Παρασκευή, 22 Μαρτίου 2013

Function.














0. For every event, pattern and/or dynamic equilibrium, there is an encompassing temporal space on which it/they is/are dependent.

1. For all events, patterns, and/or dynamic equilibriums existent, there is a threshold of temporal entropy.

2. The series of events towards entropy is neither unpredictable nor chaotic, rather a system rooted in causality.

3. The influence of every underlying factor is present, applied and potentially measurable.

4. Temporally inviable structures have no systemic solution.

5. Temporally inviable structures are, by definition, finite within their parent pattern.

6. Every action or absence of action, is essentially an influential force.

7. There is always a specific number of events that constitute not only a structural, but also a temporal threshold for an irreversible causal effect within every pattern.

8. The necessary number of the aforementioned events varies with the causal influence of each one, separately.

9. There is always at least one outlier event that may render not only the structural, but also the temporal threshold adjustable.

10. The aforementioned outlier must function before the temporal threshold is met in order to constitute any readjustment probable.

11. The outlier is subject to prediction, construction and adjustment.

12. The outlier is itself dependent on entropic degeneration, albeit potentially eterochronous with that of the parent pattern.

13. The force required to influence the outcome of the pattern is reversely analogous to the number of systemic possibilities. See 16.

14. The number of systemic possibilities decreases in accordance with the entropic proximity.

15. Entropic proximity is dependent only on the pattern's temporal position.

16. The pattern's temporal position can be adjusted. See 13 to 15.

17. The pattern will always and inevitably collapse into singularity.

18. The conclusive singularity should be addressed as the first temporal point of an entirely new pattern.

19. Resulting from finite building blocks, there is a measurable structure of similarity between any two patterns.

20. Every calculation consumes temporal space and affects it accordingly and measurably.

21. Structural limitations exist beyond temporal systemics and vice versa.

22. Structural limitations can be predicted on the expense of viable temporal probabilities.

23. Structural limitations accelerate the entropic rate.

24. Nullification and restarting of the entropic process is only possible with the adoption of a new parent pattern. See 18.

25. Completeness is structurally and/or temporally impossible.

26. Dynamic equilibriums are structurally and/or temporally viable but not inevitable.

27. Dynamic equilibriums should be considered as two parent patterns in synchronous entropic rates.

28. Dynamic equilibriums cannot exist between two parent patterns with dependent systemic limitations.

29. Any principle of uncertainty is a conscious attempt [event] to influence the nature and number of possibilities in temporal space.

30. Any axiom of certainty is a conscious attempt [event] to influence the nature and number of possibilities in temporal space.

31. Chaotic factors are merely unconsidered outliers.

32. The only limitation of sentience in every finite structure [parent pattern/event] is strictly temporal in nature.

33. As every finite structure is, by definition, subject to the effects of temporal entropy, there are no outside variables that influence the degeneration of temporal space.

34. Causal functions do not imply purpose, merely effects.

35. There is at least one causal function in every parent pattern that results in structural loops. See 4.

36. A systemic solution to a parent pattern is certain only at the temporal point where this pattern emerges. See 4.

37. The existence or recreation of identical parent patterns, synchronous or otherwise, is temporally impossible.

38. Synchronous systemic retrofitting of events within a parent pattern, constitute the emergence of a dynamic equilibrium. See 27.

39. Collapse of a dynamic equilibrium always constitutes a new parent pattern.

40. Collapse of a dynamic equilibrium does not always constitute a new dynamic equilibrium. See 5.

41. Transcendent parent patterns are bound to temporal space thresholds, but are independent from structural limitations of previous individual parent patterns. See 0.