Introduction to Not-ism

Why Not-ism?

Let’s dive into something super intriguing: Not-ism!

Okay, so throughout history, smart folks called philosophers have tried to figure out how the world really works. You’ve got Socrates talking about his ‘world of ideas,’ and Nietzsche tossing around the idea of ‘will to power.’

But in 2022, I threw a new idea into the mix: Not-ism!

Basically, it’s all about realizing that maybe we can’t ever completely understand reality. It’s like trying to pinpoint exactly where my house is in the universe. I know it’s somewhere near my neighbors, my kids’ school, and where I work, but the big picture? Nope, no clue!

Why do we need it?
When we know, how something can come out of nothing, then we can create anything.

Local and temporal (no-universality)

That’s where Not-ism comes in handy. It reminds us that absolute, universal, or objective knowledge might just be out of our reach.

And here’s the cool part: Not-ism applies to Not-ism too!

You don’t have to understand Not-ism as I do, and
I don’t have to understand Not-ism as you do.
We can have each our own versions!

Not-ism and testing

Now, let’s talk about testing.

Ever noticed, how before we can see two things, there has to be some sort of difference or boundary between them? Otherwise we would only experience a single object!

It’s like drawing lines on a coloring book page!
And testing is all about finding those boundaries.

Equivalent classes?
It’s there, because we try to find as many different properties an attributes, as we can!

Boundary value analysis?
That’s part of the fun too! We look before the boundary starts, when it starts, when it ends, and what happens after it ends!

And we can build anything with Not-ism, even Math!

To put it short: Not-ism is about infinite exploration and testing is the exploration!
Embrace the mystery, my friend! 🌟