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David Brown


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What is the physical meaning of M-theory?

I claim:
STEPHEN WOLFRAM CAN JUSTLY CLAIM TO BE A SERIOUS RIVAL TO ISAAC NEWTON AND ALBERT EINSTEIN.
WOLFRAM’S IDEAS ABOUT INFORMATION BELOW THE PLANCK SCALE ARE ESSENTIAL FOR EMPIRICAL PREDICTIONS FROM M-THEORY.
PARADIGM-BREAKING PHOTONS ARE TO M-THEORY AS KEPLER’S LAWS ARE TO NEWTONIAN GRAVITATIONAL THEORY.
Am I wrong?
Consider 2 hypotheses:
(1) If paradigm-breaking photons do not exist, then I am a crackpot.
(2) If paradigm-breaking photons do exist, then I am THE CRACKPOT MESSIAH.
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"But what is string theory? It may well be the only way to reconcile gravity and quantum mechanics, but what is the core idea behind it?" — Edward Witten
http://www.sns.ias.edu/~witten/papers/Unravelling.pdf
If Ed Witten is one of the greatest theoretical physicists in the history of science then why hasn’t he made any testable empirical predictions to prove the value of M-theory for experimental physics? Does M-theory describe the informational symmetries of black holes and the multiverse?
Consider some conjectures:
(1) THE MULTIVERSE IS FINITE AND DIGITAL.
(2) THERE ARE A HUGE, BUT FINITE, NUMBER OF ALTERNATE UNIVERSES.
(3) THE MAXIMUM PHYSICAL WAVELENGTH CONSISTS OF THE PLANCK-LENGTH MULTIPLIED BY THE FREDKIN-WOLFRAM CONSTANT.
Let us assume the 3 preceding conjectures (CRAZY AS THEY SOUND) for the sake of argument. Is M-theory the mathematical smoothing-out of the Fredkin-Wolfram information process that is the digital essence of the multiverse? Is M-theory the bridge between Wolfram’s mobile automaton and theoretical physics in the form of quantum field theory and general relativity theory? Do M-theorists need to incorporate the Fredkin-Wolfram constant into M-theory?
Consider the following conjecture:
The core idea behind M-theory is to mathematically unify quantum field theory and general relativity in a physically valid way using Newton’s gravitational constant, the speed of light, and the Planck length. M-theory without the Fredkin-Wolfram constant allows string-like entities to vibrate with infinitely many degrees of freedom, contrary to the way nature really works. By using the Fredkin-Wolfram information process and the Fredkin-Wolfram constant, M-theorists can embed a computational structure into the mathematically smoothed-out structure of M-theory. By using the computational structure, M-theorists can then predict the valid empirical probability distribution for paradigm-breaking photons. Additionally, M-theorists can explain dark mater, dark energy, and perhaps other cosmological phenomena.
Is the preceding a lot of crackpot nonsense? Remember this:
STEPHEN WOLFRAM RECEIVED HIS PHYSICS PHD FROM CAL TECH WHEN HE WAS 20 YEARS OF AGE.

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