Monday, August 3, 2015

Complexity: an essential requirement for intelligent life



Time evolution of the universe


According to general relativity, clocks and time can only be defined correctly in the presence of matter. In other words, interaction is an essential ingredient and generator of time. More precisely, the consequence of "static” time is that the universe is static and unchanging for outside observers. Inside participants perceive the evolution of the cosmos through entanglement. Entanglement triggers interaction (decoherence), which evolves toward polar singularities, called white and black holes. The poles also appear in particular solutions of Einstein’s field equations. The gravitational effects of black holes aided their discovery, but white holes remain difficult to observe due to negative-curving, bulging fields, which deflect incoming energy, even light. As their name reflect, they might be the source of illusionary light rays, a significant challenge to their discovery. 

Thanks to string theory, it is becoming widely accepted that the universe has more dimensions than experienced. In string theory, the holographic principle recognizes the horizon's importance as the information depository of a given volume of space (Susskind, 1994). The holographic principle means that information accumulation of the horizon via interaction turns particles into information-saturated black holes. The Euclidean spatial field, which determines the highest complexity, applies to our world and for life. Evolution is an ever-increasing complexity that works through the self-organization of matter into stars, planets, and living creatures such as us. The apex of evolution is the appearance of the still-evolving, highly intelligent mind, which cannot be a uniquely human quality. Some other planets in some other galaxies necessarily nurture life.

The universe’s drive toward complexity is a humbling realization because the most complicated matter known to man is the human brain. The idea that evolution, including societal progress, is channeled toward complexity and order suggests a shining future for the cosmos' intelligent occupants, including mankind.


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4 comments:

  1. The brain is only a reflecting mirror of complexity of our biological system and subjective experience of our sense organs hence we cannot say brain itself is a complex and due to this belief we are not still able to understand brain properly because we will have to understand the interactions of our sense organs that are made of conscious matter.

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    1. The human brain is the most complex matter known in existence.

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  2. EXTRACT:
    ``The apex of evolution is the appearance of the still-evolving, highly intelligent mind, which cannot be a uniquely human quality. Some other planets in some other galaxies necessarily nurture life``
    Matches well with my idea of an ever present ``INTELLIGENT FIELD `` out there.
    ANOTHER EXTRACT:
    ``The universe’s drive toward complexity is a humbling realization because the most complicated matter known to man is the human brain. The idea that evolution, including societal progress, is channeled toward complexity and order suggests a shining future for the cosmos' intelligent occupants, including mankind.``
    Matches well with my idea of a `TRAVELLING COSMIC MIND` that ensures permanent consciousness for all and hence a `Shining Future`

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    1. It is reassuring to see similar conclusions from another thinker. Thank you for your feedback.

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