Unification of Physics and Economics under Information Theory
July 10, 2015 7:42 AM   Subscribe

Unification of Physics and Economics under Information Theory
Uses abstract game theory and an application of EM theory to demonstrate a time-space-thought continuum. Originally posted two years ago.

In a very manic state I wrote this document where I formulated a framework that attempts to unify physics and economics and I think it very much jives with Vinge's theories on singularity and thought.


Now initially you may recall I claimed this solved P=NP, I’m not making that claim anymore (although I wouldn’t be surprised if it lead to that).

Basically I say that individual intelligences link themselves in organizations, organizations must be very finite (my diagram shows them as 5 members) because in order for them to have what I call a Delta connection they must significantly share the same values, goals and have a strong working relationship. Organizations can have any set of goals, be it social, economical, spiritual, etc. All intelligences links are treated like electromagnetic fields, in this case thought/information being the current not electrons. Then organizations radiate their own information fields and organizations form relational constructs in a non-finite manor forming a corporation. Corporations then radiate their own fields forming bigger corporational constructs and so on until eventually you have the entire linked civilization.

Further more I say this implies a time-space-thought continuum that is constantly evolving. Time-space is shrinking because technology is making travel and interaction easier and thought is expanding because of the rise of artificial intelligence and the connected population (through both population growth and the ever expanding availability of the internet). I further posit that thought will eventually dominate the spacial relationship and when that happens there will be a singularity. So it is not actually necessary for AI to cause that thought to expand, by introducing tools and developing better organizational models (which will be implemented through simple free market economics, they will simply out compete traditional structures), a singularity could occur without a super intelligent AI.

The equations are written in what I call differential set theory, I made up the syntax combining differential equations with set theory and as far as I know there is no research done on the rules of such a concept. So I only have high level equations, if this were to become serious I’d need someone with a lot more math smarts than me to flesh out the logic.

The QED is premature, that is def a result of my mania, but I find this document very compelling to this day but every time I have attempted to work on this I have gone down a dark path.

I think the solution to generate a civilization wide singularity is to move to an AI-assisted barter system, I provide more reasoning for that in my paper On Exchange Medium and Speculation http://www.lind-i.com/Docs/OnExchangeMediumandSpeculation.pdf which I wrote before Economic Circuity.

In it I proposed applying Judea Pearl’s causality statistic framework to Bayesian game theory to compute macro patterns of behavior in non-finite actor games. I have no ****ing clue how to do that, but again it is obvious to me that it would work. After I proposed that I applied my new definition of utility and Jim Bryant’s definition of globalization, “The compression of time and space”, and once you place that in the game it became obvious to me that time, space and thought were indeed connected (as Gene Roddenberry posited in Star Trek). Only after I finished and published the paper did I realize the consequences of that and hence I could write out some math.

So let’s assume a time-space-thought continuum does indeed exist, than maybe the reason we’re having such a problem unifying physics is not due to missing dimensions but because we’re failing to take into account the power of observation, which introduces an information field into the data set and our understanding of those consequences we haven’t even begun to study.

Putting quantum data into a Pearl-Bayesian Game may yield macro results that mirror our observations of the known universe while simultaneously accounting for the randomness at the quantum level.

I’m a computer guy who dabbles in econ with only a passing knowledge of physics, so I could be totally off base. However I find my model very compelling and would like a true experts thoughts on it. This is a very complex problem and will take multi-field collaboration to research if indeed these experts find this credible.

Post script:
I believe I can also express my power theorem as (Δr^2 - c^2Δt^2)Δi^2 where delta is a displacement vector (not my transcend function) and r is space.
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posted by jlind0 (2 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite

Definition of utility in terms of space, time, thought:

⋃_(τ= -∞)^(τ= +∞) ⋃_(time=0)^(time=k)〖{〖space〗_δτ,〗 〖time〗_δτ,〖thought〗_δτ} ≜〖Utility〗_δ (space,thought)@k
posted by jlind0 at 9:22 PM on July 11, 2015

The more I think about it the more I think the power theorem should be expressed:

(∆i^2)/(∆r^2 - (c^2)∆t^2)

This is because space-time degrades the power of the thought relationship as it expands. And space-time is compressing in this model so thought is becoming the more dominate relationship.
posted by jlind0 at 9:23 PM on July 11, 2015

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