Are You Getting the Most Out of Your upstream data?

I like to talk about data in the upstream sense because data comes from our internal experience and is passed on to us via our senses. For example, a data point that I recently received from my iPhone was an “inbox” message that read, “My iPhone has been stolen. Please contact a location service provider to assist you with this.” The data point sent to my phone indicated that my phone had been stolen, and I was asked to call an 800 number to report it.

That data point was data that I was sent, not the data that I was looking at. An example of this is when you look at a map, you can see a few things; the roads that I’m on, the buildings that I’m standing in, and the traffic that I’m seeing. Each of these things have data points, which are the points on the map that represent the exact location where I was at that time.

This data point is the same thing. It’s the exact location, the actual time, and the data that indicates that I was at the specific location.

I’ve known about this data before, and I’ve always understood what you mean when you say “the actual data point”, especially because it was actually the same thing as the data point I was looking at.

You’re right. Like the traffic is the exact location, the time is the exact location, and the data point is the location where I was at that time. However, I think you were using the word “time” incorrectly. When you say “time,” you mean “time of day,” which is the time when I was at that specific location.

Well, what’s wrong with time? It’s a pretty cool concept.

That’s a good point. Time is relative, so the time my sister called me is not the same as the time I was at the location. Although, time is relative, that is the point where we get our time-loop reference. We get to choose the point in the timeline where we are, which is like a starting point for your brain to start looking at its logic. Time is relative, but I think this is what you were going for.

Well, it sure is if you think about it. Now how can I get those points on the timeline, I was at this location at this time in my timeline. I guess you can’t because you don’t have a timeline. You can only have a point. Like a point in time in a movie. It is a very cool concept though.

In a way I think you would be right. It may be a bit of a stretch to say that you can only have a point in a timeline. But it makes sense that you can only have points in a timeline if you are already in a timeline. The idea is that if you have a point in time, you can use that to define the point in your timeline. So if I have a point in time, I can use it to describe my point in my timeline.

It’s a cool idea, but it’s a little bit of a stretch. It’s a little bit like comparing apples to oranges. You can’t compare apples to oranges because apples don’t have any points. So you have to compare apples to apples. But apples can only be compared to oranges because you are already in a timeline.

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