All posts filed under: dimensionality

Space and Time

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dimensionality / fractal space / motion / self-organization / time

‘A universe comes into being when a space is severed into two.’ Humberto Maturana and Francisco Varela (Spacetime ripples from a binary star) Consider an observer in regular space. The observer induces a coordinate plane (or metric) to be imposed, as though from the exterior of the system in question. As soon as this coordinate plane is imposed, a regular geometry of space can be developed. Space can be distinguished from motion abstractly and precisely. […]

Sense and Simulation

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death / dimensionality / fractal mapping / problem space / sense / solution / Zeno

(an outline of metaproblematics) 1 Problems are objects, or things which block our way. 1.1 A problem is a barrier to the composition of forces in time, and thus a revelation. 1.1.1 Problems do not only impede our abilities, but also allow for their full exercise. 1.1.2 Similarly, objects do not just cover part of the visual field but accomplish the depth and coherence of space. 1.2 A problem accomplishes the disruption and potential (sometimes […]