Andrew Hennessey.

The language [HX] describes every transaction and every system in the Cosmos, whether microcosm or macrocosm.

It can be used to identify and describe the emergence of complex processes such as thought or molecules or stars.

It can also be used to direct the assembly of simples such as atoms and molecules  to achieve a controlled and complex outcome.

HX is the natural and logical language of the Universe.

It enables a direct substitution of the Nouns, Verbs and

Adjectives of English with empirical descriptions of;

Objects, Processes and Qualities at any and every

scale. [from atomic to cosmic]

The Benefits of HX Assembler are:


1. data and data structures are portable between


2. adaptable, universal model or expert shell for use in

many applications.

3. the Knowledge Representation System enables a

unified approach to semiotics and artificial


HX is a High Level, declarative meta language that can

describe any event at any scale in the known and

unknown Universe.

Its central premise is that transfer at any and every

scale takes place between two objects through a

common medium and relativity. These packets of

energy and material move between places of high

potential to places of low potential in a process called


The transference event between at least two systems

can be described in a Logically Real and 'synthetic a

priori' manner by two logically complete languages –

one a new modal logic with a limited number of

uncertain states called the language [A], the other by an

octal Boolean Logic called [T]

These transference events have models in;

Biology – Osmosis, Electricity – Ohm's Law, Chemistry

– Fajan's Rules, Psychology – Lewin's Field Theory',

Electromagnetics – Köhler

And all can be empirically described and modeled with

the one underpinning inverse square power law.

Other key components of this metalanguage are the use

of Bertrand Russell's Set Theory to enable the

identification of common components in what is

essentially unique Chaos events within an assumption

of Absolute universal Chaos.

If Chemistry is the alphabet of reality and physics the

grammar, [HX] ASSEMBLER is the natural language and

contextual theme of the never-ending story. HX

describes chaos, flux and emergence within a language

of archetypal systems, events and transactions.

The General Systems Theory that underpins this

universal meta language called [HX] Assembler has

identified that every event/ object/ material system has;

a core, an infrastructure and an outer boundary within

the context of some asset.

Each of the three zones of a material system are directly

related by inverse square power law, and that within

each zone there is also an endogenous and exogenous

component that is also directly related and in

competition via an inverse square power law.

Every event and material system in the universe

therefore has 6 key components or fulcra upon which

the outcome its integrity and continuity is based.

This Theory [Hennessey, 2004] is called 6 Keys

Systems Theory

Use this stuff to talk to and technologically manipulate

every event in the material universe at any scale – a real

breakthrough in top down A.I. beyond Turing and his

'recursion paradox'.

A new Philosophy of Arithmetic called 'Essential

Arithmetic' also supercedes the Göedel Numbering

recursion issues.



Its operands written in the alphanumeric keyboard font set and called the 'Process Operands' [HX] are:


 01.  Unconditional Declarations  e.g. If M then P1 where M and P and 1 are the alphanumeric Microsoft Western fontset utilising previously known data and previously agreed rules.

 02.  £      If M then not Q where not is £.   i.e., £Q  is not Q

 03.  >>  IF M, then it follows that P1 is always predicated, i.e. M >> P1.

 04.  >=     greater than or equal to

 05.  >        greater than

 07.  <=      less than or equal to

 08.  <         less than

 09.  V           or

 10.  IF          if  (always means IF and only IF)

 11.  +           and

 12.  (            the start of a list of a cluster of arbitrarily labeled processes that have been measured and agreed to be part of

a closely interacting system that is an IPO Box.

13.   )    the end of a list of a cluster of arbitrarily labeled processes that have been measured and agreed to be a part of a closely interacting system that is an IPO Box

14.  @          All, the universal – absolutely all.

15.   #          some of.

16.    =         equals – is equivalent to by appearance but never absolutely.

17.  & change in e.g. context or time delta t ( time 1 … time 2 )

18.  [ X]     square brackets enclose an acronym for a previously defined idea.

19.  The set of Real numbers (1,2,3,4,5,……….n).

20.  The English language letters upper and lower case consisting of (a,b,c,d, …z + A,B,C,D, ….  Z) such that every letter can be considered to be a process called an IPO box and further instantiated with further IPO boxes if necessary. [Microsoft Western 'System OS fontset.']

21.  $      is directly proportional to.

22.  $$    is inversely proportional to.

23.  %     is a member of the set X

e.g. red (R) % X, where X = colours

R % X = R is a member of the set of X

24.  +?     positive transference gradient for specified system e.g. M, at time1,  +?(M) such that large amounts of M will flow down a relative and common structural bridge to lower amounts of M in the system context.

25.  -?      negative transference gradient for specified system e.g. P at time1, -?(M) such that changing conditions at time2 have temporarily overwhelmed system activity rendering system bridging activity and feeding input inactive.

26.  ?    a condition for some transference opportunity that may emerge at an unspecified time, x. because of chaotic context behaviour.

27.  ^   a specific temporal qualitative assumption for modeling that specifies at any given time the prevalent and highest values of atomic  concentration within the current activity set.

It is needed as well as ? because of the interplay and exchange of similar aggregates within the modeling of the object AND the context.

It will denote and identify the potential for component relativity - either in the modeling of the object or its context. The  material fact of physical and chemical intercession between similars absolutely always exists such that there is always a highest concentration of similar aggregate made relative to the lowest concentration of similar aggregate at a given time because of this intercession.  i.e.     ^Z >> ?Z, the conditions for relativity 'a priori' exist though may not at this time be active.

(with a social agreement on what is 'similar')

In holistic modeling, the Object and the Context have differing concentrations and differing priorities for the same compound. Thus by identifying where the highest concentrations are within the model - the relativity of exchange can be more easily tracked.

28.   ~1X  where ~1  identifies the macro ingredient X

29.   ~2X  where ~2  identifies the meso ingredient  X

30.   ~3X  where ~3  identifies the micro ingredient  X

31.    [eT 01.. 64] or [eA 001.. 729]   essential numbers e for [T] and [A]

32.    t1, t2, t3, .  etc   where t = states relative interludes of observation

33.    *   where ~1X*   and ~2X*  identifies the same X in 2 etc. in continual contexts of  e.g. object, environment, transference   etc.

34.   !X  where transference velocity can be; !3 micro, !2 meso, !1 macro.

35.   ¬X  where conditions of over-sufficiency are being met for the emergence of a new copy or asset of X.

36. the feeding gradient [@f] for systemic (object) growth. [@g]

i.e. [@f] $ [@g] = [+?],    a directly related persistent field.

37. the Macro toll gradient. [@t], energy for context self-defence. [@d]

i.e.  [@t] $ [@d] = [+?],   a directly related persistent field.

38. the system feeding gradient [@f] and the macro toll gradient [@t], however, are inversely proportional and directly competitive to the point of mutual exclusion.  i.e. [@f] $$ [@t] = [+?]. (inverse power law).

39. English separators for associative listing 1. the comma (,)  and 2. the fullstop (.) as end of list.

40.  English semi-colon (;) allows for an antecedent bracketed listing of arbitrary labels and or external software sub-routines from social processes in various contexts such as object and domain libraries in the [T] & [TREES] isomorphic format e.g. [F; macro, meso, micro] or,

[F; noun, verb, adjective], or, [F; neutron, proton, electron], [F; object, process, measurement]. etc.

41.  English inverted commas (" X) signify degrees of structural complexity - where "1 is simple, "2 is medial, and "3 is highly complex.

42.  =:=  Over-sufficiency,  such that +?X,  a positive transference gradient  for the feeding of system X is of such persistent abundance as to facilitate the emergence of replication or higher degrees of complexity and emergent systemic behaviour.

43.  //#    Extraneous, unexpected, migratory, modal competition during ?, -?, +?

e.g. scales of: ~1//#X, ~2//#X, ~3//#X, and, X = (x1, x2, x3 ... xn.)

44.   {G}X, {L}X   : where {G} is a global context and {L} is a local context relative to some system X.

45.   £$+    : the threshold level for systematic change and consistency in material proportions and behaviour.

46.   %%X    : where X is a general systemic organic process in which a matrix of osmotic processes of various relative transference velocities interact in various transactions of various scales and complexities.

47.   =%%X   : where X is a systemic process of empirically defined normative tolerances, attributes and values.

48.    [SV] : shuttle value, where an organismic packet of defined ergonomic value (niche) is driven and empowered by large-scale changes of state and energy.


A framework model for complex transactions.

The information process model described by [H] will ultimately make use of the electro-physical properties and attributes of the domain that is being researched. The properties of Tripartite Essentialism [T] are such that process activities within and between objects in the physics and chemistry of the domains being researched can be analogized with existing knowledge in other domains. These measurements of various and different transactions and relationships in other domains are in fact identical. Similar objects in similar or even different contexts all have the same model in [T].

Similar energy transactions and distribution within and between systems through the mechanics of; gradients, combinations and recombinations amongst systems in many different domains, will produce new evaluation and performance strategies for existing domains and fill in the blanks in our existing knowledge elsewhere in more sparsely researched domains.

This idea is called isomorphism between domains.

Each system/object/unit in the following data model is given a physical measurement/Context – or list of measurements – which will denote its Scale/magnitude.

The physical measurements tie the performance of the object into similar performances given by other objects at other scales of magnitude to enable isomorphism between domains.


The Three Categories are : [always in relation to some physical context]

1.1. Macro. Its Physical Components - the reservoir of physical/atomic assets from which the [business] domain is derived [see examples to follow]  'the materials'.

1.2. Meso. The Structure, Mechanics and Infrastructure with which these Physical Components are organised and OPERATE represented     [see examples to follow]   'the operational aspects of the manufactured vehicle'.

1.3. Micro. The Qualitative Aspects of the Business and its systems e.g. 'the difference between a Mercedes and a Lada.'

Further - this three part model also can be applied to, and operates within the philosophy of language where:


NOUN [Macro]  depicts the physical components:    'object'

VERB  [Meso] the energies of the infrastructure: 'process'

ADJECTIVE  [Micro]  the qualitative aspects of a system:  'qualitative attribute'

So not only is the semantic system embracing the empirical domain, but also the domain of language and the written/spoken word.

The following is an example of a simpler application within e-commerce and data mining – defining the Context   e.g.  


3.0. THE CONTEXT  of Business Operations and this software is Electronic Commerce:

So categories of information pertaining to: ISP's, Intranet, Extranet, Internet, LAN and WAN, International and Geographical Zones, language, platforms and other Protocols.

All matters listed by the small business pertaining to the modus operandii of its E-Commerce and the aspects of the systems it will use to trade with.

There follows 3 examples [31. – 3.3] of small business and their activity classified with this 3 part semantic system and its aspects called; Macro, Meso, Micro.


3.1. Arts - Music and Multi-Media

3.2  Industrial Manufacturing - Light Engineering

3.3  Service - Insurance


e.g. 3.1.- MACRO. fiddle, harp, keyboards, studio recording components, sound mixing facility, strings, CD/Tape duplicator, Minidisk, P.A. System, Transport, music stand, instrument case, tuner, lights, lighting desk, compressor, pre-amp, effects processor, microphones, stands, computer, software, peripherals etc.

e.g. 3.2 – MACRO. lathe, metals, cutter, sweeper, shop floor clothing, gear and boots, tools, bench, drill, workshop, first aid box, lighting, storeroom, drawing/stencil board and printer, oxy-acetylene torch, arc, welding gear, trolleys, coolant, polisher/buffer, chemical solutions etc.

e.g. 3.3 – MACRO. car, clothing, suit, PC, mobile phone, hard copy filing system, stationary, photocopier, Office, computer and network peripherals, petrol, audio-visual presentation kit, overhead projector, whiteboard, laptop and modem, office furniture, briefcase, clients, customers, leaflets, potential customers etc.


e.g. 3.1 MESO. - albums Celtic, albums rock, albums dance, albums story, multimedia books on CD on mysticism, hard copy tune books, logic audio recording software, concerts, performance and events supplied and tours done by company bands, new midi instruments invented, ambient and meditational video and audio's, technical papers on new musical theories, interactive CD-ROM and multi-media package on Philosophy for Children, secure website for sale of soundfiles and other product.

e.g. MESO. - 3.2 - oil rig parts, ship parts, motor parts, alloy parts to industrial specifications, hard alloy, soft alloy parts, thermophilic alloy, civil infrastructure components turned by spec to order, trawler maintenance, car and lorry structural repair, ad hoc building and roof components designed and manufactured by consultation.

e.g. 3.3 MESO.  - domestic surveys, commercial property surveys, domestic and commercial policies, PEP's, Equity Investment, stock brokerage, actuary and risk assessment, bank and investment portfolios, building society and investment house policies and procedure, capital returns for business and client,

Leaflets and advertising packages - multi-media, TV, radio, cinema, etc

1.3  MICRO.  QUALITATIVE  ASPECTS                                                                ADDS/ANGLES/DISTINCTIONS/DESCRIPTIONS

e.g. 3.1 MICRO. - Original music/ various and diverse idioms, original story, cutting edge web site, diverse - one stop catalogue, secure for E-commerce and credit card transactions, high quality international & high tech delivery company used

e.g. 3.2  MICRO. - parts to order, small runs - fast turnaround, good service and maintenance backup, high skill level, One-Off's, diverse projects, great experience

e.g. 3.3 MICRO.  - proven track record on investment/stock portfolio, good payout and premium record, speedy and efficient processing of clients



The [HX] Syllogism.




This singular tautology is non-arbitrary and is not one of the

many styles and forms of tautology derived by Leibnitz. This

is because the ordering and precedence of the lettering is

deemed irrational in terms of [T]. As a language of function,

[T] does not attend to e.g. banana or orange, or, orange and

banana, both being fruiting bodies of biological systems

within the botanical class of angiospermae. [Vines and Rees,

'Plant and Animal Biology, vol. 1.', edn.4, pub. Pitman, 1972,

ISBN 0-273-25222-4]

The underlying common process is both are fruit, one of a

tree, the other of a herb (banana). The process description is

the same in both cases however.

The fruit content is divergent also, as neither generic

oranges, nor generic bananas, are actually absolutely

identical in any logical way.

M in this simplified analogy is the predominantly Carbon

backbone of the plant systems Macro, where P is contextual

Oxygen, and S is systemic Meso Water. The evolved asset

driven by metabolic oxygen is the predominantly water based

asset of the plant metabolic system.

i.e. Major Premis MP, Minor Premis MS, Outcome SP.

The order of precedence for lettering and other arbitrary

labels is entirely unimportant in [T] descriptions.

In [T] and its transaction model, the properties of

electrovalence - the movement of energy by Fajan's Rules

extends across the electromagnetic spectrum from

approximately 10 to the 21 hertz to 0 hertz - including in order

of decreasing frequency; gamma rays, X rays, ultraviolet,

visible, infrared radiation, microwaves and radio-waves.

The interaction or inter-conversion of electric and chemical

phenomena produces an effect called electromotive force, or

EMF. This energy can be converted reversibly from;

chemical, mechanical or other forms of energy into electrical

energy in some mechanism or Meso.

There are two transaction types in any given context that has

a system under observation. These common and relative

transactions can be modeled using the [HX] syllogism.

Z = Water, M = Specific Ions, S = Plant System,

Q = Physical Context,

P = System Product and Emerged Asset of Scaling


In the aggregate context where: [Z, M, S, P] % Q + [t1 ... tn.]

[HXmicro] [HXmeso] [HXmacro]]


~2"MS ~3"MZ, t3 ~1Z ~2M ~1Q ~1Z

~2"MS ~3"MP ~2!3Z ~2+?#¬S, t1 ~2Q ~2M

~3"ZP + (?~3S), ~3"!3MS, tn ~3M~1S, t2 ~3M ~3Z, t2

The common process being exploited by piggy-back between

the object system S (plant) and the context is the fact that in

the evaporation of massive ground waters Z percolating

through the geochemistry, from relatively large scales within

the geophysical context there is a set of necessary ionic

ingredients M, making progress from greater to lesser scales

of magnitude. This is driven by osmosis within the soil and

atmospheric conditions for evaporation.

i.e. ~2M >> ~3M at time 2

The niche for plant growth can be described in terms of the

[HX] syllogistic forms as; ~1Z + (~2Z + ~2MS >> ~3MS) >>


The evolutionary assets of the context system, e.g. its; soils,

physical chemistry, geology, seasons, temperature, pressure,

light levels, altitude, solar activity, ecological global

dependence, sunspot activity, relative ocean currents, orbital

irregularities, planetary tilt, albedo, tectonics etc.

In the context of relative scales of interactivity within and

between the object system and the context system, the object


system is always embedded and nested within the scales of

transaction in the context.

Persistent over-supply (t1 ... tn) of the aggregates Q,

necessary to emerge and replicate complexity within the

system S, will produce the emergent product e.g. seed, at t3.

(t3 = ?¬S) to be regrown at context time Q = t4. (where t4 =


The object system must attenuate and defend itself from the

greater scales of similar aggregate and their activities within

the context.

It must pay a systemic toll to do this whilst converting meso

quantities of context into structural assets such that the

system becomes viable and macro.

The molecular version of [TREES] - 'Tripartite Relativity Expert

System', can use processes such as electro-kinetics. These are

the electro-dynamics of heating effects and of current

distribution in; electric network electrolysis, chemical change

and decomposition produced in an electrolyte by an electric


Also, electro-kinetics come from electromagnetic interaction - a

form of interaction between particles and or fields.

Analogical reading of the emissions at the CPU by e.g. a

photonic array and, or, the crystal can be interpreted to produce

a tautological outcome in whatever context.


This model is built around the use of atmospheric pressure to deliver

water to the plant biology using the transpiration stream up the xylem

caused by leaf metabolism and the osmotic uptake of (biologically)

necessary ion aggregates from the soil by centripetal ion activity in

shoots and roots.

From Chapter 2 where we first looked at the Biological transference

Model – we have a framework example with which to now operate a

more complex description at the level of a systems theory.

01. If the context aggregates Q and their changing attributes with time

&Q are available as Q to the DNA script propagating to exploit them,

then the evolutionary driver from Q that is Z will arrive in the plant

system S at time1.

With systemic structures, macro aggregate defences and enforced

adaptive tolerances against usual macrotic chaos, and bridging

activities with which to exploit the macro intact, the water transport

system conveys the ionic packets to the plant envelope and its



where (?¬S) is the plant seed system and Q = environment aggregates

1a. @ Q >> #Q = ~1S, t1

1d. &t, t2 >> (~1Z = (=:=Z) + ("3Z + !3Z))

1c. t2 = Q[@t]Z $ Q[@d]Z

1d. &t, t3 >> ((?¬S) + (+?¬S) = (=:=S)

02. The plant system S uses and mutates transport system Z and has

successfully incorporated and exploited ?Z in this environmental

context. Successful self-assembling aggregate S has enfolded and

maintained a Z supply vacuum that exploits the process of

evaporation from the tolerances within the soil and vegetation

types and the changes in air temperature and pressure.

S has embedded itself in a persistent opportunity between massive

scalar differences in the macro aggregates.

Low S in the macro aggregates is feeding the assembly and

emergence of high S within the plant because it is being pulled

and transported by the greater and more physically abundant and

reactive high Z in the macro aggregates across a massive scalar

divide to massively low Z (atmosphere) in Q.

2a. &t, t4 = ((~1Z + ? + &Z) % (Q + &Q)) >>

2b. >> ( Z >> (+?S(&Z)) + (+?S(-?Z)))

2c. ~1QZ = (~1!3QZ* + ~1SZ*!2) = (+?SZ)

2d. [@f] $ [@g]

03. IF context C (atmosphere activity prevalent), where C % Q, and is

greater than or equal to biological and physical plant tolerances -

Optimum O, then some water Z plus other ion attributes M will be

moved into the plant cytoplasm L in the plant system S at time1.

3a. S % (C % Q), t4,

3b. Q = !3Z = ?Z

3c. ((C>= O*) >> ~1+?Z + (~3*!2ZM = L) ~2S* + !3ZS ) >>

3d. >> (+?(#Z + #~2M) >> ~2L) >> ~2S*)

3e. >> (&~1Z % !~3SQ, t4)

04. Piggy-backed on the massive scalar processes (e.g. physics and

physical energies) interchanging in the groundwater, hydrosphere and

aeolosphere, ionic components essential for plant growth and oversufficiency

create the possibility of evolutionary asset or fruit.

e.g. Plant metabolism: ~1S >> ~3S, where ¬S in ~3S is the process

replication description called biological DNA, M = migrating ions, L =

cytoplasmic envelope at time n.


i.e. the central systemic manufacturing process of S that creates the

subset (s1 .. s3) in order of; macro, meso, micro and also of scale is:

S = (s1, s2, s3).

In plants, these processes have primary components of operational

capacity that is predicated upon structures utilizing: s1 = protein base,

s2 = sugars, s3 = phosphate predicated.

4a. Q = =:=MZ, t1

4b. S = (s1, s2, s3)

4c. S + t2 + +?Q~2M = (L = (#~3M + ¬S) + Z) = ~3S = (?¬S)

4d. (?¬S) = [@f] $ [@g]

05. In the ground G, in good conditions, the seeds start to sprout. The

emergence of the external structure of the plant, E, where E % S, and

includes the superstructure of the foliage F, and xylem X: - is driven by

aeolian A, and phototrophic P, dictates.

Persistence of temperature and light and moisture and low air pressure

and low turbulence will produce an over-sufficiency O, (=:=), of growth

and therefore fruit. (?¬S).

5a. IF ~1S + (?¬S) % G + (+?~1Z^) + (+?P^) + (+?A^), t1 >>

5b. >> (?¬S) + ~2S + ~2Z + (+?S) + ("1S) = t2.

5c. t2 = ((L = (#M + #¬S) + ~2Z)) $$

5d. $$ = (E = (#A + #P + ~2Z^ + F + #M) + ~3Z))) = t2.

5e. t2, IF (+?~1Z) >> ( ((L = [@f]) $$ (E = [@t])) = t3)

5f. t3 >> (+?S = (+?~2Z) + (+?~3Z)) =

5g. = (#~2MFs* + #~2MXs* + (#¬S(#s1, #s2, #s2), t2) + #"2S) + ~3Z.

5h. membranes roots and leaves and relative seasonal velocity

5h. t4 = +?S (¬s1 >> s2 + #s3) + (#"1SFX + #"2SFX) + //#

5i. t5 = +?S(¬s1 + ¬s2 >> s3) + (#"2SFX + #"3SFX) + //#

5j. t6 = +?S(¬s1 + ¬s2 + ¬s3) >> ("3SFX >> (?¬3S) + IF£ //#)

5k. t7 = -?S( £=:=(s1 .. s3)) +V (//#)


06. At the boundaries of various membranes and other transitional

zones used in 'osmosis' by aggregates, there is a relatively normative

systemic toll to be paid falling within the usual tolerances of the selfregulating

and self-replicating physical system.

e.g. A to B through some common C with the intercession of at least

some common D.

However, migratory aspects of adjacent chaos can introduce other

modalities and scaling conflicts into the object - context relationship.


i.e. A to B through some common C with the intercession of some D

that causes destructive distortion in the systemic structure, t1.

Although the systemic resistance exists, depending on the degree of

physical impact on the systemic defences and tolerances there will be

a gradual shutdown until cessation and de-contextualisation ensues,


e.g. drought. (S = Plant System, Z = Pluvial and Fluvial Water)

6a. t1 = (+?~3//#~2S) + (-?!1~1Z)

6b. t2 = (?~2//#~1S) + (-?!1~1Z)

6c. t3 = (~1//#£S) + (-?!1~1Z)

07. The Plant System suffers context disruption in its feeding gradient

and its metabolic bridging activities and transference gradient are


Where S = (f1 .. f5), and f1;XXX and Q = (t1 .. t6) and t1;XXX are

numeric values; 001 - 999. for the purposes of empirically measuring

relative wavelength and frequency for the construction of social

information and artifacts.

7a. +?QS, t1

7b. t1 = S([@f] $ [@p]) $$ Q([@t] $ [@d]) = [@f] $$ [@t]

7c. t2 = ~2//#S >> S(f1;075, f2;153, f3;125, f4;092, f5;085) + (£f2;153)

7d. t3 = (?~2//#~1S) + (-?!2~3Z)

7e. t2 = S(f;)(075, 000, 125, 092, 085)

7f. t4 = ?Q[@t] >> Q(t;)(t1; 150, t2;112, t3; 000, t4; 000, t5; 017, t6; 443)

7g. t5 = IF "3~3S >> (~3//#S V ~2//#S) = (-?~3S)

7h. t5 = IF "1!1~1S >> (~1//#£S)

7i. t5 = "3~3S >> (f1 + f2 + f3) £$$ (t1 + t2 + t3 + t6) = (&t£=:=)

7j. t5 = f;(075 + 000 + 125) = f;200, $$t;1:2 = (//#~1!S) = (f;red)

7k. t6 = ~1S(f;red) >> (f; tripartite biology domain, massive heating)

7l. t6 = //#~1S(f; geo-drought, dehydration rupture, red distortion)

7l. t0 = f;(075 + 153 + 125) = f;353, $$t;1:3 = (+?~3"3!3S) = (f;blue)

7m. t0 = f;(blue, UV) >>

7m. t0 >> (f; tripartite physics domain, diffuse atmospherics, less plant

red into photosynthesis, more blue/yellow and less red/green, greater

xanthophyll and less chlorophyll).

7n. t7 = IF (+?~3"3!1S) = t1 = (£f2;000) >>

7o. t7 >> //#S = //#f(~1f + ~2f + ~3f) = % Q


7p. t8 = ("2~2f2;000) + //#f >> (~1"1f2;160) = ?S

7n. The scale of f2 needed by S is nested in the larger ecosystem Q,

which feeds (+?) the metabolic meso (~2S) through various layers of

filtration and transportation mechanisms ("3 V "2). These eventually

substantiate (=:=) the emergence of fruit or other replications, (~3S).

e.g. [HX] syllogism.

7q. t9 = //#-?£f2[@d] + //#f(~1f + ~2f + ~3f) + (//#"2!1Q) >> £S V £#S

7r. t9, IF //#f;XXX = t;XXX + ~3"3!1S + £f2 >> ?S V +?S

08. The system having been breached by migratory chaos if

sufficiently sturdy, complex, well stored and developed may be able to

cope with variable distresses within the new orientations of the


If it does or does not, however, is entirely unpredictable and arbitrary,

as physical conditions accrue and emerge and de-merge with time and

with the influence of more global activities. Some examples of

systemic states for S are given below at time13 and intimations for

what may or may not be possible. t13, (8g. - 8x.) for example massive

scale velocity transference on massively complex, massively storing

systems versus relative damage on similar systems in low scale

velocity transference on simple and relatively unfortified systems. A

few examples iterate the possibility of complexity and detail within the


8a. SQ = S([@f] $ [@p]) $$ Q([@t] $ [@d]) = [@f] $$ [@t]

8b. t9 = ~2//#S >> S(f1;075, f2;153, f3;125, f4;092, f5;085) + (£f2;153)

8c. t9 = (?~2//#~1S) + (- !3~3Z) + (~3//#+?~1!"3Q)

8d. t10 = S(f;)(075, 000, 125, 092, 085)

8e. t11 = //#-?£f2[@d] + //#f(~1f + ~2f + ~3f) >> (£#S) + (?S) + (+?S)

8f. t12 = #S % ~1[@t]"3!3~1S + (~3//#+?~1!"3Q) + //#f(~1f + ~2f + ~3f)

8g. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~1!1"1-?£S + (?S) = S at timeN

8h. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~1!1"2-?£S + (?S) = S at timeN

8i. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~1!1"3-?£S + (?S) = S at timeN

8j. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~1!2"1-?£S + (?S) = S at timeN

8k. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~1!2"2S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8l. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~1!2"3S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8m. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~1!3"1S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8n. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~1!3"2S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8o. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~1!3"3S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN


8p. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~2!1"1S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8q. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~2!1"2S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8r. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~2!1"3S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8s. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~2!2"1S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8t. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~2!2"2S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8u. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~2!2"3S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8v. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~2!3"1S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8w. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~2!3"2S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8x. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~2!3"3S + (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8y. t13 = #S + //#f;(~1f) >> ~3S = (?S) V (+?S) V (£S) = S at timeN

8z. t13 = #S + ~1//#f(~1f) >> #S((-?S) V (?S) V (+?S) V (£S)) = S at timeN

8aa. t13 = #S + //#f(~2f) >> #S((-?S) V (?S) V (+?S) V (£S)) = S at timeN

8ab. t13 = #S + //#f(~3f) >> #S((-?S) V (?S) V (+?S) V (£S)) = S at timeN

8ac. t14 = #S + //#f(~2f) >> #~2S = S at timeN

09. Macro Toll Gradient [@t] is an energy toll of previously established

physical and social parameters measured in and pertaining to the

observed context between time1 and time2.

When contextual disaster strikes though, tolerances within the system

break down and release numerous breakdown products from aspects

of the system and new environmental context that interfere and mix

with and disrupt (or augment) previously working and stable physical

relationships. e.g. ~1//#S, t1.

In normative circumstances: Context Q $ S >> S([@d] $ [@t])

In abnormative disruption :

9a. t15 = //#Q $ //#S, #S >> = ?S(f2;153) at timeN

9b. t15 = £S + (//#(S[@d])) = ?S(f2;153) at timeN

Within the damaged system, possibilities for recombination of simples

(n) represent at the damage interphase until the unique physical

tolerances of the damaged zone are either superceded and

disintegrated or useful recombination and structural attenuation can

present enough bridging material to repair the systemic defence [@d]

such that the feeding gradient from the systemic metabolism can

support [@t] the abnormative structural distress.

Two similar but differently scaled systems may fare differently in a

chaotic context disruption of similar magnitude. No modeling assertion

could be absolutely true in a chaotic universe though.

examples s1 and s2, where s1(mature) + s2(young) % S

s1 = !3ZS(~1X"3~1F"2) mature plant in emergent growing season

s2 = !3ZS(~3X"1~3F"1) young plant in emergent growing season


9a. t14 = //#-?£f2[@d] + //#f(~1f + ~2f + ~3f) >> (£#S) + (?S) + (+?S)

9b. t14 = #S % ~1[@t]"3!3~1S + (~3//#+?~1!"3Q) + //#f(~1f + ~2f + ~3f)

In this system S, values for fn at; macro (~1fn) = 500 - 1000

meso (~2fn) = 50 - 100

micro (~3fn) = 1 - 10

In the context //#Q, however, disruption at (~1fn) has caused systemic

failure such that the velocity of the normative rate of supply is now

insufficient to supply enough systemic defences to slow down the rate

of systemic disintegration.

Some complex systems can still function and retain some damage

within their structure.

In the context Q, normatively, the upper and lower tolerances of

competition on [@d], lie within the range of [800 - 1200] where [<1000]

is prevalent. e.g. 1:10 aggregates in context lie in the range [1001 -


This 1:10 entropy ratio ~3!S would define normative existence within

context Q for S.

Also 1:10 aggregates in Q, used by S to make ~1S lie within the range

[1 - 499].

In the context //#Q, however, this ratio has changed; e.g.1

Contextual disruption of Q has led from a normative ~3!S; (1:10), to a

systemically damaging, ~1!S; (1:100 - 1:1000), tn.

9c. t15 = //#S + fn =<~2f2 + +?[@f] + (#S + ?S) - S(~1//#!1"1fn)

9d. t16 = //#S + fn + fn =<~2f2 + +?[@f] + (#S + ?S) - S(~1//#!1"1fn)

9e. t17 = //#S + fn + fn + fn =<~2f2 + +?[@f] + (#S + ?S) - S(~1//#!1"1fn)

9f. t18 = //#S + fn + fn + fn + fn =<~2f2 + +?[@f] + (#S + ?S) -

9f. t18 = - S(~1//#!1"1fn).

9g. t19 = //#S + fn + fn + fn + fn + fn =<~2f2 + +?[@f] + (#S + ?S) -

9g. t19 - S(~1//#!1"1fn).

9h. (t14 - tn) = //#SQ +?[@f] >> #S + //#Q = (#fn=<~2f2,tn) + (#S + ?S) V

9h. (+?S).

9h. t20 = //#S+6(fn),@tn(t+1) >> @fn(+1fn)tn. =< ~2f2.

9h. t20 ~2f2 + (+?[@f] + (#S + ?S) - S(~1//#!1"1fn))

9i. t21 = //#S + 7(fn) + =< (#fn=<~2f2,tn) + (#S + ?S) - S(~1//#!1"1fn)

9j. tn = //#S + 8(fn) + =< (#fn=<~2f2,tn) + (#S + ?S) - S(~1//#!1"1fn)

10. Disruptions in the context //#Q may allow the survival of system S

or not - dependent on the nature and magnitude and duration of the


systemic de-contextualisation and the durability and complexity of the


e.g. X = xylem transport system and F = foliage. s1 = mature, s2 =


s1 = !3ZS(~1X"3~1F"2) mature plant in emergent growing season, tn.

s2 = !3ZS(~3X"1~3F"1) young plant in emergent growing season, tn.

10a. tn = (@//#Q >> £S) V (#//#Q >> #S(s1.x));(S,phenotypes,

10a. tn = properties.x)

10b. t23 = !1ZS(~1X"3~1F"1), xs1.1;(deluge, mature root and xylem,

10b. t23 = bad foliage).

10b. t23 = !1ZS(~1X"2~1F"3), xs1.2;(deluge, mature root and xylem,

10b. t23 = excellent foliage).

10b. t23 = !1ZS(~1X"1~1F"1), xs1.3;(deluge, mature/decayed root

10b. t23 = and xylem, bad foliage).

10c. t24 = @//#Q = (-?s(1.1 + 1.2)) V (?s(1.1 + 1.2)) + £(s1.3)

10d. t25 = @//#Q!1Z >> S = (£X)x;(deluge, root dislocation, £[@f])

10e. t25 = IF @//#Q = t26 >> (s1.2 > s1.1) + (!1~1Z) + #(?s(1.2>1.1))

10f. t25 = IF @//#Q = t27 >> (s1.2 < s1.1) + (!1~1Z) + #(?s(1.1>1.2))

10e. t26 = !1Z@//#QSs >> #~3Q,x;(optimum temperature and light,

10e. t26 = £[@f])

10f. t27 = !1Z@//#QSs >> #~1Q,x;(extreme temperature and light, £[@f])

10g. t27 = f2 % &Q = (q1, q2, q3, q4, Q(1-n), ~1Z) > @(~2S + ~3S)

10h. t27 = #(~1S) = f2 % (q1, q4)

10i. t27 = @Q % &W = (W1, W2, w1, w2, w3, w4 ...wn)

10i. t27 = W;(tectonics, volcanism, tsunami) = &Q(~1!1{G} + ~1!1{L})

10i. t27 = W;(Richter, Geochemistry, Salinity + Temp) >> $$[@t]s

10j. t28 = W1 $$ W2 >> @//Q (q1 $$ q4) >> f2 + (&~1!1"1Q) + (#QSs)

10k. t28 = (!1W1 $$ !1W2 >> =:= {G}@w + #¬{L} >> (q1 $$ q4)

10l. t29 = #¬~3{L} >> #¬~3(f2) >> #{L}Ss = (=:= + ?Ss)

The objects and labels within this event description are

interchangeable between similar events in different domains.

E.g. function, malfunction, systemic integrity and disintegrity in

the 'fruiting' process in other systems and outcomes.




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