Memuon: A Definition

What is that mysterious memory “particle” memuon? According to memoidealism our Universe has Memory (*) and therefore, its memory has to be composed from memory entities. These entities are called memuons and they can be represented as numbers (some extreme interpretation can be that memuons are numbers, similar to metaphysics of Pythagoreanism). There can be “heavy” memuons (for example, represented by a number that is a 64 TB memory dump; for dumps as numbers see the discussion about memorillions) and the “light” ones (for example, represented by a byte value numbers). There are no 2 distinct memuons with the same number representation. There is infinite amount of memuons and all of them can be put into a “Memorized” relation and ordering, for example:

M1 Σ M2 Σ M3 Σ … 

where the state of M1 can be memorized by M2, the state of M2 can be memorized by M3 and so on (**). Only memuon states can be memorized in other memuons. Memorization is not an inclusion, containment or aggregation. But any given memuon can be memorized many times and their memorized states will be identical when represented by numbers. For any given memuon the number of states of other memuons it can memorize is bounded. This is consistent with computer memory and its saving semantics, for example, we can save 8 bytes in a qword.

(*) Strong Memoidealism postulates that our Universe is Memory, the so called Memory Universe Hypothesis (MUH); see also EPOC hypothesis for Multiverse.

(**) Σ is 90° counterclockwise letter M.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ + -

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