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Constructor Theory

Discussion in 'Physical & Life Sciences' started by J_B_, May 9, 2021.

  1. J_B_

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    Anyone here familiar with constructor theory?
     
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    Constructing a theory using more than one law of translatation from beginning to end is counter productive. Fi one law of translation translate the literal history and the next level of translation is moral, and the ideal level of translation reveals God. Any information given statement must adhere to one or the other. Translation laws of prophesy have the same rules of interpretation just like personal references would too (fruit of a tree)


     
  3. J_B_

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    Is this a "yes" answer to my question? I ask because I don't understand your post.
     
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    no :sorry:
     
  5. J_B_

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    Uh. OK.
     
  6. SelfSim

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    Nope.
    Reads more like a computer modelling/programming approach than a Physical foundational concept, to me(?)
     
  7. J_B_

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    Is the link your first read about it? You could be right, as I do believe the proponents come from the field of quantum computing. But let's not be too quick to dismiss the possibilities of cross-pollination.

    I tried to read some of the technical literature because this is the type of thing that interests me, but it started to sound like jargony hand-waving, so I was wondering if these guys have made any real waves.
     
  8. SelfSim

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    I think I may have stumbled across it in a tangential way a loonng time ago but I don't profess to know, or have subsequently seen anywhere where its made any kind of significant impact that I'm familiar with .. (not that that comment counts for anything much).
    Can't help out much there, unfortunately ..
     
  9. J_B_

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    Thanks anyway.
     
  10. FrumiousBandersnatch

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    I've heard about it, but I'm not familiar. AIUI, it's to do with explaining the world in terms of the transitions within and between systems - which transitions are possible and which are not. But I don't know any details or how it is used.
     
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    I read a brief explanation and now I know less than before I even heard of it.
     
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  12. J_B_

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    I'll put that one on the shelf and wait a while. The seminal literature has some intriguing phrases, but I could never get beyond them to grasping the kernel of what they're after ... or seeing a practical application.

    With these types of "on the fringe" ideas, I sometimes get this creeping feeling that if I were to pursue a discussion with the main proponent, I'd end up in a sunflower field in Colorado talking to some guy and his partner Moonbeam whilst funny smells started to make my head feel strange.

    Yet, it still intrigues me for some reason.
     
  13. FrumiousBandersnatch

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    Yes, it sounds like something interesting hidden in a confusing semantic web...
     
  14. Ophiolite

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    So it's nothing to do with Lego then?
     
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