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Conceptual Universal Information
The method utilized by experients of extrasensory perception in regards to clairvoyant phenomena is comprehensible via the convergence of the mechanics and laws pertaining to the universal information system and the experient. Since the system is theoretical, so too is its and the experients natural laws and mechanics.
Conceptual information is best defined as generalized information that does not involve specific events or objects. Conceptual information is likely acquired across various contexts and is able to be used across different objects or events, and is considered the sum of all information within the universal information system, or portions of the system.
It is an abstract information subset that applies to a wide variety of experiential objects and events in which delineates categorical and functional relationships between objects or events. This subset is theorized to operate and organize based on networks internal and external to its locale composed of finite nodes connected by finite links.
Each node may represent concepts, perceptual features, probabilities, or nothing at all. A node is directly linked to other nodes in which are either deemed a subclass or a superclass. This infers a hierarchical information representation in which high-level nodes represent larger categories with low-level nodes representing specific experiences.
All nodes are linked together, which removes an adequate description of single nodes without the full consideration of the other nodes involved. This creates difficulty for experients with a single query rather than a series of queries.
This includes individual nodes that are spatially separated in a space-like manner, whereby possibly inferring the principals of quantum entanglement, or quantum non-local connections, which is a property belonging to the quantum mechanical state of the universal information system.
(Adapted from the book “Clairvoyance: A Quantum Approach” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)