Our purpose is to explore alternative, unconventional paradigms in an effort to free ourselves of the current restrictive and inadequate Dogma. We are currently looking into the Nature of Time and Mind from a computational and information/matter duality perspective and welcome any suggestion that, twisting the words of words of Wolfgang Pauli, "might even be wrong."

"In the same way, the world is not the sum of all things that are in it. It is the infinitely complex network of connections among them. As in the meaning of words, things take on meaning only in relationship to each other."

Paul Auster (The Invention of Solitude) quoted in Information Flow

"It would be an unsound fancy and self-contradictory to expect that things which have never yet been done can be done except by means which never have yet been tried."

Francis Bacon Novum Organum VI

(These are very dated, but contain ideas that have seeded the current thinking.)

Forbidden Symmetry

Some Musings about Time

An Information Theory Approach to Life -- by Stephen Paul King

Time1 by Lord Sludge

Time as a Category by Mark Hopkins

Time by Robert Fung

Time and Presymplectic mechanics and the Heisenberg view of quantum spacetime by Carlo Rovelli

An Algebra of Bisimulation


Click here for the Key Conceptual Papers


Links to Reference Papers

Measurement in Quantum Theory

What is Information?

Quantum information: How much information in a state vector?

No Information Without Representation

Quantum Teleportation

What are the "real numbers," really?

Hermitian notes

Chu Space

Fisher Information & Frieden references

Other Minds Problem

Godel's Incompleteness Theorem

The Kochen-Specker Theorem

Maxwell's Demon

Fuzzy Logic links

John Baez's N-Category Theory

            Evolution, Interaction, and Intelligence, by Dina Goldin and David Keil

Eric's Big Book of Mathematics

Illustrations of Time's Arrow

Other papers of interest



Important Links

The Metasciences Academy


Hitoshi Kitada's Home Page

Christopher Sunami’s Fractal Metaphysics page


Ceptual Instiute James N. Rose et al


David Woolsey's Page


Peter Wegner: Interactive Computing


Welcome to Mostly Physics Robert Fung


Bill Eshelman's Page (Many Worlds & Infinite Products)

Prof. Koichiro Matsuno's page

Avshalom C. Elitzur's Page

Arkadiusz Jadczyk's Webspace

Toshihiko Ono's web page

Harold J. Ruhl's Home Page

The Impressionist Theory of Everything Doug Gill

Richard Shoup publications

Dr. Paul Marmet, Research of Fundamental Principles of Physics

The Free Lance Academy


James T. Wheeler's page

Process Physics

Virtual Think Tank

Information Mechanics (Dr. Frederick W. Kantor)

Ben Goertzel (Dynamical Psychology)

Topological Geometrodynamics (P-adic physics)

Autopoiesis Resources by Kent D. Palmer, Ph.D.

Fundación Carl Gustav Jung de Psicología Analítica (Synchronicity)

"Promoting C.G. Jung's pioneer work in all areas of knowledge".

Tony Smith's WWW Home Page


Links to peoples and ideas


Ghostscript, Ghostview and GSview (viewer for postscript files)

Yours Truly


    "The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery every day. Never lose a holy curiosity."

Albert Einstein

Please direct all rants, raves, paper submissions, and questions to stephenk1 at charter.net (replace symbols and spaces with appropriate ones) 

 "Time exists because everything can not happen at once."


No time, gotta go....

                                                               (a nice cartoon from Roger Bagula)

"Time is an indefinite desire to reach the balance that only
the Universe [in itself] has."

Hitoshi Kitada