Looks like different definitions of evolution are used. I used evolution=entropy reduction, which is supposed to be universal at all fractal levels.Ted Vollers wrote: NPMR does not evolve in the sense that PMR does. Evolution is a PMR rule set aspect, not found in NPMR.
And this is consistent with NPMR being at a higher fractal level compared to PMR (superset, containing PMR) which I think is how it was shown in Tom's circle diagrams used in presentation slides.Ted Vollers wrote: It is my understanding that part of the reason for the faster time tick rate for NPMR is that much of the guidance for PMR experience comes from there and this gives an edge to NPMR necessary for 'keeping ahead' of PMR for this purpose. But also for the same purpose, the sense of time passage is not greatly different, also for the purpose of simplifying the business of guidance of PMR from within NPMR.
What's really needed is direct experience of all this stuff, otherwise, it is like studying quantum mechanics with its wave functions that you cannot touch as opposed to Newton's laws that can be experienced directly - "Well, officer, that tree just jumped in front of my car".