And even if all these authors I've shared were useless- I never claimed they were useful. I claimed I know more than you. Not just about Latin literature, but like I said, about all 50 of the subjects I mentioned in the course of this thread. As Emerson sung: "If eyes were made for seeing, then beauty is its own excuse for being.” You aren't going to respond to anything I actually say regardless, so there's no reason for me to expect it, I'll just keep stream of consciousness-ing.

Look, Phoneutria. Can you actually respond to any part of this? No? Because I don't want to talk about my citations being from "useless" knowledge or not. It's boring. It doesn't accomplish anything. (Besides illustrate how pathologically defensive and anti-intellectual you are.)

" In short, the theory of ur-alternatives reconstructs physics from 1-bit informational units, and IIT

reconstructs consciousness from 1-bit informational units. Combining the two, one arrives at a

theory of consciousness and its emergence from a flattened spacetime, occupying its own

'intrinsic space',- an intrinsicity that is, essentially, what we call time, or an as yet ungraspable

fourth-dimension. Following the theory of Urs, the first three dimensions appear during the

reconstruction of physics: ur-alternatives, then elementary particles as parabose tensors of urs,

and finally quantum field theory, in which the particles constituted by the 2nd dimension here

considered become merely syntactic elements within a higher semantic content,- namely, the

semantic content given by particles which become field quanta, at the third-dimensional level. At

this dimension, ur-collectives give way to un-readable (a la. the no-teleportation theorem)

quantum information whose continuous-valued trajectory (in terms of the typical representation

of spacetime in vector-space, as opposed to the algebraic representation proposed here, or even

that suggested by Baylis' treatment of electrodynamics; in particular, note the following paper:

Spinors in the hyperbolic algebra, S. Ulyrch. 2005: "The algebraic representation of geometry

has in general advantages compared to the conventional description in terms of column vectors

and matrices. ..." ) on the Bloch sphere demands a reformulation of emergent ur-collectives as

"paracomplex structures on a 2n-dimensional" [See: Cruceanu, Fortuny, and Gadea's Survey on

Paracomplex Geometry.] projective Hilbert space, that is, a correspondence of pure quantum

states, by way of Hopf fibration, to spinors on Riemann's extended complex plane, granting a

diffeomorphism of the urs and finally, a model of differentiable manifolds that may be useful in

theoretically reconstructing different semantic levels as symplectic manifolds, like those derived

from the Hamiltonian definition of the total set of a system's possible configurations (the total set

of a system's possible configurations would refer here to all the possible ur-collectives which

could be structurally bound as equivalent cause-effect spaces enclosed at the semantic level) as

modeled by a manifold whose cotangent bundle describes its phase-space. Thus we move toward

the fourth dimension, which would arise from the interactions of these fields: this dimension, not

yet understood by man, is that in which 'time' appears, (meaning, that in which time is

syntactically organized from a higher semantic level) and therefor, the intrinsic space occupied

by what IIT would call- 'consciousness', amounting to an enclosed cause-effect space operating

upon itself. The interaction of these fields within 'time', given the combination of the two

theories, would imply an interaction of enclosed cause-effect spaces, each constituting a certain

level of consciousness in the Kochian or panpsychic sense, from the causal universe of the

faintest consciousness, that is, the consciousness of a hydrogen atom, to the most developed

consciousness in a human being. How exactly these fields interact to produce an intrinsically

grounded temporal consciousness out of an atemporal fourth-dimensional composite of

interacting and enclosed fields within the third-dimension (quantum field theory) is of course not

yet understood, though Hinton long ago proposed that particles moving within the three

dimensions we would associate here with the third semantic level of the quantum fields, might be

succeeding cross sections of an un-moving, eternal, static fourth-dimensional architecture within

a fourth semantic-level consisting of world-lines passing through a three-dimensional plane.

Hinton even believed that man could access this eternal fourth-dimensional construct through a

kenotic process by which the self might rid itself of ideas like right, left, up, or down by utilizing

certain meditative techniques."