So, I want to make something that is able to expose all meanings. To create such, we must recreate the connections that define meaning and the world itself, since all meanings, such as inventions, ideas, interpretations, ETC, are found through these connections.
The world is, in other words, our experience. The fact that we have experience, means these connections already exists somewhere, somehow. But what are they made of? And can we not just use those?
Well, to answer the first question: We could say that these connections are made of whatever our brains are made of - that these connections are our brain. But I'd disagree with that. Because the brain is extremely complex, many even say that it is the most complex thing in the entire universe. However, at any given moment, my mind doesn't seem that complex at all, I always seem to be able to recognize what I am experiencing, or at least, I come quite close. Certainly, though, my experience doesn't seem to consist of hundred-billions different components like my brain does. This means that the brain isn't the structure, which holds all these defining connections, but it might just be something that helps uphold whatever structure that actually does. I call this structure that actually does for the mind-structure.
To answer the second question: Relying on the brain to uphold the mind-structure is not wise, as it is quite evident that it is imperfect, found through the fact that we are forgetful and not perfect thinkers. The brain is simply too random, and our minds too whimsical, to constantly uphold the mind-structure.
However, I believe we can use our language-ability to uphold the mind-structure almost perfectly. Language is special because it combines the 2 factors that determine the structure of the mind-structure.
The outer factor, like the components of the brain and how they react with each other. - Think of the effect that alcohol has on the brain and mind.
2. The inner factor, like the abilities of our mind that compliments each other.
- Think of when you sing the alphabet song to remember the alphabetic order when you can't remember it on your own.
Using language, by recognizing the components of our experience, we can use something like pen and paper to notate them and connect them as they are connected in our experience, resulting into a copy of the mind-structure, which then, due to the long life-span of pen and paper and our reliable ability to read, will function as a practically perfect mind-structure. Which ultimately means that we can use this method to replace our own need to think and remember.
It may seem impossible for something like pen and paper to be able to replace our own need to think because we associate thinking with some kind of act, by something alive, conscious and intelligent. But if we regard thinking as effort to make the brain uphold parts of the mind-structure, then, since we already have the practically perfect copy mind-structure, there's no need to make any effort in thought, as all meanings that thinking may reveal, like inventions, ideas, interpretations, etc, already are exposed/described in the copy.
If we want to get our mind-structure to be as close to the truth as possible, as close to holding all knowledge there is, it is not enough for a single person to copy their own mind-structure, but everyone, or at least as many as possible, needs to contribute to a collective mind-structure.
I will continue to formulate my thoughts on this topic, from notebooks to here, but after a long time with just having these thoughts exist in my head and in my notebooks, I am finding it somewhat difficult to formulate them in a more concise manner than in the more private language of my notebooks. In addition, as I still am developing some concepts and would like to weave them togther with the rest as content on this site, I will probably not be as active on this site as I would be otherwise.