oh yeah. there’s a lot not there. But when I hit about 1400 nodes I decided to stop adding and start messing around with it. Some are incomplete: that is, there’s some I didn’t add all of the connections. I have much much bigger ones I’d made using wikipedia articles. But this is the first time I did one that links to the “Main Topic Classifications”. I didn’t even NOTICE Wikipedia’s categories all that much through the years as I always focused on articles. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Main_topic_classifications

oh yeah. there’s a lot not there. But when I hit about 1400 nodes I decided to stop adding and start messing around with it.

Some are incomplete: that is, there’s some I didn’t add all of the connections. I have much much bigger ones I’d made using wikipedia articles.

But this is the first time I did one that links to the “Main Topic Classifications”. I didn’t even NOTICE Wikipedia’s categories all that much through the years as I always focused on articles.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Main_topic_classifications

But there’s a pretty fair possibility that categories not there yet will fall under one of the largest categories on there, so in the end, there’s probably just about full coverage in some way

like I know some chemistry stuff somewhere in my head but there’s very little about chemistry on there. But there’s probably ‘enough’ to represent. Or human senses: I know a lot about human touch now – the nerves and stuff. But I have at least some things on there about sensory processing so it’s probably loosely covered

if I started one (I have a couple I’ve scripted before) for reals, it’d have to something I was totally 100% no question behind. Could this be a base? Yeah.

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Funny/interesting you mention religion: Now that I’ve got two “top levels” again – I’m starting to whittle away at the “CogSci” one (14 nested levels deep) to see if the “Emergence” has a natural cluster home there and where it would be.
I just started unpeeling the layers and here’s “Philosophy of religion”.

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