1. In protoplasms of ens there occur micro-motions : therefore micro-physics, micro-dynamics, micro-mechanics.
2. The rate of size of any motion will be as inversely proportional to the rate of its (propensity to) perception of the surrounding reference frames
Once arrived at this Principle we sense immediately its revolutionary import.
For it is very clear : Micro-motions are the genesis and origin of their own perception
The smaller these micro-motions are, the greater their perception
And this in as direct proportion
Therefore we will have a proportionately greater perception in a smaller particle than in a larger particle.
Thus it comes that in the tiniest particles of a cell there lie the greatest amount of perception
3.A further Principle:
The rate of number of tiny (perceiving) particles multiplied by their respective rates of contiguous adjacency will be as directly proportional to the rate of (increase of) perception of the cluster of these tiny perceiving particles
These Principles are basic to our understanding of the function: of the brain organ or equivalent
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