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    For frick's sake. Can we get another INTP in here to translate? I can't understand your super computer coding amidst a series of tubes. It's like running ground meat through different meat grinders a few more times.

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    Thank you Mystic Tater.
    The A complements in the linear. However, we are in the lookout to find the C.
    We only need the A to find it.
    The loci for functions is found in the C alone.

    The C is definitively unlinear. This is exactly what I was trying to say in the posts I wrote today.
    It is the C is where you find the types. Therefore axiomwise, MBTI is entirely unlinear.
    Here we have the linear (A) and the unlinear (C) in the loci. Differentiated in the equation by odd numbers for C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Thank you Mystic Tater.
    The A complements in the linear. However, we are in the lookout to find the C.
    We only need the A to find it.
    The loci for functions is found in the C alone.

    The C is definitively unlinear. This is exactly what I was trying to say in the posts I wrote today.
    It is the C is where you find the types. Therefore axiomwise, MBTI is entirely unlinear.
    Here we have the linear (A) and the unlinear (C) in the loci. Differentiated in the equation by odd numbers for C.
    The types are not linear because they are multidimensional. The are composite and expose themselves in different imminences as you look at them in different angles. If they were linear, then what strange worldviews we could have. However, we have given them a linear format by putting them on paper, which is entirely unfitting.

    I could be off but this is my interpretation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unkindloving View Post
    For frick's sake. Can we get another INTP in here to translate? I can't understand your super computer coding amidst a series of tubes. It's like running ground meat through different meat grinders a few more times.

    I've actually been made curious, but make the mind pain stop
    OK I try again.

    Say we have axioms N,S,P and R.

    N complements S
    P compements R
    and vice versa.
    In straight lines.

    NP complements SR
    PN complements RS
    PS complements RN
    SP complements NR
    and vice versa.
    Not in straight lines.

    It is the idea of MBTI. The loci for functions, and therefore for the types, is off the road.
    Mystic Tater pointed out the dispostion in his essay on the matrix.

    A: Straight lines
    C: Not straight lines.

    A

    04444
    44444
    44444
    44444
    44448

    C

    44444
    14444
    44444
    44447
    44444

    0 + 8 = 1 + 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    The types are not linear because they are multidimensional. The are composite and expose themselves in different imminences as you look at them in different angles. If they were linear, then what strange worldviews we could have. However, we have given them a linear format by putting them on paper, which is entirely unfitting.

    I could be off but this is my interpretation.
    This is exactly it. I could not have said it as well.
    Very good. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    The types are not linear because they are multidimensional. The are composite and expose themselves in different imminences as you look at them in different angles. If they were linear, then what strange worldviews we could have. However, we have given them a linear format by putting them on paper, which is entirely unfitting.

    I could be off but this is my interpretation.
    This is why the world needs more Tater.

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    Yes. The world needs more Tater.

    DICHOTOMY OF A

    By the primary axioms, clockwise A B C D, we reach the secondary axioms,
    clockwise a b c d.

    DXXXA
    XXXXX
    XXXXX
    XXXXX
    CXXXB


    XXdXX
    XXXXX
    cXXXa
    XXXXX
    XXbXX


    We now differentiate quantity and quality. 1a. Dichotomy of A:
    If the vertical declension represents quantity, the horizontal declension represents quality.
    Parallely, vice versa. One or the other. Not one and the other.

    Vertical declension: Quality:
    Horizontal declension: Quantity:

    XXXXA
    XXXXX
    XXXXX
    XXXXX
    XXXXX

    100 =

    44444
    44444
    44444
    44444
    44444

    =


    01234
    12345
    23456
    12345
    01234

    +


    44444
    22222
    00000
    00000
    00000

    1b.

    100 =

    44444
    44444
    44444
    44444
    44444

    =

    00024
    00024
    00024
    00024
    00024

    +


    45654
    34543
    23432
    12321
    01210

    We had vertical declension to represent quantity. Horizontal d. to represent quality.

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    A word before I go on.

    100 =

    86420
    86420
    86420
    86420
    86420

    8 - 4 = 4
    6 - 4 = 2
    4 - 4 = 0

    2 - 4 below zero etc. Numbers missing.


    We had quantified

    44444
    22222
    00000
    00000
    00000

    parallelly in a diverse dichotomy of A

    00024
    00024
    00024
    00024
    00024

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    What does not show is on the other side. Exclusion complements inclusion.
    We had

    01234
    12345
    23456
    12345
    01234

    representing the declension of quality in the dichotomy of A. (1a)

    The Dichotomy of B

    XXXXX
    XXXXX
    XXXXX
    XXXXX
    XXXXB

    100 =

    44444
    44444
    44444
    44444
    44444

    =

    01210
    12321
    23432
    34543
    45654

    +

    00024
    00024
    00024
    00024
    00024

    alternatively


    100 =

    44444
    44444
    44444
    44444
    44444

    =

    00000
    00000
    00000
    22222
    44444

    +

    01234
    12345
    23456
    12345
    01234

    One process. Two dichotomies.

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    The dichotomy of C.

    C = - A

    check


    A:

    45654
    34543
    23432
    12321
    01210

    +

    00024
    00024
    00024
    00024
    00024

    or

    44444
    22222
    00000
    00000
    00000

    +

    01234
    12345
    23456
    12345
    01234

    C:

    43210
    54321
    65432
    54321
    43210

    +

    00000
    00000
    00000
    22222
    44444

    or

    01210
    12321
    23432
    34543
    45654

    +

    42000
    42000
    42000
    42000
    42000

    check

    45654
    34543
    23432
    12321
    01210

    -

    01210
    12321
    23432
    34543
    45654

    = 0

    check

    4 - 0 = 5 - 1 = 6 - 2 = 5 - 1 = 4 - 0 = 4

    3 - 1 = 4 - 2 = 5 - 3 = 4 - 2 = 3 - 1 = 2

    2 - 2 = 3 - 3 = 4 - 4 = 3 - 3 = 2 - 2 = 0

    And the potential missing numbers surface:

    1 - 3 = 2 - 4 = 3 - 5 = 2 - 4 = 1 - 3 = - 2

    0 - 4 = 1 - 5 = 2 - 6 = 1 - 5 = 0 - 4 = - 4

    check

    44444
    22222
    00000
    00000
    00000

    -

    00000
    00000
    00000
    22222
    44444

    = 0

    42000
    42000
    42000
    42000
    42000

    -

    00024
    00024
    00024
    00024
    00024

    = 0

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