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June 1, 2019 at 1:37 am #61489Anonymous
This is all I’ve got so far:
To distinguish a quality, substance from other substances or to distinguish an identity (discrete) from its background (all other stimuli), in such a way that doubt of the identity has been extinguished
A central gather point from which stimuli has been collected in relation to its placement related to the source of stimulus.
Observation being the active and intentional act to collect information (stimulus) from a particular placement of the observer relative to the source of stimulus – the act of forming and/or testing predictions of future outcomes based on or composed from past and current stimuli (observe to an ends) – the act of directing intention/attention to collecting patterns in stimuli compared to predictions from past patterns (detection of persistent patterns) – the intention to disambiguate constant relations through state changes over time. (all of that)
The central position and direction of focus of an observer in relation to the environment. The relationship between the direction of observation relative to the field of all observable objects. The relationship of dimensional intersections of one identity relative to another. Up, left and right for me, related to the earth would be away-from-the-center-of-the-earth, north, south defines my orientation to the earth as “standing up, looking west”.
Spacial placement relative to other all other spacial entities.
Constant Relation (face)
A set of inter-dimensional effects which change across those dimensions in response to the same cause and do so in ratio to each other simultaneously and proportionally. The coupling of one dimension to another with in a given context (set of existential limits), where by changes(causes, movement) in one dimension results in changes of the other.
An axis of measurement(static). A vector (wrong word because vectors include intensity) of measurable continuity. Dark to light – left to right, quiet to loud (static). A causal vector of measurable continuity. Cones and rods represent two dimensions of sight, whereby rods are caused to fire at low light, do not mediate color nor spatial acuity (scotopic) and cones fire in high intensity and do mediate color with high spatial acuity (photopic). Scotopic and photopic effects exist as a constant relation where as light intensity increases from dark to bright, the proportion of activation within rods and cones changes from rod dominant activation to cone dominant activation
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