpretant of quantum~antinomial~complementarity, "without contradiction." depends upon how we look at reality, how we hermeneut it (how we omni~interpret it). Classical is 'not' a good way to look at reality. Why? It isn't quantum!

Allow Doug to con(m)tinue that meme of " we look at reality..."

What are classicists' similars to equilibrium and chaos? Doug immediately th~ought of potential energy and kinetic energy. Both of those are problematic since classicists show them as areas under transverse curves. Too, classicists say that (claim that) we can add and subtract those areas. However, quantum~energy is quantized~flux rate, not area under a curve. Fluxes do not mathematically add and subtract, rather they phasistically interrelate. Given entanglement and interference, they phase~relatively cancel (Hyde, hide) and superpose (Jekyll, show). See Doug's QELR of entangle. See QELR of negate.

Given those caveats Doug had an insight born of classical ideas of total energy and action. Total energyc is arithmetic sum of potential and kinetic energy areas under their curves. Classical-action is canonically arithmetic 'di'fference twixt them.

Doug doesn't know yet how to interpret quantum~action, but it appears related to memes of phase~cancellation.

It does appear relevant Rolf Landauer's technique for increasing adiabaticity of RAM read-write cycles to lower their energy consumption. But would we call that "quantum action?" Don't know...quantum flux which tunnels appears to n¤t lose n¤r omnissipate energy...very interesting...if I recall well Landauer used quantum~tunneling to lower RAM wastage of energy.

It is evident that, in this case, " we look at a real problem..." is a very big deal, and QTMs appear hyper CTMs in that regard.

Is quantum~action quanton(chaos,equilibria)? Perhaps. A clue here may be how Doug's comma~nospace does quantum~complementarity as Quantonics Interrelationshipings. Quantum~action may be just one of many "all at once" hologra[[il][m][ph]ic phenomena assessed by a quantum~computer. That explains much in terms of nearly instantaneous affective outcomes borne of quantum~computation.

There appears to be a story here, but Doug doesn't know yet what it is...

Doug - 8Sep2012.

Doug calls "Iht issi ihn us and we are ihn Iht," coinsidence. William James calls it compenetration. Fritjof Capra calls it interpenetration. Bergson interfusion. And so on...

Most famous human on earth, a master of Autiot, said it like this, "I am in you and you are in me. 'Iht issi ihn me and I am ihn Iht. Therefore Iht issi ihn you...'" That person said if you don't understand "What I just told you..." (logos, the account) you are living in Error.

In quantum~reality what do we call this memeo which is so omnifficult for hylic-psychics to understand? "Quantum~antinomial~complementarity." In quantum~maths it appears as a quantonic~hologra[[il][m][ph]ic middle~inclusion.

It is what Pirsig meant when he so brilliantly uttered (narrated), "Mind is in body and body is in mind," [Lila, 1991] without contradiction (paraphrased on Doug's recall). "Without contradiction" means "quantum~antinomial~complementary." Only, as far as Doug knows, quantum~flux can do that.

Classical dialectic depends upon 'contradiction' to assess verifiable 'proof.' Dialectic is, therefore, manifestly bogus. It lies. It claims it can 'prove' based upon contradiction. It uses objective 'excluded-middle,' an Aristotelian syllogistic abomination (called "excluded-middle") to 'do' contradiction among other facile machinations.


End Aside 7Sep2012 .

This level of pneumatic thinkqing is necessary to understand and fathom quantum~reality. Classical hylic-psychic dialectical garbage thingking just doesn't cut it, folks!

Doug - 8Dec2011.

Quantum~thinkqing adheres quantal~scintillation: absolute and perpetual rqcs~change. Doug's quantum~reality m¤dalings are holographic~hologramic and their comstituents are hologra as EWings of fractal~recursive~self~other~scintillating quanta. Doug uses holographic~hologramic here autsimilar genome~phenome. Holograph is to genome as hologram is to phenome. Hologral EWings' peaqlo~fluxings comstitua are to their physial emerqancy as genome is to phenome. AI is intrinsic to quantum~transmutation. All quantum~scintillation is: aware, comscious, and to some extent intelligent. We must admit that quantum~awareness, comsciousness, and intelligence scale, transmute, and evolve with quantum~complexity.

Doug's QELR of transmute is enthymeme~partial and parcel of our quantum~philosophical evolutionings of quantum~equilibria and their associated quantum~chaos.

So, Doug, "How else can we thinkq of transmutation regarding quantum~chaos and quantum~equilibrium?"

Your query offers much omniscience through your own individual prescience, your proemial~nascence.

Often, when we broach complex philosophical issues like this, Doug goes back to Bergson. Keep in mind that Henri Louis Bergson, among many of his facets, was a Jew and a gnostic. Doug has gradually been able to eke out Bergson's gnosis.

Allow Doug to exegetize portions of Chapter IV of his Matter and Memory (ref. translation of M&M by N. M. Paul and W. S. Palmer, MIT Press, 1988).

Doug wants to concisely show Bergson's gnosis in his first three 'facts' from Chapter IV, quote:

  1. "Every movement, inasmuch as it is a passage from rest to rest, is absolutely indivisible." p. 188. (This is a Bergsonian gnostic interpretation of Jesus the Jew's phasementing to his Disciples' query, "Lord what is the sign of our living Father in us?" Jesus responds, "Movement and rest." Doug - 3Dec2011)
  2. "There are real movements." p. 193.
  3. "All division of matter into independent bodies with absolutely determined outlines is an artificial division." p. 196. (I.e., classical independence and separation are delusion. Doug - 3Dec2011)

Obtain, in Doug's view, rqcs~movement and (apparent) rqcs~rest represent what quantum~transmutation means semasiologically.

If that is so, then Doug can say movement and rest represent quantum~change, and quantum~change comsists of equilibrium and chaos alternating one another in a perpetual process of quantum~rqcs~evolution.


  • movement corresponds chaos, and
  • rest corresponds equilibrium.

Just as Doug has omnistinguished classical-transmute and quantum~trahnsmutæ, he can usee those descriptions to assist his distillations of classical-chaos from quantum~chaos, and classical equilibrium from quantum~equilibrium. Too, as we shall transemerq, trahnsmutæ issi quantum~quintessence of chaos and equilibrium. Thence all of those are quintessence of quantum~æv¤lution!

This 'transmute' QELR will grow and evolve indefinitely.

Doug - 1,3,8Dec2011, 12Feb2012, 10Mar2012, 9May2012, 17Jul2012, 7Sep2012.



See our Bases of Judgment and our What is Wrong with Probability as Value?

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Synonyms - classical:

  • absolute certainty
  • authenticity
  • concrete specificity
  • dialectic
  • dialectical certitude
  • dogma as social positivism
  • either-or
  • orthodoxy
  • positiveness
  • probity
  • reality
  • unambiguous
  • unequivocal
  • veracity
  • verisimilitude
  • verity vis-à-vis falsity
  • etc.

Synonyms - quantum:

  • appears as classical equivocation
  • appears as classical perversion (Banesh Hoffmann, TSSotQ)
  • appears as classical prevarication
  • both~all~while
  • flux is quantum real
  • quantum truth as an agent of its own evolutionary absolute change
  • quantum uncertainty
  • rhetoric
  • subjective, ensemble, animate likelihood omnistribution
  • etc.


"n. 1137 treuth, quality of being true; faithfulness developed prior 899 as Old English." Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology, p. 837,

: Truth, truths, truisms, etc.

"Truth is defined by the conformity of intellect and thing." Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica, Question 16, article 2. EBGB I & II.

This is a supreme height of 'thingy' Aristotelian bogosity: 'thingking."

This partially explains why Heraclitus, Hamann, Bergson, Pirsig, Renselle, et al., hold classical 'intellect' (DIQ) in such low esteem.

: Truth, truths, truthings, etc.

Doug did his first cut at classical vav quantum 'truth' in 2001. Doug just performed a similar effort on Emet, which is Qabalic for 'truth.' Doug's effort there is well worth your time if you want another benchmark for quantum~truthings as interpreted by students of Qabala nearly four thousand years ago. Please visit Doug's Sepher~Yetsiral Hologralexology™ of Emet. Doug - 2Apr2015.

Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'absolute truth' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'abs¤lute truth.' Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt classical 'truth' amd remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'truth,' and 'truthings.'

Quantum reality is a plural, present-participle reality. Quantum 'truth' issi 'truthings.' Quantum 'truth' issi an agent of its own changæ with impetus from abs¤lute quantum flux.

Our substitution of 'h-bar' (h) MT Extra font characters for occurrences of more classical 'h' reminds students of Quantonics that quantum truth is quantal, quantized, thus anihmatæ amd an agent ¤f its ¤wn changæ.

Where classical truth is assumed global or universal and may be assessed 'certainly,' quantum truth is islandic amd may be assessed ¤nly quantum umcærtainly.

Where classical truth is presumed absolute, i.e. one truth fits all contexts or one truth fits one universal context, quantum truth may ¤nly be assessed as an umcærtainty interrelati¤nship between comsistency amd c¤mpleteness. As quantum islandic comtexts gr¤w in n¤mbær, quantum c¤mpleteness increases, but quantum comsistency decreases. Thus abs¤luteness ¤f truth may be highly comsistent f¤r small amd l¤cal comtexts, abs¤luteness ¤f truth is c¤mplementary amd thus highly inc¤mplete. Similarly, abs¤luteness ¤f truth may be highly c¤mplete f¤r large amd multiple l¤cal amd n¤nl¤cal comtexts, abs¤luteness ¤f truth is c¤mplementary amd thus highly incomsistent.

Als¤ comsider quantum persistency ¤f tentative/variable quantum truth (See QTP and QVP vis-à-vis absolute persistence of classical truth).

More recently, during 2003-2005 we are commenting on good vis-à-vis truth elsewhere and to greater comprehension. See our 2003-2004 Feuilleton Chautauqua. It is a fairly long and challenging read...

As a result of that Feuilleton Chautauqua, we have placed classical notions of truth in a much much broader quantum comtext of a hierarchy which looks like this now (nearer top is more highly evolved, nearer bottom of list is less highly evolved):

  • Emergent Good (we call this quantum stochastic choosings, chancings, and changings, CH3ings, selectings emergent quantum noveltyings)
  • Dynamic Good (we call this quantum dynamic quality, DQ, agency of change and absolute evolution )
  • Static Good (we call this being, which is quantum tentative persistence, QTP, of bosons and fermions)
  • Likelihood (see Probability as Value link just below; corresponds futurings; a priorai)
  • Plausibility (corresponds nowings; a iamai)
  • Probability (pretty much quantum from here on up; corresponds pastings; a posteriorai)
  • Provability (pretty much classical from here on down)
  • Truth (provisional based upon classically ideal proof)
  • Proof (provisional based upon classically ideal falsifiability)
  • Falsifiability (depends on contradiction)
  • Contradiction (depends on objective negation)
  • Negation (depends on objective independence and ideal formal opposition)
  • Lisrability (primitive classical notion: objective independence)
  • Stability (primitive classical notion: reality holds still)

See our recent Bases of Judgment link just below.

Here is another, inverted, distillation of that page:

Classicists theorize and practice truth as stable. Bergson and Pirsig showed us how n¤ truth is stable, rather truth is an agent of its own change, its own quantum absolute change. This Bases of Judgment table distillation shows us how low in a hierarchy of Value our modern quantum mentors place truth. It is nearer bottom than top! That table's hierarchy distilled bottom (1) to top (14) looks like this:

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1. stability,
2. independence,
3. negation,
4. contradiction,
5. falsifiability,
6. proof,
7. truth,


A Failed Classical Truth Hierarchy

SOM's Box Denies Dynamic Quality









8. provability,

A Gödelian N¤n 'Logical' Transcension

Gödel's Pre~Quantum Subjunctihve Leap Requires Recursion
9. probability, [was: a posteriorai]
10. plausibility
, [is: a iamai]
11. likelihood,
[ought: a futuriorai]
12. static
careful good,
13. dynamic good,
14. emergent good.


A Quantum Value Ascension

top (evolute interim)

MoQ's Quantum Animate EIMA QLO Bazaar

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In this inversion of our previous bullet list, we see that truth is trapped twixt a crippled-invalid classical notion of proof and a prequantum memeo of provability. Simply, absolute truth is a bogus classical notion. Most classicists wave it about as a semaphore of ultimate Parmenidean, Platonic, Aristotelian sentience. But that is waving-about classical dialectic, isn't it? Essentials, fundamentals of classical dialectic loiter in lowest seven levels of our judgment hierarchy. Dialectic resides appropriately in judgment's cellar. It corresponds social judgment: ESQ, what some classicists (e.g., Polanyi, et al.) call explicit know-ledge AKA 'positive know-ledge.' Quantum 'logic,' what we have chosen to refer quantonically as "coquecigrues," which is quantum rhetorical sophism (a classical 'monster' of 'nonlogic'), emerges in probability and for now culminates in emergent good...

Doug - 9-13Nov2004 - we borrowed Doug's review text words from our review of Polanyi's Study of Man.

An 11Oct2008 Quantum~Gn¤sis Aside:

When Doug superposed these following words (light blue text just below) on our existing quantum memeos of truthings, Doug was a year away yet from his mid~2005 quantum~stage adventures into quantum~gnosis. What is remarkable here is that during Doug's 2003~2004 Feuilleton Chautauqua, Doug didn't realise it, but he was emerscing grundlagen for what he now calls "Quantum~Gnosis."

Doug's Quantum~Adventures™ in retrospect appear almost impossible, let alone deeply fathomable. How did Doug evolve from Pirsig's MoQ in mid 1980s to Quantum~Gn¤sis in mid 200Xs? One way of quantum~staging this using QTMs, is that most of Doug's mentors, without Doug fathoming it, appear to have their own quantum~predilections re gnosis: Heraclitus (See Heraclitus' the account and the logos.), Bergson, James, Pirsig, Pagels, GRS Mead, Gaffney, Chaldæans, Peratæans, Valentinæuns, Naassenes, Essenes, even more ancient Ophites (i.e., serpentine stone regarded as hermaphroditic; 'Y' as a grail (grale) which can quantum~recursively swallow its own tail (tale); 'V' of 'Y' as cup (a 'half' AKA haploid) of hermaphroditic stone) in which "all things mix in all things"), et al.,..., and now Doug.

Doug wants to mark following paragraphs as his mid~2004 proemial precis of what he n¤w~ings, CeodE 2008, and k~n¤w~ings means by "Quantum~Gn¤sis," even though Doug did n¤t kn¤w, even anticipate that when he wrote these words:

MoQites will want to ascertain that we compress "static good" from Pirsig's MoQ hierarchy of SQ. Let's show its levels here, too, classic-Aristotle-ABSI-inverted (Please read all of our October, 2003 News (it is long yet fairly easy; link just above shows results) to understand a ~2500 year evolution of this Value subhierarchy):

12.a. Atomic-Inorganic
12.b. Biological
12.c. Social
12.d. Intellectual

Notice that 12 is a SQ (Yodq) recapitulative recursion of 1-14 which is SQ (Yodq) and 1-14 is a SQ (Yodq) recapitulative recursion of 12! Please standunder that DQ (Alephq) is vital impetus of quantum recapitulative recursion! It is a bit like Gershwin's musical recursion in Rhapsody in Blue with Gershwin playing it on a piano as an agent of DQ (Alephq)! 12 harbors all of what is necessary to emerscitect 1-14! 1-14 harbors all that is necessary to emerscitect 12! This is a full-blown exemplar of quantum recursion more colloquially known as "sophism." 12 is like a quantum chromosome of 1-14! 12 is in 1-14 and 1-14 is in 12! All that is in DQ (Alephq) and DQ (Alephq) is in all that! It is a simile of you looking at reality quantum recursively and reality looking at you quantum recursively. See our recent, 2004, you as a monism, you as a monism and pluralism, and you as a pluralism emerscitecting a non explicit monism.

To relevantly quote Carlo Suares in his Qabalic [quantum~]hermeneutics of OT's Song of Songs, "As the tree is in its seed, so is the meaning of the Song of Songs in its title." Quantum~paraphrased with ostentationq by Doug, "As any wavingsq (quintessencingsq) issi ihn its waviclingsq (residueq), s¤ issi any hologramings'q emerqancyingsq ihn its holographingsq." Whatq becomesq very (i.e., veritablyq) evidentq hereq issi howq Song of Songs issi aboutq truthingsq of Qabala describing (using reality's Autiot) Cosmic~Realityings' energyingsq recursivelyq expressingq themselvesq ihn fractalq termsq of selfq and otherq networkingsq.

Regarding 12.d. Intellectual, in Quantonics we claim classical society (as a composite social object culturally-manufactured-synthesized of individual classical human objects) has n¤ intellect, i.e., classical society cann¤t think, it cann¤t even thingk, as classical individuals do; classical society 'legally' runs on automatic (i.e., "social 'principle' as 'state' ruling something 'not' itself," a Chaldæan oracle...); we claim classical individuals can only 'thingk,' so we say "Individual Intellect" here, and in our quantum version we just abbreviate it to "Individual." It is valuable to our adventure'sq ostentationq CeodE 2014 to offer betterq exotericq omniscriptionings (via script[[c][q]]) of individual, intellect, and society:




Individualq (In Quantonics remediated script, Ihndihvihdual )
Intellectq (In Quantonics remediated script, Ihntællect )
Societyq (In Quantonics remediated script, S¤ciety )

How can we do that? Quantum individuals k-now how to quantum cohere, quantum culturally. Quantum society is n¤t an objective construct! Quantum society is n¤t a mechanical production borne of synthetic assembly of objective parts. Due CTM's disablers, classicists are fundamentally incapable of quantum cultural coherence. Classicists view themselves as objective-cog-individuals in a classically objective societal formation. Quantum society emerges, recursively. Its individuals are in it, and it is in its individuals, quantum coherently.

These last few paragraphs are essence of Robert M. Pirsig's MoQ commingling Mae-wan Ho's quantum~Bergsonian hermeneutics with Doug's quantum spin.

Doug added red text in blue text box to make a Chaldæan quantum~gn¤stic recapitulative nexus twixt now and then.

From this juncture forward in Quantonics' hopefully unbounded futurings, let it be said that this is what Doug learned, hermeneuted, intuited as "Quantum Gn¤sis."

Please observe that n¤whræings ihn that text did Doug use a word, 'gnosis.' What is amazing to Doug, is how those paragraphs, CeodE 2008, in retrospect so obviously describe what Doug means by "Quantum~Gn¤sis."

Indeed, gentle reader, quantum~gn¤stic~truthings are potent! See potentia.


End 11Oct2008 Quantum~Gn¤sis Aside.

See: absolute, axiom, certain, fact, law, principle, rule, tautology.

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

Classically 'two' counts two lisr objects.

Quantumly 'tw¤' is quantum_2. Viz. tw¤ anihmatæ Planck quantons divided by ¤ne Planck quanton. See quantum tw¤ m¤deled using Planck quantons.

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©Quantonics, Inc., 2001-2030 Rev. 18Jan2016 PDR — Created 20Jul2002  PDR
(10Apr2001 rev - Add rem. for 'truth.')
(17Apr2001 rev - Add 'to.')
(18Apr2001 rev - Add 'tautology.')
(19Apr2001 rev - Upgrade 'tautology.')
(15May2001 rev - Minor extensions & links added to 'tautology.' Add 'through.')
(9Jul2001 rev - Add 'true' TBD.)
(10Jul2001 rev - Add 'two.')
(19Aug2002 rev - Upgrade 'tautology.')
(5Sep2002 rev - 'C
hangæ' remediate quantum comtextual occurrences of 'change' in 'tautology.')
(6-7Sep2002 rev - Add 'time.' Break 'time' and 'ti
hmings' into smaller, browsable segments.)
(9Sep2002 rev - Correct typo and add link to QVP under 'truth.')
(13Sep2002 rev - Extend 'truth.' See red text updates and new links.)
(20Sep2002 rev - Remediate all quantum comtextual occurrences of 'animate' on this page.)
(26Sep2002 rev - Remediate all quantum comtextual occurrences of 'ensemble.')
(26Sep2002 rev - Add description remediation of 'te
hmp¤ral' to 'time.')
(12Nov2002 rev - Extend 'time,' especially 'paratemporality' and 'pragmatemporality.')
(7Feb2003 rev - For browser compatibility, substitute GIFs for some Wingdings and Symbol fonts. Reset red text.)
(13Jun2003 rev - Extend 'time.')
(22Jul2003 rev - Add 'transition.' Extend 'truth.')
(9Aug2003 rev - For browser compatibility, substitute GIFs for some Wingdings and Symbol fonts.)
(25Aug2003 rev - Very importantly! Extend quantum ti
hmings; see red text.)
(13Oct2003 rev - Reset legacy red text.)
(12Nov2003 rev - Reset dates and red text.)
(28Dec2003 rev - Update 'ti
(29Dec2003 rev - Add 'think.' Add one 'thingk' link.)
(20Jan2004 rev - Add quantum comtext actual to special 'c¤njugation.')
(2Feb2004 rev - Correct 'do' to 'does' grammar error under 'think.')
(24Feb2004 rev - Reset add's. and rev's. and red text.)
(6May2004 rev - Add Margenau on 'time.')
(27Jun2004 rev - Extend discussion under classical time, in red text.)
(7Jul2004 rev - Update quantum time as directionless and amplitude free.)
(13Jul2004 rev - Update true and truth.)
(19Aug2004 rev - Reset update notifications.)
(30Aug2004 rev - Correct 'Perspicuities' to 'Perspicuities' under quantum tihmings.)
(6Sep2004 rev - Add pink cell update under time; SOM, CR, MoQ~quantum time.)
(15Sep2004 rev - Extend 'truth' with link to Bases of Judgment, and comments.)
(21Oct2004 rev - Reset red text. Allow table and cell bounds to adjust freely.)
(30Oct2004 rev - Extend 'think.')
(9-13Nov2004 rev - Extend 'truth.' Repair unintentional inversion of proof above truth to truth above proof.)
(27Nov2004 rev - Add 'Coquecigrues' link under 'truth.')
(8-18Dec2004 rev - Extend 'think.' Extend 'Quantonic Timings.')
(3Feb2005 rev - Reset some legacy red text. Extend 'Quantonic Timings.')
(4,30Mar2005 rev - Add QELR of 'simultaneity' links under 'time.' Remove some legacy, irrelevant, text from 'truth.')
(19Apr2005 rev - Extend 'time' for Quantonics' innovative usages of Latin for past, now, before, and future.)
(17,28-9Jun2005 rev - Add 'quantal' QELR link under 'truth.' Further extend 'truth' with Aquinas quote, synonyms, etymology.)
(31Jul2005 rev - Reset red text.)
(1,20,25Sep2005 rev - Update 'truth.' Update 'time' with Temporal QLO graphic. Update Temporal QLO gif under time. Add link to Perspic & Perspic.)
(1Nov2005 rev - Add Steppenwolf quote to 'relative time.')
(10Dec2005 rev - Add 'select' link under 'truth.')
(4,20-21,23Jan2005 rev - Update classical 'thingk' list with red text. Move 'truth' 9-13Nov2004 comment under apropos paragraph. Reformat page top. Typo
: 'sysno' to 'syno.')
(19Mar2006 rev - Intricately update 'truth' for changes borne of adding 'plausibility' to our bases of judgment list.)
(28May2006 rev - Add 'Latin Participle Timings' anchor under 'time.')
(10Aug2006 rev - Reset legacy red text. Repair some minor typos.)
(18,20Jan2007 rev - Add 'Be Careful SQ' link under 'truth.' Update subjunctive portion of classical-quantum~trut
h hierarchy table.)
(9Jun2007 rev - Add 'PNFings' anchor.)
(5Oct2007 rev - Add missing link under 'quantum~thought.')
(18,20Dec2007 rev - Add 'Problematics' link at page top. Add 'truth' anchor titled 'Truth as Recapitulative Recursion.')
(21Feb2008 rev - Adjust dates.)
(20Mar2008 rev - Reset legacy red text.)
(16Aug2008 rev - Reformat.)
(11Oct2008 rev - Update 'truth' with an acknowledgment of "Doug's Quantum Gnosis Adventure.")
(5Nov2008 rev - Replace wingdings and symbol fonts with gifs. Reset legacy markups.)
(6Dec2008 rev - Add 'omnivalent' link. Reset legacy markups.)
(10Jan2009 rev - Add aside under 'time.')
(18,23Feb2009 rev - Add 'What is Gnosis?' link. Reset legacy markups. Add link to our recent QELR of 'aware' under 'time.')
(20Sep2009 rev - Add intra page 'wave' links to recent QELR of 'wave.')
(20Jul2010 rev - Reformat page. Make page current.)
(6May2011 rev - Add 'chancings' link under 'truth.')
(18Jul2011 rev - Add 'fractal' links to "How to do quantum~fractals.")
(1,3Dec2011 rev - Add QELR of 'transmute.' Update 'transmute.')
(13Jan2012 rev - Reset legacy markups.)
(12Feb2012 rev - Add 'rqcs' affixes under 'transmute.')
(10Mar2012 rev - Add a link to A Primer Quantum Cuneiform, 'A Reservoir of Wave Functions' under 'transmute.')
(9May2012 rev - Add 'intelligence' link under 'transmute.')
(17Jul2012 rev - Add link to new remediation of 'chaos' under 'transmute.')
(7-8Sep2012 rev - Add an aside under 'transmute.' Add commentary on " we look at reality...")
(8Oct2012 rev - Revise 'transmute' with 'close' vav 'open.')
(10Dec2012 rev - Add 'serpent' link under 'truth' at 'serpentine.')
(13Sep2013 rev - Add 'comscious' link to 'What Is Consciousness?' under 'transmute.' Add link to 'action' under 'transmute.')
(13,18Jan2014 rev - Update 'truth' with "As the Tree is in the Seed" Qabalic relevancy. Subsequent updates to 'truth.')
(27Feb2014 rev - Add Yod and Aleph after SQ and DQ near text "Notice that 12...")
(24Mar2014 rev - Add 'antinomial~complementarity' under 'transmute.')
(23Apr2014 rev - Add links under QELR of 'think.' Add some links under QELR of 'transmute.')
(8Sep2014 rev - Add 'GRS' to Mead under 'truth.')
(3Dec2014 rev - Add 'Aside on Quantum Time.')
(28Dec2014 rev - Update SOM, CR, MoQ 'time' Summary immediately following 'Quantum~Time' aside. Update Classical 'scientific' time re space rate proxy as an identity of classically analytic time.)
(27Jan2015 rev - Add 'think' alternative QELR as think
(8Mar2015 rev - Add 'Quantum Assessment' links under 'Thought,' 'Transmute,' and 'Truth.')
(2Apr2015 rev - Add 'Emet' link under 'truth.')
(1Dec2015 rev - Add 'Hyde, hide,' and 'Jekyll, show' under 'Transmute.')
(18Jan2016 rev - Add 'Quantum~Thinking' anchor under 'Think.')