Systema: Zachman Synonyms

In many early posts in this blog I was looking for different fits of different conceptual groups. Tonight after wracking my brains into the wee hours some of the conceptual sets began to fit. And fit very well.

The first column represents the six entity relationships and my extended James Moffat Speaker Audience relationships. The second column represents the Zachman Framework Focuses. The third column represents the Zachman Framework Perspectives. The fourth column represents the Galilei/Newton/Einstein equation. The fifth column represent my extended James Moffatt Time Contexts. The sixth column represents my terms for Edward de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats. The seventh column represents the Associative Structure of the six entity relationships.

The rows in the table represent the synonyms across the conceptual sets. I will leave you free to reflect on the implications.

Science: In Search of “m”

Earlier in this blogs lifespan I presented the following three equations:

I was met with objections by a colleague who said E = mc^2 does not fit into the series because E = F * d. My reply was, “What if d = 1 ?” And the matter was settled.

But there is something else I want to bring to your attention. If you look at each of the equations. You will notice that the characters that represent each of the variables (yes I know c is a constant) has changed. That is except for m. That is because m or “mass” is the least understood variable.

I have been using these three equations to explain this to physicists with whom I am acquainted for some time and I realize that many of them cannot see the forest for the trees. You do not need all of the complexity of physics to understand this simple truth.

Right now scientists are getting ready to fire up the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Europe to attempt to understand what m is. They are looking for a theoretical particle called the Higgs boson. And this search will require more energy and more computing power than has ever been used in any scientific experiment before. In fact, the collider may even generate microscopic black holes.

And when we are finished m may become another character.

Then we have to rethink t.