CONTINUOUS SWITCHING OF PRINCIPLES AND THE THREE SPECIFIC PATHS

Consider the whole body-ens of any protoplasms of ens as a series of adjacent contiguous switches. (1)

One is put on, the other off and so on. (2)

There are therefore myriads of combinations and permutations - following the principles of chance and probability (3)

Further -

There is a rate at which this “continuous change of switching” occurs.

This rate can be relatively low and it can be relatively high.

If the contiguous switching occurs over a smaller than a bigger space: unit(s) area or if it occurs over a lesser time unit(s) area than a bigger one there will be a relatively low rate of continuous change of switching.

Thus the change of switching has a rate that explicates itself into two dimensions :

id est:

the space: unit dimensions (x)

and the time unit dimension (y)

The rate must be calculated by multiplying the rate in the space: unit dimensions by the rate in the time: unit dimensions.

Everything here is relative; nothing absolute. (4)

Now we come to the Principle:

That:

The rate of highness (relative highness) of continuous switching of particles: genes in any protoplasms of ens will be as directly proportional to the rate of vicinity of the same to Immortality of Ens and as inversely proportional to the rate of Percentage Error, Ageing and Death (q.v.)

And vice-versa (5)

There are three “lines of evolution” in protoplasms of ens (6)

The rate of operation of one will be as inversely proportional to the rate of operation of the rest (the others)

And vice-versa (7)

The lines of evolution are:

And then this Principle:

The rate of increase of continuous switching of gene: particles in protoplasms of ens will be as directly proportional to the rate of ever-growing (ever-continuous) extension of protoplasms of ens (A); as directly proportional to the rate of ever-growing (ever-continuous) extension of diversity of (bio)chemical combinations of the gene particles (B); and as directly proportional to the rate of ever-growing (ever-continuous) extension of the emotions into the (increased evolution of) Psyche’ of protoplasms of ens

And vice-versa (10)

Further:

The rate of increase of extension in (A) will be as directly proportional to the rate of increase of extension in (B) will be as directly proportional to the rate of continuous extension in (C)

And vice-versa (11)

Further:

The rate of increase of extension in (A) will be as directly proportional:equivalent:identical to the rate of increase of extension in (B) and as directly proportional:equivalent:identical to the rate of extension in (C)

And vice-versa (12)

Now all the ever-growing ever-continuous extensions as at (A), (B) and (C) lead separately and individually to the same path : id est : Immortality of Ens (13)

This is done by engineering means (14)

But not all engineering means are practically recommendable:

An ever-growing body of protoplasms of ens is not very recommendable

An ever-growing diversity of particles forming the protoplasms of ens - and with it the whole corpus of the relative protoplasms of ens itself - is neither very recommendable - we have in literature a frightening Frankenstein which many would like not to have reproduced - and continually reproduced - “in flesh and blood”.

The third via : is that of ever-growing evolution of the emotions, ergo and in as direct proportion of Psyche’ and of (in as direct proportion) the brain-organ or equivalent (15)

Now the selection of any particular path of these Three Paths ((A), (B) and (C)) means the exclusion of the others (Vedi : and in terms of : the principle at (7)). (16)

Therefore :

It is recommendable:

To select the least injurious path (i)

At the same time attaining to the same end (id est : Immortality of Ens) (ii)

and:

excluding the occurrence of the other paths (iii)

Thus we recommend the selection of ©.

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*This Paper investigates the continuous change of switching in space : time, Evolution and other methodologies and Principles. Of the Three Specific Paths the path that the ever-growing (ever-continuous) extension of the emotions into the (increased evolution of) of Psyche’ of protoplasms of ens is suggested.*Consider the whole body-ens of any protoplasms of ens as a series of adjacent contiguous switches. (1)

One is put on, the other off and so on. (2)

There are therefore myriads of combinations and permutations - following the principles of chance and probability (3)

Further -

There is a rate at which this “continuous change of switching” occurs.

This rate can be relatively low and it can be relatively high.

If the contiguous switching occurs over a smaller than a bigger space: unit(s) area or if it occurs over a lesser time unit(s) area than a bigger one there will be a relatively low rate of continuous change of switching.

Thus the change of switching has a rate that explicates itself into two dimensions :

id est:

the space: unit dimensions (x)

and the time unit dimension (y)

The rate must be calculated by multiplying the rate in the space: unit dimensions by the rate in the time: unit dimensions.

Everything here is relative; nothing absolute. (4)

Now we come to the Principle:

That:

The rate of highness (relative highness) of continuous switching of particles: genes in any protoplasms of ens will be as directly proportional to the rate of vicinity of the same to Immortality of Ens and as inversely proportional to the rate of Percentage Error, Ageing and Death (q.v.)

And vice-versa (5)

There are three “lines of evolution” in protoplasms of ens (6)

The rate of operation of one will be as inversely proportional to the rate of operation of the rest (the others)

And vice-versa (7)

The lines of evolution are:

*the ever-growing (ever-continuous) extension of the protoplasms of ens (A)**the ever-growing (ever-continuous) extension of diversity of (bio)chemical combinations of the gene: particles (B)**the ever-growing (ever-continuous) extension of the emotions into the (increased evolution of) of Psyche’ of protoplasms of ens © (8)**These lines of evolution are each and separately the equivalent:identity of the other (9)*And then this Principle:

The rate of increase of continuous switching of gene: particles in protoplasms of ens will be as directly proportional to the rate of ever-growing (ever-continuous) extension of protoplasms of ens (A); as directly proportional to the rate of ever-growing (ever-continuous) extension of diversity of (bio)chemical combinations of the gene particles (B); and as directly proportional to the rate of ever-growing (ever-continuous) extension of the emotions into the (increased evolution of) Psyche’ of protoplasms of ens

And vice-versa (10)

Further:

The rate of increase of extension in (A) will be as directly proportional to the rate of increase of extension in (B) will be as directly proportional to the rate of continuous extension in (C)

And vice-versa (11)

Further:

The rate of increase of extension in (A) will be as directly proportional:equivalent:identical to the rate of increase of extension in (B) and as directly proportional:equivalent:identical to the rate of extension in (C)

And vice-versa (12)

Now all the ever-growing ever-continuous extensions as at (A), (B) and (C) lead separately and individually to the same path : id est : Immortality of Ens (13)

This is done by engineering means (14)

But not all engineering means are practically recommendable:

An ever-growing body of protoplasms of ens is not very recommendable

An ever-growing diversity of particles forming the protoplasms of ens - and with it the whole corpus of the relative protoplasms of ens itself - is neither very recommendable - we have in literature a frightening Frankenstein which many would like not to have reproduced - and continually reproduced - “in flesh and blood”.

The third via : is that of ever-growing evolution of the emotions, ergo and in as direct proportion of Psyche’ and of (in as direct proportion) the brain-organ or equivalent (15)

Now the selection of any particular path of these Three Paths ((A), (B) and (C)) means the exclusion of the others (Vedi : and in terms of : the principle at (7)). (16)

Therefore :

It is recommendable:

To select the least injurious path (i)

At the same time attaining to the same end (id est : Immortality of Ens) (ii)

and:

excluding the occurrence of the other paths (iii)

Thus we recommend the selection of ©.

4/10/1996

1.31 P M