Directly out of Cause and Effect

 


As we were discussing the RMCM, throughout the past 14 years, we (Rick and me, Don) came to believe that we needed categories of “simplicity” to allow us to find the outermost construct of a given complexity, presuming Complexity grows inwardly. At some distance from where we are now we intend to apply the model to existing disciplines – Arithmetic, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Linguistics, etc. to provide an universal encapsulation that completes the missing pieces of a general theory of everything.

To that distant end, we introduce our first and simplest aggregate as well as our first investigative lexical tool. The Innate (Innate Condition).

The Innate is defined as : that which arises Directly out of Cause and Effect. Innate encapsulates an event, the action of closing a switch. The innate requires a capacity for flow whether or not the flow actually occurs. As you can see, things become quickly complicated; a door is like a switch. A gate is a switch, and a lightswitch is a switch but only when the power is on?

We intervene here with Condition.  A Condition is a flow. The Innate Condition is any given flow arising Directly out of Cause and Effect.