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# Does NKS Chapter 9 with M-theory and the Big Freeze explain all of physics?

Posted by: David Brown

In mathematics, the Cayley–Dickson construction, named after Arthur Cayley and Leonard Eugene Dickson, produces a sequence of algebras over the field of real numbers, each with twice the dimension (in the sense of a vector space dimension) of the previous one. The algebras produced by this process are known as '''Cayley–Dickson algebras'' — http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cayley...on_construction
We have real numbers —> complex numbers —> quaternions —> octonions —> sedonions.
Let “trf” denote time-running-forward and “trb” denote time-running-backward. What is the role of time in M-theory? What is M-theory?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M-theory
As suggested by the M-theorists, we can think of the sedonions as 4 copies of Einsteinian spacetime:
real spacetime + i-spacetime + k-spacetime + j-spacetime, where (i,j,k) are quaternion units.
Let G(Nambu-spacetime) and G(Einstein-spacetime) represent the gauge groups for Nambu quantum field theory and standard quantum field theory, respectively.
To unify physics, the M-theorists might use trf-SO(16) and trb-SO(16). By identifying pairs of real numbers with complex numbers, SO(16) and SU(8) are almost isomorphic. M-theorists like the idea of embedding U(1) X SU(2) X SU(3) into SU(5). If that idea works for physics, then SU(8) represents the Big Bang, SU(5) represents quantum field theory, and SU(3), the quark group, is naturally embedded into the factor group SU(8) / SU(5). According to f(div) theory and the FWEU timing theory, this factor group represents the Big Freeze. (***Note added 12-10-2010: In this posting "Big Freeze" means "Big Stop to the Big Bang." In other words, the established terminology for the Big Freeze assumes that the Fredkin-Wolfram constant equals infinity. I use Big Freeze to mean the Big Stop to the Big Bang based upon a finite Fredkin-Wolfram constant.***) Thus, in the Big Freeze, quark SU(3) force would be maximized and long-range electromagnetic U(1) force would be minimized.
In the Fredkin-Wolfram information process theory of M-theory with alternate universes, there are 4 basic multiverse forces:
(1) universe-restricted gravitation;
(2) multiverse antigravitation;
(3) universe-restricted (i,j,k)-electrogmagnetism;
(4) multiverse (i,j,k)-antielectromagnetism.
What else does the weird theory postulate? Real photons exiting an observable universe cause dark energy in that observable universe. Virtual photons entering an observable universe from the multiverse cause dark matter in that observable universe. The basic physical principle is Wolfram’s cosmological principle: THE MAXIMUM PHYSICAL WAVELENGTH IS THE PLANCK LENGTH TIMES THE FREDKIN-WOLFRAM CONSTANT. Wolfram’s cosmological principle allows M-theory to make many empirical predictions and to explain both dark matter and dark energy.
What else is true in the crazy theory? Nature is finite and digital. Wolfram’s mobile automaton consists of the Fredkin delivery machine and the Nambu transfer machine. Informational substrate makes Nambu digital data makes digital physical reality. The 11-dimensionald supersymmetric model is the smoothing of Nambu digital data over Nambu spacetime and Nambu energy. Why should anyone believe any of this? The answer might be space roar:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_roar .
Does space roar indicate that the % of dark matter increases over time? Does M-theory with alternate universes give a remarkably convincing explanation of dark matter and space roar?
NOTE: According to f(div) theory, SO(32) represents M-theory without alternate universes. The gauge group (matter SU(8)) X (antimatter SU(8)) represents an alternate universe pair, in which guardian magnetic monopoles keep apart matter and antimatter. Perhaps f(div) theory requires the theory of M-theory without alternate universes in order to formulate the theory of M-theory with alternate universes; the reason being that to describe the Wolframian automaton there has to be a unified field theory incorporating matter/antimatter interactions.
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What is the basic idea in all this? Nambu discovered Nambu quantum field theory, which presumably is the way to unify gravitation and quantum field theory. M-theory is the mathematical physical theory for Nambu quantum field theory, but there are too many models unless M-theorists incorporate Wolfram's cosmological principle. The Big Freeze is the way that a CPT invariant theory replaces the Einstein-Friedmann model. An increase in the % of dark matter over cosmological time explains both the Big Freeze and the space roar. The empirical evidence from the space roar makes M-theory with alternate universes and the Big Freeze into a predictive theory with at least one success.
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What is the justification for connecting Fredkin-factor with the Koide formula? There are two mutually-incompatible theoretical alternatives:
(A) Color confinement remains valid no matter how cold the universe becomes.
(B) Based upon the maximum physical wavelength, when the average temperature of the universe becomes sufficiently close to absolute zero then color confinement fails. When color confinement fails, then the entire universe instantaneously enters the Big Freeze. In the Big Freeze, the universe is split into a giant quark and a giant lepton, thus justifying a connection between Fredkin-factor and the Koide formula.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koide_formula
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_confinement
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Consider the following idea for the Big Freeze.
Color Confinement Failure Hypothesis:
If the quantum probability wave function for a proton is integrated over the entire universe, then either the expected kinetic energy for a proton is greater than the minimum positive energy in the universe or else color confinement fails on a cosmological basis.

Posted by: mdmd

Thanks for this useful clarifications