Presentation 2022-08-02
Low Noise Environment Generates Non Linear Evolution
Kumon Tokumaru,
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Abstract(in English) The evolution of life occurs suddenly after mass extinction. Lives who survived mass extinction period with mutation, evolved surprisingly implementing complicated information processing by utilizing S/N gain provided by low noise environment when environment is restored. Thus, the nucleus of eukaryotes, the ventricle of vertebrates, and the uterus of embryonic mammals have been linked to intracellular symbiosis, sensorimotor integration, and herd life, respectively. It is plausible that human phoneme sharing began 72 thousand years ago with click consonants in the winter of the Tova volcanic ash. It began in a quiet and safe low-noise environment of gigantic sandstone caves in the southern coast of the African continent, and the digital evolution of language and intelligence started.
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Keyword(in English) Digital Linguistics / Phoneme Sharing / Click Consonants / Thermodynamic Entropy / Saltative Evolution / Mass Extinction / S/N Gain / Mutation
Paper # NLP2022-26
Date of Issue 2022-07-26 (NLP)

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Committee NLP
Conference Date 2022/8/2(1days)
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Chair Akio Tsuneda(Kumamoto Univ.)
Vice Chair Hiroyuki Torikai(Hosei Univ.)
Secretary Hiroyuki Torikai(Sojo Univ.)
Assistant Yuichi Yokoi(Nagasaki Univ.) / Yoshikazu Yamanaka(Utsunomiya Univ.)

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Registration To Technical Committee on Nonlinear Problems
Language JPN
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Title (in English) Low Noise Environment Generates Non Linear Evolution
Sub Title (in English) The Evolution of Complexity in Living Organism and the Phoneme Sharing of Humans
Keyword(1) Digital Linguistics
Keyword(2) Phoneme Sharing
Keyword(3) Click Consonants
Keyword(4) Thermodynamic Entropy
Keyword(5) Saltative Evolution
Keyword(6) Mass Extinction
Keyword(7) S/N Gain
Keyword(8) Mutation
1st Author's Name Kumon Tokumaru
1st Author's Affiliation Independent Researcher(Researcher)
Date 2022-08-02
Paper # NLP2022-26
Volume (vol) vol.122
Number (no) NLP-143
Page pp.pp.1-6(NLP),
#Pages 6
Date of Issue 2022-07-26 (NLP)