So back to materials. If I’m going to do objects/properties/processes… might as well do materials right now. SO for this: OBJECT = MATERIAL. Here I’m looking at “Intensive properties” to see if my: processes can make up properties which can make up objects. Does it hold true? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_materials_properties

So back to materials. If I’m going to do objects/properties/processes… might as well do materials right now.

SO for this: OBJECT = MATERIAL.

Here I’m looking at “Intensive properties” to see if my: processes can make up properties which can make up objects. Does it hold true?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_materials_properties
ok: so in thermodynamics, PROCESSES are changings.
But what processes keep properties as part of the materials?
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Since some aspects of perception can be measured now, at least in perfect laboratory conditions in some fashion, I think it’s possible to draw comparisons linking together classic notions with measurements.
For me, objects and properties and processes are all computing terms, so I’m arriving at all of this in sort of a backwards fashion, moving from computers to biology in one direction and to philosophy in another direction. So it’s been interesting trying to understand them all.
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ah ha!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rényi_entropy

HOLD UP (reasoning something out): so
INTENSIVE PROPERTIES of matter are FRACTAL! Self-similar.
They must be:
“They do not depend on the amount of matter. These physical properties are used for sample identification because they are the same under different conditions and for all sample sizes”
Some examples:
Boiling point
Color
Concentration
Density
Electrical conductivity
Luster
Magnetic permeability
Melting point
Molality
Odor
Pressure
Surface tension
State of matter
Temperature
Refractive index
Viscosity
—doing more research…
ok! I found something called Tsallis Nonextensive entropy.
Nonextensive sure sounds like INTENSIVE without saying it.