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Recorded System Model
Postcognition is the psychical influence of an objective environment termed the universal information system capable of storing, retaining, and recalling information pertaining to the past states of objects, and events.
I postulate that the method utilized by experients of postcognitive phenomena is comprehensible via the convergence of the mechanics and laws pertaining to the universal information system, or Nature, and the experient.
I assume that the universal information system provides one of the core functions of reality, that of information retention and record. I assume this universal information system provides unification across diverse information types into one system encompassing an array of information such as visual, auditory, spatial, chronological, and many other types of information.
I assume it also provides a level of abstraction, which is necessary to organize information into records and directories. I assume the system is dependent upon a declarative subsystem, which encodes information pertaining to objective fact systematically for storage in its long-term memory or information storage.
I have postulated that the systems information is encoded by one region of this subsystem, but the information may be consolidated and stored elsewhere.
I also believe that this declarative subsystem consists of two major divisions including episodic, referring to information for specific events in time, and semantic, referring to information pertaining to the functions and laws of the system and of reality.
In addition, I assume that the universal information systems probabilistic subsystem analyzes such stored information in order to anticipate the potential trajectories of deterministic and non-deterministic objects and events.
(Adapted from the book “Clairvoyance: A Quantum Approach” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)