What Is A System?
According to Google, a system is a set of things acting together as parts of a functional machine or an interconnecting network; a complex whole.
According to the second law of Thermodynamics, total entropy in the universe cannot decrease.
According to this text, bold phrases are writer’s axioms.
Bold words: These words are overridden, please ignore your previous notions regarding them.
function (action): Any event that decreases the local entropy around a limited space-time by producing at least same amount of entropy elsewhere simultaneously.
program: A system that has at least one function.
machine: System of programs.
Then, Google’s definition can be rewritten as:
system: Set of things functioning together as parts of a functional system of programs, or an interconnecting network; a complex whole.
The part after or the return case of this recursive definition, which holds extreme importance.
How Simple Things Become Complex as Whole
And What Is An Interconnecting Network?
Let’s imagine a particle, so special that it does not interact with any other particle in the existence. How would one prove that such a particle exists?
Short answer, it can’t be done. We cannot prove something that is not intractable exists.
On the other hand, everything that has interacted with a system forms a temporary, more complex system as a whole for an instant.
If the thing that interacts with the system becomes a part of that system, this complexity survives beyond the first interaction.
This is same for any two intractable foundation blocks as well. The moment there is interaction, there is a system.
The moment there is three intractable foundation blocks in a system, you have an interconnecting network. Network of interactions among those blocks.
Robustness: The tendency for a system to descent into a local dynamic equilibrium.
Adaptation: A function of a system that increases its robustness.
Learning: The process of adaptation.
Fear: A brute-force learning that forces a system to avoid certain functions.
Communication: The relation in-between and among systems.
Love: Process of distinct systems adapting to each other for the lack of fear.
All systems are circumstantial and relative.