Superimplicate Order

Superimplicate order or superquantum potential is a secondary layer of Implicate order hypothesized as possible by David Bohm. Bohm said there could be any number of such orders, up to an infinite series containing infinite hierarchies. Bohm suggested that, if present, some would exhibit cyclical communication behaviors, and some would not. In superimplicate hypothesis, higher implicate orders would give form to lower implicate orders which would subsequently influence the higher ones.

Synonyms:
Superquantum Potential