Rainier Jacobus I go in and out of obsessions with it. About 5 years ago, I created a few models on the computer about synchonization And it hit me that synchronization creates clock time. And how multitudes of small things gather together and work in unison more or less in a repeating pattern — in fact I was looking into the nature of “what are patterns?” As well. Of course this is just the creation of one set of wave patterns. And there’s what happens when they intersect, and you end up with Chinese remainder theorem or mod math. But then these only function properly if everything is in its own isolated universe but reality is noisy. And so you end up with chaotic effects that are in patterns but are less predictable when you don’t know the starting point which in the case of human brains, we don’t know our own starting point because it’s so complicated. So instead we have to work with loose things such as ” traits ” and such. Oh well. One day I’ll put all this research together into a narrative. It’ll just be as arbitrary as any dream despite whatever sources I might quote. https://youtu.be/PnmB8SuKEM0

Rainier Jacobus

I go in and out of obsessions with it.

About 5 years ago, I created a few models on the computer about synchonization

And it hit me that synchronization creates clock time. And how multitudes of small things gather together and work in unison more or less in a repeating pattern — in fact I was looking into the nature of “what are patterns?” As well.

Of course this is just the creation of one set of wave patterns.

And there’s what happens when they intersect, and you end up with Chinese remainder theorem or mod math.

But then these only function properly if everything is in its own isolated universe but reality is noisy.

And so you end up with chaotic effects that are in patterns but are less predictable when you don’t know the starting point which in the case of human brains, we don’t know our own starting point because it’s so complicated.

So instead we have to work with loose things such as ” traits ” and such.

Oh well. One day I’ll put all this research together into a narrative. It’ll just be as arbitrary as any dream despite whatever sources I might quote.

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