Gerhard Grössing

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It is shown that the evolution of physics can in several regards be described by elements of "regression", i.e., that within a certain tradition of ideas one begins with the construction of most "plausible" statements (axioms) at hand, and then "works onself backwards" with respect to developmental terms. As a consequence of this strategy, the further work(More)
What defines an emergent quantum mechanics (EmQM)? Can new insight be advanced into the nature of quantum nonlocality by seeking new links between quantum and emergent phenomena as described by self-organization, complexity, or emergence theory? Could the development of a future EmQM lead to a unified, relational image of the cosmos? One key motivation for(More)
Highly nonlinear behaviour of a system of discrete sites on a lattice is observed when a specific feedback loop is introduced into models employing quantum cellular automata [1] or their real-valued analogues. It is shown that the combination of two operations, i.e. i) enhancement of a site's value when fulfilling a feedback condition and ii) normalization(More)
A simple model of macroevolution is proposed exhibiting both the property of punctuated equilibrium and the dynamics of potentialities for different species to evolve towards increasingly higher complexity. It is based on the phenomenon of fractal evolution which has been shown to constitute a fundamental property of nonlinear discretized systems with one(More)
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