The ideas of a multiverse originate from the strange world of subatomic particles. A particle living in a superposition of multiple quantum states involves the issue of its observability in the world of classical physics. In contemporary theories of cosmology, such considerations extend to the largest scales, bringing up the ideas of multiverse from the opposite perspective. Some alternative theories keep the idea of a conscious universe, initially proposed with the introduction of quantum physics. In philosophy, the ideas of a multiverse can be found dating back to ancient times.

In this article, we propose a scale-space approach to astronomical data analysis. In particular, the coupled system dynamics of a black hole and its host galaxy. We reflect on the co-evolution and collision dynamics of two spiraling galaxies. Triplet multiverses descriptors of the evolving merger dynamics are discussed.

Dynamics of evolving patterns information processing

Quantum information processing with stochastic resonances is based on scale-space wave information propagation. A coupled oscillator has been defined with a Lagrangian dynamics of information exchange. Quantum entanglement and information tunnelling represent two attributes of the scale-space wave function. Outside of the 4-dimensional space time, these structures considered in the 5-dimensional scale-space invoke an evolving triplet pattern synergism in the networked relations of complex systems.

In our view, the evolving dynamics of pattern formation by triplet codes apply stochastic resonances in animate and inanimate systems at different levels of complexity and expression. The scale-space descriptors have been shown in data analysis of various complex systems in physics and neuroscience.

Scale complexity and periodicity in triplet pattern synergism

We have studied triplet synergism from the perspective of algebraic numbers and group theories. Limit cases of triplet pattern synergies have been derived from the property of the scale-space wave function in preserving information about prime number distribution.

A nucleon of information is described with a minimal descriptor from the finite set of triplet codes. In limits, the polynomial complexity of motion in an information flow defines its relationship structure within an atomic element. The set of triplet codes provides a basis for the mathematical structure of group periodicity in scale.

Quadrupoles of galaxies' merger

At a binding frequency of information exchange, up- and down-scale waves resonate information within quadrupoles. The quadrupole carries information from two scale-space waves connected by stochastic resonance synergies. It clusters information content regardless of the polarity of energy or matter in the information flow, light or dark. Topological maps of coupled regions describe the synergistically partitioned information in a hierarchy of scales.

The scale-space data decomposition provides a tool to study the dynamics of evolution in pattern formation. A change in polarities of the quadrupole wave function indicates a change in topological element arrangement.

Complexity and periodicity in the scale-space decomposition are of special significance in the course of galaxies' mergers. They are indicators of the arrangement of nucleons of information along the merger dynamics. Potentially, it also indicates relationships to outside events in networked astrodynamics.

Concluding remarks

The collision dynamics of the Milky Way and Andromeda, our host and the closest galaxies, have brought much attention in astrophysics. According to current observations, the Triangulum galaxy accompanies these two galaxies but contributes to their course of collision to a minor degree. Unlike the Milky Way and Andromeda, the Triangulum galaxy does not appear to be hosting a supermassive black hole.

We have reflected in this article on the relationship between the holographic principle and quantum information synergism in networked astrodynamics.

The complexity and periodicity descriptors of the information flow of two colliding galaxies have been discussed. Five descriptors of galaxies' merger dynamics have been proposed:

  • Quadrupole binding frequency.
  • Polarities of the wave function.
  • Topological map.
  • Scale complexity.
  • Group periodicity.


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