Thursday 18 July 2013

Warp Theory

Dedicated to SAPIR Edward

Language is a set of quanta, which are warped by utterance of human being.
The warped quantum goes to the real world, where the quantum stops its movement.
The real world is the standstill point of language which is called <the end of sentence>.
All the movement quanta to the real world give the guarantee of language.
This movement is supposed to be original energy of SAPIR’s “drift” concept.
<Quantum Theory for Language> is basically influenced by SAPIR, who wrote Language 1921. 
The theory is also influenced by KARCEVSKIJ, who wrote “Du dualisme asymétrique du signe linguistique” 1929.
The concept of warp is the kernel of quantum theory for language.
The concept derives two principles, <reversion principle of quantum> and <time principle of quantum>.
Reversion of quantum is a phenomenon of warp in language.
Connection and separation of quantum which is a part of <time principle of language> is also a phenomenon of warp in language.
The cause of warp is supposed to be in the suspension of utterance of human being.
This suspension occurred by the proceeding of thinking in human being.
The suspension occurs inevitably in thinking, which is an entirely new stepping into our world of idea.
The suspension of utterance is going to be resolved by the regular proceeding of quantum.
This regularity is led by the nearest orbit on the floor of language.
The proceeding of quantum is requested by the guarantee of language.
If there is no proceeding, the utterance of human being is being suspended in the language world eternally.
The utterance of human being generates the warp.
The warp generates the energy of proceeding of quantum.
The proceeding generates the principles, now verified ones are <reversion principle> and <time principle>.
The state of warp is observed by two aspects. One is the speed of proceeding. The other is the touch of two quanta. 

Tokyo October 24, 2004

[Referential note / January 27, 2008]
<Warp Theory interprets and amplifies Reversion Theory.>
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