CALCULUS & LOVE/HATE RELATIONSHIPS

CALCULUS & LOVE/HATE RELATIONSHIPS

     C17 and C18 Europeans’ Instrumentalism Thinkers resorted to Calculus in order to fashion mechanical patterns to serve as analogies for their anthropomorphism concepts of how God’s creations and creatures are made. As background, the word “Calculate” (meaning “pebble”) is the ultimate source of the word “Calculus”–an aspect of mathematics dealing with changing quantities and with motion. Its associated word “Aha” comes from the name of the second African pharaoh of the first dynasty and was applied to Calculus–and, by extension, to solutions of problems in Calculus. As preparation to understand Calculus–the highest branch of mathematics–one needs to be familiar with Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry. Whereas in Algebra, the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division–raising to powers and extractions of roots–are the only ones generally used, Calculus stresses the basic idea of the taking of a “limit”–a use of Calculus historically very significant for developing science theories. It was applied by Ancient Africans to measure the area of figures (e.g. fields) whose boundaries were built up of straight lines.  Examples of quantities in the process of change are the height growth of a child; the distance of a train from the last station passed; the speed of a ball as it passes through the air, the population of a country. Each has varying quantities. Not surprisingly, Europeans falsely claimed Calculus was formulated by Newton (C17) and Leibniz. From there Calculus was misused by European Instrumentalists to the extent of creating life-changing faulty thinking patterns to the detriment of the world. For example, they say Cosmic things are mechanical artifacts (a made thing by assemblage). In turn, this enables them to break down the Cosmos into bits and pieces for analysis. Since human minds are unable to grasp the wiggly fundamentals of Nature’s things, Instrumentalists handle this problem  by looking at the world through a fishnet. Hence, one can say Mars is 7 fishnet holes from the Moon and that gives geometric units of calculus for use in breaking up the world’s matter or structure (patterns) into bits and pieces so they can control it. What allows for the capacity to divide things is visual/mental scanning, as a spotlight does by providing concentrated light in restricted areas.
The scanned areas of interest are retained and registered in some pattern to form a Thing (a unit of Thought) while those not having outstanding features are ignored and not considered a Thing. Where boundaries are partly curvilinear it has to be reduced to a polygon–i.e. a great many very short straight lines (each a grasp of Thought) meeting in a succession of points situated on the curve. Then, by means of Calculus, the area of this polygonal figure is estimated by ordinary geometrical methods–the result of which is characterized by abstract Symbols applying to a false reality. From these estimates, they describe the world in a way it can be controlled. Yet, the inability to measure + the use of estimates make for a false assessment of reality. Such Instrumentalists’ faulty  Patterned Thinking is exemplified by them assuming a Nature code–a preordained pattern of God one must use to discover the Cosmic Laws. A Law, they said, is a pre-existing pattern which things follow and a Standard must be regular like a clock. From knowing this pattern one could understand the mysteries of Nature and divide it into bits of information, measurable by calculus. An example, they wrongly said, is a rock falls because it obeys the law of gravity which precedes it. But since this is not necessarily so, the rest of what follows–“if one eliminated all the other explanations about the rock and about gravity, one would be led to the truth”–is also not true. By realizing the necessity for knowing Cosmic Organism basics (e.g. Nature’s rhythms pulsate) one is not deceived by their analogy to a clock. These false concepts isolate Instrumentalism Thinkers from the Spiritual Elements of those very things and thus lead to varied misconceptions–e.g. any human unlike them must be subhuman; or humans are separate individualists in the world–hence the cause for the expression: “every man for himself.” Furthermore, since what they can see is assumed to be all there is, they believe mechanical patterns can be turned “inside-out” or upside down or reversed. These are transferrable false concepts into love/hate–as in turning love into hate; or hate into love; or in love/hate being in the same object; or in love inspiring hate (as with jealousy). jabaileymd.com
                                                          
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