*Its All about Pj Problem Strings -
7 Spaces Of Interest and their associated Basic Sequences; 7 Pj Problems of Interest (PPI) and their Alleles (A)*

This photo is one of my favorite photos. It shows a handsome boy quietly enjoying his *starch* and *banga soup*. The *starch* and *banga soup* are traditional foods eaten by the Itsekiris of Warri, Niger Delta, Nigeria. The *starch* is from *cassava* and *banga* is *red palm fruit*. So *banga soup* is made with *red palm fruit extract*, special seasonings and usually fresh fish, crayfish and periwinkle (meat, chicken and dried fish can also be used). The Itsekiris call *starch*, *usin* and *banga soup*, *Obye eyen* (there are dots under the O and e). The food is very tasty (I have eaten it many times because my mother is Itsekiri). Non-Itsekiris have come to like it too.

Recently, I read *Summary of Existence* by mathematician Oye Sagay (sorry, no Peter because I prefer the native names). At first, I did not understand its meaning because I was not familiar with the symbols used (I studied history and am oriented to visual expressions not formulas). Nonetheless, I studied it because I thought the claim that the short mathematical expression summarizes existence was outlandish. So, I tried to determine how it summarizes some of the photos I like. I was surprised to find out that the mathematical expression actually summarizes the photos. For example, the above photo is a *snapshot* in time which the expression (I found that mathematicians called the expression *mathematical identity*) represents as *t*. Everything in the photo is *matter*. There are several *spaces* in the photo that are represented by the *s _{i} in the expression. It is more surprising that the photo is expressing what the expression call p_{j} problems: the plates contain the foods, the house contains the boy; the identity of the food is starch and banga soup; the eating is expressing force and motion; change occurs as the foods dwindle; grouping/interaction is there also between boy and food and the food are grouped; equilibrium is there too because the boy, the plates and the table are all stable. Hmm, several p_{j} problems, I thought.*

Now, in addition to just enjoying my photos and some other experiences, I also look for how they express *p _{j} problems*. It makes me think a little bit in a leisurely manner. That is a good thing.