Physipath is the name for all the physical properties of an object and how these properties change and function over time. The physipath is more than an object it is a functioning object through time. The word physipath is made by the combination of two words: “physical” meaning that it deals with all the physical aspects of an object; and “path” meaning that there are many different ways -- “paths” the objects can change in respect to the place it occupies, the matter it is made of, its structure, and how it changes and functions. The more change that occurs in an object over time the more complex the physipath is. Thus a rock that is solid and does not change much over time has a simpler physipath than a human that has many complex chemical processes going on within it. A human body that is frozen at absolute zero will have a physipath that is simpler that one that is functioning normally at room temperature. This is because a body frozen at absolute zero will have very little change going on within it, if not changed by external sources.
A list of the physical properties that the physipath deals with are the space and time that the object exists in. How it is oriented in space. The structure of the object which includes the physical make up of the object -- the placement and orientation of all the individual parts of matter and energy of the object with all the QM aspects of the object. The functioning of the object; how it, and all parts of it, changes at every instance in time.
The physipath of an object is more than the object it represents. A rock would have a physipath. So would a photon, atom, molecule, plant, animal, human, alien being, planet, star, universe or a multiverse. In this book the concept of a physipath will apply most often to humans. The more complex an object is the more complex it’s physipath is. The physipath of an object is not just the object at this instance but at every instance in its past and every instance in its future. When the concept of a physipath is applied to a person it can be from the time he is conceived to when he dies. A physipath can be defined for any length of time for an object or person. It does not have to be for the entire life of a person it can be for a shorter or longer time period. A physisection is a linear part of a physipath.
The term physipath represents the complete scientific properties of the object in a name. It is so complete that the slightest change in position, time, orientation, make up, functioning, structure means that it is a different physipath.
Two identical physipaths will be identical in every aspect at every point in time. They will be exactly the same object. A physipath of an object is the combination of all the possible physipaths that it contains. So the physipath of a molecule is going to include the physipaths of the atoms that it contains and the placement orientation of the molecule. And how all physical aspects of it change and interrelate over time.
The physipath can be represented in many mathematical and pictorial ways. Such as a one dimensional line on a two dimensional surface -- a line on a piece of paper where one coordinate represents the passing of time and the other represents change of the physipath itself. Or as a multidimensional object in a multidimensional space where the dimensions represent different aspects of the physipath. Still another way is as a itomapping of subphysipaths or simiphysipaths.
Physipath is made up of the internapath and the influence of the externapath and qmpath. The internapath is how the itobody or itobrain functions without any external influences in a newtonian physics fashion. Given all the initial physical conditions the internapath will always function the same way over time. However, either for lack of knowing or using all of the initial conditions, or because of the truly random nature of matter predicted by quantum mechanics, each internapath will diverge over time with out any external influences. This change of the internapath over time is called the Qmpath. It is extremely unlikely that any two identical internapaths will every have the same qmpath effecting it.
The sensepath can be divided down into the tastepath, sightpath, hearingpath, smellpath, and feelingpath and any other senses that might applied to a particular itobody For instance, bats have echo location or dolphins have a sonar sensing ability. We can also imagine all types of different senses for sensing the different electromagnetic spectrum like infrared or ultraviolet light.
Fazspace is a grouping concept made up of two parts. "Faz" pronounced like the word "phase". And the word "space" which represents a measurement of consciousness and ixperiencitness and what produces them. Faz is the grouping prefix for the concepts and corresponding prefixes of physi, physa, aware, menta, ixpe, and epi. The first two prefixes deal with the production of consciousness. The second two prefixes deal with the actual consciousness produced. The fifth prefix represents the ixperiencitness concept. The sixth prefix deals with knowledge about the ixperiencitness and or consciousness and how they are produced. Remember there is no knowledge without some type of consciousness that understands, processes, and uses it.
Fazspace is a grouping name for the flowing terms:
Physipath usually corresponds to a complete life time of a conscious being like a human.
Physivenue is a concept based grouping of physipaths.
Physapath usually corresponds to a complete life time of a conscious being like a human.
Physacontinuum is a total grouping of physaspaces
Awarepath usually corresponds to a complete conscious life time of a being like a human.
Mentapath usually corresponds to a complete life time of a conscious being like a human.