Inertial Impact Identity

Introducing the Inertial Impact Identity


Cohering a Future System proportioned from Terms for the Directivity of Time.


Causality with Directivity.


A scientific way to identify a system by being a proponent within an overall medium.




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Inertial Impact Identity Components

1.

Citizen Name

2.

Date of Oath and Induction Sequence Number

3.

Causal-Mechanical Edifice

4.

Terms for the Directivity of Time






Golden Ratio Proportion:

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A = Constitutional Jurisprudence


Jurisprudence:  (1.) Problems internal to law and legal systems as such.  (2.) Problems of law as a particular social institution as it relates to the larger political and social situation in which it exists.

Answers to these questions come from four primary schools of thought in general jurisprudence:[3]

Natural law is the idea that there are rational objective limits to the power of legislative rulers. The foundations of law are accessible through human reason and it is from these laws of nature that human-created laws gain whatever force they have.[3]
Legal positivism, by contrast to natural law, holds that there is no necessary connection between law and morality and that the force of law comes from some basic social facts. Legal positivists differ on what those facts are.[4]
Legal realism is a third theory of jurisprudence which argues that the real world practice of law is what determines what law is; the law has the force that it does because of what legislators, judges, and executives do with it. Similar approaches have been developed in many different ways in sociology of law.
Critical legal studies is a younger theory of jurisprudence that has developed since the 1970s. It is primarily a negative thesis that holds that the law is largely contradictory, and can be best analyzed as an expression of the policy goals of the dominant social group.[5]

3 ^ Shiner, “Philosophy of Law”, Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy
4 ^ Soper, “Legal Positivism”, Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy
5 ^ Moore, “Critical Legal Studies”, Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy



B = Citizen Directive Oath & Causal-Mechanical Metric


‘ I, Citizen, witness my inertial impact identity and affirm that it is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth: that I will support the Constitutions of the United States’ State of Colorado and the United States of America with all protection—to and from the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any purpose of evasion or mental reservation; that at this historical moment—with terms for the directivity of time—I signal my willful intent to well and faithfully create this record—so help me Citizens and Nature. ’


First Axiom:
Time possesses a quality, creating a difference in causes from effects.  This is detectable with directivity or pattern.  This property determines the difference in the past from the future.

Proceeding from those circumstances in which: 1) cause is always outside of the body in which the result is realized and 2) the result sets in after the cause.

Second Axiom:
Causes and results are always separated by space. Therefore, between them exists an arbitrarily small, but not equaling zero, spatial difference.

Third Axiom:
Causes and results are separated in time. Therefore, between their appearance there exists an arbitrarily small, but not equaling zero time difference of a fixed sign.


C = Terms for the Directivity of Time



Terms of essence, nature, substance or underlying medium; Essence, nature, substance –> Causal Induction Sequence; Constitutional Rights and Prosperity; Physical Laws; Jurisdictional Laws and Prosperity;


Terms of equilibrium or non-composition; simplicity, simplification; –> Constitutional Oath with Edifice—Definition for Time; Jurisprudential Honorable Law;


Terms of Operation, Power, Cause, Natural Attribute or Property; Energy/operation, power, natural attribute, reason of nature, spermatic reason/logos, logos in the mind of god/undifferentiated reason/logos, etc. –> Jurisprudential System Cycle; Fundamental forces of nature; Causal Threshold Level; Constitutional Rights and Prosperity; Jurisdictional Laws;


Terms of Composition, Results, Effects; Emanatory reason/logos, etc. –> Contracts; Causal Threshold Level; System Cycle Capacity;


Terms of Emanation, Mapping; Emanation, emanatory reason/logos, etc. –> Property Rights and/or License; System Location Coordinates;


Terms of Return, or the “Reverse Engineering” of the Medium; Turn/Return, etc. –> Governmental Endorsement; System Dominance


Terms of Temporality, the “Directivity of Time” –> Participation Threshold