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anonymous

  • one year ago

so.... emergent properties... would they be the most apparent, or is "emergent" just whatever exists that can be sensed?

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  1. anonymous
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    Please explain the context

  2. anonymous
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    Emergence is as the word implies coming of something new out of preexisting entities or patterns and creatures.

  3. anonymous
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    Ok for example you get an epiphany about something by talking to someone that is emergentism

  4. anonymous
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    or you go talk to your doctor about your cancer and he gives you a treatment that changes your life that is emergentism as well

  5. anonymous
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    Or by knowing what emergence and emergent properties by means of talking to me and you have a bigger scope of knowledge that is another form of emergentism

  6. anonymous
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    Or that my constant writing irritates the hell out of you then that is another form of emergentism or emergent properties.

  7. anonymous
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    It's a reportive definition. Something people have used for centuries ever since our society came to agree upon the definition of the emergent properties. Moreover, emergent property could be stipulative in that any individual user could use the term to refer to anything that originates from something smaller. Moreover, emergentism could mean virtually anything and nothing at the same time in physics so it's an essentialist definition for gravitational field and such as well.

  8. anonymous
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    Anyway my thought I go and eat breakfast for upcoming day due that you have not responded is another form of emergentism. Anyway I gotta eat

  9. anonymous
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    LOL

  10. anonymous
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    The context was "explain why table salt has emergent properties".... perhaps they're referring to the fact that sodium and choride come together and become salt?

  11. anonymous
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    I hope I'm not keeping you from your breakfast

  12. anonymous
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    So that is another emergent property right there. Upon analyzing my texts and transposing it to conceptual understanding you have chosen to exercise your muscle and type LOL

  13. anonymous
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    lol

  14. anonymous
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    You need to know about the Direct Textbook Haiku contest, immediately the key word is "emerge" LOL $1000 for the winning haiku, it's due on the 31st

  15. anonymous
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    Sodium is an emergent property because there are so many things in nature that have sodium in it.

  16. anonymous
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    What are you talking about? That's another emergence upon cue

  17. anonymous
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    Again sodium is an impetus for "taste" as well so that's another sensory emergentism

  18. anonymous
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    http://www.directtextbook.com/haiku My bad it's due September 9th..... perhaps you don't need to pay for college anymore

  19. anonymous
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    lol something to try out eh? You submitted one yet?

  20. anonymous
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    nope, I haven't had many ideas.... until NOW, LOL

  21. anonymous
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    now if i write one, I'll need to give you partial credit...

  22. anonymous
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    No I am just batpellet insane.

  23. anonymous
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    that can be an asset. it's already helping me in a myriad of ways, thank you

  24. anonymous
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    LOl off to breakfast sport se ya

  25. anonymous
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    emjoy

  26. anonymous
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    another emergentism

  27. anonymous
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    oh, i see what i did there

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