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See our June, 1999 QQA on thelogos: "Should Absolute Sceptics Use The?"
Classical language allows
Quantum language is intrinsically indefinite: quantum uncertain. Therefore we must use indefinite articles whenever we are in quantum linguistic contexts and while attempting to 'describe' quantum reality. For example, indefinite articles 'a,' 'an,' and indefinite pronouns like 'any,' 'some,' etc.
We should hold course here, but let's take some momentings to talk about nouns too. Classically, dialectically, nouns are ('stand for,' represent,' 'map to') ideal objects.
Quantumly n¤uns quantum~c¤mplement and thus coinside quantons which they EIMA h¤l¤graphically phase~encode and fuzzonically describe.
Recall quantum~abs¤lute means:
First bullet describes quantum~consistency. (Classically, consistency is, "always states the truth.")
Second bullet describes quantum~c¤mpleteness. (Classically, completeness is, "states all truths.")
See our Quantum Absoluteness as C¤mplements of C¤nsistency and C¤mpleteness.
Doug - 17Mar2006.
A literal contraction of Henri Louis Bergson's, "...think being directly...," from his superb book, Creative Evolution.
"Whæn wæ usæ animated quantons t¤ ihmagine ræhlihty, wæ aræ thibædiring."
"Classical Thing-king Methods are innately incapable of thibediring."
"Whæn wæ thibædir, wæ aræ think~king using QTMs ¤r their equihvalænts."
See Bergson's Topic 40 page 299. Also see Bergson's Topic 41 page 314.
Coined Quantonics colloquial contraction of classical "thing-king."
Classical thing-king reifies Bohm's Qualitative Infinity of Nature and attempts to make Nature classically 'objective.' See our QELR of subject.
Juxtaposition of neuronal stasis and dynamis, especially interrelationships unaffected by change.
A takeoff on 'superman.' Truepers are sentients who believe in absolute truth. Regardless what dialogue one may have with a trueper, a trueper will rigidly enforce their perceived fundamental absoluteness of truth. Pirsig's MoQ, quantum science, and Quantonics all deny absolute truth. We can show rather simply and easily truth is an agent of its own changæ. We can show quite simply and easily there is n¤ such thing as Aristotelian, substantial, objective truth.
Here is an infamous Doug quote about truepers who live in a place MoQites call "SOMland:"
A coined contraction of quantum tsunami paradigm shift which we see commencing vigorously in Millennium III. We use it often as "quantum tsunadigm" for Millennium III.
E.g., "Early in Earth's Western cultural Millennium III, a quantum tsunadigm's qualitative waves are crashing affectively on classicism's quantitative beachheads." Index