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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. […]