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Life Understands existence by constructing digital realities
Existence comprises everything there is, including nature, the cosmos, life, and all life’s constructions. The inanimate part of existence interacts within itself and with living things through analog processes. These processes are fully objective and determinate, but because they are analog they cannot be directly understood in terms of discrete objects.
Life is a unique part of existence. Through evolution, life has introduced space, time, and discrete objects into analog existence. These innovations let living things understand existence digitally and construct artifacts that would not otherwise exist, including themselves. Life’s additions to existence are digital and they constitute reality.
Understanding is a unique process that life has evolved. It digitizes existence into realities of objects, actions, categories, and patterns. The result, knowledge, is stored digitally in living things and in their genomes. The best way to analyze knowledge is through axiomatic set theory, not through the mathematical analysis of analog measurements.
Realities are parts of existence constructed digitally by living organisms, including by humans. We do not try to understand analog existence directly—we understand only the realities that we build from it. During four billion years of evolution, life has learned to digitize existence into discrete objects in time and space. The digital realities that we construct are all we know.
DR Theory explains how life converts analog existence into digital reality.
Digital reality theories are fascinating, but they can be difficult to understand. In his book, George Towner discusses digital reality theory accessibly so that more than just experts can become knowledgeable about it.
About George Towner
As an expert in logic and philosophy, Towner has always been interested in the workings of the mind. During the rise of computer technology, he moved his interests to information technology and worked at Apple for 35 years. Over the course of his work, he witnessed the evolution of technology and developed a new explanation of how computers understand reality.
Towner has since published multiple books, all with a single focus: to give people an accurate understanding of digital reality. If you’re ready to immerse yourself in set theory, compare the ways that computers and humans think, and learn how philosophy and epistemology are connected to the topic, purchase one of his digital reality books on Amazon.