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XXIX. Quantity of Energy: Seed Body of Self

In classical physics of the time of Isaac Newton, many considered matter and energy to be separate things. Scientists have and still do apply the general term matter to anything that occupies space, responds to gravitation, and shows inertia.  Energy was and still is the ability of matter to perform work as the result of motion or position. Modern physicists however, have shown that it is possible to transform matter into energy and energy into matter. Therefore, everything around us and within us in one form or another is energy. Scientists often find it simpler and more convenient to continue treating matter and energy as separate. As High Ideologue of the House of Ideology, I may be at liberty to identify both matter and energy simply as energy.

 

Discovered content of self is the seed body. I derive limits to the set of positive possibilities for the description of the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body from measurements made available to me by a foundation of truth and knowledge of theory based on scientifically reproducible discovery.  I use common sense and my better judgment in forgoing the scientific exactitude of an exhaustive examination of all positive possibilities. Instead, I choose to adopt very broad terms. I describe limits to the range of values for the set of positive possibilities as being neither equal to zero or infinity. That is I describe the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of self as being equal to some finite quantity.

 

A scientist mathematician might choose these words. As an ideologue, I seek a phrase to describe the quantity of energy inherent within the being of the seed body of self that like poetry conveys additional emotional and or spiritual connotations. A phrase such as Ďaliení would be suitable to describe the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of self. The phrase alienation describes a condition of isolation. In the field of psychology, the phrase alienation is used by some to describe a state of estrangement between the self and the objective world, or between different parts of the personality. In popular culture, some use the phrase alienation to describe a condition of being alienated, unfriendly, hostile, and or estranged. Estrangement is a very real possibility for a living infernal fractal entity caught up in the conflict of predator and prey, game of survival and sacrifice, drama of life and death, catharsis of comedy and tragedy and existence of discovery and mystery in a body consuming biosphere on a crusted magma globe.

Since only finite quantities may be isolated and quantities equal to zero or infinity may not be isolated, it is appropriate in a quantitative sense to use a phrase such as alien to describe the limited finite quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of self. Building an outlook on self based solely on my limited perceptions of my finite material existence and summarily dismissing any notion of the possible existence of a divine eternal essence of self would lead me to experience alienation. For these reasons, I use the phrase 'alien' to describe the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of self.

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