# Advanced citoequations 3

Mathematics of conscious survival, An introduction to the Mathematics of immortality, Mathematics of immortality,

Symbolic definitions, Symbolic definitions part2, Symbolic definitions part3, Symbolic definitions part 4,

Introduction and Foundation Concepts for Itoequations

Simple citoequations, Simple citoequations 2, Simple citoequations 3,

Citoequations 1, Citoequations 2, Citoequations 3, Citoequations 4, Citoequations 5,

Advanced citoequations, Advanced citoequations 1, Advanced citoequations 2, **Advanced citoequations 3**,

Combined equations, Combined equations 1

Important citoequations, Important citoequations 1, Important citoequations 2

Itodifferential equations, Fazdifferential equations, Itofazdifferential equations

itofazmapping equations, Itofazspace mapping equations, Itobehavior equations

Itoproduction equations Itoequation logic

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## Contents

#### The concept of itocelerity

The concept of itocelerity is that the same consciousness and ixperiencitness can be produced at different speeds because time can progress at different speeds for different itobodies because of the actual speed that the itobody travels through space can vary thus invoking special relativity's concept of time dilation. The intensity of the gravitational field that an itobody exists in will also effect how fast time progresses for that itobody. A third factor that may effect the speed that a consciousness is produced is the structure and functioning of the itobody. For instance an electronic or photonic consciousness producing itobody may produce consciousness at a faster rate than a biological itobody.

Symbolic representations of the concepts of itocelerity

the speed that the itobodies are producing mentality etc., are increasing converging or becoming more alike.

speeding up of functioning, behavior, consciousness and ixperiencitness in the proceeding relating itobody.

slowing down of functioning, behavior, consciousness and ixperiencitness in the proceeding relating itobody.

the speed that the itobodies are producing mentality etc., are increasing diverging.

the relative speed of production of consciousness etc. is changing, increasing then decreasing.

the relative speed of production of consciousness etc. is changing, decreasing then increasing.

#### The concept of celerity

The intensity of warping of space due to gravity and speed of an object effect how fast time passes for that object in relation to other objects. The faster an object is traveling the slower that time passes for that object in relation to other objects traveling at slower speeds. Also the more intense the force due to gravity is on an object, the slower that times passes for that object in relation to other objects in less intense gravity fields.

The formula for determining time dilation in special relativity is:

- <math> \Delta t' = \gamma \Delta t = \frac{\Delta t}{\sqrt{1-v^2/c^2}} \,</math>

where

- <math> \Delta t \,</math> is the time interval between
*two co-local events*(i.e. happening at the same place) for an observer in some inertial frame (e.g. ticks on his clock) – this is known as the*proper time*, - <math> \Delta t' \,</math>is the time interval between those same events, as measured by another observer, inertially moving with velocity
*v*with respect to the former observer, - <math> v \,</math> is the relative velocity between the observer and the moving clock,
- <math> c \,</math> is the speed of light, and
- <math> \gamma = \frac{1}{\sqrt{1-v^2/c^2}} \,</math> is the Lorentz factor.

See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_dilation for time dilation due to speed and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_time_dilation for changes in time dilation due to the presence of gravitational fields.

The faster an object travels the more massive an object becomes. This can effect the structure and functioning of an itobody especially at speeds approaching the speed of light. see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass_in_special_relativity

#### Oricelerity

Oricelerity deals with the speed that time passes for the original

for p >o

If the original would have been made of different matter, in a different place, but had the same temporal celerity it would have produced identical and synchronous consciousness and ixperiencitness.

for p >o

If the original would have been made of different matter, in a different place, and time, but had the same temporal celerity it would have produced the same consciousness and ixperiencitness but not at the same time if

for p >o

means slower in time speed or temporal celerity time is passing slower for x than it is for y.

means faster in time speed or temporal celerity time is passing faster for x than it is for y.

#### Citocelerity

For the concept of citocelerity we need to introduce a new term “V”. This represents the speed or velocity that time is progressing. It is a real term because of Einstein’s theory of relativity, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theory_of_relativity, through out space the objects, planets etc. will be moving at different velocities in relation to each other. So they will be producing consciousness at different speeds. Because the speed of objects can change over time we can create a complex equation that relates the consciousness produced overtime.

For instance the equation will generate the relation of every second of consciousness for the original will produce two seconds of consciousness and ixperiencitness for the cidentireplica.

The mentality produced will not be synchronized. However, if the difference in veloicity is small enough it will appear that the mentality is occuring at the same time.

When we consider these two equations the increase in speed of the cidentireplica will decrease the size of the cidentireplica at least in the dimension that the cidentireplica is traveling in. The mass and the density of the cidentireplica relative to the original will increase. The time that it takes for each measurement of mentality will increase for the cidentireplica. This is because the functioning of the cidentireplica in relation to the original has slowed down. This is due to the Einstein's theory of relativity.

If we take the case where the original is traveling faster than the cidentireplica we have the reverse case.

In the real world the relative motion of the cidentireplica and original will be a complex function represented by .

for p >o

This means that there is a complex patterm of motion and time change during the life of the original and the cidentireplica.

This equation represents a complex function from birth to death of the original and cidentireplica of a complex function of interchange of matter. represents any of a number of complex functions from birth to death. ∫(n µ m), represents any of a number of complex functions of interchange of matter. Even with a complex interchange of matter over time between the original and cidentireplica. The behavior will continue to be identical. This is true because if the functioning stays the same the behavior stays the same.

How to represent any amount of matter over any length of time it does not have to be a linear equation of interchange amount per time but can be any function desired.

This means that from birth to death of the original and the cidentireplica, if a complicated function of interchanged was performed between the cidentireplica and the original, if all other factors (O,U,D,T,S,C) stayed the same the cidentireplica and original would have the same mentality.

This is valid because the original and the cidentireplica ar made of different matter and as a result the equation 1∫bd.3∫bd./E(E ∫^) is valid which make the above equation valid.

A capitol letter for the synchronized and a lower case for non synchronized

In this equation the original has the mentality of the cidentireplica but it is non synchronized

In this equation the original has the behavior of the cidentireplica but it is non synchronized.

When the velocity and the time of functioning is the same i.e., o =p and i =j then the mentality functioning and behavior will be synchronized

when o = p

#### Oricelerity and synchronization equations

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In this equation the functioning is the same but the speed that the functioning is being produced at, is different. The term represents the speed that the functioning that is occurring at. The term coresponds to the functioning speed of .

The behavior will not be produced at the same speed but when once the speed of behavior is adjusted to the same time they will be the same.

This equation represents the concept that the consciousnesses even if produced at a different speed, will still be identical.

This equation represents the concept that even if the ixperiencitness is produced at a different rate of speed becouse the functioning is faster or slower, from the internal observer point of view the consciousness and ixperiencitness will still be experienced the same.

In this equation the functioning is the same but the speed that the functioning is being produced at, is different, and is defined by the function . The terms and represents the the functions for the speed and the changes in speed of functioning over time for and respectively.

In this equation the functioning is the same but the speed that the functioning is being produced at is different defined by the function . And the time period that the functioning is produced in, is different also.

In this equation the mentality is the same but the speed that the mentality is being produced at, is different.

In this equation the mentality is the same but the speed that the mentality is being produced at, is different, and is defined by the function .

In this equation the mentality is the same but the speed that the mentality is being produced at is different defined by the function . And the time period that the mentality is produced in, is different also.

#### Citocelerity synchronization

In this equation the functioning is the same but the speed that the functioning is being produced at, is different.

In this equation the functioning is the same but the speed that the functioning is being produced at, is different, and is defined by the function .

In this equation the functioning is the same but the speed that the functioning is being produced at is different defined by the function . And the time period that the functioning is produced in, is different also.

In this equation the mentality is the same but the speed that the mentality is being produced at, is different.

In this equation the mentality is the same but the speed that the mentality is being produced at, is different, and is defined by the function .

In this equation the mentality is the same but the speed that the mentality is being produced at is different defined by the function . And the time period that the mentality is produced in, is different also.

### Principle of Oriacceptability

Equation 1.1(E12,D12)=0H ﬁ

If Ori(O,U,E1,D1,T,S,C) == 0 jH

then Ori(O,U,E2,D2,T,S,C) == 0 jH

This simply is a mathematical way of saying that if you were in any way different materially or demensionally you would still be a human. For example if you had eaten a different apple than you in fact did some time in you life, some of the atoms in your body would have been different. You still would have been a human. In the same way if you would have taken a different way home from school one day in your life you would have existed in a different space. But you would have still been a human. Structure and functioning has to stay identical. Probably eating a differnt apple or walking a different route would in same way change the structure and functioning of the original but not necessairly.

### Principle of Itoacceptability

The concept of acceptability applies to many different subjects. There is being accepted as a human, as having a human behavior and consciousness, being from a certain country, race, religion, etc. It is equivalent to being included in a set of objects such as the set of humans the set of conscious human, or the set of conscious beings. Acceptance requires something to include the object in the set. It can be a law of nature, social norms, an axiom, personal preference, computer preference, etc.

When will other people accept a cidentireplica as the original? When will the original accept the cidentireplica as having the same ixperiencitness as itself? Under what conditions will a videntireplica actually have the ixperiencitness of an original?

### Oriacceptability Equations

### Citoacceptability Equations

1.4E_1^2,D_1^2=0H \;\blacktriangleleft \; If Ori(O,U,E_1,D_1,T,S,F) == 0 jH then Cito(O,U,E_2,D_2,T,S,F) == 0 jH

This is a mathematical representation of principle 3 from the first chapter. It states that if the original is a member of the set of all possible humans then the cidentireplica with identical structure, functioning, and in the same time will also be a member of the set of all humans. They will be made of different matter and be in a different space. Where H humanness is defined as behavior and structure within defined limits. H can also be defined as a as a certain set of sensepaths for an or set of observer. The sensepath produces the sense stimulation that creates the concept of a person for the observer.

Equation 1.4(O)=0H \;\blacktriangleleft \;

If Ori(O) == 0 jH, then Cito(O)== 0 jH

By definition Ori(O) … Ori(O,U,E,D,T,S,F) and

Cito(O) … Cito(O,U,E,D,T,S,F)

Equation 1.4(O)=0H is the equivalent to: \;\blacktriangleleft \;

If Ori(O,U,E,D,T,S,F) == 0 jH

then Cito(O,U,E,D,T,S,F) == 0 jH

This says mathematically that if you were named differently you would still be considered a human.

Equation 1.4(E_1^2,D_1^2,T_1^2)=0H \;\blacktriangleleft \;

If Ori(O,U,E_1,D_1,T_1,S,F) == 0 jH

then Cito(O,U,E_2,D_2,T_2,S,F)== 0 jH

The cidentireplica will also be human if they are in a different time: T1 =/= To .

Equation 1.4(E_1^m,D_1^n,T_1^o)=0H \;\blacktriangleleft \;

If Ori(O,U,E_1,D_1,T_1,S,F) == 0 jH

then Cito(O,U,E_m,D_n,T_o,S,F)== 0 jH

If the original is a member of the set of all humans then any cidentireplica that has identical structure and functioning in the same universe with the same physcial laws made of the same original will be a member of the set of all humans also.

#### Oriconsciousness

The symbolic phrase means that it is a member of the set of humans consciousnesses.

If the original has or had a human consciousness, then if the same original would have been in a different place, made of different matter, in a different time period, it would have a human consciousness as well, as long as it has the identical structure and functioning.

If the original(w) has or had a human consciousness, then if the original(v) would have been in a different place, made of different matter, in a different time period, it would be conscious as well, as long as it has the identical structure and functioning.

The symbolic phrase means that it is a member of the set of humans.

If the original is a human, then if the original would have been in a different place, made of different matter, in a different time period, it would be human as well, as long as it has the identical structure and functioning.

#### Citoconsciousness

The symbolic phrase means that it is a member of the set of humans consciousnesses

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If M{Ori(O)} == 0 jC , then M{Cito(O)}== 0 jC

Equation 1.4M.2(E_1^2,D_1^2)C \;\blacktriangleleft \;

If M{Ori(O,U,E1,D1,T,S,F)} == 0 jC

then M{Cito(O,U,E2,D2,T,S,F)}== 0 jC

If the original is a member in the set of conscious things then the cidentireplica that is materially and spatially different will be a member of the same consciousness set.

This equation says that if the original is a member of the sum of conscious things then the cidentireplica that is made of different matter in a different space and time will also be conscious.

Equation 1.4M.2(E_1^2,D_1^2)0C is a mathematical representation of principle 4. It states that if the original is consciousness (the mentality of the original is an element of the set of consciousness things) then the cidentireplica (made of different matter in a different space but with identical structure and functioning in the same time) will also be consciousness ( is an element of the set of consciousness things also)

Equation 1.4M.2(E_1^2,D_1^2,T_1^2)0C \;\blacktriangleleft \;

If M{Ori(O,U,E_1,D_1,T_1,S,F)} == 0 jC

then M{Cito(O,U,E_2,D_2,T_2,S.F)}== 0 jC

This equation says that if the original is a member of the sum of conscious things then the cidentireplica that is materially and spacially different and time will also be conscious.

Equation 1.4M.2(E_1^2,D_1^2,T_1^2)0HC \;\blacktriangleleft \;

If M{Ori(O,U,E_1,D_1,T_1,S,F)} == 0 jHC

then M{Cito(O,U,E_2,D_2,T_2,S.F)} == 0 jHC

This equation says that if the original is a member of the sum of human conscious things then the cidentireplica that is made of different matter in a different space and time will also be a member of the set of human conscious beings.

Equation 1.4B2(E_1^2,D_1^2,T_1^2)0HB \;\blacktriangleleft \;

If B{Ori(O,U,E1,D1,T1,S,C)} == 0 jBH

then B{Cito(O,U,E2,D2,T2,S.C)}== 0 jBH

This equation says that if the original’s behavior is a member of the set of possible human behaviors, then the cidentireplica, that is made of different matter, in a different space and time, will have a behavior that will also be a member of the set of possible human behaviors.

Mentafunctionality

Equation dfs(b)/dt >> M(b)

Where “b”is the body. The change “d” in the physical functioning “f”and structure “s”of (b) over the progression of time /dt produces the mentality “M ” of (b).

The symbol >> represents produces.

Orimentafunctionality

Equation 1df>M \;\blacktriangleleft \;

dfs(Ori)/dt >> M(Ori)

The change in the functioning and structure of the original over time is what produces the consciousness of the original.

--- Equation 1df>M \;\blacktriangleleft \;

dfs(Ori)/dt >> M(Ori)

d(O,S,C) >> M(O,)

d(O,C) >> M(O,)

#### Citomentafunctionality

Equation 3df>M \;\blacktriangleleft \;

dfs(Cid)/dt >> M(Cid)

The change in the functioning and structure of the cidentireplica over time is what produces the consciousness of the cidentireplica.

Equation 1.3df/>M \;\blacktriangleleft \;

dfs(Ori)/dt />> M(Cid)

The change in the functioning and structure of the original over time does not produce the consciousness of the cidentireplica.

#### Citochange

Equation db>dm \;\blacktriangleleft\; dfs(b)/dt >> dm(b)/dt

The physical functioning and change in structure of the body “b” is dfs(b) produces the mental change that is occurring in b.

d(b,m,t) M d \;\blacktriangleleft \; dm(b)/dt =M= M(b) \;\blacktriangleleft \; dm(b)/dt = M(b) ﬁ

The mental change is the mentality of b.

Equation 1dF>dm \;\blacktriangleleft \; dFS(Ori)/dt >> dM(Ori)/dt

This equation states that the change in the original’s structure and functioning over time produces the change in the mentality of the original.

Equation 4dF>dM \;\blacktriangleleft \; dF(Cito)/dt >> dM(Cito)/dt

This equation states that the change in the cidentireplica’s structure and functioning over time produces the change in the mentality of the cidentireplica.

Equation 1.4dF/>dM \;\blacktriangleleft \; dFs(Ori)/dt >/> dM(Cito)/dt

This equation states that the change in the original’s structure and functioning over time does not produces the change in the mentality of the cidentireplica. There is no necessary connection between the original and the cidentireplica.

#### Transuniversal Itomultireplication equations

#### Transuniversal Orimultireplication equations

this symbol represents the transuniversal concept which is a grouping name for the concepts of transuniversal equality, transuniversal isomorphic, transuniversal modification, transuniversal version, transuniversal consciousness and transuniversal null and versions in between. The same universe may have some to all of these versions within itself.

this symbol represents the transuniversal equality concept this means that the physical laws between two different universes or places within the same universe are not different enough to change the consciousness and ixperiencitness produced by a particular structure and functioning of the itobody.

this symbol represents the transuniversal isomorphic concept which means that even though the physical laws may be different, that the same consciousness and ixperiencitness results can be achieved with the approximate or isomorphic structure and functioning but not with identical structure and functioning for some to all cases.

this symbol represents the transuniversal modification concept which means that because the physical laws are different enough, the same consciousness and ixperiencitness can be produced with minor to major modifications to the structure and functioning of that itobody for most cases in that alternate universe.

this symbol represents the transuniversal version concept which means that because the physical laws are different enough, that versions of consciousnesses and sometimes ixperiencitnesses can exist in one universe but not in the other. So a person's ixperiencitness can exist in this other universe but not the same consciousness. There can be versions of consciousnesses that exist in one universe that cannot exist in the other and visa versa with the same ixperiencitness.

this symbol represents the transuniversal consciousness concept which means that because the physical laws are different enough, that different consciousnesses and ixperiencitnesses can be produced but not versions of the ixperiencitnesses and consciousnesses that exist in this universe.

this symbol represents the transuniversal null concept which means that no consciousness or ixperiencitness can be produced in this universe with its present physical laws.

Equation )1_w1_vMU_q^pE_w^vD_w^v \;\;\blacktriangleleft \; \;</m>

If , then Ori_w(O,U_q,E_n,D_x,T,S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Ori_v(O,U_p,E_m,D_y,T,S,F) </m>

This means that if universe “U_q” is transuniversally equal “=Tu=” to“U_p</m> then the originals Ori_w </m>and Ori_v </m>are mentally equivalent. Transuniversally equal “=Tu=” means that the physical laws are the same or are different but have the same relative effect on physical functioning and the production of consciousness. If the original was in a different universe it will still be able to produce the same consciousness with the same relative functioning and structure.

#### Transuniversal Citomultireplication equations

#### Transuniversal Citomultireplication

If , then

This means that if universe “U_q” is transuniversally equal “=T_u=” to“U_p” then the cidentireplicas Cito(w) and Cito(v) are mentally equivalent.

The equations will also be valid.

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is made of different matter, in a different space, and time but continues to have the identical functioning and structure, is in the same universe with the same physical laws.

#### See also:

Itoequations, Oriequations, Idoequations, Coriequations, Citoequations, Vitoequations, Fitoequations, Isoequations, Enhaequations, Musequations, Insiequations, Tritoequations, Nrgequations, Comboequations, and Simiequations,

Oridoequations, Oricoriequations, Oricitoequations, Orivitoequations, Orifitoequations, Orisoequations, Orienhaequations, Orimusequations, Orinsiequations, Oritritoequations, Orinrgequations, Oricomboequations, and Orisimiequations,

Corivitoequations, Corifitoequations, Corisoequations, Corienahequations, Corimusequations, Corinsiequations, Coritritoequations, Corinrgequations, Coricomboequations, Corisimiequations,

Vitofitoequations, Vitoisoequations, Vitoenhaequations, Vitomusequations, Vitoinsiequations, Vitotritoequations, Vitonrgequations, Vitocomboequations, Vitosimiequations,

Fitoisoequations, Fitoenhaequations, Fitomusequations, Fitoinsiequations, Fitotritoequations, Fitonrgequations, Fitocomboequations, Fitosimiequations,

Isoenhaequations, Isomusequations, Isoinsiequations, Isotritoequations, Isonrgequations, Isocomboequations, Isosimiequations,

Enhamusequations, Enhainsiequations, Enhatritoequations, Enhanrgequations, Enhacomboequations, Enhasimiequations,

Musinsiequations, Mustritoequations, Musnrgequations, Muscomboequations, Mussimiequations,

Insitritoequations, Insinrgequations, Insicomboequations, Insisimiequations,

Tritonrgequations, Tritocomboequations, Tritosimiequations,

Nrgcomboequations, Nrgsimiequations, Combosimiequations,

Itosynchronization equations, Itofuturality equations, Itohistorality equations, Itotimultiplicity equations, Itocelerity equations, Itoquondamality equations, Itoprospectality equations, Itosimultaneousness equations, Itoretrogression equations, Itotemporality equations, Itorepetition equations Itoreversion equations, Itoprogression equations, Itosucession equations,

Fazequations physiequations, physaequations, awarequations, mentaequations, ixpequations, epiequations,

Fazmapping, itomapping, itofazmapping, itomapping equations, fazmapping equations, itofazmapping equations,

faztransformation, itotransformation, itofaztransformation, itotransformation equations, faztransformation equations, itofaztransformation equations

Fazsynchronization equations, Fazfuturality equations, Fazhistorality equations, Faztimultiplicity equations, Fazcelerity equations, Fazquondamality equations, Fazprospectality equations, Fazsimultaneousness equations, Fazretrogression equations, Faztemporality equations, Fazrepetition equations Fazreversion equations, Fazprogression equations, Fazsucession equations,

Itoinception equations, Itoexordium equations, Itocreation equations, Itomodality equations, Itoautochthonality equations, Itocausality equations, Itoerudition equations,

Itocontinuance equations, Itoextension equations, Itocontinuity equations, Itodiscontinuity equations, Itoidentity equations, Itosimidentity equations, Itosimicontinuance equations, Itosimiextension equations, Itosimicontinuity equations, Itosimidiscontinuity equations,

Itoconvergence equations, Itodivergence equations, Itomultivergence equations, Itosimiconvergence equations, Itosimidivergence equations, Itomultisimivergence equations, itocrossdivergence equations, itocrossconvergence equations, itosimimultivergence equations, itocrossmultivergence equations, itosimicrossmultivergence equations,

Fazconvergence equations, Fazdivergence equations, Fazmultivergence equations, Fazsimiconvergence equations, Fazsimidivergence equations, Fazmultisimivergence equations, Fazcrossdivergence equations, Fazcrossconvergence equations, Fazsimimultivergence equations, Fazcrossmultivergence equations, Fazsimicrossmultivergence equations,

Behavior equations, Consciousness equations, Ixperiencitness equations, Mentality equations,