Bogus Classical Notions

by Doug Renselle

This list will evolve indefinitely...there are so many bogus classical notions...

Latest update: 27Mar2014 - Links and some extended commentary added for exegesis. Doug.

A list of classical notions which are

in quantum~reality:

  • absolute (always consistent and complete)
  • absurdity (Is it apparent that any classicist who declares a notion 'absurd' declares he-rself as absurd; is it 'absurd' to declare any
    notion absurd? Read Camus' The Rebel. Declaration of 'absurdity' exposes one's own naïve and local realism, one's own contextual
    limitations. Note that we want to, but should not call classical logic "absurd." Classical logic 'works' in SOM's box. It no longer
    works, in general, when we leave SOM's box and enter a larger quantum realm. From that larger realm classical logic appears
    absurd. Too from a classical logic view, quantum reality appears absurd. We have quanton(quantum_absurdity,classical_absurdity).
    We can heretically choose, for ourselves, what is apparently better. That's it.)
  • acceleration as gravity (acceleration temporal issi; gravity issi atemporal)
  • action (predicable vis-à-vis quantum~evolutionary pragma)
  • addition (as classically and formally objective)
  • (un)ambiguity
  • analysis (reduction, differentiation, ideal lisration)
  • association (middle-exclusionc vis-à-vis middle~inclusionq; interactionc vis-à-vis interrelationshipingsq)
  • availability (as an classical assessment of completeness of global contextual arena)
  • bivalency (as in Binaryc Alternativec Denialc: BAD. This is quintessentially dialectic. It's bogus ihn quantum~reality.)
  • cause (as ideal, as one-to-one, etc.)
  • cause-effect (as single root cause, single effect)
  • certainty (synonyms: definitec, determinatec, predicablec, predictablec, stablec, truec, veritablec, etc. - uncertaintyq reigns and issi stochastic: radicallyq stochasticq)
  • change (is classically unitemporal y=f(t) 'motion')
  • closure (local-real unit-context assumption reality is closed; minor implications include derivative logic, mathematical, and
    geometrical notions of closure; logical negation depends upon it; see conservation)
  • coherency (dialectical coherency versus decoherency)
  • collapse (of qwf: AKA quantum wave function "collapse")
  • common (social positivism, thence logical positivism, scientific positivism, 'commons' sense, commonist sense, communist sense,
    commune sense, consensus, law as general opinion, common as conventional construct-manufacture, standard, more, moral, ethical,
    anti-diversity, one size fits all, status quo is the way to go, etc.)
  • commutation
  • commutativity (i.e., AxB = BxA; e.g., abelian groups are invalid in quantum~reality due dependence on commutativity; ditto bayesian stochastics)
  • complementation (as dialectical 'opposition')
  • complete (states all truths)
  • consciousness as objective synergistic phenomenon
  • conservation (local-real unit-context assumption reality conserves; A-A = zero and A+A = 2A; universe has 1080 atoms, period;
    mass and energy conserve; matter and 'anti-matter' conserve)
  • consistent (always states the truth)
  • constancy
  • constant
  • contextuality (classically-radically independent AKA "context free;" globality, locality induced to globality, general induction)
  • continuity (as linear y=f(t) functions)
  • contradiction (Aristotle's Syllogism II)
  • contrafactualness (as classically objective)
  • control (essentials here are bogus assumptions of ideal: classical determinacy, classical cause-effect, efficacy of classical planning for results, etc.)
  • correspondence (one-to-one)
  • deduction
  • design
  • dialectic (basis of two-valuedness AKA bivalency; from di (two) at a time paired EOOO CTM thing-king; dichon(A, B);
    see Attic dialect; search on <history of logic>; Britannica is a good source here; see epistemic logic, alethic logic,
    deontic logic, intuitionist logic, et al.)
  • dialethic
  • dichotomy
  • direction
  • distribution (as classically and formally objective)
  • distributivity
  • division (as classically and formally objective)
  • determination, determinism, etc.
  • dualism (essence of dialectic)
  • effect (as a result of unit cause)
  • either-or biformalities
  • entropy (Maxwellian posentropy: single gradient posentropy; that's all there is to entropy, according to classicists)
  • equality
  • equilibrium vis-à-vis chaos
  • equivalence relations
  • event (as mechanical inexplicable 'state transition,' esp. as "indescribable")
  • exclusion (as in classical, dialectical, Aristotelian syllogistic "excluded-middle")
  • fact (as perpetually true)
  • factorability
  • factorization (as classically and formally objective)
  • final (as in 'the end')
  • force (mechanical, objective)
  • form, formal
  • falsity and falsifiability
  • function (as analytic, determinate algorithm, formula, etc.)
  • govern, governance, etc. (classical human-contrived socially-positive laws Platonically and consensually ('common' AKA Kuhnian 'normal science' sense) govern a mechanical universe-reality; classical societies govern hive-drone objective-cog individuals; etc.)
  • gradience (as scalar 'slope')
  • gravity (as a Newtonian derivative of classical primitives (i.e., undefined) mass and space)
  • heterogeneity (as classically stable, independent, objective)
  • homeostasis (as classically, dialectically objective)
  • homogeneity (as ideal classical unitarity, uniformity, unimateriality, unisubstantiality, etc.)
  • identity (Aristotle's Syllogism I; clonicity, duplicability, reproducibility; ideal identifiability, etc.)
  • immobility
  • immutability
  • impenetrability
  • independence (objective, as a key mathematical axiom)
  • individuation (as objective, ideal independence)
  • induction
  • inertia as status quo tautology
  • interaction (mechanical)
  • interpretation (as objective; As Philip R. Wallace wrote in his Paradox Lost, paraphrased slightly, "Interpretation involves
    according primacy to subjectivity over objectivity.")
  • isolation (as classically and formally objective)
  • join (conjointness, disjointness)
  • language
  • law (as canonic, immutable, perpetual)
  • linearity (essentially an issue of a bogus ideal presumption of mathematical y=f(t), i.e., generality of continuous and determinate classical functions...)
    Readers please note that most of classical maths are bogus due invalid classical, dialectical, formal, objective assumptions and presumptions.
  • lisr (localability, isolability, separability, reducibility)
  • locus and location (as a Cartesian derivative of space)
  • logic (discrete state-ic valency) (Boolean especially)
  • mapping (as 1-1, as objective)
  • mass as classically 'primitive' and 'undefined'
  • materialism (esp. Newtonian, et al.)
  • mathematics (logic's dialectical 'excluded middle,' maths' independence 'axiom,' geometries' identity, etc.)
  • measurability (mass, length, time as classically, physics' "indefinables;" these classical suppositions are at heart of Millennium III
    failure of classical physics! Doug - 19Apr2006.)
  • mechanical, mechanics (radical formalism, radical finalism)
  • momentum (classically, can be zero; zero momentum is a fundamental classical assumption and requirement for 'scientific' analysis)
  • monism (as described gnostically as "deceit")
  • motion (as inertial, linear, etc.)
  • negation (A-A = zero; you-you = zero; any_thing-any _identical_thing = zero) (as objective, as ideal) (compare quantum~cancellation)
  • nonsense (see absurd; read Zukav's Dancing Wu Li Masters)
  • normalization, normal (as dialectically normative)
  • normatization ('classical norm')
  • number (ideal: 0, 1, infinity, spatially extensive scalar magnitude)
  • object, objective (as ideally hylic, material, substantial)
  • observation (classically unilateral-nondisturbing, quantitative, nonaffective-nonqualitative)
  • one (as ideally objective, representing monism, universalism, globalism, etc. All bogus classical 'concepts.')
  • opposition (as classically, mechanically, formally, 'opposite')
  • particularity, particle (esp. as material, impenetrable, etc.)
  • plan, plans, planning, etc. (esp. classical 'socially positive' superstition borne of classical mythos planning, ideal Platonism, absence of change, utopia as 'stability,' perpetual immutability, linear predicability borne of monistic induction and deduction, denial of evolution borne of absolute change, etc.) Doug - 19Feb2012.
  • posit (as formal, mechanical)
  • positive (essentially classic social logic)
  • predication (as causal) (as strict determinism)
  • prediction
  • principle (per gnosis: principle rules something 'not' itself)
  • proof
  • property (e.g., classically 'measurable properties')
  • putation (assumption, presumption, supposition, axiom, proposition, etc.)
  • quanta (as objectively, formally particulate: Newton 'opposes' Huygens and Einstein 'opposes' de Broglie; DIQheads vis-à-vis QICheads)
  • quantity
  • ratiocination (esp. objective, esp. paired in 'isolation')
  • rationality (ratiocination, ratio (two-valued logic potentially rears its head in another way), ration, rational, rationale, etc.)
  • reality, reality as objective, taxonomically-propertyesque, and quantitative
  • reason (dialectical)
  • reduction (as classically and formally objective)
  • reflexivity
  • relativism (as hylic, dialectically objective, e.g., bogus Einsteinian Relativity)
  • repeatability (classical 'scientific,' needed for scientific verification and validation; see our What is Absurd?)
  • reversibility (Maxwell's 2nd law denies any; ponder how Maxwell's 2nd law also classically contradicts a classical
    edict of objective immutability-changelessness, excepting temporal motion)
  • right (as dialectically ideal)
  • scalar (reality as measurable via scalarbation)
  • scintillation as mechanically particulate
  • separation (as classically and formally objective)
  • singularity
  • space (as a classical 'primitive'), space as classically 'undefined'
  • stability
  • state
  • stoppability (see Zeno; see A Quantum Pendulum; issues of classical notions of 'zero momentum')
  • supposition (as classical tautology)
  • symbology (as classical objective stable abstraction)
  • synthesis (manufacture, production, reproduction, integration)
  • tautology (e.g., A is A; as mechanically non self-referent and non sophist~recursive)
  • the (mostly used by formal-logic-fakirs-fakers to self-endow unjustified omniscience; the 'values' 'logical or' thingking; see thelogos)
  • thing (as a classical object)
  • thingk (classical objective thing-king; CTMs)
  • think (see think)
  • time (as a classical 'primitive')
  • time as classically 'undefined'
  • time as monistic
  • time as space-rate proxy
  • transitivity
  • transmute (as formal, other-directed thus non-self-evolutionary, mechanical synthesis; manufacturing vis-à-vis emerscenturing)
  • true (as perpetual, tautologous truth)
  • truth and verity (are classically absolute)
  • unification (monism as design; classical deceit "by design," "intelligent design")
  • validation (may be objectively achieved; requires a stoppable reality)
  • value (vis-à-vis Value)
  • verification (may be objectively achieved; requires a stoppable reality)
  • wrong (as dialectically ideal)
  • zero momentum (usually within a classical motionless, possibly linear-motional 'reference frame;' accounting of
    global motion affectation canonically disallowed, often ignored as insignificant; a major classical delusion, a deign to feign...)
  • and so on... (use this topic list for general omniscussion, and teaching too, by the way...)
  • etc.

If you practice and believe those classical bogosities, you are extinct already. Your bad.


Doug - 10Feb2012.

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