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A quantum universe saves time
It is more like memories of the past, which allows laws of nature to learn from the past, requiring less energy the next time.
it appears you have lost your mind.
Quote from: puppypower on 10/11/2021 12:03:26A quantum universe saves timeWhose?
Quote from: Bored chemist on 15/11/2021 12:40:46Quote from: puppypower on 10/11/2021 12:03:26A quantum universe saves timeWhose?A quantum universe limits the number of options. Not all options are possible or have some degree of finite probability as assumed by the oracles of statistics. I am still not sure why science still allows such bad theory to lead in light of the limited nature of quanta. The blind theory leads the blind scientists who the rely on the art of political science to form consensus. With less options possible, implicit of a quantum universe, the dice of the universe are loaded and deterministic outcomes will appear sooner, saving time relative to a probabilistic universe, that is based on whims of the gods. If the universe was probabilistic to the limit and all outcomes were possible this would be like an infinite sided dice that may never repeat a side within finite time. But as we reduce the number of sides, via quanta, a probabilistic universe becomes possible and as this is reduced even further the dice become loaded and outcome appear in much less time. If the entropy of the universe has to increase, and entropy absorbs energy as it increases, the energy absorbed into even increasing entropy is made net unavailable to the universe. But since energy conservation implies this energy cannot be destroyed, but needs to be conserved, it is be conserved as lingering entropy; states of complexity. All stars that form follow the same script even before they assemble, since this is deterministic based on the laws of physics; memories, of the early days; time potential. All sub particles follow age old patterns of behavior that have been in affect since the early days, since even this memory; laws are conserved. Each sub particle does not follow the random beat of its own drum as implied by statistics. It has quantum limits that are defined by time potential and entropic potential. The living state is unique in that it generates constant entropy through metabolism. It processes lots of time potential. The higher forms of the living state also generates increasing complexity in terms of ever evolving neural memory. Memory, in turn, is a snap shot of the past; different point along the time vector. From this memory; time potential, we can piece together a more integrated picture of the present; learn from the past. In casino science, we don't always learn from the past since the gods are fickle and new data changes the playing field.
Quote from: puppypower on 15/11/2021 11:58:28It is more like memories of the past, which allows laws of nature to learn from the past, requiring less energy the next time.I am not a psychologist or anything, but it appears you have lost your mind. You think the laws of nature can learn from the past?!?
The living state is unique in that it generates constant entropy through metabolism. It processes lots of time potential. The higher forms of the living state also generates increasing complexity in terms of ever evolving neural memory. Memory, in turn, is a snap shot of the past; different point along the time vector. From this memory; time potential, we can piece together a more integrated picture of the present; learn from the past. In casino science, we don't always learn from the past since the gods are fickle and new data changes the playing field.
I am not a psychologist or anything, but it appears you have lost your mind. You think the laws of nature can learn from the past?!?
You seem to be ignoring the conventional meaning of the word "memory".
Quote from: Bored chemist on 25/11/2021 15:37:04You seem to be ignoring the conventional meaning of the word "memory".Memory in the conventional sense is more about content and less about the physical and chemical structures that make memory possible. Computer memory is about the manipulation of binary states using semiconductor materials. We assign letters and numbers to these various combinations of binary states, so they mean something more to us than just flipping groups of semi-conductor switches. We manipulate the content of our neural memory, based on language assignments and the rules defined by language. This can get irrational when the rules of language reassign words so bad now means good. The brain is less concerned about this arbitrary human assignment of content, as it is in the chemical states and free energy of the memory structures. There is no universal human language, but there is a universal physical-chemical language; laws of physics. The potential difference within the structures, behind the memory, is what drives the forward integration of memory at an unconscious level. In dreams for example, normal logic learned from the rules of human language does not always apply, since the memory states are moving content around based on potentials at the molecular level. This is consistent with how earlier states of matter build upon previous states. The previous states are like the environment in evolution. They will funnel new states; selection, in ways that cause both to evolve and change. It is not about arbitrary human assignments. Neural memory is unique in that when neurons are at rest they are at highest potential. This is due to ion pumping and exchange which builds a membrane potential which is maximized at what we call the rest state; work is done. Firing neurons are releasing this potential, with what we call memory content, appearing in the flux of free energy and changes of state. This is different from computer memory which starts at lower energy and requires an outside potential to provide activation energy to flip switches. Neuron memory by being a rest at highest potential will fire itself if it internally exceeds a potential threshold, or be fired externally from neuron connections involved in the movement of upstream potential down paths of least resistance. These coordinated pathways create a natural 3-D language; spatial. As an analogy of a 3-D language; cause, affect, cause and affect, cause and affect, imagine the 3-D language as a sphere. We can approximate this sphere with a large number of 2-D circles all with a common center. In this case, each 2-D circle is one of the earth's 6000 human languages the manipulation of which is based on logic; 2-D cause and affect. Together all these circles with the same common center but at different angles approximate the 3-D language at the center of each. It is from this natural 3-D language all human languages appeared; Babel, allowing everyone to understand the same things using different sounds and rules; 3-D human nature. The brain and consciousness makes use of the 2nd law. The brain uses upward of 90% of its metabolic energy pumping and exchanging Na+ and K+ ions, segregating each ion on opposite sides of the neuron membrane. This reverses the maximum entropy state of a uniform solution and creates free energy as an entropic potential. By opposing the 2nd law while increasing free energy, change becomes inevitable due to the higher potential with the second law. The potential will find a way to express itself often with new pathways; leaks. Entropy is a state variable meaning for any given state of matter there is fixed amount of entropy. This is similar to quanta in the sense specific states of neural matter, define fixed amounts of entropy. This is how natural memory builds; ratchet up. With neurons this potential is not a one shot deal since the neurons are designed to keep lower entropy by restoring the ion segregation. The constant entropy potential and free energy release due to firing keeps notching memory upward; forward integration into 3-D and even 4-D states. The 4-D states are the firmware which underly the brain's operating system. These have a time element for 3-D memory.
Why do you keep posting word salad?
This discussion topic is about, "is statistics consistent with a quantum universe".
On the other hand, quanta only exist in definitive states each of which has a probability of 1.0
Quote from: puppypower on 29/11/2021 15:51:33This discussion topic is about, "is statistics consistent with a quantum universe". And it has been answered.The answer is yes.Unfortunately, your mistaken "understanding" of QM may not be consistent with statistics.And you refuse to accept that the problem is not physics, but your lack of understanding.Quote from: puppypower on 29/11/2021 15:51:33 On the other hand, quanta only exist in definitive states each of which has a probability of 1.0No, they do not.That's the problem.You don't understand quantum mechanics.The whole point about Schrodinger's cat is that it exists in a superposition of two states which each have a probability of 0.5 each.And, if you change the experiment slightly, you can have that probability = 0.123456 vs 0.876544 or whatever other values you like.
Statistics cannot be leading this constant entropy