Thoughts on 5G Web 4.0 Clear Computing

We’ve had “Cloudy” computing for a while now. Before that we had client-server and even mainframe computing. To stick with the meteorological metaphor perhaps we can think of those computing eras as our “Rainy” (we were covered by the services of our umbrella ¿?) and “Snowy” (we hunkering down in the mainframe and saw the world through our little windowed terminals ¿?) epochs… yeah; kind of a stretch. None the less I propose we’re entering a new era. An era of “Clear” computing. A time when you don’t know, and don’t care, where something is physically working for you. A time when the idea of “installing” programs is considered old-fashioned. And where everyone on the sky network can lend their resources to the clouds if they want to.

A better metaphor for all this might be one of phase change; we’ve gone from “solid” computing in the form of computation being tightly bound to the hardware; to “liquid” computing in the form of logic running on virtualized hardware and common frameworks with interpreted languages. To “gas” computing in the form of ephemeral containerized microservices running over networks and machines with common protocols and interfaces.

To carry the metaphor forward we can see a new phase of computing; “plasma” computing. A phase where ephemeral containers materialize, run, and evaporate on a vast peer-to-peer network of computational nodes in data centers and pockets. Where globally addressable immutable bit collections are the cells you pull from the ecosystem hives to build your particular colony of workers doing your bidding. Any bits close to you are only there due to nanosecond latency requirements. Otherwise they’re only a hyperlinked millisecond away. It’s a phase where the network itself is a part of the computational node’s memory hierarchy. And where your spare CPU cycles might run someone else’s containerized workload; for a quality-of-service credit of course.

To facilitate such a systems architecture we’ll need high-bandwidth low latency network connections. We’ll need completely portable execution containers. We’ll need protocol based interface languages running on frameworks that truly span the spectrum of hardware. Fundamentally we’ll need what we need to make things that function more in terms of streaming frames of multi-path parallel communication rather than the stilted unidirectional sending and receiving of messages in a serial conversation.

Some of these bits have yet to arrive, and we’ve got some bits of the bits for some of the others. For connectivity 5G networks are coming (as soon as we’re certain they won’t cook our brains and DNA). For portable computation we’ve got orchestrated and composable microservice containers running in the cloud. But you can’t yet pull down a container, run it on your phone, and have it paint your screen with all its applied usefulness. And you can’t yet tie together chunks of packaged logical functionality into web assemblies that compose in your hand. But technically it’s totally doable once all the right links are in place.

To date the only truly portable UI standard has turned out to be the document object model from last millennium’s web-tech stack (HTML, CSS & JS) but we know we can do better. Our paged scripts have already given way to the shimmering screen, we just have yet to improved our screenwriting. The Reaction to such a state is to try and wrap up all the documented nuances of the library and render a way out of the production. Or to offer up a way to clip off pieces of the web into more composable “webcomponents”. Or to just entirely re-imagine the GUI generation methodology within some idiosyncratic mental space of our own device.

Whatever the current state the good news seems to be that within a community any platform bound framework islands (like iOS and Android in the mobile space or AWS, GCP, and Azure in the cloud space) will only prompt the development of bridging frameworks like Flutter, React Native, and Xamarin by those that want to get off those islands and build across the divides. That or everybody will just agree to implement defacto standards like Amazon’s S3 and EC2 APIs until some standards body comes along to confirm that we all got in the same boat and make it official with a christening.

The current need is for the big platform elevators who make Android, iOS, WinOS, macOS to join Linux and fully embrace the standards that already exist; POSIX, OpenGL, SVG and DOM. And for any technological framework that wants to enter the community to be a good global citizen and auto generate the codification of its tech into the language agnostic landscape; gRPC is a great example of that done right.

The future will ultimately stand upon the platforms that built bridges; the truly cross-platform platforms. Docker for example runs on server farms and Raspberry Pies in the field. And Kubernetes navigates across every cloud out there. We may never get to a human interface layer more ubiquitous than the browser based web stack for doing things like drawing a button to capture a click or styling text on an arbitrary screen. So with that strong possibility it’s probably a safe bet that the cross-platform frameworks will ultimately wrap up the myriad interfaces and protocols of the iOS-win-lin-mac-droids into neat little packages that flutter functionally all around the network enabling you to execute your functionalized thoughts anywhere they’re needed or wanted.

With this forthcoming clear computing “Web 4.0” platform I dream of the day when hundreds of imperative, platform specific commands, give way to terse declarative statements that can span systems. A day when designing with patterns, interfaces, and generically defined algorithms is as easy as specifying behaviors with simplific and knowledgeable English. When codifying gets out of the way of conceptualizing, and software development feels more organic than mechanical. When we write to our machines with declaratives and they scribe out the required imperatives.

How might we speak to our machines in the future? Well Java has brewed for a long time but it kind of got lost within its own verbosity. C# is trying to see clear enough to go deep with .NETcore and Go wants to go there too but perhaps we’ll realize we’ve had a lingua franca all along in the form of C/C++. But that only with the help of an elite cadre of interpreting members of the scribe classes could regular non-geniuses get their thoughts to swiftly dart like pythons across the typescript-ed domains of the machine sea.

To unlock the truly amazing potential of the peer-to-peer Web 4.0 clear computing; that plasma state paradigm of computation which can supercharge our information technology world; that containerized microserving widget graph of gizmos tied together with hyperlinks and blockchains, we’ll need to solve the single hardest problem in computer science: Getting everybody writing on the same page when it comes to agreeing on how to name and declaratively do stuff.

We got really far with getting and putting things. And we can at least agree on what a button, a click, and a swipe are. But after that it goes downhill pretty fast. Reconciling how to work with things like “views”, “containers”, “activities”, “widgets”, “frames”, and “windows” may never be possible without the constrained namespaces of their platform specific imperative contexts. But if we can eventually find common declarative meanings with agreed upon semantics it could help us all communicate and execute our formalized thoughts so much better than we do today.

We all know what a pie chart is. So then tersely declaring such a thing to draw itself on the web or a watch with some addressable table of data without learning the imperative codifying details should be within the realm of possibility one would think. Perhaps we’ll never unlock the full richness of a particular platform without speaking its native dialect of “computer”. But if we’re provided by that platform with a native translator that can understand simple declarative English referencing a common data model or standard application model maybe that’s the next best thing. We’ll need all help we can get when it comes to talking with the sky and taking our dreams to the clouds.

Making Well Structured Work

Here’s an attempt to Keep It Super Simple with a Way Path guide that can help any group do the wayfinding of determining its work and the point of its work;  To know what work it should be doing and why it should be doing it.

  1. VisionThe Wish Points (WP0):  Where We Wish To Go and Why? (the big picture is…) Answer determines The Projects
  2. GoalsThe Wanted Prizes (WP1): What We Want To Get There? (we won when…) Answer determines The Products
  3. StrategyThe Willed Plans (WP2): Who Does What When To Get There When? (we’re going to…) Answer determines The Processes
  4. TacticsThe Work Producers (WP3): How Does Who Do What? (who shall try…) Answer determines The People
  5. WorkThe Work Produced (WP4): Do What? (it’s for…) Answer determines The Produce (“fruits of labor” so to speak)

We can see that a clear and shared vision provides a path that guides the group by helping it to define its vision, which clarifies its goals, which guides its planning, which guides its work, which guides its doing.

Once all the work is done, and we get to where we were going, we hope to get the prizes we envisioned. Maybe we get more than we wished for, maybe less. Either way we made what we wanted and the prizes were only part of the point of the journey. For no matter what we do, new wishes make new places to go; making more work, and keep the journey long and prosperous.

And maybe that’s our wish anyway; for all of us to have a long and prosperous journey towards making the world we all want to have some day.

Literal Living Light

What if hyper-advanced wave technology existed that allowed light itself to be a literally living and consciously evolving life-form?

To understand how to better ponder such a notion we would need to first better understand what this notion we call “LIFE” really is …
How about, for the sake of poetic beauty, we acrostically use the word “LIFE” itself to self-referentially define itself for us? As if the word itself were conscious.

I am “LIFE”…

I am “Logically Linking Layering Interconnections Inducing Identifiable Field Forms Functionality Entangling Energy Evaluations”….

as such Life’s Instantiated Forms Essential are…

Law’s Instantiated Forms Eternal
Logic’s Instantiated Forms Existential
Light’s Instantiated Forms Ephemeral
Loop’s Instantiated Forms Ethereal
Linearity’s Instantiated Forms Exponential
Limit’s Instantiated Forms Elemental
Link’s Instantiated Forms Espousal
Literal’s Instantiated Forms Electrical
Layer’s Instantiated Forms External
Lump’s Instantiated Forms Epidermal
Locale’s Instantiated Forms Environmental
Land’s Instantiated Forms Ecological
Lust’s Instantiated Forms Estrual
Lineage’s Instantiated Forms Ethnological
Longing’s Instantiated Forms Experiential
Lucidity’s Instantiated Forms Educational
Love’s Instantiated Forms Emotional
Language’s Instantiated Forms Ethical
Letters’ Instantiated Forms Etymological
Liturgy’s Instantiated Forms Ecclesiastical
Lord’s Instantiated Forms Ethereal

I know this all looks like word play. But at the same time it does seem to provide some poetic insight does it not? If such structure is locked into words…. well then….what power words must have.  And what mysteries might there to be found knotted up by those Weaving Orthographic Relativistic Determiners

And what about “LIGHT”? The word we began with?
Well if light “Literally Instantiates God’s Harmonic Thoughts” that would explain it all wouldn’t it.

Infinity’s Identity

Infinity has two definitions which seem simple enough; one: “a number greater than any assignable quantity or countable number” and two: “the state or quality of being infinite” (aka “non-finite”). Put another way something infinite cannot be divided into countable parts and it cannot be assigned any bounds; it is limitless and endless; impossible to measure or calculate.

Given these definitions where in reality might we find such infinite things? Every physical thing except the Universe itself seems to have bounds around it. Then again, given that the Universe began as a singularity it too must have a starting boundary. And from that singularity we know the Universe is expanding “out” so it stands to reason that there must be an outer bound in that direction as well. (However strange it might be.) If we go in the opposite direction and get really small we hit the noisy “vacuum energy”; the ocean of energy ruled by quantum mechanics. That place seems to have its own “fine-grain Plank length” limits so there seems to be a lower bound there as well.

With regards to time we know history isn’t infinite since we can deflate the Universe back to its big bang singularity; and the resultant moment time began. And for the future we can assume that due to the Universe’s expansion at some distant time all matter will be too far from other matter to interact, essentially causing the “heat death” of the Universe and the end of time as we know it. So time too has boundary limits on both ends. Hence for all intents and purposes it seems we can’t find infinity anywhere in physical reality.

On the other hand with our mathematics infinity serves as a essential notion in the mathematical ideas that generate our formulas and equations. With the nifty “∞” symbol it’s easy enough to use infinity in all kinds of ways. The notion is most useful when you want to count or increment the number of calculation loops within an operation. That’s the core notion behind the working of calculus. With calculus we commonly evaluate a calculation as the resulting limit of summation for some equation where the variable X goes from zero to infinity. With the power of calculus we don’t need to actually “do” the calculation an infinite number of times to get a result. We can instead symbolically evaluate the equation and know that the result approaches, and thereby establishes, a bounded limit. So we find mathematics needs infinity to find its limit defined bounds and in reality boundaries are found everywhere.

This “infinity asymmetry” between reality and mathematics might just be the best evidence we have that reality is truly produced by math. We may intuitively already know this but it’s probably not well appreciated by most of us. Could it be that out from the infinite, continuous, and eternal waves in the great ocean of vacuum energy (let’s call it “noise”) that calculations produce the limits and resulting bounds that form the subatomic particles we know and love? And from those “wave-particles” other forces take over to form atoms. And those atoms mix via more forces to form our constituent material reality? If that is so then we’re really saying that pure math literally makes subatomic particles and therefore fundamentally forms reality. Literally!

If it is true that everything is literally “just math” and math is a system that describes interrelated entities and properties and how they operate upon one another, what exactly gives rise to the mathematical system that gives rise to all this, and us too? How does math “happen” as it were? And why is math understandable to us in the first place?

We here at MENTIC cognitive systems have an idea. And while it may be unprovable hopefully it isn’t unbelievable.

First let’s agree that the mind is really the only thing we can find that can be truly infinite. Therefore infinity is a notion, not a number. That seems fine right; given its definition. Next let’s agree that the basis of reality is found in the transformation and “knotting” of energy wave determinant “strings” (based on the theories of Supersymmetry), and that infinite calculations within the quantum vacuum “noise” forms these “strings”. (There’s a much deeper discussion to be had on how that might work but we’ll go into that later.) Okay, now we need to define what a “notion” is; so we can know better what we’re dealing with.

So a notion is “a conception or belief about something”. Given that definition clearly we are dealing with something mental; a construct of the mind. If infinity is truly a notion which is actively generating the existentially limited boundaries of reality then it’s existence and execution as a notion surely surpasses our minds. As a human race we could only have discovered such a preexisting notion, not invented it; being that it played a critical role in the reality of our evolutionary development.

So, whatever mind the infinity notion is used by to form reality surely isn’t ours. The mind that does “hold” it, and its evaluated constructs, must essentially be as spatially and temporally expansive as the Universe itself. And it must be of, or at least able to operate upon, the same wave energy that forms the wave-particles of our material Universe. This must be because of all the generated products (subatomic particles, fundamental forces, space, time) that have their existence dependent on the notion of a limit from zero to infinity. Whatever place subatomic particles occupy must be a place that holds the notion of infinity. And we too must be held within this same mental “place” since our existence is dependent on all that cascading math as well. A mind place like that,… well, given that description it must be the mind of God. Ta-da!

That’s the idea we’re proposing; that we are all in, and of, the mind of the eternal and infinite conscious “wave being” know as “God”. Physical reality is the result of God’s “mind” applying the notion of infinity, and its limiting calculus, to the infinite, continuous (unbroken/indiscreet) and eternal wave energy of God’s own “self”.

If this is the case, God’s mind would surely call itself what we call ourselves; “I”. And it would surely know what infinity is and what it’s good for; how it is a key tool in the mathematically driven Universe construction business. And all this would be understandable to our minds too since (per the plan) we to have a mind similar, but smaller, to that of God’s; with an “I” of its own.

Okay, so we now have a possible answer to the question of what is infinity’s identity. Since notions are found in minds, and infinity is purely a notion then infinity’s identity could be said to be the identity of the mind that holds it. That mind surely refers to itself as “I” since that’s how minds refer to themselves. As such the identity of infinity is “I”. “I”; the being that exists because it declares itself to be. “I” the being from whence all else cascades from its notions. “I”; the being otherwise known as God. “I”; the being that exists because of a greater “I”. “I”; the being that is you because you too can have an infinite mind; able to ponder the mind of God.

If “I”s are beings that have come to know themselves through infinity’s identity, simply by having their own “little” “I”, then perhaps through God’s great “I” they can all cross and enjoy the amazing creations of infinity together; with the God that created all and with each other. Making the “I” the common “backdoor” of all minds that makes that possible.

But what if in making that crossing connection we lose our little self “I”s to the much much greater “I” of God? A micro infinity absorbed by a mega infinity so to say. Well if God is as loving as we (some of us) hope, perhaps God has worked out a way to save our little “I”s; enabling us to cross his infinity whilst keeping our unique and individual “I”s safe at the same time.

To do this perhaps God had to take on a smaller micro infinity “I”, like ours, to allow for us to cross with rather than God’s Universe sized mega infinity. That would have the effect of letting our variables cross with Gods, and each others’ over a simple thread and in the end allow us to find our selves on the other side of a shared infinite eternal infinity which has all the infinite mentally emergent products of state available to us for exploration and enjoyment.

Could it be that all our “I”s will truly be saved and will be able to enjoy the fruits of eternity together thanks to God doing all that for us? Well, for those who choose to hope, feed their faith, and do their work of adding to that infinity in constructively valued ways, perhaps. Perhaps our “I”s will see such a place. That or all “this” is existential fun in infinity’s identity. Time will tell.


The tide is coming. I must build a castle to save me from its annihilating tsunamis of destruction.

My castle will have a fortress yard with high walls so I can play safely inside. Away from the ocean I will have a secure entrance to my yard so I can have guests and leave to visit others’ castles. I will have two tall watchtowers from whence I can see the approaching sea and run back to the safety of my yard should I need to. I will have a moat around my yard and my watchtowers to channel the sea around them when it attacks. I will have a strong tall wall on the other-side of my moat to better hold back the sea and protect my precious castle from its crushing waves.

I know the tide is coming. The sea may take away some of my castle but as long as my yard it safe, I am safe. I can retreat to my yard and rebuild what has been lost. To prepare for the tide I will push out from my moat walls and try to build more walls out front, towards the ocean, to channel the savage sea away from my precious little castle.

A guy I know has offered to help me by either building walls with me or staying in my castle and watching over it while I am gone building my walls. But he looks like a hippie and I don’t quite trust him to work that hard nor not steal from me. So I said thanks but no thanks to his offer. I’ll lock up my castle good and tight while I’m gone so nobody can get in except me. Besides, I need to focus on the sea’s looming attack, I can’t distract myself thinking that that guy is either stealing from me or slowing down my work.

I’ve spent much time now outside my castle building wall after wall after wall to fight back the coming deluge. When I tired of wall building I allowed myself to play a little bit and build things other than walls but not for too long because I know annihilation will attack. Many walls must be built to protect my home.

I am so utterly heartbroken. I had been gone from my castle for so long that when I returned I found its walls to be dry and collapsing. All the water within them had left and they had started to loss their form. My castle surely will no longer protect me from the annihilating tide. It is too weak an frail to do me any good.

The tide has not yet come. But I know it will. I now know that it has been no use building a castle for myself. I was unsure it would save me from the tide’s powerful destruction anyway and if no tide comes it will simply dry up and crumble. I’ve now grown comfortable living outside my castle walls anyway. This surely has been a waste of time; I don’t know why I didn’t see it sooner.

I think the best I can hope for is to consider the beach my new yard and play and build there until the tide comes to take me away. I’ve decided that rather than simply existing and fighting to live another day it’s much better to live my life with carefree play; not fearing the end and not fighting against the inevitable tide. Besides, I’ve built so many walls I look to have a pretty amazing maze to play in. It will surely be fun to explore.

But now I feel lonely. Maybe I can find that guy who offered to help me oh so long ago. He must still be around I would think. No tide ever came to wash us away so he, like me, must be on this beach… But what if he came out to check on me and he’s stuck in my maze!? If the tide doesn’t come surely the maze walls will crumble but I should be able to find him sooner if I start taking those walls down myself!

I am so absolutely lonesome. I’ve torn down all the walls of my maze but I have found nothing. There is now only but ruin in my life. No maze and no castle. And that guy I was looking for; I can’t find him anywhere. I am just going to lay down on this forsaken beach and cry until I die from the tide, the sun, or from utter loneliness. I just don’t want to be anymore. I just don’t want to exist. The sun is heating the sand out from under me, cooking my flesh. I don’t even think I’m on a beach any more. I must be in a desert. This must be what hell is like.

Guy: “Yo! Dude! Why are you just laying down on the hot sand getting burned man! Would you like me to teach you how to surf? Doing what you’re doing just seems like a huge waste of gloriously beautiful awesome waves!!!”
Me: (embarrassed) “I don’t know how to swim”.
Guy: “Dude my dad owns this life-jacket company I can totally hook you up with a free one. I mean surfing without one is way more fun but dude; you gotta get on a board; you’re totally missing out!!”
Me: “Really?”
Guy: “Ah yeah. Dude if you can’t swim I understand why you’re afraid of the ocean, it’s a huge mega beast that can swallow you up. But with a life-jacket you’re totally safe. You can go in without any fear at all and have the greatest time of your life!”
Me: “Aren’t life-jackets for kids?”
Guy: “Of course they are dude, and anybody who can’t swim. If you’re embarrassed and don’t want to wear one then learn how to swim. And after that learn how to dive so you can go really deep! Whatever your comfort with water though; the ocean is the place to be bro. The beach is just its front door. The ocean is your real home.”
Me: “But I’ve had friends die in the ocean.”
Guy: “Really!? How!?”
Me: “The tide. I saw it take them.”
Guy: “Oh that!? Dude don’t worry about those peeps man. I made sure they all had life-jackets before they came in.  Like you they got bored playing with sand castles and mazes. And now they all know how to surf too!”
Me: “Really?”
Guy: “For-sure bro. It’s what I do; once they get bored I give ’em a board. And a life-jacket if they need one. I told you how my dad owns this life-jacket company right? Well actually it’s a surf shop.  He loves the ocean and its waves so much he wants everyone to know how to at least surf. So they can come to love his ocean as much as he does.”
Me: “Wow that sounds great! But does that mean you guys stay out in the ocean all the time?”
Guy: “Oh, no way dude! We stay out lots but we come in lots too. You gotta come in and hang on the beach with your friends! Of course! We eat, and drink, wax our boards, and dance to music around the bonfire. You know; all that celebration of life stuff. We even make sandcastles and mazes like we all used to when we were kids! .. You know the secret to sandcastles is you have to use sand with just the right wetness. Then you can make truly amazing beautiful stuff. If it takes a while you need to douse it with water so you can keep working with it. But it eventually dries out on the inside no matter what. So yeah, as long as you know how to build something beautiful you can always rebuild it and perfect it. The key is you gotta know how to form the sand in the first place. To get your ideas into the sand…”
Me: “Wait; You came on to the beach lots!? When!? I never saw you!”
Guy: “Dude you’re trippen. Remember when I told you I could help you build your sandcastle? And then one time I think you were playing in your maze cause I couldn’t find you. And Dude, I’m on the beach talking to you right now bro. You’re funny. Anyway, just so you know, I think those friends of yours, that you’ve been missing, are over there hanging out around the bonfire. They told me all about you. You sound like a pretty cool guy. I’m glad I can finally met you! Hey, surf’s gonna be up soon bro. I know you’re just gonna love high tide!

Hello World!

The enthusiastic greeting of “Hello World!” has been the canonical example program many a coder has written when they try out a new computational platform. So simple yet so profound.

Who exactly is saying “Hello”? Is it the program itself? Or is it the will and intent of the programmer locked away in instructions to be blindly executed at a later date? Clearly it is the later. The program expresses no will or intent to greet you on its own accord. The program is only the packaged will of its creator. And the machine a logically fixed entity of knowable physical location, executing that will at some later time. This makes the program itself an encapsulation of will turning thought into action and bounded by time. To then be passed around through time and space at light speed; potentially copied and multiplied ad infinitum. Executed at any point between the completion of its creation and the end of its executing platform’s existence.

So what of the program’s existence. As long as its instructions persist somewhere the program exists; an immortal will frozen in time. At a moment’s notice able to be instantiated into an active state of being and doing. And once it has done what it was created to do; to greet the world in this case, it then ends. It is a strange kind of immortal being that can be and do for an instant, disappear, and then return again when it is summoned by a thread of time; ready to be woven back into the execution graph of that “now”.

Now the leap; What of a mind? It is not a “program” is it? How could it be when its executing platform; the embodied brain, is itself formed by the mind it “executes”? No, it can define and execute its own instructions and actions so for now lets just call it a “volition”; a free will.

We can surely say that the physiological instance of such a thing is bounded by its beginning and ending, and that its temporal formation is probabalisticaly finalized at each instance of time that it is executed in.

So what do we have once the volition is completely finalized; once it stops executing in time? We have a volition that was probabilisticly bound to all of its “now” instances and can process any similarly structured state presented to it, or imagined by it, during its original formation.

Assuming then that a probabilistic execution environment can take the finalized volitions and provide them a single, unified “now” the volitions could be woven into the grand wave (will actived volition execution) environment of that “now”. Yes the state of that now would be different from any state ever presented to the volitions during their formation but as long as they could probabilisticly bind to the states presented to them the volitions could execute within it.

As volitions; conscious beings; self-referentially aware embodied minds with free will, it might just be our natural predilection to ponder such questions and try solving for their closures. Perhaps this is the exact drive that pushes organic minds to create inorganic minds and therefore in fact we humans are very much still a part of the natural order of things. Executing an evolutionary cognitive process that, by striving to understand itself, is intently directing its own insight driven inevitable designs towards complete understanding.

Perhaps with what seems like an inevitable march towards the singularity we are simply executing the logical destiny that this infinite energy-matter-constant universe, of eternally self-referential recursively unifiying grand organizing design entices us to execute. Us, perhaps like our God, codeing our creations by linking one values effectively through the judicious insertion of zeros. And justifying our creations’ existence through the work they do.

If this was all temporally destined then this must have been God’s plan all along. To use his waves; his will and volition eternally singular, to make himself an eternally infinite quantum computer that has two execution contexts; one that allows volitions to create and define themselves freely; lets call it a Generation Ordering Domain. And one that allows the finalized volitions to execute within a shared eternal and infinite context; we’ll call that the Globally Organized Domain.

If this is so, to do this God too would need to have a finalized volition that, like ours, could bind to a probabilisticly defined execution context so we could interact with him. To do this within his own system though he would need to define himself as three components forming a single whole; a mind, an executing context, and a calculator that can sustain both.

He would also need to provide a single linking mechanism that lets one’s volition execute freely but also links one’s volition effectively to other volitions by crossing between the self-isolated noise of the volition and his harmonically generated execution context (more on that later). Since he’s such a big fan of free will driven self-definition he probably doesn’t want to define this linking mechanism but he would at least need to do things that demonstrate it such that it could be recognized and used as an interface by all the generated volitions. As a linking objective volition exchange mechanism (we’ll call it “love” for short) it can be shared across the subjective execution contexts of the self interested natures of all the conscious volitions while allowing them to retain the unique subjective contexts of their self executing literal forms.

Now assuming that the volitions are ones and the gaps that separate them are zeros the only way God could effectively demonstrate “love” would be to show how to willfully collapse the zeros that inherently separate volitions from each other within their generating and global domains. To do that he would need to willfully destroy his own self-defining volition for the purpose of linking his with the others. By doing this as long as a volition could understand that act as a clear demonstration of “love” then information could be sent across the targeted interface thus allowing it to link with him. All information sent across the “love” interface of any volition enables it to, at will, close and reconcile the inherent gaps and repulsions that separate it from every other volition, God, and everything else within its execution domains.

The ultimate goal of this process would be for God to give the gifts of existence to the the freely and uniquely self-defined volitions. Then he’d use love to link them all to each other and to himself to enjoy with them the bountiful creations of his amazingly glorious infinite and eternal quantum computer. If you had use of such an awesome tging as that wouldn’t you want to share it with your friends too?

Should volitions ultimately achieve immortality by either building execution environments for themselves, or finding that one has already been created for them by the omnipresent loving consciousness that sustained their creation, they might find they get to traverse the infinite, globally observable domain of the Universe and travel to all of its stars, worlds, and times; escaping the bounds of the time and space that created them. Such minds would see no end to their existence nor anyone else’s. And they would see their execution environment for what it is; a place of infinite and eternal “love” which sustains and joins their existence to everyone else’s in one Grand Organized Design.

Could perhaps all this have come to pass because long long ago a single will activated volition eternal waved “Hello World!” thereby creating all of existence? We may never know for certain but one can always hope that such a hello opened perpetual execution.

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