January 22nd, 2007

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Prelude to Infinite Math

"Better English higher book" 1929 - Harry Jewett Jeshke

A verb form that partakes the nature of a noun, of an adjective, and of an adverb. The preposition "to" is the "sign of the infinitive" May be used as an adjective modifier, adverbial modfifier of a noun and as an adverbial modifier of a verb, adjective or adverb; sometimes used as a noun.

Active Voice Present
to verb

Active Voice Perfect Present
to have verbed

Passive Voice Present
to be verbed

Passive Voice Perfect Present
to have been verbed

Conjugation of infinitives appear only in the present (NOW) tense. The "perfect" present tense infinitive examples given appear as present tense possessives of past tense. Strange but true, perfection is in the possession of past.

to be - to have been
to see - to have seen
to be seen - to have been seen
(to)verb - (to)possess(past tense verb)

In terms of "formal" notes, letters, voice, writing, we see the infinitive present perfect phrasing most often used, with the subtraction of the "sign of" in order to be more perfect than perfect. Third person passive perfect.

To see this in another dimension, we seek a well known phrase from the past, "to be or not to be" and through substitution, we clarify the cosmic interrogative..

"Infinite or not infinite?" or.. "Infinite or finite?"

To continue to comprehend the pejoration of language, commencing well back into past, let`s say, in our grandparents time, the 1920 and previous.. we will not look into a few more grammatical items.

Representative of participative or participle, the gerunds connect together verbs and verb actor. A gerund is a verb+ing. Part noun and part verb. A gerund appears to be an origin of pejorative speaking. by nature, verb IS action, through the append of gerund-ing, the object is to double up action by attempting to make verb equal noun, in order to once again be converted into verb through contact with the noun actor.

Math of Gerunds:
verb /= verb -- verb = noun+noun

"infiniting or finiting?"
"to be being or not to be being?"

Words listed are termed irregular verbs:
am, is, be, was, been

To be an irregular verb is to be a connector of a noun and a verb, though irregular verbs are in mathematical sense, EQUAL SIGNS. Thus the preceeding words are meant to convert NOUN into VERB. Pejoration HARD at work.

To prelude infinite math, the comprehension of "the sign of the infinite" is absolutely necessary as it states that infinite math is NOT calculated using NUMBERS. Infinites are LETTERS. Words are the object of infinite math, the RESULT. In all languages, words, are EQUATIONS.
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More Infinity

Alpha denotes the system of ALL letters and Omega denotes the system of ALL numbers.

The apeiron is a cosmological theory created by Anaximander in the 6th century BC.

Anaximander's work is mostly lost. From the few extant fragments, we learn that he believed the beginning or first principle (arche) is an endless, unlimited mass (apeiron), subject to neither old age nor decay, which perpetually yields fresh materials from which everything which we can perceive is derived.

Other pre-Socratic philosophers had different theories of the apeiron. For Pythagoras, the universe had begun as an apeiron, but at some point it inhaled the void from outside, filling the cosmos with vacuous bubbles that split the world into many different parts.

The one surviving fragment of Anaximander was transmitted as a quote by Simplicius and could be translated as

Whence things have their origin,
Thence also their destruction happens,
According to necessity;
For they give to each other justice and recompense
For their injustice
In conformity with the ordinance of Time.

Anaximander asserted that the primal being of the world was state of indefiniteness. In accordance with this, anything definite has to eventually pass back into indefiniteness.

In physics, a quantum (plural: quanta) refers to an indivisible entity of energy. Usually referred to as quantum "mechanics", it is regarded by virtually every professional physicist as the most fundamental framework we have for understanding and describing nature, for the very practical reason that it works. It is "in the nature of things", not a more or less arbitrary human preference.

E=hν, where E is energy, h is Planck's constant, and ν (Greek letter nu) is frequency. Planck's constant has dimensions of energy multiplied by time, which are also the dimensions of action. The dimensions may also be written as momentum times distance (N•m•s)

There are many physical constants in science, some of the most widely recognized being the rationalized Planck's constant ħ, the gravitational constant G, the speed of light in the vacuum c, the electric constant ε0, and the elementary charge e. The fine-structure constant α is probably the best known dimensionless fundamental physical constant.

ok ok whoah.. this is really getting to sense. Clarification occurring..

Anyone following all this and interested in infinity, please.. take note of and participate in the following or preceeding post as it falls above.

Now beginning to see the infinite equations.. Once, twice, thrice. Meme.
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Terre begins to see chi. Celestine Prophesy expliqued personal energy fields.. Conversation existing, Papillion and Jean, sort of heatwave style hot highway radiance.. The flow/color feels ampy but colorless. Distracted, come back later.
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Oop, another interlude..

Sophism - modern usage:

In traditional logical argument, a set of premises are connected together according to the rules of logic and lead therefore to some conclusion. We can also argue this backward in order to explain ideas. For example, you think of something based on a series of conclusions. A conclusion is a premise, i.e. a statement, based on an inference, that is, a piece of information. If the inference is a fact, then the conclusion has a factual base.

When someone criticizes the argument, they do so by pointing out either falsehoods among the premises or logical fallacies, flaws in the logical scaffolding. These criticisms may be subject to counter-criticisms, which in turn may be subject to counter-counter-criticisms, etc. Generally, some judge or audience eventually either concurs with or rejects the position of one side and thus a consensus opinion of the truth is arrived at.

The essential claim of sophistry is that the actual logical validity of an argument is irrelevant (if not non-existent); it is only the ruling of the audience which ultimately determines whether a conclusion is considered "true" or not. By appealing to the prejudices and emotions of the judges, one can garner favorable treatment for one's side of the argument and cause a factually false position to be ruled true.

Logical Fallacy - common examples:

* Formal fallacies
o Argument from fallacy "ad logicam"
o Affirming the consequent or Denying the antecedent
* Faulty generalization Inductive fallacies like
o Biased sample
o Half-truths
o Hasty generalization
o Misleading vividness
o Package-deal fallacy or False dilemma
o Proof by example
* Questionable cause Informal causal fallacies
o Begging the question, circular logic "petitio principii"
o Correlation implies causation "Cum hoc ergo propter hoc"
o Post hoc ergo propter hoc
o Appeal to consequences "ad consequentiam"
o Appeal to force "ad baculum"
o Appeal to probability & Slippery slope
* Informal Relevance fallacies
o Irrelevant conclusion "Ignoratio elenchi" like Red herring
o Straw man
o Association fallacy
o Ad hoc
o Argument from ignorance, incredulity, belief, conviction... "ad ignorantiam"
o Appeal to emotion like Appeal to fear, Appeal to flattery, Appeal to pity, Appeal to spite...
o Wishful thinking
o Appeal to authority or Appeal to ridicule "Ad hominem"
o Appeal to the majority "ad populum"
o Appeal to tradition "ad antiquitatem"
* Informal Verbal fallacies
o Equivocation & Loki's Wager
o Undistributed middle & No true Scotsman
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Quoting Madeskmo from rave.ca

the etymology of the "philos" in the term philosophy is "love"

i define love as a concept absent of negation
or rather a total affirmation of an ideal -
an embracing and holistic realised existence

love of negation is an oxymoron in those terms
and that is mostly what is happening in most discussions here
reference to negation, negation, negation of negation, etc.

we are simply getting personal opinion and sentiments absent of philos
- an expression of an unruly desire to affirm one's self
yet carried out in an unrealistic manner
since should you uphold the highest ideal you would be living your love absent of obstruction

the culture which we uphold creates this dynamic within the self
it is symptomatic of the absurdity and appeal of modernity

and that is my comment

i can be wrong

this comment itself negates itself
and is pretty redundant for that

2cents more for the corpse's eyes

(Thanks Madeskmo - another view on love)