BinaryDifference

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Nature is ultimately composed of differences; only changes are measurable or manifest.

Everything is not relative, there are distinctions which covary relatively and exist absolutely.

Changes are reducible to binary differences, change, or no change, which propagate deterministically, defining logically unbounded dimensions of logically related differences.

The universal emergent system may be logically generated by simple add, cancel, or exclude (fold into another dimension) operations for crossing (interacting) binary differences.

A binary difference defines a distinction, A is not B, and B is not A, manifesting two perspectives, A and B. It is a binary discrimination, difference, or no difference, without absolute magnitude except as discriminated by Planck actions, each performing a binary discrimination.

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