Quantonics ch¤¤ses t¤ c¤¤pt a classical interpretation of 'prime' and remerq all quantum comtextual ¤ccurrences with 'prihmæ.'
In classical contexts we shall use 'prime.' In Quantonics/quantum comtexts we shall use 'prihmæ.'
Classical prime assumes reality is stable and objects in reality are independent. Classical prime further assumes reality is inanimate/stoppable, excluded-middle, analytic, etc.
Quantum prihmæ assumes reality is anihmatæ and quantons in reality have quantum c¤mplementary, included-middle, unstoppable interrelationships.
For application, and descriptions of relative importances of these terms, see our 7Jun2002 Möbius 3-Primæ Fermion.
In number theory, first three integers are prime: 1, 2, 3. Here it may or may not be apparent, but '2' is the only even prime. In quantum reality '2q' is crucial in its role in quantum squarqing and quantum squareq~rooting. Quantum ontological transactions from n¤nactuality to actuality involve quantum analogues of squarqing. Quantum ontological transactions from actuality to n¤nactuality involve quantum analogues of squareq~rooting. Simply, creation is a quantum~squarqing pragma, and discreation is a quantum~squareq~rooting pragma. Also quantum spin '1q' corresponds bosons, gluons, and BECs which do not quantum~wobble. Quantum spin '1q/2q' corresponds fermions and quarks which like pendula intrinsically have both a 360 and 720 degree periodicity.
See our QELR of number. See our A Quantum Pendulum. See our Quanton as Probability. See primal pragma as a Planck quanton. See quanta.
Doug - 2Nov2006.
See addition, differentiation, division, integration, multiplication, recursion, square, square root, and subtraction.
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Rem. is abbr. for 'remediate,' 'remediated,' or 'remediation.'
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