Choosing which direction something seems to be moving

some can only speak when singing

Its quite a messy thing to sort out ones mind. I don't belieeve anyone have ever really done it, for why haven't they then figured out the 

secret to invention`?

Mixing using mind-structure

adding 1 substance should only be done if a change has occured since last adding it, I suppose. (adding water to water does nothing). and, adding water to a water mix, is still the same mixture. How can this be determined automatically?

''Spot the difference.'' / mirror

The entire world, including all its experience, details and potentials, can in a certain philosophical mirror be reflected as one big net. 

I will be writing about the implications of such a net.

The world is the moment and everything that is has potential to be.

Only through thought can we see this potential, in the forms of interpretation and invention.

How to use

Having collected all experiences of the world into a mind-structure, the mind-structure will be equivelant to the mind of someone that knows all and thinks perfectly. The way to use the mind-structure is similar to how you'd make use of someone with a perfect mind: by giving them problems to solve/questions to answer. But there is a catch, for you see, the mind-structure doesn't have any body to hear your questions or answer them. You can't communicate with it as you normally would with a person. Instead, you'll have to ask it in a very specific way


Which is:

To make the mind-structure provide you with solutions, you will have to ask it by giving it the conditions of the world it must find the solution to..  

When you've done that, it'll provide you with all components that may be combined to become the solution.. which is found by following the connections going out from the conditon.. 

Let's begin by showing the problem we already have solved, which is; rebuilding parts of the mind-structure with a better 'material'. When we have build the connections used in this solution, we will have the 'core'..

To sum up, the solution is simply having denoted a component of what we recognize into a line on paper.  The components recognized  in that is;

  • Recognition of what the line represents

  • The line itself

  • How to physically make the line

So, let's start talking about how you should find and connect the components of your experience into a mind-structure, and how to use it.

The connections are decided by the way you recognize the world, IE, if I have this component, then I must also have that component. For example, if I have to draw the connection between the experience of red and the word ''red'', I will draw a line for each component and then simply have them intercept. Or, if I have to draw the experience of pressing a button to turn on a light, then I'd connect the light to the pressing of the button. When this connection is used in finding a solution, to say,  a world where the experience of  red is a component of it, then the word ''red'' will be highlighted as a solution. - Taking this literally doesn't make much sense, as the world of course is much more complex than just ''red'' and the experience of it. A single connection alone, doesn't explain many of the steps that comes with thinking either.  But if you want to go through with it, I can imagine it working in the real world, as if I say the word ''red'', then someone able to understand it, might show me something red..

How? Think of what a solution really is. It is a/the path leading to a desired point in time. Time exists of experience, so to ask the mind-structure, you'll have to connect each component of it, as you see them connected in the desired future. Then, each component will lead towards the relevant components that may be combined into possible solutions. It is all about simply following the connections.

How is the connections drawn? 

The solution is simply found by looking at a chain of cause and effect. But the connections can not be made with the same logic. The connections are made of pure recognition,

The connections themselves are quite logically connected, it follows if, or, and, but I'm not quite sure whether or not, you could say that it follows cause and effect, because that seems impossible to make into connections. The problem is that, while we can say quite reasonably that the past causes the future, it is impossible to connect the cause as being part of either, because, when does the transition happen? Does it happen with the condition that allows for the effect to happen, or does it happen with the effect? The answer is; I don't care, for, it doesn't have anything to do with what can or can't possibly be thought. Thoughts don't follow cause & effect, they jure are. When it comes to thoughts, it is just a given whether or not something is right or wrong. But that is not to say, that there isn't any reason behind a wrong or right thought.. While the word red and the experience of it is just a given, there is mostly a recognizable motivation for why I thought of this connection.

A generic example: If condition x, then compononent of x; p1 & p2, since p1 & p2, then conditions of p1 & p2.

- How I define cause in way of thought.. if word red, then experience of red.

this is not cause in the same way as effect, i guess.

the word red and the experience of red, would be 2 components of the mind-structure connected to each other. If my desired future is to experience red, I would look at all components it is connected to, to see if they always perform together.. Realisticly, even though the word red is connected to the experience of it, they don't always peform together. There should be a cause for the experience of red, like maybe you accidentally cut yourself, or whatever. As this experience of cutting yourself is connected to the experience of red, it is proposed as a possible solution to meet the desire of experiencing red again.

I have always found it difficult to go to sleep when I am very engaged in a subject.  I have therefore spent countless hours sitting up at night, and consequently, half at sleep in school. I have tried to make myself stop doing this, but it has always backfired, and I see no real meaningful reason for why. When I am engaged with these topics by my own autonomy, I feel that I make a lot more progress towards the same goal that school is trying to achieve, than if I have to sit in a classroom each morning. 

In school, I have to wake up early every morning, then maybe that day, I will be attending a class for the subject that I am interested in. But even then, there's flaws everywhere: The teacher has to wake up every morning as well, there's no gurantee that the teacher even likes or is passionate about the subject, the teacher might have a bad day, even if I managed to get engaged while in school, I have to break it abruptly to sit in class for another totally unrelated subject.

On the internet and generally when I have a source that I can simply 'pull out' whenever I want: I can let my engagement run out naturally, till it doesn't feel stimulating anymore. I can sleep and wakeup whenever I want. 

I like to learn by having some kind of idea in mind, and then 'test' it, but in school, there's not a lot done regarding that kind of learning. I can only hope, that the teacher is having a good day, is able to improvise and answer my questions, and has time enough.

On the internet, I can search for my questions, and most likely find a source that is able to put my ideas to the test. And, the sources are often very clear, made my someone with a big passion for the subject, carefully made, and I can jump around in it at my own pace. 

However, the internet still isn't perfect. As getting the answer to one question often leads to the next question, I need to search the internet again for the next source. The consequence of this, is that I have to change focus while navigating trough the internet, which often throws me out of the almost indulgent engagement. 

I believe, that my philosophies about the mind-structure can be used to greatly relieve this problem, which I will be writing about on this page.





In the moment that experience is lived, all its meanings are decided, but not necessarily realized.

Therefore, learning to fully realize all unrealized meanings, will redeem all meanings and revolutionize the world in the ways we have not yet realized.

As meaning, and thereby the world, is defined through connections, by recreating these connections and making them palpable, we can follow the path the connections make, to the world of a desired future.