a reply to: Peeple
Hairy poo made me smile, so I couldn't censor it
Now, you say you are over TLE (timeless ecosystems, acronyms rule, ARrrrrr), and that you believe its "actually like this." But, I don't see how what
you described is in conflict with timeless ecosystems? Maybe I'm not quite understanding.
I think that distinguishing by time vs timeless is a bit problematic too. Obviously, that's what I used, but its a bit like comparing water ecosystems
vs waterless ecosystems. It certainly has a foundation, but I think it focuses too much on one aspect as the defining factor when that might not
really be accurate. I'm not sure how to make a better distinction there, mind you, but it doesn't quite jive with me even though I use it.
I actually agree about the concept of information. I hold the opinion that the TOE will be an equation that deals with the transformation of that
information, wherein all possible states are essentially contained in a waveform. So, your three "statuses" would be the peak, the trough, and the
middle baseline (very, very roughly speaking.. trying to connect our ideologies
). Not sure if I've mentioned it, but that's what being a
morphologian is all about. And yes, as far as I know, that's a fabricated title
Its all about how information interacts, and for me, how we might
perceive that. In other words, given my belief, similar to yours, that information is the fabric of things, determining how it changes (or doesn't
change) on a universal scale will yield a theory of everything.
If you have seen the movie A Beautiful Mind, about Nash, this is the type of thing he was touching on though it was specific to economics. In a sense,
its like optimization optimized, but there is so much more
to it than that. Kind of going OT here.. Pull up! Pull up!
One of the major sticking points is transient events. I've mentioned it a few times, and in the past I think someone said we had already gone over it
and everyone moved on.. but there might be some different definitions going on there.
They are really a wrench in the works, though one that is generally minimized, mitigated, or overlooked. This type of change in the information can be
incredibly destructive. The interesting part, which led me to believe its not just the state but the "position"
of the states, is that
essentially nothing "new" is introduced yet we get a very different form of the same information. Without some canvas for this to occur, which would
also give veracity not only to the importance of aspects like spin, velocity, and direction but the "spacetime" in which they occur, these anomalies
likely wouldn't exist.