All of the examples are described with "you are presented a situation represented by or perhaps containing x cuil." How does the cuil in a given scenario come about? Perhaps I'm misunderstanding things, but it would seem that as any tangible item presented is formed its cuil must change. The cuil is somehow defined by the difference between what you want and what you receive, so if you want a hamburger and someone presents hamburger ingredients before the hamburger is made and then proceeds to produce the hamburger how does the cuil vary with time?
Is there a cuil function, and can one define the derivative of the cuil function? At the moment when the two buns meet on the ideal burger is there a cuil singularity?
I'm also curious about the physicallity of cuil. Is it conserved? Does an increase in cuil require that somewhere else cuil decreases? I think that perhaps there should be a universal cuil constant, such that the sum of all cuil in existence would represent a perfect representation of the universe and therefore it cannot be different at some future point. I beleive this sum could be like the universe's total momentum which I would presume is 0 by Newton's Laws. So anything perfectly in keeping with reality would have a neutral cuil. Then one could theoretically produce equations to describe the flux of cuil for given scenarios.
Take the current definition of 2 cuils:
"If you asked me for a hamburger, but it turns out I don't really exist. Where I was originally standing, a picture of a hamburger rests on the ground."
Now if out of the picture stepped Wayne Gretsky, then the cuil would increase. However, if Wayne Gretsky was to then hand you your hamburger and return into the picture, the cuil would presumably decrease to within y cuil of reality.