It has no independent existence outside of humans transacting tangible and intangible goods and services using substitutions that are standardized. Much of the money is created in second order, not really linked to anything having to do with transacting good and services but rather amongst itself, guided by other rules, even arbitrary such as political laws or thieving schemes. But within the world of humans performing transactions, money is functional and through its functioning, it has reality. If you lack “enough”, you can die. That’s real.

It has no independent
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perhaps time is a nomification of a verbal concept. so we say “time” but it’s really the activity of timing. to do timing we use a scale called Time. using this scale we know of cause and effect. could we use a different scale for time, timing in a manner that is incoherent on the normal timing scale? yes. but does that obliterate the other scale ?

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“Capillary electrophoresis” seems to bridge liquid property and particle size and shape properties, electric properties of icons, and separates molecules from saliva or DNA. The one dimensional train of ions down a physical tube (capillary tube) is fascinating to me so I made this summary with icons to help me understand it better.

“Capillary electrophoresis” seems to
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found a project containing “reuseable units of measure”. Acidity Concentration Drag Information InformationRate Resolution googled. after a page of pH stuff got this subject (from a textbook) which seems to use them all: using electric fields to separate individual molecules from a solution all through a one dimensional capillary tube. capillary electrophoresis. it’s a physical manifestation of a diagram.

found a project containing
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found a project containing “reuseable units of measure”. Acidity Concentration Drag Information InformationRate Resolution googled. after a page of pH stuff got this subject (from a textbook) which seems to use them all: using electric fields to separate individual molecules from a solution all through a one dimensional capillary tube. capillary electrophoresis. it’s a physical manifestation of a diagram.

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Ok good. Parking Lot problem and Doorway Effect are the same problem. Next is to see if Gabriel A. Radvansky’s work blossomed since 2012 or if I’d be following a rabbit trail. [limen / liminal stuff] The Event Horizon Model Under different conditions, event boundaries can either impair or improve memory. How can these seemingly opposite effects both be true? To resolve this issue and provide an explanatory account for thinking about such issues, the Event Horizon Model was developed. This is a relatively simple framework based on five principles: (a) the segmentation of streams of activity into event units; (b) the superior availability of information in the working event model; (c) the construction of a causal network that can then influence retrieval; (d) the superiority of memory for information stored across multiple events in noncompetitive attribute retrieval; and (e) the occurrence of retrieval interference for information stored across multiple events in competitive event retrieval https://memorylab.nd.edu/assets/258869/radvansky_2012_current_directions_.pdf

Ok good. Parking Lot
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Ammonia + Rubbing Alcohol + Hydrogen peroxide would be fine. Chlorine and hydrogen peroxide is ok – just oxygen plus oxygen although I don’t see the point and I don’t know if Rubbing alcohol is compatible with chlorine — I don’t like the thought of having thinner carrier molecules with a heavy oxygenating substance. Rubbing alcohol and peroxide is ok, so long as it’s weak peroxide like drugstore. Probably would help it penetrate into oily surfaces a little better. But drano doesn’t get to play with anybody else. Chrorine and ammonia do not get to play together unless you’re a big company making ammonia quat (which is chlorine and ammonia already mixed a certain way and surprisingly safe and used for everything but never the household ones. Good lord. Seeing it all in one sentence together and I had to break it apart. As far as Mr Steel Wool goes? He’ll rust in the chlorine or the peroxide from the oxygen they make. The drano would probably set him on fire – I don’t remember what’s in drano but it scares me. And yes, I made Steel wool have a gender.

Ammonia + Rubbing Alcohol
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