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Awaretheory arguments superlist is the accumulating total list of arguments for the predictions and principles etc. in awaretheory. There arguments include rational experiments, moral arguments for awaretheory, construction of experiments arguments etc. When all is said and done there is overwhelming proof for awaretheory compared to any other competing scientific (or unscientific) theories about consciousness and ixperiencitness and how they are produced.

Amazing revolutionary ideas (such as awaretheory) need overwhelming support (scientific evidence) when the alternative is so entrenched in our emotional belief system. Most people can not understand or can not accept multiplicity of the ixperiencitness. The advantages for conscious beings is overwhelming. The multiplicity of the ixperiencitness follows directly from two scientific principles. First, the correct set of functioning's of the brain or equivalent produces consciousness and ixperiencitness. And second, duplicating this functioning within certain limits and transformations produces the same consciousness and ixperiencitness.

Itofazmultiextension proofs
Itoexistence proofs
Oriexistence proofs, Idoexistence proofs, Coriexistence proofs, Citoexistence proofs, Vitoexistence proofs, Fitoexistence proofs, Isoexistence proofs, Bioexistence proofs, Enhaexistence proofs, Musexistence proofs, Insiexistence proofs, Tritoexistence proofs, Nrgexistence proofs, Comboexistence proofs, Simiexistence proofs,
Itoconstruction proofs is a grouping name for
Oriconstruction proofs, Idoconstruction proofs, Coriconstruction proofs, Citoconstruction proofs, Vitoconstruction proofs, Fitoconstruction proofs, Isoconstruction proofs, Bioconstruction proofs, Enhaconstruction proofs, Musconstruction proofs, Insiconstruction proofs, Tritoconstruction proofs, Nrgconstruction proofs, Comboconstruction proofs, Simiconstruction proofs,

Glossary of arguments and proofs

Scientific Proofs for Immortality

Awaretheory experiments superlist is a list of category named experiments that usually helps support the awaretheory arguments

Experimental evidence, Rational evidence, Rational experimental evidence

Insipath existence postulates and proofs

Random Arguments for Awaretheory's Predictions, Principles, Existence of Concepts, Application of Concepts, Etc.

The body does not experience the consciousness, the consciousness experiences the body argument


Fazarguments
Itoarguments part 1, Itoarguments part 2, Itoarguments part 3, Itoarguments part 4, Itoarguments part 5, Itoarguments part 6, Itoarguments part 7, Itoarguments part 8, Itoarguments part 9, Itoarguments part 10, Itoarguments part 11, Itoarguments part 12, Itoarguments part 13, Itoarguments part 14, Itoarguments part 15, Itoexistence arguments, Fazexistence arguments,

Itoevidence, Itoarguments, and Itoproofs:

Cidentireplica identity of consciousness argument: These are detailed arguments that shows that a cidentireplica will have the same consciousness as an original.

False memory argument: With the right S&F: any memory can be produced about any experience.

Specific brain/ specific mind argument for singularity: Superimmortality predicts that this argument is not correct because the brain is not identical to its structure and functioning. The structure and functioning of matter is what produces consciousness. There is no self or you without consciousness.

Personal identity versus conscious identity argument: is about the confusion between the two and how personal identity theories do not solve the problem of understanding issues of survival, life after death, and immortality.

Split body/brain arguments: These arguments deal with the problems that singularity has with rational experiments about body division and recombination.

Speed of assimilation of matter arguments: These arguments deal with how fast matter can be replaced in a human or other awarepaducer and still produce the same consciousness and ixperiencitness.

Replacement of matter experiments: These experiments are about the replacing of matter in an original and determining under what conditions the original continues to have the same ixperiencitness. Instantaneous replacement of all matter is the replacement of the original with a cidentireplica.

Assimilation of matter experiments: These are experiments or rational experiments showing that to produce the same ixperiencitness there are no limiting matter assimilation speed limits as has been proposed by some thinkers in order to limit the self to a singular body. This means that in a physical body that is producing consciousness if all the matter is replaced as fast as instantaneously and the structure and functioning of the body stays the same the consciousness and ixperiencitness will stay the same as well

Nonexistent theory of consciousness existence arguments: This argument is that there is no real ixperiencitness. If there is it only last for a very short period of time. This leads to many problems that awaretheory does not have.

Universality theory of conscious existence arguments: This argument is that there is just one ixperiencitness shared by everyone. This leads to many problems that awaretheory does not have.

Perspective on a consciousness argument: see in Idoriginal argument for multiplicity

Three closeness arguments:

Argument against immortality
concerns the caresphere
Multiplicity produces a scientific theory argument
This argument shows that itofazmultiplicity is the result of the most scientific system dealing with consciousness and ixperiencitness.
Rational experiments arguments
These are types of arguments based on rational experiments.
Simplicity argument for awaretheory
Awaretheory is a simply based but very extensive theory about consciousness It basic ideas are simpler that other theories about consciousness but it produces than the other theories about conscious existence.
Simplicity argument for multiplicity
Multiplicity makes a simply based but very extensive theory than the other theories about conscious existence.
Explanatory argument for awaretheory
Awaretheory explains more than the other theories do.
Explanatory argument for multiplicity
Multiplicity explains more than the other theories do.
Predictive argument for awaretheory
Awaretheory: is more predictive than the other theories.
Predictive argument for multiplicity
Multiplicity is more predictive than the other theories.
Technology argument for awaretheory
Awaretheory: is the most technological useful of the theories. It tells us what is necessary scientifically to create life after death or immortality
Technology argument for multiplicity
Multiplicity is the most technological useful of the theories. It tells you what is necessary to make a specific consciousness and ixperiencit.
Complexity argument for awaretheory Awaretheory
is the most scientifically complex theory ever developed to understand consciousness, ixperiencitness, life after death, and immortality. Awaretheory is like chemistry in that it starts with a few simple ideas and ends with an endless amount of combinations of chemical compounds that can do an endless array of different things.
Arguments for and against singularity
This arguments deals why people believe in singularity and why these beliefs are misguided
First experiment argument
is a rational argument dealing with experimental evidence. It applies to proving that cidentireplicas and original have both the same consciousness and ixperiencit.
Assimilation of matter arguments
deals with the confusion about the need for assimilation of matter in producing the same ixperiencitness.
Ixperiencit simplicity mapping argument
shows one argument why multiplicity based on S&F is a simpler theory than singular or non existent theories of conscious existence .
Ixperiencit coherence mapping argument
shows one argument why multiplicity based on S&F is more coherent than other consciousness theories
Beautiful theory argument
Multiplicity make a beautiful scientific theory. What is a beautiful scientific theory? You could say it has emotional charm when you think about it (it can give you a warm fuzzy feeling so to speak). But objectively, a beautiful scientific theory explains many aspects of reality in new and frequently unexpected ways, is coherent with science as a whole, is technologically useful, can be understood, can be expanded into many new areas, does not use or require supernatural concept or objects, it is supported by experiments and rational experiments, it answers many questions but also for the curious it creates many more,

On the emotional level a beautiful scientific theory seem to make the world a better and more understandable place for conscious beings.

Coherence argument for multiplicity
Multiplicity is the most coherent theory with the rest of science and coherent within its own structure.
Counting argument for multiplicity
Zuboff uses a counting argument for universality it also works for multiplicity.
Environmental argument for multiplicity
shows why multiplicity is best theory for the environment.
Moral argument for multiplicity
Multiplicity solves many moral problems.

Courage and cowardice argument

Most optimistic theory argument
Multiplicity's existence creates a very optimistic personal and world view.
Alien argument for multiplicity
Sufficiently advanced alien societies will understand these ideas about multiplicity and use them. This can reduce or eliminate many interplanetary conflicts.
Superpath argument for multiplicity
there are several arguments dealing with superpaths. First there is the existence arguments which are arguments and proofs that enhanced physipaths and enhanced awarepaths can exist. Second are the arguments that tie together superpaths with the original by showing that some superpaths can have the same ixperiencitness as the original. Third, showing that superpaths have the same properties such as multiplicity as the lower level originals do.
Supersociety argument for multiplicity
There are many benefits for the existence of a supersociety that contains superphysipaths. We do not have to be afraid of these super people because they will be versions of us and know that we are also versions of them if multiplicity is true. There are so many more superpath versions of each of us than there are normal versions that super societies are needed to allow superpath versions of us to exist.
Arguments against universality
This argument gives reasons why the universality theory of conscious existence is likely not correct.
Idoriginal argument for multiplicity
This argument is for the simplest, easiest to prove but maybe not to achieve form of multiplicity is that of idoriginal creation and existence
Awarepaducer argument for multiplicity
Awarepaducers allows for and can produce much greater diversity of consciousness existence and experiences.
Diversity argument for multiplicity
Multiplicity does not need limited diversity of conscious existence.
Animal argument for multiplicity
The concept of multiplicity of consciousness applies to animals as well as to humans. Whatever consciousness an animal produces can be duplicated in another body of the same type of animal with the same or close enough approximate structure and functioning in its nervous system. The less complex a nervous system is the more likely the universe can reproduce or approximate it naturally / randomly. What appears to be random cruelty in nature is not nearly as bad when the death of an animal is not the permanent death of the animals consciousness because it can be repeated with variations in many other animals of the same species. It is also possible to produce an animals consciousness in an awarepaducer/ physapaducer.
Religious argument for multiplicity
Religions want to limit the range of conscious experience to only their religious beliefs. A total religious world can be created in an awarepaducer where no other versions of our consciousnesses have to suffer because of the religious dogmas, but all the religious versions of ourselves of a certain type can coexist.
Isoidentireplica existence arguments
These are reasons why isoidentireplicas probably exist or can exist.
Isoidentireplica use arguments
are arguments that show that isoidentireplicas have use for producing consciousnesses either in producing the same consciousness as in bioidentireplicas (as in humans) or that they can produce other consciousnesses that can not be produced by bioidentireplicas but have the desired ixperiencitness. It is also likely that isoidentireplicas will have many other uses such as being able to exist in outer space without all of the care that is need for bioidentireplicas or for the relative ease of modifying the physipath thus ease of modifying the awarepath that is produced.
Fidentireplica existence arguments
These are reasons why fidentireplicas probably exist or can exist.
Fidentireplica use arguments
There are a number of different kinds of fidentireplicas some seem more likely to produce consciousness than others. The simplest fidentireplicas are where the consciousness producing part of the body is separated from the rest of the body. There would be many uses for this. In fact, when it comes to computers there is already separation in the functioning parts.

The videntireplica memory argument: Videntireplicas can have true memories of the original's life that the original has forgotten about or has remembered incorrectly. The videntireplica could even have many more correct memories of the original life than the original does. Since different videntireplicas have different correct memories of the original's life, their sum total of memories is closer to that of previous awaremoments of the original than the original is.

Cidentireplica memory argument
The cidentireplica will have the exact same memories as the original. This is experimental proof tying the consciousness of the original to that of the cidentireplica.
Singularity bias argument
gives specific written examples of bias thinking against multiplicity.
Insignificant argument

Itofazmultiplicity arguments

Moral arguments for superimmortality

First Rational Experiment Argument for Identity and Multiplicity of Conscious Existence
First Experiment Argument Science is based on the belief that experiments can give us information. It can be argued that every experiment gives us information. Being able to duplicate the experiments helps confirm the information gathered on the first experiment. The scientific belief is that if you actually duplicate the experiment you will get the same results. If you do not get the same results then something was different in the experiment. When a person exist through time he is an experiment as to what consciousness and ixperiencitness is produced under those conditions.


Arguments and proofs list limited list
Existence arguments/ potential existence arguments/ actual existence arguments, for consciousnesses and ixperiencitness, for all the different types of itoidentireplicas types of existence arguments, concept existence arguments,
Identity arguments / identity arguments for consciousness / identity arguments for ixperiencitness for each of the itoprinciples
Partial identity arguments for consciousness / Partial identity arguments for ixperiencitness
Arguments for itomultiplicity / Arguments for the identity theory / Arguments for the itocontinuum theory
Moral arguments for itomultiplicity / Moral arguments for the identity theory / Moral arguments for the itocontinuum theory

Simplicity arguments / Coherence arguments Arguments against singular hypothesis

Arguments for S&F Arguments for each type of itoimmortality, Arguments for each type of fazimmortality, Arguments for each type of itofazimmortality
Similarity of structure and functioning argument, Similarity of structure and functioning experiments
Conscious multiplicity,
Consequences of conscious multiplicity,
Multiplicity
Multiplicity of conscious existence,
Conscious Multiplicity and the movies,
First Rational Argument for conscious identity and multiplicity,
First Rational Experiment Argument for Identity and Multiplicity of Conscious Existence,
Perceived versus actual affects of multiplicity,
Idoriginal argument for multiplicity,
Perspective argument for multiplicity,
Supersociety argument for multiplicity,
Case of multiplicity,
Multiplicity of consciousness existence, Multiplicity of conscious existence,
Implications of conscious multiplicity,
Scientific multiplicity, Theory of conscious multiplicity, Argument for multiplicity of the ixperiencitness concept, Path multiplicity, Path multiplicity arguments, Supernatural multiplicity, Multiplicity postulate for ixperiencitness,
SFMC,
Your many different lives, Your many different lives argument,
Selfish moral imperative, Selfish moral imperative argument,
Ixperiencit simplicity mapping argument, Ixperiencit coherence mapping argument,

Time travel argument, multiple time travel argument, Time travel experiments

Reconstruction argument are based on reconstruction experiments. If you start with any body

Cidentireplica behavior proof is that a cidentireplica will behave just like an original so any questions about the consciousness experienced by the cidentireplica will be exactly like the answers given by the original. The question is will the consciousness change even if the structure and functioning stays the same if this is so then there must be some factor that effect the consciousness other than just the structure and functioning of matter. The only way that an external observer will understand the consciousness produced by the original or cidentireplica is by the behavior.

Videntireplica behavior proof One version of the videntireplica behavior proof is based on letting the cidentireplica's structure and functioning diverge from the original's structure and functioning and then see what the behavior is of the videntireplica. The videntireplica's structure and functioning can be allowed diverge in many different ways from that of the original's structure and functioning. Another version of the videntireplica behavior proof is based on letting the videntireplica's structure and functioning converge from the original's structure and functioning and then see what the behavior is of each resulting cidentireplica is. Videntireplicas can also diverge and converge or partially diverge and converge over and over again to the structure and functioning of that of original.

Multiple videntireplica experimental proof, Multiple cidentireplica experimental proof,

Types of supporting evidence,

Simplicity proofs,

Coherence proofs, Coherence with science proofs

Same person experiments, Same person arguments

Arguments for life after death, Arguments for immortality

Ixperiencitness experiments, Ixperiencitness arguments

Anesthesia argument, Anesthesia extension argument

Arguments for itomultiplicity

If nature produced you once why can't it do it again?

If nature produced a consciousness that you experience one extended period of time why can't it do it again in the future?

If nature produced a consciousness that you experience one extended period of time, why can't it produce more than one at the same time?

Itoexperiments and itoevidence are used in Itoarguments. Itoproofs are more mathematical or rigorous itoarguments.

Itoarguments are a grouping name for : Oriarguments, Idoarguments, Coriarguments, Citoarguments, Vitoarguments, Fitoarguments, Enharguments, Isoarguments, Musarguments, Insiarguments, Tritoarguments, Comboarguments, and Simiarguments .

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,

Itoproofs, Oriproofs, Idoproofs, Coriproofs, Citoproofs, Vitoproofs, Fitoproofs, Enhaproofs, Isoproofs, Musproofs, Insiproofs, Tritoproofs, Nrgproofs, Comboproofs, Simiproofs,


Itofazcreation arguments, Itofazcreation experiments

Itoconcepts arguments

Space related Itoconcepts arguments

Itorientation arguments: These are arguments that deal with how the orientation in space of a body (itoidentireplica) effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness that it produces.

Itolocationality arguments: These are arguments that deal with how the location in space of a body (itoidentireplica) effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness that it produces.

Itomultiplicity arguments: These are arguments that deal with how having numerous bodies (itoidentireplica) with the same structure and functioning effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness that they produce.

Itomultireplication arguments: These are arguments that deal with how making copies of copies of bodies (itoidentireplica) effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness that they produce.

Matter related Itoconcepts arguments

Itointerchangeability arguments: These are arguments that deal with how the interchanging of matter in a body (itoidentireplica) effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness that it produces.

Itoreplaceability arguments: These are arguments that deal with how the replacing of matter in a body (itoidentireplica) effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness that it produces.

Itoassimilation arguments: These are arguments that deal with how the assimilation of matter in a body (itoidentireplica) effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness that it produces.

Itomateriality arguments: These are arguments that deal with how the changing or modification of matter in a body (itoidentireplica) effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness that it produces.

Time related Itoconcepts arguments

Itofazsynchronization arguments, Itosynchronization arguments, Fazsynchronization arguments,

Itofazfuturality arguments, Itofuturality arguments, Fazfuturality arguments,

Itofazhistorality arguments, Itohistorality arguments, Fazhistorality arguments,

Itofaztimultiplicity arguments, Itotimultiplicity arguments, Faztimultiplicity arguments,

Itofazcelerity arguments, Itocelerity arguments, Fazcelerity arguments,

Itofazquondamality arguments, Itoquondamality arguments, Fazquondamality arguments,

Itofazprospectality arguments, Itoprospectality arguments, Fazprospectality arguments,

Itofazsimultaneousness arguments, Itosimultaneousness arguments, Fazsimultaneousness arguments,

Itofazretrogression arguments, Itoretrogression arguments, Fazretrogression arguments,

Itofaztemporality arguments, Itotemporality arguments, Faztemporality arguments,

Itofazrepetition arguments, Itorepetition arguments, Fazrepetition arguments,

Itofazreversion arguments, Itoreversion arguments, Fazreversion arguments,

Itofazprogression arguments, Itoprogression arguments, Fazprogression arguments,

Itofazsucession arguments, Itosucession arguments, Fazsucession arguments,

Itofazregresion arguments, Itoregresion arguments, Fazregresion arguments,

Itofazdigression arguments, Itodigression arguments, Fazdigression arguments,

Epitoconcepts arguments

Itoinception arguments-- How when in time the itobody began effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness produced by the itobody

Itoexordium arguments -- How when or where along the awarepath/ physipath it is considered or produced effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness

Itocreation -- How who or what created or made the itobody effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness produced by the itobody.

Itomodality arguments -- How the itobody was created effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness produced by the itobody.

Itoautochthonality arguments -- How where the itobody comes from effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness produced by the itobody.

Itocausality arguments -- How why the itobody was made effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness produced by the itobody.

Itoerudition arguments -- How knowledge about or the knowledge used in the itobody's production effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness produced by the itobody

Itovergence concepts arguments

Itofazdivergence arguments, Itodivergence arguments, fazdivergence arguments,

Itofazconvergence arguments, Itoconvergence arguments, fazconvergence arguments,

Itofazmultivergence arguments, Itomultivergence arguments, fazmultivergence arguments,

Itofazsimiconvergence arguments, Itosimiconvergence arguments, fazsimiconvergence arguments,

Itofazsimidivergence arguments, Itosimidivergence arguments, fazsimidivergence arguments,

Itofazmultisimivergence arguments, Itomultisimivergence arguments, fazmultisimivergence arguments,

itofazcrossdivergence arguments, itocrossdivergence arguments, fazcrossdivergence arguments,

itofazcrossconvergence arguments, itocrossconvergence arguments, fazcrossconvergence arguments,

itofazsimimultivergence arguments, itosimimultivergence arguments, fazsimimultivergence arguments,

itofazcrossmultivergence arguments, itocrossmultivergence arguments, fazcrossmultivergence arguments,

itofazsimicrossmultivergence arguments, itosimicrossmultivergence arguments, fazsimicrossmultivergence arguments,

Survival and Life after death itoconcepts arguments

Itofazcontinuance arguments, Itocontinuance arguments, Fazcontinuance arguments,

Itofazextension arguments, Itoextension arguments, Fazextension arguments,

Itofazcontinuity arguments, Itocontinuity arguments, Fazcontinuity arguments,

Itofazdiscontinuity arguments, Itodiscontinuity arguments, Fazdiscontinuity arguments,

Itofazidentity arguments, Itoidentity arguments, Fazidentity arguments,

Itofazsimidentity arguments, Itosimidentity arguments, Fazsimidentity arguments,

Itofazsimicontinuance arguments, Itosimicontinuance arguments, Fazsimicontinuance arguments,

Itofazsimiextension arguments, Itosimiextension arguments, Fazsimiextension arguments,

Itofazsimicontinuity arguments, Itosimicontinuity arguments, Fazsimicontinuity arguments,

Itofazsimidiscontinuity arguments, Itosimidiscontinuity arguments, Fazsimidiscontinuity arguments,

Itofazperipatetion arguments, Itoperipatetion arguments, Fazperipatetion arguments,

Itofazmanifold arguments, Itomanifold arguments, Fazmanifold arguments,

Itofazmatrix arguments, Itomatrix arguments, Fazmatrix arguments,

Itofaztranformation arguments, Faztranformation arguments, Itotranformation arguments,

Itofazenhancement arguments, Fazenhancement arguments, Itoenhancement arguments,

Itofazconenhancement arguments, Fazconenhancement arguments, Itoconenhancement arguments,

Itofazixpenhancement arguments, Fazixpenhancement arguments, Itoixpenhancement arguments,

Itofazfusion arguments, Itofusion arguments, Fazfusion arguments,

Itofazdiffusion arguments, Itodiffusion arguments, Fazdiffusion arguments,

Itofazfission arguments, Itofission arguments, Fazfission arguments,

Itofazinclusion arguments, Itoinclusion arguments, Fazinclusion arguments,

Complexenumeration concepts arguments

Complex itoenumeration arguments, Complex itoenumeration arguments, Complex itoenumeration arguments,

Itomultiplex enumeration arguments,

Itofragmentation arguments,

Itoepifragmentation arguments,

Itoranfragmentation arguments,

Itomultisharing arguments,

Itomultiplex arguments,

Itosupermultiplex arguments,

Itounification arguments,

Itosuperunification arguments

Emotional Applitocepts arguments

Itoconcern arguments

Itoaffection arguments

Itopreferenceality arguments

Itointeraction arguments

Itoptimism arguments

Itopessimism arguments

Moral Applitocepts arguments

Itosupervision arguments

Itocontrol arguments

Itoregulation arguments

Itomanagement arguments

Itoindeterminality arguments

Itoinfluence arguments

Itomanipulation arguments

Social Applitocepts arguments

Itoethics arguments

Itomorality arguments

Itoculturalrelativism arguments

Itosocioenhancement arguments

Itogoals arguments

itopolitics arguments

Itoreligion arguments

Itoreligions arguments

Itocontrol arguments

Itomanipulation arguments

Itoimmortality arguments does not mean much to society if people do not understand these ideas and how to best apply them.

Itounderstanding arguments deals with: if does society as a whole have the ability to understand the different itoconcepts and how they apply to all aspects of their lives?

Itolaws

Epistemological Applitocepts arguments

Itoepistemology arguments

Itoreality arguments

Itoillogical arguments

Itomagical arguments

Itoutopical arguments

Itoscience arguments

Itoconmathematics arguments

Itophilosophy arguments

Itoconepistemology arguments

Itoknowledge arguments

Itoselfawareness arguments

Itomathematics arguments

Transuniversal itoconcepts arguments

Transuniversal Itomultireplication arguments

Transuniversal itomapping arguments

Transuniversal transformation arguments

Transuniversal itomanifold arguments

Itotransmultiplex arguments

Other itoconcepts arguments

Itomultiprepotential arguments

Itomultipostpotential arguments

Itoconcinnity arguments

Itointernality arguments

Itoperspicuity arguments

Itosuperposition arguments

Itostability arguments


Itofazconcepts arguments

Space related Itofazconcepts arguments

Itofazorientation arguments

Itofazlocationality arguments

Itofazmultiplicity arguments

Itofazmultireplication arguments


Matter related Itofazconcepts arguments

Itofazinterchangeability arguments Any amount of matter can be interchanged within the body and what matters as far as consciousness and ixperiencitness is concerned is the resulting structure and functioning over time.

Itofazreplaceability arguments

Itofazassimilation arguments Concept of assimilation of matter: It does not matter how fast new matter is assimilated in a body what matters is the resulting structure and functioning that is created over time

Itofazmateriality arguments

Time related Itoconcepts arguments

Itofazsynchronization arguments: These are the arguments for the prediction that two or more different itofazpaths of the same type can be made to be in time synchronization.

Itofazfuturality arguments: These are the arguments for the prediction that Itofuturazation: experiencing the present in the future

Itofazhistorality arguments: Itohistorazation: experiencing the present in the past

Itofaztimultiplicity arguments

Itofazcelerity arguments: The arguments that Consciousnesses and ixperiencitnesses can be produced at different speeds.

Itofazquondamality arguments Experiencing past awaresections currently by producing past created physasections now.

Itofazprospectality arguments Itoprospectazation: Experiencing some future now

Itofazsimultaneousness arguments

Itofazretrogression arguments

Itofaztemporality arguments The combination of time related principles

Itofazrepetition arguments: If a physasection or physamoment is repeated then the same awaresection or awaremoment will be duplicated that was produced in the original.

Itofazreversion arguments

Itofazprogression arguments

Itofazsucession arguments

Epitofazconcepts arguments

Itofazinception arguments-- when in time it began

Itofazexordium arguments-- when or where along the awarepath/ physipath

Itofazcreation-- who or what created it

Itofazmodality arguments -- how it was created

Itofazautochthonality arguments -- where it comes from

Itofazcausality arguments-- why it was made

Itofazerudition arguments -- knowledge about

Itofazvergence concepts arguments

Itofazdivergence arguments: These are arguments showing that itofazpaths can diverge (become less alike).

Itofazconvergence arguments: These are arguments showing that itofazpaths can converge (become more alike).

Itofazmultivergence arguments: These are arguments showing that itofazpaths can both converge (become more alike) and diverge (become less alike) over and over again over time.

Itofazsimiconvergence arguments: These are arguments showing that itofazpaths can converge (become more alike) in certain aspects and not others.

Itofazsimidivergence arguments: These are arguments showing that itofazpaths can diverge (become less alike) in certain aspects and not others.

Itofazmultisimivergence arguments: These are arguments showing that itofazpaths can both partially converge (become more alike) and partially diverge (become less alike) at the same time with different aspects.

itofazcrossdivergence arguments

itofazcrossconvergence arguments

itofazsimimultivergence arguments: These are arguments showing that itofazpaths can both partially converge (become more alike) and partially diverge (become less alike) at the same time with different aspects over and over again.

itofazcrossmultivergence arguments

itofazsimicrossmultivergence arguments.

Survival and Life after death itofazconcepts arguments

Itofazcontinuance arguments, Itocontinuance arguments, Fazcontinuance arguments,

Itofazextension arguments, Itoextension arguments, Fazextension arguments,

Itofazcontinuity arguments, Itocontinuity arguments, Fazcontinuity arguments,

Itofazdiscontinuity arguments, Itodiscontinuity arguments, Fazdiscontinuity arguments,

Itofazidentity arguments, Itoidentity arguments, Fazidentity arguments,

Itofazsimidentity arguments, Itosimidentity arguments, Fazsimidentity arguments,

Itofazsimicontinuance arguments, Itosimicontinuance arguments, Fazsimicontinuance arguments,

Itofazsimiextension arguments, Itosimiextension arguments, Fazsimiextension arguments,

Itofazsimicontinuity arguments, Itosimicontinuity arguments, Fazsimicontinuity arguments,

Itofazperipatetion arguments

Itofazmanifold arguments

Itofazmatrix arguments

Itofaztranformation arguments

Itofazenhancement arguments

Itofazconenhancement arguments

Itofazfusion arguments

Itofazdiffusion arguments

Itofazfission arguments

Itofazinclusion arguments

Complex itofazenumeration concepts arguments

Complex itofazenumeration arguments

Itofazmultiplex enumeration arguments

Itofazfragmentation arguments

Itoepifragmentation arguments

Itofazranfragmentation arguments

Itofazmultisharing arguments

Itofazmultiplex arguments

Itofazsupermultiplex arguments

Itofazunification arguments

Itofazsuperunification arguments

Emotional Applitocepts arguments

Itofazconcern arguments

Itofazaffection arguments

Itofazpreferenceality arguments

Itofazinteraction arguments

Itofazoptimism arguments

Itofazpessimism arguments

Moral Applitocepts arguments

Itofazsupervision arguments

Itofazcontrol arguments

Itofazregulation arguments

Itofazmanagement arguments

Itofazindeterminality arguments

Itofazinfluence arguments

Itofazmanipulation arguments

Social Applitocepts arguments

Itofazethics arguments

Itofazmorality arguments

Itofazculturalrelativism arguments

Itofazsocioenhancement arguments

Itogoals arguments

itofazpolitics arguments

Itofazreligion arguments

Itofazreligions arguments

Itofazcontrol arguments

Itofazmanipulation arguments

Itofazimmortality arguments does not mean much to society if people do not understand these ideas and how to best apply them.

Itofazunderstanding arguments deals with: if does society as a whole have the ability to understand the different itoconcepts and how they apply to all aspects of their lives?

Itofazlaws

Epistemological Applitocepts arguments

Itofazepistemology arguments

Itoreality arguments

Itofazillogical arguments

Itofazmagical arguments

Itofazutopical arguments

Itofazscience arguments

Itoconmathematics arguments

Itofazphilosophy arguments

Itofazconepistemology arguments

Itofazknowledge arguments

Itofazselfawareness arguments

Itofazmathematics arguments

Transuniversal itofazconcepts arguments

Transuniversal Itofazmultireplication arguments

Transuniversal itofazmapping arguments

Transuniversal itofaztransformation arguments

Transuniversal itofazmanifold arguments

Itofaztransmultiplex arguments

Other itoconcepts arguments

Itofazmultiprepotential arguments

Itofazmultipostpotential arguments

Itofazconcinnity arguments

Itofazinternality arguments

Itofazperspicuity arguments

Itofazsuperposition arguments

Itofazstability arguments


Itofazspace proofs

Itofazspace extension proofs

Oriawarepath extension proofs: Are strong supporting evidence and rationalizations that oriawarepath extensions potentially can exist and possibly can be made or made again.

Oriphysipath extension proofs: Are strong supporting evidence and rationalizations that oriphysipath extensions potentially can exist and possibly can be made or made again.

Oriphysapath extension proofs: Are strong supporting evidence and rationalizations that oriphysapath extensions potentially can exist and possibly can be made or made again.

Orineuropath extension proofs: Are strong supporting evidence and rationalizations that orineuropath extensions potentially can exist and possibly can be made or made again.

Orimentapath extension proofs: Are strong supporting evidence and rationalizations that orimentapath extensions potentially can exist and possibly can be made or made again.

Orixpepath extension proofs: Are strong supporting evidence and rationalizations that orixpepath extensions potentially can exist and possibly can be made or made again. Since the ixpepath does not have to have a continously the same ixperiencitness any ixperiencitness of any ixpepath can be an extension to any other ixpepath. But restrictions can apply, for instance, the extending ixpepath can be required to have the same ixperiencitness as the original at the time of death of the original.

Oriepipath extension proofs: Are strong supporting evidence and rationalizations that oriepipath extensions potentially can exist and possibly can be made. These are arguments about the possible existence of knowledge.

See Also

Awaretheory experiments superlist, Awaretheory arguments superlist, Awaretheory superlist