2.UNIVERSE OF DECISIONS

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Let's imagine a Universe where the bodies are constituted by units that are capable of making choices when facing other component units´ stimulus. The rest of our imaginary Universe is constituted by the questions and answers the different bodies exchange.
Being able to make choices is intuitively understood by the human mind.
We can answer "yes" to a question, we can answer "no" or simply decide not to answer. We can understand either the negative values to those answers, like, "no to yes" (that does not mean a no), "no to no", "no to do not answer".
These are the three basic types of answers in the face of a stimulus. We are going to conceptualize them with letters.
The i unit, in the face of a stimulus provided by another unit i', in this imaginary Universe, presents basically three possible answers:
- A "a" answer
- A "b" answer
- A "c" answer
Their numerical absolute values can be equal or not, but they all entail three different ways to make a decision. And in each of these ways, there are two directions. For the "a" answers, we can have answers a (same orientation and direction) and answers -a (same orientation and opposite direction)
In our imaginary Universe there can be n types of different stimulus and each of them causes different decisions, exclusive and according to the stimulus that have generated them.

Later we will see that to relate the Universe of Decisions with the Real Universe, onlu takes to accept that exists TWO possible stimulus.

Each decision is always caused by three possible answers. A decision would be something like what in contemporary physics we call an "event".

I've chosen the word "decision" since is the most graphic one when conceptualizing how the Universe we are about to describe works.

Let's consider that the work involved in the transformation of a stimulus into an answer is zero. Then we will have the ideal Universe of Decisions. However, in order to be able to apply it to the real Universe, that work is going to have important consequences.
For a start, not all the stimulus present the same features when answering. But, following we are going to explain some of the maximum and minimum features these answers can have.

Energy Units "i"

We define i units as the minimum amounts of energy with decision-making ability.

We'll see later, when we study the milion of Possible fundamental Particles (pfp), that even considering an answer of the same type "a", according to the way it is taken, that minimum energy can be different.
We'll see also that the Mass concept associated to this energy depence in being able to measure the decisions effect in other i Units.
Ex: One i Unit that take equal decisions in the possible directions, with oposite sides, will have its own Energy, but We'll never being able to mesure its mass.

Mass Body

We define a mass M body as the one constituted by i mass units that are capable of making choices jointly.

Total Energy of a Mass Body

A body's M mass will be the sum of the different i that constitutes it.

Time units

Decision Time "@":

We define @ time unit as the minimum possible interval between two decisions taken by i mass unit.

Execution Time &:

We define the & time unit as the interval during which an I unit executes a decision.

The time concept are also easy to understand. One thing is to decide and another is to execute. Each diferent Fundamental Particle i can have diferent times tipical of its way to answer. This is gona take us to a 5 Dimension Universe, as we´ll see later in the Coordinate Axis of the Universe of Decisions. This is exactly half of dimensions set by The Super Strings Theory. If the possible stimulus where 2, we would have the 10 dimensions of the Super Strings Theory


The T interval between two decisions made by an i until will always be broken down into:

T= @ + & + T'

Where T' is the period of time between two external stimulus that need an answer.

Space in the Universe of Decisions:

We define "s" Space unit as the amount of decisions that an i unit has made in a specific instant. As the decisions can have three different values (a, b, c), we'll be able to represent graphically s on 3 coordinate axis. We'll talk about that later.

Speed in the Universe of Decisions:

We define the Speed v of a body as the variation of the number of decisions s that is generated during one time unit.



Acceleration in the Universe of Decisions:

We define a body's acceleration as the variation of the v speed during a time unit.




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