exoteric said:Blue Ink said:*snip*
ObservableUniverse = IObservable<Particle> :: (Particle -> ()) -> ()
EnumerableUniverse = IEnumerable<Particle> :: () -> (() -> Particle)
Let's line up the types:
(Particle -> ()) -> () <=> () <- (() <- Particle)
An enumerable universe sounds like a black hole, pulling in particles from one universe, tunnelling them through a wormhole and tossing them out the other side, into another universe.
Matter is an essential constituent, but entropy is even more fundamental. Since energy is at the heart of our observable universe, I would postulate that the dual of the universe is the dual of energy i.e.
Energy is something that cannot be created or destroyed, the dual being something that can be created and destroyed.