Authors: Andrea Gregori
We investigate the most general "phase space" of configurations, consisting of all possible ways of assigning elementary attributes, "energies", to elementary positions, "cells". We discuss how this space possesses structures that can be approximated by a quantum-relativistic physical scenario. In particular, we discuss how the Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle and a universe with a three-dimensional space arise, and what kind of mechanics rules it. String Theory shows up as a complete representation of this structure in terms of time-dependent fields and particles. Within this context, owing to the uniqueness of the underlying mathematical structure it represents, one can also prove the uniqueness of string theory.
Comments: 73 pages.
[v1] 9 Mar 2011
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