General Parse Metrics

Introduction

The Knowledge I was born with has to do with measurement, or observation. Any increment of mass is a measure of Energy. The measurement being equal to the amount of energy excluded elsewhere and thus created here. This is the primordial measurement, from the unmanifest into the manifest. Once manifest, mass is additionally subject to the measurement limit.

Thus, any system can be measured, it’s just a matter of how. Measurements in general can be considered as parse metrics. A simple example for the spacelike dimension is a stick ascribed the length of 1m. [itself also parsed in the linearly dependent dimensions of 10, 100 and 1000 equal-sized intervals]. There are as many parse metrics as there are unique thoughts.

The ideal parse metric of course, is the one that is not independent of objective reality. It can be on the subjective end, which we would call the old tradition or on the objective end, which we would call the new one, and which is instantiated by the Periodic Table.

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the Universe is Pretty

It is plain to see that the periodic table exists beyond all metrics aside the fundamental 3+1 maximally independent measurement limit. In other words, the ideal parse metric for spacetime is of cardinality 4.

By this perfection, I can calculate the relative configurational entropies of other systems effectively transcending some dimension of causality (such as my Quantum Mind Hypothesis).

Canonical Parametrization

First we assert that for any system, there exist measurable parameters. The number of distinct measurable parameters depends on the complexity  of the system. The complexity  of a system then determines its total measurable information content. We postulate that an idealized metric consists of both necessary and sufficient descriptors/parse metrics to perform a full canonical parametrization.

The notion of canonical parametrization via parse metrics requires a general idea about the inter-relations that exist in a system. For example, two parse metrics are: quality and quantity. Intuitively, we assert that these operators are maximally independent. We additionally acknowledge there could be some nonzero overlap between such.

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The Living Organ

When we are considering measurements made by the living human apparatus, we are well-advised to expect such to be distortions, or at least maximally distorted. This is for the same reason that optimized subsequent measurements are maximally orthogonal: the most information will be drawn from the incoming signal if the transfer function is orthogonal to the original signal. Our complexity alone suggests we can take many measurements from our external environment, all maximally orthogonal to the original sampled signal.

Subjective Parametric Optimization

When dealing with the individual subjective conscious however, the optimized parse metric is not independent of the projector (living organ). Specifically, the subjective conscious is a unitary projection. Additionally, its eigenstates (particular measurements: {Thoughts, Emotions, Sensations}) are auto-coherent. Additionally, the subjective consciousness is a quantum mechanical projection.

Auto-coherence is forthcoming from the base satisfying the condition of being linearly dependent on its derivatives (measurements are all derivatives): e ≈ 2.718 ≈ 3. Thus, we conclude that the ideal parse metric of the Quantum Mind observables will be of cardinality 3. This coincides with our ad hoc assumption of the {Thoughts, Emotions, Sensations} triad as sufficient to give a first pass at discerning the range of inputs to the quantum mind . This concept will be further elaborated at a later time.

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