From diaxenospitias to dinsystems


The United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA) incorporates several companies, organisations, even intermicronational organisations through two entities:
  1. Cyberterra (CT), a mathematical point in the Adriatic Sea (which in turn is in the Mediterranean Sea), which works as our virtual and cybernetic capital, our time and date standard, and is the start of the sovereignty we legally exercise over the high seas; and
  2. the Fifth World Community (5WC), the world's first diaxenospitia, i.e. an inhabited locality with highly scattered buildings and properties located in New York State, South Carolina, Iowa, Belize, and Italy.
This is very alien stuff, and it can even seem extraterrestrial. In reality, however, it can all be explained or predicted through analytic theology, which is mathematics initially used with certain religious concepts.

The figure below shows what Cyberterra (CT) actually is: it is the point of intersection of the eQ and Q axes (located where the blue arrow indicates a cybernetic realm).

When a nation has singular diaxenospitias, which unlike cities are not concentrated buildings and properties, but highly scattered buildings and properties, then we are speaking of material which is part of the positive eQ and negative Q field. This is the case of the Fifth World Community (5WC).

When a nation has multiple diaxenospitias, and diaxenospitias need not necessarily be made up of scattered buildings like the Fifth World Community (5WC), but can also be made up of scattered garbage, such as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP), or scattered space debris (also known as orbital debris), like the Whole Earth Space Debris (WESP), then we are speaking of material which is part of the positive eQ and positive Q field.



Yes, this alien stuff actually turns out to be quite natural, but only analytic theology could have predicted its coming into existence, a new kind of calculus with promising applications in many fields: anthropology, astrology, biology, chemistry, communication, economics, esotericism, ethics, geography, history, law, linguistics, management, medicine, physics, political science, psychology, religion, sociology and theology.

Cities like Rome came into existence a long time ago, and also the many cities making up states like Germany. These are materials of the negative eQ axis quadrants (see figure above).

However, the materials of the positive eQ axis quadrants are relatively recent developments. In fact, we do have a name for single entities made up of scattered buildings and properties since August 2010, and we call them diaxenospitias. However, we still don't have a special name to describe entities with multiple diaxenospitias like the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA).

Besides the largest "city", actually a diaxenospitia called the Fifth World Community (5WC), the UMMOA is also made up of 19 islands scattered across the Pacific Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean: Navassa Island, Bajo Nuevo Bank, Serranilla Bank, Jarvis Island, Palmyra Atoll, Kingman Reef, Johnston Atoll, Baker Island, Howland Island, Midway Atoll, Wake Island, Cyberterra (a quasi-island), Banc du Geyser, Ghoramara Island, Lohachara Island, Bedford Island, New Moore, Tebua Tarawa and Bikeman Island. Of these 19 islands, 12 island claims have been recognised by intergovernmental organisations (IGOs).

In addition, these islands or reefs in the Indian Ocean are recognised as UMMOA protectorates: Bassas da India, Chagos Archipelago, Comoros, Europa Island, Glorioso Islands, Juan de Nova Island, Mayotte, Réunion, Seychelles and Tromelin Island.

Moreover, the Cesidian Root, an UMMOA-incorporated and MPR-registered company, which also has consultative status with an IGO, has 19-20 servers scattered around the world, on every major land mass except Greenland and Antarctica.

Yes, you can have diaxenospitias of scattered buildings and properties, but you can also have kinds diaxenospitias made up of scattered garbage (aka garbage islands by sophisticated geographers), scattered space debris (aka space debris populations), scattered islands (aka archipelagos), and even scattered servers (aka networks).

So perhaps you are beginning to understand that the UMMOA is a strange thing, but it can be understood through the discipline of analytic theology, and as cities and diaxenospitias share some similarities, and yet are quite different in nature, states also share some similarities with entities like the UMMOA, and yet are quite different in nature as well.

What is the thing that most closely resembles an entity with multiple diaxenospitias like the UMMOA? An ecosystem.

An ecosystem is a biological environment consisting of all the living organisms or biotic component, in a particular area, and the nonliving, or abiotic component, with which the organisms interact, such as air, soil, water and sunlight. Yes, this system is complex enough.

The UMMOA in essence is made up of multiple diaxenospitias, but it is a little more synthetic, a little more man-made or less natural, than an ecosystem, and in essence the UMMOA is a diaxenospitia-island-network (din) system, so now we can coin a new word to describe any multiple diaxenospitia system as a dinsystem.


HMRD Cesidio Tallini, 21 February 2012