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  • CTMU sources - CTMU Wiki
    Christopher M Flash from Deep Space Supernews on Supernovas Physics and Metaphysics Discussions Topica CTMU list official e mail list CTMU Q A HIQ A CTMU and God ABCNEWS com chat transcript Noesis for CTMU discussion see issues 44 46 57 59 62 63 and 76 MegaBoard Discussions CTMU Forum Audiobook Version A Dialogic Response to an Atheist Discussion with CTMU Conference Members Discussion on the Ultranet List Discussion with a Mega Society East Member Discussion at the utne cafe Discussion at the Utne Cafe Dialogue between Christopher Michael Langan and Russell Fred Vaughan Ph D Colloquy discussions CML Langan Intelligence Meaning and Measurements God the Universe and Theories of Everything On Nagarjuna and the Heart Sutra Altered States and Psi Phenomena Part One Altered States and Psi Phenomena Part Two On Society and Socialization Depression Genetics and Brain Physiology Survival Issues of the Twenty first Century ISCID discussions Audiobook Version Cosmogony Holography and Causality Critical Questions CTMU and the Axiom of Choice Evolutionary Intelligence Karl D Stephan Tegmark s Parallel Universes A Challenge to Intelligent Design On Progress Readdressing Reality Theory Information in the Holographic Universe Organisms using GAs vs Organisms being built by GAs T Duality Universe Virtues of Scientists Audio Video Antonia Maria April 30 2007 Smartest Man In America Lives In Missouri KMBC Morris Errol August 14 2001 The Smartest Man in the World part 1 part 2 part 3 First Person Preston Ray November 15 2006 Meet the Smartest Man in America KMOV Mosley Michael February 10 2009 Make Me Smart BBC Simone Rob December 28 2012 Mind Reality Coast to Coast AM CTMU Pencil animation depicting self creation inspired by the CTMU JAY T July 15 2014 WORLD S SMARTEST MAN SPEAKS OUT BBS Radio Youtube Version of The People Speak Another Crank Comes

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  • Recent changes - CTMU Wiki
    Hide my edits Show new changes starting from 07 00 15 February 2016 Namespace all Main Talk User User talk Meta Meta talk File File talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Invert selection Associated namespace 14 February 2016 diff hist Meta Discussion 18 07 322 Teleologically Put Talk contribs diff hist Meta Discussion 18 03 120 Teleologically Put Talk contribs CTMU MooC diff

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  • Pages that link to "Main Page" - CTMU Wiki
    Namespace all Main Talk User User talk Meta Meta talk File File talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Filters Hide transclusions Hide links Hide redirects No pages link to Main Page Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org wiki Special WhatLinksHere Main Page Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read View source View history Actions Search Navigation Main

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  • Changes related to "Main Page" - CTMU Wiki
    days Hide minor edits Show bots Hide anonymous users Hide registered users Hide my edits Show new changes starting from 07 00 15 February 2016 Namespace all Main Talk User User talk Meta Meta talk File File talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Invert selection Associated namespace Page name Show changes to pages linked to the given page instead 14 February 2016 diff

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  • Special pages - CTMU Wiki
    Preferences Reset password Reset tokens User contributions User group rights User list Recent changes and logs Gallery of new files Logs New pages Recent changes Related changes Valid change tags Watchlist Media reports and uploads File list List of files with duplicates MIME search Search for duplicate files Data and tools Book sources Expand templates Popular pages Statistics System messages Version Redirecting special pages External links search Random page Random

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  • CTMU timeline - CTMU Wiki
    board certified neuropsychologist who reports that Chris is the highest individual that I have ever measured in 25 years of doing this Langan is said to be working on his masterpiece a mathematical philosophical manuscript with a radical view of the universe Langan and Gina LoSasso form the Mega Foundation a non profit corporation whose mission is to create and implement programs that aid in the development of extremely gifted individuals and their ideas 2000s 2000 The Mega Foundation web complex is launched with online content eventually including Langan s essays A Very Brief History of Time The Theory of Theories An Interdisciplinary Approach to Reality On Absolute Truth and Knowledge Introduction to the CTMU and Physics and Metaphysics Langan is the subject of the article Einstein s brain King Kong s body in The Times of London 2001 Langan is the subject of the article Mister Universe in Muscle Fitness Langan is the subject of the episode The Smartest Man in the World part 1 part 2 part 3 of First Person by Errol Morris Langan is the subject of the article The Smart Guy in Newsday Popular Science article about Langan and the CTMU 2002 Langan publishes The Art of Knowing a collection of essays about free will and other philosophical topics through the Mega Foundation Langan publishes a 56 page paper The Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe A New Kind of Reality Theory in PCID the online journal of the International Society for Complexity Information and Design ISCID 2004 Langan s paper Cheating the Millennium The Mounting Explanatory Debts of Scientific Naturalism relating the CTMU to existing theories of causality appears in the anthology Uncommon Dissent Langan moves with his wife to northern Missouri where he owns and operates a horse ranch 2006 Langan is featured

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  • Causality - CTMU Wiki
    and improves on neo Darwinism by addressing the full extent of nature and its causal dynamics In the past teleology and evolution were considered mutually exclusory This was at least partially because they seem to rely on different models of causality As usually understood teleology appears to require a looping kind of causality whereby ends are immanent everywhere in nature even at the origin hence the causal loop Evolution on the other hand seems to require a combination of ordinary determinacy and indeterminacy in which the laws of nature deterministically guide natural selection while indeterminacy describes the random or chance dimension of biological mutation In contrast the phrase teleologic evolution expresses an equivalence between teleology and evolution based on extended refined concepts of nature and causality This equivalence is expressed in terms of a self contained logic based model of reality identifying theory universe and theory universe correspondence and depicting reality as a self configuring system requiring no external creator Instead reality and its self creative principle are identified through a contraction of the mapping which formerly connected the source and output of the teleology function In effect the creative principle itself becomes the ultimate form of reality The self configuration of reality involves an intrinsic mode of causality self determinacy which is logically distinct from conventional concepts of determinacy and indeterminacy but can appear as either from a localized vantage Determinacy and indeterminacy can thus be viewed as limiting cases associated with at least two distinct levels of systemic self determinacy global distributed and local nondistributed The former level appears deterministic while the latter which accommodates creative input from multiple quasi independent sources dynamically adjusts to changing conditions and thus appears to have an element of randomness According to this expanded view of causality the Darwinian processes of replication and natural selection occur on at least two mutually facilitative levels associated with the evolution of the universe as a whole and the evolution of organic life In addition human technological and sociopolitical modes of evolution may be distinguished and human intellectual evolution may be seen to occur on collective and individual levels Because the TE model provides logical grounds on which the universe may be seen to possess a generalized form of intelligence all levels of evolution are to this extent intelligently directed catalyzed and integrated 3 The CTMU has a meta Darwinian message the universe evolves by hological self replication and self selection Furthermore because the universe is natural its self selection amounts to a cosmic form of natural selection But by the nature of this selection process it also bears description as intelligent self design the universe is intelligent because this is precisely what it must be in order to solve the problem of self selection the master problem in terms of which all lesser problems are necessarily formulated This is unsurprising for intelligence itself is a natural phenomenon that could never have emerged in humans and animals were it not already a latent property of the

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  • Problem of induction - CTMU Wiki
    draw conclusions about reality Instead of starting with a limited set of empirical observations and provisionally theorizing about them he starts with logic adjoins certain analytic truths see below and extracts the implications for the whole of reality Among the results he claims to have mathematically deduced are nomological covariance the invariance of the rate of global self processing c invariance and the internally apparent accelerating expansion of the system 1 The keys to Langan s approach are the three analytic principles which he uses to relate logic to reality These principles are associated with three properties which a theory of reality must inevitably possess closure comprehensiveness and consistency The principles in question are supposed to be true of reality as defined on the model theoretic level i e on the level of the general correspondence between a theory of reality and reality itself For more information about these principles and properties see the Three Cs Three Ms As a final note Langan does not claim that at the current stage of its development the CTMU can be used to demonstrate every empirical truth and he acknowledges the role that empirical methods may play in refining his theory Since those

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