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The Rational – An Early-Days Introduction
Rational is defined as that which adheres to the principles and that iteratively bind Cause, Effect, Function, and Form into The Rational.
The Rational is defined as an implementation of the Principles that iteratively bind Cause, Effect, Function, and Form into Rational Paradigms.
Property is defined as any given lever, mechanism, or machine.
This is a model, so the question “why” will remain a loose cannon and red hearing. Instead we will describe a hypothesis that we pray will guide us to an implementable model.
This attempt to model what we call Persistence (rather than existence or the existential) requires that we restructure our understanding of gravity and mass. We have attempted and will continue to construct Robust definitions that build on Simple Attributes, Conditions, and Properties defined in our lexicon. Eventually we will arrive back at a Rational encapsulation of another phenomenon that is still, to most, clearly as poorly understood as mass, gravity, Density, and Ambivalence. Our model arises as an attempt to understand Ambivalence. The model asserts that ambivalence is central to what it means to be Homo Sapiens : Terra Virtualis and other simpler Rational Paradigms.
We strongly advise against any attempt to argue for or against an interpretation of the lexicon. This is a reasoned undertaking that obviates logic.
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