Written by Florin Colceag   
Tuesday, 29 May 2018

The tradition of Cartesian, dichotomous and linear thinking has created a great mass of information that projects certain behavioral patterns of the universe. However, the hypothesis of a qualitative and informational universe that does not use the Cartesian but hexagonal or polyhedral features allows understanding of other details about the universe, using a multivalent logic based on cyclic circuits or commutative diagrams. Each time we take a new thinking tool, we discover a coherent system of thinking that describes the unknown features of the universe.

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