X-Message-Number: 18449 Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 22:24:39 +0000 From: Philip Rhoades <> Subject: Re: CryoNet #1843 simulation References: <> Yvan said: > Message #18447 > From: > Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 04:16:51 EST > Subject: Re: CryoNet #1843 simulation > > --part1_114.ba1cefb.298a6583_boundary > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit . . . > Time (and space) are quantized. The unit is the so called Planck's > time, it > is the time taken by light to travel one unit of Planck's length, that > is > something as: 1.6 x 10^-33 cm (near 10^-33 inch). This unit is defined > as the > square root of hG/c^3 > Where: h is the reduced Planck's constant, G the Newton's constant of > gravitation and c the velocity of ligth in space. The planck's time is > near > 10^-43 second, so you can think of the world as a motion picture with > 10^43 > pictures per second. > > To simulate the Universe (ten billion light years in radius for ten > billion > years) you need 10^244 Planck's cubes ( One Planck's unit for each > dimension > in space and time). This could be run by a quantum computer with a 813 > bits > word in a single computation cycle, something as a billionth of a > second. > This illustrates the potential power of quantum computers and the > effect of > state superposition in quantum mechanics. > > Well, a classical question at that level is: How a computer in our > universe > can simulate that universe? The answer is that our universe (and the > simulated one) are Four dimensional *and* monolinear. The computing > space > inside the computer is two dimensional *and* 813 times multilinear. > > If there was some quantum computers in the simulated universe, each > would add > 813 multi-linearities to the computational space, not a problem as the > multi-linearity may expands up to the infinite. Does this still hold true if time/space has much more than four dimensions (super strings etc)? > Yvan Bozzonetti. Phil. -- Philip Rhoades Pricom Pty Limited (ACN 003 252 275) GPO Box 3411 Sydney NSW 2001 Australia Mobile: +61:0411-185-652 Fax: +61:2:8923-5363 E-mail: -- Please note new address!! Rate This Message: http://www.cryonet.org/cgi-bin/rate.cgi?msg=18449