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==The Standardized Questionaire of the Tree of Knowledge==
 
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==Example==
 
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It has been estimated by [[mathematician]]s with way too much time on their hands that this grandiose scheme is sufficient to encode a whopping 1,099,511,627,776 (+/- 1) individual concepts. Unfortunately, what with the hyperexponentially-expanding [[Uncyclopedia]] database, the total amount of human knowledge will most likely exceed the present capacity of the Tree of Knowledge within the next few hours. When that horrible time of reckoning arrives, an expanded tree (Tree of Knowledge 2.0) will be prepared that will rate all known knowledge by [[giggle value]].
 
It has been estimated by [[mathematician]]s with way too much time on their hands that this grandiose scheme is sufficient to encode a whopping 1,099,511,627,776 (+/- 1) individual concepts. Unfortunately, what with the hyperexponentially-expanding [[Uncyclopedia]] database, the total amount of human knowledge will most likely exceed the present capacity of the Tree of Knowledge within the next few hours. When that horrible time of reckoning arrives, an expanded tree (Tree of Knowledge 2.0) will be prepared that will rate all known knowledge by [[giggle value]].
   
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* [[The Knowledge Which No One Can Have]]
 
* [[The Knowledge Which No One Can Have]]
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Latest revision as of 17:05, July 26, 2013

The Tree of Knowledge is a brand new paradigm for categorizing the entirety of human knowledge in an easily accessible format, and will soon replace the archaic and non-politically-correct Dewey Decimal System.

edit Binary Classification

In this new system, every single concept will be assigned a unique 40-digit binary number based on a standardized yes/no questionnaire, with 40 questions. All of the questions are of the form "Is it xxx?", where "xxx" is a three-letter adjective.

edit The First Three Levels of the Tree of Knowledge


                                +--hot----->
                                |
                    +--big------+
                    |           |
                    |           +--not-hot->
        +--red------+
        |           |           +--hot----->
        |           |           |
        |           +--not big--+
        |                       |
        |                       +--not-hot->
(root)--+
        |                       +--hot----->
        |                       |
        |           +--big------+
        |           |           |
        |           |           +--not-hot->
        +--not red--+
                    |           +--hot----->
                    |           |
                    +--not big--+
                                |
                                +--not-hot->

edit The Standardized Questionaire of the Tree of Knowledge

  1. Is it red?
  2. Is it big?
  3. Is it hot?
  4. Is it old?
  5. Is it bad?
  6. Is it dim?
  7. Is it mad (i.e., angry)?
  8. Is it fat?
  9. Is it law (i.e., legal)?
  10. Is it let (i.e., rented out)?
  11. Is it fed (i.e., not hungry)?
  12. Is it wet?
  13. Is it aft (i.e., astern)?
  14. Is it hid (i.e., out of sight)?
  15. Is it fit (i.e., healthy)?
  16. Is it sin (i.e., very naughty)?
  17. Is it Nip (i.e., Japanese)?
  18. Is it shy?
  19. Is it sad (i.e., unhappy)?
  20. Is it far?
  21. Is it due (i.e., payable)?
  22. Is it lax (i.e., not strict)?
  23. Is it mod (i.e., modern)?
  24. Is it off (i.e., non-operative)?
  25. Is it art?
  26. Is it gay?
  27. Is it oak (i.e., made of wood)?
  28. Is it Wop (i.e., Italian)?
  29. Is it gas (i.e., gaseous)?
  30. Is it soy (i.e., resembling tofu)?
  31. Is it low?
  32. Is it hip (i.e., trendy)?
  33. Is it God?
  34. Is it apt (i.e., appropriate)?
  35. Is it rap (i.e., spoken to the sound of jungle drums)?
  36. Is it foe (i.e., an enemy)?
  37. Is it Rod (i.e., Rod Stewart)?
  38. Is it kin (i.e., related to me)?
  39. Is it goy (i.e., non-Jewish)?
  40. Is it fun?

edit Example

God can be represented using the following string of numbers:

0101001110110110010100010000000011000000

This is a far more convenient way to label God, and using this code God can be scanned at the checkout, saving customer time.

edit Is It Big Enough?

It has been estimated by mathematicians with way too much time on their hands that this grandiose scheme is sufficient to encode a whopping 1,099,511,627,776 (+/- 1) individual concepts. Unfortunately, what with the hyperexponentially-expanding Uncyclopedia database, the total amount of human knowledge will most likely exceed the present capacity of the Tree of Knowledge within the next few hours. When that horrible time of reckoning arrives, an expanded tree (Tree of Knowledge 2.0) will be prepared that will rate all known knowledge by giggle value.

edit See also

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