Greetings all. I'm new here. I've been interested in parapsychology for quite some time now, and this site seems to be a good place to discuss such topics.
The programming of constructs fascinates me. The creation of self-sustaining energy patterns has many profound implications, and many possibilities stem from it. Still, however, I believe we've barely scratched the surface of what can be done with programming, and there are several reasons for this.
From what I've read about the programming of constructs, it seems to be primarily visualization and feeling based. There has been some mention of the use of language to program constructs, but the languages mentioned have been conversational languages, which are not, by nature, terribly precise. The consequence of this is essentially a cap on how complex a constuct can be, as the more precise you try to make its function, the more prone to error you'll find it. For example, lets say you try to tie a construct to a glass paperweight that makes it heat up when squeezed, by rapidly absorbing warmth from the surrounding air. Though that sounds simple enough, there are a lot of variables. Exactly how much pressure must be applied to the paperweight before it begins to absorb energy? What is the maximum ammount of heat that can be absorbed? Should it immediately go to its maximum heat when the right ammount of pressure is applied, or will it get hotter the harder you squeeze? If the latter of the previous question, what is the ratio of pressure to heat absorbed? The list goes on. The current means of programming, in essence, is simply too qualitative.
Now, I've playing around with the idea of programing constructs with something possessing the mathematical precision of a computer programming language. Maybe introducing a "universal psionic notation" so to speak. Constructs could be planned out on paper before their creation, and the creater of the construct would use the plan to guide their thoughts when forming it. Through this method, I believe that the above mentioned paperweight, as well as things much, much more complex, could be done.
So what do you think of my idea? Has it been proposed before? (if so, whoops.) Do you think I could really be on to something, or does it show that I understand nothing of constructs? I look forward to hearing your opinions.
Was that too formal? Sorry, I sometimes go into essay mode without realizing. :shy: