Unification Theory: The Universe is a Fractal Organism of Spacial Energy and Temporal Information  

THEORY OF UNIVERSAL ORGANISMS: SCIENTIFIC UNIFICATION

Each science studies a different scale of size and complexity of Quantic Super-organisms. In this web you will find a Theory of Unification that describes the common, homologic laws of all those sciences and super-organisms in 2 levels of complexity, a verbal, simple model, and a complex model, ofthat uses Non-Aristotelian logic and Non-Euclidean mathematics to derive the main equations, cycles and properties of all sciences, departing from the Generatrix Equation of the Universe, E<=>T.

The Search for Unification

Our Theory of Unification, summarizes in a single sentence or equation, ("All what exists is an organism of energy and information"), the nature of the Universe, and describes in accordance most of its events and species under the common laws of Theory of Universal Organisms. The result is the Unification of the main fields of human knowledge: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Medicine, History, Economics, Philosophy, Astronomy, Theology and Art.

The search for such Unification of Human Knowledge, is an old dream of mankind, that started in the mythic age of thought, when men found a word, God, that unified all other concepts into a single one.

The search continued in the logic age of mankind, that started around the 500 BC, as the result of the work of some outstanding human minds, Socrates, Plato and Aristotle in Greece, Buddha, Lao, and Zoroastrus in Asia. Now the search for unification concepts become more complex, and rational, and two main schools appeared. Those who thought two principles were required to explain all realities (Asian thinkers), and those who searched for a single concept (Greek philosophers). In reality as we shall see, both were to a certain point right. Since all what exists is an organism (the Unifying principle), of spatial energy and temporal information (the dual principle).

While the Asians realized that the dynamic of those constitutive principles created the events of reality, the Greeks observed a property, origin of all realities: the existence of repetitive herds, in all regions of reality. Plato personally dealt with this theme that structures reality, inventing the concept of ideas, logic forms, which once and again repeated in the Universe.

What was then the Idea that unifies all Ideas? - such was the question that both Plato and his disciple Aristotle, tried to respond, as it was the fundamental idea, from where all further searches for truth should depart. Their findings were astonishing, considering the age in which they were made. Plato understood that there were certain original organisms, he called ideas from where all other organisms departed. And he said that the entire Universe was also a living being with a body and a brain. Aristotle brought Platonic ideas to the reality of natural species, and developed most of modern sciences in their initial principles. He also explained in his Metaphysics, what now Physicists and scientists come to realize: that all those organisms, had a center of information, a mind-brain that ruled them, and caused the movement of the energy bodies of all Universal Organisms. He called that center, mind of each Universal organism, a God. And he affirmed there were infinite god/minds in the Universe. Then there is a silence of centuries without important advances, till modern sciences appear. The professional quest for the Unifying principle is retaken by the western tradition. The search has been in that sense a collective effort of mankind, more than of any individual. As information has accumulated the search came closer to an end. Yet the limits of abstract mathematics tampered that search for centuries, till at the end of the XX century the development of biological sciences, that use both verbal languages (Theory of Evolution); Mathematics, and highly developed image languages (digital images, microscopes, computer models), brought back the old Greek synthesis of knowledge, and the concept that all what exists could be described as an organism of energy and information. The new unifying science was called Theory of Complexity, that now matures as a science, the Science of Universal Organisms, in this web...

The quest for an idea, that repeats in all the forms of the Universe, a Unifying Principle, has ended. That principle is the biological principle of an Organism.

Sciences

Why there are so many sciences, if all in the Universe is an organism of temporal information and spatial energy, that participates of the same laws?
The answer is that men have used many jargons that divide sciences. So the jargon of "space-time", synonymous of the jargon of "energy-information" have divided physics and biology for so many years.

Also the different spatial forms that Universal Organisms adopt, have confused scientists, that rely in excess in mathematical=spatial descriptions of reality. So we use different jargons to describe herds, waves, ecosystems, organisms and bodies, depending on how tight or loose their spatial configuration is, without realizing that all those social groups share some common properties. Since all of them are composed of 3 basic elements: networks of energy, networks of information and social cells, related by their need to obtain energy and information, the two ultimate substances of the Universe.

So instead of using several scientific jargons, to search for Universal truths proper of the organic systems that shape Reality, we will consider a Science of Sciences, Theory of Organisms, that studies all the common properties of all sciences and species.
Within that Science of sciences, we classify all different sciences as 'descriptions' of a limited number of Universal Organisms. Indeed Scientific knowledge is the partial information that humanity perceives about all the organisms of the universe. Often that information is very reduced as our instruments of measure, and our capacity to decode the languages and behaviors of those species is limited.

Yet if we know the general, morphological and behavioral laws of Universal organisms, we can use those laws as a guide to reveal the hidden properties of lesser known organisms.

Thus we can describe all sciences, as disciplines that study, a relative interval of species of n-size, its networks of energy and information, and the ecosystems and organisms shaped by those networks:

Sciences: Analysis of Universal Organisms

In the next graph we classify all scientific disciplines (including social sciences that describe human social organisms) as 'descriptions' of certain Universal Organisms:

Scientific knowledge is the information that humanity perceives about the organisms of the universe, their common structure, caused by their energy/information networks, their organic properties, and how those organisms are ruled by similar laws of Social survival, and absorbtion of energy and information.

Man is a specific organism with a specific range of perception of other Universal Organisms from quark-microcosms to galactic macrocosms. Within that total Universe, each specific science studies a certain range of human information and energy. Physics study microcosms of atoms; chemistry studies microcosms of molecules; biology studies the medium-size cosmos of 'carbolife'. While history and religion study the macrocosms of man [tribes, gods, collective information, nations]. Yet the parallel form and behavior of microcosmic atoms [physics] and macrocosmic masses [astronomy] proves that the same organic laws might rule very different species of the Universe. After all the key to the entire process of existence is information, carried by ¥-rays which have a flexibility of sizes that makes possible all scales, in living organisms...
The total Universe is defined as a game of infinite social herds that communicate through information networks in order to feed on fields of energy.
Each parallel universe, each ecosystem of species of a certain energy size and informative range, is studied by a science. Each science is the 'description' of organisms of a similar size and form, their cells and their networks.

Unification of abstract scientific jargons

Each science studies a range of organic systems. Some of those systems are mechanical. Some are organic. Yet all of them have external influence over us, provoking changes in the energy and information systems of mankind...

Try therefore to forget your 'prejudices' in favor of an abstract mechanical Universe, and think in terms of an organic Universe. Because only in organic terms you will understand the relationships between you and the Universe.

Why then we do not understand such Universe of herds of species in biological terms? The answer is deceptively simple. It has to do more with philosophy than science; with the 'abstract' way we approach definitions, such as time or space, life, perception, reproduction, or communication. Those terms are not 'abstract'. Properly understood they become the living properties and components of all species of the Universe. So to vitalize the Universe, we will have to consider those definitions no longer in abstract but in organic terms.
It is the choice of 'abstract Versus organic words', such as 'wave Vs herd', or 'force of communication Vs language', what determines the way man perceives the Universe. For that reason different languages and different cultures have abstract or living interpretations of the Universe. So we should search for a unifying language that has the maximum informative power, and a organic nature.
That unifying language comes from biology. Why? For one reason, though all species are Universal organisms, our perception of them varies depending on our proximity to them both in spatial size and temporal form. When things are similar to us, we can observe them far better, and know much more from them, than things which are far away or different in form and perceptive languages. We tend to consider those remote species, abstract, dead, meaningless because we neither understand the forces they communicate, nor we can perceive them directly with our senses.
In as much as biology studies carbolife species similar to human life, biology has more information than other sciences do, about the species it studies. Biology is the science with less aberration of perception of its species. And its jargon is richer in meanings and more precise, than let's say physics, which studies micro and macrocosms limited by our perceptive evidence [principle of Uncertainty]. So sciences such as Particle Physics or Astronomy that observe so remote and different species, tend systematically to abstract aberrations, and confusing jargons.
For example when an electron feeds on light we merely say that it has jumped an orbital. When an electron reproduces merging a seminal merging a seminal ray with other electron, we say that a virtual particle appears fruit of a collision... In this manner abstract jargons "itify" the organic properties of Universal Organisms. However all those abstract organisms feed on energy. All of them perceive information. All of them reproduce. And all of them gather around social networks.
In such an organic vision of reality, repetition is now reproduction, two words which in fact mean the same; energy is food, and information is perceived as it crosses through the temporal clocks, the informative organs of species. While evolution is mainly social, communicative evolution of reproductive cells, into organisms. Because once the Universe reproduced atoms, it continued the creation of more complex structures - molecules, planets, Galaxies... through social games of communication, based in a few forces, common to all organisms.

Aberration of perception: the level of truthness of differen sciences.

The biological nature of science, and knowledge, implies a simple fact: knowledge is neither neutral, not truth in itself. Knowledge has always a goal: to inform positively and help to survive the species who knows.

Since all species and levels of The Universe display the same organicism, the same formal structure, the same organic nature, and the same laws, it is then self-efficient, that all sciences might understand the nature of the Universe. That is why the Chinese by merely observing the game of nature, animal life and human societies, could infer the main Laws of the Universe that all species follow.

Each Organisms has different languages and senses of information and creates different mirrors-maps of the Universe in its mind, depending on what its senses perceive. This implies that The Universe is always more detailed than the relative perception our language shows. When we come closer to an event, the aberration of perception diminishes and we see more, we communicate more with the Organism and we have more Information on it. Thus there is a direct relationship between our knowledge of any Organism in detail, and the distance between our form and that Organism both in space [far away forms are not perceived in detail], and Information. We talk of a law of aberration of perception:


Max. temporal or spatial distance from  the species = Max. error of perception


        What means that Organisms which are far away in space or in its type of information, are not properly defined either because their form-dimension is far away from us [small or big forms are not perceived in detail], or because the age-dimension is far away [Organisms extinguished, or yet not created].

Aberration of perception thus applies also to social sciences... We cannot know much about the life of Neolithic societies, nor we can expect that theories so arrogant as the abstract big-bang, based in mathematical extrapolations, can be taken seriously. Indeed, there is also errors of perception in mathematics, which are specially important in abstract Euclidean Mathematics, where Organisms are perceived as points without parts, and organic processes of Energy and information are considered constantly homogeneous [as it is the Big Bang. Those errors are specially important in Economics in which men are points without organic rights, manipulated through abstract economical prices...

Aberration of perception becomes clearly observable in human sciences which are precise only in the range of detailed perception closer to the human Organisms.
      The law of aberration of perception is fundamental to relativistic knowledge: the further in time or space a form is, the less and worse we see of its more subtle, more complex waves of information.

The principle of Uncertainty is a consequence of this. It basically invalidates Physics of sub-particles as a serious needed science. It does not bring any new knowledge, since all Organisms have the same properties, and sub-particles cannot be studied with detail, with canon shots and analysis of atomic debris, as physics do.

In physics we see only through interposed metal-senses far away systems in space [astronomy] or time=Informative complexity, [physics]. So we loose information or energy perception [Uncertainty Principle]. Thus those sciences are largely irrelevant for true knowledge.

Why then sub-particle physics has so much prestige, and money, when fundamental sciences for man such as History have no budgets?

Merely because they are helpful to make weapons.

 

Survival and knowledge. A classification of science from a human perspective.

For all what has been said it is evident that in a biological Universe, knowledge is both relative to the language we use to perceive reality, (all knowledge is linguistic knowledge first), and knowledge is practical, it has a purpose: to help the survival of the species that use such knowledge to play the game of existence.

It follows that a science that cannot achieve those goals should be forbidden.

Thus physics of weapons, of high energies should be forbidden for its side effects against mankind since the excuse of knowledge on so remote species is just that: an excuse.

We should eliminate such science as irrelevant and dangerous to man.

It follows that we understand the Universal game better when we study a plane of existence from which we receive more information and energy. Which happens to be biology, medicine, and Human History, where we have direct information, without the need of interposed expensive machines of perception.

So when we study biology or sociology, the richness of information becomes obvious to us. Those sciences are far more telling of reality... of the Thoughts of God. Indeed, the more important science is history which studies the social games of Organisms among humans. Therefore in this web purposedly we will study in far more depth, the Human Organism, and his collective social forms: economic ecosystems and Historic societies. Both sciences are far more relevant than Physics or Astronomy when we apply the two standards of knowledge: aberration of perception (maximum in Physics, minimal in History), and importance to our survival (Maximum in History and Minimal in Physics.)

The true guide to science should be the use of knowledge, to improve the survival of our species. Yet physics creates robots and weapons that compete and extinguish man in fields of work and war. Thus it is self-evident that the study of robotics and particle physics should be forbidden, and the enormous amount of money dedicated to it, employed in understanding the Economic ecosystem  and history, the human social organism, which are far more important to our survival. Medicine, History, biology, and the study of economic ecosystems to increase the production of Human goods (goods natural to our organism and languages of perception such as education, art, food, health care, housing) should be in that sense the fundamental sciences of man.

Today those sciences are totally under funded in a precarious state of knowledge. Some of them like abstract economics only care to reproduce machines and increase the productivity of companies (which means to extinguish workers and put machines in their place, so the ratio capital=machines Vs Humans diminishes).  So paradoxically in our societies the most funded sciences, abstract physics (and its derivates, weapon and robotic research), and abstract economics (with his worship of machines and money, the organic elements of the metal-earth), are the sciences that foster the extinction of mankind.

We could end up this reflection with a simple map of all Universal sciences, that classifies them according to their language, and usefulness for man. Such classification places physics, and the arrogant abstract scientists that study them, in the bottom, not in the top of our valuation of knowledge:

In the graph, we differentiate in sciences, those forms of knowledge which should be limited, like abstract economics and physics because they evolve machines, that can displace man as top predator of the Earth; and those forms of knowledge which should be promoted, such as agriculture, history, art or medicine, since they enhance the common welfare of man and promote human senses, human goods and man as top predator. The guide to such division should be not the excuse of 'knowledge'; but the goodness and badness for man of a given science.

Indeed, what scientists forget is that abstract knowledge is meaningless without a purpose, and specially that a extinct species knows nothing. That is indeed the future of abstract science: to ignore everything that matters about God and the Universe. It is then necessary to refound sciences from a human perspective, according to the goals of mankind, not of those cultures and ideologies based in money and weapons that today direct the research of science, towards negative goals, such as the evolution of machines, and weapons, and the search for industrial profits, that fog our perception of truth and only can end with our extinction.