TECTechnics

TECTechnics is a word formed by combining the acronym for Theory of Existential Continuums (TEC) and the word Technics which means a way of doing something. So TECTechnics simply means the Technics derived from The Theory of Existential Continuums. In other words, doing something according to TEC. This something is knowledge and the doing is the examination, packaging and presentation of knowledge.

Basically, TECTechnics posits: That the best way to examine, package and present the various types of knowledge that constitute the Knowledge-Information Continuum is to use the seven unique universal concepts that nature has provided us. These concepts are: containership, identity, force, motion, change, grouping/interaction and equilibrium. The problems derived from these 7 universal concepts we call Pj Problems. Nature poses only Pj Problems and all problems that humans have solved since the beginning of their existence are Pj Problems. The big deal about Pj Problems is that it reduces the conceptual complexities of the Knowledge-Information Continuum. In other words, anyone with a comprehensive knowledge of Pj Problems is able to learn and acquire a holistic understanding of any knowledge. A TECian is anyone who uses TECTechnics to examine, package and present knowledge.

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