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Self-Referential Noise as a Fundamental Aspect of Reality

By Cahill, Reginald T.

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Title: Self-Referential Noise as a Fundamental Aspect of Reality  
Author: Cahill, Reginald T.
Language: English
Subject: Science., Physics, Physics--Research
Collections: Physics Literature
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Abstract: Noise is often used in the study of open systems, such as in classical Brownian motion and in Quantum Dynamics, to model the influence of the environment. However generalizing results from Godel and Chaitin in mathematics suggests that systems that are sufficiently rich that self-referencing is possible contain intrinsic randomness. We argue that this is relevant to modeling the universe, even though it is by definition a closed system. We show how a three-dimensional process-space may arise, as a Prigogine dissipative structure, from a nongeometric order-disorder model driven by, what is termed, self-referential noise.


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