Author Floofft.

The paper concentrates on the information model of Macrocosmos contained in iissiidiology. This work provides a short description of the notion “information” as it is currently understood by some branches of learning as well as on the basis of its main properties stipulated in iissiidiology. In a narrow spectrum of research, iissiidiology is proposed here as a new information theory, and most of the paper is dedicated to it.

The term “iissiidiology” contains two parts: IISSIIDI, which is an energy-information structure of different-quality creative-activity levels in Self-Consciousness, and the Greek word “logos” that denotes discourse or compilation. In other words, iissiidiology is a compilation of conceptions about the energy-information structure of human Self-Consciousness and about its interactions with the outer reality.

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1. Introduction

An intensive growth of the information flow that enters human self-consciousness makes people search for means and methods to process and store the information more effectively. As a result, new technological achievements and technical innovations appear. Nonetheless, the notion “information” is still controversial and multifaceted and depends on the area where it is applied. The purpose of this paper is to introduce existing conceptions concerning information and describe some key features of this notion as given in iissiidiology that opens some new aspects of it and can be considered a new information theory.

Trying to systematize theoretical explanations of the term “information” in iissiidiology has proved to be a hard task as the notion is discussed in many places of the whole text. This paper does not provide detailed descriptions of many iissiidiologic terms, and they are explained briefly. Therefore, many aspects of energy-information interactions implied by the terms are not considered due to a large amount of the new terminology that requires a profound study. Some terms are capitalized within the text according to the original spelling. There are also links to paragraphs of interactive iissiidiology (all in Russian) that provides an access to the original text and allows to understand better the notions mentioned in this paper and compare them with existing interpretations of information by other sources.

2. The Notion of Information

       2.1. Current understanding of information in various branches of learning

Although different interpretations of information theory have been developed, at the present time, there is no strict definition of information. For instance, the Great Encyclopedic Dictionary defines it as follows: information (from Latin informatio – explanation, exposition) originally means data conveyed by some people to others in an oral, written, or any other way (such us conventional signals, technical means, and so forth), also including the process of conveying and receiving of the data [11].

Iissiidiology has the following etymology of the word: “The Latin word informatio (literally it means “shaping, formation”) has three circles of meaning: “explanation, interpretation”, “notion, concept”, and “notification, instruction”… Moreover, the primary word “forma” has, for example, several meanings: “beauty”, “arrangement”, “organization”, “image of a letter”, and even “imperial decree”. The prefix “in” means “motion in space and in time in any direction” as well as “transition from one state into another”. Thus, the notion “information” can be unrestrictedly and literally interpreted as “an original arrangement, primary organization of Space and Time according to the Supreme Will (imperial order)”, that is, as a certain formaformatа and formaformans – simultaneously a created form and a form that creates”. [1.0678]

The word “information” became widely used from the mid 20th century. Claude Elwood Shannon (1916–2001), an American engineer and mathematician, is considered to be the one who made the term popular. Shannon introduced this term in its narrow technical meaning in his Mathematical Theory of Communication which sometimes is also called information theory. For this reason, he is known as the father of both modern information theory and theory of communication [12], [17].

Yankovskiy considers that the notion “information” is intuitive, and, in various branches of human activity, it has special meanings [12]. In his turn, candidate of philological sciences Lidovskiy characterizes information as a nonmaterial entity that can be used to describe real (material), virtual (possible), and notional entities; he also considers information as antithesis to uncertainty [13]. Doctors of technical sciences, Simankov and Lutsenko, refer the term “information” to fundamental notions that do not have a generally accepted, strictly scientific definition [15]. The paper “Synergetics and information” written by Chernavskiy mentions several other definitions of the term that may be similar or different. It means that there is not any generally accepted definition or clear understanding of the essence of this phenomenon [18].

Another doctor of technical sciences, Fursov, argues that “information” is the most often and widely used term in many sciences; however, in various branches of learning, different meanings are implied, and therefore, there are many interpretations of the notion “information” and definitions of the quantity of information. Fursov thinks that information exists independently from whether it is perceived or not, but it manifests only during interaction. “The fact of objective existence of information independently from our consciousness made some researchers adhere to quite a peculiar point of view that information is the third (along with matter and energy) substance of the material world”. It is hard to prove this opinion because “fundamental laws of conservation of information and/or those of its transition into equivalent quantities of matter and/or energy have not been formulated” [14].

In his monograph, Grand PhD in Philosophical sciences, Nekrasov, relates the notion “information” to various ancient and contemporary philosophical concepts. For example, “the philosophy of Jainism” distinguishes two parts of existence – “…the inanimate (ajiva) and the animate (jiva). The inanimate includes matter that consists of atoms; it also includes time and the environment; while the animate is identified with live objects. Jiva is eternal and imperishable, but it disintegrates into many souls vested with diverse material shapes, and the souls transit from one body into another (samsara). From the modern point of view, it can be considered as manifestation of information in matter”. The author also states that information substance is the impersonal global order, the law of karma in the philosophy of Buddhism. Nekrasov proposes to consider Kant’s notion of “thing-in-itself” as internal information of a system; external force actions, according to him, should be viewed as external information which the system presents “to us”. Other analogues of information include the absolute idea (absolute Spirit) of Hegel, interaction of humans and Cosmos in the philosophy of Russian cosmism, the primary chaos (one indivisible substance) of Berdyaev N.A., noosphere of Vernadsky V.I., and others. The author concludes that “the basics of information approach were founded during the ancient times and have been practically always present in systems of philosophy for centuries” [19].

The purpose of this paper does not concentrate on a comprehensive consideration of all modern concepts concerning information; it rather focuses on the information theory proposed by iissiidiology. Therefore, it is enough to cite one more work that provides quite a deep research of the notion of information. In his article “From perception to information”, Bayandin comes to the conclusion: “from the total bewilderment whether ‘information exists at all’ to the proclamation of a new scientific field, Informationology, that represents the concept of information model of the Universe and informatization of the world community – these are parts of the list of views on information, and the list is far to be complete” [20].

       2.2 Information theory in cybernetics and mathematics

The existing information theory is covered by the branch of mathematics that analyzes receive-transmit systems, processes of conversion and encoding of information (in the form of various data) using different mathematical models and by cybernetics, a science that describes general laws of acquisition, storage, transfer, and processing of information [13], [21].

The main subject of research of information theory, as an essential part of cybernetics, is cybernetic systems (for instance, automatic regulators in equipment, computers, human brain or brains of animals, biologic population, society, and so forth). Cybernetics dates back to the publication of Norbert Wiener’s and Claude Shannon’s works in 1948 [13]. Probability theory, mathematical statistics, and applied algebra form the mathematical basis for information theory [13]. Claude Shannon considered that comprehensive understanding of the mathematical side of information theory and its practical applications to issues of the general theory of communication are prerequisites for the use of information theory in other fields of science [16].

Detailed mathematical formulas and theorems formulated in information theory can be studied in the sources listed as references below. For the purpose of this paper, it is sufficient to cite some characteristic features used to describe information as a data stream. “There are two types of information: discrete (digital) and continuous (analogue). Discrete information is characterized by sequential precise values, while continuous information is represented by uninterrupted changing of a value. It is much easier to store discrete information than continuous information because it is described by a series of numbers. One position of a binary digit used to describe discrete information is called bit (a short form of binary digit). Bit is a very small unit; therefore, a value that is eight times bigger is usually used – a byte that consists of two 4-bit half-bytes or tetrads. The speed of information transfer is measured in the quantity of bits transferred per second which is called a baud: 1 baud = 1 bit per second (bps)[13].

Simankov and Lutsenko gave a more general definition of information theory: it is a modern science about properties of information and regularities of information processes [15]. If to replace the word “science” in this definition by the word “conceptions”, then, in the particular case, when the information model of the Macrocosmos is considered, iissiidiology can be treated as a new information theory because “information” is one of its main notions, and iissiidiology explains properties and laws that exist for interaction of information.

       2.3. Conceptions of information in iissiidiology

Formally, at present, iissiidiology cannot be considered a science as the methods of cognition used by its author (intuitive perception and obtaining knowledge through the practice of deep meditations) are not recognized as scientific. Nonetheless, certain parallels can be drawn between the meditative method of contemplation and, for instance, the way an ornithologist watches an unknown kind of birds: the specialist does not contact the birds directly but observes their life from a distance and makes conclusions based on his/her knowledge about other birds. On the other hand, due to intuitive insights, many scientific discoveries have been made. The iissiidiologic information theory also does not stand the test of scientific theory according to Karl Popper’s criterion (also known as falsifiability or refutability): a theoretical construct or theory can be considered scientific only if there is a possibility to falsify or refute it. However, if to apply the criterion to many philosophic treatises, they can be considered unscientific as well. Still, this fact does not prevent the study of works written by philosophers from ancient times till the present days and earning scientific degrees in philosophic sciences. Taking into account the above allowances, the iissiidiologic information theory can be treated as one of the working cosmologic and other hypotheses that wait for their scientific acknowledgment.

Before presenting information theory from the iissiidiologic point of view, it is worth noting that all in the outer multidimensional reality is considered alive in iissiidiology: “The Macrocosmos is a Universal Environment structured by “an integral Consciousness” of all Self-Consciousness Forms, among which there is none that could be attributed to a NON-living Entity” [2: 2.1113]. Moreover, the author considers as Self-Consciousness Forms not only common subjects of animate nature, such as animals, plants, insects, microorganisms, and so forth, but also elementary particles, atoms, molecules, minerals, planets, stars, and many other things still treated as inanimate by most modern scientists [1: 1.0042].

       2.3.1. Main states of Information

In his theoretical rationale, Oris (the author of iissiidiology) calls Information a primary-perfect Higher organization of the outer reality which shapes not only all Forms of Existence but also Energy, Space, and Time [1: 1.0678]. He also states that Information, in its inactive, absolutely harmonious state (before the notional act of its transformation into Energy-Plasma) cannot be described in any way as there is no Energy, Space, and Time in this state [1: 1.0681].

The iissiidiologic theory distinguishes several main states of Information. An inactive state, which is balanced before any act of synthesis (combination of Information fragments), is called “All-That-Is” (Information as such), also known as the primogenitive state (from Latin рrimogenitus – firstborn). An active or synthetic state (for synthetic types of Macrocosmoses) is called “All-That-Exists” (that is, the manifested Form or Information combined with Energy –Energy-Plasma) [2: 2.0248]. The second one is also disbalanced, dissonational (discordant), post-merkavgnatsia (see the notion of merkavgnatsia in section 2.3.6. below) and is called the consummative state. Consummativeness reflects a degree of dissonation (discord) between information interrelations within the shaped type of Macrocosmos [3: 3.0867]. The total primogenitive-and-consummative state is called the amitsissim SSS-State; according to its internal properties, it is simultaneously balanced and agitated [3: 3.0860, 3.0888].

Information also has the confective SSS-State, which is distinguished by absolute completion of any inner-information states and considered as the highest state among potentially possible ones for Information. In it, each skunkktsia (property) of every SSS-fragment (Information fragment) equally actively interacts with each skunkktsia of all other SSS-fragments (see the description of SSS-fragments and skunkktsias in section 2.3.3. below) [3: 3.0864, 3.0865, 3.0871]. This state is considered both as “the beginning” of genesis (activation) of Information and as its finishing stage [3: 3.0891, 3.0896].

       2.3.2. Initiation of creative activity of Information by impulse-potentials

Information is characterized by the United Superuniversal Impulse-Potential (USIP) that initiates, in the balanced Information state, a creative activity and causes manifestation of Information Self-Consciousness (SSS-Entity), which is differentiated into various types of Macrocosmoses. Depending on types of impulse-potentials (IPs) that participate in this initiation, Macrocosmoses are divided into humatsion (synthetic) and propriusal (non-synthetic). Our Macrocosmos is of the humatsion type; the irrkogliktiv and the eglleroliftiv IPs participate in its creation [3: 3.0866].

It is noteworthy that in the iissiidiologic information theory, the whole act of creation, – from the initiation of Information (from its inactive state into its active and disbalanced state) to the complete restoration of “the temporarily lost” balance, – lasts just one Instant (the One Instant of Eternity). Everything happened holochronosly-simultaneously (simultaneously-in-a-single-moment) and at once returned into the balanced state; that is, the beginning of the creation coincides with the end. The whole duration is illusory and exists owing to differences between Information fragments and their conglomerates, which are sequentially chosen by Self-Consciousness Forms as focuses of interest for study and obtention of experience.

       2.3.3. Information fragments and their structure (r-Configurations, skunkktsias)

In the iissiidiologic Information theory, the author’s interpretation of the word “Plasma” is completely different from that of scientists: it is a universal objective state which is balanced in all its possible qualitative characteristics; it is the Primary Cause of all possible qualitative transformations of Information into an infinite variety of its multidimensional-manifested states (Energy + Time + Space = Self-Consciousness Forms, Collective Cosmic Intelligences). Universality of the Primary-Cause state is expressed in universal features of the infinite set of heterogeneous information fragments (SSS) that structure Information [1: 1.0659, 1.0660].

Each SSS-fragment has an individual reconverst (unique, inimitable, and indivisible) configuration (r-Configuration). Reconverstness (from Latin “re” – “again”, “repetition of an action” and “conversio” – a change, transformation) is the ultimate (highest) degree of individualization of an information fragment’s feature. Owing to the property of reconverstness, each fragment preserves indissoluble unity with the rest of Information, and at the same time, manifests its own individual features.

Each SSS-fragment consists of many skunkktsias – information “segments” (features) that lightly differ from each other and provide every r-Configuration with the state of stability and inalterability. Interrelations of each skunkktsia with other skunkktsias in the same SSS-fragment can be figuratively represented by first-level parachute-seeds on a mature dandelion’s seed head; in turn, each parachute is a whole dandelion that corresponds to interrelations of the following level. As stated, the first-level branching of “the dandelion’s seeds” represents skunkktsias of one r-Configuration; owing to it, the SSS-fragment remains indivisible and integral in any interactions [1: 1.0057, 1.0422, 1.0424, 1.0425]. The levels can be visually depicted by a tree-like fractal (see Figure 1). The first-level interrelations are represented by the largest branches that come from the trunk; the second-level interrelations are smaller branches on the largest ones, and so forth.

A particula is a common term that denotes a random “segment” of Information and its interrelations. Specifically, interskunkktsial particulas are called mikrostry that represent an objectively-potential set of some information properties that are primarily coordinated according to certain features [3: 3.0820, 3.0821].

Figure 1. A fractal tree.

       2.3.4. Pure Cosmic Qualities and their types. Aspects and sub-Aspects. Notions of dimension and birvulartnost

Based on similarities of Information fragments, the author of the iissiidiologic information theory subjectively distinguishes 12 main groups of heterogeneous Information Features that transit into each other in a duvuyllerrt-diffusgent way (gradually, sequentially, interpenetrating into one another); he defines the Features as Pure Cosmic Qualities (PCQ). Each PCQ is further differentiated into a nominal quantity of unique groups named Quality Aspects, which, in turn, are subdivided into sub-Aspects, sub-sub-Aspects, and so on, by analogy with the fractal tree [1: 1.0434].

Aspects of all the 12 Qualities are manifested through each Self-Consciousness Form, but in various degrees. The Qualities whose Aspects prevail in a given Self-Consciousness are called invaderentas (dominantas). The Qualities that manifest in a lesser degree are called veksative (recessive or background) Qualities. The qualitative content can be compared with a mixture of paints of different colors. The main tone will be determined by the color of the paint whose content is larger.

The iissiidiologic information theory’s author offers a multidimensional structure of Space-Time Continuum (STC) based on various modes of interaction between PCQ’s Aspects. Some dimensional diapasons (ranges) can be defined by the number of dominantas. For example, in the 3-4-dimensional diapason, in which we perceive ourselves at the present time, Self-Consciousness Forms have two dominantas, and as a result of interactions between their Aspects, an intermediate state of synthesis appears (in iissiidiology, it is called a Creative Cosmic State – CCS)2. This state becomes kovarllert (see the explanation of this term below) towards one of the other recessive Qualities, whose Aspects gradually begin to prevail. The CCS’s interaction with Aspects of the new dominanta results in another CCS that attracts Aspects of the next dominanta, and so on. For instance, in the 4-5-dimensional diapason, Self-Consciousness Forms synthesize three dominantas plus one CCS, while in the 5-6-dimensional diapason, there are four dominantas and one CCS [4: 10.10436].

Interquality synthesis schemes or types of birvulartnost are formed on the basis of two initial dominantas [9: 15.17277]. For example, the LLUU-VVU-oriented or lluuvvumic (human) type of birvulartnost is defined by the dominance (prevalence) of the following Qualities in Self-Consciousness: All-Love-All-Wisdom (one of its manifestation forms is magnetism) and All-Will-of-All-Intelligence (one of its manifestation forms is electricity); they prevail over the other ten Qualities. The scheme has also a particular sequence of next dominantas (All-Love-All-Wisdom + All-Will-of-All-Intelligence + All-Unity + All-Integrity…). In all subsequent dimensional diapasons, the two initial dominantas always remain most synthesized with each other.

In order to be materially (perceivably) manifested in our current STC of the 3-4-dimensional diapason, Self-Consciousness Forms must have at least one common (with us) dominanta. As the content of dominantas differs for various animals, plants, minerals, and substances, all of them are representatives of different birvulartnost types. They are all called Proto-Forms and are subdivided into many interpretations or Formo-Types. LLUU-VVU (the term “lluuvvumic” derives from it) is also a Proto-Form. In the 3-4-dimensional diapason, LLUU-VVU is represented by NUU-VVU-Formo-Types (or NUU-VVU-Forms) of the current humankind [10: LLUU-VVU-Form].

2Distinctive features of synthesis between Quality Aspects in some other dimensional diapasons are described in section 2.3.9.

       2.3.5. Types of energy-information interrelations

According to the iissiidiologic information theory, the closest and identical interrelations exist between sub-Aspects of one Aspect; a little less close interrelations act between sub-Aspects of different Aspects that belong to the same PCQ; they are followed by those between Aspects of one PCQ, then by interrelations between Aspects of various PCQ that have several similar features, and so forth. On Figure 1, it can be compared with the distance between nearby branches: the smaller the distance the closer and more identical the interrelations.

Interrelations with different degrees of compatibility are divided into:
1) resonation:
a) liyllustsiv – the highest degree of stability and identity;
liyllustsivnost is the state of absolute balance (100% or the highest degree of kovarllertnost) between interacting heterogeneous Information fragments; the feature of liyllustsivnost reflects the manifestation of the irrkogliktiv IP [1: 1.0443];
b) kovarllert – a high degree of stability and identity;
the state of kovarllertnost is based on the eglleroliftiv IP [1: 1.0447];

2) dissonation:
a) impercept – a low degree of stability and identity;
imperceptnost is the state of a high creative incompatibility (a very low degree of kovarllertnost) between two or several focus Configurations (or segments of one f-Configuration) [1: 1.0448];
b) kruvursorrt – the lowest degree of stability and identity;

The state of kruvursorrtnost is opposite to the one of liyllustsivnost [1: 1.0444].

       2.3.6. The irrkogliktiv-eglleroliftiv initiation of Information. The explanation of the term “Energy-Plasma”

According to the iissiidiologic information theory, as a result of Information initiation by the irrkogliktiv IP, the state of merkavgnatsia appears (compensatory displacement between skunkktsias), that is, a certain information difference between r-Configurations of SSS-fragments (they have skunkktsias that reflect interrelations between non-identical features); this process leads to the formation of a certain dissonation distance between the r-Configurations. Inside Information, Energy seems to be released (as Self-Consciousness Forms that induced the effects of Space and Time), which caused the appearance of a unified combination between dissonation and resonation skunkktsias of all r-Configurations and resulted in the formation of Energy-Plasma [1: 1.0436, 1.0525, 1.0721]. In other words, Energy is understood as a response reaction inside Information that appears as a result of an unbalance between some combinations of reconverst Configurations of heterogeneous fragments that constitute Information. Energy is a result of a purposeful effort of Information to eliminate the disbalance formed in the state of merkavgnatsia [1: 1.0458]. This urge to attain the balanced state is provided by the eglleroliftiv impulse, hence the name “the irrkogliktiv-eglleroliftiv initiation” as a simultaneous process of disbalancing-balancing. The irrkogliktiv impulse serves as a unique mechanism that starts up the eglleroliftiv impulse; without it, Information would be inactive [2: 2.0976].

The word-combination “Energy-Plasma” contains the core components that define the term: “Energy” reflects the presence of a dissonation (eglleroliftiv) part of Information in all interactions (that is, impercept-kruvursorrt interrelations between Focuses of Energy), “Plasma” tells about the potential (and simultaneous) presence of a stably balanced part of Information in any of these focus interrelations (kovarllert-liyllustsiv interrelations between SSS-fragments) [1: 1.0671].

       2.3.7. Inertial states of Energy-Plasma. Simultaneousness of involutional and evolutional processes. The property of slloogrentnost

Depending on sorts of combination between PCQ and inertia of energy-information interactions in the Universe of our type, the iissiidiologic Information theory distinguishes three states of Energy-Plasma: primary, secondary, and tertiary (we are currently in it).

Due to the presence of both impulse-potentials, two opposite and complementary processes happen simultaneously in Energy-Plasma: 1) kvalitatsia (involution) – differentiation of information combinations; 2) amplifikatsia (evolution) – synthesis or accumulation of energy-information interrelations. Any inertial process that involves Self-Consciousness Forms is always eglleroliftiv; in other words, it leads to evolution, because it is accompanied by an increase of the quantity of kovarllert interrelations [1: 1.0455].

Any heterogeneous Information fragment potentially reflects and preserves in itself all properties of Information without losing its own individual features. This principle is called slloogrentnost, which is a potential universal ability of any part of Energy-Plasma to simultaneously propagate itself into all energy-information interrelations. The term “slloogrentnost” has the following synonyms: singularity, holographousness, omnipresence, infinite interrelationship [1: 1.0190, 1.0432].

       2.3.8. Focus Dynamics. Info- and Formo-Creators. OLLAKT-DRUOTMM-systems, FLUU-LUU-complexes, SFUURMM-Forms

The iissiidiologic information theory has one important postulate that is repeated like an axiom: “absolutely ALL that can be self-consciously manifested in Space-Time as different-quality Self-Consciousness Forms exists initially”. No one can change anything: we can only choose objects for our focusing, change some Focuses by other ones with different inner qualities, and this process is subjective Focus Dynamics. Moreover, each creative state of Energy has a corresponding strictly-determined creative state of Information [1: 1.0052, 1.0062, 1.0063].

This process can be compared with functioning of a kaleidoscope (Figure 2). Pieces of glass of different colors inside the kaleidoscope represent the whole infinite set of information fragments. By analogy, as there are all possible positions of each individual piece of glass relative to all the other pieces, there are interrelations between all skunkktsias of all fragments. Every individual pattern may be compared with one Self-Consciousness Form with its unique perception system.

Figure 2. Kaleidoscope.

In the iissiidiologic information theory, Info-Creators are bearers of information focuses (they are also called focuses of dual reflection – FDR, also including their more universal analogues), while Formo-Creators represent energy focuses (focuses of close attention – FCA and their analogues). The word “Creator” presupposes the presence of certain subjective dynamics. The Formo-Creators’ creativity is realized mainly in Resomirals of the Macrocosmos. Info-Creators mainly realize themselves in timeless information spheres – OLLAKT-DRUOTMM-systems (ODS), FLUU-LUU-complexes (FLC), and analogous information spheres structured by SFUURMM-Forms (subjective conceptions). ODS and FLC are subdivided into general-abstract conceptions of Collective Intelligences, or UU-Forms, and into specific-fragmented UU-copies. Formo-Creators and Info-Creators are represented in the Macrocosmos only through Configurations of Forms mutually created by them – karmonatsias (psikhonatsias of feelings synthesized with emanatsias of thoughts) or Fields-Consciousnesses. In individual ODS of each Self-Consciousness Form, UU-Forms and UU-copies constitute narrow-specific configuration combinations – UU-conglomerates (in FLUU-LUU-complexes, they are called – FLUU-doubles) [1: 1.0056, 1.0060].

Conceptions (SFUURMM-Forms) of any Self-Consciousness Form are always subjective; that is, they do not reflect the objective reality that can be objectively perceived only by higher Collegial Cosmic Intelligences. Such conceptions include only an accessible part of Information in accordance with the synthesis scheme. For example, LLUU-VVU-oriented Formo-Creators subjectively interpret any Information in accordance with the VVU-principle; that is why, structural elements of ODS and FLC are represented for people as UU-VVU-Forms, UU-VVU-copies, UU-VVU-conglomerates, and FLUU-VVU-doubles [1: 1.0053, 1.0057, 1.0068].

The iissiidiologic information theory also states that there is direct correlation between the volume of Energy-Information operated by every Self-Consciousness Form and the level of its development (the degree of synthesis) and psychomental state. For instance, one instant of a highly-developed person occupied with a highly intellectual activity, contains a volume of Energy-Information which is 3-10 times larger than the one that corresponds to other instants of the same person during his/her daily routine actions [8: 14.16654, 14.16655]. Formo-Creators, whose Self-Consciousness levels belong to a higher dimension, integrate the whole empiric experience of creative realizations of Formo-Creators from lower dimensional levels; the latter receive Information from higher dimensions as non-empiric (intuitive) experience that comes from more developed Formo-Creators [1: 1.0074]. During one “quantum displacement” (the process of kleksing, or “unpacking-unfolding” of new Information) of Self-Consciousness Forms that operate larger volumes of Information, Forms that have access to lower volumes of Information make hundreds and thousands of similar “displacements” [1: 1.0484].

3Energy-Information Resomirals are stable synthetic resonation combinations, in Space-Time, of duvuyllerrt “sections” of Formo-Creators’ Configurations connected with many different-quality Self-Consciousness Forms. [8: п. 14.15721]

       2.3.9. The karmonatsia-based model of energy-information interaction

The iissiidiologic information theory describes particularities of energy-information interactions using some models. For instance, to describe karmonatsias, it uses such geometric figures as tetrahedron, pyramid, octahedron, hexahedron, dodecahedron, icosahedron, and others. Some of them are shown on Figure 3.

As stated above, a karmonatsia consists of mutual dynamics of emanatsias and psikhonatsias that represent two states simultaneously manifested through Self-Consciousness Forms; one of them (emanatsias) is more associated with conceptions about mentality and thinking, and the other (psikhonatsias) is more associated with features of feelings, vitality [8: 14.15564]. The edges of these figures are associated with Info-Creators, and the vertexes are associated with Formo-Creators. It should be noted that karmonatsias are actually not represented by any geometric figures. The author of the iissiidiologic information theory just uses these models to explain the principles of interaction between different Information fragments.

Figure 3. Geometric figures used to describe karmonatsias: (a) – tetrahedron, (b) – hexahedron or cube, (c) – octahedron-, (d) – icosahedron, (e) – dodecahedron.

Each notional diapason of dimensions has its own specific stages of synthesis. The 0-1-dimensional diapason includes the intrasubaspect synthesis (in other words, between all sub-…-sub-Aspects of one Aspect). At this stage, karmonatsias are depicted in the form of tetrahedrons. They are extremely unstable, and their parameters are subject to constant changes – sferatsias (they sferate). As more and more interrelations establish, karmonatsias become more stable, less tensorial (the degree of dissonation decreases). A more stable karmonatsia of this diapason can be depicted as a tetrahedron whose faces are equilateral triangles. Further synthesis leads to an amalgamation of tetrahedrons into more complex configurations. In the 1-2-dimensional diapason, there is the intraaspect synthesis of pyramidal karmonatsias that are formed by way of a resonation merger of energy-information edges of four one-dimensional tetrahedrons with very similar properties of various sub-Aspects that belong to the dynamics of an Aspect of one PCQ. The interaspect synthesis (between unstably synthesized Aspects of one Quality) happens in the 2-3-dimensional diapason; the complexity of karmonatsias increases up to an octahedron. Our 3-4-dimensional diapason can be characterized as the interquality synthesis (between Aspects of two dominantas and 10 background Qualities) that takes place in structures of hexahedral karmonatsias that include three pairs of octahedrons. Due to the principle of slloogrentnost, each edge of any karmonatsia is potentially structured by absolutely all Aspects of Qualities and by all synthesis schemes. In every next diapason of dimensions, interrelations with Aspects of new Qualities are first established on the level of tetrahedrons, then on those of pyramids, octahedrons, hexahedrons, and so forth [8: 14.15653, 14.15654, 14.15656, 14.15658, 14.15662, 14.15677, 14.15678, 14.15711, 14.15712].

3. Conclusion

The notion “information” is many-valued. The abundance of definitions, which differ greatly at times, and the absence of one universally acknowledged definition show that conceptions of people concerning this notion still actively develop. The iissiidiologic information theory refers to Information everything that is manifested and perceived by a given Self-Consciousness Form, as well as that which is not manifested and not perceived by it but can be perceived by other self-conscious Form in their own way. According to the iissiidiologic conceptions, manifested Information has Self-Consciousness and is simultaneously differentiated-aggregated into different (in complexity) energy-information combinations. In iissiidiology, Energy is represented as an unbalanced part of Information that tends to reach a completely balanced state; this interpretation radically differs from concepts of Energy in science.

The uniqueness of the information model in the iissiidiologic information theory is in the structuring of Information by fragments that group into Quality Aspects, whose interactions constitute subjective perception systems and Self-Consciousness levels of various Forms, including a human being. The psychomental character of a personality depends on the dominance (in its Focus Dynamics) of Aspects that belong to some or other Qualities.

Only some properties and distinctive features of Information and its various states are presented above, which are described in detail in the iissiidiologic information theory. The purpose of this paper is to help understand general conceptions of this notion. Iissiidiology can be considered a new information theory as “Information” is its fundamental notion, and its description comprises a considerable part of the newest cosmological concepts about the Universe and the human being.


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