Tuesday, January 16, 2007
We dive further today into the concept of HyperWords. These are not the same as hypertext, which many of you nerds out there use to make your profiles pretty. Hypertext is, AT MOST, a 3.1-dimensional idea (i.e. its boundaries start to break into other space, which is also discussed here today). As for the said topic, how can something like Identitiy be written in these HyperWords? What are HyperWords? Why is the W capatialized?
We shall tackle those in reverse square order (in this scenario, object 3 becomes object 1, object 2 becomes object 4, and object 1 becomes object 9). Keep in mind these lists start at 1 to avoid any confusion. Lists, as a RULE, start at 0. Why? Well, it’s a rule, so obey it. Then again, we just said we’ll start at 1 (well, actually at 3, but you get the idea), so we’re breaking rules! Note I did not list 9 elements. I toy with you reader. The transformation (1., 2., 3.) –> (9., 4., 1.) is a perfectly reasonable move as long as we understand what we’re talking about. We could say (1., 2., 3.) –> (cow., sheep., fish.), but that’s just stupid. A fish isn’t a barnyard animal.
Returning from that tangent back to topic 1 (3), the W is capitalized because HyperWords need a significance beyond hyperwords. We could have HYPERWORDS, or HYPERWORDS, but HyperWords will do for now. Our notation from previous entries tells us contructs have the form A and Construct. We do not want to confuse ourselves. Also, HyperWords looks cool.
HyperWords may not come of to you and me as written words, but they share the same purpose. Join me, reader, in asking what a word really is. You might say this post is written is words, and you give your response in spoken or written words. That’s fine if we want to define “words,” but what is a single word? If you say a word is a string of symbols or an emitted sound from the vocal cords with a meaning given by a reader’s or speaker’s mind, you’re getting closer. Very warm. We should consider another property about words: their infinitude. Transifinitude, really. You may say, reader, that sldkfjloksagaoioihilgosah (pronunciation is uncertain) is not a word. That isn’t true. You simply can’t place any meaning to it. Neither can I, so don’t get out your handkerchief yet. A is a word. B is a word, etc. Aa is a word, Ab is a word, etc. Eventually sldkfjloksagaoioihilgosah is indeed a word, when the right combination of English symbols is reached. We should not forget that there are more words than anyone could ever understand, even the greatest linguists, as long as we do not associate meaning to them.
4 (2) and 9 (1): HyperWords define your meaning as soon as you do. In other words, they have no meaning until you give them meaning. How can this be? Most humans can’t speak until age 2. How can they live two years without meaning??? A human processes HyperWords as soon as he/she has a working brain. Unfortunately, I can’t write a HyperWord out for you (I would need nine dimensions of computer screen to do so), but I can give you a mathematical model for one. Each written word is a string made of symbols. The symbols have a ciphertext numerical equivalent; in standard form A = 1, B = 2, etc. Notice how strings essentially occupy one dimension, in that we read them from left to right or right to left. I challenge anyone not familiar with written Arabic to try to write right to left in English so that the final product appears the same as if he/she had written it from left to right. Although words written on paper appear in two dimensions, humans don’t read them in two dimensions. To be super-technical, words appear in a very small third dimension, too, in both written and spoken form. Spoken words are just wave equations. We can create two integrals then for “written” and “spoken” HyperWords.
Note that (1) is for the written, and (2) is for the spoken.
(The reader should note that gestures are words by definition. That integral is similar to the integral for the spoken word, but we shan’t mention it today.)
In this way, we can find HyperWords that describe Indentity. Both Hyperwords and Identity are Ninth-Dimensional Constructs. The Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh, in conventional spatial-temporal theories, are the final boundaries for any and all matter and energy. You may shift them to Twenty-Fourth, Twenty-Fifth, and Twenty-Sixth if it suits your theory better. Notice the word “loop” in the integrals. They are not conventional integrals—rather they are summing up all the infinitesimal self-reference cycles in every spatial-temporal dimension. By self-reference cycles I mean every single neural impact on a human’s mind caused by the word. Let’s return to the point about being meaningless until age 2. The child brain still processes words, which make self-reference cycles. By inter-dimensional wave transfer, these reference-cycles define Selves all the way into the Ninth, and encompass all Presence of the thinking human below. (To keep your head fresh, Presence is the higher-dimensional equivalent of mass.)
To wrap up, we should address the last (first) point addressed. The signals that make up the Internet move though the connection wires at about the speed of light. At that velocity, matter and energy starts its breakage into the Fourth, but won’t complete. If you were an Internet transmission signal, you would feel like Tyrannosaurs tore you apart about 1000 times (the amount of times it happens when people own The Lost World: Jurassic Park on video). With that, reader, I bid you good day.