Biosophy axioms and statements

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Biosophy axioms and some statements

By Sophia Smithe



Biosophy is built on axioms, statements, codes, equations, and definitions that can be run on computers. Here, unorganized statements (as in computer programming language) are listed to build the biosophy software. These will not be perfect and compatible to each other for a long time. In other words, if we press the run button with all these statements, the computer will produce many bug reports and the biosophy algorithm would not execute. The task of biosophers is to code and debug biosophy.








Existence in the universe is composed of two things. One is energy and the other is information.

Life is a set of switches.

There is no static existence that can be precisely defined in the universe.

The universe is an axiomatic system. However, the instances are not predefined by precise rules that are axiomatic.

Axioms are not created.

Axioms and their derivatives are 100% fair and exact.

Paradoxes do not exist in the universe. (Seemingly existing paradoxes will be ironed out by computers)

The universe is in perfect equilibrium at any time whether it is relative or not. (re. relative time).

There is no real existence, but only perception exists.

Existence is a definition for a static object.

Without perception, absolutely static object invalidates its own existence.

Existence is a relative term to perception.

Perception only occurs through time 'ticks'. (switching)

Constant static (regular) change is the essence of the universe.

The atom of state change brings the atom of information.

There is no fate. However, there are principles that constitute precise state changes (fates in the past, parafate for the future).

There are two realities. Hard relities and soft realities.

Hard realities do not exist or it is not important whether any hard reality really exists or not.
Hard realities are illusions or models. It is a concept.
Physical world is a hard reality, it is defined that way.
Soft realities exist.
Soft realities include perception, models, mathematical principles, and evolutionary rules.
Soft realities are all based on information processing.
Soft realities can exist as there is no absolute reason why it should exist in reality.

There is an infinite number of soft realities. The first one is the concept 'hard reality'.

Reality is a conceptual term that is does not bring efficiency or convenience to exisitence.

In biosophy, classic metaphysical debates are not necessary nor useful, unless they are computable.
Biosophy is a practical philosophy.

Biosophy is a computable philosophy.

If any philosophical concept can not be computed by contemporary computers, it needs to be further investigated, analyzed, or solved, i.e., debugged.

Biosophers think that the foundations of biology are to be found in logic and logical programming.

Monks dominated the world for a few thousands of years. Writers did after them. Scientists did that later. Programmers are the last.

The universe is a rather big program.

The universe is a big conscious imagination box that balances itself in energy, information, and time.

Time is a concept (not an object).

Evolution is a process. It has two parts. One is object (node) and the other is interaction (edge). The process of evolution is forming networks through the interaction of objects.

The atom of evolution is an interaction edge.

The most advanced philosophy humans ever made is UNIX (Linux). - Sophia Smithe.



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