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1. How exactly do you determine which grouping of 6 means which function cluster (IP, EJ etc.)? I know you pointed out which ones were which, I was just curious as to how you knew that from the graph.

2. Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR
How exactly do you determine which grouping of 6 means which function cluster (IP, EJ etc.)? I know you pointed out which ones were which, I was just curious as to how you knew that from the graph.
You have posted the valid questions in the thread. I expected this question.
Spatially, there is no beyond.
The axiom is within only.
A change in the axiom in the order does not change anything. What comes, goes.
It is about the order. In other words, there is no space outside.

The other side is not beyond. It is the other side of what is.
IP could be the direct opposite, or the cross direct opposite of what I have chosen.
The order would be the same.

A universal entity is not in a thing. It is the thing. It does not have axioms apart from its own axioms. The reference point is within.

3. I felt like that might be the case. Just as long as you remained consistent, you could designate what you wished each to be.

4. Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR
I felt like that might be the case. Just as long as you remained consistent, you could designate what you wished each to be.
Exactly.

5. How to make it easy?
Look for the component party (c).

if 100 - 1
c. = 100 + T(1)

100 + T(1) -
100 - 1
= 11

T(2) = 2 X T(1)

T(11) = 11

a mismatch?
no, 11 X 10 = 110

check

99 - T(01 X 9) = 011-02
99 - T(02 X 9) = 022-04
99 - T(03 X 9) = 033-06
99 - T(04 X 9) = 044-08
99 - T(05 X 9) = 055-10
99 - T(06 X 9) = 066-12
99 - T(07 X 9) = 077-14
99 - T(08 X 9) = 088-16
99 - T(09 X 9) = 099-18
99 - T(10 X 9) = 110-20

I don't have a clue what you are talking about but it looks like something intelligent.
My math skills (or something) cannot interpret this stuff, but I blame my right hemisphere that has taken over my thought process.

7. Originally Posted by alcea rosea
I don't have a clue what you are talking about but it looks like something intelligent.
My math skills (or something) cannot interpret this stuff, but I blame my right hemisphere that has taken over my thought process.
I am a right brainer, too.

8. Originally Posted by wildcat
I am a right brainer, too.
You use it better, the right side.

9. Originally Posted by alcea rosea
You use it better, the right side.
You can beat me any time.

10. Originally Posted by wildcat
You can beat me any time.
I probably couldn't.

But, more calculations, please! I want to be amazed even if I don't understand. I think it's wonderful how people's brains work differently.

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