Matter & Information = Life
The principles are immutable, their interpretation what we want.


Chapter 1 – Structures

Without the use of information, all that exists in the universe is particles. The only reference is the elemental particle, and everything is particles. By using information, we can say that a group of elemental particles that are not the universe and are combined according to their principles are a whole unit, a system, or a structure. The collection of particles can be identified by basic points of view such as the quantity, quality, and actions among them. Thus, we have an informational reference, and we may assign limits based on these three points of view.

Chapter 2 - Disequilibrium

Matter is active throughout its entire structure, among levels and at every level. These actions create changes in one or more levels of the structure; these changes can be seen as movement, which can be considered as the operation of the structure. Actions on structures of matter are defined by the characteristics of elemental particles, their mass and charge, and then by the emergent properties of these structures, where there will be different types of actions for different groups of particles.

Chapter 3 - One Model For Nature

Structures and disequilibrium create reality. We can call it a model for reality. The model for reality or simple reality is the attribution of meaning to matter. This attribution of meaning itself is information. Now, there is also a biology model that names reality: nature; which in turn splits nature by two facts: live matter and inert matter. The facts for the living are birth, growth, reproduction and death. But under the reality model, the facts for life are structure and disequilibrium. Then what is the difference between live matter and inert matter? The main difference between live matter and inert matter is the ability to direct disequilibrium.

Chapter 4 - What Is Information?

Information is the result of informational ability. Informational ability comes from a material disequilibrium that emerges in a material structure, organisms; which in turn is able to create informational structures, living being. This process includes sub-processes perception, discrimination, accrual, comparison, and judgment. While in the material disequilibrium, elemental particles and their properties create new systems; in the informational process only properties defined in the particular truth exist: information.

Chapter 5 - Where Is The Information?

We have already said information is the result of the informational ability of living beings. This informational ability allows us to create objects that put together with our expectations or goals, create a general model, which is our philosophy. In a more graphic way, we can say that the information is a system, a photo, and the informational ability is a process that creates the movie. That movie is also information; the life that every living being creates is its nature.

Chapter 6 - Ten Basic Informational Concepts

These informational concepts we are going to see are for reference; they are first-level or second-level discriminations; they are objects or models that exit within living beings.

  1. Perfection, Homogeneity.
  2. Points of View.
  3. Logic.
  4. Structure.
  5. Cycles.
  6. Equilibrium.
  7. Measurement.
  8. Numbers and Mathematics.
  9. Time.
  10. The Information Trap.

Chapter 7 - Uses Of Information

Decision Making

The main use of information is to support informational ability, that is, making decisions to support the process of life. The living being, to meet its vital functions, requires accrued information, which enables the living being to maintain the condition that characterizes its improbable material state.


Communication is a process that allows the integration of living beings. As said, the use of information is to maintain the material integrity of the living being, the whole-parts, as stated in the decision making section, to live. But communication can be seen as the use of information to maintain the community, group of living beings, parts-whole.

Chapter 8 - Levels In Informational Ability

The smallest living being that gives rise to life has minimal informational ability. Informational ability grows according to structural and functional properties of living beings, as well as other emergent properties due to the communication processes. As mentioned, the structuring of human beings is being supplemented with external tools for managing codes, which will facilitate communication and evolution towards the living being humanity, which would have the highest level of informational ability we can conceive. In the other direction, if the minimum living being is broken, it loses its informational ability. It becomes an inert matter with no informational ability.

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