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# 162 7 Characteristics Of Sentience

         

#163 Something cannot come form nothing

         

#164 Nothing is destroyed nor created

       

#165 Universe has self-organized out of chaos (order emerges from chaos)

#166 Butterfly Effect: "sensitive dependence on initial conditions" (Edward Norton Lorenz, 1979)

#167 Noah Effect: "discontinuity in changes" (James Gleick, 1987)

#168 Joseph Effect: "resistance in changes" (James Gleick, 1987)

#169 Non-Linearity:  small causes leads to large effects (James Gleick, 1987; corollary Maxim #8)

#170 We still need to work at our relationships to make them work (corollary Maxim #157(a))

#171 Bullying - defined as mental-physical abuse, but further pressure-force to do something you do not want to do

#172 Order emerges out of chaos

#173 Laws Of Thermo-dynamics(1): Law Of Conservation Of (Mass-)Energy - energy cannot be created nor destroyed in an isolated system.

         

#174 Laws Of Thermo-dynamics(2) after Nicolas-LĂ©onard-Sadi Carnot (1824)- Rudolf Julius Emanuel Clausius (1869): entropy of any isolated system in terms of energy, remains irreversible, uni-directional, thus decreases.

       

#175(a) Kurt Lewin's (1935) Group-Dynamics describes how external threats unifies the group.

#175(b) Kurt Lewins' (1935) Group-Dynamics describes how an internal scapegoat unifies the group.

#176 Work-Done:

         

#177 Impulse:

        

#178 Kinetic-Energy:

         

#179 Potential-Energy:

         

#180(a) Newton’s Laws Of Mechanics (Dynamics), after Isaac Newton (1687)         

         

#180(b) Newton’s Laws Of Mechanics (Dynamics), after Isaac Newton (1687)

         

#180(c) Newton’s Laws Of Mechanics (Dynamics), after Isaac Newton (1687)

          

#181 Kinematics (‘space and time’ 3+1 Dimensional Motion)    

           

#182 Conservation of Momentum Law: total momentum of an isolated system (eg., system unaffected by external force(s)) remains balanced (at equilibrium)

               

#183(a) Infinity remains greater than any assignable value:   

                     

#183(b) Infinity entails infinite possibilities.

#184 Galilean Relativity, after Galileo Galilei (1632):     

             

#185 Kepler’s Laws Of Planetary Motion, after Johannes Kepler (1618):

                    

#186 Newton’s Acceleration Around A Point, after Isaac Newton (1687):

                   

#187(a) Euclid’s (c.300 B.C.) Fifth-Postulate is false-to-facts:

                   

#187(b) Euclid’s (c.300 B.C.) Fifth-Postulate is false-to-facts:

                   

                 

#187(c) Euclid’s (c.300 B.C.) Fifth-Postulate is false-to-facts:

                   

#187(d) Euclid’s (c.300 B.C.) Fifth-Postulate is false-to-facts:

                   

#188(a) Non-Newtonian Physics (Dynamics):

                   

                   

                   

#188(b) Non-Newtonian Physics (Dynamics): 

                   

                   

                    

                   

#188(c) Non-Newtonian Physics (Dynamics):

                   

#189(a) Rely on one's own cognizance.

#189(b) "If in doubt, ask" will depend on who you get (aswell as what they know), but if desperate find someone worth talking to before you make any decisions.

#189(c) Most people are cluster-fucks.

#190 Happiness involves managing one's expectations

              

#191 Increasing tension between Science-Technology increasing geometrically, compared with social developments increasing only arithmetically results in revolutions, wars, etc.

            

#192(a)Consciousness of abstracting concerns avoiding 'Aristotelian(system)-conditionality'

           

#192(b) Consciousness-of-abstracting emerges from several degrees of factors (envisage that the circles move in-and-out)

           

#193 Rosa Louise McCaulay Parks (1913-2005): "You must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right".

#194 Neuro-Linguistic Environment(s) (AK, 1936): pertaining to the evaluative environment involving verbal (symbolic) 'meaning': words, premises, etc.

#195 Neuro-Evaluational (Semantic) Environment(s) (AK, 1936): pertaining to the evaluative enviorment involving non-verbal (of objects) abstracting: perceiving(s), visualizing(s), 'emotion(s)', 'action(s)', etc.; both verbal 'meaning'; words, premises, etc.

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Category: Quotations | Added by: Paul_Sidle (2017-11-07) | Author: Paul S. Sidle W
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