Analogs: What We Can Know

Analogs: What We Can Know What is the essence of what we can know? That is a vastly different question than What is Behind What is? Studying the applied math we use to solve scientific problems, we learn the extent of that language, what we are capable of understanding. The energy equation and its solutions, …

Dimension: Change in Space and Time

[A quick review of SAMPLING: When one system relates to another across a boundary, they are said to be in relationship. They interact by co-sampling information that comes to them across their boundaries from the other system.   Each system has a way of detecting the other system, and the information that transfers between systems …

How long? How far?

One of the mysteries I’m trying to answer for myself is about the difference in measuring space and time.

Leading from my experiment on how an expanding droplet “learns to see” space and time, I will attempt to connect the concept to our own experiences of space and time.

For primitive boundaries how long in duration something lasts (the number of samples between actually sampling the target configuration (primitive sequential recognition) feeds into the “growth” of time.

The radius and circumference of boundary expansion is synonymous with the likelihood of sampling a configuration or statistical distribution.