Originemology, or the “study of the origin of origins”, is a pioneering discipline that investigates generally the roots or origins of everything and everyone based on the emergence of information or Creation by Law.
This new school of thought was conceptualized by Lawsin mainly to examine scientifically the Genesis of Information – the origin, creation, and evolution of early primordial, ancient, and modern information:
1. How did information emerge into the early minds of the very first humans?
2. Who supplied our primitive ancestors with information?
3. Where did it originate? Where did it come from?
4. Was the source of information a who or a what? Was it god, space aliens or something else?
In a broader sense, Originemology is a crossinterdisciplinary body of thoughts based on the studies found in anthropology, archaeology, geography, history, chronology, etymology, ideology, onomatology, ontology, and epistemology. Its main goal is to systematically trace backward the primal source or origin of information or idea, either abstract or physical, beginning from being a single elemental entity to an emerging complex structure. The scientific study is guided by the following research questions:
1. How did the original idea emerge?
2. Who provided the original idea?
3. Where was the idea first conceptualized
4. When was the idea first conceptualized?
5. Why was the idea conceptualized in the first place?
The five cardinal collaborating principles that lay the foundations of Originemology constitute the following signature theories:
(i) Codexation,
(ii) Viegenesis,
(iii) Dimetrix,
(iv) Scription,
(v) Dualpairing
The new study is also instrumental in shedding new light to the five major ancient questions: Who or what created the universe? How all creation are created? Where did we come from? and, Why are we here?
Originemology also asserts that everything has a beginning – a source of origin. It is a natural law – a universal law that is experienced by everything and everyone. A cultural hereditary iParticle, coined *namo or name, which can be a single concept, a collection of idea, or a piece of information, is a particle of information that is acquired, copied and passed on from one atom to another atom, from one memory cell to another memory cell, from one substance to another substance, from one species to another species, from one culture to another culture, or from one generation to another generations. Namons are the lawsinic instructional konstant (mnemonically named The Link) that connect everything and everyone. These iParticles are the missing link that creates the web or tree of life.
Although the Theory of Originemology was formulated from the Caveman Hypothesis and the BowLingual Experiment, the original experiment was first conceptualized based on the creation and evolution of the isodimensional morphical figures (IDMF) which its byproduct was a Helixical Torus Dimetrix.
The Case of the Origin of the Number System:
Exploration:
When I was a kid, I was deeply fascinated with numbers that at a very early age I learned to count from 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 by heart. After mastering the first 10 numbers, I began memorizing the next 10 numbers ….10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. Then the next group of ten numbers…..21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 …. and so forth and so on until I can recite each number from 1 to 100 with confidence.
However, visualizing and memorizing these groups of numbers were far from easy. Well one thing was for sure, I was not good in memorization. So then I figured out a clever memory short cut that will make my life or counting easier. I realized that there was a simple way to remember all these numbers. I found out that the first ten numbers …. 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 …. are being used over and over again. This set of ten counting numbers was the fundamental pattern that is being utilized over and over to generate new numbers ad infinitum.
Examination:
In order to examine how the numbers are created, let us organize the ten basic digits in the table matrix as follows. The numbers – 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 are listed individually in the first row. They will serve as the mother base for generating new sets of number. Meanwhile, the numbers in the first column will serve as guidepost or reference. On this gray vertical column, each number will be matched one by one with the numbers on the first row.
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Interpretation:
When the number 1 in the guidepost is placed side by side with each number in the first row (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9), a new set of numbers is created in the second row as follows: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19. Thus, the new counting system which start from 0 to 9 is now expanded to 10, 11, 12 … to 19.
When the same set of ten numbers … 0123456789 … is partnered with the number 2 in the third row, the next new group of numbers will be 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. And again, after counting from 0 to 19, the numbers 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 follow next.
If the same process is repeated in the fourth row, where the number 3 is placed in front of 0123456789, the next new group will be….30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39. Hence, after counting from 0 to 29, the following numbers come next: 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39.
Propagation:
Again, if the same set of rules on generating numbers is implemented over and over repeatedly, new numbers and new groups will be created and generated over and over again. This set of rules is the “creator” that governs the process of creation and evolution in the numerical world. Through a list of procedures, numbers can evolve, propagate and even branch out into new entities and new families. They could even propagate into new various systems totally different from its original root or family.
Reproduction:
Now, instead of using 10 numbers, can 8, 6, 2, or 16 numbers be used as the base of a counting system. Can this be done?
Let assume that Martians, people from Planet Mars, have 6 fingers on their hands – 3 on the right and 3 on the left. If the same fundamental rules of generating numbers in the base10 system is implemented in their number system, the basic counting numbers will be made up of 0,1,2,3,4,5 – a base6 system, and Martians matrix table would be:
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Studying the table above, Martians counting system starts from 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. However, the numbers 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 cant be found anywhere. Instead, the numbers 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 come next after 5. Also, after 15, instead of 16, 17, 18 and 9, the numbers 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 come next. After 25, instead of 26, 27, 28, 29, the numbers 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 follow next. And if the same set of rules is implemented over and over again, the martian number system will evolve and propagate forever in time just like the base10 system.
Although, the number systems of Mars and Earth are obviously totally different, their numbers can be correspondently equated one on one by association. Thus, the Six(6) on Earth can be the ten(10) on Mars, human’s number 7 is Martian’s number 11, and our 8 is their 12. From these examples, we can conclude that the creation and evolution of numbers are governed by a set of rules. The same set of rules can also be used with any set of numbers and produced a neverending new families of individuals like alphanumeric and binary.
Two interesting examples that can yield numbers infinitely by pairing two individual digits are the Binary and the Maya number systems. The former, which rooted from the two numbers 0 and 1, can also generate new breeds of alphabets and even produce new families of software and hardware. The latter, the Maya number system, which in essence a binary system with a twist, is made up of two symbols – a stone(dot) and a stick(dash). The dot is counted as one and the dash is counted as five. A shell which is equivalent to zero is also included. Although, sticks, rocks, shells, leaves, and fingers were used for counting by our ancient ancestors, their binary system has even branched out over time into new systems – the smoke signals, the morse code and the world wide web.
Other numerical systems were discovered by the Inca civilization, the Ancient Egyptian, the Mayan, the Greek, the Babylonian, the Sumerians and the Chinese. However, all of these systems were created by following a set of rules. A procedure that instructs how to produce new numerical entities and new families. A set of instructions that governs the creation and evolution of any system. An algorithm that can even go beyond animating everything and everyone. A Law that creates creation – a Creation by Law.
As I reached my teenage years, my fascination with numbers had snowballed and skyrocketed. Equipped with my father’s geometry book, I learned to extrapolate postulates, theorems, mathematical principles and discovered new algorithms. I mastered how a dot transforms into a line, into a triangle , into a circular form and into other dimensional figures. My infatuation even led me to unfold a new equation for the Pythagorean Theorem using various geometrical models governed by a set of rules and mathematical calculations. My mental exercises also exposed me to explore how equations were derived, formulated and transformed. But with all of these interesting interactions, what caught my attention most was the fact that all the information in geometry were based from the geometrical figures nature has already designed. Nature’s Shapes and Spaces were the building blocks that created everything and everyone. The complete discussion of this theory can be found in my book Originemology.
For other related articles supporting Originemology, please click the links below.
1. Origin of the Universe
2. Origin of the Alphabets
3. Origin of Information
4. Origin of a Designer
5. Origin of Machines
6. Origin of the Bible
7. Origin of the Laws
8. Origin of God
9. Origin of Intelligence
10. Origin of Life
11. Origin of Religion
12. Origin of Christianity
~ joey lawsin