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  • Tautology - CTMU Wiki
    tautologies Syntactic tautologies are true by virtue of their logical form while semantic tautologies are true by virtue of the meanings of their constituent terms The CTMU is based on logical tautology together with three semantic tautologies known as the Three Ms By adjoining these three principles to logic a theory of reality becomes a supertautology Notes Langan Christopher M Chris Langan to Rick Rosner Noesis No 76 December 1992

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  • Self-Configuring Self-Processing Language - CTMU Wiki
    to SCSPL Normally languages are considered to be in the minds of people and they work on the basis of moving symbols around mentally where said symbols represent things in the outside world By attempting to represent things in the outside world with language one gets closer and closer in accuracy of description to the things one attempts to describe the more expressive powerful the language is What would happen if a language was so expressive that it contained every piece of information on the thing it wishes to describe to the highest resolution possible You would have the SCSPL coding of that object in the universe which is identical to the object itself Thought about in another way if one asks themselves what does the SCSPL coding of a tennis ball look like the answer is the tennis ball itself Other languages that SCSPL provides a syntactic covering for see description of syntactic covering and Human Cognitive Syntax include the laws of physics the laws of mathematics the expressions of the human mind or HCS Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index php title Self Configuring Self Processing Language oldid 349 Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in

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  • Reality - CTMU Wiki
    only that which is real The idea that reality is self contained is the kernel of the CTMU the seed from which the rest of the theory is built Langan refines the definition of reality as follows Reality is the perceptual aggregate including 1 all scientific observations that ever were and ever will be and 2 the entire abstract and or cognitive explanatory infrastructure of perception 1 That is reality consists of 1 perceptions and 2 all relevant supporting structure For example if you see an apple fall from a tree your perception of the apple qualifies as real by 1 while the law of gravity that caused the apple to fall qualifies as real by 2 Langan uses nature existence and the real universe as synonyms for reality Since reality is the most inclusive domain a general theory of reality would be a Theory of Everything The CTMU is intended to be such a theory The CTMU characterizes reality as a Self Configuring Self Processing Language SCSPL Notes Langan 2002 p 16 Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index php title Reality oldid 473 Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read View

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  • MAP - CTMU Wiki
    in terms of B which can be defined in terms of C which can be defined in terms of A In this way reality s definition of aspects of itself is Closed The following link graphically demonstrates the principle of Closure http megafoundation org CTMU images MAP jpg Although to many people this principle might seem utterly trivial Langan argues that in fact it is not as scientists tend to violate it often inadvertently or otherwise For example M theorists and Superstring theorists often propose a higher dimensional space i e an 11 dimensional spacetime However the postulation of this higher dimensional space cannot really be external to reality for if it were there would be no means to identify it or theorize about it Hence if 11 dimensional 26 dimensional n dimensional etc spacetime exists it must be internal to reality Another example is the recent advent in science of the popularization of Everett s Many Worlds interpretation of quantum theory Langan objects to the Many Worlds interpretation arguing that if there were these infinitely many parallel quantum realities they would have to be connected to some one fundamental reality or else there would be no connection between their

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  • M=R - CTMU Wiki
    of empiricism that we can know the world through the senses and in that sense it may be the most common sense and simplistic of the CTMU principles The M R principle does not state that you can simply think something into existence or that the world doesn t exist when you re not looking at it or anything ridiculous like that It simply states that the universe possesses general

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  • MU - CTMU Wiki
    would literally branch off and occupy two different realities as is proposed in multiverse theory More specifically MU states that inasmuch as objects processes and events differ with respect to each other they are fundamentally the same in the very general sense of sharing the same existential medium reality The MU could be stated quite simply in the phrase different but the same Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index

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  • Three Cs / Three Ms - CTMU Wiki
    which has the truth property in the same sense as does logic but permits the evaluation of statements about reality Langan calls such a theory a supertautology The Three Cs and Three Ms can be viewed as axioms of the CTMU with the caveat that they are not meant to be independent assumptions but rather to be true a priori and analytically implied by each other Retrieved from http ctmucommunity

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  • Set of all sets - CTMU Wiki
    cupboard IS in the first place Were not every aspect of the cupboard made specifically for the clothes that it was to contain there would be no cupboard as a concept In the same way the universe holds all the things inside it but the things inside the universe define what it actually is The dual relationship between these two kinds of containment is covered at TD duality Reality then evolves through a two stage process where one stage is descriptive and the other topological In stage 1 all of the items in the universe reconsider their previous state communicate and describe the rules and definitions for a future universe the descriptive phase where time operates Stage 2 involves the physical reality coming into being where objects have boundaries that distinguish them from other objects and all of these objects are contained within space the topological phase time has become space The name of the process given to the universe constantly topologically containing itself descriptively containing itself topologically and so on is conspansion In view of this process of alternating topological and descriptive containment reality is clearly more than just a set Accordingly the CTMU defines an extension of set theory incorporating these two kinds of containment allowing them to work together to characterize reality The name of this extension of set theory is SCSPL Thus in the CTMU reality is not just a set but an SCSPL Self Configuring Self Processing Language and elements of reality are not just set theoretic objects but syntactic operators So in a nutshell Reality is obviously a set in fact the largest set because set is defined as a collection of distinct objects and reality is a collection of distinct objects and more But reality is not just a set because to fully

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