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Posted by Logeshwari on July 1, 2005 12:42:29 UTC

1. Invariants will be known again in a research.

2. Every human to learn to do anything again needs to know the invariants.

3. nothing could be done again in an universe devoid of invariants.

4. Invariants are the means of the variants.

5. A characteristic is a mean of the states of a variant.

6. A statistic is a mean of the states of more than one (not all) variant.

7. An ideal is a mean of the states of all variants.

8. No ideal is a variant.

9. Every human to investigate/describe/understand anything needs to know the ideals.

10. Ideals are the mean to investigate/describe/understand the variants.

11. No human invents ideals.

12. No human recognizes a thing devoid of invariants.

13. No human learns to do anything again in an universe devoid of invariants.

14. No process can vary an invariant (the absolute truth).

15. Absolute truth is the base of every science, philosophy, religion and other spiritual matters.

16. The ideals are the mean integrating the intellect of all men and women.

17. The invariants are the bridges to unknown from known.

18. The ideal universe is conserved.

19. The ideal universe is is not subjected to evolution.

20. No human makes science or philosophy without differentiating the invariants from variants.

21. Every reason/logic/experiment/analysis is to recognize the invariants of the variants.

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