A New Music of the Spheres

Kepler’s Mysterium Cosmographicum Dream realised with the Asynsis Constructal paradigm — a Relativity of Complexity?

NASA Solar System Survey Completed

To celebrate the completion of NASA’s survey of the solar system, we share a new Music of the Spheres, a complexity-led, Newtonian-Relativity compliant QED for the #AsynsisConstructal geometric-thermodynamics paradigm in both time and space:

  1. The relative sizes of all astronomical bodies throughout the universe is a Constructal distribution due to gravitational tension:

Researchers have explained why objects in the universe come in a wide variety of sizes, from the largest stars to the smallest asteroids — and it has a lot to do with how paint cracks when it dries. When a volume is under internal tension — as the early universe was due to gravity — the most efficient way to relieve that tension is by ‘cracking’ hierarchically — few large and many small.


2. Is the Hum a Music of the Spheres for our age? If confirmed, this appears to be more Asynsis-Constructal QED — more evidence (this time from celestial mechanics), that the emergence of Asynsis energy-resource optimal, analogical temporal-spatial geometries often and best describes Constructal irreversibility-thermodynamic behaviours in nature at all scales and time frames.


So the emergence of both the spatial scale and structure, coupled with the temporal stability of celestial bodies’ relative movements , appears to follow the AsynsisConstructal paradigm. 
So do we have a natural constant for emergence itself?
We would argue that the answer (in this pure “Pythagorean” case), would have to be a resounding “yes”.

“The logical conclusion is that feedback is present via perturbations…(that reveals energy minimisation and yields maximum (adaptive yet resilient), stability for the sun & planets as a complex dynamical system via a self-organised critical, poised-realm of universality).”


Kepler’s Mysterium Cosmographicum

~ by Asynsis on June 6, 2016.

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