The Most Basic Element: Space
‘I need my space…’
Space is an alternate word for ‘freedom.’ Meaning, when we say ‘I need my space,’ we are really saying, I need my ‘freedom.’ So what is ‘freedom’ (and, therefore, space)?
It looks like this:
The diagram shows us how we can, and ‘must,’ imagine ‘space.’ And, therefore, freedom. The diagram shows a basic ‘zero’ and ‘one,’ connected, and, also, separated, by ‘space.’
‘Space’ and Relativity
The ‘top’ and the ‘bottom’ of the diagram is connected, and, also, separated by space. The ‘left’ and the ‘right’ of the diagram is connected, and, also, separated, by, space. The ‘diagonals’ are connected and separated by space. The middle is connected (and separated) to all of these by ‘space.’ Therefore, you need the diagram to understand the basic element (of Nature) called ‘space.’
This proves, to understand, space, you need, to understand, and, accept, ambiguity. Which is an ‘other’ word for ‘multiplicity,’ ‘redundancy’ and ‘recursion.’
Space and Symbolism (Symbols in General)
This lays the foundation for symbols, and symbolism. Which lays the foundation for code and coding. Symbol and code as both a noun, and a verb. Laying the foundation for any (and every) ‘noun’ and ‘verb.’
Explaining both ‘technology’ (artificial and natural intelligence) and ‘biology’ (symbolic and real existence). Where you cannot have X without Y (X, X’) because you cannot have ‘zero’ without ‘one,’ because, you cannot have ‘circumference’ without ‘diameter.’
This explains why architects (and designers) use ‘diagrams’ to explain, and, eventually, effect ‘reality’ (their conception, or creation, of ‘reality’). It, also, explains why, and, also, how, diagrams, visual media of any kind, communicate a ‘version’ of ‘reality,’ that is, definitely supported by some ‘other’ (often an opposing) version of ‘reality.’
Space and the ‘String’
Where we notice, now, you can label this ‘singular’ diagram with any ‘string’ of characters, to effect the ‘same’ and ‘different’ ‘meaning.’
Because the word ‘meaning’ has many ‘meanings.’ Again, going back to the requirement called ‘ambiguity’ (multiplicity, redundancy). Explaining why you cannot have time without space, and, always vice versa.
Where ‘time’ and ‘space’ are abstract concepts, for sure. Because there is a mandatory circular relationship between abstract and concrete (symbolic and real). Causing us to notice, then, there is no such thing as ‘real.’
Space and Ambiguity, Multiplicity, Redundancy
Meaning, a simple circle is the only explanation for the basic element called ‘space.’ Meaning, when we say ‘I need my space,’ we are demonstrating ambiguity, multiplicity, and redundancy, all with one sentence (any string of characters).
Explaining everything that is happening in ‘space,’ including why many ‘nation-states’ want to dominate (in) ‘space.’
Taking us to the whole reason people are, eventually, attracted to the domination required for ‘sex.’ Why ‘sex’ is the main motivation for all universes, including, and, especially, space. And, why, then, all of us, eventually, will have to say ‘I need my space.’
The Most Basic Element: Space
If you get this article, you get ‘everything’ about ‘everything.’ Space joins, and separates, ‘everything’ and ‘anything.’