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TRL Least Action Principle Engineering. A Critical Tool For Decision Making. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030

Ramesh Chandra Bagadiunconfirmed user (Physics, Engineering Mechanics, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin)

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TRL Least Action Principle Engineering. A Critical Tool For Decision Making. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030.

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TRL Least Action Principle Engineering. A Critical Tool For Decision Making. (Universal Engineering Series). ISSN 1751-3030.

Author:
Ramesh Chandra Bagadi
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One can note that any Aspect of concern with ‘Normalized True Life’ of (X) and ‘Normalized True Redundancy’ of (1-X), has a Complementary Aspect with ‘Normalized True Life’ of (1-X) and ‘Normalized True Redundancy’ of (X).

One can also note that if we Causally Evolve {down the Ambient Space-Time Recursional Field Intensity Gradient Function along (Possibly) both ways of the Prime Metric and Reverse Prime Metric of Recursion Scheme of Time and/ it’s Complementary Recursion Scheme, respectively} ‘(Normalized) True Life’ and ‘(Normalized) True Redundancy’ of the Aspect of concern, we can Note that, irrespective of the ‘Starting Initial Value’ of ‘Normalized True Life’ (X) relative to Starting Initial Value of ‘Normalized True Redundancy’ (1-X), the Value of ‘Normalized True Life’ reaches the Value of ‘Normalized True Redundancy’ {if X were greater than (1-X), initially to begin with} and also eventually Supersedes it and keeps increasing till the Aspect becomes a Aspect Life Universe, in a Closed Environment (A Closed Environment implies no interference from Universes External to the Universe where the Aspect is prevailing).

One can also Compute ‘How Soon’ this (‘Such Convergence’) can happen for any ‘Delta Of Local Causality Prime Metric’ for a ‘Delta Value’ of ‘Space-Time’ of concern. Therefore, using this one can ‘Make Decisions’ that initially, ‘Hopefully’ and ‘Possibly Start’ with Relatively Higher Value(s) of ‘Normalized True Life’ relative to ‘Normalized True Redundancy’ for an Aspect of concern, and ‘Keep Making Decisions’, that always increase the ‘Normalized True Life’ of the Aspect of concern, as this is the path to Evolve to become the Aspect Life Universe. This can be also called as the ‘Least Action Principle Engineering’.

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