Each UC is fully capable of doing the job put to the material it governs.
Every UC makes decisions affecting the material it governs. (A photon’s UC, for example, decides whether to go left or right according to various optical and physical laws of the universe and its relationships with other photons.)
The more complex the UC, the more sophisticated its decision-making abilities.
The more complex the UC, the more opportunities it has to exercise free will.
Most UCs perform as expected—they “do their part,” they “work according to plan.”
Every UC has the free will to fulfill or contradict its responsibilities.
UCs are social and additive in number—they tend to work together in harmony with others like themselves.
All UCs of the same level of complexity are linked laterally to one another in common purpose.
The more UCs of the same level of complexity that are laterally linked, the greater their shared perception of here and now.
All UCs aggregate hierarchically under more complex UCs.
The degree to which any UC comprehends the universe is dependent upon the complexity of its aggregate UCs.
Distribution of UCs is hierarchical—the more complex the UC, the fewer instances of it exist.
Life forms consist of the aggregated UCs of the material forming their bodies, plus the governing UC of self-awareness.
The more complex the organism, the more UCs it possesses.
Each functional organ system within the organism possesses its own UC that governs that organ.
God’s mind is the most complex UC of all, consisting of all potential as well as actual UCs of our universe, plus its own metaversal omniscience.
As complex systems die and disintegrate, their aggregated UCs are released from the responsibility of supporting that particular life or material instantiation and revert to their simpler states of molecular consciousness.