Could you tell us some details about these 4 elements, the formulas and the relationships, and the structure of your language? Quoting: Anonymous Coward 761771
The four elements are ion, axon, chaon, elementon. (There is a 5th, but it's not used.)
Each can have a numerical value and context value. They are 1, 2, 3, 5, respectively.
An ion is structure.
An axon is potential energy.
A chaon is interaction.
An elementon is representation.
The basic formulas are:
So, for example: an ion element + an axon element = a chaon element (1+2=3)
To illustrate this example, let's say that a building is an ion element (structure; 1). The space inside the building is an axon element (potential energy; 2). So when you add these two elements together you get interactivity (chaon; 3).
You simply identify what element (of the 4) something is then you can extrapolate conjectures about its relationship with something else. You can also add more formulas onto the result to get more detailed extrapolations.
This is an example done for illustration. The system is used for the very simple as well as the very complex.
The basic formulas could be easily translated into workable For example, 3-2=1 could be translated as, "if we provide less potential energy than our interactions require, our time perspective is reversed." (As potential energy is being structured more than it is not.) Such a model can be used for what would be called time travel (although time is not really what is thought).
The benefit of such a base system allows anyone to use it to make their own extrapolations.