Book of Order

On Fire

Reflecting on a fire and watching a tree get taken apart in the opposite pattern that put it together, we see the link between creation, preservation, destruction and redemption. The pattern by which the tree is assembled and the fire burns also governs the growth of our physical form and it common to all life.

1st Law of Thermodyanmics: Conservation

Matter and Energy are neither created nor destroyed... By corollary, all things evolve from the combination and recombination of stardust and starlight, exclusively through processes of addition and subtraction.Along with a few very simple rules governing which operation to apply in a given circumstance, the only two mathematics operations at play in the univrersal calculation of existence are addition and subtraction.

Systems, Open and Closed

Definition between the two types of systems in thermodynamics and what distinguishes them: Closed systems do not allow for the dissipation of Pressure/Volume, Temperature/Entropy or velocity. In compliment, open systems can dissipate heat and energy.

2nd Law of Thermodynamics

In a closed system, because no component of the systems can drop in Pressure/Volume, Temperature/Entropy or Velocity, Entropy, the measure of disorder or simplicity of a system will always increase and all changes within these theoretical confines will lead to resultants less complex and more energetic than the original participants.

The Second Law of Thermodynamics for Open Systems

The Universe is an Open System

Ideal laws, thermodynamic models and isolated systems aren't very relavent when considering the dynamics of the universe. The most commonly misinterpretted concept in the thermodynamics in the second law which states that "In a closed system, Entropy is always increasing." This rule is commonly misunderstood because we falsely assume that this means that the Universe is a closed system. The Universe is an open system and the increase or decrease in entropy of a system depends directly on whether energy in entering or leaving the system.


We draw on game theory to understand how simple, finite sets of rules can produce evermore complex outcomes and how individuals operating under a limited set of rules will create complex trends in collective behavior.


Gravity and electromagnetism interplay to create information systems of different scales throughout the universe.

The Principle of Order

1) The Universe is an Open System 2) In an Open System, Thermodynamic potential will tend to decrease 3) If thermodynamic potential decreases sufficiently such as to allow for state change, the result of this change will be of a more complex/compound nature than the original participants Taking these three ideas together, we see a compound logic arise that mandates an increase in order and a tendency toward greater complexity.

The Consequences of Complexity

Equilibrium of Complexity, Fragility and Entropy

The Secret of the Universe


Thermodynamics, Number Theory and The Goilden Ratio
Creation, Evolution and the Golden Rule
Theory of Order
Why Fibonacci and Gibonacci sequences appear everywhere in nature,
and how simple combinatoric math can describe how a Universe with simple beginnings evolved into a complex form