or each subject, I have made a page each for writing about what I define the subject as and then my personal beliefs of it and another page for what the 'outside' seems to believe.

So I thought, perhaps I could write about my own ideas and then my readers could help me figure it out.

I will also make a page detailing each clue to its answer.

in which I combed 

In the process, I realized I no longer wanted to be a physicist. Maybe so will you..

I suspect they really are the same question.

I call it so because the way it would contain knowledge and find meanings is a mimic of our own minds. Essentially I see it as a palpable mind. 

But is it already a settled issue?

If so I certainley wish I knew ..

I don't think there is enough focus on 

switch from physics because of realization that meanings are deided in the moment and I didnt know how to describe the moment...

However, I do believe there is a way where the structure is perfect and as such doesn't only serve to assistare perfect and the search for meanings is done perfectly as well. But it would require that a perfect description of experiences are discovered, as well as the thinking process proceeding discoveries of meanings to be understood.  But learning those would mean that the thinking process no longer has to be enclosed within our skulls, but can instead be brought outside, as the effort of searching for meanings is transferred to the structure. This means that instead of just being of assistance in your own thinking, this structure can do it on its own. Mostly for this reason, I call this perfect type of structure for the mind-structure. I call it a mind structure because it is supposed to 

It is due to the palpability of the mind-structure that it becomes useful in both education and invention. For with invention, due to the palpability, it becomes possible to strengthen the mind with more enduring material than our brain, giving it the potential to act as an all-knowing and perfect-thinking mind. 

With education, the palpability allows One to peek into a mind that isn't One's own. Just imagine what it would be like to peek into the mind of your teachers instead of hoping you've understood their formulations correctly, or even better, explore an all-knowing and perfect-thinking mind.

Discovering a perfect way to describe experience/phenomena would be a massive revelation of religious proportions because it would transcend the values that we already, so to speak, paint the sky with. Namely, education & invention.

How? In what way?

If the thinking process proceeding discoveries of meanings is understood, then the proceedings of ideas & inventions no longer have to be enclosed within our skulls but can instead be brought outside by making a kind of structure alike the brain that is able to mimic the same process of thought and thereby be used to proceed ideas on its own. And in the same way, a more experienced person has more experience to think through and therefore more meanings & sense to find, the more this structure is expanded, the more meanings & sense it can find. But unlike the brain inside our skulls, the structure can be made out of something much more reliable, allowing it to contain much more knowledge than an ordinary person and to think much more consistently as well. Ideally, it could have the potential to know all and think perfectly and therefore be used to invent all possible inventions, thereby transcending the human reach. 

However, what I am describing is the pinnacle. Whether or not that is achievable is largely what I have created this site for.

 

What use would it have in education?

There is not a simple example of education involving the structure because people are different and need different conditions to best get educated. There is no single method that is ideal for all, but commonly and essential for all education is access to knowledge and a teacher that guides to their meanings. So, since the purpose of the structure can be said as; to serve as a container of knowledge and a highlighter of meanings, I believe it could be central in all forms of education.

I especially like the idea of exploring a structure that is is able to organize all knowledge of the world into any arrangement criteria. Perhaps there could even be a form of education based solely on a form of self-study.

A reward from this is not found only at the pinnacle, but at each step along the way.  For, any way to collect as much knowledge as possible and any way to keep an overview of as much of it as possible and any way to help in the search for meaning is better than none or the version before.

However, if the 'secrets' of how our minds search/discover meanings is found out, then I believe it will be possible to do it rightly/correctly in principle / by definition.

If so, I can reveal that I would actually call the resulting structure for the Mind-structure, because I see it as a palpable mind. It is due to the palpability of the mind-structure that it becomes useful in both education and invention. For with invention, due to the palpability, it becomes possible to strengthen the mind with more enduring material than our brain, giving it the potential to act as an all-knowing and perfect-thinking mind. 

With education, the palpability allows One to peek into a mind that isn't One's own. Just imagine what it would be like to peek into the mind of your teachers instead of hoping you've understood their formulations correctly, or even better, explore an all-knowing and perfect-thinking mind.

 

In other words, I believe the key to transcending education and invention is by having access to a perfect mind. You could use it to invent for you and you could explore it to answer every question possible with a telepathic clarity to it. Essentially 'borrowing' a perfect mind.

But again, just how realistic that is, is largely what I have created this site for. 

The mind-structure can only be made if a form of perfect notation is discovered, aka, it describes One's experience perfectly, which explains my interest in descriptions. 

But is it already a settled issue? Does the academic world already know whether or not it is possible? Does the academic world already know how to best describe the world? What places in the academic world do these thoughts belong to, if any at all?  Is the majority of the academic world laughing at the stupidity of these pursuits? Have I just missed something in school that should be so obvious no one ever really questions it?

Well, I don't know. But that is a big part of my motivation for creating this site. It would help me tremendously knowing the answers to those questions, which brings me to some additional reasons why I am interested in the topic.

Everything I believe about the mind-structure is something I have 'combed' out of a quite pervasive and long-lasting misunderstanding I had of the world and everyone around me. I suppose 'misunderstanding' isn't the best description, but it is the closest word I can think of. The truth is I didn't really have any solid worldview, but the one involving the mind-structure seemed to be the one that made the most sense. You see, in this worldview, mostly everyone regards knowledge and the search for meanings as the most virtuous of all values. Not just in a way where they acknowledge the importance of it in society, but where almost all of people's actions had intentions related to it. If people acted normally, it was because they understood something essential that the weird ones didn't. I always felt like a weird one, so I kept searching for the essential insight I had missed.

How did I sustain this worldview? What made it make sense? Well, I'd say it mostly is the interplay between two things; One is that I always have had an intrinsic directedness of my thoughts towards the why's & how's of the world, especially of the physical world, hence why I wanted to be a physicist up until the combing. Anyway, the second part of the interplay is that as a schoolkid I thought the authorities and people who are supposed to know better than me, had the same directedness of their thoughts as myself, but they had followed it out to its end. Additionally, I thought they knew me better than myself, and as I was under their overwatch, I expected them to notice if I wasn't normal and then do something about it. But they never did These people urged me to continue in the same direction until I reach its end. 

It seemed to make sense because we are after all part of the same species whose definite feature is an understanding of the world. So, I just contributed my directedness to being a human, and as such, I thought mostly everyone had a similar directedness as myself.

What finally dispelled this worldview?

 

and the revolutions it has allowed and how those have paved the way to our modern times, yet still be occupied by anything else and even avoiding its practice. No, I mean where they are very invested in it, either by passion or due to some insight showing them it for some reason is the correct thing to do. All their behaviors are directed by those motivators, making them normal if they act correctly. Those who didn't act like the normal were like they were, either because they were idiots and simply didn't understand the carefully thought-out intentions of every act of the normal, or because they were evil people that simply didn't get persuaded by the morally correct ways to be.

Why did I sustain this worldview? What made it make sense? Well, I'd say it mostly is the interplay between two things. One is that I always have had an intrinsic directedness of my thoughts towards the why & how of everything, especially of the physical world, ever since I can remember. Hence why I for a long time wanted to be a physicist. Anyway, the second part of the interplay is that authorities and people who are supposed to know better than kids still in school, often stress the importance of knowledge and the search for its meanings, and they all seem to understand what they're talking about, for, after all, they have a part in the society that has reached the heavens of a sky painted over with the image of innovation, so to speak. At least, so it seemed to have the worldview.

So, how did they interplay?

Well, I thought mostly everyone thought as much about the how & why's of the world as I did, for, after all, we're all the same species whose supposedly definitive feature is an understanding of the world. So, I just contributed my directedness to being a human. Any feelings telling me otherwise got suppressed because I felt ashamed as it seemed arrogant, or a sign of great idiocy, because I was overwatched by a society that already had followed the same direction out to its end Because I am taken care of by a society that is competent and capable of Since, I have always been told I appeared mostly by peopl who should know bettr than mee. normal to the world by people to whom respect is expected (in a world of meanings as most virtue). 

- One time when I had a high absence in school, I was called to a counselor... I told him that I just had a need to stay up and think and that I have tried to ignore it, but I just can't. In addition, I had problems with sleep paralysis and hypnagogic hallucinations which worsened the more stressed out I felt, so there is no way I could control my sleep, as ignoring my need to stay up a little later and/or ignoring the terror behind the sleep paralysis and the hypnagogic hallucinations only would begin a vicious circle. The counselor simply told me I had to change it, because its not how the world works...

Anyway, the directedness of my thoughts was after all, different from most. At the age of 19, I finally got my Aspergers diagnosis.

It is a sort of tragedy that someone who is very minded towards becoming what society always told him to be, someone who actually felt very lucky for having such a strong directedness and talent towards it, somehow ends up in the very taboo spot of having dropped out of school 4 times, mainly due to a cluttered mind from feeling adrift in all the seemingly plausible worldviews, having sleep problems, and being pushed through a system that seems hardly instilled for oneself.  

My struggles are partly why I want to make a 

inability to read for ideas. 

So I just tried to solve it myself.

From the perspective

---but to be honest, I didn't really have any other options..

Some additional reasons I want to describe experience/phenomena as accurately as possible.

If you saw the world in all its details, would you be able to finish a whole book without the idea of the book being false in some way?

But even the smallest 'hole' in an idea can room infinite reasons it is wrong

effort and directedness.

not expereince as in how red appears vs  blue, but the elements that perform in the mind.

 

 

facts as recognitions..?

why do I know I am seeing a picture of an apple and not hearing it?

Comparable to the ''just-knowing'' in dreams?

Language as covering the unknowable?

 

When search of meaning stops, mostly because we feel we have a perfect answer, then what? is it possible? will we just observing?.. 

 

Just looking for a method I can lean on..

 

Of all the things that may have made me feel ready to participate in the world, also with a larger 'force', knowing the frontlines of the world properly means the most.

 

the knowing of teachings can be 'felt' throughout and gripped firmly. 

It would work by creating a notation form which works by recognizing the elemtns in our consciousness and have them peform in the language as they peform in our consciousness.

The interest is not only rewarded in an 'all or nothing' - way,  as better descriptions are virtueous in both education and invention. Even if it isnt perfect, a type of structure can be made by even unperfect description and still contribute in very similar ways as described above.

 

By learning to describe experience accurately, the burden of upholding the whole from which the parts are partitioned can be transferred from our minds to the usually much more robust physical material, and the partitioning process can likewise be relieved.

Access to the perfect mind

a paradigm of education & invention

The tangible & palpable mind