2. The Generalization

The Generalization of The Laws of The Physical Universe to A Universal Law Across All Fields

Given the Definitions:

1. A System:

1) a Set of:

i) relations: potential, contingent, consistent, shared properties, functioning by shared rules.

ii) dimensions: a spectrum of one or more relations organized into some order, usually less to more, or equilibrium to disequilibrium in two or more directions – usable for measurement (comparison).

iii) rules: (…)

2) Internally Bounded (Limited) by

i) differences in relations, dimensions, and rules

3) And Externally Bounded (Limited) by:

i) Open: Exchanging matter and information
ii) Closed: Exchanging information but not matter
iii) Isolated: Exchanging neither matter or information

4) for the purpose of measurement

i) by recursive disambiguation of the universe
ii) into and increasingly precise, consistent, correspondent, coherent model and simulation of the universe.

Where The Purpose of Measurement;

5) Measurement using a system of measures permits expansion of Sensation, Perception, and Reason by:

i) comparison,
ii) recombination (permutation)
iii) prediction
iv) way-finding (reasoning)
v) computation (with the known)
vi) calculation (of unknowns),
vii) taking action ( trial and error )
viii) lower and lower costs of trial and error.

6) Generating greater opportunity for discounts on acquisition of urgencies, necessities, needs, wants, and preferences.

7) By increasing discounts on TIME, and the biological, physical, cost of time, made possible by replacing many expensive trials and errors, with fewer and fewer cheaper trials and errors.

8) Allowing us to capitalize (accumulate) knowledge of discounts on time in the pursuit of survival, sustenance, ease, comfort, preference, opportunity.

9) That given of our evolved capacity for:

a) sensation, perception (integration), modeling
b) episodic memory, auto-association, prediction, and simulation
c) attention, recursion, goal-setting (state retention) and wayfinding(permutation)
d) whether by: imitation(physical), empathy(emotional), sympathy(cognitive) simulation

10) results in opportunity for cooperation between individuals, to obtain discounts on time because they can:

a) select opportunities for cooperation by physical, cognitive, psychological, and emotional labor.
b) concentrate physical, cognitive, psychological, and emotional labor.
c) divide physical cognitive, psychological and emotional labor
d) Share (multiply) knowledge of returns on such cooperation
e) means regardless of differing ends.

11) and when in groups, results in the opportunity between individuals in the group or groups within the group, to cooperate on shared means, ends, or both,


1. A Difference: a variation in the organization of a system.

2. A Marginal Indifference: a variation in the organization of a system insufficient to cause reorganization of the system, while maintaining the homogeneity of the system. Marginal indifferences can dissipate or accumulate.

3. A Marginal Difference: a variation in the organization of a system sufficient to cause reorganization of the system, altering the homogeneity of the system. Marginal differences dissipate by causing a reorganization of the system.

4. A State: the organization of a system of constant relations.

5. A Stable Equilibrium: A durable state of constant relations not subject to change in the absence of external information.

6. A Change in State: the reorganization of a system due to the presence of marginal differences.


1. Local: the radius of effect of a difference in space and time.
2. Locality: the transmission of differences throughout the radius of effect of any difference in space and time by the friction of space and time.
3. Non-Locality: the transmission of local differences in space and time through space in time in the absence of the friction of space and time. (NOTE: We do not know if non-locality exists)
4. Information: The transmission of local differences regardless of the existence or non-existence of the friction of space and time.

Where Causality Consists in:

1. Static or Fixed state consists in the absence o

Where Causality Consists in:

1. Static or Fixed state consists in the absence of difference(static) and absence of change(time), and requires external information(force, energy) in order to create a difference.

2. Any possibility of reorganization (change) requires the existence of a difference.

3. Any adversarial (competitive) condition that creates a potential for a difference in an organization that we call stress.

4. The most parsimonious (simple) cause of an internal difference is stress and the most parsimonious external difference is an opportunity for stress release.

5. That we know of, there exists only so many possible means of creating stress:

    1. Constraint (space)
    2. Excitement (energy)
    3. Organization (competition)

6. That we know of there exist only so many possible means of relieving stress:

    1. Expansion of the locality (Space) to distribute stress over a greater area
    2. Increase in the opposing scale of the difference along the axis of the dimension (addition, creating positive and negative).
    3. Increase in scale of the difference along the axis of the dimension (multiplication, creating frequency)
    4. Increase in instances of the difference (division) by the same dimension (creating reproduction)

7. vibration, space, third dimension of release. any non-dimensional stress must create space to release stress. 10.  Any stable relation that results from competition along the spectrum of a difference that we call a dimension of relations  (…) first release is space.  ( … )will result in a vibration – a continuous recurring, stable, transformation: a stable equilibrium along the dimension.

8. WRONG: this is computation: The most parsimonious (simple) difference consists of an adversarial competition between a Via-Positiva difference that releases stress along maximum axis (two), and a Via-Negativa counter-reaction to that difference: Opposites.

Where Causality proceeds by the sequence:

1. A marginally indifferent difference.
2. The accumulation of marginally indifferent differences.
3. The accumulation of marginally indifferent differences to the point of marginal difference. (Tipping Point)
4. The reorganization (transformation) resulting from a marginal difference

Where Causality Produces the spectrum:

1. Continuous Rotation, Oscillation, Vibration ( Existence, Life, Capital Preservation, Persistence )
2. Discrete Steps (Addition, Cooperation, Capital Increase, Evolution)
3. Replication (Multiplication, Division of Labor, Capital Increase, Reproduction)
4. Fractionalization (Division, Conflict, Capital Decrease, Devolution)
5. Subtraction (Subtraction, Crime-Warfare, Capital Decrease, Devolution)
6. Decay (Dissipation, Dysfunction, Capital Decrease, Decline)
7. Interference ( Subtraction, Stress, Competition, Capital Decrease, Decline )
8. Cancellation (Non-Persistence, Shock, Capital Destruction, Non-Existence)

Where a Subset of Causes Evolve into New States:

1. Equilibrium consists of a difference producing continuous change, in continuous repetition, producing a Stable State in time, that requires external information to reorganize (change).

2. Any change that Persists (Survives) we call a State, Stable Relation, or Stable Equilibrium. 

Where Minimum Conditions for a Sequence of Causality are:

1. Any change whether by collapse, decay, division, accumulation, or persistence can be caused by the forces that caused the existing difference (Internal Causes), or by forces external to the existing difference (External Causes).

2. In other words a background condition may contribute to the formation of stable relations. Likewise, a background condition may contribute to a change in stable relations.

3. The minimum conditions for a difference then are a background (ground) state and one difference, that causes a counter(competing, adversarial) difference to restore the background condition.

Where the Limits of Causal Identification consist in the spectrum:

1. Randomness
2. Underdetermination
3. Overdetermination
4. Sufficiency
5. Parsimony
6. Closure

Where Minimum Conditions for Emergence consist in:

1. The minimum condition for the emergence of multiple relations from temporary (wave, vibration, oscillation) to stable equilibrium (state) is an increase in frequency or what we call energy (increasing in accumulated stress).

2. Therefore with just one dimension of difference at increasing levels of energy would produce a hierarchy (spectrum, or dimension) of stable relations at different frequencies or interactions between frequencies.

3. Therefore if just one dimension of difference causes one opposing set of relations, it can cause mirrors of each frequency and each stable relation.

Where minimum conditions for a stable relation (stable equilibrium) consist in:

  1. (opportunity for accumulation of ‘more’)
  2. ( … ) (… triangle model here … )
  3. (cooperation)

Where Minimum Conditions for Preservation of Stable Relations (Equilibrium) Consist in:

1. The stability(difference, stability, energy) of the previous generation of the hierarchy (environment, baseline).
2. Loss of stability (equilibrium) anywhere in the hierarchy will affect the stability of all generations further up in the hierarchy.
3. Loss of stability (equilibrium) in the first cause of the hierarchy would cause a catastrophic and rapid collapse of the hierarchy.

Where Combinations (Permutations) consist in:

1. The multiple stable relations of just one difference, and its opposing counter stable relations, can combine to produce new combinations of interference, collapse, decay, division, accumulation, and stable relations.

2. Each combination can produce a new set of adaptive consequences:

    1. decrease in composition (devolution),
    2. change in composition (adaptation),
    3. increase in composition (innovation but not adaptation),
    4. increase in composition, and in potential innovation and adaptation (evolution).

Where Hierarchical Generations consist in:

1. These combinations can produce new combinations of more interference, collapse, decay, division, accumulation, and in doing so accumulate new stable relations, we call a hierarchy of stable relations, or generations, or complexity.

2. When a composition (organization of relations) uses itself, and the same rules (paradigm, logic, vocabulary ) for the next iteration(generation, level of complexity) of a hierarchy we call this Recursion.

3. Generations of these recombinations will produce an increasingly complex hierarchy from a simple one-dimensional original composition(system of organization).

4. Each generation produces greater opportunity for additional recombination that results in devolution(decrease), division ( reproduction ), adaptation( reconfiguration ), innovation  (increase in opportunity), and evolution ( increase in both capital and opportunity).

Where Computation of Possibility for Discovery of Permutations and Generations consists in:

( … )

(COMPUTATION > TIME > CALCULATION > TIME ) Evolution is a greedy algorithm. Humans are evolution’s first chance at not using a greedy algorithm – if we control the reproduction of the underclasses and their drag…

Where Evolution Consists in ….

( … )

Where Evolution Expands by (branching function) (maintaining single most adaptive axis)

Therefore (summary) …

26. By this simple algorithm all complexity can be calculated incrementally and in massive (infinite) parallel as long as there is energy available to maintain the first difference (first cause).

Therefore (language describes … (language here)


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