Creative Undecidability of Real-World Dynamics and the Emergent Time Hierarchy

FQXi Essay Contest 2019-2020 “Undecidability, Uncomputability, and Unpredictability” (2020)
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The unreduced solution to the arbitrary interaction problem, absent in the standard theory framework, reveals many equally real and mutually incompatible system configurations, or "realizations". This is the essence of universal dynamic undecidability, or multivaluedness, and the ensuing causal randomness (unpredictability), non-computability, irreversible time flow (evolution, emergence), and dynamic complexity of every real system, object, or process. This creative undecidability of real-world dynamics provides causal explanations for "quantum mysteries", relativity postulates, cosmological problems, and the huge efficiency of high-complexity phenomena, such as life, intelligence, and consciousness, giving rise to extended applications, far beyond the critical limits of usual science paradigm.

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Andrei P. Kirilyuk
Institute of Metal Physics, Kyiv, Ukraine (Alumnus)


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