Authors: Christopher Andreadis
Pondering existence is a journey of the mind that has no boundaries. In contrast to this lofty mesa, however, we must also accept the fact that our own existence is, regrettably, quite finite. This concern invariably encompasses the desire to foresee events that may adversely affect our lives. Thus, fundamental to our existence is the innate ability to understand how the choices we make today shape all our future tomorrows (τι μέλλει γενέσθαι;) as inexorably driven by cause and effect. Yet there may be undiscovered phenomena not strictly bound by causal reality that can never be completely observed or understood, and that may in some way forge our destinies. It is suggested that such phenomena are rooted in nonlinear time, specifically, they may not consistently flow from past to future, or from cause to effect. Section  of this paper states the core hypothesis of how a prognostic system, based on a network of identical NRCL devices (section ), may be affected by unusual or extraordinary phenomena. Additionally, section  describes the basic configuration of such a network. If the core hypothesis is true, and each NRCL device can be optimally adjusted to collectively forecast events yet to come, then we may discover that our existence is not completely founded on causal reality, but may also be influenced by processes of “cause preceded by effect” that propagate at the macroscopic scale. Section  states proposals A through E of how existence may be more than what any casual observer can discern.
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