Quantum theory is equally an epistemic (ie about information) and ontic theory (see "reality of the wavefunction" on Google Scholar). My question is about a theory that aligns with this, ie, the structure of experimentation is supported by an evolutionary step in an evolving spacetime.
I have tried to give a description of experiments as monads. The basic idea is that spacetimes are equivalent to interval domains, and therefore an evolutionary step in a universe is a domain map which is also a functor. The local environment (where all experiments are done) is a fixed category, and therefore the local map is an endomap and thus an endofunctor. The product $F \cdot F \rightarrow F$ handles the idea that repeated experiments go towards one monolith of data.
It seems quite natural to expect that we should also have a coproduct, $F \rightarrow F \cdot F$, implying that the endofunctor is also a comonad. The reason this seems very plausible to me is that we need copying. Experiments can be copied, so that other people can reproduce your results, and data can be copied in the normal sense. I just have not figured out what the exact mechanism should be for the copying natural transformation. What should that copying natural transformation be?