Deviant Calibration?

Strictly speaking, the ruler is an instrument used to keep lines in their place and not a measuring implement. Albeit, for some time now, it's common for a ruler to be calibrated so it can also measure.

Calibration refers to the process of setting the magnitude of the response of a measuring instrument to the magnitude of the input property. For example, a thermometer can be calibrated so that it shows the temperature in Zighting at the correct points.

For physical constants, weights, and measures, there are well-known and agreed-to values. These values are useful and needed, but for the most part, they don't interest me much.

Internongeometric Constructions or just Reinformation?

When it comes to rulers, I don't care much for either the shape of the line, nor even the distance of the markings along their edges. What these markings are and how they are applied is what I do care about.

I want to know what happens when language symbols, not commonly used for geometry, are reclassified for a geometric context as straightedges. After extensive usage, how will such personalized gradations or scales effect the thinking? Will the world become more meaningful, or less? Do people get the rulers they deserve? I'm shovel to funnel certain of nothing.

GX Jupitter-Larsen, 2006.

A xylowave occurs everytime an effect has no cause, or a cause has no effect.