DS 3 Summary

Reference: Data Series

Reference: Data Series 3—BREAKTHROUGHS

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BREAKTHROUGHS

1—FINDING A DATUM OF COMPARABLE MAGNITUDE TO THE SUBJECT.

A single datum or subject has to have a datum or subject with which to compare it before it can be fully understood. By studying and isolating the principles that make a situation illogical, one can then see what is necessary to be logical.

2—NO RULES OF LOGIC CAN BE VALID UNLESS ONE ALSO INCLUDES THE DATA BEING USED.

Logic concerns obtaining answers. And answers depend on data. Unless you can test and establish the truth and value of the data being used, one cannot attain right answers.

If A equals B and B equals C, then C equals A. The facts are that the ancient theorem is totally dependent on the DATA used in it. Only if the DATA is correct does the theorem work. Lacking emphasis on the data being used, this theorem can be proven true or false at will.

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DATA ANALYSIS

Unless you can prove or disprove the data you use in any logic system, the system itself will be faulty. 

VALID ANSWERS MAY ONLY BE ATTAINED IN USING VALID DATA.

Ships run on oil, electric motors on electricity and logic runs on data. If the data being stuffed into a computer is incorrect, no matter how well a computer is planned or built or proofed up against faults you can get totally wrong answers.

Thus, if the subject of Data Analysis is neglected or imperfect or unknown or unsuspected as a step, then wild answers to situations and howling catastrophes can occur.

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THE MIND AS A COMPUTER

The mind is a remarkable computer; but the fallacy of the mind is that it can operate on wrong data. If a person can straighten out his data he can be logical and will be logical and can attain right answers to situations.

Thus, we will not be stressing HOW to think but how to analyze that with which one thinks—which is DATA.

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