greeney2 wrote:Your question was "watch the video and see what it reminds you of". The clock and time, hands, how many and even if one is longer is what you are describing, it appears like to you. Nothing mentioned values for the letters, in your initial post, so what ever your theory about truth is, no value was given to any letter in your initial explanation, for it to mean any of what you are saying. 17 seconds and it stops at the end of its run or cycle, a clock would continue.
Videos of infinite length are not allowed on youtube so it has to stop somewhere. But I could make a repeating .gif image that would go on for as long as you wanted. Please forgive me for not explaining the letters. This is a truth table in a 3-valued logic for the conditional called if/then.
In traditional, 2-valued logic, logic with just "true" and "false", there would only need to be 4 entries instead of the 9 needed for 3-valued logic. What we're talking about is the "truth value" of a statement of the form "IF A THEN B" which is true or false, depending on the truth values of the variables (which are statements) A and B. This "clock" I found is showing all the different values of "IF A THEN B" when A takes on the values F, M, and T and B can also take on the values F, M, and T (M is the middle truth value between true and false).
What I should do is also show the fuzzy logical case when there are infinitely many truth values.
Bottom line is only your written description is making me look at it with the conditions, values, and concept of the hands, you suggest. Nothing I see by just viewing the video gives me this impression. Not even sure if and sum of FMT added up, changes to a new letter, that would be the correct answer as it scrolls forward. I'll take your word for it if you programmed the chart.
I think now it should look more like a clock, eh?