How the Physical World Impacts Different Objects

Vladimir N Romanenko, Galina Nikitina


Main properties of the Universe are studied from some general positions of system theory. The world is described as the manifold of different objects. All of them have hierarchic stricture. The Objects constantly interact with each other. There are three basic types of interaction between the Objects. These interactions are implemented through flows of substance with different nature. Three main types of these substance flows are known. They are: the flow of matter, the flow of energy and the flow of information. Each of them can be divided in a standard paire – inflow and outflow. The affectation of all these pairs changes the each Object. If this affectation is weak one can say the properties of different parts of the environment are only reflected on the Object. The animation matter has active reflection of its environment. The non-animated matter has only passive reflection. One can select two stages of reflection. The first one is the interaction environment-interface. The second one is interaction between the interface and the internal parts of Object. The rates of these two interactions are different. Some practical examples of different rates of interaction are described. These examples are connected with the process of solidification in the case of non-animated matter. There are two additional examples for animated matter too. They are connected with the chains of transformation of information.


Interaction; Substance; Interface; Affectation of environment; Reflection; Information; Memory; Knowledge

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