Reality Roots

Conjugate Pair

Existence & Form
Time & Space
Frequency & Wavelength

Reality Roots
Shape of Nature
Reality
Nature's Symphony from the Vibrating Waves of TimeSpace
Dancing Entities to the Rhythm of Emergence
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Order
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Nature
Structure & Process
Conjugate Pair
Structure rises through Process
in
Logical Arrangement of Difference
(Order, used as a noun, has many connotations. As related to Nature's Structure & Process,
however, only two (2) "Logical Arrangements of Difference apply:
1. a condition in which each thing is properly disposed with reference to other things and to its purpose;
methodical or harmonious arrangement.
2. the disposition of things following one after another, as in space or time; succession or sequence.)

Nature, arranged according to harmonious Proportionality



Nature, arranged according to sequential Difference.
(The concept of order, as understood intuitively by the Human Mind,
proceeds from the pervasive consequence or difference)

Three (3) basic orders of Nature

First order of Difference
Structure
Defined by "LIMITs" --- Two Ends
Structure of Identity is the basic structure of Reality.......
Two (2) Things that relate (in what is the content).....
"Conjugate pair of Difference --- defines Structure
Structure retains Substance --- "Limits content"
Structure of Substance defines Identity.
Identity in process
(Existence) defines a Things Reality!!!!!

Identity
"oneness"

Identity

Process between Identity's Structural Limits

Identity is defined as sameness, oneness, A thing within itself possesses individuality, a single thing
or element, unity, complete substance within the limits of difference.

Absolute Unity
Identity is absolute when all the characteristics, traits, attributes, capability, etc., are one.
When a structure and process of the Identity act as a unit,That is, when Existence & Structure are Identical.

Limited Unity
Identity is partial, limited, or qualified, if some of the characteristics, traits, etc. are united, yet separated within the Identity, distinctly. Unity is maintained within the same thing yet its structure and process are distinct. The Identity exhibits parts (1), condition
s (2), or separation by location (3) or activity (4).
 
 Example: 1. Numerical identity is the sameness of one and the same individuality, yet may, at the same time, have minor distinctions. 2. Throughout a life time a human is one and same person. 3. Geometry Identities, different triangles are understood to be identical. 4. Material or Real identity exists when John Doe is a father, husband, business man, or acts in various other activities (relations).

 

Second order of Difference
Distinction
Distinctions are Part Identities --- Content of Structures
Distinctions defines Difference within Finite Identity.
(Finite Identities satisfy the definition of Limits by opposites)
"Conjugate pair of Difference --- defines Finite Identity"
Finite Identities are Substance
--- "Content"
Content processes (Energy) to make a Thing Real!!!!

Closed Difference
"Internal Identity"

Closed Difference
Process within Structural Distinctions

Distinction is the internal lack of Identity It always implies plurality and division of some sort and necessitates Internal difference of more than one thing, part, aspect, attributes, etc.
Distinction and Difference can mean the same thing in some uses. Most often Difference is used
to express the reason for Distinction.

Example: Discrete intervals within an Identity (differences of characteristics) are said to be distinguishing differences or Distinctions of (time, state, place, parts, attributes, quantity, quality).
Distinction of Reason is not distinction as in the real material sense, but rather the way of looking at something, an abstract distinction. The Human Mind, in the abstraction of Past-Present-Future,
understands the existence of the Universe in three (3) distinctions. Present is the only real distinction of Time.
Present, an instance of ever changing presents, Is the distinction of Time in which real Things process, exist.
Past, as recorded by history, is but a small record of the effects of past presents.
Future is purely a distinction of reason.

 

Third order of Difference
Difference
Difference between Finite Identities --- Separates
Finite Identities proportionally.
(Balance occurs when difference is proportionally the same.)
Equilibrium is fundamental in the root structure of Space
"Conjugate pair of Difference -- maintains Finite Identity process in proportional relationship defining Balance"!!!

This third order of difference explains the Einstein statement......
"TimeSpace Curvature"

Open Difference

Open Difference

Process Difference between Structural Identities

Difference implies “separation or division”.
Separation or Division necessitates the lack of oneness.
Limits (difference) implies an extent possessing, opposites, boundaries, separation, States, Potency, necessitates intervals, plurality (more than one thing), terminal points (Antithesis).
Difference defines external Division of parts; Separation of Location; or Segregation of Condition or State.
Nature exhibits division of external States:
Infinite --- Finite --- Trinities Some Thing different to No Thing
Infinite: implies Identity of State -- absolute unity (Identities of Perfection)
 Finite: implies Identity of State – parts distinct limited unity (Humans)
Trinities: implies Identity of State – Identities externally different (Universe)
Nature of Space in Three (3) Dimensions (maximum divisional difference) exhibits,  
Three (3) States of external difference.
Each State may be understood as limited Identity, an Identity of a set of distinctions as defined
by the limits of Difference.

Space, in its spherical configuration, constitutes the summation of the Infinite Distinctions that reside
in the waves of energy. Waves of energy are the building blocks of all the Things of the Universe.
Waves converge as particles of infinite possibilities. Convergence builds atoms. Atoms bond with other atoms to form molecules. Molecules form cells and macromolecules of biological Protein molecules, consisting of one or more long chains of amino acid residues. Macromolecular biological Enzymes are catalysts. They are responsible for thousands of metabolic processes that sustain life.
Life exhibits three (3) distinctions vegetable, animal and human.
The three (3) forms are different in their perfection

The many distinctions of Change may be understood in the concept of “difference”
 in its process; such as Vectors (direction; up, down; forward, backward; sideways) i.e. Time forward
is the process advancement, universe’s existence of the emergence
 of the limited Identities of the
reality of the Universe.
Identities process (change) their Location (altitude, place); Magnitude
(quantity, amount); Momentum (force, motive, desire etc.)
 and rate (velocity, acceleration).


Order in the Court
Four Laws of Logic

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Identity -- In logic, the law of identity is the first of the three classical laws of thought. It states that “each thing
is the same with itself and different from another”. By this it is meant that each thing (be it a universal or
a particular) is composed of its own unique set of characteristic qualities or features, which the ancient Greeks
called its essence. Consequently, things that have the same essence are the same thing, while things that
have different essences are different things.[1] In its symbolic representation, “A is A”, the first element
of the proposition represents the subject (thing) and the second element, the predicate (its essence), with the
copula “is” signifying the relation of “identity”.[2] Further, since a definition is an expression of the essence
of that thing with which the linguistic term is associated, it follows that it is through its definition that the
identity of a thing is established.[3] For example, in the definitive proposition:[4]"A lawyer is a person
qualified and authorized to practice law", the subject (lawyer) and the predicate (person qualified and
authorized to practice law) are declared to be one and the same thing (identical). Consequently, the Law of
Identity prohibits us from rightfully calling anything other than "a person qualified and authorized to practice
law" a "lawyer".

Contradiction -- In classical logic, the law of non-contradiction (LNC) (or the law of contradiction (PM)
or the principle of non-contradiction (PNC), or the principle of contradiction) is the second of the
three classic laws of thought. It states that contradictory statements cannot both be true in the same sense
at the same time, e.g. the two propositions "A is B" and "A is not B" are mutually exclusive.

Excluded Middle -- This article uses forms of logical notation. For a concise description of the symbols
used in this notation, see List of logic symbols. In logic, the law of excluded middle (or the principle of excluded middle) is the third of the three classic laws of thought. It states that for any proposition, either that proposition
is true, or its negation is true. The law is also known as the law (or principle) of the excluded third, in Latin principium tertii exclusi. Yet another Latin designation for this law is tertium non datur: "no third (possibility)
is given".

Sufficient Reason -- The principle of sufficient reason is one of four laws of logic which states that nothing
is without causation. It is a powerful and controversial philosophical principle stipulating that everything
must have a reason or cause. The formulation of the principle is usually attributed to Gottfried Leibniz,[1]
although the idea was conceived and utilized in various philosophers that preceded him, including Anaximander, Parmenides, Archimedes,[2] Thomas Aquinas, Anaximander of Miletus,[3] and Spinoza.[4] Some philosophers have associated the principle of sufficient reason with "ex nihilo nihil fit".[5] This principle bears many similarities
with the Buddhist concept of Dependent Origination.
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Rule of inference -- In logic, a rule of inference, inference rule, or transformation rule is a logical form
consisting of a function which takes premises, analyzes their syntax, and returns a conclusion (or conclusions).
For example, the rule of inference called modus ponens takes two premises, one in the form "If p then q"
and another in the form "p", and returns the conclusion "q". The rule is valid with respect to the semantics
of classical logic (as well as the semantics of many other non-classical logics), in the sense that if the premises
are true (under an interpretation), then so is the conclusion.
Typically, a rule of inference preserves truth, a semantic property. In many-valued logic, it preserves a general designation. But a rule of inference's action is purely syntactic, and does not need to preserve any semantic property: any function from sets of formulae to formulae counts as a rule of inference. Usually only rules
that are recursive are important; i.e. rules such that there is an effective procedure for determining whether
any given formula is the conclusion of a given set of formulae according to the rule. An example of a rule
that is not effective in this sense is the infinitary ω-rule.[1]
Popular rules of inference in propositional logic include modus ponens, modus tollens, and contraposition.
First-order predicate logic uses rules of inference to deal with logical quantifiers.



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