Contemplation in The Red
DCW Portrait Tetron Symbols Explanation

This is the retyped text of a one page document that was written to explain the equations in the portrait done of David Crockett Williams Jr, finished July 4, 2001, by Carolynne Diane Fargey at "The Mesa School" in Santa Barbara, entitled:


Contemplation in The Red

Tetron, the human mind's consciousness orientation function of light, is the mathematical relationship of mind between the observer and the observed -- consequent to a corrected understanding of E=mC^2 where C is incorrectly understood as the speed of light rather than correctly as the velocity of light oriented relative to the identity of the observer.

The Tetron Thesis


[first equation, symbols not shown here]

The value of the energy (E) of any given system of reality under observation is NOT equal to the product of the value of the mass (m) of that system and the square of the speed of light (C).

Rather, [is defined identically equal to]

The value of the energy of any given system of reality under observation (Tetra) is equal to the product of the value of the mass of that system and the square of the velocity of light, C(dot)^2, oriented relative to the identity of the observer (Psi).


[second equation]

The square of the velocity of light oriented relative to the identity of the observer, C(dot)sub(Psi)^2, is mathematically "defined identically equal to" [shows the three short horizontal lines of the "definitional identity function" of standard math] the square of the speed of light operated on by a "correction factor," the function Tetron [symbol].


[third equation]

The hypothesis of the Tetron Thesis is that the value of any given system of reality under observation is equal to the relative identity of the observer mathematically operated on by Tetron, the human mind's consciousness orientation function of light.


[fourth equation]

The conclusion of the Tetron Thesis is that beyond the measurement parameters of distance and time, the identity of the observer is 'absolutely identically equal to" [shows symbol as four short horizontal lines, ie, a newly "invented" mathematical symbol for the "absolute identity function"] the identity of the system of reality under observation, i.e., "All is One."