Part One : An intro to Complexly Evolving Ensembles (CEE)
In The Five Principles of Organized Complexity, a Complexly Evolving Ensemble is defined as a competitively constrained self-organizing scheme, simply because it expresses mechanisms for memory and intelligence…click here to continue.
Part Two : Organized Complexity and KnowledgeAccording to the Five Principles of Organized Complexity, Knowledge is described as invariant, immobile, unchanging, static, un-interactive and fixed…click here to continue.
Part Three : My Five Principles of Organized ComplexityIn the Five Principles of Organized Complexity, Principles are described as pristine ideations from which particular derivatives are extrapolated. A good example is the principle of Communication, which would prescribe what any means of communication must possess to be fit for sharing intent or purpose…click here to continue.
Part Four : A K-pattern as the rationale behind Organized ComplexityAccording to the Five Principles of Organized Complexity, the 3D organization encoded within the distribution of Prime numbers, forms the template upon which Organized Complexity is erected throughout the Universe, simply because space-time emerged from this organization. Living matter is matter which resonates with the fundamental harmonic of this distribution, which reverberates according to the frequency of the number 6. The Standard Model, Special Relativity and Riemann’s hypothesis : Fundamental particles are really just field excitations or resonances with distinct spin characteristics. How are these spin characteristics all related? What role does the critical line in Riemann’s Hypothesis play with regards to these characteristics from high energy particle physics?…click here to continue.
Part Five : The nature of the Infinite Possibility Potential
According to The Five Principles of Organized Complexity, it is impossible to tell the absolute size of the Universe, simply because there is nothing external of it to compare it to. The Universe could be infinitely large, or infinitely small. Either way, we and the Universe itself wouldn’t know or care. It is paradoxes like these that we meet when we begin to think of the Infinite Possibility Potential, and the singularity of symmetry-asymmetry which has been called the big-bang. What banged?? What did its emergence look like?…click here to continue.