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by Chris Klinger

ePub Bootstrapping Reality from the Limitations of Logic: Developing the foundations of 'Process Physics', a radical information-theoretic modelling of reality download
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Chris Klinger
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PDF The new Process Physics models reality as self-organising .

1. Modelling Reality. The p resent day modelling of reality and the mindset of physicists was very much set.

11% off. Bootstrapping Reality from the Limitations of Logic. to re-evaluate the status of conventional modern physics

11% off. By (author) Chris Klinger. Free delivery worldwide. to re-evaluate the status of conventional modern physics. The vital insight is that the limitations of logic imposed by Godel (and those who followed) furnish the key to achieving a profound, if not ultimate, understanding of Nature at its most fundamental level. Format Paperback 348 pages.

At this level, process physics leaves reality unexplained, simply taking for granted that it possesses the complexity needed for self-reference. Unlike process physics, the CTMU contains, according to Langan, no assumptions: Because the CTMU is based on logic, . If it turns out that such complexity does not come for free, but rather imposes constraints on the structure of reality, then those constraints will govern process physics. logical tautologies, plus a small set of metalogical tautologies, it has been described as a "supertautology". No assumptions are necessary, only laws of mathematics.

Space and quantum physics are emergent and unified, and described by a Quantum Homotopic Field Theory of fractal topological defects embedded in a three-dimensional fractal process-space.

Space and quantum physics are emergent and unified, and described by a Quantum Homotopic Field Theory of fractal topological defects embedded in a three dimensional fractal process-space.

If reality anywhere contradicts itself (the laws of physics variate, the laws of logic variate) then it would have . And since those observers cannot be separated from reality (because they are in it) they are in a literal sense, reality in the act of observing itself. Reality perceiving itself.

If reality anywhere contradicts itself (the laws of physics variate, the laws of logic variate) then it would have collapsed already (. much, much sooner then later). Because if nature isn’t always uniform, the mechanism that controls its uniformity would be an arbitary one (a mathematically random one) instead of a chosen one, meaning the universe would be maximally entropic, destroying itself instantly. Coherency Is Good, Incoherency is evil.

It is found to be c and participatory, yielding a computational and programmable .

It is found to be c and participatory, yielding a computational and programmable universe. Show all. About the authors. James B. Glattfelder grew up in the Swiss mountains and holds an . c. in theoretical physics next to a P. in the study of complex systems. Ontological Enigmas: What is the True Nature of Reality? Pages 345-394. How a New Understanding of the Universe Can Help Answer Age-Old Questions of Existence. Glattfelder.

Developing the foundations of 'Process Physics', a radical c modelling of reality For all the successes of the two edifices of modern physics, quantum theory and Einstein' s relativity, a fundamental description of the Universe as a whole – a theory.

Developing the foundations of 'Process Physics', a radical c modelling of reality For all the successes of the two edifices of modern physics, quantum theory and Einstein' s relativity, a fundamental description of the Universe as a whole – a theory that informs as to the true nature of reality – has eluded science for decades. Author Chris Klinger describes the development and evolution of a new paradigm called ' 3231 руб 2010 год 348 стр. мягкая обложка.

By the nature of its derivation, this theory, the Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe or CTMU, can be regarded as a supertautological reality-theoretic extension of logic

By the nature of its derivation, this theory, the Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe or CTMU, can be regarded as a supertautological reality-theoretic extension of logic.

The book Cahill, R. T. Process Physics: From Information Theory to Quantum . Cahill and C. M. Klinger

The becoming or processing model of reality dates back further to Heraclitus of Ephesus (540 – 480 BC) who argued that common sense is mistaken in thinking that the world consists of stable things; rather the world is in a state of flux. Klinger. Bootstrap Universe from Self-Referential Noise July, 2005 PROGRESS IN PHYSICS compose the mathematical structures into possible histories - each corresponding to a different possible decoherent classical sequencing.

For all the successes of the two edifices of modern physics, quantum theory and Einstein's relativity, a fundamental description of the Universe as a whole ? a theory that informs as to the true nature of reality ? has eluded science for decades. Author Chris Klinger describes the development and evolution of a new paradigm called 'Process Physics', a radical information-theoretic modelling of reality that utilizes the limitations of logic first identified by Godel. First describing the historical, philosophical, and metaphysical foundations of physics to consider how the prevailing views in modern physics arose and what this revealed and contributed to the development of Process Physics, the author goes on to describe the fundamentals of the new theory and demonstrates the viability of looking outside the current paradigms to reveal that Godel's theorems provide the opportunity to re-evaluate the status of conventional modern physics. The vital insight is that the limitations of logic imposed by Godel (and those who followed) furnish the key to achieving a profound, if not ultimate, understanding of Nature at its most fundamental level.