Social Orders and Social Chaos
resteeming a Steemit post
I have the ability of putting out whales of information, yet to do this before anyone is reading would just make the body of the work difficult to digest. I see that Steemit has a momentum that plays like a service that rewards early buyers for getting in early, providing the steem for the platform to grow. However, I see us badly in need of a different type of media system, one that does not rely on sensationalism and the cult of personality.
In order to lay down some important breadcrumbs for future success, allow me to introduce a few concepts that require re-visitation, because the what of what we know is differently described from novel theoretical perspective. The concept of learning requires depth, breadth and acumen to see how different patterns build into a focal consensus of the way things must be, when we weigh the matter.
Each of these theories are embedded in the LARP of research directed learning – where we forms guilds to go into depth in focus areas of interest to the people learning. To learn is to teach and to teach is to reinforce learning. We all teach each other every time we interact. The formal recognition by tracking of the time spent on task is a good general indicator of the tier of knowledge of the participant – it has been estimated that a PhD requires 10,000 hours of work on task.
Since Existence is based upon an 8 x 8 grid – allow me to describe eight theories that are central to my understanding of how things fit together differently. Each of these theories stands alone and consists of a set of hypotheses that lay out a rational argument. Each will be discussed in more depth later, once we have the media in place to exchange unfiltered information.
The first theory is game theory – a branch of mathematics developed in the field of probability and statistics. By devising games that are not fair, but equally unfair to all players, we can see how the process of decision making evolves. Being a C class chess player in high school allowed me to think several layers into the game future. Running a dungeon for D&D taught how to create a scenario where a troupe of players can enact their reality – at the whim of a die roll.
Theory number two is chaos theory – a physics theme based in the apparent interactions of chaos and order. The involvement of strange attractors creates butterfly effects and the depth we hashed out in public debate in the 1980’s. In some ways, chaos theory corroborates Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, that momentum and location cannot be measured simultaneously.
The third theory is called group theory. Group theory has to do with the mathematics generated from the spacial arrangement of atoms around a central molecule. The point group symmetries generate mathematical tables in matrix algebra. I believe there is also a sociology based group theory of human interaction – Dr. Lenny Thyme proposes Sociochemistry as an analog to Hari Seldon’s Psychohistory.
This actually folds well into theory four – sacred geometry, which is a mathematical description of nature based on irrational numbers. Again, the symmetry of the universe comes into play. Bob Marshall, a genius that worked with Buckminster Fuller, describes holotomes and demonstrates how the quality of numbers complements the quantity measured.
My favorite radical theory, number 5, is conspiracy theory. Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts’ movie notwithstanding, the idea of secret things going on under our noses in plain sight seems readily apparent in light of recent information. I never trust an agency that I have or haven’t met. The whack-a-mole game of making individuals targets out of good people helped advance the corruption that this system is designed to replace.
The sixth theory is Einstein’s theory of space and time. It seems to me that time is a function of scale and that we have missed our conception of the topic. We can go back to the future and forward to different pasts, but we can never return home again. Parallel multidimensional universes are birthed and deathed all the time – depending on the reality that you believe is true. The holographic illusion plays rather well.
Theory seven is a tough one – it is called cartoon physics. IT allows roadrunner to stand in space over a cliff as Wile E. Coyote falls. Another awesome concept is Bugs Bunny’s portable hole. There is no question that if we can think it up, the Jetsons in us can create it for real. Armageddon results in a return to the Flintstones, maybe Barney Rubble was a pseudonym?
The eighth theory is Walter Russell’s Universal One. My concepts of matter and energy were rocked to the bone as I began reading. The work is not commonly available and Russell stands with notables like Steiner, Rife, Reich and Schauberger whose work in the first half of the past century has been altered and erased by the memory hole, such that somebody in the future can rerelease the ideas at great personal profit. Right, Elon?
So as we play our imaginary live action role play that should turn into a real on the ground role play once we get a revitalized economy going, let’s direct attention to proving if these theories are useful in explaining the measured dimensions of the knew weigh – taking all we thought we knew and weighing it again through the filter of modern reality. What a concept?
Namaste’ … doc