June 19th 2020

When asked about the universe, its origin, and life in general, what comes to mind? The answer has fathomed scientist, theologians, philosophers and man for decades. I can go from the philosophical standpoint of being like, I am a Copt, here is what I believe. You and me, could go back and forth discussing what is truth, and all that. However, this isn’t the point of this post. I want to look at the question of, “a universal theorem of everything”. The whole universe and how it is tied in general is that of a physics standpoint. We are at the dawn of age of exploration really, and still mankind has a question on what unifies nature itself.

- The universe as we see it is infinitely expanding, meaning technological capabilities are becoming statistically improbable.
- If supposed simulation makes the universe simulatable enough for the illusion of it constantly expanding then this is still statistically improbable
- To simulate a single biological system would take computational power that doesn’t exist technologically in our planet today. This includes consciousness and all that.
- The computational power of a simulation would likely require a computer much bigger then the sun, our own galaxy, etc., technology improbable to exist, and a series of paradoxes.
- Given the mathematical nature of all things, simulation theory seems less capable of being both regressional and consistent.

The fact that a universe can be simulated but people have consciousness and free will makes no sense from a philosophical standpoint. If we are free willed beings, and the universe is supposed to be simulated as of a video game, what would be the point? Why would a super intelligent species capable of annihilating each other want to offload currently impossible computational power to simulate something just for the sake of it? If life isn’t just a video game after all, I would doubt us humans are that entertaining to a civilization that far off advanced.

*pandeism*. Now don’t get me wrong, I like his blog, he is a great comic, no disrespect there. Also, I’m not questioning his views on being right or wrong. He stated himself, “The description of reality in God’s Debris isn’t true, as far as I know, but it’s oddly compelling.” It is a thought experiment, not meant to be taken seriously as far as I understand. Think of Mensa meetings. That being said, in my mind it isn’t a scientifically useful thought experiment because:

- It is a hypothetical paradox not beneficial to the physicist’s quest of understand the universe’s origin.
- It doesn’t answer any big questions

From an exploratory perspective, I see where he is coming from if you look at raw entertainment value. However, still it reminds me of philosophers discussing things just for the sake of discussion. It is meant to be thought provoking and entertaining at best, but for someone as serious as me, I rather sit discussing the errors of simulation theory w/ George Hotz if given the chance.

He looks at causal relationships, hierarchical rules, and deeply related patterns. Essentially, he is trying to establish a certain mathematical code for things, and represent various aspects of space, classical mechanics, quantum physics, and nature. It is basically the establishment of a programming language that can represent all these aspects of the universe the physicist are looking for. Eventually, he seems like he wants to find an underlining rule of everything. This is something I also am trying to do w/ a similar approach.

If something existed before the origin point of the universe and time itself, logically it doesn’t have to be bound to said creation. Therefore, it is illogical that something existing before the universe’s origin point has to be bound by the laws of said universe.

We are all mathematical code and the “same said pattern” is just at randomized frequencies. Imagine if after the origin point of the universe, a continuous mathematical code found in everything was just reoccurring and said code literally is just the holy grail of all what Quantum physicist been searching for. An actual theory of everything that is just described by a single derived mathematical equation. This is still considered less of a popular opinion then is should be, as many physicist don’t think we are there where you can manifest everything with just one equation.”

Now in response to someone questioning the uncertainty principle in relation to a unified theory of everything, I stated,

If you are able to statistically represent particle positions and momentum as randomized frequencies then you should be able to derive a way to figure out electron position and velocity to high degree of accuracy.

That being said, even if you weren’t able to do a statistical representation, you can still find a way to model them as variables in said equation.

Now that we went over this discussion, I wanted to discuss my proposition of things and of the universe.

**Proposal #1: QSOPR Theorem: Quantum Similarity Origin Point References**

The view that DNA and biological life has an algorithmic design, among with the view of the mathematical representations regarding Quantum similarity, object set references, computational proof theory, and complexity algorithms leads to the introduction of Quantum Similarity Origin Point References or QSOPR Theorem in general.

**Proposal #2: MDQBT: Multi-Dimensional Quantum Breakpoint Theorem**

**Proposal #3: QSICT: Quantum Simulated Informational Consciousness Theory**

That being said, I think eventually humanity is getting closer to answering the big questions. We are deriving computational breakthroughs that will answer beyond many things that have baffled man over and over. It may be both exciting and scary what the future will hold or what is set out to be entirely proven.