There is steadily increasing evidence that using proximate extended platforms linked by string theory was a fortunate choice.  There is also good reason to believe that many platforms contain indigenous life forms, perhaps able to communicate and transit.  At stake, then, is the prospect of redefining what a universe actually is in terms of its numbers, units, properties, life forms, and boundary conditions.  If progress cannot be made with this discipline, all the promise IPv8 has will not permit functional engagement.   Placing this argument on the network did not produce values, etc., but did get acknowledgement.

Advances in tunneling theory and a prospect of obsoleting impulse drives mandate devoting adequate resources to navigation. This will not be navigation in the Cartesian textbooks, and will require developing a totally new science.  In this sense, using data collected by thousands of readings of the descriptors in IPv8 data packets, (i) isolated in the 1995 diary entry but present in earlier work, (ii) in sightings, e.g. Saturn where it does not belong, and (iii) when fleshing out all the information in responses to this correspondence, should be sufficient for a meaningful start.  For the first pass, incorporating concepts used in the Triad data collection so that energy and other differentials become immediately apparent may accelerate the learning curve. That being said, placing the argument for developing a credible science for this effort on IPv8 has drawn another comprehensive reaction from the Web 4.0 population.

At stake is the prospect of redefining what a universe is in terms of its numbers, units, properties, life forms, and boundary conditions.  As experience with the combined effect of Triad theory as an organic whole progressed, it became evident that the original concept of the whole Triad project, while an admirable start, did not separate pieces of the puzzle.

This deficiency was addressed by identifying organic elements of a system able to react to the biochemical components of the structure.  Results, while retaining advantages of IPv8, made dramatic improvements in output quality.  Results to date enabled publishing the following:

“3:58 am: Transmissions from intergalactic travelers lost in a corridor monitored by IPv9 demonstrated complexity of equations required to bound it.  Their complexity and boundary conditions of the existing network ruled out the possibility of “starting from scratch” for a route with a terminal on this planet.  Alternatives permitted in Policy went on the table just as the transmission terminated.”  (5.2.17)


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