Intervallic Metaphysics the
Chapter 1: Introduction to Intervallic Metaphysics
Nature consists of definable phenomena. These phenomena range from simple phenomena such as light, space, force, quantitative value, matter, energy exchange, gravity, as well as complicated phenomena like DNA, vertebrates, sentience, and society.
Researchers measure the intensity of phenomena using incrementation. They catalog the variances of phenomena, their spectrums differences, interactions, and tendencies of nature result in pertinent attributes, relationships, and patterns of phenomena that researchers can utilize, especially regarding difference in species and genetics.
Researchers access the code of the Universe, when they precisely represent reality with names, definitions, and description via language.
Researchers, including philosophers, experiment, discover and explain phenomena to evaluate and teach people about nature. Philosophers typically focus on phenomena that correlate to the human experience.
Words, definitions, and descriptions in language directly correlate to symbols, equations, and arithmetic in mathematics.
The relationship between phenomena and nature as well as the relationships between phenomena and each other, and phenomena to their own increments, interactions, and tendencies directly correlate to the mathematical concepts of ratios and intervals.
Researchers synchronize the information accepted by humanity to precise representations of reality by evaluating, computing, and measuring the differences and similarities of phenomena with one another.
Metaphysics, a lens of philosophy, refers to the correlating non-human phenomena, as well as their attributes, relationships, and patterns, to human phenomena.
The following logic substantiates this premise as well as the utility of a metaphysical lens of philosophy:
The simplest of phenomena of nature, (absence, proportions, light, space, force, energy, matter, combustion, and gravity), comprise physics. Physics results in chemistry. Both physics and chemistry result in biology. Biology results in animal behavior and animal behavior results in sociology and civics.
Researchers must continue to synchronize common knowledge, accepted fact, and vocabulary with the reality of nature.
Experimentally focused researchers must continue to further accepted fact by adhering to a certainty in the definability of phenomena.
Logic focused researchers must continue to discuss the contingency of attributes, relationships, and patterns of.
Society must continue to educate people on technical knowledge of nature, how to compartmentalize information, as well as how to assimilate, weigh, and prioritize pertinent through critical analysis.
People must learn how to critically analyze facts, logic, and ethics to develop strategies, views, and values that pertain to the reality of nature, the boundaries of civilization, and the nuances of their individuality.
The formal education systems must educate on the patterns of nature, spirituality, and personal development, preferably in one
Society must continue to reserve drastic evolvements that compromise the core mechanics of society, including but to provide the best quality of life to as many people as possible, to further human understanding of nature, and to assist people in attaining the best, most precise version of themselves as possible.
Chapter 2: The Spirituality, Art, and History of Intervallic Metaphysics
Humanity has utilized intervallic metaphysics for as long as it has assigned language and vocabulary, in the form of words, definitions, and descriptions to the spectrum of nature.
Researchers utilize logic and experimentation to standardize and synchronize vocabulary, accepted fact, and common knowledge to the reality of nature.
Philosophers and their discussions about phenomena exemplify the utility of intervallic metaphysics by honing in on profound explanations of nature and using precise vocabulary to educate and inspire people of all walks of life around the world.
Theology and philosophy share similar methods and purposes.
Dividing nature into intervals has captivated humanity for a long time!
People throughout history have used pantheons and spectrums of characters to craft entertaining, poignant, and informative stories.
Ancient people often created pantheons of Gods, deities, and legendary creatures, correlating these non-organismal entities and characters to intervals of various spectrums like personality and the grand spectrum of phenomena.
Attributing specific phenomena, tendencies, and identities to a spectrum of characters synchronizes various spectrums together in a unique way.
Ancient African, Asian, and Mediterranean mythologies separated nature into pantheons of deities both similar and unique ways.
The intervallic aspect of Hinduism elaborates on a spectrum of deities that have interactions, attributes, control, as well as represent various phenomena of nature. These countless intervals appeal to the vast array individuals that exist.
The depiction of the Surya Majapahit emblem to the left, illustrates the balance of the major and lesser deities.
The major deities, and the lesser deities, called Devas, maintain many responsibilities in nature. Some of these responsibilities involve various perspectives on the human development process, including enlightenment, transcendence.
The red jewels on the brim of the Surya Majapahit represent Devas, the colored section contain the names of major deities.
However, reducing Hinduism to this depiction of the Surya Majapahit, and the intervallic metaphysical lens of nature it provides people does not do the entirety of the Hindu faith justice.
Hindu literature, and most importantly, personal experiences from Hindus best represent and express the spectrum of Hindu strategies, views, and values regarding personal development and spirituality.
People throughout history looked to the stars and associated deities to the heavens above. They utilized visible stellar bodies in the sky to navigate, as well as synchronizing their observations of these stellar bodies with how they tracked time of year.
In modern times people use the concept of a zodiac to correlate human attributes, and patterns to the time and date of a person’s birth. In ancient times functioned as a calendar and means of remembering the stars in the sky, often for navigation purposes.
Some spiritualities throughout history associated the intervallic metaphysics of zodiacs within their lore to attempt to educate people on the prevalence of this math of dividing nature into intervals in nature, including the nature of humanity.
Geometric shapes known as “Sacred Geometry” not only represent the physical form of various phenomena, but some of these shapes also express the intervallic logic of dividing spectrums into intervals.
The more complex of these shapes, such as the Genesis Pattern, pertain to biological phenomena while the simpler shapes, notably the Platonic Solids, pertain to phenomena throughout the spectrum of nature.
Spheres, the most essential geometric shape, represent the physical form of many of the most essential phenomena, such as light and matter.
Polyhedrons differ from spheres as they consist of vertices, facets, and edges. Spheres, orbs, and tubes have one surface. Cones and cylinders have edges, vertices, and a rounded facet.
A polyhedron consists of as many intervals as it has facets. The Platonic Solids and many other polyhedrons represent spheres with intervals.
Each facet of the polyhedron functions as the sole face of a pyramidal shaped interval of the polyhedron. Thus, the number of facets a polyhedron possesses equals how many intervals the polyhedron divides into.
Equilateral polyhedrons, like the Platonic solids, have equidistant pyramidal shaped intervals.
A polyhedron with lower numbers of intervals simulates the simple tendencies and attributes. A polyhedron with a high number of faces simulates the attributes and tendencies of that shape with more complexity and detail.
The numbers of intervals that the Platonic Solids, as well as other polyhedrons that sufficiently represent orbs with intervals, function as relevant, efficient, and practical numbers to divide spectrums into.
Not only do polyhedrons represent the physical shapes of many phenomena but separating circular and spherical phenomena into intervals allows researchers insight to the mechanics of phenomena and spectrums.
Researchers measure frequency in increments called “Hertz” (Hz) which represent the comparison of cycles per second. A cycle refers to a full wave oscillation. A full wave oscillation consists of two semi-circular movements, a crest and a trough. Researchers separate this cycle comprised of two semi-circular movements into the same increments they do a full circle, 360 degrees.
Since sound waves and light travel in circle-related manners, dividing their spectrums of variance demonstrated by the facets of the Platonic Solids produces practical results as seen with dividing the spectrum of color into 12 equal colors as well as dividing the spectrum of sound measured in frequency into 12 equal notes.
Soundwaves exhibit circular characteristics with their oscillations and the spectrum of soundwaves measured in Hz showcases circular characteristics by recurring characteristics, as with notes in the Western 12-Note Scale.
Frequencies ratios represent the measurement of the relationships and interactions of frequencies of sound to one another. These relationships and interactions occur according to a spectrum of consonance and dissonance.
Traversing the spectrum of sound measured in Hz according to octaves and further traversing those octaves according to scales like the pentatonic, diatonic, and Western 12-Note Scale directly correlates to dividing the base-n number systems which researchers use to traverse the spectrum of natural numbers.
By creating languages, people attempt to synchronize the spectrums of characters, phonetics, and nature together.
Efficient languages assign vocabulary in the form of names, definitions, and descriptions, to the spectrum of nature.
In many people, grammar, linguistics, and phonetics elicit emotional responses from the speaker, listener, and reader.
Over the course of history, people have both consciously and subconsciously honed in their various languages to use words that elicit emotional responses which correlate to the phenomena and characteristics such that they represent.
For example: In Mandarin Chinese 水, (pronounced “shuĭ”), and 火, (pronounced “huŏ”), mean water and fire respectively. To some people these words might possess attributes that phonetically elicit notions of that phenomenon.
To achieve such a synchronization of language to emotional response, people intuitively utilized the spectrum of phonetics, which details the possible sounds that the human speaking apparatus can produce, as well as the spectrum of psychoacoustics and possibly even the spectrum of cymatics.
“Psychoacoustics” refers to the eliciting of emotional responses with sounds, their frequencies, and subsequent frequency ratios, the compounding of multiple frequencies together also brain to respond according to a spectrum of emotional response.
For example: Unique characteristics of a voice can elicit emotional responses ingrained in a person’s brain through life experience. For example: The voice of a loved one.
The frequency range (Hz) of a baby’s cry elicits an emotional response in many people as per a mechanism of the brain programmed to do so.
On the other hand, people often find voices low in pitch soothing, relaxing, and mature.
The spectrum of frequency ratios correlates to this spectrum of emotional response as well. Each frequency ratio elicits emotions, also correlating to the spectrum of nature and attributes of phenomena.
The rate of sounds also elicits emotional responses from the rain. All frequencies operate on the brains cognitive ability to recognize the rate of cycles per second, but a sound might occur at an intermittent rate, producing psychoacoustic phenomena as well.
The numbers that comprise a frequency or rate directly correlate to information the brain can respond emotionally to.
Many people consider time an arbitrary creation of humanity. However, phenomena intrinsically construct, deconstruct, and perpetuate according to a variance of rate.
Any sequences of events that could have resulted in the expansion of the Universe from a singularity into its current expanded state could have imparted a spectrum of rate that affects the rate of all of existence, a birth rate of the expanded Universe.
If the Universe and its contents began to recede back into a singularity, the rate of this compaction would most likely increase exponentially the closer the Universe gets to achieving singularity again.
Researchers derived the relatively arbitrary unit of time for measuring rate, a second, by making Cesium atoms absorb photons which displaces them as they fall.
Deriving the value of the second from this compound procedure correlates the standardized unit for the second to mix of phenomena.
Albert Einstein, a well-known and beloved physicist, shared many of his philosophical and spiritual postulations, making him a throwback to many scientific researchers throughout history did the same.
Einstein described a phenomenon he called “relativity” as the changing in a phenomenon’s variables, such as location, size, and mass differently because of an increase in speed.
Relatively delineates from the concept of proportions, the measures the relative differences of any variable between any phenomena.
Einstein also theorized that matter displaced the fabric of space to cause gravity. His theory of gravity substantiates the notion of a physical medium of space.
Exploding stars, known as “supernovas,” cause a brief void in the fabric of space, called “black holes.” Similarly, to an explosion in water, the space immediately rushes to fill the t void causing the blackhole. This logic also substantiates the existence of space as a physical medium.
A vibrating object within a liquid agitates the fluid around it drawing particles closer to it. This also describes how matter acts on the fluidity of space to result in gravity.
Large specimens of matter, like the Earth, resonantly vibrate and kinetically agitate the physical space around them, producing gravity by adducting the space towards the large mass of the specimen.
Researchers calls light devoid objects in space that obscure their line of sight, “dark matter.” These objects most likely have greater gravity proportionate to their size due to high density or other variables causing more gravitational agitation. The large field of adducted space around them would displace light passing through such tremendously, as light does even when passing through the gravitational reach of Earth.
Space facilitates light quite well unless adducted by gravity, kinetic waves not so much.
Einstein theorized gravitational waves to exist, but kinetic waves do not travel through the semi-vacuum of space efficiently. The oscillating of the fabric of space, similarly to seismic oscillations of matter, does explain how a wave like that could travel through the cosmos.
Magnetism possibly functions as a minor component of gravity and thus gravitational waves. Positive and negative particles of matter interact with each other magnetically, but the difference in size between the positive and negatively charged particles may greatly affect these interactions similarly to gravity.
Some people believe the Earth’s alignment with the rest of the solar system to impact the frequencies of sound which people tend towards in their music.
The Earth and other structures within the solar system resonantly vibrate at a frequency. These frequencies interact with each other, possibly even via the displacement of the fabric of space as with gravitational waves.
The many natural currents and facets of the Earth, as with the tectonic plates feasibly have their own resonances, producing a regional skewing of the tonal climate.
The geology, geography, climatology, and ecology of a region feasibly has a drastic impact on regional resonances that feasible affects the life experiences, tastes, and cultures of people.
Researchers measure both pressure and light oscillations in Hz.
The perception of color results from visible light, which ranges from around 400Hz to 700Hz.
Dividing the spectrum of color into 12 equal intervals results in red, orange, yellow, pea, green, mint, cyan, teal, blue, purple, magenta, and fuchsia which possess practicality similarly to the 12-note scale.
Organizing the 12 practical intervals of color in a circular dial above demonstrates the recurring and thus circle-relevant attribute of the spectrum.
When connected with lines within this dial diagram, the additive colors, red, green, and blue yield an equilateral triangle.
Connecting the primary colors with lines produces a right triangle.
The colors of fragmentation, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet, represent another set of that occur when light passes through transparent materials.
The colors of the rainbow compare to the harmonic series, a naturally occurring set of intervals of soundwaves.
Some people see colors that correlate to sounds they hear, particularly when playing an instrument and listening to music. Researchers call this synesthesia.
The numbers that comprise the value of a frequency determine the color elicited from the brain. The sounds psychoacoustical activate emotional responses in the brain which in some people intuitively calculates other characteristics that the numbers and frequencies correlate to such as colors as well as phenomena of the spectrum of nature.
The electromagnetic components of the speaker might also emit information that can elicit colors from the dream-related mechanisms of the brain.
Sympathetic vibration of both light & sound waves within the medium of space might also play a role in synesthesia possible phenomena, and these concepts bring life to the idea of ambient sentience through an enhanced exciting of the unison vibrations.
The brain can interpret the location of objects and boundaries in an area based on reflections of sound. Low-frequency sounds permeate through matter more readily and omnidirectionally than high-frequency sounds, which bounce around erratically.
Low and high-frequency sounds impart different information into listeners because of this.
Some people’s brains produce mental images of what the room and object approximately look like based on this echo location.
Bats have hearing apparatuses and brains focused on this concept.
The eye uses cone and rod cells to distinguish interpret color, light level, and depth.
The brain also contains some of these cells, particularly in the Pineal Gland, explaining how some people see colors that correlate to sounds they hear, particularly when playing an instrument and listening to music.
Even though these cells don’t completely look like cones and rods, a component of each of the types of cell do resemble those shapes.
Speakers and microphones, typically shaped like cones and rods, share a similar construction with one another.
The electromagnet diaphragm plates of many microphones write information into a current of electricity for other equipment to decipher. The ear drum operates similarly to this as well, sending signals to the brain.
Speakers convert that information-laced electrical current into sound.
Microphones and speakers function similarly, to the extent that audio can play back through microphones, and speakers can easily as well as effectively write audio information into electrical current like a microphone. Speakers precisely reproduce the sound that microphones capture because of this.
Walkie talkies utilize a microphonic speaker to capture, transmit, and playback audio information via the radio wave range of the light spectrum.
Fiber optic cables utilize the electrical functionality of light to transmit information.
Audio recording tape stores information-containing electricity within its coating of iron oxide, also known commonly as rust.
Organisms utilize electricity in many of their mechanisms. This biological electricity travels through channels of consisting of ions, most notably sodium and potassium ion channels.
Electricity often results from the flow of electrons, but electricity can also consist of light as well as the flow of various atoms and molecules.
Light, an electrical and magnetic phenomenon, does not act upon other phenomena kinetically. However, light does act upon other phenomena energetically.
Matter consists of molecules, atoms, protons, neutrons, electrons, and quarks.
Since light, matter, and electricity can all carry and transmit information, many non-organismal phenomena can feasibly simulate thoughts, emotional responses, and behavior.
Chapter 3: Summarizing the Past, Present, and Future of Humanity
The first microbial organisms that developed into all organismal life on Earth technically spawned from non-organismal phenomena.
The accepted hypothesis of how non-organismal matter developed into microbes infers that the first microbes of Earth did not arrive on or within a meteoroid preformed like some researchers inferred, but instead fluctuations of Earth’s volcanic oceans long ago gradually developed chemical compounds into microbial organisms.
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) eventually developed once organismal phenomena began proliferating in Earth’s volcanic oceans.
DNA possesses the capability of managing information, but differently from how light, electricity, and matter carry information. Organisms utilize both methods, (DNA & Data carried by electricity) to manage information.
DNA functions by serving as a physical writing out of information using a language consisting of compounds called nucleotides
The DNA of all organisms as well as viruses which the scientific community concluded do not meet the criteria of the term “organism” or “living thing,” can adapt their environment via DNA. DNA thus exhibits an awareness of the life experiences of organisms separate from the awareness that the organism utilizes via senses.
Many organisms possess senses such as touch, smell, taste, sight, and hearing. Organisms often recognize and react to their environment instinctually, (because of traits in their DNA).
Organisms reproduce by spawning similar offspring to the parent(s). After many generations of reproduction, a species delineates into various new species.
The life experiences of a person directly affect the DNA they pass onto their offspring.
These ancestral experiences result in the most pertinent traits that influence the psyche of a person.
The body and personality types of both a person as well as their ancestors result in the next most pertinent traits regarding the psyche of a person.
Nutrition, environment, and the psyche also affect a person’s biological hormonal balance, which effects of the specimen thinks, emotionally, responds, and behaves.
Since, all organisms share common ancestors back to some point, eating other organisms has an affect on our DNA. Since DNA can respond essential reading the exposures, experiences, and internalizations of the organism it comprises.
Through the specimen, DNA develops its strategies, views, and values of for navigating life not only for the specimen it comprises but for generations that follow that specimen. The DNA familiarizes itself with the exposures that specimen interacts with including its food and the foods DNA.
A person’s biological hormonal balance correlates to their body type and affects the person’s thoughts, emotional responses, and actions.
The experiences and traits of specimen’s ancestors contribute the most to the traits of an organism and even this can vary quite a bit from offspring to offspring born from the same parents.
Physical traits such as skin & hair pigment, as well as the shapes of features such as ears, noses, eyes, etc. can indicate various traits, but a persons’ ancestral traits supersede whatever dispositions these types of physical traits correlate to.
However, physical traits such as height, and density also indicate various traits a person could possess by representing where along the spectrum of hormonal balance the specimen exists.
These physical traits of height and density correlate more intensely to where on the spectrum of hormonal balance a person exists than the physical traits of pigment, and shape of features, but still these physical traits of height and density do not correlate intensely to a precise representation of a specimen’s nuances.
When an organism senses stimuli they emotionally respond and largely in accordance with traits, (DNA), that they possess regarding temperament. These exposures to other phenomena impact the DNA of organisms, activating the trait and adjusting for future reference based on the thoughts, emotional responses, and actions of the organism.
The life experiences of a parent directly impact the traits of that parents’ offspring, but the state of the mind and body at the time of child bearing and rearing also deeply impacts the offspring too.
Many factors affect the thoughts, emotional responses, and actions of organisms. It varies depending on the individual specimen, the specimens around that specimen, the time, the place, and the unique circumstances.
As the traits of humanity enhance through the process of evolution, many features that people exhibit will stand out. The exaggeration of traits can occur when a specimen experiences phenomena that stimulate regions of the brain depending of what kind of stimuli caused what kind of response.
However, the petitification of species has also gone on for a long time. It does not affect all species or all specimens of a species, but organisms have exhibited a mass shrinking over time.
As organisms evolve and traits are honed, organisms developed more and more exaggerated features. Some of these features serve different purposes, however, people do tend to consider exaggerated features beneficial traits and the exaggeration of feature delights many people viscerally because of this when they see caricatures of themselves or other people that they know.
While some people get more petite, others develop more exaggerated features, and others natural seek some sort of theoretical ultimate middle ground.
This dichotomy of simultaneously evolving petiteness and fertility of the human species correlates to the dichotomy that the politics of nations have demonstrated for over 2000 years, conservatism vs. liberalism.
These two concepts represent strategies, views, and values commonly toted by people in tribalistic fashion, but they precisely describe how some people believe that humanity should stick to conventionalism, thus the patterns installed into humanity by it’s purist nature, the Purists, so to speak, while other people believe in the evolution of the species as well as awareness of the nitty gritty that substantiates a life of transcendence, or shedding ties with the problematic behaviors leftover from beast mind desires for irrational territorialism, shortsighted and unintelligent belligerence, as well as overcompensation.
Problematic behavior occurs on a person-by-person basis and has nothing to do with a person’s genetics, only about the will strength, exhibited character, and soul that the person has either allowed themselves to become or willed themselves to end up like.
People tend to respond in a problematic way when confronted with unfamiliar and overwhelming stimuli. Nearly all people exhibit destructive and problematic behavior to some extent.
Beneficial human behavior stems from irrational, insecure, and self-centered animal thoughts, emotional responses, and actions.
Beneficial animal behavior stems from compassion, awareness, and accountability.
Beneficial behavior consists of tending to the quality of life, education, and harmony of others.
Humanity must continue to improve how young people learn about how to compartmentalize information regarding themselves and apply that to improving how they think, emotionally respond, and act.
The brunt of primary school education consists of technical studies do a good job of producing well-rounded people. The addition one class throughout primary school education would facilitate this education that young people moving forward need.
People exhibit many problematic behaviors in adulthood in social, work, and personal environments that educating them as students about Human Development would fix.
Philosophers use correlations and patterns to help people understand existence, and Metaphysics allows people to break down phenomena into comprising parts of prevailing, essential patterns.
Working together to ensure one another’s quality of life, education, and evolution must occur on a person-by-person basis. People must hold fast to one another and themselves accountable, take initiative, as well as holdfast to logical and most importantly verifiable fact.
Absence, light, space, force, information, matter, energy, and gravity comprise the list of the simplest phenomena of the spectrum of nature. They interact with each other to produce more complex phenomena.
Of special importance to humanity, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), vertebrates, sentience, technology, and society account for pertinent intervals on the complex end of the spectrum
Does the spectrum of nature have finite beginnings and ends? If not, the Law of Diminishing Returns describes the extents which researchers can thoroughly study the details of simple phenomena and the combinations of complex phenomena.
Organizing the spectrum of nature according to simplicity and complexity synchronizes the catalog of all phenomena to the proportions, comparisons, and order of operations of how phenomena construct and deconstruct.
The spectrums of natural numbers and sound directly correlate and parallel each other. The attributes and characteristics of these spectrums directly correlate to the attributes and characteristics of the entire spectrum of nature as well as all spectrums.
Humanity, feasibly one of the most complex phenomenon of nature, must ensure the best possible quality of life, education, personal growth for as many people as possible to maintain the purpose of civilization.
Thoroughly evaluating the attributes, relationships, and patterns that comprise nature enhances a person’s perception of reality as well as promoting the comfort of the person with civilization, nature, and themselves.
Aside from the tribal goals of civilization, most notably, quality of life, education, personal growth, and environmental conservation. society must also ensure the efficiency of the survival mechanisms of society, most notably, law, health, defense, and utilities.
Researchers must continue to develop efficient solutions to problematic strategies, views, and values that proliferate in society as well as thoughts, emotional responses, and actions that perpetrate from individuals to ensure the tribal goals of civilization and the survival mechanisms, sustaining humanity proactively.
Common knowledge, and thus common education must continue to improve. Society must include into the education systems of global society lessons and research regarding personal development, societal maintenance, and pertinent phenomena.
The common curriculum of education systems across the world must attempt to advance students’ personal development by thoroughly analyzing the crossovers between animal behavior, human development, and psychology.
Students must learn about the attributes and patterns of civilization that stem from the attributes and patterns of essential phenomena, as well as stemming from animal behavior, particularly the most essential intervals of maintaining society, quality of life, information, way of life, and ecology as well as the intervals of maintaining a tribe or nation, health, law, access, and defense.
Political Science must improve to include metaphysics and logic-based research on analyzing and teaching students the needs and desires of people as intervals of spectrums.
Students must learn about logic, philosophy, and metaphysics into the curriculum of mandatory education systems advances common knowledge by teaching students how to compartmentalize and streamline valuable information.
People must continue to synchronize the formal and unorganized mechanisms of civilization, advancing through innovation and honing in on the fundamentals of maintaining society.
Society must continue to recognize the following purposes of civilization:
As best as possible society must provide the best possible quality of life to as many people as possible, encourage and attempt to experiment, discover, and explain the reality of nature and phenomena as best as possible, as well as hone through innovation and synchronize to the reality of nature the mechanisms of society as best as possible.