Superpositioning is Linearism; Hence Contradictory

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Superpositioning is Linearism; Hence Contradictory

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Mon Jan 28, 2019 10:01 pm

The line as existing between two points observes one point existing in a superimposed state as another point, considering both points are effectively the same point.

Superposition occurs fundamentally through a dualism where 1 distinct phenomenon is divided into two opposing but connected states.

The problem occurs, in the respect that this state of superposition inevitably premised in linearism observes this linearism as both infinite lines and infinite points also observing a state of superposition resulting in super positioning and a continuum occurs.

Superpositions result in Superpositions and this is Superpositioning.

Superposition is contradictory in nature.

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