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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Errm is it just me or are you just turning the order around to suit the system you have conceived?

    12345 is not the same as 34512 except in loops. Loops are still in only one plane and hence not spatial. A more accurate terminology would be cyclical.
    Cyclical suits me fine. I do not mind if we call the thing Xmas pudding.
    One plane is all we need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Cyclical suits me fine. I do not mind if we call the thing Xmas pudding.
    One plane is all we need.
    Hey if you stick to the one plane then I'll follow. I thought you were attempting 3 dimensional orders, hence the confusion.

    You sure that it'd be a good idea calling it pudding though?
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Hey if you stick to the one plane then I'll follow. I thought you were attempting 3 dimensional orders, hence the confusion.

    You sure that it'd be a good idea calling it pudding though?
    A three dimensional cut through has a problem in representation.
    But you know what. The electricity went off as usual (we do not have a generator; this is a backward village beyond civilization). And I was sitting in the dark. I began to think. Slowly the idea dawned to me. We have to cut down on MBTI. I suggest we cut down to twelve. What do you think?

    We have to cut down on the number.

    INTP and INTJ are 75 per cent of the same type.

    ESFP and ESFJ are 25 per cent the of the same type.

    Keirsey is correct.

    This means E tilts toward S.

    Hence how many types do we have?

    Authority, establishment, pride, ill conceived friendship.
    A side.

    What is what.
    Another side.

    On whose side are you on?

    The question is not about the number of the types.
    It is about semantics.

    Everything is about semantics.
    The order of the hierarchy follows the exact statement of the object.
    Definition is order.

    Ontology is intuition.
    Hence the question is about basicness.

    Basicness/abundance

    N= particular; S=general
    To acknowledge is to own.
    The home base.

    N=subjective; S=objective.

    S is dividual, hence of the object.
    N is in-dividual, hence of the subject.

    Semantics is the spatial side of linguistics.
    Unfortunately it is not favoured in our schools today.

    The history of the semantic concept of Homo Sapiens is called etymology.
    Hence etymology is about phonetics.

    This was the invention of the Grimm brothers, and it lead to the science of linguistics.

    A branch of biology.

    Is succession an entity in space?

    Succession is about the order of a continuum in space.
    A succession is a linear conception within a continuum.

    Is a continuum irrespective of space?
    No.

    Hence how many numbers do we have?
    Nine.

    What is ten?
    One point zero.

    What is zero?
    The initiation point ahead of a number.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Ooo now brain forming a mobius loop trying to understand that.

    Spatial logic would be when there are more than two 100%?

    Would spatial logic be a colour wheel with black in the centre, white on the outside and pretty much every colour in between laid out with blue, red and green?

    Would spatial logic be positional co-ordinates with three co-ordinates where as linear logic would position you only in X&Y or X&Z or Y&Z?
    Check again.

    Is the East of the West the West of the East?
    The East of the West is the East of the East.

    Where is the East?
    It is not where.

    Spatial blindness is the definition of order.
    Order is ignorant of space.
    Space is ignorance of order.

    The axis is about the axis.
    The axis is not operative beyond the axis.

    Is the respective of the irrespective?

    Who determines the linear representation of order?
    You do.

    Inflation robs your money.
    Where does your money go?

    Does it go anywhere?

    Does space inflate?
    Wrong question.
    Can space inflate?
    No.

    What inflates?

    Where is the eye of the object?

    INFLATION


    we find two components

    a<
    >b

    the a< is on the left:

    a<>b

    the objects are moving away from each other:

    Alternatively the a is on the right:

    >b a<

    the objects are approaching each other.

    Did the components change direction?
    No.

    Do they ever change direction?
    No.

    Where is the left and where is the right?
    Nowhere.

    What happened?
    It did not.
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    In other words:
    Is there space between the types?
    No.
    If there is no space between the types what is there between the types?
    Loci.

    Empty loci?

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    Our vision is three dimensional because we have two eyes at seperate places in the head?

    And these two eyes unite the vision in a three dimensional perspective?

    An illusion.

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