At larger “Universe” levels, logic and common sense dictate that without constant knowledge accumulation and “processing”, everything should still be looping in a state of initial and eternal chaos.
Yet, clearly, it is not the case. While, admittedly, there is still remains a substantial amount of chaos, a lot has evolved and developed just since the initial chaotic particles of the first instants of our universe, for example. Yet, “in the beginning” there may seem to have been no mind or brain to accumulate and “process” (e.g. learn) knowledge. But logically again, there had to be, however primitive initially.
It seems clear and even obvious, to many, at least, that initial particles already had means to “learn”, share, and evolve, as they have. Astrophysicists and others have better tools to demonstrate exactly how the phenomenon occurs, as expressed, for example, in the works of French physicist Jean-Emile Charron (1920-1998), (See http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-%C3%89mile_Charon).
In fact, it seems logical to assume that something like internal particle photon spin organization could allow particles to accumulate, process, and share knowledge about their universe, and their own experience.
As well, it seems natural to assume that particles, which for the most part have been around since the initial beginning (e.g. start of the “Big Bang”) of the universe, have progressively “learned” to build ever more structured atoms, elements, components, cells, organs, beings, etc, developing entities that can increasingly address more complexity and, more specifically, consider and solve increasingly complex problems.
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