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2008

Objective patterns in the evolving network of non-equivalent observers

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Objective patterns in the evolving network of non-equivalent observers
The world's objective pattern is formed through consistent histories of quantum measurements originating as different branches of the same wave function. When we come close to the limits of measurement (either by approaching the speed of light or the values of the Planck's quantum), the relational effects come into place and the objectivity of world's pattern melts down. But when we are positioned far from these limits, we live in a comfortable area of the world common to all beings and approximating the objective environment (classical spacetime). Living systems are based on reflective cycles that can interact with relative predictability. Being quantum mechanical observers having different clocks, they generate perpetually evolving fitness landscape. I discuss how the perception of the objective is formed by the generation of same limits of iteration for the processes performed by non-equivalent observers and how the uniform time appears from its counting through thes...
Abir U. Igamberdiev
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Updated 08 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2008
Where BIOSYSTEMS
Authors Abir U. Igamberdiev
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