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Old 01/10/2008, 09:53 PM
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separates everything
brings it all together
AND

brings it all together
separates everything.

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not on the same scale.
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Old 02/10/2008, 11:43 AM
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brings it all together
separates everything.

BUT

not on the same scale.
I agree that they can both be involved in these activities.
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Old 02/10/2008, 05:48 PM
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AND

brings it all together
separates everything.

BUT

not on the same scale.
Care to clarify? Or give a good example, at least.
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Old 03/10/2008, 01:42 AM
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What "whole thing" are you talking about? If you're referring to Socionics, I thought she was INTp.
Yeah same as Ayn.

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Care to clarify? Or give a good example, at least.
It is quite simple actually: Since CPUNe is same as CPUNi, and CPUNe determines both CPUSe (which is same as CPUSi) and CPUTi ( which is same as CPUTe and determines CPUFi (which is same as CPUFe) everything follows by adjusting one variable. So if you know your CPUNi then the CPU's of all other variables else follow.

From the above reasoning obviously, Ne and Ni must to support each other otherwise they would destroy each other.

How can they support each other? By doing the same job on different scales!

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Old 03/10/2008, 01:56 AM
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It is quite simple actually: Since CPUNe is same as CPUNi, and CPUNe determines both CPUSe (which is same as CPUSi) and CPUTi ( which is same as CPUTe and determines CPUFi (which is same as CPUFe) everything follows by adjusting one variable. So if you know your CPUNi then the CPU's of all other variables else follow.

From the above reasoning obviously, Ne and Ni must to support each other otherwise they would destroy each other.

How can they support each other? By doing the same job on different scales!
o.0 Even the database TILTed on that one.
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Old 03/10/2008, 02:24 AM
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Yeah same as Ayn.



It is quite simple actually: Since CPUNe is same as CPUNi, and CPUNe determines both CPUSe (which is same as CPUSi) and CPUTi ( which is same as CPUTe and determines CPUFi (which is same as CPUFe) everything follows by adjusting one variable. So if you know your CPUNi then the CPU's of all other variables else follow.

From the above reasoning obviously, Ne and Ni must to support each other otherwise they would destroy each other.

How can they support each other? By doing the same job on different scales!
BTW thanks for macro and micro idea @Cy. Did it piss you off my stealing it? I felt a little bit ashamed stealing the basic concept from you (which was a better version of my original idea BTW).

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o.0 Even the database TILTed on that one.
Read it slowly. It's not a joke this time (but a logical consequence of an axiom invented by someone at this forum).

Can you feel it?

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Old 03/10/2008, 02:32 PM
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BTW thanks for macro and micro idea @Cy. Did it piss you off my stealing it? I felt a little bit ashamed stealing the basic concept from you (which was a better version of my original idea BTW).
Is Ti the hard drive and Te the software? Ti is ROM and Te is RAM. Can we build a Prom out of spare parts?
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Old 03/10/2008, 04:16 PM
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Read it slowly. It's not a joke this time (but a logical consequence of an axiom invented by someone at this forum).

Can you feel it?
*rereads*
*still gets nothing*
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Old 05/10/2008, 09:26 PM
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Is Ti the hard drive and Te the software? Ti is ROM and Te is RAM. Can we build a Prom out of spare parts?
Prom... Haha! Didn't think of that. It's true.

Being part of the same function, Ti and Te must have an interface and it is reasonable to assume that both functions are sharing the same hardware and software. Otherwise internal communication between those two functions within us would be impossible and externally speaking you would not be able to understand anything at all of what I am saying here, which is clearly not the case obviously, and therefore I am right, at least partially or infinitesimally small little little little littlely littley bittely.

Prom works fine. It's just that it needs calibration to be more convincing.

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Old 08/10/2008, 11:34 AM
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Prom... Haha! Didn't think of that. It's true.

Being part of the same function, Ti and Te must have an interface and it is reasonable to assume that both functions are sharing the same hardware and software. Otherwise internal communication between those two functions within us would be impossible and externally speaking you would not be able to understand anything at all of what I am saying here, which is clearly not the case obviously, and therefore I am right, at least partially or infinitesimally small little little little littlely littley bittely.

Prom works fine. It's just that it needs calibration to be more convincing.
Is living just a form of procrastination?
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Old 08/10/2008, 11:46 PM
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Is living just a form of procrastination?
It happens... How do you get out of the loop?
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Old 09/10/2008, 12:12 AM
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It happens... How do you get out of the loop?
Probably different for you than I. Could read up on enneagram, that's supposed to have ideas about that sort of thing which tailored to who we are.
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