Hyksos wrote:Are Physical Laws physical?
Dave_Oblad » June 26th, 2016, 4:12 pm wrote:Remember, I started with a Timeless Absolute Void (Nothing)…
Braininvat » June 27th, 2016, 1:42 am wrote:In a timeless pure void, what flips on the logic process that generates spacetime?
Dave_Oblad » June 27th, 2016, 1:12 am wrote:
8. Physical Laws are an Emergent Property from the 4 Base Rules in that Reality.
Syamsu wrote:So if a universe consisting of 00 is chosen, then the response from the universe is 0. And also if a universe consisting of 10 or 01 is chosen to be, then the universe responds with 0 again, because of the boolean nature between the 0 and the 1. But if 11 is chosen, then the universe responds by adding 00, to make the totality 0 again.
Collin237 » October 19th, 2016, 3:06 pm wrote:Dave gave me a list of his threads and invited me to read them.
Dave_Oblad » June 30th, 2016, 12:16 am wrote:I also mentioned above that History may not be Static, the rules still apply to old Cells and thus can still propagate information. This information may sometimes disrupt the continuity of a World-Line Geometry for Matter. I suspect this disruption (damage) is rapidly repaired by the Rules and History pattern for that damaged World-Line. In other words: Matter has the ability to heal itself, if the damage isn't too great.
Dave wrote:Let's take the value PI. It is created by an Equation and in decimal reads 3.141592653589...etc.
Collin237 wrote:The physical universe cannot have started from only Truth.
If you actually believe that.. then explain where everything came from?
A Universe composed solely of Information is the only route that makes sense.
Collin237 wrote:There isn't an explanation. There doesn't have to be.
Collin237 wrote:Sorry to break this to you, but Quantum Informatics is just a fad, not real physics.
Are you trying to say that Quantum Mechanics is a fad? Because that is the processing under-structure for your Quantum Informatics.
Collins wrote:You can't depose a theory just by finding a replacement for it.
As far as the Hubble goes.. do you really think a multi-million dollar telescope failed due to shoddy workmanship?
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