Time is concentric, like a ripple, and what we see as the ripple is akin to the recurssion of circles. This recursion results in a fractal/fraction nature that is synonymous to "folding". For example I'd you fold a sheet you are manifesting a square sheet, into fractals/fractions of that square into further squares. Folding is recursive by nature.
If time is concentric, like a ripple, it must follow that space(-time) is as well, likewise recursion of circles.
It should follow that space-time "folds" in/around a being according to their gravitas
Inference is thus a common knowledge in the 'world of fractals'.
Evil is the gradation of a good. Gradation is the inversion of one state into many where that one state of good (which in itself is the good and true for what is good and true is unity) exists in multiple states.
Evil is the gradation of a good.
...the implications are of great immensity if true: would it allow for a spontaneous inversion, as in a pole-shift? Does evil gradate to a point of intensity such to become to a sudden annihilation expenditure that serves its counter-part good?
Gradation is the inversion of one state into many
So any/all possible state(s) exist super-imposed as a quanta of possibility?
I wonder what it is contingent on.
Dialect is an art, and as an art it manifests through practice. Practice is repitition and repitition results in coherency as unity of form. In shorter terms, just keep practicing and assume all points you observe into your own.
Dialect is an art, and as an art it manifests through practice.
It is true.
Practice is repitition and repitition results in coherency as unity of form.
It is true.
In shorter terms, just keep practicing and assume all points you observe into your own.
For one to be-anything-at-all (such as a believer
), while less
having knowledge-of-ones-own-ignorance, it is to certain detriment *not* to assume all points one observes into ones own. It is near the definition of hypocrisy, and it is the same hypocrisy against which I and the theorem stand: any/all belief-based ignorance enduring in an indefinite (ie. unresolved) state is certainly due to ignorance-in-and-of-itself.
If CKIIT holds
(in) that the first fundamental knowledge/ignorance is of ones own self
, the better one knows ones self, the better one knows ones self in relation to how (if?) others know themselves
. This too, must be an art: knowing thy self in order to know the degree to which others know themselves not.