Friday, November 11, 2016

Here is a great thought experiment

Let's make two assumptions.  The All is really a large collection of the smallest finite things with  no empty space. The second assumption is an AI being which spits out a better theory than we humans have.

You ask It: What are the rules of physics with such an assumption
It says: You get equipatition meaning the tiniest finite thing will organize in bunches, some having fermion stats and some having boson.
It further says: The bundles will interact such that a theory of tops spinning and waves raveling is a nearly sufficient description of the All theory of operation.

OK, my question. How should the physicists proceed?  Just try and ram bundles of vacuum  into each other? Or work the combinatorics that would have generated the It?

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