Identireplicas

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What is an Identireplica?

In the science of psychexistology we create and analyze a number of rational experiments, and develop a system of scientific and mathematical knowledge based on these experiments. We are going to use in these rational experiments, objects, and concepts, that have very specific and sometimes complex properties. So these concepts, objects and their properties will be simple, concise and not confused with other terms, concepts, or ideas, they will be named, defined and used throughout the book when needed.

The first of these terms is the identireplica. It is a term that is made by combining the words identical and replica. What his term denotes is an exactly identical replica of some object. In most cases, in this science, it will be an identical replica of a conscious being like a person but the concept can be applied to any object. What is meant by an exactly identical replica is an object that has all the same physical properties like structure, composition, orientation of atoms, appearance, etc. as the object that it is identically replicating i.e., the original. Usually when we make or find a replica of some object there is an original that the replica is a copy of. The identireplica will have all the same physical properties that the original has. No matter how carefully we look at the identireplica and the original they will be exactly alike. There will be no scientifically discernible difference between the original and the identireplica except the identireplica is made of different matter/ energy and is in a different place (and or time). The identireplica represents a point in time for the original because everything eventually changes including the original. The identireplica represents one identical point; physipoint, in the history or life of the original.

The identireplica can be represented with indices so we can be more precise about its meaning. There are four major indices for an identireplica. They are (O,M,S,T). The letters O,M,S,T represent variables that stand for: O; the original for the template for the structure of the original, M; the matter and energy used, S; the space that it exists in, T; the time that it exists in . A well-defined identireplica will define its original, the matter and energy used , the space, and the time that it exists in.

A specific example of an identireplica of an object would be; O (the original) is the picture the mono Lisa, M defines the material that it is made of, in particular if any of the matter is from the original, S defines where the identireplica is located in relation to the original, and T defines at what time the identireplica exists in relation to the original. A very limited definition can be mono Lisa, .05% of the matter of the original, long. 85.32 lat. 33.23 earth, 02:49 p.m. Tuesday September 19, 2021. This gives the name of the original, the percent of the matter in the identireplica that was in the original, the place and time that the identireplica comes into existence. The indices can represent any amount of knowledge that is necessary for defining or denoting the identireplica. An example of this elaboration process for the indicie M would be specifying where every atom is in relation to every other atom, what types of molecules that they form, and their structure and function in the system.

There are many concepts that we can apply to the identireplica. If an identireplica continues to have the exact same structure of the original and functioning identically to that of the original it is called a cidentireplica.

If the structure and functioning of the identireplica diverges from that of the original it is called a videntireplica.

If identical consciousness or ixperiencitnessis maintained in relationship to that of the original, when there is a change in the structure and or functioning of the by way of electronic replacement of the biological nervous system it is called an isoidentireplica.

If identical consciousness or ixperiencitness is maintained in relationship to that of the original, when there is a change in the structure and or functioning of the by way of fragmentation of the biological nervous system it is called an fidentireplica. The concept of fragmentation can also be appled to non biological conscious producing systems like isoidentireplicas as well.

If identical consciousness or ixperiencitness is maintained in relationship to that of the original, when there is a change in the structure and or functioning of the by way of enhancement of the biological nervous system it is called an enhaidentireplica. The concept of enhancement can also applied to non biological conscious producing systems like isoidentireplicas, and fragmented systems like fidentireplicas, as well.

There are other types of structural modifications as well as seen in insidentireplicas, simidentireplicas, and musidentireplicas.

See also: Other types of identireplicas are cidentireplicas, videntireplicas, fidentireplicas, isoidentireplicas, bioidentireplicas, enhaidentireplicas, insidentireplicas, musidentireplicas, tridentireplicas, nrgidentireplicas, comboidentireplicas, and simidentireplicas, Template: Types of originals, Template: Types of idoriginals, Template: Types of coriginals, Template: Types of cidentireplicas, Template: Types of videntireplicas, Template: Types of fidentireplicas, Template: Types of isoidentireplicas, Template: Types of bioidentireplicas, Template: Types of enhaidentireplicas, Template: Types of insidentireplicas, Template: Types of tidentireplicas, Template: Types of musidentireplicas, Template: Types of nrgidentireplicas, Template: Types of comboidentireplicas, Template: Types of simidentireplicas, Template: Types of itoidentireplicas,