The meaning of logicThe word The word The notion of In everyday
terms that means A
self-complete unit, simple or complex, is called perfect because wholly
self-logic. Self-perfect, hence logic units ‘wait’
as virtual (thus random) events for contact with another
logic or non-logic unit, hence are unreal and unidentifiable; for instance a
knife ‘waiting’ for something to cut. Upon contact with an alternate
self-perfect thus logic unit, for instance when a knife cuts something, a
logic unit, if simple, becomes (in fact ‘is@) real and, if complex both real
and identifiable. A simple
self-complete (i.e. perfect) but other incomplete, hence virtual logic unit,
i.e. a random event or quantum, is symbolised as 1c, whereby c is taken to
mean @max. (instant) contact rate/speed in a
relativity vacuum. A complex logic unit is symbolised as 1(1,1,1,1,1 to n)c. A simple
self-simple – self-other complete, hence actual (because real) logic unit is
symbolised as 1c In everyday
terms, in any unordered
environment. A thing is virtually orderlogic if self-complete (i.e. perfect) and actually logic
self-other complete (i.e. fulfilled, goal achieved).© 2016 Victor Langheld |