Oriexperiments are rational experiments about originals. The question these experiments hope to shed light on are: What can we do to the original and still have the same consciousness and ixperiencitness? And the converse question: What changes in the original will produce a change in consciousness and ixperiencitness of the original?
The experiments fall into several different categories. Dividing matter, Combining matter, Assimilation of matter, length of death, reduction of matter, switching matter, changing S&F, speed of change, modifications to reanimate, continuity, continuance of consciousness, etc.
Dividing matter experiments are rational experiments about taking part of the matter in the original and making a separate person.
Combining matter experiments deal with combining the matter from two or more separate people, and see who is left.
Assimilation of matter experiments deal with the speed that matter is replaced in the body.
Reduction of matter experiments ask what happens when you reduce the matter in the original.
Switching matter experiments deal with switching the matter with another person.
Length of death experiments deal with the length of time that a body is dead before it is reanimated.
Combination experiments are experiments that combine the different experiments to see if a combination of factors variables effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness.
What these experiments show is that singularity of conscious existence does not make sense scientifically. To make philosingularity work and make sense, you have to have a very complex theory explaining why there are so many dead ends, that philosingularity theories do not predict or explain well.
When idoriginals, cidentireplicas, videntireplicas, fidentireplicas, musidentireplicas, insidentireplicas, enhaidentireplicas, and simidentireplicas are considered as the original the results of the oriexperiments, oriprinciples and oriequations apply to them as well.
There are orianalogies about these experiments in terms of DVDs and DVD players.
Oriexperiments apply to the other itobodies when they are considered as the original. Coriexperiments Idoexperiments, Citoexperiments, Vitoexperiments, Fitoexperiments, Enhaexperiments, Isoexperiments, Musexperiments, Insiexperiments, Comboexperiments, Tritoexperiments, Nrgexperiments, and Simiexperiments.
Oriassimulation experiments Concept of assimilation of matter:
Orifuturality experiments Orifuturazation expereincing the present in the future
Orihistorality experiments Orihistorazation expereincing the present in the past
Oriquondamality experiments Experiencing some past now
Oriprospectality experiments Oriprospectazation Experiencing some future now
Oritemporality experiments The combination of time related principles
Orinception experiments-- when in time it began
Oriexordium experiments-- when or where along the awarepath/ physipath
Oricreation experiments-- who or what created it
Orimodality experiments -- how it was created
Oriautochthonality experiments -- where it comes from
Oricausality experiments-- why it was made
Citoerudition experiments -- knowledge about
Orisocioenhancement experiments Society advancement
Itoimmortality, Orimmortality, Idoimmortality, Corimmortality, Citoimmortality, Vitoimmortality, Fitoimmortality, Enhaimmortality, Isoimmortality, Musimmortality, Insimmortality, Tritoimmortality, Nrgimmortality, Comboimmortality, Simimmortality,
Itoevidence: Orievidence, Idoevidence, Corievidence Citoevidence, Vitoevidence, Fitoevidence, Enhaevidence, Isoevidence, Musevidence, Insievidence, Tritoevidence, Nrgevidence, Comboevidence, Simievidence,
Itoexperiments, Oriexperiments, Idoexperiments, Coriexperiments, Citoexperiments, Vitoexperiments, Fitoexperiments, Enhaexperiments, Isoexperiments, Musexperiments, Insiexperiments, Tritoexperiments, Nrgexperiments, Comboexperiments, Simiexperiments,
Itoarguments, Oriarguments, Idoarguments, Coriarguments, Citoarguments, Vitoarguments, Fitoarguments, Enharguments, Isoarguments, Musarguments, Insiarguments, Tritoarguments, Nrgarguments, Comboarguments, Simiarguments,
Itoequations, Oriequations, Idoequations, Coriequations, Citoequations, Vitoequations, Fitoequations, Enhaequations, Isoequations, Musequations, Insiequations, Tritoequations, Nrgequations, Comboequations, Simiequations,
Itoprinciples, Oriprinciples, Idoprinciples, Citoprinciples, Citoprinciples, Vitoprinciples, Fitoprinciples, Enhaprinciples, Isoprinciples, Musprinciples, Insiprinciples, Tritoprinciples, Nrgprinciples, Comboprinciples, Simiprinciples,
Itomultiplicity: Orimultiplicity, Idomultiplicity, Corimultiplicity, Citomultiplicity, Vitomultiplicity, Fitomultiplicity, Enhamultiplicity, Isomultiplicity, Musmultiplicity, Insimultiplicity, Tritomultiplicity, Nrgmultiplicity, Combomultiplicity, Simimultiplicity,
Itosubjectivity: Orisubjectivity, Idosubjectivity, Corisubjectivity, Citosubjectivity, Vitosubjectivity, Fitosubjectivity, Enhasubjectivity, Isosubjectivity, Mussubjectivity, Insisubjectivity, Tritosubjectivity, Nrgsubjectivity, Combosubjectivity, Simisubjectivity,
Itoanalogies, Orianalogies, Idoanalogies, Corianalogies, Citoanalogies, Vitoanalogies, Fitoanalogies, Enhanalogies, Isoanalogies, Musanalogies, Insianalogies, Tritoanalogies, Nrganalogies, Comboanalogies, Simianalogies,
Itoconstruction: Oriconstruction, Idoconstruction, Coriconstruction, Citoconstruction, Vitoconstruction, Fitoconstruction, Enhaconstruction, Isoconstruction, Musconstruction, Insiconstruction, Tritoconstruction, Nrgconstruction, Comboconstruction, Simiconstruction,
Itoapplications: Oriapplications, Idoapplications, Coriapplications, Citoapplications, Vitoapplications, Fitoapplications, Enhapplications, Isoapplications, Musapplications, Insiapplications, Tritoapplications, Simiapplications, Comboapplications, Nrgapplications,
Itofazimmortality, Itofazexperiments, Itofazevidence, Itofazarguments, Itofazequations, Itofazprinciples, Itofazmultiplicity, Itofazsubjectivity, Itofazanalogies, Itofazmapping, Itofazconstruction, Itofazapplications.