1. I have designed a new temporal logic that is active in the time domain.

Is anyone in this forum familiar with any logic that operates in the time domain rather than in the space domain?

2.

4. All currently used logic systems are couched and operate in the space-domain.

Alan Turing's contribution that (with other's help) ultimately provided
the desktop computer also inhabits the space domain exclusively.
(see his "endless tape")

5. That's not elucidation it's a series of claims.

6. Yeah, explanation is needed. All computers are logic systems that operate in the time domain, via a "clock" in the chipset. The clock can be as simple as putting out a series of 1's and 0's at a certain rate, which is feed into the logic gates of the chip. Along with flip flops, things that flip between 1 and 0 when given a 1, but stay the same when given a 0, (the most basic concept of memory) you've got the foundation of a computer. Is what you're talking about different?

1. The first point is to establish one aspect of the terrain about which
we converse.

2. The fundamental logic operations in Boolean, Boolean-sequential,
First Order, and Propositional Logics (and all currently-used others)
are "spatial" operations that can be charted in static matrices or
maps.

3. The rapidity of the computer fools you into thinking you might be
witnessing dynamic transforms, when it is really a series of static frames
that are being accessed and evaluated, one by one or one against the next
just like the logic of the ancients.

4. In all of those logics, even the ones called "temporal," time is stopped
during evaluation and the premises are fixed labels or static values or
"pictures."

8. Originally Posted by CharlieM
Is anyone in this forum familiar with any logic that operates in the time domain rather than in the space domain?
Yes, it is called Cause and Effect.

There is a suggestion that we limit ourselves to only one post per thread where we call somebody a crank.
I am using that post up now.

Hello Crank!