Analysis is Tautology Creation; Tautology Creation is Random

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Analysis is Tautology Creation; Tautology Creation is Random

Post by Eodnhoj7 »

The analysis of a phenomenon is the breaking down of the phenomenon into different parts. Each set of parts is a variation of the original part from which it is broken down.

One phenomenon changes into another phenomenon until a series of interconnected phenomenon occur.

This series of phenomenon, in itself, is a string due to linear progression.

This string is a phenomenon as well, thus resulting in the variables which compose the string as a variable in itself.

One variable changes into a series of variables which in turn again act as a variable:

(A --> B)
(A --> B) = A1

This new variable follows the same form, as the original variable, and changes into another variable string:

(A1 --> A2)

With this new variable string acting as a variable in itself and following the same nature:

(A1 --> A2) = A1a

(A1a --> A1b)
(A1a --> A1b) = A1aa

Thus for every act of string creation, through analysis, a new sub string occurs as a result until eventually the string is composed of an infinite number of strings. This summation of strings always result in a series of strings beyond the original with its summation occuring under one variable. In simpler terms a variable breaks down into a string, then another string, until, due to a finite capacity to measure, it is all summated under a single variable again.

One variable breaks down to many and the many exist under one. This in itself becomes a string:

(A --> A1aa)

Or a new variable:


depending on the degree to which analysis is stopped. Analysis, as string creation, is then subject to the observer's choice resulting in knowledge always having an inherent element of randomness.
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