The General Theory of Metadynamics Systemicity: Part 6: Neighbourhood and the 4D Neighbouring of things

Jean-Jacques Blanc

Abstract


The theory of Systemicity emerged from applying the principles of "The Bioethism Transdisciplinary Paradigm" to "Universal systems" and "Living systems" during their temporal survival", which the author J.-J. Blanc has developed since 1996. "Systemicity" surge from interrelations, intrication[1] ... and a permanent interdependency of synergetic things. The systemicity of atomic and molecular cycles has made and goes on sustaining both cosmic systems and Life on planet Earth. In order to exist, cosmic objects and living creatures cope with environmental changing events, replicate and evolve within global, glocal and local areas, while permanently confronted with changes both at endogenous and external environmental ecosystems' milieus. 

As a reminder, the author's past proceedings developed, part after part since 2004, are meant to show the structure and chapters of a "General Theory of X-dynamics Systemicity." One will observe that the building-blocks of the theory are being centred on the Universe dynamics diversity, such as peta[2], teradynamics, gigadynamics', metadynamics', dynamics' and microdynamics' inducing results to a systemic feedback symbiosis named "Systemicity". The publication of the Systemicity theory is meant to support the acquisition of a wide transdisciplinary understanding of the x-dynamics' which systemicity sustains the whole evolution of the Universe ecosystem's components as well as those of the livings. While systems natural structure and behaviors are adapting with their milieu by "neighboring" within "neighborhoods" (ecosystems), they specifically cope with endogenous and exogenous events that induce the temporal retroactivity to result as structuring things.

The Universe dynamics and Cosmo-planetary Metadynamics's systemicity have participated in the Sun and its planets to form, and particularly Earth orbiting around it on a right "habitable green zone." The General Theory shows the close links between cosmo-planetary and terrestrial x-dynamic systemicity, its strength, fluxes and moves cycles that made Life to have happened and thriven. Life emerged from the apparition of proto-organisms which, evolving, drove humans to develop, as forged with their individuality, social traits and behavioral statuses that have accounted for the species biodiversity developing, evolving or getting extinct over billions of years.

For example, when the Earth became a "snowball" from a nearly total glaciation (-600 Mo/y), the survival of some bacteria and micro-organisms escaping the drastic extinction of most species, conversely boosted up an extraordinary explosion of marine species bearing quite new functions (- 545 Mo/y), that after volcanism reheated the planet from the systemicity of interrelated terrestrial and cosmic metadynamics.

These giga and metadynamics are the main physicochemical drivers of the universal X-dynamics sets that are atomic, cosmic, galactic, stellar, planetary and terrestrial which as feedback processes, participate in forming matter and cosmic objects (nebulae, baby stars, stars and planets), within a molecular world originated from after the "Big Bang".

The neighboring of sub-atoms, atoms, matters and gas, within a set of synergetic retroactivity results, promote dynamics (forces and fluxes) which systemicity permanently goes to specific directions in the 4D environment of the Universe. Life is a whole set of "neighboring" ecosystems, which components are confronted with gravitation, electromagnetism, chemical and physical phenomena ..., particularly with temperature, water and the "thermodynamics of entropy lethal effect". They are all being forces and fluxes which are driving the structure and behavior diversity of objects, species and things up within their systemic neighborhood and their intricate concomitance, in other words, integrating facts existing or occurring with or by something else. 

Furthermore, ecosystemic neighborhoods (ecosystems) are confronted with the terrestrial x-dynamics cycles of water, minerals, and climates statuses which currents and physical effects permanently drive up their metabolism. Among drivers are the coalescence, conjunction, co-evolution, convergence, symbiosis, percolation, phase transition and threshold outputs that together comply with adaptations to neighborhood components varieties and temporal sustainability. At each step, perception means (chemical, biological, physiological, social...) are transducing a sense given from a variety of signals both endogenous and exogenous. 

To convert energy from one form into another will infer from the level of survival need components. Then feedback driving the universal atomic, molecular and physicochemical worlds is permanently provoking a change and an evolution among the several x-dynamics systemicity cycles.

The specific bonds and traits in the structures and behaviors of "living creatures" as well as in their evolution trends reveal the survival quality of their neighboring knowledge towards actions-reactions (drivers) events. The treatment of ago-antagonistic signals and stimuli emerging from their ecosystemic and socio-systemic metabolism and environmental conditions is of a major priority surviving. The confrontation between bodies and entities, their milieu components and the natural environment necessitates treating signals and information which perception is adequately setting with the fundamentals of "survival dynamics" and "drivers" like "symbiosis" and "feedback" according to the sense given over to sustaining.  Processing stimuli and signals is an adaptation of trends participating with the metabolic dynamic balance pertaining with both internal and external changing conditions as to cope with survival needs.

Part 5 of this theory only describes some drivers: symbiosis, coalescence, convergence and synergy, percolation, phase transitions, threshold output, feedback ... that permanently influence the systemicity of cosmic and terrestrial matter, objects and things interacting among the universal networks of the 4D worlds. Feedback driving the survival metadynamics systemicity sustains "the atomic and molecular cycles from cradle to grave."

Part 6 of this theory is describing some of the effects of neighboring between individuals and ecosystems which, among living species, characterize their apparition, their adaptation and evolution as well as the causes of their extinction. Both are a matter of balance.


[1] - Intrication: Quantum entanglement is a physical phenomenon that occurs when pairs or groups of particles are generated or interact in ways such that the quantum state of each particle cannot be described independently-instead, a quantum state may be given for the system as a whole. Measurements of physical properties such as position, momentum, spin, polarization, etc. performed on entangled particles are found to be appropriately correlated, a neighboring end with a variable status.

 

[2] - Petadynamics: in physics, multipliers are defined in powers of 10 from 10-24 to 1024, proceeding in increments of three orders of magnitude (103 or 1,000).


Keywords


neighboring, x-dynamics, systemicity, symbiosis, metabolism, synergy, convergence, coalescence,

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