Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Questions, favorite month; Pages and tabs

Month, Day: 171, Questions, Mercy (Justice)

My favorite month. If you think about it, the gift of Questions is the basis for knowledge and science.


Too, remember the reflection point, knowledge of which (BASIS) will be central to a stable future.


Just became aware of the Pages feature which is nice as it allows an overview that is outside of the temporal one and beyond the capability of the categorical.


12/17/2014 --

Tuesday, December 9, 2014


Month, Day: 171, Speech, Sovereignty (Grace)

We need to make use of James Clerk Maxwell's view of phenomena as well as being aware of his  phenomenal stature. 150 years ago.

The article deals with the long road to establishing physical facts that followed Maxwell's thoughts years before which were couched mathematically as this is one argument on the "list" required to claim the "meta" (albeit, not explicitly) qualities of mathematics as a basis.

Too, it was 21 years or so post the reflection point, knowledge of which (BASIS) will be central to a stable future.


12/09/2014 --

Wednesday, November 5, 2014


Month, Day: 171, Power, Glory (Justice)

We have a new source media: Some Answered Questions. Or, as we have used: SAQ.

Like this format for on-line presentation.


11/05/2014 --

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Cold lessons

Month, Day: 171, Knowledge, Questions (Majesty)

The northern climes are starting to feel the cool blasts that try to obliterate the flow and bustle of summer and early fall. Seasons tell us a lot, especially winter for the northerners.


Several questions pertain to these changes that we see, yearly: cycles, Questions, etc. Of late, reflections on symmetry abound. 

For each, how well have we spent the bounty of our measures


10/30/2014 --

Sunday, September 14, 2014


Month, Day: 171, Might, Words (Beauty)

Earlier, we noted that Blaise was 200 years prior to the Revelation. That was written in the context of looking at symmetry (very important). Along that same line of thought, Leonhard Euler was 137 years. We will be getting back to him and his work in a more full senses (considering his personal philosophical views).


John von Neumann was 59 years, on this side. Be that as it may, let's use one of his notions. He is quoted thusly (paraphrase): with mathematics, we don't get understanding; we get used to it. So, we could talk inurement and more, say habits. That is, we work at things in order to get some semblance of mastery. Yet, that is illusory when dealing with complex subjects.

If you do not see that, go ponder the Valleys beyond Unity and 1 & 2. Again, be that as it may, we see the world being overlaid insidiously with misused mathematics (oh Lord, please deliver us). That topic has been broached here; we'll be getting back to it.

Basically, though, when we see people working in the abstract'd spaces, imagination is key. So, too, do we see thought brought to bear. See where I'm going (the Master's model - note post on Hitch)? How would we see comprehension come into play.

Well, it is not as tricky as one might think. Audacious? Perhaps.


10/30/2014 -- Symmetry.

09/16/2014 -- Of yes, did not mention memory. Well, we do know that seeing patterns, recognizing them, matching up with what we have seen already, and such things are memory dependent. And, the better this facility, the better one can be at handling the details.

Modified: 10/30/2014