Continuum concept

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The continuum concept or continuum like concept is the that knowledge can be ordered in certain useful ways using a mathematical continuum structure. Itocontinuums are continuums that are used in the science of psychexistology. Uses include itoproofs, itomapping, itoapproximation, itoconstruction, itoanalysis, determining itoimmortality extent for a specific original, etc.. An itofazcontinuum can be formed that produces only one ixperiencitness. Within this itofazcontinuum can be itofazregions that have specific conscious or other types of properties. For example, the grouping of actual awarepaths versus potential awarepaths.

Light can come in (almost) any frequency thus it forms a singular continuum where the variable is the wavelength of the photon
The ixperiencitness concept is like the color spectrum where there is a continuum of change but the change can be slow at certain sections and very rapid at others

The real number line is a singular infinitely long and infinitely divisible continuum they can be combined to form multidimensional continuums

The color spectrum looks different than the electromagnetic spectrum even though they are based on the same phenomena. The reason there is a difference is that the brain can not see every difference in the change in the light frequency. The eye is limited to three colors (frequency bands) because of the three kinds of cone receptors in the eye.

This a discrete of continuum whole numbers and fractions
The real number line make a one dimensional continuum

Continuum Concept is that change (numbers) can be broken into every smaller and smaller pieces. This is the opposite from the ideas that something is either one way or the other. There are many intermediate positions between the structure and functioning of two different people at one point on their physapath. There are also an extremely large amount of intermediate positions on the same persons physapath from one point to another.

The continuum concept is very useful when dealing with structure and functioning of matter in a conscious producing body. A continuum can be bounded by a specific set of numbers for instance all the real numbers between one and two. The problem is that when dealing with consciousnesses such boundaries are usually arbitrary. You cannot say that a particular structure and functioning will have a specific consciousness and the one right next to it will have a different consciousness or ixperiencitness.

It maybe that mater functions in discrete ways such as the planck constant [[1]] seems to indicate but it is so small that there are still an innumerable amount ways that a human brain can be structured and then function that it can appear to be a continuum of possible states.

How many different physipaths will produce the same physapath?

How many different physapaths will produce the same awarepath?

How many awarepaths will produce the same ixpepath?

To have an actual answer to these questions you have to have ways to break down the continuum in to discrete units and then apply combination and permutation computations.

Awaretheory predicts with experimental evidence that there are many physipaths will produce the same physapath. Many physapaths will produce the same awarepath. And many awarepaths will have the same ixpepath.

The coolness continuum.jpg

See also: Spectrum concept, Spectrum like concept, Continuum like concept, Concept superlist, Pathconcepts, spaceconcepts, spaceconcept, space concept, part concept, point concept, moment concept, path concept, venue concept, region concept, continuum concept, multicontinuum concept, partconcept, pointconcept, momentconcept, pathconcept, venueconcept, regionconcept, continuumconcept, multicontinuumconcept,