The theoretical solution: The equation of change experience and Heide’s constant

Heide’s constant decides when the equation of change experience replaces classical mechanics.

(This article contains an analysis of the consequences of globalization for the human cognition and an operational strategy for the handling of these)

The equation of change experience (X≠X) = (X=X) formalizes infinite unique probability-driven mixes of non-deterministic change and deterministic standstill as the DNA of all experience. The processing body must be inserted in the equation, concretely or as a virtual representation, for the equation to function according to intention.

Heide’s constant determines when it is necessary to apply the equation of change experience instead of classical mechanics as the basis of a mutually inclusive system of simultaneous measurement and calculation of deterministic local effects and indeterministic global effects entangled.

The constant states:

The equation of change experience replaces classical mechanics when the sum of all global effects of all local actions (B) is larger than the sum of all local effects of all local actions (A).

When the sum of all global effects of all local actions (B) is larger than the sum of all local effects of all local actions (A), the global effects of local actions (B) transforms the experience of deterministic local reality (A) into an experience of a global probability field with both deterministic properties and indeterministic properties disabling the interdependent and exclusively deterministically rooted functionalities of respectively classical mechanics and quantum mechanics. To sustain the objectively determined position of observation required to perform quantum mechanical calculations and measurements, the positioning system of the equation of change (see: map of the world as change) supersedes classical mechanics, hence preserving the functional application of quantum mechanics and our analytical and manipulative access to the fundamental dynamics and properties of nature when the domain of classical mechanics collapses into indeterminism.

Heide’s constant is also – as a kind greeting to the physics concepts and mathematical methods of the 20th century – called “Planck reversed”, because it is installed on a macroscopic threshold somewhat identical to the calculative threshold (as determined by Plank’s constant) between the quantum dynamical micro-universe (B1) and the pre-historic local reality (A1) in which the global effects of local actions (B) did not exceed the local effects of local actions (A).

Note that Heide’s constant, in a radicalized interpretation, can replace Planck’s constant completely, rendering both classical mechanics and quantum mechanics and their respective physical domains functionally superfluous and unify these domains into one universe subject exclusively to the method of measurement of the equation of change experience. This position is investigated thoroughly in “lærebog i rumtidsmekanik” (currently only published in Danish).

The equation of change experience only works as an acting post of objective observation, if the body is inserted into the equation as the paradoxical mutually inclusive function of change and standstill and the body’s position in the equation as a scale of change experience is determined.
The philosopher presents his revolutionary constant and the corresponding equation of change experience in the three-dimensional form of two wooden sticks enabling the body to enter the equation: the event horizons of respectively change and standstill defining an infinite scale of potential experiences of mixes of change and standstill.
The original whiteboard drawing.