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    I'm sure that a lot of you are kind of lost with respect to how I know that EM types exist, and have so much certainty that they behave according to model A. The answer lies in a fundamental principle that I observed about Augusta's system of information processing.

    I call this principle the "iron law" of information element differentiation.

    In any system which prioritizes the processing of all 8 information elements, the ordering of those elements will be consistent with model A.
    From a progressive LII's view, this is kinda obvious. You can only prioritize anything by its attributes, by discriminating against one attribute in favor of another. Therefore in any system -- neurological or otherwise -- which decides between information elements must follow model A, because the elements most distinct from the chosen must be the least prioritized.

    There should be a way to show this mathematically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jxrtes View Post
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    Is there anyone who this wasn't obvious to?

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