Programming of Everything


Program is identified by giving a name to it.

Specific words are intended to name specific programs.

The true meaning of a word is the perception experienced from executing the program.

For example, Space is perceived by running program {Space}.

Light is experienced when program {Light} is executed to produce specific poxel waves in space.

Redness is perceived when program {Red} is executed.

{Apple} identifies a program that enables the concept ‘Apple-ness’ to be perceived.

Names of complex programs giving meaning to entities in creation include:

Cosmological objects: galaxy, planet, etc.

Physical matter: solid, liquid, gas, plasma, etc.

Biological systems: plant, animal, human, cell, etc.

Programs are used to define the meanings of abstract concepts.

The meaning of number, for example {2}, is perceived when a successor program is executed with 1 as the initial state.

{Mass} is a program that defines the inertia of an object to change its state of motion in space.

{Force} is a program that defines the cause for an object to change its state of motion in space.

{Heat} is a program that defines the dynamic property of a system.

{Energy} is a program that defines the capacity of a system to do work.

Other programs include the descriptive terms used in human languages. These programs allow the human mind to experience a wide range of thoughts, emotions, feelings, sensations, actions and interactions.

The evolution of human civilisation is marked by development of programs. The creation of each new word corresponds to the availability of a new program to the society where the word is used.

Programs are stored in the memory of the MS and can be identified and retrieved through the use of language.