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Reposting this as a main post so it's not lost in the comment section forever and ever. From what I've read so far, there's nothing that's taken the step my own ideas have. Everyone knows the universe increases in entropy over time, but no one has taken the step to say that the universe ACCELERATES entropy over time, and that it literally can't do anything else, it MUST. Any process that fails to accelerate the rate of entropy will be outcompeted by a process that does. Order is selected for in the universe, but it's at the tail end of entropy acceleration. Another way to look at it is with "fitness curves". Most life forms sit at the peak of a local fitness curve, any variation in one direction or another most likely would be a disadvantage and is selected against, however once in awhile a variation is beneficial and the process(the lifeform) starts optimizing onto a higher fitness curve. Processes that are able to increase their own traversibility of fitness curves should therefore be selected for. And that's what you see. Sexual reproduction increases variability between individuals far far more than Asexual reproduction, and Intelligence itself further increases the ability to traverse the fitness curve, this time by removing the trial and error from the slow genetic process of evolution(inverse knowledge through blood sacrifice), and onto the much quicker trial and error through relatively non lethal experimentation, where the knowledge is learned by the brain instead of by the genetics. I could go on for hours, I've been thinking about this stuff for years, calling it "Natural selection all the way up, and all the way down". Only recently I've found that "Universal Darwinism" is a thing already, but still they don't take the all important Entropy Acceleration step. Some conclusions I've come up with using this model: There is an objective measurement of value. The Universe has a very clear intent. The Universe is non-deterministic. And of course my favourite, Snugg's law: If assuming x is real gives me a competitive advantage, then x is real. Area left to explore, entropy and time. You can tell the arrow of time by the increase of entropy, in fact, it's the only way to tell the direction of the arrow of time since physics works totally fine both ways, forward and back. What if time was dependent on entropy production? What if your region of space had higher entropy production, and thus a faster rate of time compared to a less entropy productive region? What would that look like when you look up into the night sky?
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I would simplify it in a more Cause and Effect idea. If the cause of you is your biological father the effect will be death/entropy. If the Cause of you is God (Universal Source) then the effect (you) will be Eternal. It has nothing to do with belief, yet you will get the results of what you believe.
Those are tough questions. If that was all true, then probably when you looked up at the night sky you might see like a fog that didn't exist yet but wasn't present until you looked but also wasn't visible if you were looking. So you had to see where it was when it wasn't there.
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snugg replied:
Maybe. My ultimate goal is to somehow tie this to what we see right now when we look out, that the universe is "expanding" away from us at an accelerating rate, and that the rate observed can be explained by differences in entropy production between regions. That maybe the universe isn't expanding away from us, but that we're accelerating away from the less entropy productive parts of the universe. Accelerating away in a direction not easily describable in 3 dimensions, so it looks as if we're moving away from everything at once. Kinda like we're shrinking
snugg replied:
But would look exactly the same as an expanding universe. The difference being in an expanding universe, the "act of expanding" is on everything else, whereas in the shrinking local region due to high entropy production, the "act of shrinking" is local and measureable and not some "dark energy" magic to explain away what we don't yet understand.
manifestable replied:
Yes.
I like what you're saying.