"Man — Universe" as a prototype for mutual mapping
"So living processes and virtual-reality renderings are, superficial differences aside, the same sort of process"
Human thought and its interaction with the surrounding world are examples of mutual mapping based on biotechnology and not electronic computers.
In our consciousness, we create (Man.Matrix), a "reflection" of the real world (Man.Universe), and the role of human mmizer — the Man.Mirror — is carried out by the brain.
Decades after computers emerged, great minds aspired to create a computer system (like "Artificial Intelligence", etc.) which can manage the organization better than a human being.
Life is the process of transferring changes between the physical world and its reflection in an individual’s mind; the model Universe in the Man.Matrix consciousness constantly assimilates information, received through the human senses (the external input sensors of the brain-mmizer).
Where "dia$par" came from?
It is named in tribute to Diaspar city from the science-fiction story "The City and the Stars" by Arthur Clarke (1956).
Brilliant foresight of an outstanding British science-fiction writer, scientist and engineer, became an ideological foundation and a source of inspiration for dia$par creation.
In the reverse direction, the Universe is changed through human actions, which are first imagined in human consciousness ("realized" in the virtual Man.Matrix), then replicated in physical reality through the external output channels of the mind-mmizer: moving limbs, emitting sound waves and smells, changing external appearance, etc.
According to Plato, what is called a cybernetic image of the organization in mutual mapping is, on the contrary, actually it's genuine ideal original, its 'eidos', or organization's 'soul' in its actual meaning.
Psychological "deviations from the norm", from the point of view of mutual mapping, are caused by:
a) abnormal functioning of external sensors (for example, color-blindness or deafness);
b) significant differences between the typical homo sapiens" "Model Universe" and an individual’s;
c) physical malformations in the bio-mmizer;
d) a combination of all the above.
Through the prism of mutual mapping, the irrationality of reductionist efforts to research consciousness (the soul) through the brain becomes clear: dissecting the biological computer, we can (in the best scenario) understand the construction of the bio-mmizer, not consciousness itself — the Man.Matrix — in which the "reflection" of the universe resides.
A biological analogy for dia$par 2019 is a living cell, the simplest organism which appeared during the planet’s infancy around 4 billion years ago.
Despite this, the cell was built completely and complexly enough to be the first step in life’s evolution.
On the other end of which is mankind.