What do yin-yang and the Lorenzian butterfly in chaos have in common? The outside perspective. Only by going very far outside - beyond the end of the world - do certain aspects of the world become intelligible. The computer makes it possible today to go after the interface. What does the world look like if you are an internally chaotic part? Is the world just a difference, an interface, a forcing function? Is it possible to identify those features which exist only from the inside? How far does the meta-unmaskability go? Is quantum mechanics a virtual reality? Can the micro-interface be manipulated? Such questions are tackled in this fascinating book.
Anaxagoras' idea of the infinitely exact chaos; how chaotic is the universe?; a possible explanation of quantum mechanics; endophysics - physics from within; name-giving - a letter from David Finkelstein; endophysics; explicit observers; the endo approach; Boscovich covariance; can there be two chains of causality?; the golden thread of paradise - an implication of the causally interpreted Everett-Bell theory; into the same rivers we step and step not, we are the same and we are not - on the origin of the now.