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THE KEY WORLD LAW ONE MUST KNOW: AB REVERSIBILITY PRINCIPLE: Prime-Principle of the World

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PRIME-PRINCIPLE of the WORLD: A REVERSIBLE REALITY,
or All Processes are Reversible:
to Every Action There is a Reaction
A Crisis of the World is the Crisis of Linear Causality and Standard Thinking
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The World
Reversibility in Reality
Nonlinear World
Causal World
Reversible Causality
Complex Systems
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Computing World Ontologies
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• Master Principle of the World: Real Causality as Reverse Causation: X causes Y, and Y causes X For any two related changes, X and Y, the different possible relationships include: X causes Y (direct causation); Y causes X (reverse causation); X causes Y and Y causes X (bidirectional, cyclic causation or interactive causality); X and Y are consequences of a common cause, but do not cause each other; X and Y both causes Z, which is (explicitly or implicitly) conditioned on; X causes Z which causes Y (indirect causation); There is no real connection between X and Y; the causation is an empty correlation. What is Real Causality? Real causality means that X and Y are interrelated, causing each other simultaneously or separately, consecutively, successively in time and space. If X is causing a change in Y, it must be the other way around as well: Y is causing changes in X. In ecosystems, predator numbers affect prey numbers, then prey numbers, i.e. food supply, also affect predator numbers. In statistics, when two variables are found to be correlated, it might mean that one variable causes the other and vice versa (correlation implies mutual causation). In epidemiology, it’s when the exposure-disease process is reversed; In other words, the exposure causes the risk factor. In psychology, low social status causes schizophrenia, as much as schizophrenia causes downward social mobility. In economics, when high debt causes slow growth as much as slow growth causes debt to increase. In mass media, TV makes children more violent; that is, violent children like watching TV. In education, having innate ability enables one to complete an education; that is, completing an education builds one's ability. In human society, poverty is a cause of lack of education, and vice versa. In healthcare, smoking → depression and depression → smoking,... https://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/reversible-world

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THE KEY WORLD LAW ONE MUST KNOW: AB REVERSIBILITY PRINCIPLE: Prime-Principle of the World

1. 1. THE GLOBAL REVERSIBILITY LAW OF THE WORLD [THE LAW EVERYBODY MUST KNOW] AB UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLE [Abdoullaev-Baudrillard Principle of Reversibility of Reality] ALL THE WORLD IS REVERSIBLE “Everything in the World is Reversed, including the World Itself” EU, 2016
2. 2. AB PRIME PRINCIPLE: Everything is Reversed and Retroacted • AB Reversibility Principle states that • “Everything in the World is Reversed, including the World Itself” • AB REVERSIBILITY PRINCIPLE, or Abdoullaev-Baudrillard Principle of Reversibility of Reality, is a conditional name for the universal law of nature and the world of changing things, the universe of interacting entities. • AB Reversibility Principle is consistently advanced by Jean Baudrillard and Azamat Abdoullaev as the Principle of Reversion of All Processes, Retroaction of Any Action, or Inversion of all Changes. • AB Reversibility Principle is about the universal phenomena of a reversibility of things, the cause-effect reversibility, reversibility of causal order, the reversion of change-cause on change-effect. • AB Reversibility Principle, as a universal and necessary relationship, applies to all universal laws, as a reversibility of natural rules and physical laws. • “The Ultimate of Reality: Reversible Causality”, https://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Meta/MetaAbdo.htm • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Causality • Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev. REALITY, UNIVERSAL ONTOLOGY AND KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS: Towards the Intelligent World. IGI Global, USA, 2008; http://www.igi-global.com/book/reality-universal-ontology-knowledge- systems/859 Global Reversibility Principle of the World 2013-2016 All Rights Reserved
3. 3. ALL THE WORLDS ARE REVERSIBLE • REVERSIBILITY Orders the Universe into the World of Complex Systems, Systems of Systems: Atoms, Cells, Organisms, Cities, Societies, Earth, Solar System, Galaxy, the Universe: THE WORLD (THE UNIVERSE OF ENTITIES AND INTERRELATIONSHIPS); • <http://www.ontopaedia/World> • > • THE REALM OF NATURE (THE PHYSICAL UNIVERSE OF MATERIAL ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS); <http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature> • > • THE REALM OF MIND (THE MENTAL WORLD OF MENTAL ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS); <http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature/Mind> • > • THE REALM OF HUMAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE (THE SOCIAL WORLD OF SOCIAL ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS) <http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature/Mind/Society> • > • THE REALM OF TECHNOLOGY (THE ENGINEERING WORLD OF TECHNOLOGICAL ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS); <http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature/Mind/Society/Technology> • > • THE REALM OF INTELLIGENT AGENTS, KNOWLEDGE TECHNOLOGY AND SEMANTIC SYSTEMS; http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature/Mind/Society/Technology/IntelligentSystems> • > • THE INTELLIGENT CYBERSPACE (THE KNOWLEDGE WORLD OF INTELLIGENT ENTITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS); • http://www.ontopaedia/World/Nature/Mind/Society/Technology/IntelligentSystems/KnowledgeSociety/Cyberspa ce>… • Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev. REALITY, UNIVERSAL ONTOLOGY AND KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS: Towards the Intelligent World. IGI Global, USA, 2008; http://www.igi-global.com/book/reality-universal-ontology-knowledge- systems/859 • http://eis-suo.tripod.com/USECS.pdf The World Ladder: Being, Existence > Entity, Thing. Global Reversibility Principle of the World 2013-2016 All Rights Reserved
4. 4. AB UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLE The Ultimate of Reality: Reversibility • This reversibility of causal order – the reversion of cause on effect, the precession and triumph of effect over cause – is fundamental. You might call it primordial, fatal and original. It is the reversibility of destiny. It somehow represents a mortal danger, precisely because it leaves no place for chance (chance can only be deduced, a contrario, on an order of causality). • This is why our system, essentially Western, has replaced it with another precession, that of the cause to the effect, and more recently with the precession of models, the precession of simulacra to things themselves, whose apparition they conjure up in a different mode. • Precession against precession – we need to see the challenge that opposes the two orders. There is no place for chance here, that is, for a neutral and indeterminate substance. • The world is Manichean; in it two orders are absolutely opposed. Nothing is determined, but everything is antagonistic. This is why we have to go much further than a simple crisis of causality. • Jean Baudrillard. Fatal Strategies. New York: Semiotext(e), 1999:162. • Until now, reversibility has in effect remained metaphysical...But it may now be in the process of disturbing the physical order and shaking it to its very foundations. With it disappears the rational principle that prevents the effect from turning back on the cause to cancel it out; it prevents the effect from being the cancellation of the cause – or prevents there never having been causes, but a pure and simple chain of effects. • Reversibility kills any determinist (or indeterminist) principle of causality in ovum, in the egg. And when I say 'in the egg', I mean it in the sense of the riddle of the chicken and the egg – which comes first? - the famous aporia of causal linkage; even the causal order does not escape parodic circularity which is somehow the revenge of the reversible order. • This distortion of causes and effects, this mysterious autonomy of effects, this cause-effect reversibility, engendering a disorder or chaotic order (precisely our current situation: a reversibility of reality [le réel] and information, which gives rise to disorder in the realm of events and an extravagance of media effects), puts one in mind, to some extent, of Chaos Theory and the disproportion between the beating of a butterfly's wings and the hurricane this unleashes on the other side of the world. http://www.frihost.com/forums/vt-14372.html • “The Ultimate of Reality: Reversible Causality” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Causality Global Reversibility Principle of the World 2013-2016 All Rights Reserved
5. 5. AB UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLE: REVERSIBLE WORLD: A Hidden Universe • We live in the World, W, unifying a Common Universe, U, with its complement, a Reversible Universe, U’, guided by Reversible Causation, which is still the biggest enigma and hidden knowledge for the most of us. • From all points of views, there is an urgent need in recognizing the universality and necessity of Reverse Causality, the reversing principle of causes and effects; for forward and backward causation together produce everything that comes into existence, determining the consistence and order of the Ever Changing World. • In understanding of the physical universe, a decisive role is to be played by the convertibility of physical forces due to Reverse Causality: a physical Theory of Everything that aimed to unify all the fundamental forces will involve the idea of inverse causality taking the physical processes to run in operation backward as forward. • The world is becoming active because it produces reversible processes, and reversible processes organize the world. • Abdoullaev, A. (2008). What Determines the World: Causality as the Life-or-Death Relationship. IGI Global; http://www.igi- global.com/bookstore/chapter.aspx?titleid=28314 • Abdoullaev, A.,The Ultimate of Reality: Reversible Causality: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Meta/MetaAbdo.htm • The Baudrillard Sphinx asks: “What if even physical laws, the surest guarantee of the effect of irreversible causality in the universe, are slipping so gently into the reversible?”. • Reversibility, or Nonlinearity, refers to the fact that effect and cause are mutually connected, so that small changes in critical variables can lead to disproportionate changes in the system structure, properties, and behavior. • This reversibility of causal order, the reversion of cause on effect, the precession and triumph of effect over cause -- is fundamental..... • “This is the definition of fate: the precession of the effects over their very causes. So all things happen before having happened”. • Fatal Strategies Global Reversibility Principle of the World 2013-2016 All Rights Reserved
6. 6. AB UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLE: The Butterfly Effect: Vicious Circle, Avalanche effect, Behavioral cusp, Cascading failure, Chain reaction, Domino effect, Fractal, Positive feedback, Ripple effect, Snowball effect, etc. • The butterfly effect is about the inherent nonlinearity of causality, causation and simple or complex causal system: that small causes can have large effects. Initially, it was used with weather prediction but later the term became a metaphor used widely, in and out of science. • In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state (the iterated points will become arbitrarily spread out from each other starting from any of various arbitrarily close alternative initial conditions on the attractor). • It is close to such phenomena as Vicious Circle, Avalanche effect, Behavioral cusp, Cascading failure, Chain reaction, Domino effect, Fractal, Positive feedback, Ripple effect, Snowball effect, etc. • As an example, a cascading failure in a system of interconnected parts where the failure of a part can trigger the failure of successive parts, including power transmission, computer networking, finance, human bodily systems, engineering systems or infrastructures such as water supply, transportation, fuel and power stations, bridges, etc. • In mass culture, the butterfly effect is a metaphor that insignificant events and moments might alter history and shape destinies, creating the threads of cause and effect that appear obvious only in retrospect, changing the course of a human life or rippling through the global economy or weather . • The butterfly effect is prevented by inverse causality, negative or viscous effects, damping out small perturbations, tending to counterbalance things, making complex systems predictable and the world comprehensible - that everything has a reason, and that we can identify all those reasons, however small they may be, and that cause and effect still dictates how scientists should understand many systems, from subatomic particles to storms, from cells to society. • E. Lorenz, 1972, "Predictability: Does the Flap of a Butterfly's Wings in Brazil Set Off a Tornado in Texas?" Global Reversibility Principle of the World 2013-2016 All Rights Reserved
7. 7. AB UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLE: All Social World is Reversible • Evidence of AB Law is found in such diverse subject fields as Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Psychology, Education, Economics, Politics, Multimedia Technology, Communication, Computing, Medicine, Culture Studies, Business, Engineering, Archeology, and Sociology. • The examples and cases of such reversible relationships are as different as follows: • global risks, warfare and natural disaster; • exercise and fitness; • parent’s relationships and parental relations; • population’s IQ and nation’s wealth (or poverty); • R&D expenditures and patents applications; • poor health and productivity; trade and exchange rate volatility; • innovation and productivity; • investment and labor; • public policy and competition; • (managerial) ownership and leverage; • majority electoral system and two-party system; • taxes and migration; • poverty and knowledge; • inflation and money supply; • project and plan; • care work and employment; • governance and economic growth; • military expenditures and growth of output; • corruption and economic performance; investment and corruption; economic fundamentals (growth, interest, and inflation rates) and asset prices; market prices and investor expectations; human perception and the market reality; nationalism and modernism, etc. • Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev. REALITY, UNIVERSAL ONTOLOGY AND KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS: • Towards the Intelligent World. IGI Global, USA, 2008; http://www.igi-global.com/book/reality-universal-ontology-knowledge- systems/859 Global Reversibility Principle of the World 2013-2016 All Rights Reserved
8. 8. AB REVERSIBILITY PRINCIPLE: ALL GLOBAL RISKS ARE REVERSED • Economic Risks • Unmanageable inflation or deflation • Chronic labor market imbalances • Prolonged infrastructure neglect • Hard landing of an emerging economy • Environmental Risks • Unprecedented geophysical destruction • Persistent extreme weather • Antibiotic-resistant bacteria • Geopolitical Risks • Entrenched organized crime • Widespread illicit trade • Unilateral resource nationalization • Societal Risks • Vulnerability to pandemics • Rising religious fanaticism • Mismanagement of population aging • Unmanaged migration • Rising rates of chronic disease • Technological Risks • Massive digital misinformation • Unintended consequences of new life science technologies • Unintended consequences of climate change mitigation • Unintended consequences of nanotechnology • Failure of intellectual property regime • Irremediable pollution • Mismanaged urbanization • Persistent extreme weather • Critical fragile states • Pervasive terrorism • Entrenched corruption • Backlash against globalization • Food shortage crises • Unmanaged migration • Cyber attacks • Massive digital misinformation • Massive incident of data fraud or theft • Chronic labor market imbalances • Land and waterway use mismanagement • Prolonged infra–structure neglect • Extreme volatility in energy and agriculture prices • Severe income disparity • Unforeseen negative consequences of regulations • Major systemic financial failure • Unsustainable population growth • Critical systems failure • Global governance failure • Rising greenhouse gas emissions • Chronic fiscal imbalances • Mismanagement of population aging • Failure of diplomatic conflict resolution • GLOBAL RISKS MAP 2012. Source: World • http://reports.weforum.org/global-risks-2012/#= Global Reversibility Principle of the World 2013-2016 All Rights Reserved
9. 9. AB REVERSIBILITY PRINCIPLE: Global Peace and Violence • The Global Peace Index Records a Historically Less Peaceful and More Unequal World • The 2016 Global Peace Index (GPI) shows the world became less peaceful in the last year, reinforcing the underlying trend of declining peace over the last decade. Results also show a growing global inequality in peace, with the most peaceful countries continuing to improve while the least peaceful are falling into greater violence and conflict. • The 2016 GPI report provides a comprehensive update on the state of peace. It shows that amidst the global deterioration the world continues to spend enormous resources on creating and containing violence but very little on peace. The key to reversing the decline in peace is through building Positive Peace - a holistic framework of the key attitudes, institutions and structures which build peace in the long term. • The economic impact of violence on the global economy in 2015 was \$13.6 trillion in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms. This figure represents 13.3 per cent of the world’s economic activity (gross world product) or \$1,876 for every person in the world. • To put this in perspective, it is approximately 11 times the size of global foreign direct investment. • Source: GPI 2016 http://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/resource s/GPI%202016%20Report_2.pdf Global Reversibility Principle of the World 2013-2016 All Rights Reserved
10. 10. AB REVERSIBILITY PRINCIPLE: GLOBAL ECONOMY IS REVERSIBLE • Any developed economy is a system of interrelated economic categories where causation runs in opposite direction as much as forward. Being an element of a complex nonlinear causal system, the wealth growth becomes the cause of changes in technology, labor and financial markets, government policies, labor force, the supply of capital, inflows of investment, general domestic product growth, and export growth. • Therefore, all economic influences are both the causes and the effects of economic development (or backwardness). • In a nonlinear dynamic system, as a modern economic system is, each factor becomes crucial, as an official corruption, mal-administration and government incompetence may result in a dismal decay of a whole social system. • The modern economy is a REVERSIBLE network of the wealth-influencing factors, variables, or causes: • natural resources, • raw materials, • labor force, • machinery, • capital investments, • the fertility of land, • the money supply, • the rate of interest on money, • inflation rate, • government expenditure/ borrowing, • rules or breach of law, • rate of population growth, • trade, • rate of scientific development, • rate of technological advance, • political stability (the conditions of war or peace) Global Reversibility Principle of the World 2013-2016 All Rights Reserved
11. 11. AB REVERSIBILITY PRINCIPLE: Economy is Reversible • Circular economy of the technology revolution is to enable resource productivity by the causally reversing processes of recycling, remanufacturing and reusing, the base of new eco-sustainable smart and green nonlinear circular economy. • In a circular economy, causes-inputs and effects-outputs are transposed, one system’s waste is another system’s input, and the aim is to maximize the total utility from the products and materials in use. • Inverse, Reversed, or Circular economy provides multiple value-creation mechanisms decoupled from the consumption of finite resources and resting on 3 principles:  Preserve and enhance natural capital  Optimise resource yields by reversing its using, circulating products, components and materials in use  Foster system effectiveness by revealing and designing out negative externalities, as water, air, soil, noise and information pollution; climate change; toxin; congestion and negative health effects. • 3 principles of circular economy translates into 6 business actions: Regenerate (reclaim, retain, restore, return), Share (reuse, prolong), Optimize (increase performance, remove waste, leverage new teechnologies and business models), Loop (remanufacture, recycle, digest, extract), Virtualize (things and services), and Exchange (replace, apply, chose new products/technologies/services), as the ReSOLVE framework. • As an example, ,Europe is the world’s largest net importer of resources at EUR 760 billion a year, of which 60% are fossil fuels and metal resources. • The European economy, as the whole world economy, creates a structural waste in all key sectors, primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary, operating in a linear take-make-dispose resource model generating significant waste. • It is predicted that replacing the linear resource-wasting economy with the reversible circular economy is to make the next major European political economy project after establishing the internal market. • Growth Within: A Circular Economy Vision for a Competitive Europe. McKinsey Center for Business and Environment, 2015 Global Reversibility Principle of the World 2013-2016 All Rights Reserved