Cosmos from Chaos
What exists? Or in other words; what is constructible? What is possible, what cannot be refuted?
Self-pride declares itself possible, but that backfires; whereas the other three quanta are equally possible:
Poss D = poss S = poss T = D
Poss S = D ; maybe logic is absurd. Maybe everything is impossible. Maybe nothing exists! I doubt it; but nonetheless the possibility that nothing exists does itself exist.
I think it would be a shame if nothing exists; yet I also think it wonderful that maybe nothing exists.
Poss T = D ; maybe trust is possible. Maybe there is self-belief. Maybe necessity exists.
I call that an understatement. Self-necessity doesn’t just exist; self-necessity is necessary. Vanity is more than an entity; it’s a law.
Poss D = D ; maybe doubt is possible. Maybe the unexpected happens. Maybe there is chaos. Maybe wonders exist.
Thus existence, when not outright refutable, reduces to self-doubt. To exist is to be in a state of wonder, a paradox literally beyond belief. In short, a miracle.
The quantum of self-doubt is a meta-mathematical metaphor for a self-organizing, self-propagating system; it transcends stasis via a referential twist. Its inherent energy cannot be contained in a fixed stable form. At every stage its paradoxes prevent closure. Self-doubt is unstable and unreliable, and therefore irrefutable. It represents Chaos; natural anarchy, which exists if anything does.
The anarchy of nature undermines all power systems; arbitrary rules collapse, leaving only those rules which are truly necessary. Because self-doubt exists, self-trust is valid. Thus natural anarchy breeds natural law, paradox empowers order, and chaos creates cosmos.