Everything is a child or attribute of something else.
Everything is merely a smaller part of a greater thing; that is, it is an attribute or property of something else. In computer programming this is called Object-base. An object has properties that can be set or changed. For example, the screen on which you are reading this has properties such as width, height, contrast, tint, brightness pixel ratio among many other attributes. Some of these attributes are only readable and cannot be changed or written. In a more complex example, think of a human being. Some of our properties or attributes are: gender, age, race, height, eye color. With DNA mapping, some of these properties may move from being only readable to writeable properties. Everything is a thing of some other thing of some other thing and on and on.
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