A single localized modification of the uniform state is all that is required to derive ourselves, our physics, and all the rest of our reality (physical and nonphysical). This way (uniform) relative to that way (locally nonuniform) is sufficient. Given that AUO somehow discovers a disturbance or nonuniformity relative to itself, it can return to uniform, then intentionally reestablish the locally disturbed state, then return back to uniform and so on. We now have the possibility of a regularly recurring event that will eventually evolve into a precisely recurring event. Figures 21, 22, and 23 show three examples of a regularly occurring continuous change between nonuniform and uniform states. A precisely occurring event might eventually be used to invent time (the first tick tock, ticktock, ticktock as it were). But before we could reasonably expect something as advanced as uniform vibration or oscillation, AUO has a lot more evolving yet to accomplish.



Maximum Positive Distortion



Uniform (Zero Distortion)



A single “timequantum.” The minimum time increment. Also the minimum time required to change the state of one cell from a no distortion (uniform)state to a maximum distortion state. Note that two timequanta are required to complete one cycle.



Figure 2.1: Unipolar Oscillation in the form of sin( ? t)



Considering biological evolution on earth, one would say that one celled critters discovered multicelled configurations were more effective, and later discovered that cell specialization provided a more efficient multicelled organism. Here, I am using the word “discovered” in the evolutionary sense. Such discoveries are not necessarily well defined events. They are more typically diffused happenings that occur over long periods of time and after huge numbers of more or less random internal experiments have been evaluated for profitability (improved survivability for bioorganisms or lower entropy for consciousness organisms).



The continuing evolution of AUO requires more and more complexity in the ways that AUO might express differentiation of one part of itself relative to another. What are its opportunities (the possibilities) for dualizing? There are many ways AUO could change state and then change back. Here are a few of the simplest ways. AUO could, for example, discover dualization in a bipolar as well as unipolar mode. The unipolar mode (uniform, positivedisturbance, uniform, positive disturbance, uniform, and so on), could be in the form of sin(?t) (shown in Fig. 21), or perhaps [sin(?t) +1]/2, or sin2(?t) . It could also be in the form of a linear sawtooth (Fig. 22), or any number of other useful forms.


