Yes, the delays from abstractions is what I’m talking about. I’m simply skeptical that there is a continuous transformation happening at the “root layer” as it were or core. I say this for while discrete, quantized values are not as pretty as continuous functions they do seem to be what we observe as each layer of abstraction is looked into and then re-abstracted by utilizing mathematical functions or other metaphors acting “in place of”. I test this out when I look at solutions to difficult problems, often ones that plague physicists or math folks for decades and I notice something significant: a limit. If you have a supremum you have an infimum and with a supremum and a infimum you have a complete lattice.

Yes, the delays from abstractions is what I’m talking about.
 
I’m simply skeptical that there is a continuous transformation happening at the “root layer” as it were or core.
 
I say this for while discrete, quantized values are not as pretty as continuous functions they do seem to be what we observe as each layer of abstraction is looked into and then re-abstracted by utilizing mathematical functions or other metaphors acting “in place of”.
 
I test this out when I look at solutions to difficult problems, often ones that plague physicists or math folks for decades and I notice something significant:
 
a limit.
 
If you have a supremum you have an infimum and with a supremum and a infimum you have a complete lattice.
 
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