The Math of Memetics: Metaphysics of Being (was

B. Lane Robertson (
Tue, 08 Sep 1998 10:35:39 PDT

From: "B. Lane Robertson" <>
Subject: The Math of Memetics: Metaphysics of Being (was
Date: Tue, 08 Sep 1998 10:35:39 PDT

> Each corresponding "pair" of states-- a *pair*
> consisting of one masculine and one feminine
> state-- have a cooperative arrangement (between
> the pairs, the complimentary arrangement of each
> divided half prevails). The 4 points therefore
> resolve complimentary and cooperative forces
> a divided cosmology representing "chance" to a
> circular one representing freedom (on the first
> "level" of development). "Freedom" is the
> "sum" (of chance and order) and refers to the
> "chaotic" behavior which allows this
> of chance TO order (*chaotic*, the energy
> in all directions equally)

(response to "Mark")

This says to me that there are no perfect circles
in nature either (as a response to your objection
that there are no perfect lines). The difference
in this view and yours however is that:

Chance correlation suggests a circle with no
central resolution (you can say that there can be
no 100% correlation between a thing and another
thing... nor, in this case, between any two points
on a circle). But, *order* suggests that the
correlation of a circle to *another* circle would
be defined according to pi. Therefore, the
certainty of one circle correlating to another
circle would be 100% (with degree of "error" equal
to the permutation of pi).

But if we assume that this arrangement is perfect
(though not naturally occurring-- according to
chance), then we can say that all *natural*
arrangements deviate from the above *error*
according to a specified degree of certainty (to
the extent that they approach pi). The perfect
exception to this rule is the "pi assumption"
(original) which states: The perfect deviation
from a perfect representation can be illustrated
by the formula of pi/ pi [pi divided by pi] such
that the ordered assignment of this value can be
assumed to conform to perfection according to
increasingly specifiable degrees of certainty
which directly correspond to a decreasingly
complex correlation of pi.

The value for pi/ pi is *1*(pi) and suggests a
straight line. This straight line describes the
hypothesized relationship of an infinite but
ordered progression.


B. Lane Robertson

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