PROVISIONAL GLOBALMIND TITLE WORD DEFINITIONS IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE (including some relevant links) .

QUALITIES AND QUANTITIES OF CHAOTIC STATES : CHAOTIC CRITICALITY IN THE MODIFIED SEVENTH QUANTUM REALM , PREDICTABILITY METHODS AND RISK ASSESSMENT .

j. p. krol 23052005 1400 c.e.t. and 30052005

INTRODUCTION

In this essay some use of system theory terminology will be made. For easy orientation we will often use the individual human body as a frame of reference. The individual human body can be regarded as an isolated system . This system is composed of many identifiable parts (organs) that can be regarded as individual systems . But they would be sub-systems of the individual total human body. The subsystems themselves are also composed of many subsystem (cells) that are also composed of subsystems ( e.g. mitochondria etc.).
System .
An entity considered distinguishable from its surrounding with a presumed degree of internal order and a possible interaction with that surrounding.

TITLE WORD DEFINITIONS IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE (including some relevant links) :

DEF NO 1 .
Qualities (= types of ) .
e.g. In the individual human organism consider some sensory qualities.
These could for example relate to :
Vision - Hearing - Smell - Sensibility ( e.g. for touching the skin ) .
These can be considered examples of different qualities (different senses) in the human sensory system .
It could also be argued that different species different -individual- organic systems - = different life forms - , may have (additional systems of) different qualities e.g. the ability to fly , or live under sea . . at great depth . . . (etc.) .

 

DEF NO 2  .
Quantities ( = degrees of ) .
The qualities we have given as an example could also be
present or impaired in different degrees .
We could have: total ( e.g. maximal ) : deafness - blindness - inability to smell anything - insensitivity to touch .
We could also have partial ( e.g. minimal ) : deafness - (etc.) , with many degrees in between .
This impairment could be present at birth or could have been acquired later in life for various reasons ( e.g. accidents, specific diseases, operations , or ageing ) .
A large number of (e.g. neuropsychological) testing procedures have been developed tot assess the deviations in qualities and quantities of human organic systems . The author is a neuropsychologist himself . He has also been battling cancer for some five years now .

 

DEF NO 3 .
Chaotic.
See Google search results for : Definition chaos
e.g. 1 . A dynamic system that is extremely sensitive to its initial conditions.
e.g. 2.
In Chaos Theory
A name given to recent wide-ranging attempts to uncover the statistical regularity hidden in processes that otherwise appear random, such as turbulence in fluids, weather patterns, predator-prey cycles, the spread of disease, and even the onset of war. Systems described as "chaotic" are extremely susceptible to changes in initial conditions. As a result, small uncertainties in measurement are magnified over time, making chaotic systems predictable in principle but unpredictable in practice.

 

DEF NO 4 .
state(s) .
The internal variables without which a system could not exist or continue to exist (see: stable state).
Each variable may have different values but only within a limited range.
The average value of the variable in that range is considered to be the normal value for that variable.
When considering "life systems" (organic systems) as a separate class one very important characteristic is that such systems can take "corrective action" (e.g. see : relevant cognitive arousal) when the normal value of a relevant variable is disturbed.
Please note ! : We write State with a capital when a political system is meant (more) .
A State is one example of a state .

 

DEF NO 5 .
Chaotic criticality :
Chaotic criticality exists when a maximal number of conditions is reached where even a minimal event will cause total system collapse .

 

DEF NO 6 .
Modified seventh quantum realm
The area in the mind / brain system which is dominated by the choice between impossible odds (such as conflicting primary loyalties) .

 

DEF NO 7 .
Predictability methods
Search results for predictability methods
The global mind and the use of words
Globalmind definition of prediction

 

DEF NO 8 .
Risk assessment

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