The Initial Insights are told in five chapters that describe and graph the dynamics of the original Two-By-Two Chalkboard Model of Quadernity, which, by the way, got its name by appearing, as if upon a chalkboard in my mind, during early morning visions that commenced in 1999 and have continued to this day.
In two ways, Quadernity is analogous to a hologram:
- our impression of the whole gathers detail and clarifies as we examine it from additional angles;
- and any version (or fragment) can represent* the full picture.
*Whereas cutting up a photograph would give fragments of the original image, cutting up a holographic record will, instead, multiply the image. Every piece carries the information of the whole.
Like a hologram, all the implications of Quadernity can be extrapolated in depth and breadth from the original Chalkboard Model, presented here in this chapter, as well as from any of the later renderings presented under the mast-head tab, More Models Evolve.
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