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Miloš Ilić (M, 31)
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My name is Miloš Ilić, in Majdanpek, Serbia, I was born in 1989. I'm an architect, and a computer geek. +381649401756 +381628012098 Skype - milos.ilic989 All of the designs and images, texts posted here are original works, and are prohibited for any commercial use without the authors - Miloš M. Ilić - permission. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Miloš M. Ilić - "arch.d.studios"
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    Theory of everything / Chaos Logic
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    The second law of thermodynamics states that the total entropy of an isolated system can never decrease over time, and is constant if and only if all processes are reversible. Isolated systems spontaneously evolve towards thermodynamic equilibrium, the state with maximum entropy. (from wikipedia)

    State of nothingness is not possible, because it is a finite state, without change. Chaos can be considered as a state of nothingness, paradoxically, only to prove the previous statement.

    It can be said about the universe that it is mathematical approximation of the chaotic state. The universe ξ’ is driven to the absolute state of chaos, and on the other hand to the non-existence.

    This initial relationship between the existence / non-existence is the potential energy of time, nature, thus of the life itself.

    The state of existence is predetermined, based on the respective logic, it has no true beginning, it is in a constant state of change within the possible.


    0 → ⊥


    ξ → ⊤


    ξ ← ξ’ → 0


    1 ← 2 → 0

    (symbol ξ represents chaos, 0 void, and ξ’ creation)


    Rhythm and structure

    When the saturated initial potential reaches the full potential of the first, chaotic state, it is approximately mirrored to a state two ( zero can be considered here as a middle value). Process of division (mirroring) is random, all-directional, automatic, structural and it cannot be completed. This processing between the „state one and two“ is the rhythm and the pulse of the universe, thus of the time and movement. Universal laws and constants are automatic.

    If we translate structures into numbers, each even number can be translated into two and each odd number into one. The state of chaos in the Universe is state one, and the state two is state of the symmetry, creation, even if absolute symmetry is not possible.

    The only whole number is one, but in the same time it is chaotic number, mirroring of the chaotic state respectively give an infinite structural possibilities.

    … 1 ← 2 → 0 ← 2 → 1…

    The universe is a reflex, approximation; it cannot be measured as a whole, and yet it can be understood. This logic is simple, but the universe is the ultimate complexity.

    M.I. 27.07.2020.

    Edit: I have edited this theory a few times; in order to clarify the idea.

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