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No. I didn’t. It’s just a philosophical exercise.Nature is defined as the unchangeable facts about any given thing. Some are large some are small. If we’re going by a ranking system of 1 to 10 they would rank a 10. This would render any and all predictions about humanity useless. The nature of something is probably the hardest part to determine.

General principles and instructions are below. Originally Posted by Angelo_Maligno You would have to make a grid for each individual elephant and determine their personal nature relative to other elephants and therefore their likelihood of their survival. The personal nature of each elephant matters. I have to say, to me it sounds like a colossal waste of time… It wouldn’t be entirely accurate but it would serve as an example.I think I may have an idea to make it better I could arrange octagons but put lines between them and other octagons to make a more complete chart. It seems too simple at this point and not as accurate as it could be considering there are a number of natures to account for.

Some retain water better some do not. You could indeed build a counterweight trebuchet at this scale, which is what most people do. You could also put part of human nature is to develop better tools. I think you first need to clarify what you mean by destiny. The second principle is that somethings destiny must eventually happen by the law of averages. The personal nature of each elephant matters.

The only flaw to this is that you would have to come up with an equal number of subject and environmental natures to make the grid complete.Should I be the first one to make one? I suppose that would be fitting. I gave it as an example of an unpredictable event. I’m just not sure how to arrange such a chart. Trash bins filled with water for counterweight? Maybe you can help perfect and explain the physics? At the moment I have no picture of what you are trying to convey by this term. I would use a larger polygon but it’s pretty much pointless.

Thanks.Now if only I could decide on a shape to make my grid. You then cross those natures and determine what the destiny of the subject is based on two or more natures. It’s point is to show a likely event that will occur in the future without determining a time or place it will occur.

Then it’s a futile exercise. Like human fear for example, the https://www.google.com/search?ei=WlLUW5yGHNOtgAaQo6KABg&q=custom+thesis+paper question is would human fear stop them from developing the weapon. In other words your idea is untenable: you (and, I suspect, the current state of human knowledge) aren’t capable of determining (let alone assigning values to) all of those factors. I didn’t. If you simply mean the eventual outcome – of something nursing paper writing services
, that is uncontentious. The human nature that includes our occasional need to war with each other would rank lower because each country is not in a perpetual state of war. hHere’s an example. sn = subject nature. en = environmental nature. cn = cross nature. Some are large some are small. If however you means by destiny a pre-ordained outcome, you will encounter suspicion. Some retain water better some do not.

This would allow for more cross natures. This isn’t really designed for determining when something will occurs as I stated. For instance we could all die tomorrow if a large enough object strikes the earth. So I’m gonna design a trebuchet that two guys can bang together of standard house framing materials then knock down before the police arrive. It’s based on my own made up principle and probability. It would not be simple chart by any means as the more natures you took into account of the subject and the environment the more accurate it would be.Thoughts?

I think you first need to clarify what you mean by destiny. Reality always includes unpredictable events. Reality always includes unpredictable events. You can – possibly1 – do so, but would it have any validity? I’m not expert though, I can’t tell you which factors lead to higher survivability. This isn’t really designed for determining when something will occurs as I stated. Originally Posted by Pendragon Omg I love those homemade guns, hehe you don’t wanna know how much time I’ve spent watching such videos Btw about the Trebuchet, would it be technically possible to build a functioning one without springs on this scale? Or is a large scale necessary to get enough energy from the counterweight? (tell me if this doesn’t make sense, I’m a noob in anything technical)And welcome btw 😉 Yes, of course.

You could even conclude they will be inclined to do so indefinitely and eventually develop a single weapon that can destroy a world. I was thinking about a philosophical exercise where you plot the destiny of of something by it’s nature. You can – possibly1 – do so, but would it have any validity? I’m not expert though, I can’t tell you which factors lead to higher survivability. I’m really just trying to hash this out. It would not be simple chart by any means as the more natures you took into account of the subject and the environment the more accurate it would be.Thoughts?Decided to conduct an experiment to see what results we would get. So a hexagon grid would work for the most part. It would allow you to put subject natures on the left side and environmental natures on the top side. Some are large some are small.

Originally Posted by Angelo_Maligno Oh, you stated as if the drought was a certain thing. Maybe assign a number value. Furthermore you can likely predict the suitability of an elephant to survive during a drought based on several factors. Oh, you stated as if the drought was a certain thing. You will also need to clarify what you mean by “nature” in this context. Plus all of the other (unknown) factors.1 Although beyond achieving a figure for “likely to survive” (as opposed to “will survive”) I sincerely doubt it.

In other words your idea is untenable: you (and, I suspect, the current state of human knowledge) aren’t capable of determining (let alone assigning values to) all of those factors. Which wouldn’tA) account for the likelihood of that drought (i.e. your chart would have encompass so many other factors that it would become untenable/ impossible) norB) in reality be able to determine which specific elephant would survive. How would you incorporate, for example, a period of sudden drought into the “destiny chart” of an elephant?How would you decide which (if any) particular elephant of a herd survives a period of drought? Remember, when the projectile in the sling, your counterweight will be dropping somewhere between 0 < a < 9.8m/s^2For a given arm length, if counterweight is dropping at 9.8m/s^2, than the sling speed can only be increased by adjusting length of sling and or adjusting length of arm, giving more length to the throwing part at pivot, and less arm at pivot where counterweight is attachedIf you want the trebuchet powered by counterweight, you should make the trebuchet a bit wider that mine. although you can't see that dimension in my video.Cheers - John Furthermore you can likely predict the suitability of an elephant to survive during a drought based on several factors. You could then cross them to come up with cross destinies according to various natures. First you need a subject that can take an action within the world (including plants). The personal nature of each elephant matters.

Then you determine it’s nature and put the results on the ends of a hex grid or a simple grid. It won’t tell you when something will happen but what will eventually happen at some undetermined point in time. You then find the box or hex where those two boxes or hexes intersect and put that humans will develop better tools of war.

Some retain water better some do not.It’s not meant for that anyway and I wouldn’t be comfortable using it in that way. No. Originally Posted by Dywyddyr How would you incorporate, for example, a period of sudden drought into the “destiny chart” of an elephant?How would you decide which (if any) particular elephant of a herd survives a period of drought? You would have to make a grid for each individual elephant and determine their personal nature relative to other elephants and therefore their likelihood of their survival. The first principle we must examine is that the nature of something determines it’s destiny.

If you simply mean the eventual outcome – of something, that is uncontentious. For example : The subject being humans you could put at on end of the grid that human nature is to war. Counterweight is not as efficient as spring, as you would have to scale up the trebuchet to account for counterweight, in order to achieve the same performance as a smaller scale, spring-powered, trebuchet. The first principle we must examine is that the nature of something determines it’s destiny. At the moment I have no picture of what you are trying to convey by this term. It won’t tell you when something will happen but what will eventually happen at some undetermined point in time. Both are human nature, perhaps I need a system of rating how strongly something is humanities nature. Then it’s a futile exercise.

I’m just not sure how to arrange such a chart. It’s not meant to predict all outcomes either as the future is inherently unpredictable. Originally Posted by Angelo_Maligno I was thinking about a philosophical exercise where you plot the destiny of of something by it’s nature. Plus all of the other (unknown) factors.1 Although beyond achieving a figure for “likely to survive” (as opposed to “will survive”) I sincerely doubt it. It’s based on my own made up principle and probability. This isn’t really designed for determining when something will occurs as I stated. I’m not expert though, I can’t tell you which factors lead to higher survivability. I’ve worked how once may represent the destiny of something through a chart.

It’s very interesting either way.Thoughts?Mod note: I’ve moved this post from its original place (separate thread in philosophy) – duplicate topics are discouraged. To clarify “destiny” in this case is not a predetermined course of events though it could be thought of as a presently determined course of events if all things are left unchanged (though that is not entirely accurate as some things must change in order to fulfill the destiny). Universal laws are obvious and strong natures of the universe. You will also need to clarify what you mean by “nature” in this context.

Jwpaine, you’ve inspired me to build a trebuchet! I’m in the building trade and often have a site cluttered with 24′ 2×10’s and such for erecting largish structures. Originally Posted by Dywyddyr Which wouldn’tA) account for the likelihood of that drought (i.e. your chart would have encompass so many other factors that it would become untenable/ impossible) norB) in reality be able to determine which specific elephant would survive. Only that it will eventually occur.Furthermore you can likely predict the suitability of an elephant to survive during a drought based on several factors. I think you’ve help me sort out my ranking system anyway. A Dodecagon perhaps?

I’m not sure those would fit on a grid. The second principle is that somethings destiny must eventually happen by the law of averages. If however you means by destiny a pre-ordained outcome, you will encounter suspicion. I gave it as an example of an unpredictable event.

Originally Posted by Dywyddyr Originally Posted by Angelo_Maligno Oh, you stated as if the drought was a certain thing.

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