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A Few Simple Constraints. It\'s all in the definition
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Basic Physics or Wolfram versus Einstein, Podolsky, Rosen, Bell, Schrödinger, Bohr, Heisenberg, Planck, Born, Minkowski, Schwarzschild, Misner, Thorne, Wheeler, …

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A Few Simple Constraints

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It\'s all in the definition…

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Wolfram\'s Alternatives Cellular Automota Networks Multidimensional Substitution Systems Mobile Automota Multiway Systems

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Thermodynamics The principal law of thermodynamics says you can\'t win. (Protection of mass-vitality) The second law says you can\'t make back the initial investment. (Entropy can never diminish  reversible procedures must have no adjustment in entropy )

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Wolfram Inconsistencies Demands a clarification for why the 2 nd law of thermodynamics must be valid, however will acknowledge 1 st law. Will dispose of cell automata that damage reversibility, however not those that abuse the 2 nd law.

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Conserved Quantities Demonstrates frameworks that preserve different components. Cell automata ought to just be considered models – preserved amounts can be viewed as mass-vitality, 4-force, lepton number, and so forth. (Electron number is not monitored!) Does not show frameworks that save more than one component at once, e.g., mass-vitality and 4-force.

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Nature of Space Do not befuddle Wolfram\'s limitation to just consider frameworks with three associations with Wolfram asserting that these are the main frameworks conceivable.

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Relationship of Space and Time If universe is truly a versatile automata, we don\'t have to summon an expert clock to monitor time. Every hub sees changes since last visit as happening at the same time. This predicts essentially distinctive results than exceptional relativity, yet it\'s stand out illustration!

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Sequencing of Events Considers a few kind of substitution frameworks. Initially substitution: the primary conceivable substitution is utilized. All substitution: every single conceivable substitution are utilized. Arbitrary substitution: of every conceivable substitution, one is picked indiscriminately. What does arbitrary mean in this connection?

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Sequencing of Events Investigates rules where varying requests of substitution don\'t deliver diverse causal systems to manage absence of a worldwide clock. These standards additionally have an idea of synchronization that varies from unique relativity.

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Uniqueness and Branching in Time Wolfram\'s multiway framework just about matches the numerous universes translation of quantum mechanics. More ways prompting a state increment the quantity of universes encountering that state.

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Evolution of Networks Uses a LRU calculation Addresses tie-breaking clashes by analyzing decides that are request autonomous

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Space, Time and Relativity Fundamental idea of relativity is that the universe can be isolated into five segments, with respect to an occasion Time-like past Light-like past Space-like Light-like future Time-like future

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Space, Time and Relativity Wolfram\'s causal systems partition the universe into three segments, in respect to an occasion Events that brought on this occasion (specifically or by implication) Events that are free of this occasion (may have regular causes or impacts) Events created by this occasion (straightforwardly or by implication)

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Space, Time and Relativity Nearby means occasions that can be come to in a little number of jumps If one considers something a meter away to be adjacent, then little means ≤ 10 35 If two occasions isolated by a second to be close-by, then little means ≤ 10 43 EPR sets may then be considered to have a wormhole between them! (This is not the average understanding.)

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Space, Time and Relativity An inexact meaning of relative synchronization can be built by: Picking an occasion that concurrence will be characterized with respect to. (Occasion A) Choosing an occasion far later on of occasion A. (Occasion B) Finding all occasions that are the same number of jumps from occasion B as occasion A. These occasions rough synchronization in respect to occasion A. None of these occasions can bring about or be created by A. As occasion B approaches an endless number of bounces from occasion A, this estimation approaches genuine relative concurrence.

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Elementary Particles Hand-waving and depending on power Provides some abnormal state intriguing ideas, yet demonstrates no chance to get of investigating them – even in the notes Mentions loads of specialized subtle elements that have been inferred by others, apparently to suggest that every one of them can be clarified by his model

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Gravity Discusses a few conceivable geometries, yet principally more hand waving Still turns to tensors in the notes Does have the reliable impact that his basic molecule hypothesizes would normally infer bending of space-time

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Quantum Phenomena Suggests that quantum marvels are deterministic so as to clarify essential results, appears to repudiate hand-waving on rudimentary particles

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EPR Pairs His answer for EPR sets appears to include a virtual wormhole between sets – this abuses the standard hypothesis which proposes that no data can be imparted "quicker than light" with these sets

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Bell\'s Inequalities Seems to trust that tests damaging Bell\'s imbalances are defective Closely identified with quantum registering

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