7th Isomorphism: Its 3 organic/networks: Spe≤ ST≥Tiƒ
Limbs are lineal, bodies are toroid heads are informative spheres. In terms of network description they belong to the 3 fractal main systems, the diestive system the endocrine, reproductive system and the highly quantised in form, nervous system.
1. The life-death ‘world cycle’, and the social scales of the Universe: Complexity.
The main difference between ‘Complex Sciences’ and classic, ‘simplex’ sciences, is dual:
Simplex sciences consider only ‘spatial dimensions’ and a single time dimension of duration, which is useful to measure motion in time (V=s/t), but tell us nothing of the inner structure of a physical or biological system. Thus systems are described with only 4 dimensions, 3 of space and one of time duration, as systems that move through worldliness, between birth and extinction, WITHOUT explaining the inner laws of social organization that structure the system, neither the reasons of its life-death cycles, from past to future, and the reasons of its evolution of form, from youth to old age.
All this existential questions, fundamental to reality, specially the biological and social reality of mankind and history, are responded by Complex Sciences with its ‘wider’ concept of a Universe, which extends through different scales of size and evolves its internal form from past to future. Thus complex sciences add 3 ‘dimensions’ of social complexity and 2 more dimensions of time, the past and the future, to define with more precision the causes of the life-death cycle, the evolutionary cycles, and the organic structure of reality.
Thus Complex sciences use a more sophisticated structure to describe the species of the Universe – the social organism, which exists across 3 ‘different scales’ of size and social organization, the cellular, individual and social scale; through which they perform a past to future ‘life-death cycle’, which is called no longer a ‘world line’ but a ‘world cycle’.
We say that life is a travel through the i-dimensions of social complexity between the past, seminal age of birth and the future, 3rd age of information..
Thus super organisms both in physical and biological systems are, as the graph shows, structured across 3 ‘scalar Dimensions’ of space time: the i-1 cellular, individual and i+1 social scale, which determined the existence of in time of a life-death cycle of 3±1 Dimensionr or ‘Ages’ for all of them:
– The seminal i-1 age of birth, which reproduces a system till it emerges into the:
– Individual scale, where the system follows a young age of energy, an adult age of reproduction in which the individual integrated itself into the i+1 social scale.
– Followed by a 3rd old age of information, which ends with a reversal of time, or ‘death’ that returned the system to the i-1 cellular scale.
And so I wrote a simple equation for the life death cycle across its 3 i±1 scales and 3 ‘Ages of time’:
i-1> Max. E->E=I->Max. I < i-1.
Then I modelled most systems and languages of the Universe with that formalism, unifying the study of all sciences with them.
So in Physics I used it to describe all systems in the 3 scales known to man:
– The quantum scale through String theory (also 10 Dimensional systems, across 3 scales of i-1 strings, i-branes and i+1 particles).
– The human scale through the States of matter, the ‘energetic’, gaseous state, the liquid E=I balanced state and the informative, solid state, between ‘plasmatic birth (i-1) and ‘big-bang’ extinction (E=mc2).
– And the Cosmic scale with its Galactic Superorganisms (made of i-1 atoms, which gather into i-stars, which become parts of social i+1 galaxies) and its Universal cycle with 3 ages, described by the 3 solutions to Einstein’s space-time equations: The ‘big-bang’ youth age of maximal energy, the steady state solution of balance E=I, or ‘adult’ age of the Universe and the 3rd ‘big crunch’ informative collapse (Max. I.)