History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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Deriving the eonic effect as experimental detection of the best way to integrate over a planet…

July 24th, 2017 · No Comments


The idea of studying world history in a set of distributed regions in order to cover the whole actually reflects the strange dynamic behind the eonic efft itself: we see a mysterious macro process that operates over successive wholes and jumps discontinuously to different regions at different stages: it discontinuous both laterally and sequentially. We arrive at the same result. You can argue that the discontinuities chosen are arbitrary: you can answer this by adopting two such formats and think in terms of a differential periodization: try to see which one has the best initializing information. In general you can adopt any number of such schemes: experience shows our match is probably the best…

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