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Self-Referential Noise and the Synthesis of Three-Dimensional Space

By Cahill, Reginald T.

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Title: Self-Referential Noise and the Synthesis of Three-Dimensional Space  
Author: Cahill, Reginald T.
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Language: English
Subject: Science., Physics, Physics--Research
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Introduction: General relativity begins the modeling of reality by assuming differentiable manifolds and dynamical equations for a 3:1 metric spacetime. Clearly this amounts to a high level phenomenology which must be accompanied by various meta-rules for interpretation and application. The same situation also occurs in the quantum theory. But how are we to arrive at an understanding of the origin and logical necessity for the form of these laws and their interpretational meta-rules? We argue that the understanding, and therefore also the unification, of these almost fundamental theories actually involves an appreciation of the special features of end-game modeling. In essence an end-game theory is one which involves the unique situation in which we attempt to model reality without a priori notions. Present day theoretical physics is very much based upon the notion of objects and their rules, which amounts to numbers (of objects) and thus arithmetic, and the generalization to sets and abstract mathematics. From these rules of objects we also arrived at traditional object-based logic. Axiom-based modeling always assumes some starting set of objects and their rules. This has the apparent defect of requiring an ignite regress of a hierarchy of models; each one yielding a higher level as an emergent phenomenon. Here this profound problem of an ignite regress of nested objects and their rules is overcome by proposing that a fundamental modeling of reality must invoke self-organized criticality (SOC) to hide the start-up axioms via universality.

 

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