Notation is a way of denoting something like musical notation benotes the musical score.

. This is about a general notation form which can be used anywhere. There really isn't anything

"profound" about this principle or notation, it is merely a principle of conceptualization.

What is "new" about this notation is the explicite denoting of "relationship."

It is not usually found in other forms of notation in spite of the fact that it is obvious

once understood. It appears that most prior work "oversimplified,"

by leaving this relationship out of the notation.






The General Principle and Tetronic Notation


This is the general form without any identifiers. There are two rules being followed; all elements are horizontal while all relatinships are vertical.

There are two elements (the horizontals) and one whole. Between the elements is their relationship The vertical.

The whole is the emergent property of this relationship denoted here by the single horizontal line.

This is a poetic version of the principle and notation stated in general terms

Here we have an actual application illustrating Hegel's "Triad", a model of his philosophy.

Notice that there is a relationship between the Thesis and Antithesis according to this model.

Hegel does not include this relationship in his Thesis>Antithersis>Synthesis Triad.

This tool is useful for ilustrating all fields at the ontological levels.

Does anyone know what the relationship between Bits forming a Byte

is called by computer science? There is no name for it...Bitting?

Here we have a schematic of a simple system.

Notice the multiperspectives (scales) that are present in even a simple system.

Here we have a complex system using this writing as an illustration.


Here I have illustrated Early Greek Philsophy using the tetronic notation as a template. Thales may have been the first scientist when the eclispe Thales predicted actually occured, and then science would be born on May 25th 585 B.C. . Thales was the first to break away from the magic of that era, saying that the universe is made of a "stuff" like water. Aneximenies argued that this stuff must be boundless like Air. Heraclitus argued for change, like in a fire. It was Empedocleus who put them all together into Water Air Fire and Earth, governed by the forces of love and hate.


And herre I have diagrammed out Chinese philosophy See Chapter 42, Tao te Ching. The whole, in Chinese thought, is not the whole if it is explained. ("The Tao that is explained is not the Tao" From Tao comes ONE. And one means TWO. And two means THREE. From Nothing comes something and something else and their relationship. From the three comes the TEN THOUSAND THINGS. There's Yin and Yang in the 10,000 things, and HARMONY is achieved by combining these forces.


This is a diagram of hte relation between the elements of thermodynamics used by Professor Emeritus Reino Hakala at GSU. The diagram also works with "H" on the right side of the picture.


This is the same thing in Tetronic Notation.

Or, more precisely;


This is Rosen's relational model


And this is a more complex version of Rosen's modeling relation in tetronic notation.

This is a copy of the worksheet from my ISSS1994 paper presented at Asilomar.

This is the HEAD of my Jounal of the Obvious Principle which I did with CorelDraw in 1991

Here is the whole thing. Check out the Calculus in Tetronic Notation at the bottom of the page, left.

When I showed this to Prof Hakala, he looked at it for a long while then said, "There's a mistake right there."

Calculus is a hierarchy of relationships.


It would be three more years before I would find Ludwig von Bertalanffy's "General System Theory" in which he defines a system

as "...elements in standing relationship." It took 22 years to discover him. Which is odd because many times I can open a book and

find what I am looking for instantly. It never works if I try to repeat it. So what I have been working with all this time is a "system."