Cellular Automata Based on the Golden Mean Number System as a Foundation for Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Life*

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Year:
2020
Type of Publication:
Article
Keywords:
Cellular Automata, Golden Mean, tHooft, E- infinity Cantorian Spacetime, Continuous Geometry, Von Neumann, Plato, Pythagoras, Penrose Consciousness, Aether, Empty Set Complexity Index, Artificial Life, Electromagnetism, G Ord, String Theory, S Wolfram, Co
Journal:
IJAIM
Volume:
8
Number:
6
Pages:
53-58
Month:
May
ISSN:
2320-5121
Abstract:
The work deals ultimately with a daring and profound hypothesis proposing that a form of artificial life can be initiated from an empty set Aether at a complexity parameter λ = 0.27316. This parameter is deeply linked to electromagnetism and the fundamental blocks from which spacetime is made, namely random Cantor sets as represented by the golden mean number system which goes back as far as the philosophy of Plato and Pythagoras in Alexandria. To show all that in reasonable clarity, we resort to the transfinite set theoretical foundation of von Neumann’s cellular automata and go with it the whole way to ‘tHooft’s deterministic quantum mechanics and its cellular automata interpretation as well as the nonlinear chaos and fractal based reformulation of quantum physics of the E-infinity fractal-Cantorian spacetime theory. In short one could say that by starting with the empty set, we get more than we ever hoped for, namely the starting of intelligence and even life and whether this is artificial or not is debateable. The fact is that in the empty set Aether there is a 27.316 percent chance, i.e. (100)( λ) for life and since we are here this means the 27.316% made a quantum jump to 100%. It is then left to the reader to decide if true what the profound implications are.
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