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Analog Models, the GGU-model and Non-secular Applications

Authors: Robert A. Herrmann

Within a substratum, the GGU-model is either a pure substratum secular analog model for processes that produce universes, or a non-secular model that generates the General Intelligent Design (GID) Model. Specific analog models, such as Newton's dynamic geometry, are investigated and various GGU-model schemes for producing universes are discussed. With the exception of intelligent mechanical and linguistic invention via a biological entity such as the human being, our physical universe displays no linguistic information. The problem as to how it is possible that such physical behavior does follow the linguistic descriptions described by intelligent beings, descriptions that do not appear in Nature, is solved.

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[v1] 2015-10-05 08:02:21
[v2] 2015-10-14 08:09:29

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