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IdeaFarm (tm) Knowledge Trees:

An IdeaFarm (tm) Knowledge Tree is a text document in which the text is organized in a tree rather than linearly or sequentially. Conventional text is read linearly, from beginning to end. In an IdeaFarm (tm) Knowledge Tree, each sentence is called a "branch". Think of an IdeaFarm (tm) Knowledge Tree as a form of writing that moves footnotes into the body of the document and allows footnotes to be nested. To view the source text for this web site, click "kt-code" below. To understand the source, read the "{body:" section from the bottom up and pay close attention to the indentation of each line. The indentation controls the level that the branch will be placed in the tree. When a tree has only re or fewer levels, it will be rendered as a single HTML page. When there are more than re levels, multiple HTML pages will be created and some sentences in those pages will be clickable to access more detail. There is no practical limit to the number of levels in an IdeaFarm (tm) Knowledge Tree.