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Now I hope you understand this, because I've never been able to make head nor tail of it. It must be some sort of a Black Magic operation, started out by the Luce cult -- some immoral people who are operating up in New York City, Rockefeller Plaza -- been thoroughly condemned by the whole society. Anyway, their rate-of-change theory -- I've never seen any use for that mathematics, by the way -- I love that mathematics, because it -- I asked an engineer, one time, who was in his 6th year of engineering, if he'd ever used Calculus, and he told me yeah, once, once I did, he said. When did you use it? And he said I used it once. Let me see, what did you use it on? Oh yeah. Something on the rate-of-change of steam particles in boilers. And then we went out and tested it and found the answer was wrong.
Calculus -- if you want to know -- there is room there for a mathematics which is a good mathematics. And it would be the rate of co-change, or the rate of change when something else was changing, so that you could establish existing rates of change in relationship to each other, and for lack of that mathematics, nobody has been able to understand present time -- you just can't sum it up easily -- or let us say, for lack of an understanding of what present time was, nobody could formulate that mathematics. So, actually there's a big hole there that could be filled -- a thing called calculus is trying to fill that hole, right now, and it can't.
But the rates of change -- it comes closest to it. I think it
was one of Newton's practical jokes. Here we have Calculus, and
it's trying to measure a rate of change. Well, if we had something
that was really workable and simple, it would be formed on this
basis. The present time, and gradients of time were gradients of
havingness, and as one havingness changed, you could establish a
constancy of change for other related havingnesses. But because the
basic unit of the universe is two, you would have to have a rate of
change known and measured for every rate of change then estimated.
The mathematics won't operate in this universe unless it has
simultaneous equations. If you have two variables, you must have
two equations with which to solve those two variables. In other
words you have to compare one to the other simultaneously.
Otherwise you just get another variable. Of course, people
laughingly do this. They take an equation with two variables, and
then they solve it. And then you say "What have you got?" And the
fellow says "K". And you say now just a minute -- you got "K", huh?
Well, what is "K"? Well "K", we have established arbitrarily as
being -- well, say, why did you work the equation out in the first
place? You had "K", didn't you?"
On 9 Dec 1952, Hubbard lectured on "Whats wrong with This
Universe: A Working Package for the Auditor". Hubbard claimed that
all religions originally came from "implants". He describes the
apparent origins of the Islam religion:
"It's an enormous stone hanging suspended in the middle of a
room, this is an incident called the Emanator by the way, and this
thing is by the way the source of the Mohammedan Lodestone that
they have hanging down there, that, eh, when Mohammed decided to be
a good small-town booster in eh Kansas, Middle-East, or something
of the sort. By the way, the only reason he mocked that thing up,
is the trade wasn't good in his hometown. That's right. You read
the life of Mohammed.
And he's got a black one and it sort of hung between the ceiling
and the floor, I don't know, maybe they call it the Casbah or
something or... Anyway, anyway, that thing is a mockup of the
Emanator! The Emanator is bright, not black.
And so, your volunteer, who insists on a sightseeing trip, goes in
and this thing is standing in the middle of the room, and it's
going 'wong wong wong wong wong' and he says: "Isn't that pretty?".
It sure is, and then he says "Mmmgrmrm ponk" Why, I'll tell you,
they cart him from there, and they take him in and they do a
transposition of beingness."