Sunday, January 27, 2013

Time and the temporal assumption secondary to memory

Okay, then. In the storyline I am advocating at a higher level we are shifting from the spatial-temporal scientific paradigm out into the enfolding  structural-energetic scientific paradigm and, thus,  at a pervasive ontological level we find ourselves  as nested fields within nested fields.

Try it on and see if it doesn't fit.  If you have complaints, bring them up, framed within the basis you are running.

At a lower level of organization in our nested fields within nested fields, I suppose the word is, imagine that we form an internal representation of a moment of experience, let's say as a stack of water molecules, S1,  and we form another representation of a slightly different moment of experience as stack S2.  If you prefer, perhaps you may feel more comfortable considering these just as different nested fields within nested fields.

Now consider that stacks S1 and S2 are, let's say, arranged in a channel or tube and outside the membrane or tube is a field pattern detector (fpd) that, say, can read the ~feel of stack S1 separate from the ~feel of stack S2 and can construct, say, a stack S3 which is  related to the difference between S1 and S2.   Also, the fpd can be directed to shift from detecting one stack, to ~reading the other stack -- back and forth.

The upshot of all this detailed  nesting of fields within fields within fields, and even adding more nested fields within nested fields is to illustrate, in this or any other similar cognitive system, that time and the temporal assumption are not primary but are secondary and arise from memory.

Similarly with the spatial paradigmatic assumption.

What's real are the nested fields within nested fields.

Best regards,
Ralph Frost

With joy you will draw water
from the wells of salvation. Isaiah 12:3


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