"Knud Soerensen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I can't abide using the word "physic" in the the definition of physics
Whaa!! I'm a baby.
"Examining causation function C(C(X)), with recursion ending at either an
agreed upon law of reality or an accepted paradox or unknown"
Ugly definition. Maybe I should just forget about definitions.
Here is where I think I would naturally start:
[THING] <--> [QUANTITY]
In other words, once I see that there are things that are different from
eachother, that is inexorably tied with the concept of "how many" of thing.
Thus we count!
Well, I can move.I'm here. If I get up and walk I'll be there. I realize
that wherever I go, there I am.
We both started moving through space, but he ran and I walked. He is there
and I'm still on the way. He got there faster than me.
Moving takes time, and the more space I cover in some amount of time means I
went faster. But I notice that whenever I am moving through space, I have
to choose where to place my foot next in order to continue the moving.
Yeah, direction is pretty obviously a thing.
*** So, I would think these are the basic obvious things that humans
instrinsically were aware of.
Did I miss any, or include something I should not have?