Furthest Right

How does the universe organize itself?

From the comments to a post on the same topic:

-Compare differences.
-Branch on difference.
-Induce variation.
-Enact conflict that removes incompatibilities.


A few thoughts for your list.

a) Fermionic particles (=”everyday matter”) behave exclusively, thus they repel identical energy quantifications.
b) Weak nuclear force makes the primal quark generations to degenerate into electrons, protons and neutrons.
c) Fermions are like Turing machines: They have relativity (inertial mass) and increasing complexity via quantifiable energy states.
d) Bosons are signals: They only possess a group-identify, so to speak. Everything you’ve heard of ‘virtual particles’ and ‘quantum fields’ is just bosons being transpiring apparitions.
e) Every particle must be aware of fundamental physical constants such as the speed of light — which has been found to be evolving. This means that they are not exactly like Turing machines, but possibly require an additional layer of algorithmics for complete explanation.

It gets even better when you think about the four fundamental interactions of the universe:

-Gravitation (global cohesion)
-Strong nuclear force (quarks bundle into complex super-structures = hadrons)
-Weak nuclear force (quark evolution)
-Electromagnetism (standard signal)

Makes sense, huh?

Also see about the Koide formula:

Worth thinking about, so I’ve left it here for all four of you to discuss in the comments.

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