Monday, June 25, 2012

Describing Universe and Consciousness Mathematically


I have written on this subject before, though the material has been lost for the most part. I would like to now detail what I have come to understand as the "creator function" that operates in a temporal reverberation between null-empty-void-space and a causal strange-loop that has the potential to eventually stabilize into an existence, defined as I have previously stated by conscious observation.. 


I have created an admittedly crude illustration of this function:

It is important to understand that the "Instability of nothing" to use the terminology of Lawrence Krauss is due to the distance or line between C(null) and C(one) being outside of the definition of time. It is not part of the observational (consciousness) side of the function, and as such no passage of time can be meaningful. Indeed, this is in large part what makes "the void" or nothingness special is that time's passage is instantaneously realized.
The "probability field", I have found a perfect analogy for in Richard Feynman's Path Integral formulation of Q.M. in which a particle is understood by measuring or averaging all possible paths the particle could have taken. I have left it as an "open" point because it may describe many other mathematical "weird-entities" but I am only interested in those of them that become consciously observed universes.

The formula at the top of the illustration is the best simplified notation I could come up with. One should think of the components of the denominator as line notation except for delta y.

What is delta y then? It is the constantly reoccurring update of observation. After all, this function describes consciousness. The solid line C(2)E(2) then would be the effect of observation on the universe.

The next step is to realize that as this observer becomes more complex and eventually resembles something like a human consciousness its observations are expanding along multiple dimensions. So while the illustration is a simple line graph, the actual reality is significantly more complex.

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