Saturday, July 06, 2013

Proposal: Functions

Quorums 8-0. — Quirck

Adminned at 09 Jul 2013 00:50:02 UTC

Enact a new rule entitled “Functions”:

If two Atoms’ Essences have exactly one Essential Letter in common, then there exists a Function between the dissimilar Essential Letters of those Atoms’ Essences. (The Function may be considered a bijection because it is symmetric.) Such a Function is said to go through the Domains of the corresponding Atoms. If two different (though not necessarily disjoint) pairs of Atoms both have Functions between the same Essential Letters, those pairs and their Functions are said to be homomorphic. If both Functions additionally go through the same Domains, they are said to be isomorphic.

A category-theoretical idea. Applications left as an exercise. (Did someone already make that joke?)

Comments

Arlnoff:

07-06-2013 14:59:13 UTC

An Atom is only defined by their Essence and not their Nucleons?

Wakukee:

07-07-2013 02:29:54 UTC

imperial

Tavros:

07-07-2013 13:46:50 UTC

imperial

RaichuKFM: SHE/HER

07-07-2013 17:08:20 UTC

for

Arlnoff:

07-07-2013 17:09:22 UTC

imperial

quirck: HE/HIM

07-07-2013 18:30:05 UTC

for

Larrytheturtle:

07-07-2013 20:25:07 UTC

for

nqeron:

07-08-2013 13:14:17 UTC

imperial