Registered: Dec 2003
What is the significance of "No Windows" on monads?
Let me tell you.
Let's say I have 2 monads, each with a dimensions x.
monad1.x = 5
monad2.x = 20
Let's say we wanted to find out the distance between these monads.
Obviously, we would suggest monad2.x - monad1.x which = 15.
But the monads are window-less. When I say monad2.x, I just looked directly into the monad.
That's not allowed.
How then do we determine the distance between them?
More monads, operating in such a complex way as to compound and act as an observer, complete with sense organs and a brain.
The relative space between the windowless monads can be determined from relational data encoded in the brain of an observer.
Please, take a look at my paper and free tools, and do pass on my work. If for no other reason than because Leibniz isn't around to champion his vision himself.
Information Science, Neuroscience, Quantum Mechanics, and Leibniz
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