The bifurcation process usually described in the appropriate academic literature is not sequential. What I am proposing is not merely sequential but linear as well. A linear but nonsequential bifurcation process is possible, of course, but is not optimal for most students. Most prefer that bifurcation be sequential as that dovetails nicely with the facts as we currently know them in Quantum Cosmology. With that in mind, reconsider the commitment of Science to nonspecific factuality. In such an epistemological quagmire, facts do not merely become optimally "known" and laterally experienced but they also become nonspecific. Meaning, the observations and experiments performed lack a specific gravity as well as any connection to what is known about the Universal Solvent. Theory becomes fact and fact becomes nonspecific and obtuse, known only to Jesus and your bow legged grandma!