Wednesday, 15 October 2014

so .. as I read it again ..what comes/came first .. space ..or ..time ..





..or is it that length derives its origin from time .. and it is not the same .. by saying ..length and space ..


so .. as I read it again ..what comes/came first .. space ..or ..time ..

nothing absolute .. all relative .. as the fundamentals .. that ..space and ..time ..are ..each one can easily derive from the other ..

neither ..if they can be referred to as such, namely static .. are static .. either of them ..is ..dynamic .. and what can be more appropriate .. than being ..dynamic .. though ..one’s developing ..evolving ..thinking ..has to take deep down to what ..dynamic ..actually means .. because it .. has to do with ..what reality means .. and illusion .. and ..virtual .. and .. imaginary ..numbers ..

the claim for ..reality .. comes directly from the dynamic nature .. in general ..as well as .. the dynamic nature of the fundamentals of ..nature .. that of ..space and time ..

the space and time fundamentals ..exist in all ..worlds .. real or imaginary .. they all unfold their processes .. within ..well-defined ..space and time .. it is a necessary condition ..

reciprocity .. reciprocal .. space and time .. their relationship .. time dilates ..length and by virtue of length ..space contracts .. as all other spatial dimensions ..presumably should contract .. the specific terminology used .. dilate ..contract .. literally increase/decrease ..in size ..

dimensions .. in their whole gamut .. beyond the ..traditional three dimensions .. should be liable to undergo ..increase/decrease .. 

.. in a direct relationship of the most prominent of them ..namely ..the three dimensions ..length, breadth, height .. but with a diminishing ..effect .. as the ..number of dimensionality increases ..

an absolute ..unchanging parameter .. the speed of light .. as it is assumed .. at least ..or the least ..in our reality ..our universe .. the parameter ..around which .. space and time ..increase, decrease .. dilate, contract ..

is it actually the parameter.. as it is defined .. in chaotic systems .. in chaos .. in the evolution of chaotic systems .. when for a certain range of parametric values .. the system .. the incumbent system is allowed to go as far as the defined and definitive parameter .. allows .. our whole universe .. one chaotic system .. as defined by the speed of light ..

..and as in chaotic systems .. the parameter can be tweaked and .. its range or exact value can be manipulated .. and their space and time fundamentals .. simply following the same rules ..reciprocal rules .. that exist in our universe .. giving rise to other universes ..

universes ..co-existing .. instead of assumed ..as being crammed in a tight space .. imperative to free our notions of space ..detached by our ..earth-, universe-bound notions .. accepted merely as the result of ..forces applied and exerted by fields ..evolved out of the space..

all ..universes ..exist in ..literally what is ..phase space .. 

the atoms we are made of does not allow us to visit other universes .. 



Tuesday, 30 September 2014

consciousness.. order ..all ..simply ..imaginary ..as they ride ..on ..on other processes waves. External landmark.


The most prominent trait of collective behaviour is the emergence of global order: individuals synchronize their states, giving the stunning impression that the group behaves as one.

PLOS Computational Biology: Collective Behaviour without Collective Order in Wild Swarms of Midges

..impression.. stunning ..even if ..still ..does not make it real ..in the realm of imaginary.. of illusion..

..emergence ..synchronize their states.. but not to one another ..but to ..something ..outside ..of anyone in the group .. of any other unit in the system.. whatever that system is..  the frame of reference ..what it implies.. at bay.. a context.. the frame.. and within that context ..a ..point that ..is used ..for all the ..units to synchronize themselves to.. to align themselves to it.. and only.. doing it.. each one ..on their own accord ..without any consideration needed ..or given..concerned about it  ..for any of the other units in a system ..


A paradigmatic case is that of insect swarms, whose erratic movements seem to suggest that group formation is a mere epiphenomenon of the independent interaction of each individual with an external landmark.


PLOS Computational Biology: Collective Behaviour without Collective Order in Wild Swarms of Midges

..erratic movements ..group formation and the order implied.. termed.. mere epiphenomenon ..suggested as..

..independent interaction of each individual.. each unit of a system.. with an external landmark..

..each system ..driven by its own landmark..

..order ..any kind of order ..epiphenomenon.. epiphenomenal.. rides ..on borrowed waves.. waves that were not ..meant.. for her.. to go that far as to describe ..her ..as an illusion.. 
..and what of it.. that inkling of a thought that ..entered my mind ..consciousness ..herself ..epiphenomenal.. that rides on ..somebody..something .. else's ..waves .. processes.. 

...neurons ..neural cells.. brain.. that goes about its business without any care about ..consciousness and the mind that sustains ..her..

..consciousness ..does not ..having a faithful servant ..rides ..on ..unwilling ..rides.. can be ..thrown of its seat at any time ..discarded as a ..bothersome ..annoying baggage ..at any time ..

..external landmark ..what would be that landmark in human societies.. in search for.. that landmark..

..and that doesn't tell much ..for that precious order ..that ..so many devote their lives into..

..words that ought to be put in context.. in order to extract meaning ..to facilitate.. achieving deeper meanings.. fathoming the concept they are attached to..

Sunday, 7 September 2014

Systems are built upon the incompatibility notion. Revisited.



Friday, 16 December 2011

Draft chaos: Past, present and future concurring? Nonlinear time?

"... being incompatible (again), and by being incompatible means that they are not losing their identity or integrity at any time but they continue to interact and by this continual interaction bring about the creation of ..., the world, universe, reality, the physical realm itself."

incompatible .. from the very beginnings .. charge; positive negative .. magnetism; north south polarity .. quantum color-anticolor charge ..

to its furthest extensions .. from the minutiae .. to the really awesome .. systems are built upon the incompatibility notion ..

surpassing .. any realm .. that exists ..existed ..being thought of ..or imagined ..

systems .. not only can afford .. incompatibility .. but depend upon it.. thrive in it ..

incompatible systems .. the entities responsible for .. composite .. complex.. systems themselves .. tuned to its utmost .. for the comprising emergent system's sake ..

the essence of ..dynamic the energy expended
[u1] .. greater .. energy created (?) ..


[u1]energy expended .. being used .. to hold together ..incompatible entities ..  a way to ..reserve .. to store .. to ..imprison .. energy to contain ..energy .. energy which in its ..free form ..is destructive .. harness energy .. 

energy need to be contained .. energy ..incompatible with ..form ..structure ..

the very obstacle .. the first case ..needed to be overcome for a ..universe to be created ..incompatibility a legacy ..a legacy program deeply ingrained in the processes that spawn ..universes ..


static .. notions .. only apparent .. to fit .. to the limited scope .. of a furtive lazy glance .. of an observer's eye ..

entities assemble into systems with one thing in mind .. to avail the system founded .. their individual properties vital for the system ..and the subsystems .. it depends upon

time .. space .. incompatible(?) ..

the greater the incompatibility .. the more the stable .. the system is ..

at any time .. that the conditions amenable .. are nulled and void .. a system ceases to be .. (no matter its size, its significance, its fundamental ..nature) ..dissolve into what ..it was made of .. into its components ..the entities ..it is made out of ..

the static attribute .. only apparent .. sudden death of attractors .. ensues ..

widening of a chaotic attractor and .. extinguishing of a chaotic attractor. ..sudden death.. live and ..prosper or die ..



The world in ..crisis .. economic crisis .. 

..crisis and ..sudden death ..or widening of chaotic attractors .. systems ..in context .. all of their own ..
..however ..

..the difference in ..context ..irrelevant .. what holds for one .. holds for the other .. 
..what applies for one ..applies for the other ..too .. self-similarity ..employed ..

..the  passage from one context to another easily ..accomplished ..  ..
..
..
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 [u1]  under ..new light ..afforded .. between .. widening of an attractor and .. extinguishing of an attractor ..


In section 2 we treat the case of the one-dimensional quadratic map. This simple paradigmatic example is used to introduce and distinguish two types of crises[u2] ,..


[u2]  .. crises ..


identifying the crisis .. the ensuing crisis .. to determine the results ..on the chaotic attractors ..


 .. the boundary crisis and the interior crisis[u3].  

  [u3]two types of crises, the boundary crisis and the interior crisis..

.. the distinction into ..kinds ..types of crises .. significant .. as ..each leads into completely different ..outcomes .. one of the types ..leads into the destruction …the sudden death of the attractor ..and the other into the ..proliferation of the attractors .. bigger and more inclusive attractors .. a ..bifurcation to a ..dead-end ..and a bifurcation ..capable of ..branching out ..

more entities ..included ..allowed ..in ..
This ..intuitively .. I find as more significant in the ..social context .. attractors having to do ..with societies ..
Note: intuitively ..I mis-conceived ..mis-construed ..which crisis would lead to what outcome .. a point I should ..delve upon ..


The former leads to sudden destruction of the chaotic attractor and its basin of attraction[u4] ,..


 [u4]The former leads to sudden destruction of the chaotic attractor and its basin of attraction ..

namely the ..boundary crisis ..


..while the latter can cause sudden changes in the size of the chaotic attractor.[u5] 

[u5]the latter can cause sudden changes in the size of the chaotic attractor…


namely the ..interior crisis ..


(The former and the latter.. relationship ..explained ..fathomed .. ambiguity ..dissolved .. vanished ..)

Section 2 also discusses the associated characteristic statistical behavior [u6]...

 [u6]... associated characteristic statistical behavior..  

understanding ..fully .. the meaning of this sentence ..being crucial ..   

... occurring for parameter values [u7] ...


 [u7]  ..parameter values  [u7].. 

 paying attention to ..associated parameters ..identifying the parameters .. since we are talking ..dealing with chaotic attractors .. namely ..chaos .. it is very hard to ..identify the parameters involved .. chaos ..in the mind .. proper .. suits the human individual .. unable ..problematic  to discern the parameters ..concerned ..an inability to distinguish the parameters .. that are crucial in any given system .. 
a drawback but ..at the same time ..a gift .. 



....just past that at which the crisis takes place.
 In the case of the boundary crisis, for parameter values just past the crisis point,
the attractor no longer exists. Nevertheless, typical trajectories initialized in the
region formerly occupied by the destroyed attractor appear to move about in this
region chaotically[u8],...


 [u8]typical trajectories initialized in the region formerly occupied by the destroyed attractor appear to move about in this region chaotically..

understandable .. processes that ..persevere ..persist ..habits in the behaviour of entities .. being put into the social context .. at the back of my mind .. one of the attributes under which this current theme occupies my mind .. being part of my search .. what drives to look for answers .. what triggers my ..efforts ..


 ... as before the crisis occurred, but only for a finite time after which the orbit rapidly leaves the region [u9]...


 [u9]as before the crisis occurred, but only for a finite time after which the orbit rapidly leaves the region..

aimless ..wandering about.. the attractor ..has ..gone .. what driven them in the first place is no more .. the remnant ..processes that their purpose ..cease to be .. it brings into my mind that excerpt from the book about poverty from Broniclav(the name elludes me) the historical periods of Europe ..overlapping ..the vestiges of behaviour still persisting into the next historical period till them vanishing ..completely ..

 
... (a chaotic transient[u10] ). 


 [u10]a chaotic transient ..  

how chaos is perceived .. assumed as its main ingredient which still perseveres .. 

aimless ..purposeless ..state of being and ..doing ..


In the case of an interior crisis, the attractor suddenly increases in size, and we study
the dependence of the fraction of time a typical orbit on an attractor of increased size
spends in the formerly empty region as a function of closeness of the parameter to its crisis value[u11]



 [u11]the dependence of the fraction of time a typical orbit on an attractor of increased size
spends in the formerly empty region as a function of closeness of the parameter to its crisis value..

what is the significance ..found in this ..sentence ..
the formerly ..empty region .. a region that the ..previous attractor ..did not enter .. and now ..new ..ground ..and ..the new attractor ..enters .. a relationship ..looked upon ..the closeness of the parameters to the crisis value .. determining the crisis value ..significant .. in identifying the ..extend .. the inclusiveness ..of the new wider ..attractor .. what processes have been added ..or augmented ..at what degree the new attractor ..corresponds ..to the entities that are ..affected by its processes .. satisfied within its ..orbits ..needs, wants satisfied ..fulfilled ..
 pose the question .. to find the answer ..find out the question ..significant ..crucial ..

 In this case a new type of scaling phenomenon [u12]...

 [u12]scaling phenomenon..
 scaling phenomenon.. does that ..remind of .. butterfly flap .. reminiscent of .. implicated in chaos ..
.. the sudden widening of three chaotic bands to form one broader band ..


.. is found and discussed. [The example of an interior crisis used in section 2, the sudden widening of three chaotic bands to form one broader band, was first extensively discussed by Chang and Wright [4] (see also Grebogi et al. [3]).]