To clarify my model there is no type of information storage step supporting 
the transitions between successive isomorphic links nor can there be to 
adhere to the postulate.

None of the systems components are in any way stable so there are no 
equilibriums of any sort. One could call the system "frizzy fuzzy" such 
that the "no information" content basis is the sustained condition.

This translates into the idea that a group of sequential "Somethings" all 
have some degree of overlapping partial manifestation. [The motion picture 
of viewing a very large dense flock of butterflies [the "Somethings" as the 
"frizz"] in a heavy fog [the "Nothing" as the "fuzz"] from a point deep 
inside the flock comes to mind.]

Thus an evolving universe can have some non zero fraction of a trajectory 
always available if its rules of succession are random enough to always 
find acceptable links in the random "frizzy fuzz".

Hal





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