Tying It All Together

SCIENCE: Taking action in order to discover, through the process of elimination, operations with which we can, as a consequence, conduct our reasoning – and where the principle objective of science consists in removing ignorance, error, bias and deceit from free association, we call hypothesizing.

MATHEMATICS: the use of positional names to describe averages of operations that result in constant relations, themselves resulting in different symmetries at different scales.

Consequently we can use mathematics to discover patterns which we then seek to reduce to operations. And within the human world we can know these operations thorugh subjective testing (sympathy/empathy/self-experience) whether internal (above the intuitive) or external (physical world).

Once we have discovered that set of operations, we can seek the set of operations beneath it – and so on, until we find the lowest possible set of operations from which the universe is constructed.

The physical universe, at its lowest level, consists of a market, just like our own markets, wherein humans are just a very complex (high) scale, across multiple hierarchical markets, each of which consists of symmetries, produced by the limits of operations – just as man is limited by his physical, emotional, and intellectual operations that we call ‘actions’.

When we operate by markets we operate in harmony with the physical universe – meaning the lowest possible friction – and we fulfill life’s purpose at the highest extant level of symmetry, wherein all life serves the purpose of defeating entropy. As such we defeat entropy by the incrementally fastest means possible.

Western man was not first, but he was fastest. Because through truth and eugenics (domestication) he lived in the greatest harmony with the universe.

The explanatory power of (number of philosophical problems this model solves) is profound. In metaphysics we often discuss levels of reality, but again that is another ideal, where operations are actions.

There. I have done it. I have figured out how to say it in simple terms.

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