Detecting wave functions, sensitivity to mathematical properties,
specifically 'expressions' conforming to natural law variations, or
telesis may be important for developing new theories of physics,
mathematics, engineering, chemistry, medicine, etc.
For example, in medicine (pharmacology) there may be a
requirement for sensitivity to the properties of powders. In
engineering there may be a sensitivity to the micro-properties of
computers, and a sensitivity to structural stress.
An obscure variation on telesis is telesis volitio (perpetual motion
sensitivity) which has various forms often involving
four-dimensional knowledge, as well as knowledge of friction and
proportionality, and there may be other further concerns, such as
the sensitivity to an invention or conceptualization, rather than an
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