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—“it’s like languages were to be spoken not written down. if you can’t write 5 volumes on your ideas, that I can’t read it at all. Don’t get me wrong your work is correct but it’s so god damn awful messy”—Mediocre Croat

Yes, um, spoken grammar and written grammar are different because it is easier to continually disambiguate speech with tone and paus than the written word with () , …, -. ;, ,., lol.

On the other hand the scope of this work is huge, because it begins with the completion of the scientific method and applies it to every single field at some level or other in order to create a commensurable and therefore testable language. So, on average 6m-2y to learn it.

You’re a smart enough guy and you can probably undrestand the grammars, the operational grammar, the epistemology, and the law fairly easily. (This is what people tell me.) But since we combine terms from so many disciplines and disambiguate them so heavily, terms are a pain.

No other way to turn a lot of ‘very conflated colloquial language’ for the purpose of discounts on conveying meaning by free association, into a set of measurements for the purpose of prohibiting ignorance, error, bias, wishful thinking, fraud, and deceit prohibiting free assoc.

There is no short route to algebraic geometry, no short route to the current law, and not short route to testimonial speech. Just is what it is. As Max Weber suggested, the future would consist entirely of reducing all knowledge to some form of calculation.

Not that someone wont come along after me and simplify it, but honestly how do you simplify something as simple as this: â?¦ Aside from the Grammars and Operational Grammar that’s about has simple as it can be.

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