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  • Extended Superposition Principle - CTMU Wiki
    the CTMU proposes that superposition applies to more general concepts such as space and time as a whole Some of the proposed benefits of this principle is that it is affords an explanation of quantum nonlocality and the mechanism of wavefunction collapse Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index php title Extended Superposition Principle oldid 23 Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read

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  • Sum Over Futures - CTMU Wiki
    a question how are their next states actually determined What is the source of the extra tie breaking measure of determinacy required to select their next events collapse their wave functions 1 The answer he writes is neither randomness nor distributed laws of causality but rather higher order causation involving nonrandom temporally extensive relationships not wholly attributable to distributed laws In this picture the universe sums over timelines to extract the utility of possible futures and selects the most utile configurations for actualization This sum over futures is enabled by the Extended Superposition Principle ESP under the guidance of the Telic Principle Sum over futures involves an atemporal existing or considered without relation to time generalization of process from past participle stem of procedere go forward telic recursion before determining the next state Reality takes all of the past and future into account and then chooses a particular state on the basis of its own values through which the universe effects on the fly as time passes maximization of a global over all of Reality self selection parameter measurement generalized utility what the universal Desire hopes to achieve Notes Langan 2002 p 31 Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index

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  • Universe as a Self-Representational Entity - CTMU Wiki
    the expansion of the universe is represented by an expanding balloon with dots drawn on it Space expands intrinsically However Langan takes issue with the notion of intrinsic expansion claiming that it is self contradictory on its face and that if the universe is expanding it must be expanding into something This is central to thesis of conspansion which claims that the universe is not actually expanding but only appears to be from our local viewpoint Motion based on ERSU as Langan calls it is based on something called ectomorphism Ectomorphism is the view that objects change their state of motion relative to some fixed background space However because the universe is self contained Langan claims that motion is actually represented by endomorphism a kind of motion that Langan purports does not contradict the Self Containment criterion of reality In a radio interview when Langan asked what travels fastest in the universe Langan responds that from an ectormophic viewpoint it would be light but that you have to formulate motion so that it s mathematically correct Clearly by ectomorphism Langan is referring to the four dimensional curved spacetime model of the General Theory of Relativity which he calls the Expanding

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  • Teleology - CTMU Wiki
    on any form and evolving in any way The particular evolutionary path it chooses to take and the values that that choice is based on is known as Teleology Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index php title Teleology oldid 370 Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read View source View history Actions Search Navigation Main page About this site Discussion board CTMU

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  • Telic Principle - CTMU Wiki
    that whatever they are must be selected by reality from itself for want of anything external to reality This universal drive towards self selection self actualization self expression then is called The Telic Principle The Telic Principle is so called because the universe must self select itself from a realm of boundless potential Unbound TELESIS Telesis is the unreal raw ontological potential that becomes refined by reality in reality s

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  • Generalized utility - CTMU Wiki
    form as opposed to any other The answer is that one state versus another carries more self defined utility for reality The most general formulation of this utility drive across the whole universe is called Generalized Utility Function If a human being was asked about his motivation for doing anything the why behind his actions he would point to a desire of some form The global analogue of this desire

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  • Telic recursion - CTMU Wiki
    account and then chooses a particular state on the basis of its own values the exercising of a generalized utility function this is known as Telic Recursion Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index php title Telic recursion oldid 336 Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read View source View history Actions Search Navigation Main page About this site Discussion board CTMU sources

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  • Telor - CTMU Wiki
    Agent God and human beings are higher up than rocks but less than God Telons are utile syntax state relationships that provide a point or meaning for an action See the article on Telon for an explanation Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index php title Telor oldid 339 Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read View source View history Actions Search Navigation

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