RE: Does evolution stop?

Well, there is nobody that stops it. It doesn’t stop. It just keeps on going and eventually it will go out of whack.

Eventually it will because we know that eventually our sun is going to expand, and it’s gonna expand past the point where the earth is, so we’re gonna… everything on the earth is going to be turned into crispy critters and ash and cinders, and that’s gonna be all that’s left.

And we also know that one day all the suns will do that and if we wait long enough there won’t be anything left in this universe but hydrogen atoms and elementary particles; maybe some electromagnetic radiation; that’s all that’s going to be left here.

We get that from the Second Law of Thermodynamics that says in a physical system, the system just runs down. It’s a non-reversible system that deteriorates with time. So if we wait long enough it is going to all destroy itself because it isn’t stable forever but it is stable long enough for us to have evolved and it’s going to be stable for another billion years or so. That isn’t going to happen like next week, that’s gonna happen in a billion or two billion or three billion years. The universe will kind of just flame out and slowly disintegrate.

But there’s plenty of time there for us to evolve, and because it’s a digital system, the digital system can always do a a restart; it can always go back to the time when the system was younger and start up again. This is a digital system. It can do what’s called checkpoint restart. It can go back at any point that it saved the data, saved all the state functions and state vectors for that system and it can start right up there again.

So it’s not like that’s a huge catastrophe in the sense of the system losing an entropy reduction trainer, it just means that that that trainer is only gonna last but so long. But it’s long enough for it to get results out and that’s what’s important so nobody stops it it just keeps on chugging. That’s the thing about evolution – is evolution’s never done.

The only time evolution gets done is if there are no more states to evolve into. In other words, everything that’s possible has been tried – and that’s very unlikely in a system like ours that has all of these Free-Will Awareness Units (FWAU) all interacting with each other and a hugely complex environment that can change dramatically.

So with all of that, the idea that it would run out of states to evolve into is – that’s a long, long, long, long time away – that we get to something like that. It’s so long that it’s probably just, what do we call, it’s not infinite but it’s close enough to seem like it.

MBTQA Admin Asked on August 18, 2018 in Physics.
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Well, there is nobody that stops it. It doesn’t stop. It just keeps on going and eventually it will go out of whack. Eventually it will because we know that eventually our sun is going to expand, and it’s gonna expand past the point where the earth is, so we’re gonna… everything on the earth is going to be turned into crispy critters and ash and cinders. That’s gonna be all that’s left and we also know that one day all the suns will do that and if we wait long enough there won’t be anything left in this universe but hydrogen atoms and elementary particles; maybe some electromagnetic radiation; that’s all that’s going to be left here.

We get that from the Second Law of Thermodynamics that says in a physical system, the system just runs down. It’s a non-reversible system that deteriorates with time. So if we wait long enough it is going to all destroy itself because it isn’t stable forever but it is stable long enough for us to have evolved and it’s going to be stable for another billion years or so. That isn’t going to happen like next week, that’s gonna happen in a billion or two billion or three billion years. The universe will kind of just flame out and slowly disintegrate.

But there’s plenty of time there for us to evolve, and because it’s a digital system, the digital system can always do a a restart; it can always go back to the time when the system was younger and start up again. This is a digital system. It can do what’s called checkpoint restart. It can go back at any point that it saved the data, saved all the state functions and state vectors for that system and it can start right up there again. So it’s not like that’s a huge catastrophe in the sense of the system losing an entropy reduction trainer, it just means that that that trainer is only gonna last but so long. But it’s long enough for it to get results out and that’s what’s important so nobody stops it it just keeps on chugging. That’s the thing about evolution – is evolution’s never done.

The only time evolution gets done is if there are no more states to evolve into. In other words, everything that’s possible has been tried – and that’s very unlikely in a system like ours that has all of these Free-Will Awareness Units (FWAU) all interacting with each other and a hugely complex environment that can change dramatically. So with all of that, the idea that it would run out of states to evolve into is – that’s a long, long, long, long time away – that we get to something like that. It’s so long that it’s probably just, what do we call, it’s not infinite but it’s close enough to seem like it.

[Original Question: Okay, so once it’s improved and it’s stable, how is evolution stopped at that point? I mean who’s responsible for stopping it and keeping it balanced at that point and not having it move forward, go out of whack?]

Answered on August 18, 2018.
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