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Chaos and Evolution

Permeating the universe, there's an underlying randomness known as chaos.

Depiction of chaos, where chaos is the underlying randomness of the universe

Within a homogeneous area, chaos will inevitably take effect. Its result is a number of slightly different configurations.

We witness that Chaos is creating a number of slightly different configurations. If, at the beginning, everything is homogeneous and perfectly ordered, the introduction of Chaos will set it out of balance.

Now, let's examine just one of those configurations. Will this particular configuration continue to exist? That depends partially on whether Chaos randomly eliminates it. But it also depends on whether there is a predisposition for the configuration to survive.

We propose that most random mutations die out. They'd be worthless as far as the universe's fundamental laws are concerned. But those laws, those fundamental geometries—the full complete Cubic geometry, as it were, which is described in article Time is Cubic, not Linear—these fundamental geometries do actually favour some configurations. It is through the discriminating preference of those laws that evolution occurs.

Let's reiterate. The universe is a Time Cube, within which exists chaos. When chaos creates a configuration that the Time Cube prefers, that configuration is allowed to survive and to potentially replicate itself. Why would replication be a favourable manoeuvre?—because if the configuration was limited to only one instance, then it would be highly susceptible to random death. But when it has replicated itself to form a large population, a few deaths within it would not matter, being that still many copies would remain.

Furthermore, the process of replication forms a 4-corner Cubic cycle. The cycle is as follows: 1. Configuration exists in a dormant state; 2. The configuration commences its division; 3. A new configuration separates from the old one; 4. Both of the separate configurations revert to their initial dormant state, regaining stability.

A single configuration duplicates itself twice. Those two copies then form more copies, until a large population has been formed.

This produces large populations of all the various configurations. When a configuration becomes powerful, it could gain the capacity to destroy some of the other configurations. By overriding the other configurations, or by taxing other configurations of their energy, or even by simply being able to gather and consume resources in a more efficient manner, a configuration would gain itself a larger population and a greater control over the environment. It would, in short, be gaining greater power.

When incremental increases in power continually occur, repeating and reiterating in a constant progression, the result is a steady pattern of improvement for the species. Each iteration of the evolutionary procedure is like a single step in a staircase.

A distribution of good and evil, or of better and worse configurations, is created by Chaos. Time Cube selects the best configurations. Thus, over time, greater sophistication develops.

To create systems that are increasedly powerful and efficient, it is necessary for the complexity to increase. As such, we find that evolution tends to produce systems that are of great complexity.

However, in The Rational Belief, it was proven that everything must be cyclical. This means that evolution cannot continue infinitely; eventually, the whole system must decline back to its original state, and begin anew. Thus there's a cycle.

Now—morality. There have been many different cultures with many different moral concepts. How can we determine an absolute morality?

In general, that which is considered "good" is that which enables a community to remain cohesive and secure. "Evil", on the other hand, is anything that undermines a community's stability.

And, extrapolating, a cohesive and secure community will survive and perpetuate. But one with undermined stability, and a consequent prevailing instability, is likely to self-destruct.

This means that "good" refers to conditions facilitating the long-term survival and perpetuation of a population, whereas "evil" refers to whatever causes detriment, and consequent decline and extinction.

The good elements prevail, whereas whatever is evil bombs out.

Now, two terms: the Will to Power, and the concept of harmonics.

There is a tendency for evolution to occur. Chaos allows Time Cube the leverage to perform natural selection and to select those configurations that most excel in powerfully representing Cubic parameters. The tendency for evolution to occur is known as the Will to Power.

The second concept: evolution creates systems and configurations, and some of these systems exist on different scales compared toothers of them. Whether macro or micro—no matter their size—their evolution is still governed by Time Cube: thus, they still exhibit Cubic parameters. There are then natural similarities between microscopic and macroscopic phenomena; these correlations, we refer to as harmonics.

This established, proof proceeds:

CASE 34

From empirical inference, there exists chaos. Chaos is an underlying randomness that resides throughout the universe.

CASE 35

From CASE 26, the universe's geometry is Cubic. Within the universe, chaos, from CASE 34, creates random configurations. A configuration will have an increased chance of survival if it can utilise the Cubic geometry to its advantage: to do this, it must possess Cubic properties. Thus, through Cubic selection, there is likely to be a prevalence of configurations that exhibit Cubic properties.

CASE 36

From CASE 35, chaos creates different configurations, and it creates some that have Cubic properties: after being selected by Time Cube, chaos creates variations on them, after which more Cubic selections will be made. This process allows an increase in the complexity and efficiency of the systems that are created. And at each stage, there is a likelihood that systems satisfying the Cubic rules in new and better ways will prevail: this evolutionary tendency is known as the Will to Power.

CASE 37

We take two examples of any level of existence—a line (CASE 2), a plane (CASE 6), or a volumetric space (CASE 11)—with one being bigger than the other. From CASE 36, we allow Cubic configurations to evolve and fully occupy these spaces. The resultant configurations will be of different sizes, but they will both display Cubic parameters. A harmonic will therefore exist between them.

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Further point:

A fractal provides an analogy for the process of evolution. Click here to read more...

Further point:

The true Cubic morality is not an arbitrary one. It doesn't set absolute rules. The definitions of Good and Evil often vary from context to context.

Further point:

As regards the cyclicality aspect of Cubic geometry, often when smaller systems are created, they are aligned with more powerful cycles. For instance, life on earth often demonstrates synchronicities with the cycle of day and night, or with the lunar cycle, or the cycle of seasons.

Further point:

There is such a thing as relativity of perception. Existing within a system with very low power, one might view one of the low power-values as the greatest power of all; also, a power-value slightly lower than that might seem the weakest power that could ever exist. If a power-value still lower is introduced, one's perception changes to view that as the lowest, with the previous low one assuming a more moderate stance; if a much higher power-value is introduced, one views all the low ones as being very low, thus shifting one's perception to accommodate the new addition.

This relates to harmonics. Harmonics relate bigger powers to smaller ones, and vice versa.

Further point:

Often, evolutionary diversity emerges. Complex cubic systems will involve a range of different lifeforms.

Think of it in terms of the simile of a tree. Once stable life has evolved (this, represented by the tree trunk), it can diversify into a more complex system (this system depicted by the tree's branches). If they manage to empower themselves greatly enough, the branch-like members of the system could even split off to form whole new trees, or whole new systems.

It's like races within a species. Sometimes a race can become so refined and distinct from the rest of the species that it is able to transform into a whole new species.

Further point:

Sometimes there are compromises. It may be that a compromise has to be made in order for a cycle to continue. It'd be a compromise between a tangential motion that moves away from the circle-cycle, and a spiral that gravitates into the centre and into a singularity.

Absolute power:

To exercise power, motion must occur. But things can only move relatively to each other. An absolute power would require an absolute motion. The latter being impossible, the former cannot exist.

Power is causality, and power is necessity. But power is always relative. It exerts itself upon a realm of free scope.

Further point:

When evolution is halted, and when a system settles into a fixed routine, everything tends to become rather static and restrictive. When one finds that one has been repressed by this state of conditions, one should take it upon oneself to deviate therefrom, and to provide the chaos through which evolution is to be induced. With evolution having thus been resumed, progress will be able to occur.

Further point:

Higher species want order, thrive on order; cat is happy to know that he can communicate successfully with his human masters, and achieve satisfaction and confidence.

A lower-level species has a greater affinity, compatibility, with chaos, having less desire for higher order. Example: after a nuclear blast, and the reduction of order to disorder, only the cockroaches remain, other animals extinguished.

Note that merely for a species to ascend to a high level doesn't mean that that species is good. It could be a harmful, baleful, poisonous species, greatly deteriorating nature. We would say that the virtues of the species is separate, independent, of its level of sophistication.

Educated fools can't comprehend Cubicism. Life is as secure as existing on a razor edge. Apply reverse engineering to know creation. Humans are educated stupid Word Animals, creating a Word God and Word World, thus inflicting singularity as mange upon Nature. Singularity educators are unfit to even live. Wisdom is a Cubic measure of Knowledge.
Your father was a fish. You evolved from an egg laid in water, fertilized by a sperm fish swimming upstream - just as salmon swim up stream to fertilize female egg laid in the water. Maybe, you should worship a fish god.
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