10.29.2011 Back to square one. On the first day at his new job, the programmer sits down and starts reading the manual and following the tutorials.


Operations Manual 

Table of Contents:

1) Basic Operation of the phylogon engine
	a) Powering up sequence. 
	b) PHINS - PHylogonic Inter Navigational System.
	c) Hardware checks and safety precautions.
2) Phylogon Basics
	a) Definition
	b) Characteristics and History
	c) Dimensions
3) Phylogon Creation
	a) Making your first phylogon
	b) How to enter phylogons and what to expect
	c) Methods of exit
		1) Internal triggers
		2) External triggers
		3) Power objects
	d)Temporary and permanent exits from a phylogon

4) Phylogon Classes
	a) Static and Dynamic 
	b) Cyclical
	c) Nested and layered
	d) Resonant
5) Phylogon Construction Methods

He gets tired of reading. It is time to take a road test. Our hero builds a simple phylogon with a callback timer. When he finishes and clicks 'enter' there is a loud hum, the fins vibrate, and he suddenly finds himself weightless in an infinite blue field; above him hover the words, "hello world." One minute later he is sitting back at the console with a completely new idea about who he is. He has had his first taste of what he can accomplish with this remarkable technology.
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