On Discrete Physics (Digital Philosophy/Digital Cosmology) and the Cellular Automaton: A Perfect Mathematical Deterministic Structure for Reality – as A Huge Computational Simulation

Publication Year:
2015
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arXiv Id:
1501.01373
Repository URL:
http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/11497
Author(s):
Zahedi, Ramin (A.)
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In this paper we provide an analysis and overview of some notable definitions, works and thoughts concerning discrete physics (digital philosophy) that mainly suggest a finite and discrete characteristic for the physical world, as well as, of the cellular automaton, which could serve as the basis of a (or the only) perfect mathematical deterministic model for the physical reality. In particular and as a confirmation, in the reference [37] also has been shown that all the fundamental field equations of physics, mathematically and uniquely, could be derived - where it is assumed that certain physical quantities are discrete.