David Brown
Registered: May 2009
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Have Mtheorists underestimated Fredkin & Wolfram?
In physical reality, are time, space, and energy secondary features derived from Wolfram’s model as described in NKS Chapter 9? Does the most fundamental feature of reality consist of signal propagation caused by an updating parameter acting upon network nodes? Does the FredkinWolfram information process serve as the unique, physically valid computational method for Mtheory?
Have Mtheorists underestimated Fredkin and Wolfram? Do Mtheorists attempt to formulate the quantum theory of gravity within quantum field theory and within the philosophy of continuous spacetime? Are Mtheorists now somewhat wrong in their thinking? Is Fredkin correct in believing that nature is finite and digital? Are Fredkin’s ideas 50% correct, 40% metaphorical, and 10% incorrect? Have Mtheorists and Fredkin made the mistake of trying to formulate a model of quantum gravity without carefully replacing time, space, and energy by more fundamental finite, digital constructions as done by Wolfram? Have Mtheorists omitted an important physical assumption that is implicit in Wolfram’s mobile automaton model of physics?
The string theorists have a theory that appears to be very beautiful, very complex, and I don’t understand it. It gives a quantum theory of gravity that appears to be consistent but doesn’t make any other predictions. … It does not make predictions that have anything to do with experiments that can be done in the laboratory or with observations that could be made in space or from telescopes.
— Sheldon Glashow
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/elegant/viewglashow.html
Consider two ideas:
(1) Criticism can identify omissions and errors.
(2) If you can’t explain your theory to a Nobel prize winner, then the problem might be with your theory and not the Nobel prize winner.
Are stringlike entities as constructed by Mtheorists really composed of continuous approximations of discrete sets of Nambutime, Nambuspace, and Nambuenergy? Do the discrete sets of Nambutime, Nambuspace, and Nambuenergy derive from Fredkin time, Fredkin distance, and Fredkin digit transitions below the Planck scale? If it is a good idea to postulate a minimum physical wavelength, then why is it not a good idea to postulate a maximum physical wavelength? Are Mtheorists now unable to make important, new predictions with their theory because they allow their stringlike entities infinitely many degrees of freedom of vibration?
Consider the FredkinWolfram law of digitized energy:
EVERY PHYSICAL CHANGE IN ENERGY IS AN INTEGRAL MULTIPLE OF THE MINIMUM POSITIVE ENERGY.
Note that there is nothing in Mtheory that guarantees the truth of the FredkinWolfram law of digitized energy — is this the fundamental reason that Mtheorists are unable to compute predictions from Mtheory?
Are theoretical physicists looking for magnetic monopoles on the wrong side of the event horizon? Are guardian magnetic monopoles on the blackhole side of the event horizon? Do guardian magnetic monopoles help to keep matter and antimatter apart? Do guardian magnetic monopoles violate Einstein’s equivalence principle and produce paradigmbreaking photons? Do paradigmbreaking photons explain the GZK paradox and prove that Fredkin and Wolfram are correct in suggesting that nature is finite and digital?
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