Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Prime Numbers and the Structures of the Universe of Codes

Authors: Andrea Gregori

We discuss how, within the framework of a previously introduced theoretical scenario proposing the equivalence of the physical quantum relativistic universe and the universe of logical/numerical codes, prime numbers play a key role as base blocks of physical structures. They constitute a kind of ``free states'' of a representation of physics alternative to the usual field-theoretical one, based on plane waves. As such, they can be useful in addressing problems which in the traditional approach are difficult to solve, or even to phrase. In particular, we discuss the relation between the scaling of certain physical quantities, and the distribution of prime numbers.

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[v1] 2014-01-17 02:48:42

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