CORE CONCEPTS:
New Concepts from My Innovative Philosophy


      *Exponential Efficiency
           (1) The Volitional Principle of perpetual motion says that if there is
              an efficiency of 0.5 on unity, energy of 2 may be produced from
                               an energy of 1. If significant excess energy is produced,
                                      theoretically friction may be overcome.
      
                                      Devices attempting to use this principle may be
                                      found
HERE.

          (2) In logic, if the number of permutations is fewer than the number
               of  initial categories, then exponential knowledge may be
              
 produced. This may be more mechanically / economically efficient
               than quantum computing.
For example,
               
Coppedge's categorical deduction.

          (3) If a formula offers information no other formula can find,
              this is also a kind of exponential. For example, a formula that
              does something miraculous liking
guessing any question, or
              
finding the core content based on a title as I have done,
              may exponentially simply the process of reaching special
              information.

       * Free Economics.
         
       (1) Projects like the program for free income to households in Kenya
            and Social Security Disability program in the U.S. may be
            bolstered by the invention of
free energy.

       (2) A method of economics based on categorical deduction may be
            called dimensional economics, virtual economics, or quantum
            economics. Similar theories may be found in organizations such as
            
the first institute devoted to dimensions, and The Dimensional
            Academy of Engineering. The Academy dates to back to 1999.

       *Generalized Problem-Solving

                      The
Programmable Heuristics.




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