History and Philosophy of Physics

   

Reinterpreting the Universe as Systems with a Single Programmatic Intent to Preserve Structure.

Authors: Tariq Khan

A pattern appears to exist in the Universe based on a foundational and simple rule. It is possible that every aspect of our reality of objects and processes can be interpreted as systems with an apparent intent to preserve structure - as physical form or as information. We can see this fundamental principle or rule at various levels in a structural hierarchy of complexity in our Universe increasing from the traits of consistency and fecundity, at the smallest of scales, to traits of diversity and consolidation, and then to optimizations in time, memory, resiliency, and redundancy amidst scarcity and competition and finally culminating, in the “use” of minds and “aggregate minds as agents” ultimately to preserve structure as concepts as information in mental ideas.

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[v1] 2018-10-08 09:42:45
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