**PERCENTAGE ERROR AND REPRODUCTIVE NUMBER**

*This Paper follows on the previous Paper 9 and extends the research to the Percentage Error and the Reproductive Number*

Following to-day’s works:

The rate of widespreadness of any “dominant position” in any reference:field will be as directly proportional to the rate of number of “dominant positions” multiplied by the rate of adjacent contiguity of the same

And vice-versa

*In other words:*

*All enta with a high level of widespreadness possess dominant positions in a relatively**

*large number multiplied by adjacent contiguity of those positions*

*And vice-versa*

· because this number is ever-increasing and is not “absolute”

*Id est:*

*In > high* rates of widespreadness there is a structure (global structure) such that the dominant positions in the same (reference:field) must either increase their rate of dominant positions (in terms of number X adjacent contiguity) or at least maintain the number of dominant positions in the relative reference:field (relative ens, in this case) undiminished.*· because this number is ever-increasing and is not “absolute”

Therefore sequitur that in high rates of widespreadness there can be definitely no diminution in the number X adjacent contiguity of dominant positions.

There can be increase; or neither increase nor decrease

*in the least;*but never any decrease or diminution.

*We now come to our point - referring back to our previous works - wherein the rate of widespreadness in the mass universe will be as directly proportional to the rate of permanence: Immortality+*

*And vice-versa*· Permanence in the case of s/c non-living enta; Immortality in the case of s/c living enta. Both are equivalents: identities.

*Therefore once that the number of dominant positions multiplied the rate of adjacent contiguity of the same is not decreased*

**then the relative reference:field - structure, ens, or protoplasms of ens - will be equally permanent: Immortal.****Therefore - returning to the Percentage Error -**

*In the Percentage Error the number of dominant positions multiplied by the rate of adjacent contiguity of the same is decreased and never is the same (id est neither increased nor decreased) or increased.*

__Therefore it comes that the Percentage Error - and with it the case of s/c Ageing, and s/c Death et - is the decrease; (there occurs the decrease) of the number of dominant positions multiplied by the rate of contiguous adjacency in the same__

__And vice-versa__

__Note the import of the Vice-Versa here : the decrease in the number of dominant positions multiplied by the rate of contiguous adjacency will ---> s/c Percentage Error, s/c Ageing and s/c Death.__*Indeed when in protoplasms of ens - unengineered as they be at present - the s/c Percentage Error et start - there will start the change or decrease of dominant positions (Ds) multiplied by the rate of their contiguous adjacency ©*

*And in protoplasms of ens the s/c Percentage Error et start where the extension of the reproductive number ceases.*

**Therefore:**

**We enunciate:**

**That:**

*The rate of progression of the reproductive number in any protoplasms of ens will be as inversely proportional to the rate of decrease of the number of dominant positions multiplied by their rate of adjacent contiguity in the same and as directly proportional to the rate of maintenance of and/or increase of the number of dominant positions multiplied by the rate of their contiguous adjacency*

*And vice-versa*

*Therefore too in the extension of protoplasms of ens up to its relative reproductive number the number of dominant positions multiplied by the rate of adjacent contiguity of the same is always maintained*

*and/or increased.*8/9/1996

Victory Day

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