Integrated Theory of Intelligence

If the assumption is made, which I am convinced is correct, that there is an interrelationship and interdependence between the entire entropic process of the universe and the universal expansion of space, then what must be the rate of universal expansion to allow entropy to occur at an exponential rate? As suggested before, it makes a more elegant relationship if spatial volume is expanding exponentially, even though this might not be a necessary precondition.

Since intelligence is also evolving in non-linear fashion, it becomes tempting to speculate that this process is also occurring exponentially, particularly if one intuitively believes in the interrelationship of all things and processes. The non-linear evolution of intelligence will be examined in the next chapter.

Although this is not the way that most cosmologists would see the universe, a model could be constructed which envisions multiple adjacent universes, all of which are periodically expanding and contracting in waveform fashion. As some are expanding, others that are immediately adjacent must necessarily contract. This might look something like pulsating foam. Our universe could presently be in a state of expansion somewhere on the upward sweep of the curve.

The big-bang event is not seen so much as an explosion beginning from a definite center, but more like a carefully orchestrated expansion which occurred simultaneously everywhere, filling all of space from the beginning and with every particle of matter receding from every other particle. The present end result is manifested by all galaxies moving away from each other, as previously indicated.28

To be able to determine the amount of volume increase of space, one can arbitrarily choose a known volume of space at a specified time, and then calculate the new increased volume after a known time interval, assuming the rate of expansion is known.

 Volume1=Initial Volume of Space . Volume2=New Volume of Space after specified time period of expansion. . T2 - T1=Known time interval which is easily converted to a known distance traveled during the expansionary phase, if the rate of expansion is known. This time interval or distance represents the fourth dimension.

It becomes more difficult to calculate the rate at which intelligence is evolving, and at this point in time it is probably not even possible. Ideally one would first determine the total intelligence content of the universe, which obviously is not possible, and then observe this known quantity for a specified period of time to determine any change. The second most ideal way, which would be less accurate but perhaps still accurate enough, would be to determine the total intelligence content present on this planet at T1 and then again later at T2. This is also far beyond our present level of technical achievement, but in time might be possible. First it would be necessary to devise a way to accurately determine the quantity of intelligence in all existing organisms. Even if there were a comparative way to determine the level of intelligence in each organism, it would be an awesome task to establish the population census that would also be a necessary prerequisite. One might conceivably compare the number of bits of information stored in the DNA molecules of each animal species as a way of measuring the intelligence quotient, since information content should be proportional to the level of intelligence. The following mathematical expression would be one way of calculating the total intelligence content of this planet.

 Intot = (Inave1)(#Org1)+(Inave2)(#Org2)+(Inave3)(#Org3)+...etc.
 Intot = Total Intelligence content of earth. Inave = Average Intelligence of each individual species that exists on earth. #Org = Number of organisms in each individual species.

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