TUCSON (A-P) — Our grasp of Kepler's vision of the spheres, the planets, may be too limited to hear the music in our mind's ear. There are spheres other than those planets form—systems of subsystems:
Unosphere: Existence, reality (quantum and hadronic, energy and matter), aka
Nature, the universe—of which we know little more than that it exists, the 10% bit we call the visible universe.
Spaciotemposphere: Deep space between and containing galaxies.
Spaciosphere: Three dimensional space, finite yet unbounded.
Time, starting 13.8 billion years ago.
Galaxies, clustered, about 2 trillion.
Interstellospheres: Space containing stars forming galaxies.
Blackospheres: If the unosphere was created, perhaps it was to make blackholes.
Solar systems, maybe 10e23.
Swarm of bodies that do not clear their orbit by sweeping up
Planets, perhaps more than there are solarspheres, each of which
have environment and power. Planets are energized. Not all have all possible
Energysphere: Power energizing a planet.
Environment, the energized matter of a planetary system.
Crust to core system
Lithosphere: Ridgid shell system
Hydrosphere: Watery system
Magnetic sphere around planets with molten cores.
Life, possibly limited to planets with water (liquid).
Species that only transmit information chemically to posterity.
Cultural transmission of information memeticly to posterity.
Individuals who form new memes, learners.
i. Inquiry ii. Creativity iii. Doubt
Society of meme transmitting individuals living communally.
Material/energy acquisition social subsystem. ii. Politicoreligiosphere:
Social control subsystem. iii. Noösphere:
Social, shared information subsystem.
Visosphere: Visual arts
Kinetosphere: Movement arts
Linguasphere (aka cognosphere): Concepts expressible in language.
1. Chatosphere: Unvetted claims, spoken or typed, chat and cant.
a. Tavern talk b. Social media c. Media: Claims about recent to current history as likely stories recorded on shared media. d. Intelligentsia: Provide social control narratives.
2. Academosphere: Academy vetted concepts.
a. Number: Systems of tautology.
b. Philosophy: Concepts about thinking.
Philosophy of existence (the Many)
Philosophy of non-existence (the One, the Not-two)
c. Social narrative: SYSTEM serving concepts for intelligentsia training. d. Narrative: Coherent, cogent storytelling.
Mythology: Explanatory fiction endeavoring to metaphorically inform.
Literature: Written storytelling arts.
Poetry: Lyrature in which the medium is much of the information.
Prose: Sequential storytelling.
History: Most likely stories about the unobservable recent past.
Science: The endeavor to tell the most likely stories.
Atmospherics: Study of atmosphere
Hydrospherics: Study of the water world
Geospherics: Study of geology
Biospherics: Study of systems ecology
Biology of organisms
Ecology of organisms
Other unospheres—conjectured, unverifiable, may be part of supersphere.
Supersphere: Non-existence, the supernatural, the unreal, an artifact of concept forming mind.
Note: The above is not a conceptology, but an attempt to parse the "what-is" as is. Galaxies are, solar systems are, planets are, social control systems are... The unosphere is the One, everything else is the Many as the mind parses it. The politicoreligiosphere is not the study of politics and organized religion (politicology), but references the control system in a society that may pursue peace or wage war to commit empire building with or without anyone thinking about it. Ecolacy is the study of a social control system based on an ecocentric understanding of natural law rather than humancentric politics or religion as-usual. All concepts, all "studies of" are part of the information sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-subsystem, the highest to be valued product of human endeavor (not the Pyramids,... —not even smartphones or cars). The deeper down the subsystem, the more difficult and rarer. Note that eco-nomics and politicology, the deepest level, are among the least fully-formed sciences (most in need of new concepts/names) as objective understanding of these areas requires the greatest freedom form self-interest and the ideological narratives that dominate the chatosphere. Today's SYSTEM serving social narratives (ideologically tainted?) within academia will not be listed; sufficient to note that at 17th century Oxford, theology was a SYSTEM serving social narrative, though at the time few, with the possible exception of a court jester, could openly say so..