-Initial abstract- (First abstract, please critique)

Observations: I cannot physically observe this at the level this theory goes into, such tools to do so on a microscopic level are hard to procure when you're only a high school student. However, based on my thoughts and from what I know (As I'm using knowledge I myself am privy to and as such, do not cite any other similar works), I have thought of how things interact with each other, how these interactions cause outcomes to occur, and new factors to be created under the umbrella of a new environment. I don't know how I could test this, but I'm thinking of starting mathematically, representing factors, outcomes and continued interaction in a mathematical equation (My mathematical calculations are not finished, so they're not in this post).

Methods: I have none as of yet, other than using mathematics to represent continued interaction and change assuming variables are causing things to change as they naturally do as time passes.

Goals: I want to develop an equation to accurately express the continued interaction between factors (Factors could be atoms or molecules). Most mathematical problems have an input and an output. I however, am looking to create an equation to only represent the continued passage of time and continuity of interaction. The inputs are factors that already exist, such as atoms and molecules, there will be no output. I am not attempting to create a math problem, rather, a representation. It can't be an equation, because it equates to nothing, it is only a representation, an axium, if you will.

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The theory of continuity March 8th, 2009

Section I: Continuity and its properties

Section II: The law of eventuality

Section III: Factors, outcomes and societal universality

Section IIII: Inactive and active factors

Section V: Relative, direct and indirect factor interaction

Section VI: Factors and outcomes relative to continuity

Continuity and its properties

The continuity of existence is universal in all things both organic and synthetic. Continuity in itself is the forward flow of time, which inherently enables the continued interaction between factors which as a result, creates occurred outcomes, and possibilities for new outcomes due to interaction between factors, which can be analogous to a circuitous cycle. Factors can be seen as molecules hitting each other, or atoms, the principle is the same. Everyday, a sidewalk is hit by rain, and atoms and molecules are taken from it with each raindrop. Everyday, a motor vehicle is driven down the road, rubber from its tires are left behind. The universal existentiality of continuity has another factor. A factor inherent in time and continuity, it can be in two forms and is thusly two properties. Accumulation and degradation. These two properties are always in existence, and depending upon the situation, always apparent. In the case of accumulation, in eventuality, .01% will always become 100%, with no exception, unless otherwise affected by some external factor. In the case of humans, and all other organic life, variability is always existent, and as such, continuity, while being a constant, has inherent with it properties which do not always occur with exact consistency. They are always occurring, but are not always occurring in the same amounts. Meaning, in 2 days, 100 atoms could have been taken from a sidewalk due to rain, but in the next 2 days, only 93 atoms were taken due to rain. Every factor must be considered, and every factor interacts with every other factor. But in the case of degradation, as with accumulation, .01%, will always become 100% with no exception, even though these variables exist. It is however possible to remove 100% from the equation, 100% being the effects of variability, and accumulation and degradation being the properties of continuity with the effects of variability. 100% represents a full cycle of continuity, wherein all chances to avoid complete accumulation or degradation have passed. If consistency is applied to the .01% factor, although variability cannot be removed, the varying of variability can be controlled, allowing the properties of continuity to be variable, but at the same time allow them to be controlled.

The law of eventuality

With the properties of accumulation and degradation which are associated with continuity, comes the factor of variability, and just as prevalent with continuity, is eventuality. Eventuality is in essence continuity in itself. However, eventuality represents not the flow of time itself which transfers existence from now into the future, but the effects of the properties of continuity which will reach a certain point in effect on the environment at a certain time. 100% accumulation or degradation is an inevitability, unless something is acted on by an external force. Variability is both an internal and external force. Which means variability exists both within the factors of the present, and the outcomes which will arise from the interaction between these factors. Eventuality is the eventual outcomes of factors based on the factors which exist, interacting with each other, and the factors which could exist, from the interaction between all factors creating the possibility of new factors. Which also produces the possibility of new outcomes.

Factors, outcomes and societal universality

When looked at from a physical point of view, universal existence is existential. In fact, universal existence, is all that really exists in a state of physicality. If you throw something, it will hit the ground, and the noise created will be heard from anyone near it who has the sense of hearing, regardless of their ethnicity, nationality, race, religion, belief system, or societal position. If universal existentiality is truly all that exists, then it would be reasonable to assume that a universal reasoning or understanding can be achieved by all beings in existence. If there is such a universal existence, then that means that all factors, interact with each other on an invariably universal level. Each atom can be looked at as a factor, and potential outcome. For each atom, there is one outcome, for each outcome; there is a different factor which can be created as a result of that outcome. This can be expressed with the equation below.

IF+RF=O (Initiating Factor) plus (Reactionary Factor) equals (Outcome)

There are two different types of factors. Initiating factors, and reactionary factors. Initiating factors are factors which act on other factors to create an outcome (Hence IF+RF=O). The outcome occurs in the instant that the initiating factor acts on the reactionary factor (Bumps into it and causes movement)

The addition of two factors results in one outcome, which inherently results in the disappearance of the two preexisting factors and resulting in the subsequent existence of one new factor and one new outcome, with many new possible outcomes. If universal existence is existent, then all factors would be interacting with each other in a predetermined predefined space, or environment. All things interacting on the Earth conform to Earth’s law of gravity unless it is too light to be pulled down. But if such things were heavier, they would be affected by gravity.

So, if such a universal reality exists, than the laws of continuity and its properties of accumulation and degradation according to the law of eventuality are true, meaning variability which is inherent in the properties of continuity is the cause of instability, which results in unexpected unpredictability, and thusly, an inability to preserve one’s existence according to what universal existence requires that which is within it to adapt to.

Inactive and active factors

Factors can be inactive or active. Active factors are factors which interact with other factors and thus produce results. Inactive factors are inanimate factors, or, stationary factors relative to the movement of their surroundings, which maintain a state of inactivity and do not interact with other factors, because they remain consistent and balanced, they are the prime example of invariability and stability, and thus predictability. Inactive factors do not interact with other factors, as inactive factors are either not moving, which is a rarity, or, move in synchronization with the factors around them and move relative to their environment creating an effect of seemingly suspended animation. Active factors are subject to continuity and the properties of it, such as accumulation, degradation, and variability, which are continuity and progress. Inactive factors are not subject to continuity, or the properties of it, and thusly are not subject to eventuality, which means, until inactive factors are acted on by active factors and an external force, they will maintain equilibrium, invariability, and predictability until such occurs.

Relative, direct and indirect factor interaction

As stated before, there are two different types of factors. Initiating factors, and reactionary factors. Initiating factors are the factors exerting force on a reactionary factor. There is always an initiating factor; the first initiating factor can be thought of as the factor which began the existence of matter and interaction. But since there is no evidence as to the beginning of the existence of all matter, one cannot be certain what the first initiating factor was. But it is provable and evident that initiating factors do exist. And it can be theorized that the first initiating factor was similar to a generation, and organic continuum. One initiating factor transfers its initiation to the factor it is interacting with, exchanging the role of initiation to the reactionary factor, receiving initiation, transforming the reactionary factor, into the initiating factor. Which will then exert force and affect another factor, or multiple factors, and transfer its initiating role to the reactionary factors, again, turning them into initiating factors acting on nearby other factors. In this way, roles are transferred, and predictable affect happens continually again and again, as illustrated in the chart below.

Factors and outcomes relative to continuity

A factor is something which exists and interacts with other factors in existence. This interaction produces outcome. Eventuality is the eventual outcome of all outcomes relative to what outcomes had occurred in the first place, which created the current eventual environment in which the resulting outcomes had occurred in, as every new outcome which occurs due to the interaction of two factors is a unique outcome, and thusly creates new factors, or a new environment for factors to exist in, due to the change in factors, it can be equated to a total change in environment. The continued albeit inevitable continuum of factors interacting with each other to produce outcomes is the essence of continuity. Continuity does not exist when no factors, ergo, no matter exists. This being said, if matter exists, continuity exists, and there are factors. But only if factors are active and moving do they interact. Inactive factors also play a big part in the environment as well. Inactive factors, such as things like the moon, which have little or no atmosphere, have no surface movement. Meaning, the sand stays in the same place, and all factors, or atoms, on the moon, are virtually inactive and thus do not achieve or produce outcomes, due to the fact that they do not interact. This means to say that there are still outcomes existent which may occur, but they cannot occur until an active factor interacts with inactive factors creating occurrence and continuity. But with this inactivity comes functionality. Inactive factors, such as the moon, are held in place by the gravity by the Sun and Earth, and other planets in the solar system. So, while the moon can be considered a consortium of inactive factors, the existence of these inactive factors promotes equilibrium between coexisting active factors, and maintaining its predictability and linearity of occurrence creates a state of equilibrium and predictability of what will happen in the course of continuity due to its state of inactivity.