• your videos are very good. If you ever lecture inï»¿ the Nashville area id very much like to attend

• If youï»¿ can arrange a group I'd be glad to speak in Nashville.

• /watch?v=_oEFwyoWKXoï»¿

• That is AWESOME. Years ago I had suggested using a CD/DVD drive as a high precision low cost (free) CNC / 3D printer device. I'm glad to see someoneï»¿ doing it and I'm more impressed that its is being used to make basic electronic components from basic materials. Nearly everyone has a CD/DVD drive. Think about doing this in layers. Entire integrated circuits could be built on demand in your home. Download a computer and "print" it.

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• I started developing Predictive Innovation 25 years ago and in 2003 I met Len Kaplan and we merged ideas. A lot of this is totally new studies. Discrete Calculus is the new term for what I am doing. Although Discrete Calculus is a subset of what I've done. Normal Calculus requires smooth contiguous functions. Predictive Innovation works at the discontinuities. That is where the reallyï»¿ useful changes occur.

• Thank you for noticing. All of the spaces can be combined with other spaces. So by only using the 15 Alternatives (3 Scales x 5 Directions) those can be combined on themselves to form 15 x 15 = 225 combinations.

Here is one way to plug Predictive Innovation into itself:

Single, a single single means unique one time

Multiple singles, is different from multiples of the same thing

Continuous singles is different from continuousï»¿ of the same thing

• Yes it does. Single, Multiple, Continuous is only one of the dimensions. The 15 Alternatives is a 3x5 grid. Outcome & Function has 7 Elements. Alternatives are mathematical & Elements are linguistic. Everything isï»¿ broken up in to Types & Amounts. Language describes Types, Math describes Amounts.

All information can be described using comparisons, same or different. If it's different it's a different type or amount, more or less. Predictive Innovation is built from that simple proof by Turing.

• Your predictive innovation is an innovation in and of itself: What happens if you put it into your prediction grid/hypercube and fillï»¿ in the empty spaces? I've got to believe that it may be somewhere in the Continuous range (but that may depend how you define or set up the grid), and if it is a Continuous type I don't think that it's necessarily the only Continuous type. What are your thoughts?

• I'm currently finishing my undergrad degree in math and have been working on some research projects and when I found this my jaw hit the floor. This technique literallyï»¿ answers everything. I started applying it to anything I could think of or get my hands on and the answers I started finding were incredible. This makes the invention of Calculus (infinite addition of small rectangles) and now the Theory of Everything look like child's play (I've only taken 2 intro classes to physics).

• You are welcome. Thisï»¿ obviously is just a tiny slice of the power of Predictive Innovation.