Arguement 1 of 2

Irreducible Complexity of Quantum Initial Setup Conditions under Statistical Analysis:

The irreducible complexity is not of the biological inetrepretation. This irreducible complexity of the initial setup condition is by definition how the measure of the complexity due to statistics at the very instant of the big bang, where when reduced we find a plausible arguement to suggest that the complexity of the universe occured because it could not be reduced any more to these initial standards we see today, such as the dimensional freedom of three spatial dimensions and why the standard model has certain particular masses under the heirarchy problem, or even why the fundamental constants of c, G and ћ are jut specifically the way they are with no theoretical change in value.

What does it mean when i said ''the complexity due to statistics at the very instant of the big bang, where when reduced we find a plausible arguement to suggest that the complexity of the universe occured because it could not be reduced any more to these initial standards we see today''?

Basically, the complexity we see today was because according to this conjecture, due to the fact the universe had nothing else to do than to create the universe we see today. In effect, we usually associate the universe has a highly complex instant of time, where the laws where suddenly formed from a void of nothing - a maximal state of energy, but a peculiar state of low entropy. Relative to the standards we observe today secures us to believe that if big bang is comprehensibly correct, then the enrtopy today is at its most maximal form since t=1 (first instant of the big bang - aka. the first Chronon). The Complexity we associate to the beginning of time seems in a strange alliance with the complexity we see today. Whilst you can fundamentally and mathematically model a theory of existence where the complexity of the universe can be reduced due to enropy to the very first instant, we find equally many complexities that still exist. The irreducibility of the complexity of the big bang means that at t=1, the universe theoretically could not have been any more simpler. In a more suggestive comment it would inexorably mean that the universe **could not have begun in an even simpler state** if this universe was the specfic set of laws which did in fact persist into reality.

In another way to explain this thought-experiment, is to be aware that we associate the infinite complexities which arise in the singular past, but we relatively-associate it today with the counter-intuitive remark that entropy is now at its highest. So the complexity today **to be at its highest** would almost certainly require that the big bang is the most ground state formation of the universe at big bang could not be reduced mathematically any more simpler; to do so, entropy would need to cease to have any true description of disorder, for the lowest state of disorder would no longer apply because there would still persist more energy in a lowest state, which causes the paradox in general. This is why any universe that would desire to be more simpler, *simply* could not, because of use of the maximal entropic model we observe today.

It is true that any reality that can manifest, will (ref. can be given) - but what if that reality that can manifest, does because there is no other possible vacuum solution that would make sense out of the arguement given above?

(Second argument will be presented once i recieve some comments on the above)