The Self-Testing Hypothesis

The self testing hypothesis is a theory about communication and the relation between genes and memes. As demonstrated by quantum bioholography, the human organism is an expression-projection of the DNA code sequence. This means that all externalized, spatial projection structures are ultimately encoded in the genome. The externalized, spatial projection structure of the world is refracted through the lens of our epigenomic code sequence. The epigenomic encoding contains a precise memory-history of all ancestral events and occurrences. There is reason to believe that the DNA encoding contains highly accurate, precision video-like data on every detailed occurrence of ancestral memory.

The projection structure of external reality is encoded in the genome, and therefore the genome contains broad archetypal information about the 4-spacetime timeline trajectory of the human being. In other words, it contains information about the destiny-trajectory of the person. It contains all information about the person’s most sublime thoughts, wishes, and motivations.

Free will is always operant, it is the intrinsic capacity to draw resource modifications from the vacuum-plenum, zero point, scalar field. This free will is what epigenetically modifies the broad archetypal encodings of the genome projection structure.

The epigenome contains the whole 4-spacetime projection structure, the whole timeline trajectory of the person from birth until death, in broad archetypal meta/architectural encodings.

The self-testing hypothesis has to do with the idea that it also contains all possible 4-spacetime interactions. In other words the epigenome contains all 4-spacetime projection structures that exist on earth. Each time a new person is born, the epigenome is modified to include that 4-spacetime projection structure. So the epigenome of one person contains all 4-spacetime projection structures, at least in latent form. And it contains all the networked interactions between 4-spacetime projection structures, as a single coherent mathematical structure.

All of the networked interactions of 4-spacetime projection structures are contained in the epigenome, as a single meta-architecture code sequence.

The self testing hypothesis, concisely stated is as follows: communication is an mutual adjustment between individuals attempting to converge towards the most efficient compression of the epigenomic map of all networked interactions.

In other words, communication is an elaborate biosocial self-description. Each part of a communication interface is an attempt to embed the entire structure of all socially coordinated communication into a coherent sequence. Communication is an attempt to describe the whole. This is what philosophers have been doing since Socrates. The self-testing hypothesis is an empirical scientific hypothesis because it claims that the epigenome contains the map of the whole.

All communication has an inherent teleology. It tends towards the most efficient compression-mapping of the whole epigenome, the most efficient compression-map of all composite social interconnections. Take a tangible example of saying “hi” to a stranger. This act seeks to compress all of communication into a coherent single sequence. Take a discussion about geopolitics. The back and forth mutual adjustment and reciprocal feedback of differing opinions is an attempt to converge to an accurate mapping of aggregate world events. Take a discussion between scientific colleagues. The purpose of interaction is to arrive at a broader image, to get outside of your narrow subjective perspective with the input of new information. All of these kinds of conversation converge towards a more efficient mapping of the aggregate whole of all interactions.

And this is how the self-testing hypothesis relates to gene-meme interactions. Spatial extension is an externalized, bioholographic projection structure of the internal mathematical code structure of the epigenome. This means that all meme-expressions are spatial externalizations of this internal structure. A meme is simply a thought-structure that is shared and imitated in order to coordinate activity in distributed, decentralized way. But by the self-testing hypothesis, a meme is a externalized spatialized projection structure and mathematical encoding of the internal epigenomic code structure.

The most coherent, concise statement of the self-testing hypothesis is the following: a meme propagates through the social continuum based on how efficiently it maps the entire epigenomic interaction of all 4-spacetime structures.

The best memes are capable of coordinating large, distributed ensembles of people, because they capture the entire spectrum-gradient of possible interactions, and they transform and morph into variations and different interpretations. For this reason, memes have an inherent spiritual dimension. They seem to be influenced by a higher intelligence, because they blend past and future, or historical fact and predictive fiction. The most successful memes are an absolute equilibrium between past and future, and thus transcend time. The most successful memes predictively compress the entire map of coordinated social interactions for multiple generations of human activity.

These can no longer be considered merely memes, but religions. A religion is inspired by a higher intelligence for self organizing human beings into a spatially coordinated social organism.

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