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Original date:20180101 12:48:43 Edited by: Ekhnat0n Subject: Re: SWITCH question
Hello jim,
First of all Happy New Year to you and those who are close to you.
Why do I need S2T & T2S?
1) I Can communicate a hell of a lot faster that way. Anything taking me an hour to typeout only costs me 10 minutes at most to SAY. Being able to go faster by a factor 6 means
1) I can produce 6? times faster than I can do possibly now, and with far less effort and errors.
2) Which intrinsically means I can explore 36 more ways Each with their own METHOD.
As the consequence of finding ONE new method is
that I will be able to advance to investigate 6! possibilities (720) whereas before that could only do 120.
Finding the next barrier to be able to communicate perfectly at thoughtspeed might get nearer, and will only be limited by the relative enhancement of this speed, you agree?
Well this is the way those authors who write books on a monthly or weekly base have to do (unless they let a 'puter generate them.
As right now I am thinking approximately 1000 times faster than I speak, tossing over thoughtexperiments and throwing out (on average 9 in 10) 100 will remain in the same time I threw out JUST 1 thought right now, it means I can unleash a much larger part of my capacity(ies) and find viable ways to tackle a new problem from far more sides in a significant shorter period.
I am however sure, that SWITCH can perform in more ways, with each parameter (choice) you add to it in a PREDICABLE (number of) way(s), hence finding the correct formula will be a bit tricky, because the linear ORDER of things to test will be very important as I did prove in my example in my last post in this tread. 2 numbers have 2 different ways to interact. 1+1=2 11=0 that is ONLY true for 0,1 and 2. go do your math on 3 numbers (1, 2 and 3) There are ONLY 2 ways to have them result in 6 that are the same. 1+2+3==1*2*3.
But as 1 didn't contribute in the multiplication it DID in the addition. We are simply applying the laws of arithmetic here in a 2 dimensional plane.
What if we would start applying it in 3D? That is what I really am working at ATM.
BTW my apologies for transgressing the C0C if this forum, nowhere in the concise header is to be found, that I would not turn down any (temporary) help whatsoever and what consequences are involved. Nor is soliciting for such aid to be found as against the Code of Conduct ;)
Not Categorized, Please Help
