Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

Is the Space Roar an Empirical Proof that the Inflaton Field Exists?3

Authors: David Brown

ABSTRACT: What is dark energy and why does it exist? What is dark matter and why does it exist? Assume that the monster group and the 6 pariah groups enable M-theory to have a computational method. Wolfram’s mobile automaton might use Fredkin-Wolfram information below the Planck scale to create approximations to quantum field theory and general relativity theory. Is there some decisive way of testing this seemingly crackpot theory? CONJECTURE 1: The universe has a maximum physical wavelength if and only if the Space Roar Profile Prediction is empirically valid. CONJECTURE 2: The multiverse operates according to Wolfram’s mobile automaton if and only if the alleged Fernández-Rañada-Milgrom effect is empirically valid. CONJECTURE 3: Superpartners occur in nature if and only nature is infinite. CONJECTURE 4: The space roar is empirical evidence that the inflaton field occurs in nature. Photons and gluons never escape from a measurable universe into the interior of the multiverse. Gravitons travel at the speed of light on average. A statistically few gravitons travel slightly slower than the speed of light and thereby generate the Fernández-Rañada-Milgrom effect. A statistically few gravitons travel slightly faster than the speed of light and escape from a measurable universe into the interior of the multiverse; the escape process generates both the nonzero cosmological constant and the inflaton field. CONJECTURE 5: M-theory has a satisfactory computational method if and only nature is finite.

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