teh big bang theory
well this does seem like the right place... ahem...
teh big bang theory
yet another big bang theory. this paper sets out the argument that the big bang was not the beginnings of expansion, but of increasingly complex division of the universe. Further, the physical properties of the universe are emergent properties of data encoding (pattern-forming) potential in high count natural number sets.
this is not a simulation argument, it is a naturally-occurring-stellar-scale Conway's Game argument.
The universe is expressed by (or an expression of) number: The movement of time is counting the sum total of the universe into increasingly smaller fractions of 1. This in turn requires an increasingly large set of natural numbers.
or: the universe is an expression of the number count we represent in standard English as 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13... all the way through to 10tothepower40960000000000000000000 or whatever number we’d be at now if time was just an upward count from 1, or a downward count derived from 1 being divided into increasingly finer fractions.
the universe is expressing or an expression of the numbers 1 to (1/∞-1)
Universe/Time = 1/(∞-1)
space, energy and mass are emergent properties of the pattern coding potential of high count numbers: 10 to many powers at a guess.
this pattern encoding is expressed at higher magnitude powers of number in objects interacting through a polydimensional space
if the hypothesis is correct, there should be correlations between:
a) data encoding potential of number at increasingly higher counts
b) early energy proto-particle interactions and anomolies in experiments such as those being conducted at the LHC.
specifically there would be anomolies indicating that the size ratio between us and early particles was slowly changing over time.
i predict that the smallest particles would very slowly be getting bigger, relative to us over time, as we both became smaller relative to the universe at different rates.
further, the rate at which our size changes relative to protoparticles will be a function of the rate of expansion of the universe.
The universe is 1 thing.
At the instant of the big bang the only bit of data available is: universe = +1
There hadn’t been enough time to express any greater complexity
If time divides the universe into 2 discreet sets (the bit that is here now and the bit that is here then) then the potential complexity is doubled
The more the universe is divided by time, the more complexity it is possible to express
Dimensions become possible, even necessary, as ways for the fractions of the universe to interact as they are separated (they must retain their 1 whole, or it ain’t the universe is it?)
As the universe divides into finer and finer fractions, it becomes increasingly possible for the fractions to interact in increasingly complex patterns
Dimensions emerge as a result of the increasing complexity
Sets of fractions group together, finding efficiency in behaving as discreet sets within larger sets
The fundamental interactions emerge.
O'Connor, T., ‘Emergent Properties’ American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 31, No. 2 (Apr., 1994), pp. 91-104, University of Illinois Press on behalf of North American Philosophical Publications [Stable URL: //www.jstor.org/stable/20014490 ]
//www.edge.org/3rd_culture/lloyd2/lloyd2_p2.html (this second is just an example of the potential for data coding. it treats the hydrogen atom as the only data points, for this thesis every quantum co-ordinate point is also a data point denoting existence of that point at a single point in a single dimension.)
our universe began when something crossed the event horizon of a black hole. at that point time stopped for the something, but its dimensions began to stretch. the only thing we can know from our perspective is that is was something.
in our reality, we experience this as time (and other 'higher' dimensions) being stretched in a stable set of physical dimensions
the other important impkication is that the particles produced at the LHC are discreet sets of fractions of parts of the universe. we can never know the exact fraction they are due to the ongoing count of time.
we can know what fractions they are relative to us but this ratio will be changing over time, how fast i don't know (although i'm hoping it's real slow lmao)
i postulate that the Higgs' Boson is the difference between what we can know about a particle (relative to us) and what we can't know (relative to the universe)
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