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Hierarchy

Some previously fundamental phenomena, thought to be abstract or fundamentally unexplained, may be redefined as being non-fundamental when derived in terms of our scheme.

Below, we list the levels of abstraction that may be useful for placing physical or ontological phenomena. For example, the electron is a fermion, and therefore has an internal structure of four waves.

Level | Concept | Description |

1 | Duality | The idea that a variable can have more than one possible value. Binary duality is simply ±n |

2 | Fundamental property | Assignment of value to a reality-based variable, having fundamental meaning. |

3 | State vector | A wave state, in terms of axes {a,b,c} (*extended view) |

4 | Elemental value | A source vector, de-referenced by a projecting state vector, having dimensional values on the axes described in number types. |

5 | Wave | A sinusoidal wave in one axis {b}. We may extend the geometry to {a,b,c} (*for an extended view.) |

6 | Boson | Two bound two waves, as an oscillator, being a latent offset from a fermion event. |

7 | Fermion | A unique solution of two bosons at special phase condition: two of the waves (from different bosons) have exact phase −b. |

8 | Quantum action | A single collapse of bosons into a fermion event. |

9 | Classical approximation, Macroscopic integration | Space-time-like distances as an integration of quantum actions, composite particles, inertia. |

10 | Sensory measurement | The use of many phase values to gain a statistical approximation of relative position in Euclidean 3D space. |

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