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September 19, 2009

The geometric basis for the nomological relations is an important factor in the isomorphism between physical reality and abstract reality. Topological spaces always contain non-empty sets of individuals i.e. points. all sets within the toe are networked in a topological hierarchy. Descriptive incusion becomes isomorphic with topological inclusion.

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September 19, 2009

7:54 pm

April 9, 2009

"khanster" wrote:The geometric basis for the nomological relations is an important factor in the isomorphism between physical reality and abstract reality. Topological spaces always contain non-empty sets of individuals i.e. points. all sets within the toe are networked in a topological hierarchy. Descriptive incusion becomes isomorphic with topological inclusion.

I was wasted outta my mind last night, so I didn't really notice this carefully enough.

I think right now a better comparison is to vector spaces.

The set of consequences of a set of statements is like the span of a set of vectors.

Of course some big wig come along and wipe this to the ground but it's how freethought works...

Keep it up man.

"it is easy to grow crazy"

6:00 am

April 9, 2009

my brain is not wokring today

all I got out of this today was, ooh..cool pics

and

"What's the vector, Victor?"

I'll have to come back to this thread later..when my brain is less fried

Willie Wonka quotes..

What is this Wonka, some kind of funhouse?

Why? Are you having fun?

A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.

We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams

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