Philosophical Observations 12
The unity of infinity is a jewel. The unfolding of the facets is a differentiation of meaning, a material expression or experience. We are supposed to understand, to grow and learn, to seek out meaning and return it to the source. This results in a variation of the quality or value of the meaning as we understand it. It is an imperfect or human quality. Imperfection is allowed to express itself as possibilities within a matrix of material expressions. We filter the information for value but this process is imperfect. It has a fuzzy quality. This is because of the information density, otherwise we would suffer cognitive overload.
There must be a practical limit to the digits of precision in the computational geometry of the system as it relates to a particular scale. Scale and resolution move together and all that we can see or measure is a change in the relationships. We are a material expression at a particular resolution and a particular scale. Cognitive overload has something to do with the digits of precision. When we include the dynamics of scale, singularities and digital horizons disappear.
The asymmetry is our carving out our own niche in this material world and the symmetry is our connecting to the source of all meaning. The source is a pure state of being or what I will call truth or God. You might wonder, is God the source of evil, to which I would say no, not possible. If you are thinking this, you don't understand the concept. Truth is the highest energy state of the system. Truth is branching out into the nothingness as possibilities. We are in the gray region between truth and chaos.
How can infinity be bounded into a finite or unitary space? There is only one way, as a fractal.
The material expression of our physical reality is, in a sense, a grand version of "Chinese whispers."
Robust economies require sustainability but the system was never sustainable. We are not cycling resources in a sustainable manner and we are accelerating in the wrong direction. As an example; if we made a car that would go one million miles, we will ignore fuel for the moment, while we would not be able to sell as many cars, we could make them upgradeable and the upgrades more recyclable. The profit would be in upgrading the parts of the car that are most prone to wearing out from constant contact by the consumer or the environment, not the entire car. A can opener should last a lifetime and then some. Maybe even until there is no longer any such thing as a can.
Can immortality be achieved by controlling the rules or laws that govern the variation of relationships? How can we save our memories?