infonsm |= q-realism | q-synthsis-prbabilism | t until OR=u-wave-f-collaps_q-suprpstn | macrostate |

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  • Published on:  7/18/2020
  • infonsm |= q-realism | q-synthesis-probabilism | time until OR=objctv-red_wave-f-collapse_q-suprpstn
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    | informationism= q-info-realism + reprsntational-ethical-intersubjectivism =
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    life is meaningful coz we make it so!
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    quantum info-realism=
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    penrose |_ objective collapse/reduction theory | Diósi–Penrose model | interpretation-of-qm =
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    rough threshold for OR is given by Penrose's indeterminacy principle:

    τ ≈ ℏ / EG
    where:

    τ is the time until OR occurs,
    EG is the gravitational self-energy or the degree of spacetime separation given by the superpositioned mass, and
    ℏ is the reduced Planck constant.
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    representational-ethical-intersubjectivism |_ rule-utilitarianism | ideal-observer-theory
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    any representation/perception of reality is inherently subjective hence subjective
    summation of individual perception is hence intersubjective
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    rule-utilitarianism + ideal observer theory is an universalist forms of ethical subjectivism (which claims that moral propositions are about what attitudes a hypothetical ideal observer would hold).
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethical_subjectivism
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    any representation/perception of reality is inherently subjective

    objective reduction/collapse theory= ie (summation of wavefuntions= universal wavefunction) universe exists in itself (thing-in-itself) does not require and observer to exist. an observer/representation/perception is an impartial/imperfect view of reality

    noumenon/universe can exists outside of consciousness in an abstract/platonic sense, we can observe it through perception (empiricism) through observation (ideal-observer theory). through perception we can see that the universe is finite and there is a centre (dipole repeller + great attractor) and there is a boundary prob outside the observable universe where there is nothing. this in turn gives rise to the theory of eternal recurrence (shortest time= planck time, longest time= Poincare recurrence time)
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    informationism_quantum-realism-n-ethical-solipsism | logic | ideal observer theory |_ externalism-n-univsl-wavefunction
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    what if u were the last/only person in (observable) universe?
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    informationism=
    - although the universe exist objectively without any observers, (quantum realism)
    - any observation must be done by an observer
    - and if u were the last/only person in universe
    - then ur viewpt would be the only 1
    - anything that matters would be things that affects u n comes into ur orch-or-consciousness (ethical solipsism)
    = hence ethical-solipsism n quantum realism
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ideal_observer_theory
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    social-democratic-capitalism_n_sustainabilism
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    capitalism for the rich [the 1% rich r so rich that ubi and other socialist program wont even make a dint in their savings]

    socialist-capitalism for the middle class

    socialism for the poor
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    centre of universe
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    curious fact= our universe has trillions of galaxies n septillion stars, so if 1 star has 1 earth like planet in its habitable zone there are 1 septillion civilisations out there

    https://www.201tube.com/video/O57DyNMRGY8/video.html
    https://www.201tube.com/video/vh8-ZUIX_1o/video.html
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    space colonisation is too expensive (unsustainable/unfeasible)-4-2020 | end-of-photosynthesis | antinatalism=
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    world economy is 85.8 trillion in 2020
    1 billion ton= 1e+12kg
    1e+12kg x $10,000 per kg = $1e+16 which is greater than world econ by $1e+4 times
    1e+12kg x $3,000 per kg for falcon 9= $3e+15 which is greater than world econ by $1e+3 times
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    The short answer is that we don't know. It depends on launch costs, operating costs of the technologies and space infrastructure required to build it, and more.
    The longer answer is that, at least in the near future, it would be extremely expensive. O'Neill Cylinders were billion+ ton habitats, while it costs about $10,000 per kilogram to put a kilogram of payload into Low Earth Orbit (there are some estimates of lower costs from SpaceX as well as launches from India and Russia). But even if we somehow got launch costs down to $1/kg to launch into space (so low that it would be vastly cheaper than the cost per kilogram of the fuel, meaning it's impossible), a billion-ton space habitat would still cost at least $1 trillion just in terms of launch costs alone. The costs of assembling it, creating the parts, putting it all together, and operating would add additional expenses on top of that.
    https://www.quora.com/Space-Colonization-How-much-would-it-cost-to-build-an-ONeill-Colony-Island-Three
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