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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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Equations of Citotime

Up to now we dealt with synchronized equations because in all the previous equations the theocept for time has been identical. Equations dealing with citotime will not usually be itosynchronous.

Oritiminterchangeability

What this equation states in symbolic form is that even through an original existing at a latter time will produce the same behavior it will not be produced at the same time thus the behaviors will not be synchronized.

What this equation states in symbolic form is that even through an original existing at a latter time will produce the same consciousness it will not be produced at the same time thus the consciousnesses will not be synchronized.


What this equation states in symbolic form is that even through an original existing at a latter time will produce the same ixperiencitness it will not be produced at the same time thus the ixperiencitness will not be synchronized.


If the original existed in a different time Ti instead of Tj they would have the same mentality if all the others factors stayed the same.


In this equation, you will be mentally equal to any original in the future that has the structure, functioning etc. identical to you presently.


When one original exists in a different time Tn instead of Tm they will not be synchronized.



Orifuturistic equations

Orifuturistic equations are equations that represent these ideas about orifuturality is symbolic mathematical form.

Orifuturality is the concept that if the original has the structure and functioning that it has now at any time in the future it will produce the same consciousness and ixperiencitness that it does now. And the concept that if the original has approximately the structure and functioning that it has now at any time in the future it will produce approximately the same consciousness and ixperiencitness that it does now.


The symbols means that the ixperiencitness is equal to an ixperiencitness in the future, but the consciousness is not in time synchronization.


futureality The terms “i ” and “j” are variables for time as in dates or periods of time.

Where i < j or i is an earlier date than j.


The mentality of the original will be the same as the mentality of its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in the future of the original.

Oricitofuturistic equations

Oricitofuturistic equations are equations that represent these ideas about oricitofuturality is symbolic mathematical form.


Oricitofuturality is the concept that your current consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist at any time in the future produced a cidentireplica by duplicating the current original's structure and functioning. And the concept that your approximate current consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist at any time in the future produced by a cidentireplica by duplicating approximately the current original's structure and functioning.


where i is the present time and j is at a future time.

Citofuturistic equations

Citofuturistic equations are equations that represent these ideas about citofuturality is symbolic mathematical form.


Citofuturality is the concept that your current consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist at any time in the future produced a cidentireplica by duplicating the current original's structure and functioning. And the concept that your approximate current consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist at any time in the future produced by a cidentireplica by duplicating approximately the current original's structure and functioning.

Orihistoric equations

Citofuturality is the concept that your current consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist at any time in the past produced a cidentireplica by duplicating the current original's structure and functioning. And the concept that your approximate current consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist at any time in the past produced by a cidentireplica by duplicating approximately the current original's structure and functioning.

Oricitohistoric equations

The symbol represents the itohistorality concept.

Oricitohistorical equations are equations that relate the structure, functioning, behavior, consciousness, and ixperiencitness of that of originals that exist now to that of cidentireplicas that have existed in the past.


Oricitohistorality is the concept that your current consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist at any time in the past produced a cidentireplica by duplicating the current original's (your) structure and functioning. And the concept that your approximate current consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist at any time in the past produced by a cidentireplica by duplicating approximately the current original's structure and functioning.


Oricitohistorality

where i is the present time and j is at a previous time.


Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #1

This equation represents the concept that the same object with a different name (Ori rather than Cito) will have the same mentality. They are the same object because they are in the same place and time, made of the same matter have the same structure and functioning. They are also templated from the same object (O), and exist in a place with the same physical laws (U). Even though the itohistorical symbol is used in this equation, since there is no difference in the time of existence there is no actual historical relationship between the original and the cidentireplica.


Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #2

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in a previous time period from that of the original and the variable terms (O,U,E,D,S,F) are identical.


Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #3

If the cidentireplica is far enough into the past it could be made of the same matter as the original because the cidentireplica after death will no longer need its matter to produce consciousness.

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in a previous time period from that of the original, and in a different place, and the variable terms (O,U,E,S,F) are identical.


Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #4

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in a previous time period from that of the original, and constructed of different matter, and the variable terms (O,U,D,S,F) are identical.


Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #5

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica, when the cidentireplica is made of different matter (different materially), in a different space (different spacially), and is in a previous time period from that of the original, and the variable terms (O,U,S,F) are identical.


Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #6

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica, when the cidentireplica is made of different matter (different materially), in a different space (different spacially), and is in a previous time period from that of the original, are templated from two different itobodies (a,b) and the variable terms (U,S,F) are identical.


Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #7

The any original will be the mentality identical to any cidentireplica, when the cidentireplica is made of different matter (different materially), in a different space (different spacially), and is in a previous time period from that of the original, are templated from two different itobodies (a,b), and the variable terms (U,S,F) are identical. This equation contains the sumary of the previous 6 Oricitohistorical equation for mentality.


Since mentality is the combination of consciousness and ixperiencitness we have:

Oricitohistoric equation for consciousness #7

The any original will be the consciously identical to any cidentireplica, when the cidentireplica is made of different matter (different materially), in a different space (different spacially), is in a previous time period from that of the original, are templated from two different itobodies (a,b), and the variable terms (U,S,F) are identical. This equation contains the sumary of the previous 6 Oricitohistorical equation for consciousness.


Oricitohistoric equation for ixperiencitness #7

The any original will the same ixperiencitness to any cidentireplica, when the cidentireplica is made of different matter (different materially), in a different space (different spacially), is in a previous time period from that of the original, are templated from two different itobodies (a,b), and the variable terms (U,S,F) are identical. This equation contains the sumary of the previous 6 Oricitohistorical equation for ixperiencitness.


Oricitohistoric equation for behavior #7

The any original will be the behaviorally identical to any cidentireplica, when the cidentireplica is made of different matter (different materially), in a different space (different spacially), is in a previous time period from that of the original, are templated from two different itobodies (a,b), and the variable terms (U,S,F) are identical. This equation contains the sumary of the previous 6 Oricitohistorical equation for behavior.



Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #2

The original will be mentally equal to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in a previous time period from that of the original and the variable terms (O,U,E,D,S,F) are identical.

Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #7

The original will be mentally equal to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in a previous time period from that of the original and the variable terms (U,S,F) are identical.


Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #2

The mentality of the original will be mentally equal to the mentality of its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in a previous time period from that of the original and the variable terms (O,U,E,D,S,F) are identical.


Oricitohistoric equation for mentality #7

The mentality of the original will be mentally equal to the mentality of its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in a previous time period from that of the original and the variable terms (U,S,F) are identical.

Citohistoric equations

is the symbol that represents a orifuturistic original.

represents a orihistoric original.

is the symbol that represents a oriquondamic original.

represents a oriprospective original.


is the symbol that represents a citofuturistic cidentireplica

represents a citohistoric cidentireplica.

is the symbol that represents a citoquondamic cidentireplica

represents a citoprospective cidentireplica.


Giving a cidentireplicas or originals these designations implies a relationship to a current cidentireplica or original but it can be an actual or potential present original or cidentireplica. if we include potential with actual original and cidentireplicas then every other actual original or cidentireplica that has ever existed can be considered as at least being one of the designations. If we eliminate potential original and cidentireplicas and only include actual presently existing originals and cidentireplicas not every original or cidentireplicas will be in one or more of these grouping designations.

Oriquondamic equations

Oricitoquandamic equations

where i is any time in the past and j is the time now.

This means that a past original's consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist in the present produced by a cidentireplica. Since they exist at different times they can be made of the same matter and in the same place.



where i is any time in the past and j is the time now.


where i is any time in the past and j is the time now.

where i is any time in the past and j is the time now.


Citoriquandamality

where i < j

This means that a past cidentireplica's consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist in the present produced by an [[original]. Since they exist at different times they can be made of the same matter and in the same place.

Citoquondamic equations

The symbol represents the quondamality or itoquondamality concept,

\supset \supseteq


Citoquondamality is the name for the concept that a past version of you can exist at the present time.

Citoquondamic equation #1


Citoquondamic equation #2


Citoquondamic equation #3


Citoquondamic equation #4


Citoquondamic equation #5


If two different cidentireplicas, exist at two different times, one in the past and one in the present, and the one in the present has the same structure and functioning as the one in the past then it is a case of citoquondamality.


Oricitoquondamic equations


Oricitoquondamic equation #1

The term represents the present time. The symbol term means a time before the present. means a time after the present. The translation of this equation is the original made of matter “En” in space “Dx” in a time before the present with its structure and functioning before the present as it was at , will be mentally identical to a cidentireplica with a different materiality “Em” in space “ Dy”, at the present with the functioning and structure in the past of the original.


Oricitoquondamic equation #2


Oricitoquondamic equation #3


Oricitoquondamic equation #4


Citoriquondamic equations


Citoriquondamic equation # 1


Citoriquondamic equation # 2


Citoriquondamic equation # 3

Citoriquondamic equation # 4


We can also write this equation as a simplifyed form as;

The translation of this equation is the mentality of the original made of matter “E_n” in space “D_x” in a time before the present “F-” with its structure and functioning before the present “F-” ,will be identical to the mentality of a cidentireplica with materiality “E_m” in space “ D_y”, at the present with the functioning and structure in the past of the original.


Oriprospective equations

Oricitoprospective equations

Oricitoprospectality

where i < j

This means that the future original's consciousness and ixperiencitness can exist at the present time produced by a cidentireplica producing the structure and functioning at that future time. Since they exist at different times they can be made of the same matter and in the same place.


where i < j


where i < j


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where i < j


where i < j




The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in the future of the original.


where i < j

If the cidentireplica is far enough into the future it could occupy the same space as the original did because the original after death will no longer need to be in a certain space to produce consciousness.


where i < j

If the cidentireplica is far enough into the future it could be made of the same matter as the original because the original after death will no longer need the matter to produce consciousness.


where i < j

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is made of different matter, in a different space, and exists in the future of the original.


where i < j

The cidentireplica will be the mentality identical to its original when the original is made of different matter, in a different space, and exists in the future of the cidentireplica.


Where i < j or i is an earlier date than j.

The mentality of the original will be the same as the mentality of its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in the future of the original.


where i < j

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is in the future of the original.


where i < j

If the cidentireplica is far enough into the future it could occupy the same space as the original did because the original after death will no longer need to be in a certain space to produce consciousness.


where i < j

If the cidentireplica is far enough into the future it could be made of the same matter as the original because the original after death will no longer need the matter to produce consciousness.


where i < j

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is made of different matter, in a different space, and in the future of the original.

Citoprospective equations

prospectality

not synchronized in time

1.4MEDT_p \;\blacktriangleleft \;



This equation represents the idea that the original and cidentireplica mentally equal but the


The symbol F represents the present. F+ means a time after the present. The symbol µ means a time after F+ i.e., F+ < µ. The translation of this equation is the original, made of matter n, in space x, in a time, structure, and functioning after the present, will be mentally identical to a cidentireplica made of matter m, in space y, at the present with the functioning and structure of the original in the future.

The Equation means that you, in the future, will be mentally equal to a cidentireplica today that has the functioning and structure of the you in the future.