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  1. An update: I didn't take a chance to go shopping for cookie ingredients most of this week so maybe on tomorrow (Friday) I might will be able to do so. The innermost cookie monster in me is starving for some cookies; good sugar rush during some breaktimes during daytime or so. Of course, eat with moderation on mind (if recall my history with cookies, pfft... heh). @Phi for All Ya probably, dripping cookies into black coffee then eat. Hmm. @Peterkin Yep, I do want to learn elementary baking and general cooking. I've been a bit of overwork person with misc things and neglecting my adulthood responsibilities with cooking. I tend to cook / make default or normal sandwiches and very basic things but not really medium or deep cooking experience. @CharonY Intellectually speaking, I think just gotta balance and specify (i.e. making and baking cookies) to right mood (psychology) at at given time to enjoy a specified cookie. Experience speaking, I have zero xp with baking cookies so I honestly don't know the outcome of my actions with cooking / baking cookies. We will wait and see. Buying / shopping ingredients then baking cookies will put my intellectual to test.
  2. Yeah, I'm probably being a bit too optimistic at this moment. At least I have a goal to direct my course of actions with cooking / baking.
  3. I'm currently on a quest to buy some missing ingredients to make simple cookies, will probably happen sometime this week. I already have recipes and directions to make simple sugar cookies. But I don't have much of have cooking and baking experience. I know I just gotta watch cookies in oven bake to golden from time to time within mentioned 8-10 minutes (of course presumably dependent on amount of cookie made) or so instead of following the timing solely. My goal is to make the best default cookies ever. 😜
  4. ***** Section 1 - Cover Page ***** Version: 1.2 (Canadian version) Subject: Grey Philosophy, Education, Psychology for Mental Health Type of Document: Layman Guide Summary: The basics of self-aware, reality orientation, balance, belief(s), and unification. For: Everyone Author / Contributor: Tyler A. Snider (Deaf Person) Author / Contributor Date: 2021-December-13 English Language Editor: N/A English Language Editor Date: N/A ***** Section 2 - Table of Contents ***** Topics: Cover Page Table of Contents Introduction Reality Orientation Reality Principles “Constants” of Reality Conceptual Understanding: Balance System Belief Foundation, Belief(s), and Unification ***** Section 3 - Introduction ***** Welcome to the participatory reality. There are other names for it; Nature, Universe, existence, or environment. There may be more termed words for it, that haven’t yet included on this guide. Human Being This guide is written for you with an assumption that you are a human being on outside, inside, or both regardless of differences between you and everyone. Guide This guide is not a fully completed one, it is a current understanding about the reality at the time of authoring this document. The understanding may be further progressed, same, or regressed by the time you read it and may be seen as positive, neutral, negative, or some / all of these as situational dependence. This guide is a bit specifically written for mental health. Starting Point The basics of starting point are as follow: self-aware, reality orientation, balance, belief(s), and unification. Take your time with this. ***** Section 4 - Reality Orientation ***** Subjective Reality The subjective reality is as you or your life. Objective Reality The objective reality is as outside in your life; an environment. Subjective and Objective Reality as One You and environment. Human Beings and Others Human beings and others* are as sentient beings or everyone in an environment. [* - fishes, insects, animals, etc] All You, everyone, and environment. Effect / Affect in a Relation or Relationship Between All An effect or affecting goes between you, everyone, and environment via interaction. Your thinking and behaviour – logically or emotionally is an effect on yourself, everyone, and / or environment via interaction or influence in varying degrees or levels – with or without a physical connection and over any of possible distance. So can everyone and environment as well. Torus Analogy 1. Centre of torus (you or your life). 2. Field of torus (your perceptive environment). 3. Torus intersecting and interacting with other toruses (interaction between you, everyone, and environment). ***** Section 5 - Reality Principles ***** Potentiality Principle All is potentiality; you, everyone, and environment. Chaos – growth of potentiality. Potentiality definition: Capable of growth, development, or coming into existence.[1] [1 - Reference: A word dictionary website | Source: https://www.wordnik.com/words/potentiality] Interaction Principle An interaction is an exchange of physical or non-physical meaning between you, everyone, and environment. It may change you, everyone, and environment in varying degrees or levels - or not as situational dependence. An interaction is inherent in potentiality, thus it can be real and possible for all. ***** Section 6 - "Constants" of Reality ***** The “constants” are emerging standards, ways, or methods of living in the reality. But these may be subjected to change since all is potentiality. The “constants” are as follow: you, environment, interaction / balance / equilibrium / harmonic / harmonic equilibrium, and health. You You as a human or sentient being. This definition applies to everyone whom is human. It may be possible that this definition applies to environment and other sentient beings; animals, fishes, insects, etc. Environment An “outside” that is “separated” from you. It may be possible that this definition applies to you depending on a situation (e.g. your body is an environment to cells.) Interaction / Balance A universal definition of the balance word: - A stable relation, relationship, or interaction between two or more things or people. With or without a physical connection (via other forms of influence) and over any of possible distance. Equilibrium - a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced. - Googled Oxford Languages Harmonic The meanings behind harmony and harmonic – these are clear, defined as follow: - Harmony’s meaning: A relationship in which various components exist together without destroying one another. [2] - Harmonic’s meaning: Of or relating to harmony. [3] [2 - Reference: A word dictionary website | Source: https://www.wordnik.com/words/harmony] [3 - Reference: A word dictionary website | Source: https://www.wordnik.com/words/harmonic] Harmonic Equilibrium A harmonic equilibrium is when two or more things or people co-existing with each other. It may be seen as positive, neutral, negative, or some / all as situational dependence. Health Your survival or health wellness. This definition applies to all; you, everyone, and environment. ***** Section 7 - Conceptual Understanding: Balance System ***** I already made a thread about this, link: https://www.scienceforums.net/topic/125940-balance-system-concepts/ But nevertheless will still reiterate anyway. The balance system is a way for you to be able to efficiently, intellectually, and / or emotionally learn, understand, gain knowledge, then be aware and ground yourself. Also, to hopefully progressively understand the reality as well. When you balance yourself enough, you could or will be able to cognitize or think and feel better within the ‘now’ moment as a human being. Fundamentals Constituting The Balance System Relation / Relationship (relation) a. the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected; a thing's effect on or relevance to another. - Googled Oxford Languages (relationship) b. the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected. - Googled Oxford Languages Balance a condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions. - Googled Oxford Languages Equilibrium a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced. - Googled Oxford Languages System a set of things working together as parts of a mechanism or an interconnecting network. - Googled Oxford Languages Balance System A dynamic system with two or more things or people as opposing forces, influences, or different meanings acting on each other in four different possibilities or states; ‘More’, ‘Balance’, ‘Less’, and ‘Non-Contribution / Absence’, giving arise to six different conditions (see Examples). - Tyler A. Snider The Balance System There are four possibilities or states with the balance system: More, Balance, Less, or Non-Contribution / Absence - giving arise to six different conditions. - More (‘high’ level): Unstable, but may benefit a growth in a relation, relationship, or interaction between two or more things or people. It is with or without a physical connection (via other forms of influence(s)) and over any of possible distance. - Balance (‘medium’ or ‘moderation’ level): A stable relation, relationship, or interaction between two or more things or people. It is with or without a physical connection (via other forms of influence(s)) and over any of possible distance. - Less (‘low’ level): Unstable, but may benefit an opposite of growth in a relation, relationship, or interaction between two or more things or people. It is with or without a physical connection (via other forms of influence(s)) and over any of possible distance. - Non-Contribution / Absence: Unstable - a conceptual nothing, missing, or absence of thing(s) or individual(s) - It may benefit a growth or opposite of growth in a relation, relationship, or interaction between two or more things or people. It is with or without a physical connection (via other forms of influence(s)) and over any of possible distance. Each of these possibilities or states and these six conditions (see Examples) may be perceived as positive, neutral, negative, or some / all as per situational dependence. (see examples picture attached) Expressions of Balance System in Human Being’s Facial Movements and Body Behaviours Also, these four possibilities; More, Less, Balance, and Non-Contribution / Absence can be seen as expressions as in your facial movements and body behaviours. A few examples are as follow: - Neutral facial expression: Balanced or Non-Contribution / Absence - Happy facial expression: More - Sad facial expression: Less At the root of these expressions is vibration ranging from low to high or vice versa. Vibration connectivity in a relation / relationship between two or more things or people. Feeling, emotional intelligence. emotional understanding leading to logic, but not too much logic or emotion - a dance of balance between both – shaping thoughts and behaviours, getting used to both and self-adjustments to that; Psychology preparedness. ***** Section 8 - Belief Foundation, Belief(s), and Unification ***** At first place, self-belief is a foundation then after that could choose different beliefs; to lead or follow depending on situation. There are different beliefs about the nature of yourself, everyone, and environment. When you are well balanced between chaos and order concept enough, you could be able to choose one or more for yourself and your path in your life. Benevolent should be encouraged to be primary goal within yourself and path in your life. The goal of this guide paper is to get you back on feet and start living your life. “Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.” - Albert Einstein Link: https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/75943-once-we-accept-our-limits-we-go-beyond-them morphic-reality-guide_version-1-2_by-tyler-a-snider_2021_this-one.pdf
  5. Yep. Except the fact that this thread is focused specifically on the basics of gravity. You interjected into and jumped to some forces or other interactions, leading me to re-shift my focus to these which is not what I originally intended.
  6. @studiot and @swansont, thanks for replying. I understand a bit better about the distance of interactions, but after reading some on fundamental interaction wiki page.. I'm a bit overwhelmed by it at this moment, but one thing caught my attention, this snippet of paragraph on the fundamental interaction wiki page: "An even bigger challenge is to find a way to quantize the gravitational field, resulting in a theory of quantum gravity (QG) which would unite gravity in a common theoretical framework with the other three forces. Some theories, notably string theory, seek both QG and GUT within one framework, unifying all four fundamental interactions along with mass generation within a theory of everything (ToE)." link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fundamental_interaction Quantize = Requires an understanding of quantum mechanics in order to quantize gravity (transition from classical to QM) , but I do not fully understand QM (e.g. mathematics). Still, I feel a drawing or pulling to the gravity topic as part of science subject. I feel like jumping to it.
  7. - Question "Gravity is the weakest of the four fundamental interactions of physics, approximately 1038 times weaker than the strong interaction, 1036 times weaker than the electromagnetic force and 1029 times weaker than the weak interaction. As a consequence, it has no significant influence at the level of subatomic particles.[4] In contrast, it is the dominant interaction at the macroscopic scale, and is the cause of the formation, shape and trajectory (orbit) of astronomical bodies." link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravity It seems to me that the gravity or gravitation adds or builds up in interaction from microscopic (e.g. sub-atomic particles) to macroscopic level (stars, planets, etc?) the more it is depended by mass?
  8. Currently, I like discussion and interaction with some people or posters here from some different places, all is nice / cool sometimes. Past (joining this forums), I was looking for a truth in science and philosophy section on it.
  9. 1. Fundamentals Constituting The Balance System Relation / Relationship (relation) a. the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected; a thing's effect on or relevance to another. - Googled Oxford Languages (relationship) b. the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected. - Googled Oxford Languages Balance a condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions. - Googled Oxford Languages Equilibrium a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced. - Googled Oxford Languages System a set of things working together as parts of a mechanism or an interconnecting network. - Googled Oxford Languages Balance System A dynamic system with two or more things or people as opposing forces, influences, or different meanings acting on each other in four different possibilities or states; ‘More’, ‘Balance’, ‘Less’, and ‘Non-Contribution / Absence’, giving arise to six different conditions (see 3. Examples). - Tyler S. 2. The Balance System There are four possibilities or states with the balance system: More, Balance, Less, or Non-Contribution / Absence - giving arise to six different conditions. - More (‘high’ level): Unstable, but may benefit a growth in a relation, relationship, or interaction between two or more things or people. It is with or without a physical connection (via other forms of influence(s)) and over any of possible distance. - Balance (‘medium’ or ‘moderation’ level): A stable relation, relationship, or interaction between two or more things or people. It is with or without a physical connection (via other forms of influence(s)) and over any of possible distance. - Less (‘low’ level): Unstable, but may benefit an opposite of growth in a relation, relationship, or interaction between two or more things or people. It is with or without a physical connection (via other forms of influence(s)) and over any of possible distance. - Non-Contribution / Absence: Unstable - a conceptual nothing, missing, or absence of thing(s) or individual(s) - It may benefit a growth or opposite of growth in a relation, relationship, or interaction between two or more things or people. It is with or without a physical connection (via other forms of influence(s)) and over any of possible distance. Each of these possibilities or states and these six conditions may be perceived as positive, neutral, negative, or some / all as per situational dependence. 3. Examples See the attached image to this post. 4. Point I think or feel that this or the balance system concepts could be the key to better understand both wisdom in philosophy and some physical phenomena in the Nature.
  10. I do not know except observe its behaviours and infer assumptions, although that is probably non-scientific thing to do since science makes no assumption as impressed upon on me.
  11. I emphasis the importance of these features because: Awareness - A critical feature of consciousness. Any definition, argument, theory, or something like that has to include this one or else none can be understood or defined without awareness to do so. Interfacing - A point between awareness and body, which an interfacing process occurs in order for an awareness to be aware of and perform expression. Expression - Behaviours that demonstrate or indicate interfacing and awareness. There could be varying degrees in each of these features. I have refined the diagram to include three possibilities: Top-to-bottom Consciousness: Machine-alike or engineering components-alike. Bottom-to-Top Consciousness: Emergence. Altogether is Consciousness: Similar to Bottom to up but without an indication of direction (e.g. up or down, just as it is) TBH, I do not know for certain as which one of these possibility is correct or not, only offer these as possibilities.
  12. Consciousness could be consist of three major parts, each with varying degrees of: awareness interfacing expression All of these could overlap with each other as shown on diagram below.
  13. Good morning, all. I have updated the diagram with some minor improvements for better readability; design and adjustment to some fields' placement. It is a final version. It is attached to this post. It is about understanding and helping ourselves and our interactions with each other in a big picture, based on my current perspective on human psychology so far. There are more psychology-related fields that aren't included in the diagram, and it would be interesting if I could include these and unify these alongside with the existing ones - into an unified framework of human psychology. Maybe another time. Enjoy viewing if you are interested in it. (Disclaimer: Again, I remind you and all that both diagrams on 1st and this one are not official psychology information. And I do not know in depth about human psychology, except putting the relation / relationship between fields together.)
  14. [see attached diagram picture to this post] I developed a diagram of human psychology and its fields in a big picture based on my perspective / perception of human psychology. It shows how each group and / or field relation / entail by or to each other. I personally do not know much about human psychology, tbh. Except the relation / relationship between fields was on my mind for a while now. I felt compelled to develop it in order to see what it looks like in a big picture manner. It is a part of my misc / hobby activity. I thought you guys might like to see it, if not then fine. I figured maybe the goal is to learn or gain a different perspective of human psychology and apply it to ourselves in order to progress better or something like that. The list of psychology branches or fields was obtained from the following website - credit: https://www.verywellmind.com/major-branches-of-psychology-4139786 Disclaimer: Also, the diagram is not an official psychology information. Feedback suggestion or something like that is welcomed.
  15. An Additional Question Is energy dispersal a bunch of "mismatched" puzzles leftover? I asked this question because of the jigsaw puzzles analogy I have on my mind regarding the entropy gist. Jigsaw Puzzles Analogy I presume some of us are familiar with the jigsaw puzzles. The rule is we simply put it together correctly to form a complete picture of something. What would happen if we force putting mismatched jigsaw puzzles together? Of course, we would get mismatch or incomplete picture of something. What if mismatched jigsaw puzzles are entropy?
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