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From The Mind Of Live Longer

Understanding Logic / The Problem

Amidst the many thousands of years in the development of a near-infinite myriad produces via the use of ever growing efficient perplexed logic. Humanity has yet to normalize the perfect foundations of life’s hierarchal features (of which ultimately replace its rudimentary functions in complexity to conceive a component with additional features). An instance of this could be a building; its premise is composed of basic materials, and when combined in complexity, they form building blocks; further, these building blocks are combined to append additional hierarchical features. (the same logic can also be true for evolution).

However, although essential components of life have been normalized, the underlying perfect foundation for logic has yet to achieve this state – achieving this could further introduce a new state of progressive exponent.  The impacts of decoding such components of life introduce singularities such as Computer Science, of which occur at an ever growing exponential rate (obstructions still occur which eventually delay the rate at which the singularity transpires). Given the power of knowledge for manipulation, hierarchal features will ultimately adopt underlying components in complexity (this can be illustrated as a pyramid; previous layers adopt greater complexity than appended layers; shown below).

However, despite the advances progressed from the introduction of normalized disciplines, a greater singularity may be possible via the normalization of one of the greatest essences of logic: the problem.  Primarily, the problem is identified as a question, often inciting “what (e.g. how or why?)” or a location oriented query (e.g. “where?”).  Addressing the problem may occur via stochastic nature or via digital oriented (or those which are of a similar nature) components, consuming a given set of resources (often occurring as process time).  Criteria adhering to the addressing stage thus features any function from an infinite spectrum of complexity (current stages of this requires concerns with the state of functions (e.g. biological health for humans), its resources (e.g. nutrition for humans), priority (i.e. how the problem competes with other identified problems – its allocated process time over other problems) and intervention (i.e. whether stochastic properties are required to intervene with the problem, and whether it’ll bypass a collision (an autonomous system will ultimately encounter obstacles and which may eventually force the system to crash; a system featuring stochastic properties however, will incur a prompted randomized input, thereby allowing for a randomized response to the collision (the system will thus eventually bypass the collision).

Furthermore, normalization of this essence of logic may provide insight into which problems are soluble and those which are not – this would ultimately reduce the overall resource consumption of hierarchal systems which process to identify corresponding solutions.  Ergo to this particular state of normalization, problems may not require practical testing; a simple equation may define the state of the problem, thus providing systems with the opportunity to elude insoluble problems.

Regardless however, path-finding oriented logic will still be required to address identified problems – the primary benefit of this is to eliminate paradoxes induced by insoluble problems.


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