# Thread: the fundamental theorem of ultra-socionics

1. ## the fundamental theorem of ultra-socionics

the fundamental theorem of ultra-socionics states that people can be described by the letter K.

for example, take a given person. call him jim. the fundamental theorem of ultra-socionics states that jim=K.

the proof is as follows.

assume jim is not equal to K.

divide both sides by 2. jim gets mad. you can't divide jim in half. but, you CAN divide K in half.

jim then is also not equal to K/2. similarly, you can repeat this process for any complex c such that jim is not equal to K/c. thus jim is not equal to any value, which is impossible by definition.

thus jim=K.

consider the implications of the fundamental theorem of ultra-socionics.

all people are alike.

proof:

jim=K. recall that jim is just an example. it wouldn't make any difference if you called the person being described steve. thus steve=K. thus jim=steve. this can be used to prove that every two people are the exact same person.

2. What if I divided him by .5? Jim might like being replicated...

3. ## Re: the fundamental theorem of ultra-socionics

Originally Posted by niffweed17
consider the implications of the fundamental theorem of ultra-socionics.

all people are alike.
Manifest and unmanifest.

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