M Files – Controlling the Balance

Principle of balance applied on information

The principles are indeed applied to everything. One very interesting and powerful thing is that the Balance principle applies to pure information, too.

There is no ideal world except one and that’s the entire world. By “ideal” I mean actually absolute, and one thing that is absolute must be everything, meaning that this ideal absolute world should also contain imperfection just to be absolute, and it does.

Spotting out the imperfection in a perfect system is a vital thing to do. There is no complete thing without imperfection, this goes from programming to philosophy. Understanding where the imperfection is gives so much more power to the part we consider perfect. For example, this theory in practice means that you must always search for mistakes in your own theories and be aware of them, never consider a thing perfect. It’s quite a paradox if you think of it, but the path to perfection is never-ending; you can’t reach perfection, you must only go towards it. If you reach it somehow, it just means you decided to ignore the imperfections over a certain level.

Everything around us is built out of information. From thoughts to matter. Yes, matter is also information because matter can be reduced to pure energy, and energy can end up the bearer of information that is built by information.

Controlling the information balance is probably one of the wildest things I ever researched, but I am confident such research is of great importance to understand many other things related–and even unrelated–to it.

3 Comments on “M Files – Controlling the Balance

  1. Well now that does and does not clear up much. I get what you are saying and this interests me greatly. It is an interesting insight to you and to the MagicDuel world.

    I do like watching others and seeing what they do and react to this is how i get to understand others and their habits so that I might better interact with them.

    I guess this is a habit some use to find a way to better do something. I use this was of learning to work with everything I do. 🙂

    Thanks again Mur; I enjoyed the read.

  2. *smiles and curtsies deeply to Mur*

    Thank you. You have strengthened my faith.

    You have put into words something i have been trying to put into words for several years now.

    I had thought to keep my thoughts on information systems and faith and hope separate. You made me realise that you can’t keep them separate if you would understand them fully. They must be combined.

    *grins* now i know who to go to with the more obscure philosophies and thoughts i have.

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