The word custom implies group doctrines, the guide is social and, according to David Hume, is an excellent pathway to prosperity.

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Context is King

All my possessions for a moment of time.

- Elizabeth I (1533-1603)

A Good Planck Lets You Picket - Another pathetic planksip Pun Alliterated Möbius Style

A Good Planck Lets You Picket - Another pathetic planksip Pun Alliterated Möbius Style

Context is King

Inspired by Elizabeth I (1533-1603)'s quote, "All my possessions for a moment of time.". The titled responsion could be interpreted a few ways...

The most plebian and therefore probably likely; "her" time was under duress and prompted this proposal of sorts by the Queen to her opressors. If this how the Queen truly negotiates to a higher power we know for certain she had a relationship with the "person" formally known as God. All kinding aside and back into play, we could develop a metaphysical scale. On one end of the spectrum you look at the contextual complexity of the primary non-material claims. For instance, the Queen puts her material possessions on the table, so to speak, for a contract with time. Time on a concept may be a metaphysical concept, the most diluted that I can imagine. Then comes mathematics as a discipline, it's "saving Grace" is that it maps pretty much perfect on to the real world for predictive power. On the opposite end of this metaphyscical projection screen lie our metaphyscial imaginings, concepts on top of concept, schemas through about and indentity mixed in everywhere. A jumble for sure. If you where going to match AI to human consciousness to Artificial Intelligence this is how I would do it.

Will Freeman (2020) - The Literary Fiction and Companion Title to the p.(x) by Philosopher Daniel Sanderson

Context is King

Inspired by David Hume's quote, "Custom is the great guide to human life.". The titled responsion is customarily taken to mean removed from you at the border because without the correct documents this sentence makes absolutely no sense.

The word custom implies group doctrines, the guide is social and, according to David Hume, is an excellent pathway to prosperity. The organic platform and reference to civil disobedience imply an offensive stance separating the good from the good enough.

Freedom Comes with Responsibility

Inspired by Thomas Paine (1737-1809)'s quote, "Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.". The titled responsion is subtle call to manhood and depending how long we want to dwell on this feminist bait, let's leave it in the past and move on.

Using a responsive model of ability metrics will measure the possible responses available to individuals. Ranking the priority of response is more of an ideal and to keep a safe distance from idealism, I propose a counterpointing data set of ethics in a hierarchy of good versus bad, pleasure versus pain.

That's a very practical approach

Inspired by Max Planck (1858-1947)'s quote, "Scientific discovery and scientific knowledge have been achieved only by those who have gone in pursuit of it without any practical purpose whatsoever in view.". At first, the titled responsion implies a subtle exclusive club among st "members only", and yet it has a hint of protagonist throughout.

The after-taste lingers in not to distal memory networks as maybe I am wrong, it's a call to arms for all of us to peruse a passion out of pure edification. Fixate on something and tell me if it's your passion! Go ahead, I dare you. I double dare you!

Bohr's Crazy Criteria

Inspired by Niels Bohr (1885-1962)'s quote, "Your theory is crazy, but it's not crazy enough to be true.". The titled responsion is comical to the core, the unknown that Physicists try to expose is a love affair with reality. What happened? Well, it's complicated.

We don't need to "believe" in religious dogmas to aid in social conditioning, my vote is for counterfactual, understanding the religion, understanding the heuristic of believe and using it, pretending if you will, to benefit your life. As long as we are honest about it and more cognitively aware of what is going on. And this I see as possible. We are in a cognitive resolution aren't we? So I hear!

Picketing is a forme of Fencing

Inspired by William Faulkner (1897-1962)'s quote, "There is something about jumping a horse over a fence, something that makes you feel good. Perhaps it's the risk, the gamble. In any event it's a thing I need.". The titled responsion seams odd to follow Bohr's Crazy Criteria but this article unfolds chronologically. Do you?  

Variety extends beyond semantics. In this case, the duality is also a protest and a pun, alliterated beyond all recognizable presuppositions. The basis for this approach is safety in numbers and, ironically, stands as all hands greatest defense.

Clinching the Cliché

Inspired by Eudora Welty (1909-2001)'s quote, "All serious daring starts from within.". The titled responsion is an inside joke where the punchline, if your life turns out to be comical, will still be ironic. A beautiful contradiction ending in oblivion...

The radial motions of the shadows captured in a plank length originates from the sun. Background narratives further illustrated the science of it all and our significance in this universe.

A Good Planck Lets You Picket - Another pathetic planksip Pun Alliterated Möbius Style

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