An Odd Even Ode Log Rhythm

“There is geometry in the humming of the strings,
there is music in the spacing of the spheres.”
— Pythagoras

Find Structured Constant: A Ode to Wolfgang

in-form == 1

ex-form == 0

form == -1

Now Moufang it and Emmy ring it two. Make Lise Bind. Oh, Dedekind bother, it’s a unReal hard cut.

Never mind, Hilbert doesn’t bother. Such a Dehn mine-d vather.

MJ Golay to the re-scue, the Hamiltons and Hamming to rearrange and recode, the 23th Prime Poincaré to re-solder.


Two notes of the chord, that’s our poor scope,
And to reach the chord is our life’s hope.
And to name the chord is important to some,
So they give it a word, and the word is:


To Subquotient, or Not Subquotient,
That is the question!

The divisor status, of the lattice, oh my, Times, Rudvalis.

Crack the Dirac, Landau beseech the damp Leech.

It’s a Monster Conway Mesh, Mathieu‘s Stretch, Jacques‘ Mess, Janko‘s Sprains, and Einstein‘s Strain.

Never mind the mock theta, Ramanujan‘s gap, Namagiri dreams.

No Tegmark or Linde, but Verlinde in name. It’s all but Feynman‘s streams,
and weigh.

Such a Prime rank, any such Milnor‘s exotic sank.

No mess, no Stress, but Strain. Tensors Bohm and Bain.

It’s Held together. Dr. Keirsey is here to re-frame.

It Works! Much to lose and A Gain.

It’s Life Itself, More AND Less, a game.

Towards Quantum Formatics


Gravity is a discrete form process in context.

Quan-tum:  qua – “in the capacity of”,  quan -“shortening”, quant-ity – “amount

Form-atics: form – “shape“, atics – ending for making adjectives or nouns, reification

Quantum Formatics:  the study of discrete form processes within context: a wholistic physical in-formation and ex-formation theory.

How and Why the World Works.

General Relativity(GR) and Quantum Mechanics(QM) have been the most successful science enterprises ever.   Discovering phenomena like black holes, the tau particle, gravity waves, and predicting precisely the orbit of Mercury, bending of light, the Teller-Jahn effect, the electron neutrino, and countless other effects.

On the other hand,

“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” — attributed to Albert Einstein.

Intriguely, Eric Verlinde has proposed emergent gravity.  However, at this moment there seems to be no test that can include, preclude, or exclude his idea.  The concept of Gravity, whether emergent gravity, hoped for quantum gravity, implicit string theory gravity, or Einsteinian statistical gravity [in the form of General Relativity] essentially assumes some form of mathematical continuity, unspecified and under-defined.  Because there are at least six forms of continuity, for example, the following four: Continuously differentiable ⊆ Lipschitz continuousα-Hölder continuousuniformly continuous = continuous ; The real question becomes: which kinds of “continuity” is physically at the “quantum foam” levels?– and what are the relations between concepts (qualities) of various “spins”, “charges”, “spaces”, “energies”, “masses”, “distances”, and “forces”, with different kinds of “times”.

It seems clear that the present quantum mechanics is not in its final form. — Paul Dirac

Moreover, Quantum Mechanics (QM), using the crutch of Born-Schrödinger probabilities in the guise of Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein statistics, is a very very very precise, but incomplete.  Although probabilistic unitary quadratic forms (a “real” scalar product or action of a linear functional on a vector in a complex vector space) can help in calculating measures, there is no “definite qualities”.    At the quantum levels, one does not have separable “qualities” — just postulated mixed measures denoted by “quantum numbers” and “probabilitic measures” in the form of “real” and/or “complex numbers”.

Adding the two statistical conceptions: GR and QM has not and will not work.   A non-statistical methodology is needed to Relate phenonema at the scales of large (GR) and the phenonema at the scales of small (QM).  That methodology needs Relational Forms Frameworks.

Information Momentum and Latent Exformation: On the Involution and Envolution of the Universe.



Re-Imagining, and Booking Thru Life

To be continued…

Other Architect Rationals include:  James MadisonSrinivasa RamanujanEmmy NoetherPaul DiracRobert RosenDavid KeirseyAlbert EinsteinLonnie AthensDavid Bohm

The Number

Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, paid tribute to Srinivasa Ramanujan: “A genius who made a monumental contribution to mathematics, I pay my tributes to the legendary S Ramanujan on his birth anniversary.”

It is Srinivasa Ramanujan’s 127th birth anniversary.

As a Mersenne prime, 127 is related to the perfect number 8128. 127 is also an exponent for another Mersenne prime 2127 – 1 (2127 – 1), which was discovered by Édouard Lucas in 1876, and held the record for the largest known prime for 75 years – it is still the largest prime ever discovered by hand calculations. Furthermore, 127 is equal to 27 – 1, and because 7 is also a Mersenne prime, this makes 127 a double Mersenne prime.

127 is also a cuban prime of the form p = (x^3 – y^3) / (x – y), x = y + 1. The next prime is 131, with which it comprises a cousin prime. Because the next odd number, 129, is a semiprime, 127 is a Chen prime. 127 is greater than the arithmetic mean of its two neighboring primes, thus it is a strong prime.
127 cannot be written as a sum of a power of 2 and a prime, the next is 149.
127 is a centered hexagonal number.
It is the 7th Motzkin number.
127 is a palindromic prime in nonary and binary.
It is the first nice Friedman number in base 10, since 127 = -1 + 27, as well as binary since 1111111 = (1 + 1)111 – 1 * 1.

Ramanujan would have known THIS NUMBER too.

The Premise

The Premise of Temperament

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“The history of philosophy is to a great extent that of a certain clash of human temperaments. Undignified as such a treatment may seem to some of my colleagues, I shall have to take account of this clash and explain a good many of the divergences of philosophers by it. Of whatever temperament a professional philosopher is, he tries, when philosophizing, to sink the fact of his temperament. Temperament is no conventionally recognized reason, so he urges impersonal reasons only for his conclusions. Yet his temperament really gives him a stronger bias than any of his more strictly objective premises. It loads the evidence for him one way or the other, making for a more sentimental or hard-hearted view of the universe, just as this fact or that principle would. He trusts his temperament. Wanting a universe that suits it, he believes in any representation of the universe that…

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The Revolution of Corrective Counseling

It is a slow idea, someday it will catch on. Meanwhile, good luck for those in the grip of psychiatry and the DSM V, … DSM IV…

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[Editor: This is one of the last pieces of my father’s writings]
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This revolution revealed to those who cared to look that every successful method of corrective counseling owed its success, not to the factor guessed at by its inventor, but to the unintentional “prescription of the symptom.” Logical investigation of successful methods invariably led to the same conclusion: each useful method in its own way entails “symptom prescription” as practiced by Milton Erickson. It was clear to those who studied Erickson’s method of encouraging clients to practice their symptoms under his supervision that Rogers’sreflection, Kelly’srole assignment, Stampfl’simplosion, Wolpe’sreciprocal inhibition,Ellis’sinsane sentencing, Moreno’srole directing,Adler’slogical consequences, Berne’spermission, Glasser’sbite-sized assignments, Skinner’srewards, Eglash’srestitution, and…

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