240 ILS narrataive - Scientific progress is 4D Primitive...

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Unformatted text preview: Scientific progress is 4D Primitive narrative. Insist story line passes through the zero dimensional models. This leads to analogy and experimentation, in which you lie to the world, No, it really is that simple. Lies are 2D, one admits complexity and the other lies. The world tells thumbs up or down, in an added dimension. Self-knowledge (of assumptions) improves in the 3D story told in experimental results. Story improves Formal Model Material System 2 Material System 1 One way Two way Formal model Experimental Analogues The pendulum attractor without friction is a simple cycle, or with friction it is spiral to a point. Chaotic strange attractors never settle down, the path never ever repeats. A given run of a chaotic equation is the story told by a narrator. Note it is only a small subset of the whole undefined but bounded infinity of the attractor. The narrative told is only a local account. But it hints at the whole strange attractor. Compelling stories tell enough of the undefinable whole attractor so as to give commensurate experience. That comes from the infinity behind in the whole track. The whole point of science...
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