InterJournal Complex Systems, 342
Status: Submitted
Manuscript Number: [342]
Submission Date: 412
The General Theory of Everything
Author(s): Donald Rudin

Subject(s): CX.07, CX.11, CX.13, CX.14, CX.15, CX.16

Category: Article


THE GENERAL THEORY OF EVERYTHING The World as Recursive Eigenstates in a Benard-Prigogine Vortex Array With Dynamics Approximated by the String Equation: A World Program Donald O. Rudin Department of Molecular Biology, Eastern Pa. Psychiatric Institute, Phila, USA (Ret.); Present Address: 1B1 President Point Drive Annapolis, MD, 21403; Fax: 410-280-0727;; Abstract: Proposition: 1. A lawful world appears to result from recursive combinatorial eigenstates in a self-organizing Benard-Prigogine 3D-vortex array organized by a hamiltonian function and constrained by world constants fixing the motion (the base combinator) and a primordial superfluid (the base combinatee). First recursion eigenstates develop detailed elementary particle data with fermions as combinatees and bosons as combinators. 2. The dynamics of this first level 3D combinatorial system is approximated by a 1D combinatorial Euler-Veneziano-Green-Ashtekar string-loop equation with string tension, T, as world constants. This is solved in hyperspace to compensate for dimensional disparity. The 0-dimensional point-particle standard model lacks the degrees of freedom needed to unify the four +1 forces. 3. All recursions are generated by an Axiomatic Combinatorial Hamiltonian Recursive program or metatheory with Completion conditions denoted ACHR-C (Ďah-ker-c). This unifies the four recursive systems comprising nature, here recursively denoted Nonadaptive, Adaptive, Sentient and Representational Physics (Phys/Chem, Biology, Sociopsychology and Language). These are identified by a recursive chain of extremal controlling laws in a chain of organizing hamiltonians. The result can be called, variously, World Theory, the Explicit Theory of Everything or the General Theory of Evolution. Theory arises as the software dual of self-programming brain hardware. The recursive vortical dynamics in the phenomenological object domain are analyzed over three recursive analytical codomains (theory, metatheory, and meta-metatheory) assigned Godel numbers. Since the information gain per analytical recursion asymptotes to zero, a lawful world is apparently a finite axiomatic combinatorial-hamiltonian recursive program that is lawful and fully understandable up to a metaphysical indeterminacy that is inherent to an internally lawful world. This approach to complexity theory is axiomatic, bottom-up, mechanistic and related to general systems theory. It distinguishes the phenomenological object domain from a hierarchy of three analytical codomains that constitute a world program using world constants as its database. AMS Subject Classification: 03D, O5A05, 33C99, 49J40, 93A05, 93A10 Key Words: cognitive structure, combinatorics, complexity, general systems, hamiltonian, optimal control, recursion, theory of knowledge, unification, universal program

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