History and Philosophy of Physics


The Universe as a Computer Philosophical Speculations on Additional Similarities.

Authors: Tariq Khan

“And when I have understanding of them, I shall have understanding of computers. And when I have understanding of computers, I shall be the Supreme Being!” --Time Bandits Here it is as if our Universe "pulls the curtain" to prevent any observer from seeing a processing "abort" or "runtime error" or, in essence, the processing might stop and we have our information washed out into a black hole boundary – or perhaps our Universe simply crashes behind the curtain of the black hole. It is as if the Universe cannot keep-up, so it removes all those relationships and removes it from the "video screen" of any possible observer. It throws up a boundary curtain - an event horizon of a black hole. But we remain consistent and there exists no "beyond" our Universe's processor rate capability...... In essence, this could provide the "why" answer to the existence of a constant speed of light as it might literally represent the maximum limit or rate that our Universe boundary can process changes in information related to the state and relationships of every particle and wormhole (quantum entanglement). In short, the fastest that our 2-D holographic boundary can process this "information" (that is measured by an observer, so it must be consistent) is the speed of light.

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