Blog dictionary


Emotional temperature  Landauer's principle suggests that information accumulation correlates with measurable temperature. In the brain, enhanced brain frequencies lead to information accumulation, an energy requiring and mentally taxing condition, which forms a focused, nervous or stressed mental state. This enhanced anxiety level is often called emotional temperature in psychology.

Emotional distance  Emotional distance is the degree of trust in the relationship. It has a temporal element because it is constantly modified according to the latest events. 

Interaction  Mental interaction is based on energy/information exchange with the environment via stimuli. It necessarily leads to an energetic difference in the brain, manifested as synaptic changes. Landauer’s principle dictates that erasing information requires energy. Restoring a low entropy resting state via automatic regulation transforms the information of the stimulus into order (energy). Therefore, the environment’s information i.e., stimulus, increases the brain’s synaptic complexity.  In this way, the brain participates in the environment’s energy cycle.

Intellect  Intellect forms when engagement with the environment leads to actions that increase opportunities in the future. 

Landauer's principle  Landauer's principle asserts that there is a minimum amount of energy required to erase one bit of information, known as the Landauer limit:

Temporal field  The temporal analog of the spatial field, the temporal field is formed by the order of events. Living systems are dependent on air, water, and shelter for survival, which causes their absolute reliance on time. 

Temporal gravity (emotional gravity)  As gravity results from the curvature of space, temporal gravity is formed by the positive curvature temporal field and regulates the level of mental comfort.